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2. What did Shileds & Hanneke (1983) find?

  • Female victims of sexual coercion are more likely to have cheated than women who had not been victims to sexual coercion
  • Females beat men who were unfaithful
  • Men only sexually coerce women who no longer want to have sex

3. What is an limitation of this theory suggested by Buss & Shakelford (1997)?

  • Men act difffently - some men may used mate-renention, sexual coercion, uroxcide and some may become alcholics
  • Doesn't explain why women live longer than men
  • It isn't broad enough
  • It is just false

4. Camilleri (2004) said that: Sexual assault of a female by her male partner was directly linked with ____________________________?

  • Had lack of cooking skills
  • The percieved risk of her infidelity
  • The idea of her not being able to have any children
  • Lack of skills, motivation or maintenance difficulties

5. What did Daly et al (1982) find?

  • Sexual jealousy was most common motivation for US domestic disputes in US
  • Sexual jealousy had no influence on aggression
  • Jealousy promoted a stronger bond between the two partners

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