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School: University of Oregon
Department: Sociology
Course: Hum Attrct & Mat Strat >3
Professor: Sugiyama l
Term: Fall 2015
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Name: ANTH 332 - Week 1 Notes
Description: Week 1 Notes
Uploaded: 02/05/2017
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And what assessment adaptations do we have?




- But how does psychology that generates attractiveness assessment come about?




- Why Attractiveness?



Course Intro (Day 1) 1/11/17 - Why Attractiveness? - We are powerfully attracted by some aspects of the real world. (strawberries) - We are less attracted or repulsed by slightly different versions of objects we  are attracted to. (rotten strawberries) - This applies to both objects & people. - Small physical diffWe also discuss several other topics like calorado river
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erences can have large effects. - Why? - Preference mechanisms motivate us to engage in behaviors that tended to increase fitness under the environmental conditions  in which they were selected. - Eating ripe fruit supplies our ancestors bodies w/ vital  nutrients & calories. - Sexual attracting to sexually mature members of  opposite sex increased our ancestors chances of  reproducing. - In short, many preferences are present because they  increased the probability that their bearers would  interact w/ preferred stimulus in ways that tended to  increase the distribution of the suite of alleles linked w/  development of that preference. - A main point in this talk: in mating, cues to life stage plays important roles in determining  reproductive value - Female Attractiveness & Cues to Mate Value - Cues to sex - Phenotypic quality - Health - Symmetry - Clear skin - Shiny hair - Residual reproductive value - Fertility - Industriousness - Kindness - Trustworthiness - Female beauty & cues of youth linked because residual reproductive value highest @  1st ovulatory cycle - Evolutionary Mismatches, Byproducts, & Chance - Individuals may be attracted to objects that exhibit cuesCourse Intro (Day 1) 1/11/17 - Associated w/ fitness enhancing properties under ancestral conditions but lack fitness enhancing properties themselves - Individuals may also have preferences for cues that were not under selection per se - Not all inter­personal attraction is sexual - Mate - Offspring - Allies - Allo­parents - Friends - Physical Attractiveness for Mating - Fundamental adaptive problem is finding mate who is - Same species - Opposite sex - Reproductive life stage - Fertility & reproductive value - Other important problems - Good genes - Good phenotypic condition - Social / political position & skills - Ability & willingness to invest - Symons says - People don’t come pre­labeled - Selection is predicted to result in adaptations associated w/ - High female reproductive value - Particularly if male can monopolize female reproduction - But also because # of fertile days in woman’s life are limited - Peak fertility - Note: Preference for cues of peak residual reproductive value hasn’t seemed to pan  out in survey research. - Some of this information can be assessed physically. One cue reproductive value may be waist to hip ratio. - But how does psychology that generates attractiveness assessment come about? And  what assessment adaptations do we have?

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