- A Frontiers In Psychology study has revealed that people who see themselves as attractive are less likely to wear COVID masks.
“Researchers conducted three questionnaires asking people about self-perceived attractiveness and mask-wearing intentions in various scenarios. They concluded that young and middle-aged Americans who view themselves as attractive ‘believe wearing a mask hinders the opportunities to deliver a favorable impression to others,'” reports The Daily Mail.
- “Our findings suggest that mask-wearing can shift from being a self-protection measure during the COVID-19 pandemic to a self-presentation tactic in the post-pandemic era,” the study’s authors said.
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