Agression as an adaptive response

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  • Agression as an adaptive response
    • Evolutionary explanations
      • Sexual jealousy
        • Cockholdry
          • Deterance stratagies
            • Direct guarding
            • Negative inducements
              • Sexual cohersion
              • Beating
                • Uroxocide
                  • Daley and Wilson
                    • Death is an unintended outcome, as neg inducements are designed to control not kill
            • Buss
            • The use of conferreing benefits could be used in mate retention
      • Agression arises as men cannot be 100% sure da baba is their's
        • Sexual jealousy
          • Cockholdry
            • Deterance stratagies
              • Direct guarding
              • Negative inducements
                • Sexual cohersion
                • Beating
                  • Uroxocide
                    • Daley and Wilson
                      • Death is an unintended outcome, as neg inducements are designed to control not kill
              • Buss
              • The use of conferreing benefits could be used in mate retention
        • Evidence
          • Wilson
            • Questionaire
              • Women who agreed with "he does not want me talking to other men were twice as likely to have exp. serious violence
                • With 72% requiring medical attention
            • Dobash and dobash
              • Of  studies on abused women women cite extreme jealous as key motivator of attack
          • Of  studies on abused women women cite extreme jealous as key motivator of attack
          • Dobash and dobash
          • Daly and wilson
      • Homocide
        • Statistically more common in men
        • Explanations
          • Lack of resources
            • Wilson and Daley
              • Studied homicide in Detroit
                • 43% of victims and 41% of perpetrators were unemployed
                • Also 73% were unmarried suggesting lack of long-term relationship led to increased competion
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          • Loss of status
          • Sexual jealousy
            • Men predominantly victims and killers
              • Daly and Wilson
                • Summarised 8 love triangles and found that 92% of the homicides were male male
    • Lack of resources
      • Wilson and Daley
        • Studied homicide in Detroit
          • 43% of victims and 41% of perpetrators were unemployed
          • Also 73% were unmarried suggesting lack of long-term relationship led to increased competion
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