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田芊   社会科学文献出版社  2019-08 出版
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择偶作为一种复杂的社会、文化和心理现象,近年来已成为社会学与心理学炙手可热的研究课题。而进化心理学作为一个新的研究视角,由于有着跨文化的解释力,近年来在择偶研究领域获得了快速发展。本书借鉴进化心理学的理论框架,对中国女性的择偶偏好及影响因素进行了深入的探讨和研究。研究发现,女性择偶会重点考虑三个维度——好基因、好资源以及好爸爸。一般男性不太可能同时在三个维度上都很优秀,因此女性在择偶时会进行平衡,而不同的因素会影响女性对不同维度的偏好程度。
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  • 编委会
  • 前言
  • 引言
    1. 研究背景
    2. 研究意义
  • 第1章 理论综述
    1. 1 择偶理论与相关研究
    2. 2 进化心理学与性选择理论
    3. 3 进化心理学中的女性择偶研究
    4. 4 问题的提出与研究假设
  • 第2章 中国女性择偶偏好的结构与测量
    1. 1 女性择偶标准如何测量——国内外研究回顾
    2. 2 好爸爸、好基因、好资源——三维度问卷初成
    3. 3 青出于蓝而胜于蓝——《中国女性择偶偏好问卷》的检验
    4. 4 从问卷出发——中国女性择偶偏好的结构与特点
  • 第3章 中国女性择偶的影响因素研究
    1. 1 女性择偶策略:一成不变还是多元主义?
    2. 2 假设和预测:不同因素会对女性择偶策略产生什么样的影响?
    3. 3 自编问卷大显身手:对300名女性问卷施测
    4. 4 女性择偶偏好的差异分析
    5. 5 什么影响了女性的择偶偏好?
  • 第4章 经济、疾病、生育对女性择偶的影响机制探究
    1. 1 经济、疾病、生育——女性择偶三大影响因素的选择
    2. 2 三大因素会对女性择偶偏好产生什么影响?
    3. 3 你喜欢的伴侣是什么样的(阈上词语实验)
    4. 4 你的记忆出卖了你的心(自由回忆实验)
    5. 5 你的眼睛出卖了你的心(视觉搜索实验)
    6. 6 随情境而变:口是心非的女人
  • 第5章 中国女性择偶偏好探讨
    1. 1 循序渐进:从问卷编制到影响因素调查
    2. 2 以小见大:中国女性择偶探讨
  • 第6章 抛砖引玉,任重道远
    1. 1 别开生面:中国女性择偶本土化模型的建立
    2. 2 白璧微瑕:被试群体和生态效度的限制
    3. 3 继往开来:未来研究展望
  • 附录1 《中国女性择偶偏好试测问卷》
  • 附录2 《中国女性择偶偏好问卷》
  • 附录3 《个人与家庭情况收集问卷》
  • 附录4 经济状况类启动材料
  • 附录5 经济状况刺激材料事后评定问卷
  • 附录6 疾病威胁类启动材料
  • 附录7 疾病威胁启动材料事后评定问卷
  • 附录8 生育抚养类启动材料
  • 附录9 生育抚养类启动材料事后评定问卷
  • 附录10 实验一阈上测量词语材料
  • 附录11 实验被试基本情况收集
  • 附录12 自由回忆词语材料及词频
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