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Mating intelligence : sex, relationships, and the mind's reproductive system / Glenn Geher, Geoffrey Miller.
New York : Lawrence Erlbaum, c2008.
xxiii, 453 p. 24 cm.
Miller, Geoffrey F.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Mating intelligence : toward an evolutionarily informed construct / Glenn Geher, Geoffrey Miller, and Jeremy Murphy
How self-assessments can guide human mating decisions / Lars Penke ... [et al.]
Mating intelligence in personal ads / Charlotte De Backer, Johan Braeckman, and Lili Farinpour
Intelligent priorities : adaptive long- and short-term mate preferences / Norm Li
Personality, mating strategies, and mating intelligence / Daniel Nettle and Helen Clegg
Deception and self-deception as strategies in short and long-term mating / Maureen O'Sullivan
How having children affects mating psychology / Viviana A. Weekes-Shackelford, Judy A. Easton, and Emily A. Stone
The role of mutations in human mating / Matthew C. Keller
Mental disorders as catastrophic failures of mating intelligence / Andrew Shaner, Geoffrey Miller, and Jim Mintz
The role of creativity and humor in mate selection / Scott Barry Kaufman ... [et al.]
Emotional intelligence, relationship quality, and partner selection / James J. Casey ... [et al.]
Mating intelligence and general intelligence as independent constructs / Satoshi Kanazawa
Brain size, intelligence, and paleoclimatic variation / Jessica Ash and Gordon G. Gallup, Jr.
Ecological constraints on mating tactics / Aurelio José Figueredo ... [et al.]
Mating intelligence : frequently asked questions / Geoffrey Miller
Mating intelligence : an integrative model and future research directions / Glenn Geher, Michael A. Camargo, and Steven D. O'Rourke.
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