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What did Dobash and Dobash find?

Women cite extreme jealousy as the reason for male violence very often.

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What did Shackleford find in 2005? IDA related.

Two common mate retention strategies by males are intersexual negative inducements (shouting) and direct guarding. They are also indicators of potential future violence.

3

What did Goetz and Shackleford find?

Men who had sexually coerced their partners were more likely to accuse them of infidelity. Wives who had been sexually abused were more likely to admit to sexual infidelity.

4

What did Li and Kenrick find in 2006?

High status men receive more attention and are more desirable mates.

5

What did Daly and Wilson find regarding Deter/eliminate rivals? What makes it special?

92% of same sex love triangle murders were male to male. It was a meta-analysis of love triangle studies.

6

What did Daly and Wilson find in 1985 regarding acquiring male status?

A review of murders in 1972 found that the motive behind most murders was status. Most perpetrators also knew their victims.

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Women cite extreme jealousy as the reason for male violence very often.

Dobash and Dobash.

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Two common mate retention strategies by males are intersexual negative inducements (shouting) and direct guarding. They are also indicators of potential future violence.

Shackleford, 2005.

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Men who had sexually coerced their partners were more likely to accuse them of infidelity. Wives who had been sexually abused were more likely to admit to sexual infidelity.

Goetz and Shackleford.

10

High status men receive more attention and are more desirable mates.

Li and Kenrick, 2006.

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92% of same sex love triangle murders were male to male. It was a meta-analysis of love triangle studies.

Daly and Wilson.

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A review of murders in 1972 found that the motive behind most murders was status. Most perpetrators also knew their victims.

Daly and Wilson, 1985.