Who Will Marry Whom?: Theory and Research in Marital Choice  

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Who Will Marry Whom?: Theory and Research in Marital Choice (1976) is a book by Bernard I. Murstein.

"physical attractiveness, both as subjectively experienced and objectively measured, operates in accordance with exchange-market rules. Individuals with equal market value for physical attractiveness are more likely to associate in an intimate relationship such as engagement than individuals with disparate values".


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