Idealized human mating strategies versus social complexity

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (4):619-620 (2000)
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Abstract

Gangestad & Simpson present an idealized model of human mate strategies based on rational economics and genetics that elides most social constraints on human sexuality. They do not deal with observable complexities of courtship nor with ambiguities in short- and long-term mating. The model successfully explicates a narrow set of premises, but cannot yet explain complex sexual behavior.

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