Behavioral and Brain Sciences



Short Communication

On sociosexual cognitive architecture


Thomas E. Dickins a1
a1 School of Psychology, University of East London, London E15 4LZ, United Kingdom t.dickins@uel.ac.uk www.uel.ac.uk/psychology/staff/dickin_t.htm

Abstract

Schmitt has equivocated about the underlying psychology of sociosexuality, but from the data presented in the target article, it would appear that he has drawn out the underlying cognitive architecture. In this commentary, I describe this architecture and discuss two emerging hypotheses about heterosexual and homosexual male sociosexuality.



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