Attractive People More Likely to Believe the World is Fair?

A further attempt to define and understand the difference between attractive people and people who are not attractive:

The Influence of Physical Attractiveness on Belief in a Just World,” R. Shane Westfall, Murray G. Millar, and Aileen Lovitt [pictured here], Psychological Reports, epub 2019. The authors, at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, explain:

“We hypothesized that physically attractive individuals would be stronger endorsers of belief in a just world, whereas less attractive individuals would be less likely to endorse belief in a just world. Both self-rated attractiveness (experiment one) and attractiveness rated by other persons (experiment two) were found to predict endorsement of belief in a just world.”