Compiled by Fiona Ann Papps, PhD
Department of Psychology
Macquarie University
and posted by permission of the compiler on March 15, 2002.

Cash, Dawson, Davis, Bowen, & Galumbeck, C.
Effects of cosmetic use on the physical attractiveness and body image on American college women.
The Journal of Social Psychology, 129(3), 349-355. (1989)
(shows men respond more favourably to women wearing some makeup as opposed to no makeup).

Cash, Thomas F; Rissi, John; Chapman, Rees.
Not just another pretty face: Sex roles, locus of control, and cosmetics use.
Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. Vol 11(3) Sep 1985, 246-257.

Cash, Thomas F; Wunderle, James M.
Self-monitoring and cosmetics use among college women.
Journal of Social Behavior & Personality. Vol 2(4) Nov 1987, 563-566.

Cox, Cathryn L; Glick, William H.
Resume evaluations and cosmetics use: When more is not better.
Sex Roles. Vol 14(1-2) Jan 1986, 51-58.

Hall, C.
Beauty is in the soul of the beholder: Psychological implications of beauty and African American women.
Cultural Diversity and Mental Health, 1(2), 125-137. (1995)

Lewis, LaCinda; Johnson, Kim K.
Effect of dress, cosmetics, sex of subject, and causal inference on attribution of victim responsibility. [Journal Article]
Clothing & Textiles Research Journal. Vol 8(1) Fal 1989, 22-27.

Manne, Sharon L; Girasek, Deborah; Ambrosino, Jodie.
An evaluation of the impact of a cosmetics class on breast cancer patients.
Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. Vol 12(1-2) 1994, 83-99.

Quidu, M; Tabary, C.
A body-expression group: Depersonalization and re-personalization through make-up. [French].
Annales Medico-Psychologiques. Vol 139(4) Apr 1981, 409-421.

Theberge, Lorraine; Kernaleguen, Anne.
Importance of cosmetics related to aspects of the self.
Perceptual & Motor Skills. Vol 48(3, Pt 1) Jun 1979, 827-830.


Fiona Ann Papps, PhD
Department of Psychology
Macquarie University
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