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  1. "The greater the complexity in a society, the greater the possibility for envy and resentment to arise [between co-wives]" (83).Jankowiak, William - Co-wife conflict and co-operation, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This article offers an exploratory study of the structural and psychological influences related co-wife conflict and cooperation.

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  2. "There will be less competition between postmenopausal and reproductively nubile women [in polygynous marriage] as women age" (84).Jankowiak, William - Co-wife conflict and co-operation, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This article offers an exploratory study of the structural and psychological influences related co-wife conflict and cooperation.

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  3. "Co-wife conflict will be more prevalent in societies where women are responsible for material production" (83).Jankowiak, William - Co-wife conflict and co-operation, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This article offers an exploratory study of the structural and psychological influences related co-wife conflict and cooperation.

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  4. Sexual and emotional access is a common reason given for co-wife conflict.Jankowiak, William - Co-wife conflict and co-operation, 2005 - 0 Variables

    This article offers an exploratory study of the structural and psychological influences related co-wife conflict and cooperation.

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  5. "Co-wife conflict will arise over real and imagined inequalities in the distribution of material resources among their children" (84).Jankowiak, William - Co-wife conflict and co-operation, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This article offers an exploratory study of the structural and psychological influences related co-wife conflict and cooperation.

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  6. "There will be more health-care and social security relationships reported for matrilineal than for patrilineal systems" (83).Jankowiak, William - Co-wife conflict and co-operation, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This article offers an exploratory study of the structural and psychological influences related co-wife conflict and cooperation.

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  7. There will be a relationship between the romantic-sexual kiss and social complexity.Jankowiak, William - Is the romantic-sexual kiss a near human universal?, 2015 - 2 Variables

    The authors examine a world-wide sample of cultures to assess whether the romantic-sexual kiss is a human universal. They also test for an association between romantic-sexual kissing and social complexity.

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  8. Cross-culturally, societies with more frequent warfare will be more likely to have more severe food shortages (648).Ember, Melvin - Statistical evidence for an ecological explaination of warfare, 1982 - 2 Variables

    This study retests the data presented by Sillitoe (1977) in his study of the relationship between likelihood of warfare and population density in New Guinea. Contrary to Sillitoe, the author finds a strong and significant association between the two variables. The author also finds a significant relationship between the severity of food shortages and the frequency of warfare cross-culturally.

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  9. The romantic-sexual kiss is not a human universal.Jankowiak, William - Is the romantic-sexual kiss a near human universal?, 2015 - 1 Variables

    The authors examine a world-wide sample of cultures to assess whether the romantic-sexual kiss is a human universal. They also test for an association between romantic-sexual kissing and social complexity.

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  10. There will be a significant difference between social complexity and the use of self help tactics in response to infidelity (3).Jankowiak, William - Individual and societal response to sexual betrayal: a view from around the ..., 2007 - 2 Variables

    This study tests several hypotheses that men and women are differentially invested in their partner's sexual fidelity. Using a cross-cultural sample authors analyze women's and men's responses to sexual infidelity.

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