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Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure: Male and female implicit attitudes towards facial attractiveness.

Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure: Male and female implicit attitudes towards facial attractiveness.

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An essay for the 2011 Undergraduate Awards Competition by Saoirse Mac Cárthaigh. Originally submitted for Psychology at National University of Ireland Maynooth, with lecturer Carol Murphy in the category of Psychology
An essay for the 2011 Undergraduate Awards Competition by Saoirse Mac Cárthaigh. Originally submitted for Psychology at National University of Ireland Maynooth, with lecturer Carol Murphy in the category of Psychology

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Department of Psychology National University of Ireland, Maynooth
 Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP): Male and female implicit attitudes towards facial attractiveness.
 (Thesis Presented in Part Fulfilment of the Requirements for the B.Sc. Honours Degree inPsychology, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.)Supervisor: Dr. Carol MurphyDate: February 2010
 
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Acknowledgements.......................................................................................................................(i)Abstract.........................................................................................................................................(ii)Introduction.....................................................................................................................................1Methodology..................................................................................................................................10Participants.........................................................................................................................10Materials and Apparatus....................................................................................................10Procedure...........................................................................................................................12Results............................................................................................................................................18Discussion......................................................................................................................................26References......................................................................................................................................33Appendices……………………………………………………………………………………….40
 
Acknowledgements
First and foremost I would like to thank Doctor Carol Murphy for her invaluable guidance andsupport throughout my final year. I would also like to thank Professor Dermot Barnes-Holmesand Derek Walsh for their technical assistance at the data analysis stage of the research. Thanksto my participants who generously gave up their time to partake in this research. I would alsolike to thank my mother, father, and sisters in for their emotional and financial support over thecourse of my bachelor’s degree. Finally, a big thank you to any family and friends who havesupported and encouraged me over the last number of years. A copy of this thesis will be madeavailable to any of the above mentioned, or to anyone with an interest in this topic.

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