In Evaluating the Evolutionary Perspective, the Textbook Authors Conclude That:
In evaluating the evolutionary perspective, the textbook authors conclude that:
A) a weakness of the perspective is that it examines adaptive functions of mating behaviors.
B) the focus on gender differences that characterize most of the species has allowed evolutionary psychologists to acknowledge the rich, complex variability among individuals and within each gender.
C) in the search for ancestral causes of human behavior, evolutionary psychologists have also discovered more immediate causes of the same behaviors.
D) by focusing on how men and women attract and select mates, evolutionary psychologists have neglected to study how people manage their relationships once they begin.