It is one of the best that I have read on the subject and is a useful resource for anyone interested in the field of sexual selection and reproductive behavior in humans I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in human reproduction from an evolutionary perspective. The amount of material covered is impressive and the maintenance of academic rigor while producing an interesting, readable text is to be applauded. This is a valuable read for undergraduate and graduate students who will set this book down with a greater understanding of the dynamic nature of reproductive behavior, free from normative language regarding human sexuality and essentialized sex roles found in other published materials.--Ryan Schacht"American Journal of Human Biology" (10/01/2013)"Review:
A very good book A strong case can be made that real sex education would go beyond Plumbing 101 and emulate this book--actually teaching about sexual behavior from an evolutionary perspective. With backgrounds in anthropology the authors do an especially good job describing what William James might have called the varieties of sexual experience.--David P. Barash"Chronicle of Higher Education" (10/14/2013)"
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