Analyses of mating differences within-sex and between-sex are complementary, not competing

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (4):621-621 (2000)
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Analyses of between-sex differences have provided a powerful starting point for evolutionarily informed work on human sexuality. This early work set the stage for an evolutionary analysis of within-sex differences in human sexuality. A comprehensive theory of human sexual strategies must address both between-sex differences and within-sex differences in evolved psychology and manifest behavior.



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