Mating Intelligence Sex, Relationships, and the Mind's Reproductive System
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Description: Human intelligence is sexually attractive, and strongly predicts the success of sexual relationships, but the behavioral sciences have usually ignored the interface between intelligence and mating. This is the first serious scholarly effort to explore that interface, by examining both universals and individual differences in human mating intelligence. Contributors include some of the most prominent evolutionary psychologists and promising new researchers in human intelligence, social psychology, intimate relationships, and sexuality. David Buss' Foreword and the opening chapter explore what 'mating intelligence' means, and why it is central to human cognition and sexuality. The book's six sections then examine (1) our mating mechanismsuniversal emotional and cognitive adaptations for mating intelligentlythat guide mate search, mate choice, and courtship; (2) how mating intelligence strategically guides ourchoice of mating tactics and partners given different relationship goals, personality traits, forms of deception, and the existence of children; (3) the genetic and psychiatric causes of individual differences in mating intelligence; (4) how we use mental fitness indicatorsforms of human intelligence such as creativity, humor, and emotional intelligenceto attract and retain sexual partners; (5) the ecological and social contexts of mating intelligence; (6) integrative models of mating intelligence that can guide future research. Mating Intelligenceis intended for researchers, advanced students, and courses in human sexuality, intimate relationships, intelligence research, behavior genetics, and evolutionary, personality, social, and clinical psychology.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 7/20/2007
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Mating Intelligence: Toward an Evolutionarily Informed Construct|
|Mate Search and Mating Intelligence|
|How Self-Assessments Can Guide Human Mating Decisions|
|Mating Intelligence in Personal Ads|
|Strategic Flexibility in Mating Intelligence|
|Intelligent Priorities: Adaptive Long-and Short-Term Mate Preferences|
|Personality, Mating Strategies, and Mating Intelligence|
|Deception and Self-Deception as Strategies in Short and Long-Term Mating|
|How Having Children Affects Mating Psychology|
|Mental Fitness Indicators and Mating Intelligence|
|The Role of Mutations in Human Mating|
|Mental Disorders as Catastrophic Failures of Mating Intelligence|
|Mating Intelligence and Other Individual Differences|
|The Role of Creativity and Humor in Mate Selection|
|Emotional Intelligence, Relationship Quality, and Partner Selection|
|Mating Intelligence and General Intelligence as Independent Constructs|
|The Ecological Context of Mating Intelligence|
|Brain Size, Intelligence, and Paleoclimatic Variation|
|Ecological Constraints on Mating Tactics|
|Mating Intelligence: Frequently Asked Questions|
|Mating Intelligence: An Integrative Model and Future Research Directions|