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Background and overview of the book -- Methodology -- Extended female sexuality -- The evolution of human mating systems and parental care -- Female ornaments and signaling -- The evolution of women's permanent ornaments -- Good genes and mate choice -- Estrus -- Women's estrus -- Women's estrus, pair-bonding, and extra-pair sex -- Concealed fertility -- Coevolutionary processes: men's counterstrategies and women's responses to them -- Reflections
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Randy Thornhill (born 1944) is an American entomologist and evolutionary biologist. He is a professor of biology at the University of New Mexico, and was president of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society from 2011 to 2013. He is known for his evolutionary explanation of rape as well as his work on insect mating systems and the Parasite-Stress Theory.
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