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Mating systems and fluctuating asymmetry: Firm foundations?

  • Innes C. Cuthill (a1) and Alasdair I. Houston (a1)


Gangestad & Simpson review sexual selection theory and discuss their work on fluctuating asymmetry and mate preference in humans. We question some aspects of their account and mention problems with the data. We also suggest that more theoretical work on complex but realistic mating systems is required.



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