By Viviana A. Weekes-Shackelford, Todd K. Shackelford
This quantity within the Springer sequence in Evolutionary Psychology offers a cutting-edge view of the subject of sexuality and sexual habit drawing on theoretical constructs and study of famous members within the box. finished and multi-disciplinary, this e-book seeks to supply a wide evaluation with no sacrificing the complexity of a multi-faceted procedure. The ebook is framed by means of introductory and shutting sections that offer a context for the diversity of principles contained inside of. abundant house is supplied in distinctive sections that target key parts of sexuality from either female and male views and that come with info from primate experiences. This quantity can function a graduate textual content in sexual habit in evolutionary phrases and as a consultant for additional research.
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Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Sexual Psychology and Behavior by Viviana A. Weekes-Shackelford, Todd K. Shackelford