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Beyond global sociosexual orientations: a more differentiated look at sociosexuality and its effects on courtship and romantic relationships.
Sociosexuality is usually assessed as the overall orientation toward uncommitted sex, although this global approach may mask unique contributions of different components. In a large online study (N =Expand
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The neuroscience of human intelligence differences
Neuroscience is contributing to an understanding of the biological bases of human intelligence differences. This work is principally being conducted along two empirical fronts: genetics —Expand
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The evolutionary genetics of personality
Genetic influences on personality differences are ubiquitous, but their nature is not well understood. A theoretical framework might help, and can be provided by evolutionary genetics. We assessExpand
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Age-associated cognitive decline.
INTRODUCTION Age-associated cognitive decline-or normal (non-pathological, normative, usual) cognitive ageing-is an important human experience which differs in extent between individuals. TheExpand
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A General Factor of Brain White Matter Integrity Predicts Information Processing Speed in Healthy Older People
Human white matter integrity has been related to information processing speed, but it is unknown whether impaired integrity results from localized processes or is a general property shared acrossExpand
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Motivational individual reaction norms underlying the Five-Factor model of personality: First steps towards a theory-based conceptual framework
In spite of its popularity, the Five-Factor Model (FFM) has been criticized for being too descriptive to provide a theoretical model of personality. The current article conceptualizes the FFM asExpand
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Correlated preferences for facial masculinity and ideal or actual partner's masculinity
Studies of women's preferences for male faces have variously reported preferences for masculine faces, preferences for feminine faces and no effect of masculinity–femininity on male facialExpand
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Meta-analysis of associations between human brain volume and intelligence differences: How strong are they and what do they mean?
Positive associations between human intelligence and brain size have been suspected for more than 150 years. Nowadays, modern non-invasive measures of in vivo brain volume (Magnetic ResonanceExpand
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The effects of weather on daily mood: a multilevel approach.
The present study examines the effects of six weather parameters (temperature, wind power, sunlight, precipitation, air pressure, and photoperiod) on mood (positive affect, negative affect, andExpand
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Different cognitive processes underlie human mate choices and mate preferences
Based on undergraduates' self-reports of mate preferences for various traits and self-perceptions of their own levels on those traits, Buston and Emlen [Buston PM, Emlen ST (2003) Proc Natl Acad SciExpand
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