Patterns of paternal investment predict cross-cultural variation in jealous response
Nature Human Behavior • Vol/Iss. . • Nature Human Behavior • • Published In • Pages: 1-10 •
By Scelza, B. A., Prall, S. P., Blumenfield, T.
Increased levels of paternal provisioning were associated with harsher views of male, but not female sexual infidelity .
For a depiction of the severity ratings see figure 3 of the paper. Male = β=−0.69, 89% PI=−1.24 to −0.16, β(pr<0) = 97.9% Female = (β=−0.30, 89% PI=−0.94 to 0.34, β(pr<0) = 78.7%
|UNKNOWN||Supported||male = 97.9% female = 78.7%||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Sexual Infidelity||Dependent||Sex And Marital Offenses, Extramarital Sex Relations|
|Paternal provisioning||Independent||Family Relationships, Infant Care, Child Care|