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Дэвид Басс — профессор психологии Техасского университета в Остине, автор девяти книг, в том числе «Зачем женщины занимаются сексом» (Why Women Have Sex), «Убийца по соседству» (The Murderer Next Door) и «Опасная страсть» (The Dangerous Passion), а также учебника «Эволюционная психология» (Evolutionary Psychology), на настоящий момент выдержавшего пять изданий. Живет в Остине, штат Техас.


[1] Проспект на Манхэттене в Нью-Йорке, где когда-то располагалось большинство рекламных агентств. Символ торговой рекламы. — Прим. ред.

[2] Снисходительная манера разговора, при которой мужчина объясняет что-то женщине с помощью упрощенных формулировок. — Прим. ред.
Переводчик Мария Кульнева

Редактор Вячеслав Ионов

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Корректор Е. Аксёнова

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Переводчик Мария Кульнева

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Эволюция сексуального влечения: Стратегии поиска партнеров / Дэвид Басс; Пер. с англ. — М.: Альпина Паблишер, 2017.

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11

Jankowiak and Fisher 1992.




22

Beach and Tesser 1988; Sternberg 1988.




33

Darwin 1859, 1871.




44

Среди главных работ, продвигающих идеи эволюционной психологии, можно назвать Cosmides and Tooby 1987; Daly and Wilson 1988; Pinker 1997; Thornhill and Thornhill 1990a; Symons 1979; и Buss 1989a, 1991a.




55

Rozin 1976.




66

Collias and Collias 1970.




77

Le Boeuf 1974.




88

Vandenberg 1972.




99

Smuts 1987; Lindburg 1971; Seyfarth 1976.




1010

Thornhill and Alcock 1983.




1111

Daly, Wilson, and Weghorst 1982; Symons 1979; Buss et al. 1992.




1212

Erickson and Zenone 1976.




1313

Betzig 1989.




1414

Thornhill 1980a.




1515

Buss and Schmitt 1993.




1616

Bailey et al. 1994.




1717

Bobrow and Bailey 2001.




1818

Обзор данных приведен в Rahman and Wilson (2003). Хотя большинство исследований указывает на умеренную наследуемость, равную примерно 50 %, в некоторых работах показатель согласованности гомосексуальной ориентации у монозиготных близнецов снижается до 20–30 %, что позволяет предположить более скромную роль наследственности.




1919

Общий обзор см. в Bobrow and Bailey 2001; Muscarella 2000; McKnight 1997.




2020

Symons 1987.




2121

Low 1989.




2222

Guttentag and Secord 1983; Kim Hill, personal communication, May 17, 1991.




2323

См. Quote Investigator, «Exploring the Origins of Quotations,» February 9, 2011 (updated August 17, 2014), http://quoteinvestigator.com/2011/02/09/darwinism hope pray/. Стоит отметить, что эта цитата может быть недостоверной.




2424

Daly and Wilson 1988.




2525

Chagnon 1988.







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