Reproductive ecology and life history of the human male.

@article{Bribiescas2001ReproductiveEA,
  title={Reproductive ecology and life history of the human male.},
  author={Richard G. Bribiescas},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2001},
  volume={Suppl 33},
  pages={
          148-76
        }
}
Until recently, the reproductive ecology of human males has not been extensively investigated, primarily as a result of the need for a theoretical framework based on the reproductive constraints and energetics of mammalian males. More specifically, male reproductive ecology has necessitated an integrative interpretation of clinical and anthropological data based on the premise that the evolution of human male life histories has involved selection for physiological mechanisms aimed at optimizing… CONTINUE READING

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