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A total of 779 article-embedded photographs from six popular U. S. magazines during 2004 (Newsweek, Time, Fortune, Money, People, and Sports Illustrated) were examined assessing the relationship between occupational status and gender and the depiction of men and women in print media. Results show individuals depicted in intellectually-focused occupations had higher face-to-body ratios than individuals depicted in physically-focused occupations. Gender differences in facial prominence did notdoi:10.1007/s11199-007-9276-3 fatcat:z6svzbhmsfdi5lvuhqcl4w7zyq