Attractive Female Romantic Partners Provide a Proxy for Unobservable Male Qualities: The When and Why Behind Human Female Mate Choice CopyingShow full item record
|Title||Attractive Female Romantic Partners Provide a Proxy for Unobservable Male Qualities: The When and Why Behind Human Female Mate Choice Copying|
|Author||Rodeheffer, C. D.; Proffitt Leyva, R. P.; Hill, S. E.|
|Subject||female mate choice copying
desirability enhancement effect
women's mate choice
women's mating psychology
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