[mating]Examining the Relationship between Pair Stability and Fertility in Women from life course perspective A Case Study of a Population in Botswana


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Humans are characterized by long-term stable pair formation compared to other primates, however, cross-cultural studies have shown that pair stability varies between and within populations. The existence of variations in pair stability suggests that in some populations, long-term stable pairs may not be the optimal reproductive strategy. However, it is not clear how pair stability leads to fertili...


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