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Body acceptance programs on college campuses indicated that collegiate women often report feeling pressure to dress in a sexualized manner, and use makeup to enhance beauty. Currently, no quantitative

Background
Body acceptance programs on college campuses indicated that collegiate women often report feeling pressure to dress in a sexualized manner, and use makeup to enhance beauty. Currently, no quantitative measures exist to assess attitudes and daily behaviors that may arise in response to perceived pressure to wear makeup or dress in a provocative manner. The goal of the current studies was to develop brief self-report questionnaires aimed at assessing makeup and sexualized clothing use and attitudes in young women.
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    • 2017-11-22
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1186/s40337-017-0171-1
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    Smith, H., Perez, M., Sladek, M. R., Becker, C. B., Ohrt, T. K., & Bruening, A. B. (2017). Development and validation of makeup and sexualized clothing questionnaires. Journal of Eating Disorders, 5(1). doi:10.1186/s40337-017-0171-1

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