Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. June Cottrell
Dr. Hazel Rozema
Dr. Steven Rhodes
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The objective of this study was to explore the role that nonverbal cue of clothing had in determining the perceived leadership potential of five women.
Given sketches of five females wearing five female swearing five specific categories of clothing appropriate to the business or professional setting, subjects were asked to choose one figure to sit at the head of the group. The study explored perceived leadership based only on the variable of clothing.
Larson, "The Effect of the Nonverbal Cue of Female Clothing on Perceived Leadership as Determined by Naive Judges" (1983). Master's Theses. 1583.