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ObjectivesMass shooters, violent extremists, and terrorists, who are overwhelmingly male, exhibit misogynistic attitudes and a history of violence against women. Over the past few years, incels (“involuntary celibates”) have gathered in online communities to discuss their frustration with...
Incels (involuntary celibates) are an online subculture community of men who form an identity around their perceived inability to form sexual or romantic relationships. They attribute their lack of success to genetic factors, evolved mate preferences, and social inequities. While we have a deep...
In my response to Costello and Buss’ “Why Isn’t There More Incel Violence”, I address our disagreement over whether the incel movement engages in simulated coalitional bargaining and present an alternative hypothesis regarding suicidal ideation among incels.
PurposeThis study examined associations of older men’s and women’s retired status with their biological age acceleration, and mediation of these linkages by depressive symptoms.MethodsData were from the 2010–2016 waves of the Health and Retirement Study, nationally representative of older U.S....
PurposeWomen have evolved to conceal overt signs of ovulatory status. Evidence shows that men find high fertility women to be more attractive than low fertility women, suggesting that men may be sensitive to subtle cues to fertility. However, studies have yet to explain the variance in men’s...
Objectives and MethodAnecdotal reports indicate more severe psychological distress following technological catastrophes in comparison to natural disasters. Previous research also suggests a more negative evaluation of the outcomes of disasters if they are manmade. On the other hand, evolutionary...
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