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Why You Date Who You Date: Evolutionary Psychology Explains
Mating Intelligence Unleashed | Glenn Geher
You see evolutionary psychology is referenced a lot, and some of the concepts taken from this scientific discipline are not necessarily translated very well. So sometimes you see erroneous ideas and it could be misleading, and it's attributed to research whereas it's not really well researched; the points that people will be making and kind of making a stretch and leap from what evolutionary psychology actually does prove. So, today we're looking at what the research in evolutionary psychology actually does say, how good the research is in terms of its quality, and where it's most misunderstood, and some of it's most interesting findings to date. Today's guest is very well positioned to comment on this topic, as he is one of the best-known researchers in the field of evolutionary psychology. And his book The Mating Mind, published in , is one of the most referenced. Geoffrey Miller has had a long career in research starting with his PhD in cognitive psychology at Stanford University. Since then, he has held evolutionary psychology positions at a variety of universities in the U.
Online dating — the psychology (and reality)
Picture a woman in her early 20s, with smooth and glowing skin, shiny hair, full lips, and bright eyes. She has a perfect body figure and her voluptuous hips sway gracefully as she walks past by. Why does this type of woman appeal to men? It comes as no surprise, then, if a horde of men is lining up to impress and date the woman described above.
Welcome to The Psychology Podcast with Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman, where we give you insights into the mind, brain, behavior and creativity. Each episode will feature a guest who will stimulate your mind, and give you a greater understanding of yourself, others, and the world we live in. Thanks for listening and enjoy the podcast.