https://en.wikipedia.org/.../Theoretical_foundations_of_evolutionary_ psychologyThe theoretical foundations of evolutionary psychology are the general and
specific scientific theories that explain the ultimate origins of psychological traits
in terms of evolution. These theories originated with Charles Darwin's work,
including his ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolutionary_aestheticsEvolutionary aesthetics refers to evolutionary psychology theories in which the
basic aesthetic ... Darwinian Literary Studies (aka Literary Darwinism) is a branch
of literary criticism that studies literature, including aesthetical aspects, in the ...
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Steven J. Scher, Frederick Rauscher - 2012 - Psychology
No case, Darwin wrote, interested and perplexed me so much as the brightly ...
Amaximally swollen female chimp mates 14 times an hour with thirteen ...
https://apps.cla.umn.edu/directory/items/publication/331724.pdf13 Jan 2016 ... Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection, object relations ..... degree to
which prospective mates (1) are likely to be good investors in ...
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rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/royptb/367/1600/2248.full.pdfMales figured more prominently than females in Darwin's view of sexual ... a
female's choice of mates [1,2]. ... with Darwin's views on natural selection,
https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/.../ 3041451fc605f3ba082e61967f7b0de7c627.pdfCharles Darwin was the first to look at human facial expressions the way, ....
mates.1 For example, he noted that the bared-teeth expression, shown in FIG-.
Hugh Mackay - 2011
... and generosity may be found in Darwin's theory of sexual selection: 'Altruism ...
important partner qualities likely to attract potential mates.' In other words, ...