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In-text: (Trivers, 1972)
Your Bibliography: Trivers, R. (1972). Parental investment and sexual selection. Cambridge, Mass.: Biological Laboratories, Harvard University.
In-text: (Darwin, 1901)
Your Bibliography: Darwin, C. (1901). The descent of man and selection in relation to sex. London: J. Murray.
In-text: (Krebs and Davies, 1993)
Your Bibliography: Krebs, J. and Davies, N. (1993). Review of Behavioural Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach, by J. R. Krebs & N. B. Davies. Animal Behaviour, 45(6), pp.1251-1256.
In-text: (Cronk, 1989)
Your Bibliography: Cronk, L. (1989). Low Socioeconomic Status and Female-Biased Parental Investment: The Mukogodo Example. American Anthropologist, 91(2), pp.414-429.
In-text: (Buss and Schmitt, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Buss, D. and Schmitt, D. (2011). Evolutionary Psychology and Feminism. Sex Roles, 64(9-10), pp.768-787.
In-text: (Kokko and Johnstone, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Kokko, H. and Johnstone, R. (2002). Why is mutual mate choice not the norm? Operational sex ratios, sex roles and the evolution of sexually dimorphic and monomorphic signalling. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 357(1419), pp.319-330.
In-text: (Hannagan and Arrow, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Hannagan, R. and Arrow, H. (2011). Reengineering Gender Relations in Modern Militaries: An Evolutionary Perspective. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 12(3), pp.305-323.
In-text: (Buss and Schmitt, 1993)
Your Bibliography: Buss, D. and Schmitt, D. (1993). Sexual Strategies Theory: An evolutionary perspective on human mating. Psychological Review, 100(2), pp.204-232.
In-text: (Little et al., 2008)
Your Bibliography: Little, A., Burriss, R., Jones, B., DeBruine, L. and Caldwell, C. (2008). Social influence in human face preference: men and women are influenced more for long-term than short-term attractiveness decisions. Evolution and Human Behavior, 29(2), pp.140-146.
In-text: (Buss and Angleitner, 1989)
Your Bibliography: Buss, D. and Angleitner, A. (1989). Mate selection preferences in Germany and the United States. Personality and Individual Differences, 10(12), pp.1269-1280.
In-text: (Vandenberg, 1972)
Your Bibliography: Vandenberg, S. (1972). Assortative mating, or who marries whom?. Behavior Genetics, 2(2-3), pp.127-157.
In-text: (Kinsey, Pomeroy and Martin, 1953)
Your Bibliography: Kinsey, A., Pomeroy, W. and Martin, C. (1953). Sexual behavior in the human female, by A.C. Kinsey, W.B. Wardell, C.E. Martin and others. 1st ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders.
In-text: (Glass and Wright, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Glass, S. and Wright, T. (1992). Justifications for extramarital relationships: The association between attitudes, behaviors, and gender. Journal of Sex Research, 29(3), pp.361-387.
In-text: (Spanier and Margolis, 1983)
Your Bibliography: Spanier, G. and Margolis, R. (1983). Marital separation and extramarital sexual behavior. The Journal of Sex Research, 19(1), pp.23-48.
In-text: (Fincham and May, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Fincham, F. and May, R. (2017). Infidelity in romantic relationships. Current Opinion in Psychology, 13, pp.70-74.
In-text: (Whisman, Gordon and Chatav, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Whisman, M., Gordon, K. and Chatav, Y. (2007). Predicting sexual infidelity in a population-based sample of married individuals. Journal of Family Psychology, 21(2), pp.320-324.
In-text: (Atkins, Baucom and Jacobson, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Atkins, D., Baucom, D. and Jacobson, N. (2001). Understanding infidelity: Correlates in a national random sample. Journal of Family Psychology, 15(4), pp.735-749.
In-text: (Buss and Shackelford, 1997)
Your Bibliography: Buss, D. and Shackelford, T. (1997). Susceptibility to Infidelity in the First Year of Marriage. Journal of Research in Personality, 31(2), pp.193-221.
In-text: (Jonason et al., 2011)
Your Bibliography: Jonason, P., Valentine, K., Li, N. and Harbeson, C. (2011). Mate-selection and the Dark Triad: Facilitating a short-term mating strategy and creating a volatile environment. Personality and Individual Differences, 51(6), pp.759-763.
In-text: (Li and Kenrick, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Li, N. and Kenrick, D. (2006). Sex similarities and differences in preferences for short-term mates: What, whether, and why. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90(3), pp.468-489.
In-text: (Schmitt, Shackelford and Buss, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Schmitt, D., Shackelford, T. and Buss, D. (2001). Are men really more 'oriented' toward short-term mating than women? A critical review of theory and research. Psychology, Evolution & Gender, 3(3), pp.211-239.
In-text: (Nelson, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Nelson, J. (2012). Are Women Really More Risk-Averse than Men?. SSRN Electronic Journal.
In-text: (Eckland, 1968)
Your Bibliography: Eckland, B. (1968). Theories of mate selection. Eugenics Quarterly, 15(2), pp.71-84.
In-text: (Winch, 1958)
Your Bibliography: Winch, R. (1958). Mate Selection. 1st ed. New York: Harper & Row.
