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Human courtship behaviour: biological basis and cognitive processing

@inproceedings{Grammer1998HumanCB,
  title={Human courtship behaviour: biological basis and cognitive processing},
  author={K. Grammer},
  year={1998}
}
  • K. Grammer
  • Published 1998
  • Psychology
  • In 1975 Kendon described the literature on human courtship as almost nonexistent. Almost ten years later, Hinde (1984) found our knowledge still fragmentary, and, moreover, in need of an integrative framework. Indeed, most of what we know about courtship originates from just a handful of direct observations. What remains consists of interviews carried out at different stages of courtship. There are at least two reasons for this situation. First, it seems to be difficult to obtain sufficient and… CONTINUE READING
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