Mating and marriage, husbands and lovers

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (4):590-591 (2000)
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Human mating strategies are contingent on individual prospects. Gangestad & Simpson provide a useful framework to explore these differing prospects, but do not take sufficient account of what is known ethnographically about mating decisions. Women often do not select their own long term mates. Men often have two or more long term mates, and can invest in the offspring of short term matings also.



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