References for Spent: Sex, evolution, and consumer behavior
By Geoffrey Miller
Note: These references are in standard American Psychological Association (APA) format, except that I’ve humanized the list by included the first author’s first name. For works with more than three authors, only the first author’s name is given, followed by ‘et al.’ (‘and others’).
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