Fixed versus flexible strategists: Individual differences in facultative responsiveness?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (4):591-592 (2000)

Abstract
Gangestad & Simpson's central premise regarding individual differences is applied to their facultative-argument based on mating- strategy, for individual differences in susceptibility to contextual effects. Some individuals may be relatively fixed strategists who are rather unresponsive to context when it comes to mating, whereas others, perhaps most, may be, as G&S propose, flexible strategists.
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