What is the significance of cross-national variability in sociosexuality?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (2):280-280 (2005)
Schmitt finds that national sex ratios predict levels of sociosexuality, but how we should interpret this result is unclear for both methodological and conceptual reasons. We criticize aspects of Schmitt's theorizing and his analytic strategy, and suggest that some additional analyses of the data in hand might be illuminating.
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