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Africa, Animals, and College: Buss Strategies of Human Mating VANITY 217 MENENDEZ JUSTICE Dominick Dunne Reports from The Strategies of Human Mating A theory of human sexual strategies accounts for the observation that people qualities in the opposite sex MARCH 1994/$3.00 Worldwide are attracted to the same David M. Buss Some of the studies we discuss are based on surveys of male and female college students in the United States In these instances, the sexual attitudes of the sample population may noth reflective of the behavior of people in other cul- tures. In other instances, however, the results rep resent a much broader spectrum of the human population. In collaboration with 50 other scien- tists, we surveyed the mating preferences of more than 10,000 men and women in 37 coun- tries over a six-year period spanning 1984 through 1989. Although no survey, short of can- vassing the entire human population, can be con- sidered exhaustive, our study crosses a tremen- dous diversity of geographic, cultural, political, ethnic, religious, racial and economic groups. It is the largest survey ever on mate preferences What we found is contrary to much current hat do men and women want in a mate? Is there anything consistent about human behavior when it comes to the search for a mate? Would a Gujarati of India be attracted to the same traits in a mate as a Zulu of South Africa or a college student in the midwestern United States? Exclusive Interview FIDEL CASTRO BREAKS HIS LONG SILENCE by Ann Louise Bardach As a psychologist working in the field of hu- man personality and mating preferences,I have Come across many attempts to answer such ques- tions and provide a coherent explanation of hu- man mating patterns. Some theories have sug- gested that people search for mates who resemble archetypical images of the opposite-sex parent (à la Freud and Jung), that are either complementary or similar to one's Own qualities, or mates with whom to make an equitable exchange of valuable resources These theories have played important roles thinking among social scientists, which holds CONTROLLING CLINTON George Stephanopoulos's Tough Job by Marjorie Williams END OF AN HEIRESS Doris Duke's Final Mystery by Bob Colacello ARETHA FRANKLIN or mates with characteristics Familiy Nalue's that the process of choosing a mate is highly cul- ture-bound. Instead, our results are consistent with the notion that human beings, like other in our understanding of human mating pat- terns,but few of them have provided specific predictions that can be tested. Fewer still con- sider the origins and functions of an individ- animals, exhibit species-typical desires when it comes to the selection of a mate. These patterns can be accounted for by our theory of human sexual strategies ual's mating preferences. What possible func- tion is there to mating with an individual who is an archetypical image of one's opposite-sex par- ent? Most theories also tend to assume that the b. Cdword Kloin strategies of human mating
Africa, Animals, and College: Buss
 Strategies of Human Mating
 VANITY
 217
 MENENDEZ JUSTICE
 Dominick Dunne Reports from
 The Strategies of Human Mating
 A theory of human sexual strategies accounts for the observation that people
 qualities in the opposite sex
 MARCH 1994/$3.00
 Worldwide are attracted to the same
 David M. Buss
 Some of the studies we discuss are based on
 surveys of male and female college students in
 the United States In these instances, the sexual
 attitudes of the sample population may noth
 reflective of the behavior of people in other cul-
 tures. In other instances, however, the results rep
 resent a much broader spectrum of the human
 population. In collaboration with 50 other scien-
 tists, we surveyed the mating preferences of
 more than 10,000 men and women in 37 coun-
 tries over a six-year period spanning 1984
 through 1989. Although no survey, short of can-
 vassing the entire human population, can be con-
 sidered exhaustive, our study crosses a tremen-
 dous diversity of geographic, cultural, political,
 ethnic, religious, racial and economic groups. It is
 the largest survey ever on mate preferences
 What we found is contrary to much current
 hat do men and women want in a mate?
 Is there anything consistent about human
 behavior when it comes to the search for a
 mate? Would a Gujarati of India be attracted to
 the same traits in a mate as a Zulu of South
 Africa or a college student in the midwestern
 United States?
 Exclusive Interview
 FIDEL CASTRO
 BREAKS HIS
 LONG SILENCE
 by Ann Louise Bardach
 As a psychologist working in the field of hu-
 man personality and mating preferences,I have
 Come across many attempts to answer such ques-
 tions and provide a coherent explanation of hu-
 man mating patterns. Some theories have sug-
 gested that people search for mates who resemble
 archetypical images of the opposite-sex parent (à
 la Freud and Jung),
 that are either complementary or similar to one's
 Own qualities, or mates with whom to make an
 equitable exchange of valuable resources
 These theories have played important roles thinking among social scientists, which holds
 CONTROLLING
 CLINTON
 George
 Stephanopoulos's
 Tough Job
 by Marjorie Williams
 END OF
 AN HEIRESS
 Doris Duke's
 Final Mystery
 by Bob Colacello
 ARETHA FRANKLIN
 or mates with characteristics
 Familiy
 Nalue's
 that the process of choosing a mate is highly cul-
 ture-bound. Instead, our results are consistent
 with the notion that human beings, like other
 in our understanding of human mating pat-
 terns,but few of them have provided specific
 predictions that can be tested. Fewer still con-
 sider the origins and functions of an individ- animals, exhibit species-typical desires when it
 comes to the selection of a mate. These patterns
 can be accounted for by our theory of human
 sexual strategies
 ual's mating preferences. What possible func-
 tion is there to mating with an individual who is
 an archetypical image of one's opposite-sex par-
 ent? Most theories also tend to assume that the
 b. Cdword Kloin
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