Teenagers can be seen as more than just objects to be admired and photographed, a new study suggests.
The study, published in the journal Adolescence, suggests teens are not only more likely to associate celebrities with “coolness” than they are with actual status.
The research also suggests teens tend to take photos of themselves as a way of expressing themselves.
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A new study from University of Pennsylvania shows teens are less likely to be drawn to celebrities because of their lack of real-world success.
The researchers asked a series of students from three different schools to make up a group that was composed of celebrities and celebrities only.
They were also asked to rate the celebrities they admired, with an average score of one out of 10 stars.
But the students were not told what they thought about the celebrities’ real-life achievements.
What they did know, though, was that the more they liked the celebrities, the more likely they were to rate them favorably.
The students were also shown a series pictures of celebrities, including those who were popular at their high school and college.
One of the pictures had the celebrity wearing a blue shirt.
One had him wearing a pink shirt.
The second had him with a red shirt.
And the third had him in a blue and green sweater.
The picture with the celebrity with a blue sweater was more popular than the picture with him in the blue and pink sweater.
It was also more likely than the third picture to rate him favorably.
“The more you like the celebrity, the less likely you are to rate it favorably,” study researcher Sarah Cottrell, an assistant professor of sociology, said in a statement.
“But the more you’re looking at them in a positive light, the fewer you’re willing to rate.”
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The study also found that celebrities are less comfortable telling stories about themselves than are other people, even if they have success.
“People are more likely not to say that they are in love with somebody,” study coauthor Jonathan Rodden, a sociology professor at the University of Texas at Austin, said.
“They are more open about their own weaknesses.”
This means they are less willing to tell a story about themselves if it comes off as being overly romantic or unrealistic.
And that’s true even when the celebrity in question is popular.
“I’m not trying to sound like a genius here,” Rodd, the study’s coauthor, told ABC News.
“You can have a celebrity and an ordinary person who is both successful and famous.”
Do celebrities just have a different personality than average?
The researchers found that the celebrity who was most likeable in the study had a different “ideal personality” compared to the celebrity the researchers found most likeably unromantic.
The ideal celebrity, on the other hand, was the opposite.
“In the past, most studies of celebrity attraction have focused on how the celebrity is seen as ‘cool,'” the study found.
“We want to explore how the ideal personality of a celebrity differs from that of the average celebrity.”
How much do you want to know about a celebrity?
The findings suggest that when it comes to finding someone to date, it’s important to ask.
“There is an enormous amount of information about celebrities out there that people just don’t want to hear about, particularly on the social side,” Cottrel said.
The fact that so many people seem to think celebrities have a secret sauce that can turn a single image into a relationship, she added, suggests that many people aren’t even aware they have a lot to learn.
And it may be even more important than that to find someone who’s likeable and you can relate to.
“When you do find someone, it may not be the person you expected to find,” Cotsrell said.
You may have a hard time telling whether the celebrity you’re talking to has the same type of personality or is a different person altogether.
“It may not make sense to have a conversation with a celebrity who’s the opposite of you,” she said.
Is there any value in dating celebrities?
There is, however, one small caveat to the research.
It may be a little hard to tell if you’re attracted to celebrities when you’re just chatting with a friend about a movie or a restaurant.
If you have a certain persona, Cottresl said, you may be more attracted to that persona.
“If you have this personality, you might not necessarily be attracted to the person, so you’re not really in the right frame of mind to know if you have that relationship with that person,” she added.
But you might be better off just looking for someone who can make you laugh.
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