Latest Evolutionary psychology Stories
The coming period of economic contraction and resource shortage will cause the entire world to reject liberalism and turn back towards conservatism, according to a new scientific text published
Height plays a big role in determining who is a potential partner for women, according to researchers at Rice University and the University of North Texas.
Contrary to common belief, parents do not generally treat their stepchildren less favorably than their own.
A new study published in PLOS One suggests facial preferences across different populations vary.
In a new study, evolutionary psychologist Justin Rhodes challenges the standard explanation for the evolution of men's superior spatial skills, suggesting instead that it may have been mere chance.
For two decades, evolutionary scientists have been locked in a debate over the evolved functions of three distinctive human behaviors: the great readiness we show for cooperating with new people, the strong interest we have in tracking others' reputations regarding how well they treat others, and the occasional interest we have in punishing people for selfishly mistreating others.
Chest-thumping and grunting alpha males, a study suggests, may be losing the battle for preferable females to males who can demonstrate caregiving and the ability to provide for a family.
New evidence proves humans are continuing to evolve and that significant natural and sexual selection is still taking place in our species in the modern world.
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