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dc.contributor.advisormajor: Speech, Pathology and Audiology
dc.contributor.authorMisey, Anne
dc.description.abstract75 people participated in an online survey regarding their beliefs on a variety of health factors. Rational Choice Theory was utilized to create the hypothesis that college females will value health factors that affect their personal appearance for the social benefits of attractiveness over other factors. The survey was sent to college-age females via list-serves. It was discovered that there is an association between how much these students care about what others think about them and how much they care about their visible health.en_US
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dc.titleVisible and Invisible Health Factors in College Femalesen_US

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