Muscularity and Strength Affect Individual Variation in Self-Perception of Fighting Ability in Men [Artículo]

Dejamos a su disposición el estudio realizado por nuestro Laboratorio de Comportamiento Animal y Humano.

Objective: There is evidence that competitive conflicts are the main form of intrasexual competition among men. The capacity to recognize visual cues of fighting ability in competitors is thought to be an important characteristic that allows men to avoid the costs of contest competition. However, for an accurate comparison to take place, individuals need to compare the fighting ability of their competitors to their own to assess this asymmetry.

 

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