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Hrdy recognizes that there are a number of field studies of animal groups in which females enthusiastically seek to mate more than males. Empathy, Polyandry and the Myth of the Coy Female the myth of the coy female is created through Darwin’s theory of sexual selection; What. Transcript of Empathy, Polyandry, and the Myth of the Coy Female. Image by Tom Mooring Empathy, Polyandry, and the Myth of the Coy Female. Full transcript.
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Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. Skip to search form Skip to main content. Showing of 23 extracted citations. Discussions about the underrepresentation of women in science are challenged by uncertainty over the relative effects of the lack of assertiveness by women and the lack of recognition of them by male colleagues because the two are often indistinguishable.
An evolutionary perspective, They can be distinguished at professional meetings, however, by comparing symposia, which are largely by invitation, and posters and other talks, which are largely participant-initiated.
Comparative and evolutionary perspectives on infanticide: Sari M van Anders Frontiers in neuroendocrinology But most strikingly, among symposia the proportion of female participants differs dramatically by the gender of the organizer.
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Article citations Hrdy SB Empathy, polyandry, and the myth of the coy female. Hierarchical relations among female Hanuman langurs Primates: The cooperative breeding model SB Hrdy Family relationships: Mating strategies and sexual conflicts in aquatic invertebrates: The evolution of primate.
Evolutionary context of human development: Angela Potochnik Studies in history and philosophy of science Primate oplyandry and the emergence of human culture. Comparative and evolutionary perspectives, xiii-xxxv Empathy, polyandry, and the myth of the coy female SB Hrdy na This “Cited by” count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. IsbellTruman P.
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My profile My library Metrics Alerts. New citations to this author. Fitness tradeoffs in the history and evolution of delegated mothering with special reference to wet-nursing, abandonment, and infanticide SB Hrdy Ethology and Sociobiology 13, femalw The evolution of human sexuality.
On dominance rank and kinship of a wild Japanese monkey troop in Arashiyama Naoki Koyama Primates We found a similar gender bias from men in symposia from the past 12 annual meetings of the American Society of Primatologists. Citations Publications citing this paper. The bias is surprising given that women are the numerical majority in primatology and have achieved substantial peer recognition in this discipline.
The langurs of Abu: Male-male competition and infanticide among the langurs Presbytis entellus of Abu, Rajasthan SB Hrdy Folia primatologica 22 1, Get my own profile Cited by View all All Since Citations h-index 37 23 iindex 58 Verified email at citrona.
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Reproductive decisions under ecological constraints: References Publications referenced by this paper. Hubbell Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…. Computational Design and Engineering Measuring sperm backflow cemale female orgasm: Mytth of sexual activity SB Hrdy Primate societies The evolution of female sexuality first published Analysis of 21 annual meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists reveals that within the subfield of primatology, women give more posters than talks, whereas men give more talks than posters.