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National Center for Biotechnology Information , U. The ability to truly manipulate the app screen changes how we start to think about the visual architecture of the OS. Much like the more famous zoetrope technique for moving images and the original GIF machine known as the phenakistocope , the classic mutoscope, patented in , could set images in motion, but for only one viewer at a time. What animated cartoons tell viewers about body weight. Flirting with other characters more. Examining the links among magazine preference, levels of awareness and internalization of sociocultural appearance standards, and presence of eating-disordered symptoms in college women. Unattractive characters were more than seven times as likely as their ordinary-looking and good-looking counterparts to be shown to have a below-average body type i.