Sex, aggression, and life history strategy

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32 (3-4):278-278 (2009)
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Abstract

We agree that sexual selection is a more comprehensive explanation for sex differences in direct aggression than social role theory, which is an unparsimonious and vestigial remnant of human exceptionalism. Nevertheless, Archer misses several opportunities to put the theoretical predictions made by himself and by others into direct competition in a way that would further the interests of strong inference

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