Prehistoric humans are likely to have formed mating networks to avoid inbreeding (read more)
Untangling what goes on when a relationship is being questioned (read more)
Well, we’ve all done things in the heat of passion that, in other circumstances, would seem a touch yucky (now give that hairbrush a good wash, madam). Actually, in the cold light of morning, the whole business of the sexual act might be worthy of a disgust response, if we were truly to apply the kind of parameters we apply to other aspects of our lives. (read more)
playfulness may serve an evolutionary role in human mating preferences by signaling positive qualities to potential long-term mates.
Just as birds display bright plumage or coloration, men may attract women by showing off expensive cars or clothing. (read more)