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Why do men universally report to prefer younger women? Why is it that face symmetry and good skin are considered attractive characteristics in all cultures? These are questions that Evolutionary Psychology raises with regards to mate selection. Evolutionary psychology argues that universals of mate finding behavior evolved over millennia to help our ancestors solve this most basic human problem. This category is devoted to sites that discuss the neuropsychological basis for human mate selection and cognitive adaptations involved in the mate selection process.
This category contains sites for published researchers and educators, past and present, within evolutionary psychology. The majority of sites contain contact details and lists of publications; some additionally contain full text articles. Site descriptions contain the research interests and institution of each person, where appropriate.
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This category contains sites from research groups interested in various aspects and facets of evolutionary psychology. Such sites may include profiles of group members, lists of publications, details of current research, and links to other resources.
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