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28 August, 13:37

Christy's 17-year-old nephew seems to take a lot of risks compared to his sister. He drives faster than she does, smokes cigarettes, and has several casual sexual partners. How would an evolutionary psychologist explain the difference between her niece and nephew?

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  1. 28 August, 14:53
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    The correct answer is : Females are supposedly attracted to males who appear healthy and bold, which encourages males to behave this way.

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    Women prefer to stick-around dads. They prefer mates with the potential for long-term mating. They are more attracted to men who are dominant, bold, affluent and seem mature. What they look for are protection and support. They have a need to feel safe and there is an instinctive desire to feel protected by a man.
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