By Ivana Busljeta Banks, Patrick De Pelsmacker (auth.), Martin Eisend, Tobias Langner, Shintaro Okazaki (eds.)
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On the contrary, if the model is moderately heavier than the individual, a decrease of appearance self-esteem could be evoked since the individual is expected to assimilate her/his perceived weight to the heavier model’s weight. However, it is unclear whether and how model size affects product evaluations. Several processes could occur. (1) Probably, consumers could control for the effect on appearance self-esteem and do not transfer this mental state on product evaluations at all. , slim models) might be processed as a piece of information about the product or service itself.
We used scales adopted from Smeesters and Mandel (2006) and Smeesters et al. (2010) ranging from -5 (has high overweight/is very unattractive) to +5 (is very slim/is very attractive) and selected pairs of models that differed regarding perceptions of size but were perceived to be equally attractive. Note, that we collapsed data across the conditions of the second experimental factor. The ratings of body size and attractiveness for the models are contained in Table 1. 781 * Body size ** Attractiveness * Scale ranges from -5 = has high overweight to 5 = is very slim.
2003) even postulated that a slim figure is one aspect for women to define their value. Empirical literature provides support to the hypothesis that extremely slim advertising models reduce young females’ appearance self-esteem. Moreover, this phenomenon is often associated with eating disorders. Despite these concerns, slim or very slim models are still prevalent in media and advertisements. Obviously, marketers strongly rely on the effectiveness of slim models regarding sales of products and magazines.
Advances in Advertising Research (Vol. III): Current Insights and Future Trends by Ivana Busljeta Banks, Patrick De Pelsmacker (auth.), Martin Eisend, Tobias Langner, Shintaro Okazaki (eds.)