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

Brewer, G. and Riley, C. (2009): Height, relationship satisfaction, jealousy, and mate retention. Evolutionary Psychology , 7, 477–489. Riley C. Height, relationship satisfaction

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. , Ellison , C. G. , Sherkat , D. E. , & Gore , K. A. ( 2007 ). Are there religious variations in marital infidelity? Journal of Family Issues , 28 , 1553 – 1581 . Buss , D. M. ( 1988 ). From vigilance to violence: Tactics of mate retention

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analysis of human mating . Psychological Review , 100 , 204 – 232 . Buss , D. M. , & Shackelford , T. K. ( 1997 ). From vigilance to violence: Mate retention tactics in married

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Evolution & Human Behavior 24 113 117 . D. M. Buss 1988 From vigilance to violence: Tactics of mate

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763 778 Brewer, G. and Riley, C. (2009): Height, relationship satisfaction, jealousy and mate retention. Evolutionary Psychology , 7, 477

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Authors: Steven Arnocky, Shafik Sunderani and Tracy Vaillancourt

S Hoier D P Schmitt C W Lamunyon 2005 Mate retention, semen displacement, and human sperm

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

partners’ mate retention tactics across the menstrual cycle: Evidence for shifting conflicts of interest Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 269 975 982

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. D. M. Buss T. K. Shackelford 1997 From vigilance to violence: Mate retention tactics in married couples Journal of

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predicts differential ovulatory shifts in female extra-pair attraction and male mate retention Evolution and Human Behaviour 27 247 258

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-term commitment to another person. As the possibility of losing a mate can be regarded as a serious adaptive problem, it is reasonable to expect that selection has favored the solutions, in the form of emotional and behavioral responses intended for mate retention

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