PSYC 3010 Evolutionary Psychology of Sex Differences
4 semester hours
Explores sex and sex differences from a biosocial or evolutionary psychology perspective. Examines evolution of sexual reproduction, the two sexes, sexually dimorphic morphology, behavior, and emotion. Identifies and examines different reproductive strategies employed by males and females (including nonhuman species) and resulting conflicts of interests between the sexes. Particular focus given to sex differences in sexuality, courtship, jealousy, mating systems, and parenting.
Junior or senior standing required.
Prerequisite: TR in PSYC 1000 or grade of C (2.0) or higher in PSYC 1000 at LMU.