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In-text: (Desrumaux, De Bosscher and Léoni, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Desrumaux, P., De Bosscher, S. and Léoni, V., 2009. Effects of Facial Attractiveness, Gender, and Competence of Applicants on Job Recruitment. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 68(1), pp.33-42.
In-text: (Dipboye, Arvey and Terpstra, 1977)
Your Bibliography: Dipboye, R., Arvey, R. and Terpstra, D., 1977. Sex and physical attractiveness of raters and applicants as determinants of resum? evaluations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 62(3), pp.288-294.
In-text: (Eagly, Ashmore, Makhijani and Longo, 1991)
Your Bibliography: Eagly, A., Ashmore, R., Makhijani, M. and Longo, L., 1991. What is beautiful is good, but . . .: A meta-analytic review of research on the physical attractiveness stereotype. Psychological Bulletin, 110(1), pp.109-128.
In-text: (Luxen and Van De Vijver, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Luxen, M. and Van De Vijver, F., 2006. Facial attractiveness, sexual selection, and personnel selection: when evolved preferences matter. J. Organiz. Behav., 27(2), pp.241-255.
In-text: (Marlowe, Schneider and Nelson, 1996)
Your Bibliography: Marlowe, C., Schneider, S. and Nelson, C., 1996. Gender and attractiveness biases in hiring decisions: Are more experienced managers less biased?. Journal of Applied Psychology, 81(1), pp.11-21.
In-text: (Tews, Stafford and Zhu, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Tews, M., Stafford, K. and Zhu, J., 2009. Beauty Revisited: The impact of attractiveness, ability, and personality in the assessment of employment suitability. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 17(1), pp.92-100.
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