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The Dangerous Passion: Why Jealousy Is as Necessary as Love and Sex

David M. Buss - Psychology - 2000 - 272 pages
Why do men and women cheat on each other? How do men really feel when their partners have sex with other men? What worries women more -- men who turn to other women for love or ...
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The Murderer Next Door: Why the Mind Is Designed to Kill

David M. Buss - Psychology - 2006 - 288 pages
As acclaimed psychological researcher and author David Buss writes, "People are mesmerized by murder. It commands our attention like no other human phenomenon, and those ...
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The Evolution of Personality and Individual Differences

David M. Buss, Patricia H. Hawley - Psychology - 2010 - 520 pages
Capturing a scientific change in thinking about personality and individual differences that has been building over the past 15 years, this volume stands at an important moment ...
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Personality psychology: recent trends and emerging directions

David M. Buss, Nancy Cantor - Medical - 1989 - 352 pages
Research in the field of personality psychology has culminated in a radical departure. The result is Personality Psychology: Recent Trends and Emerging Directions. Drs. Buss ...
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Applied Evolutionary Psychology

S. Craig Roberts - Business & Economics - 2012 - 436 pages
This is the first book to overtly consider how basic evolutionary thinking is being applied to a wide range of special social, economic, and technical problems. It draws ...
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Family Relationships : An Evolutionary Perspective: An Evolutionary Perspective

Psychology University of Redlands Catherine A. Salmon Assistant Professor, Psychology Florida Atlantic University Todd K. Shackelford Professor - Social Science - 2007 - 376 pages
Kinship ties-the close relationships found within the family-have been a central focus of evolutionary biological analyses of social behavior ever since biologist William ...
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