How men and women respond to hypothetical parental discovery (Evolutionary Psychology 2015)


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Description: Bertamini, M. & Lyons, M. (2015). How men and women respond to hypothetical parental discovery: The importance of genetic relatedness. Evolutionary Psychology. 13(2): 424-434


Paternal uncertainty has shaped human behavior both in evolutionary and cultural terms. There has been much research investigating parenting as a function of genetic relatedness to the child, with a focus on male behavior, but the nature of these sex differences is hard to evaluate. We devised a hypothetical scenario that was as similar as possible for men and women to test whether, even in such a...


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