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Effects of gender and sexual orientation on evolutionarily relevant aspects of human mating psychology.
- J. Bailey, S. Gaulin, Y. Agyei, B. A. Gladue
- Psychology, BiologyJournal of personality and social psychology
- 1 June 1994
This research examined tests of several sex differences in mating psychology predicted from sexual selection theory, broad developmental hypotheses about sex differencesIn mating psychology--through the relationship of mating psychology to sexual orientation, and the structure of within-sex differences in mate psychology.
Dominance and the evolution of sexual dimorphism in human voice pitch
Sex hormones and finger length: What does 2D:4D indicate?
Evolution of spatial cognition: sex-specific patterns of spatial behavior predict hippocampal size.
- L. Jacobs, S. Gaulin, D. Sherry, G. Hoffman
- Biology, PsychologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 August 1990
Two-way analysis of variance shows that the ratio of hippocampal volume to brain volume is differently related to sex in these two species, which suggests that evolution can produce adaptive sex differences in behavior and its neural substrate.
Costs and benefits of fat-free muscle mass in men: relationship to mating success, dietary requirements, and native immunity
Superior spatial memory of women: Stronger evidence for the gathering hypothesis
Men's voices as dominance signals: vocal fundamental and formant frequencies influence dominance attributions among men
Dowry as Female Competition
Boserup (1970) views dowry as a payment made by women to guarantee future support for them and their children under circumstances where their own contributions to subsistence are relatively small. We…
Spatial memory and adaptive specialization of the hippocampus