Men in Midlife Crisis
, Jim Conway, p. 84
Joyce Brothers, well-known and popular psychologist, points out in Better than Ever that "beautiful people have beautiful personalities
We consistently judge them to be more sensitive, kind, intelligent, interesting, sociable, and exciting than less attractive people." Dr. Brothers goes on to speak of a study made in a school among kindergartners and teachers regarding the people to whom they were most often attracted: "They (the children) picked the most attractive children as their favorites. Their teachers did likewise, and considered the less attractive children more likely to be troublemakers." She continues, "When we grow up, for both men and women, higher salary levels and greater advancement have a high correlation with pleasant looks, at all ages and in all fields."