Nonindependent mate choice: the first study with real-life couples in a Greek sample

@inproceedings{Kalaitzaki2018NonindependentMC,
  title={Nonindependent mate choice: the first study with real-life couples in a Greek sample},
  author={Argyroula E Kalaitzaki and Georgios Tsouvelas and Antonios Vakirtzis},
  year={2018}
}
In humans, as in other species, nonindependent mate choice takes place when females are influenced in their mate choice by the choices of other females. Previous studies have used almost exclusively experimental methods, with the most robust finding being that women tend to be more attracted to men who are paired with attractive women. Results, however, have often been conflicting, and the degree to which experimental methods are capturing real-life social processes has not been validated. In… CONTINUE READING

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