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The “good genes” explanation of attractiveness posits that mate preferences favour healthy individuals due to direct and indirect benefits associated with the selection of a healthy mate. Consequently, attractiveness judgements are likely to reflect judgements of apparent health. One physical...
Genomic imprinting, a newly discovered and significant form of gene regulation, refers to the differential expression of a gene depending on whether it is inherited from the male or female parent. The genetic conflict theory of genomic imprinting postulates that conflicts between the genetic...
De Clérambault's syndrome (erotomania), the delusion of being loved by another person, is characterized by consistent sex differences in prevalence rates, sociodemographic data, and behavior directed towards the perceived ‘love object’. The aim of the present review of 246 worldwide cases...
The magnitude of fluctuating asymmetry (FA)—an indicator of genetic and phenotypic quality—can be affected by genetic perturbations, environmental stressors, and maternal effect (maternal age, diseases, dietary deficiency). Maternal effect on human FA has been typically investigated in...
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