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Feb 24, 2023Liked by Sebastian Jensen

A counter-theory: SMV might be biased towards bone, metabolism, and facial metrics in the short term, and GFP + g-factor (turning to some kind of SES factor) for the long run. Very tempted to bet heritability rates are 65%~70% and 80% perceptively.

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see John Archer's study on male female differences. Under mate preferences (I think these are for LTR's) the male female differences, measured by Cohen's d, are:

Male preference: good cook/housekeeper, good looks, chastity

Female preference: age, financial prospects, ambitiousness/industriousness, social status/dominance

These are relative preferences (male:female) so this doesn't mean chicks all dig old dudes. Just means men lean strongly towards youth, females are open to significant age difference.

http://clok.uclan.ac.uk/26186/6/26186%20Archer_final_queries%2520BR%2520paper.pdf

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