Whither menstrual synchrony?

@article{Mcclintock1998WhitherMS,
  title={Whither menstrual synchrony?},
  author={M. K. Mcclintock},
  journal={Annual review of sex research},
  year={1998},
  volume={9},
  pages={
          77-95
        }
}
The initial report of menstrual synchrony indicated that social interactions among groups of women could regulate their ovarian cycles. The initial focus on menstrual synchrony was just the beginning of a discovery process, not all facets of the whole phenomenon. Menstrual synchrony was similar to an archeologist finding a fossilized tooth, which demonstrated the existence of a prehistoric creature. Menstrual synchrony could have turned out to be like the chronodonts, prehistoric creatures for… CONTINUE READING

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