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Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies.

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RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
RT @Martin_Moder: Männer, die in polygamen Gesellschaften leben, sind aggresiver. Vermutlich aufgrund von sexuellem Konkurrenzdruck. https…
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
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RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
Those appalled by #Weinstein might start to study the causes of male aggression. https://t.co/ZnTjI8EHFB #Science, not #politics
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
RT @gkushnick: Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
Male aggressiveness as intrasexual contest competition in 78 societies. https://t.co/8arF9L544P via @thePeerJ
61 days ago
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
61 days ago
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
63 days ago
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
64 days ago
RT @DegenRolf: Male aggression is higher in societies where polygyny is allowed and men contribute less to subsistence than women. https://…
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Competing Interests

There are no competing interests.

Author Contributions

Tara-Lyn Carter conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools, wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

Geoff Kushnick conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools, wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

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The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

The raw data are already available in the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample data which is readily available.

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The authors received no funding for this work.


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