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lec02 - 4/8/09 Lecture 02: Reproduction FOCUS AND KEYSTONE...

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4/8/09 1 FOCUS AND KEYSTONE SLIDE Selectivity Attraction Situational Factors Physical Factors Psychological Factors Relationships Lecture 02: Reproduction Selectivity Attraction Situational Factors Physical Factors Psychological Factors Relationships Lecture 02: Reproduction Lecture 02: Reproduction
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4/8/09 2 Genes that make us want sex are likely to be passed on Lecture 02: Reproduction Lecture 02: Reproduction Lecture 02: Reproduction Selectivity Attraction Situational Factors Physical Factors Psychological Factors Relationships Lecture 02: Reproduction
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4/8/09 3 Selectivity All men are not created equal Selectivity Good Genes Parental Investment The Right Stuff Selectivity Differential Costs of Reproduction High costs and risks of pregnancy Low physical cost or risk 9-18 months of missed opportunities 1 minute of missed opportunities Expensive & limited eggs Cheap & unlimited sperm Males Females Selectivity Women Are More Selective Than Men 47 0 53 75 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Go on date with me? Go to Bed with me? % Responding "YES" WOMEN MEN
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4/8/09 4 Selectivity Women Are More Selective Than Men Likelihood of Consenting to Intercourse MEN WOMEN 1 hr 1 mo 1 yr 5 yr LENGTH OF ACQUAINTANCE Definitely No Definitely Yes Selectivity The Amazons Selecting A Man for Dinner Selectivity Attraction Situational Factors Physical Factors Psychological Factors Relationships Lecture 02: Reproduction Attraction: Situational Factors Propinquity
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4/8/09 5 Opportunity Attraction: Situational Factors Opportunity Motivation Attraction: Situational Factors 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Expect Interaction with Person 1 Expect Interaction with Person 2 PREDICTED LIKING
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2010 for the course PSY 1 taught by Professor Fridlund during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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lec02 - 4/8/09 Lecture 02: Reproduction FOCUS AND KEYSTONE...

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