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30-10-2020, 17:27   #1
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Any opinions on this controversial neuropsychology conclusion?

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...n=wolearlyview

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Intelligence and physical violence emerged as being especially likely to boost sex partner accumulation for the number of lifetime sex partners and nonrelationship partners in men
Basically says more violent dudes acquire more sexual partners.

If this was coming from the bro-science manual anyone would conclude, "par for the course", but a legitimately documented research article?

Thoughts?
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30-10-2020, 19:49   #2
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Actually is this better suited to psychology sub forum?

I'm coming at it from the POV of neural activity.

Violence would intuitively be associated with more acute nerve firing.

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