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“Evolutionary psychologists have shown that women's mate choices use many cues of men's genetic quality and ability to invest resources in the woman and her offspring. “Among our ancestors, one variable that predicted both a man's genetic quality and his ability to invest was the man's formidability,” he ...
"Our results suggest that even if you're a bit overweight, looking strong can buffer that," Aaron Lukaszewski, an evolutionary psychologist at California State University, said. "Basically, being a strong, fat guy is OK, which I think would bring comfort to many." The study comes in just in time for many of us to ...

"No one will be surprised by the idea that strong men are more attractive," Aaron Lukaszewski, an evolutionary psychologist at California State University at Fullerton and an author of the study, told The Washington Post. "It's no secret that women like strong, muscular guys." However, the researchers were ...
Dr Aaron Sell from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice said cues of upper body strength make a man attractive, including having wider shoulders, being physically fit and having greater handgrip strength. "Evolutionary psychologists have shown that women's mate choices use many cues of ...
Aaron Lukaszewski, an evolutionary psychologist at California State University, said: “The theory is that, yes, there would have been benefits ancestrally, in terms of the ability to acquire resources, protecting offspring, hunting and so on. But at a certain point, mating with highly dominant men, they can exert ...
Aaron Sell, a psychology lecturer at School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, Australia and his co-author, Aaron Lukaszewski, an evolutionary psychologist at California State University at Fullerton measured the males' strength via weightlifting machines, grip strength tests and other ...

Heterosexual male gym rats, rejoice! Women, when asked in a study to judge photos of men's bodies, rated the strongest men as the most attractive. Height and leanness were appealing attributes, too, but strength played an outsize role in the ratings of a man's torso, per a report published Tuesday in the ...
Evolutionary psychologists focus on inherent genetic differences across different races of humans. Wrong. I don't know a single evolutionary psychologist whose work focuses on this issue. Evolutionary psychologists largely examine questions of the human condition broadly defined — focusing on all ...
Other evolutionary psychologists like E.O Wilson suggest that we are simultaneously driven by selfish instincts to ensure the reproduction of our own genes and social instincts to support and protect broader groups that we identify with. The fact that these imperatives are sometimes at odds with each other, ...
No evolutionary psychologist, however, would say that glasses are unnatural and therefore ought to be banned. Here's another example: For the bulk of human history, we lived at subsistence levels, invariably hovering on the brink of starvation. This doesn't at all motivate any evolutionary psychologists to ...
... to focus more on thought pieces and deep dives, working with behavioral and evolutionary psychologists to write about relationship topics.
Evolutionary psychologists believe we are hard-wired for revenge. Without laws and prisons, our earliest ancestors relied on the fear of ...
Specifically, evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanosawa found that more intelligent children (based on IQ) grew up to be nocturnal adults, and ...
“Professor Campbell and other evolutionary psychologists have hypothesized that this is a result of women having a more critical role in infant ...
The mating habits of the animal kingdom really aren't so different than what we see at UT, said evolutionary psychologist David Buss during a ...
Evolutionary psychologist Robert Wright explains what happens inside your brain when you sit to meditate and how it can change your ...
Evolutionary psychologists describe humor as a “heritable trait” that signals mental fitness and intellectual agility to prospective mates.

An influential book by the evolutionary psychologist Steven Pinker — The Better Angels of Our Nature (2011) — convinced many that wars and ...
New atheists and evolutionary psychologists have characterized religious beliefs as side-effects of ordinary psychological processes, and have ...
The major reason gossip is so important, write the University of Ottawa evolutionary psychologists, is because it helps us hook up with the mate ...
Robin Dunbar, an anthropologist and evolutionary psychologist, theorized that a person can only maintain 150 stable relationships. Whether ...
The brouhaha over the Google memo stoked the paranoia of all the science bros: right-wing dung nozzle Quillette ran an article called “The ...
The respondent thinks likely not, but suggests that evolutionary psychologists, brain researchers, etc., can give a better explanation than ...
As I explain with some frequency (per big cross-cultural studies by evolutionary psychologist David Buss, among others), women evolved to ...
Darwin and the Buddha agree on the problem, says evolutionary psychologist Robert Wright. The Buddha solved it. From the November 2017 ...
Evolutionary psychologists claim that conspicuous consumption may be comparable to ostentatious behaviours or elaborate physical ...
To varying extents, many of us are biological hybrids on a male-female continuum. Researchers have found XY cells in a 94-year-old woman, ...
Evolutionary psychologists theorize that happiness was an adaptive advantage. Happiness aided our survival in all sorts of important ways—it ...
The brouhaha over the Google memo stoked the paranoia of all the science bros: right-wing dung nozzle Quillette ran an article called “The ...
The major reason gossip is so important, write the University of Ottawa evolutionary psychologists, is because it helps us hook up with the mate ...
Robin Dunbar, an anthropologist and evolutionary psychologist, theorized that a person can only maintain 150 stable relationships. Whether ...
The respondent thinks likely not, but suggests that evolutionary psychologists, brain researchers, etc., can give a better explanation than ...
As I explain with some frequency (per big cross-cultural studies by evolutionary psychologist David Buss, among others), women evolved to ...
... unwanted allies in the form of amoeba proponents and Christian fundamentalists; we have the evolutionary psychologists and libertarians.
Journalists didn't need evolutionary psychologists to tell them the customers find bad news more interesting. Bad news has always received a ...
As I explain with some frequency (per big cross-cultural studies by evolutionary psychologist David Buss, among others), women evolved to ...
It turns out that learning to think (or at least act) this way can also be a competitive advantage, as evolutionary psychologists Sarah E. Hill and ...
As I explain with some frequency (per big cross-cultural studies by evolutionary psychologist David Buss, among others), women evolved to ...
Evolutionary psychologists and other scientists label dogs “social parasites” or, in the words of some, “con artists.” They claim that dogs evolved ...
Darwin and the Buddha agree on the problem, says evolutionary psychologist Robert Wright. The Buddha solved it. From the November 2017 ...
In the mid-20th century, she said, people adopted what evolutionary psychologists call a "fast-life strategy." Life spans were shorter and work ...
Evolutionary psychologists claim that conspicuous consumption may be comparable to ostentatious behaviours or elaborate physical ...
In the mid-20th century, she said, people adopted what evolutionary psychologists call a "fast-life strategy." Life spans were shorter and work ...
Research by evolutionary psychologists Martie Haselton and David Buss suggests that men evolved to be poor guessers about women's ...
To varying extents, many of us are biological hybrids on a male-female continuum. Researchers have found XY cells in a 94-year-old woman, ...
On the other are the evolutionary psychologists who argue that genes interact ... Geoffrey Miller, a prominent evolutionary psychologist, wrote in ...
According to evolutionary psychologists, this propensity can be linked to the unique ability of human beings to attribute design or reason to ...
... the type of social “grooming” that the evolutionary psychologist Robin Dunbar explains in his 1997 book Grooming, Gossip, and the Evolution ...
It would have featured clinical psychologist Dr. Jordan Peterson, evolutionary psychologist Dr. Gad Saad, Faith Goldy and others, but was ...
... about others is an inherent, normalized part of the vastly popular social media experience doesn't surprise evolutionary psychologists at all.


 

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