FSU: Dissatisfaction in three dimensions: Researcher finds link between 3-D body scans, feelings of dejection

FSU: Dissatisfaction in three dimensions: Researcher finds link between 3-D body scans, feelings of dejection

In a paper published in the Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, Jessica Ridgway, an assistant professor of retail entrepreneurship in the Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship, asserts that mood and body satisfaction can take major hits after viewing oneself represented as a 3-D avatar.

FSU: Dissatisfaction in three dimensions: Researcher finds link between 3-D body scans, feelings of dejection

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