Friday, January 16, 2009
The research paper from Kristina Durante, a Ph.D. student, and her adviser, Dr. Norman Li, assistant professor of psychology, published this week snagged press attention around the world.
It’s no wonder it did. It involves women and men, hormones and sex and infidelity.
Here’s the top of the press release from The University of Texas at Austin:
Women with high levels of the sex hormone oestradiol may engage in opportunistic mating, according to a new study by psychology researchers at The University
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