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United States. A psychologist modified the waist-to-hip ratio of seven dolls to determine how body shape influences perceptions of attractiveness. : Stock Photo
His test subjects preferred doll G.

United States. A psychologist modified the waist-to-hip ratio of seven dolls to determine how body shape influences perceptions of attractiveness.

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His test subjects preferred doll G.
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