Mate choice is one of—if not the—most popular topics of study in evolutionary psychology. Much of this research has focused on sex differences in mate preferences, and has been claimed to be supportive of “universal sex differences in preferences for attractiveness and resources”. Consistent with this, Walter et al. (2020)
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