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Computational Experiments with the Fuzzy Love and Romance

By Hokky Situngkir

Abstract

The paper report some experiments on the issue of human mating games and sexual preferences in the perspective of population and some macro-social realms. The notions of love, romance, fidelity, and sexual attractiveness are those comprising the theory to human intra-species evolution but yet still rare to be employed to understand human social, economic, and cultural studies in terms of sociology or economics. The paper did experiments on those issues, on the possible relation between population growth, power-law distribution of wealth, and some other relevant points to our realization of evolutionary theory of sexual selection. The paper expects to open an alternative bridge of our advancement in human evolution and the complexity of the social system

Topics: Complexity Theory, Sociobiology, Evolution, Social simulation, Social Psychology, Animal Behavior, Applied Cognitive Psychology, Behavioral Biology
Year: 2007
DOI identifier: 10.2139/ssrn.984782
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:5542

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