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1988 Mate guarding in a Caribbean village Ethology and Sociobiology 9 1 1 28 . S W

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Authors: Lisa Dillon, Nicole Nowak, Kraig Shattuck, Glenn Weisfeld, Carol Weisfeld, E. Imamoğlu, Marina Butovskaya and Shen Jiliang

Buss , D.M. (2002): Human mate guarding. Neuroendocrinology Letters , 23, 23–29. Buss D.M. Human mate guarding Neuroendocrinology Letters

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. Ethology and Sociobiology , 9 , 291 – 317 . Buss , D. M. ( 2000 ). The dangerous passion: Why jealousy is as necessary as love and sex . New York : Free Press . Buss , D. M. ( 2002 ). Human mate guarding . Neuroendocrinology Letters , 23

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Authors: Christopher D. Watkins, Lisa M. Debruine, Anthony C. Little, David R. Feinberg, Paul J. Fraccaro and Benedict C. Jones

of women's desires and men's mate guarding across the ovulatory cycle Hormones and Behaviour 49 509 518 . W. L

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2002 Human mate guarding Neuroendocrinology Letters 23 23 29 . A. P. Buunk

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Evolution helps understand virtually all aspects of human societies. This includes mate-guarding ( Buss, 2002 ) and the emergence of patriarchal organization ( Smuts, 1995 ). Saini acknowledges a link between sexual jealousy and patriarchy, but

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Authors: Abraham P. Buunk and Odette van Brummen-Girigori

Differences , 39 , 1349 – 1360 . Flinn , M. V. ( 1988 ). Mate guarding in a Caribbean village . Ethology and Sociobiology , 9 , 1 – 28 . Gangestad , S. W. , Haselton , M. G. , Welling , L. L. , Gildersleeve , K. , Pillsworth , E. G

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Haselton , M.G. and Gangestad , S.W. (2006): Conditional expression of women’s desires and men’s mate guarding across the ovulatory cycle. Hormones and Behavior , 49, 509–518. Gangestad S

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mate guarding in a ground beetle . Behav. Ecol. 19 , 1173 – 1178 . 10.1093/beheco/arn090 Tompkins , L. , Hall , J

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