• Publications
  • Influence
Ejaculate Cost and Male Choice
TLDR
The problems of limited ejaculatory capacity and male choice merit greater attention in both theory and in empirical research.
Patterns of Copulatory Behavior in Male Mammals
  • D. Dewsbury
  • Psychology
    The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1 March 1972
TLDR
A schema for systematic inquiry into different patterns of copulatory behavior in male mammals i proposed, based on four attributes, which includes thrusting during intromissions, multiple intromission, and multiple ejaculations.
Dominance Rank, Copulatory Behavior, and Differential Reproduction
  • D. Dewsbury
  • Biology, Psychology
    The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1 June 1982
TLDR
Both the concept of dominance and the validity of the hypothesis relating it to copulatory behavior and to differential reproduction appear viable for at least some species, although the body of data relating rank to both copulation and differential reproduction remains minimal.
The Darwin-Bateman Paradigm in Historical Context1
  • D. Dewsbury
  • Biology
    Integrative and comparative biology
  • 1 November 2005
TLDR
The context of the Darwin-Bateman Paradigm is broadened to show related conceptions in disparate fields that evolved in parallel with it, and it is concluded that gender stereotypes appear to have influenced these conceptions.
Paternal Behavior in Rodents
TLDR
Intraspecific variability in the evolution of rodent paternal behavior appears to entail changes in the thresholds and conditions for the occurrence of a relatively few basic motor patterns of paternal care.
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