Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (4):614-615 (2005)
AbstractI suggest that a communicative context that has the potential to establish and maintain a shared advantage of behavioral lateralization should be identified in the domain of sexual selection, specifically in the interactions that individuals exploit to assess the fitness of potential mates.
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