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Masculine Somatotype and Hirsuteness as Determinants of Sexual Attractiveness to Women
Five questionnaire studies asked women to rate the attractiveness of outline drawings of male figures that varied in somatotype, body proportions, symmetry, and in distribution of trunk hair. InExpand
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Studies of human physique and sexual attractiveness: Sexual preferences of men and women in China
Men and women at Northwest University (n = 631), Xi'an, China, were asked to rate the attractiveness of male or female figures manipulated to vary somatotype, waist‐to‐hip ratio (WHR), secondaryExpand
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A comparative analysis of information search and evaluation behavior of professional and non-professional financial analysts
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We compare the information search and evaluation behavior of professional and non-professional financial analysts during the analysis of an initial public offering of an equity security. Expand
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Sexual Selection, Seminal Coagulation and Copulatory Plug Formation in Primates
This study examines the question of whether multipartner matings by female primates, with resulting sperm competition among males, may have favored the evolution of biochemical mechanisms to enhanceExpand
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Human Physique and Sexual Attractiveness: Sexual Preferences of Men and Women in Bakossiland, Cameroon
Men and women living in a rural community in Bakossiland, Cameroon were asked to rate the attractiveness of images of male or female figures manipulated to vary in somatotype, waist-to-hip ratioExpand
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Sexual Selection and the Evolution of Visually Conspicuous Sexually Dimorphic Traits in Male Monkeys, Apes, and Human Beings
Abstract Striking secondary sexual traits, such as brightly colored “sexual skin,” capes of hair, beards, and other facial adornments occur in adult males of many anthropoid primate species. ThisExpand
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Validating methods to determine walking rates of elephants within a zoological institution
Much controversy surrounds the welfare of elephants within zoological institutions. Among the many concerns are lack of exercise and the prevention of sedentary health and welfare issues due toExpand
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Primate mating systems and the evolution of immune response.
White blood cell (WBC) and red blood cell (RBC) counts were examined in a sample comprising 762 specimens, representing 25 genera and 38 species of captive non-human primates. Animals suffering fromExpand
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Occurrence of infection with a parvovirus-like agent in children with sickle cell anaemia during a two-year period.
The occurrence of infection with a parvovirus-like agent during the period April 1979-May 1981 in children attending a single sickle cell clinic in London was investigated. Virus was detected inExpand
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Functional evidence for differences in sperm competition in humans and chimpanzees.
Sperm competition occurs when the gametes of or more males compete for opportunities to fertilize a given set of ova. Previous studies have demonstrated that certain morphological characteristics areExpand
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