1. Altruism, Cooperation, Generosity – Bereczkei Tamás oldala In one of our experiments (Bereczkei et al. ) we . Bereczkei T. Evolúciós pszichológia. Tamás Bereczkei of University of Pécs, Pécs (PTE) with expertise in: Behavioural így mind evolúciós pszichológiai, mind szervezetpszichológiai kutatásokban. a lélek] (Bereczkei Tamás); Iránytu az evolúciós pszichológiához [Bereczkei Tamás: Evolúciós pszichológia] (Kardos Péter); Intuitív aritmetika.
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According to the recent evolutionary theory, males and females have been selected for different kinds of mate preferences as behavioral adaptations in our ancestral past. Using lonely heart advertisements, we made an attempt to provide a detailed analysis of traits males and females offer and demand in the “bargaining” of reproductive values Bereczkei et al.
1. Altruism, Cooperation, Generosity – Bereczkei Tamás oldala
berefzkei Striking differences between the breeczkei have pszifholgia found in many of the measured 42 traits associated with physical attractiveness, financial condition, occupational status, domestic virtues, length of relationship, and marital status.
We have revealed not only that females were more likely than males to prefer resources in mates, even not only that females offering cues of physical attractiveness made higher demands than those who did not, but the better physical conditions the females offered, the higher financial and occupational status they required in potential mates. Similarly, males increased their reproductive success through choosing females of the greatest reproductive value: Surprisingly, women valued traits associated with family commitment of potential partners more than cues of resources, which is regarded as an adaptive answer to a particular cultural condition.
Contrary to cultural powerlessness hypothesis, women with higher status valued resources in mates even more than lower-ranked women. Males seeking short-term mates demanded physical attractiveness pszicholgai, and females seeking short-term mates preferred mates with many resources, compared to those pursuing long-term mating.
In the context of long-term mating, both sexes placed a greater emphasis on cues of family commitment rather than on those of resources and physical condition.
Finally, it turned out that as both males and, surprisingly, females age, they prefer relatively younger mates than themselves. The reproductive consequences of mate choice were found adaptive in a large Hungarian sample: The link between mating preferences and reproductive output may be mediated by marital success as a proximate mechanism.
Similarly, the age and berrczkei differences between spouses were associated with marriage quality.
We have been pursuing a research program that is focusing on the role of humour and laughing in mate choice Tisljar and Bereczkei Some aspects of humor can be interpreted as a product of natural selection for survival. Other features tamd humor could have evolved through sexual selection, and may function as courtship tools in the mating process.
Bereczkei Tamás – Pécsi Evolúciós Pszichológia Kutatócsoport
An experimental paradigm has been set up to test specific hypotheses concerning the role of humor in the context of short-term and long-term relationships and the differences between sexes in this respect. Roland Tisljar and Tamas Berecskei An evolutionary interpretation of humor and laughter. Osiris, Budapest, Bereczkei T.: A new perspective in the behavioral sciences.
Evidence for sexually antagonistic genes? Evolution and Human Behavior Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Back to Previous Menu.