In-text: (Cattell and Nesselroade, 1967)
Your Bibliography: Cattell, R. and Nesselroade, J. (1967). Likeness and completeness theories examined by Sixteen Personality Factor measures on stably and unstably married couples. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 7(4, Pt.1), pp.351-361.
In-text: (Thiessen and Gregg, 1980)
Your Bibliography: Thiessen, D. and Gregg, B. (1980). Human assortative mating and genetic equilibrium: An evolutionary perspective. Ethology and Sociobiology, 1(2), pp.111-140.
In-text: (Rushton, 1989)
Your Bibliography: Rushton, J. (1989). Genetic similarity, human altruism, and group selection. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12(03), p.503.
In-text: (Trivers, 1985)
Your Bibliography: Trivers, R. (1985). Social Evolution. 1st ed. Menlo Park, CA: Benjamin/Cummings.
In-text: (Paul, McManus and Hayes, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Paul, E., McManus, B. and Hayes, A. (2000). “Hookups”: Characteristics and correlates of college students' spontaneous and anonymous sexual experiences. Journal of Sex Research, 37(1), pp.76-88.
In-text: (Feeney, Noller and Patty, 1993)
Your Bibliography: Feeney, J., Noller, P. and Patty, J. (1993). Adolescents' interactions with the opposite sex: Influence of attachment style and gender. Journal of Adolescence, 16(2), pp.169-186.
In-text: (Gangestad and Simpson, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Gangestad, S. and Simpson, J. (2000). The evolution of human mating: Trade-offs and strategic pluralism. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23(4), pp.573-587.
In-text: (Gibson-Davis, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Gibson-Davis, C. (2009). Money, Marriage, and Children: Testing the Financial Expectations and Family Formation Theory. Journal of Marriage and Family, 71(1), pp.146-160.
In-text: (Gubernskaya, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Gubernskaya, Z. (2010). Changing Attitudes toward Marriage and Children in Six Countries. Sociological Perspectives, 53(2), pp.179-200.
In-text: (Bennett, Bloom and Miller, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Bennett, N., Bloom, D. and Miller, C. (1995). The Influence of Nonmarital Childbearing on the Formation of First Marriages. Demography, 32(1), p.47.
In-text: (Pillsworth and Haselton, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Pillsworth, E. and Haselton, M. (2006). Women's Sexual Strategies: The Evolution of Long-Term Bonds and Extrapair Sex. Annual Review of Sex Research, 17(1), pp.p59-100. 42p.
In-text: (Jonason, Li and Cason, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Jonason, P., Li, N. and Cason, M. (2009). The “Booty Call”: A Compromise Between Men's and Women's Ideal Mating Strategies. Journal of Sex Research, 46(5), pp.460-470.
In-text: (Schmitt, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Schmitt, D. (2005). Sociosexuality from Argentina to Zimbabwe: A 48-nation study of sex, culture, and strategies of human mating. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28(02).
In-text: (Townsend and Levy, 1990)
Your Bibliography: Townsend, J. and Levy, G. (1990). Effects of potential partners' physical attractiveness and socioeconomic status on sexuality and partner selection. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 19(2), pp.149-164.
In-text: (Schwarz and Hassebrauck, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Schwarz, S. and Hassebrauck, M. (2012). Sex and Age Differences in Mate-Selection Preferences. Human Nature, 23(4), pp.447-466.
In-text: (Buss and Barnes, 1986)
Your Bibliography: Buss, D. and Barnes, M. (1986). Preferences in human mate selection. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 50(3), pp.559-570.
In-text: (Russock, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Russock, H. (2011). An evolutionary interpretation of the effect of gender and sexual orientation on human mate selection preferences, as indicated by an analysis of personal advertisements. Behaviour, 148(3), pp.307-323.
In-text: (Baumeister, Catanese and Vohs, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Baumeister, R., Catanese, K. and Vohs, K. (2001). Is There a Gender Difference in Strength of Sex Drive? Theoretical Views, Conceptual Distinctions, and a Review of Relevant Evidence. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 5(3), pp.242-273.
In-text: (Campbell, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Campbell, A. (2004). Female competition: Causes, constraints, content, and contexts. Journal of Sex Research, 41(1), pp.16-26.
In-text: (Kaplan and Lancaster, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Kaplan, H. and Lancaster, J. (2018). An evolutionary and ecological analysis of human fertility, mating patterns and parental investment. In: K. Wachter and R. Bulatao, ed., Offspring: Human fertility in biodemographic perspective, 1st ed. Washington, DC: National Academies Press., pp.170-223.
In-text: (Allman et al., 1998)
Your Bibliography: Allman, J., Rosin, A., Kumar, R. and Hasenstaub, A. (1998). Parenting and survival in anthropoid primates: Caretakers live longer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 95(12), pp.6866-6869.
In-text: (Buss, 1988)
Your Bibliography: Buss, D. (1988). Love acts: The evolutionary biology of love. In: R. Sternberg and M. Barnes, ed., The psychology of love, 1st ed. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp.100-118.
In-text: (Sylwester and Pawłowski, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Sylwester, K. and Pawłowski, B. (2010). Daring to Be Darling: Attractiveness of Risk Takers as Partners in Long- and Short-Term Sexual Relationships. Sex Roles, 64(9-10), pp.695-706.
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