Psychology 240

How do various behaviors of social dominance and courtship affect the evolutionary process?

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  1. Why do men and women take particular care with their looks when they are meeting the opposite sex? Why do try to show off their best attributes?

    Males and females instinctively want to mate with the healthiest and most attractive people. From an evolutionary standpoint, these unions produce the healthiest and most successful offspring.

    Other behaviors include diet, safe homes, and ability to supply the needs of a family.

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