For his complex but lovely discussion of the subject, see here.
" like attractiveness or physical fitness, tend to follow the second pattern: Everyone prefers hotter, fitter people, but hot, fit people show a stronger preference for people like them.
We provide the references for these within your results, so you are welcome to follow up any of these individual papers if they are of interest (most are open source).
If you login to your Fitness Genes account and follow the link to 'Your Gene Results' you will be able to see the citation lists for each of these genes at the bottom of the page.
Access to and engagement with online media continues to grow at an unprecedented speed, and it plays an increasingly important role in the development and experience of people across all age groups.
To do this, we have to sometimes go against our instincts.
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Heritability describes the degree to which differences between children -- in this case their use of online media -- can be attributed to inherited genetic factors, rather than the effects of their environment.
In addition, unique environmental factors accounted for nearly two-thirds of the differences between people in online media use.
For intelligence, women follow the first pattern: Those who describe themselves as intelligent prefer men who describe themselves as intelligent, and women who don’t prefer men who don’t.