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Publications & Research: Publication Areas

Physical Attractiveness & Grooming Behaviors

Rich, M.K., & Cash, T.F. (1993). The American image of beauty: Media representations of hair color for four decades. Sex Roles, 29, 103-114.

Cash, T.F. (1990). The psychology of physical appearance: Aesthetics, attributes, and images. In Cash, T.F., & Pruzinsky, T. (Eds.)., Body Images: Development, Deviance, and Change (pp. 51-79). N.Y.: Guilford.

Cash, T.F., Dawson, K., Davis, P., Bowen, M., & Galumbeck, C. (1989). The effects of cosmetics use on the physical attractiveness and body image of college women. Journal of Social Psychology, 129, 349-356.

Cash, T.F. (1988). The psychology of cosmetics: A research bibliography. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 66,455-460.

Cash, T.F. (1987). The psychology of cosmetics: A review of the scientific literature. Social and Behavioral Sciences Documents, 17 (1), MS# 2800.

Cash, T.F., & Wunderle, J.M. (1987). Self-monitoring and cosmetics use among college women. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 4, 563-566.

Brown, T.A., Cash, T.F., & Noles, S.W. (1986). Perceptions of physical attractiveness among college students: Selected determinants and methodological matters. Journal of Social Psychology, 126, 305-316.

Archer, R., & Cash, T.F. (1985). Physical attractiveness and maladjustment among psychiatric inpatients. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 3 (2), 170-180.

Cash, T.F. (1985). The impact of grooming style on the evaluation of women in management. In M. Solomon (Ed.), The psychology of fashion (pp. 343-355). Lexington, MA.: Lexington Press.

Cash, T.F., & Kilcullen, R. (1985). The aye of the beholder: Susceptibility to sexism and beautyism in evaluation of managerial applicants. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 15, 591-605.

Cash, T.F., Rissi, J., & Chapman, R. (1985). Not just another pretty face: Sex roles, locus of control, and cosmetics use. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 11, 246-257.

Jackson, L., & Cash, T.F. (1985). Components of gender stereotypes and their implications for inferences on stereotypic and nonstereotypic dimensions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 11, 326-344.

Noles, S.W., Cash, T.F., & Winstead, B.A. (1985). Body image, physical attractiveness, and depression. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 53, 88-94.

Cash, T.F., & Duncan, N.C. (1984). Physical attractiveness stereotyping among Black American college students. Journal of Social Psychology, 122, 71-77.

Cash, T.F., & Janda, L.H. (1984). Eye of the beholder. Psychology Today, 18 (12), 46-52.

Cash, T.F., & Trimer, C. (1984). Sexism and beautyism in women's evaluations of peer performance. Sex Roles, 10, 87-98.

Cash, T.F., Cash, D.W., & Butters, J. (1983). "Mirror, mirror on the wall...?": Contrast effects and self-evaluations of physical attractiveness. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 9, 351-358.

Cash, T.F., & Cash, D.W.(1982). Women's use of cosmetics: Psychosocial correlates and consequences. International Journal of Cosmetic Science, 4, 1-14.

Cash, T.F., & Smith, E. (1982). Physical attractiveness and personality among American college students. Journal of Psychology, 111, 183-191.

Weinberger, H.L., & Cash, T.F. (1982). The relationship of attributional style to learned helplessness in an interpersonal context. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 3, 141-154.

Cash, T.F. (1981). Physical attractiveness: An annotated bibliography of theory and research in the behavioral sciences. Social & Behavioral Sciences Documents, 11, 83. (MS# 2370).

Cash, T.F. (1980). Does beauty make a difference? CTFA Cosmetic Journal, 12, 24-28, 38.

Cash, T.F. (1978). Self-disclosure in initial acquaintanceship: Effects of sex, approval motivation, and physical attractiveness. Social & Behavioral Sciences Documents, 8, 11. (MS# 1642).

Cash, T.F., & Derlega, V.J. (1978). The matching hypothesis: Physical attractiveness among same-sexed friends. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 4, 240-243.

Cash, T.F., & Kehr, J. (1978). The influence of nonprofessional counselors' physical attractiveness and sex on perceptions of counselor behavior. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 25, 336-342.

Cash, T.F., & Salzbach, R.F. (1978). The beauty of counseling: Effects of counselor physical attractiveness and self-disclosures on perceptions of counselor behavior. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 25, 283-291.

Brundage, L., Derlega, V., & Cash, T.F. (1977). The effects of physical attractiveness and need for approval on self-disclosure. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 3, 63-66.

Cash, T.F., & Burns, D.S. (1977). The occurrence of reinforcing activities in relation to locus of control, success-failure expectancies, and physical attractiveness. Journal of Personality Assessment, 41, 387-391.

Cash, T.F., Gillen, B., & Burns, D.S. (1977). Sexism and "beautyism" in personnel consultant decision making. Journal of Applied Psychology, 62, 301-310.

Cash, T.F, Kehr, J., Polyson, J., & Freeman, V. (1977). The role of physical attractiveness in peer attribution of psychological disturbance. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 45, 987-993.

Cash, T.F., & Begley, P.J. (1976). Internal-external control, achievement orientation, and physical attractiveness among college students. Psychological Reports, 38, 1205-1206.

Cash, T.F., Begley, P.J., McCown, D., & Weise, B. (1975). When counselors are heard but not seen: Initial impact of physical attractiveness. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 22, 273-279.

Cash, T.F., & Soloway, D. (1975). Self-disclosure correlates of physical attractiveness: An exploratory study. Psychological Reports, 36, 579-586.

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