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Evolutionary Models and Gender 1 1 Talking Evolution and Selling Difference 3 Cheryl Brown Travis 2 Female Sexuality and the Myth of Male Control 29 Christine M. Drea and Kim Wallen 3 Power Asymmetries between the Sexes, Mate Preferences, and Components of Fitness 61 Patricia Adair Gowaty 4 Does Self-Report Make Sense as an Investigative Method in Evolutionary Psychology? 87 Stephanie A. Shields and Pamela Steinke 5 Understanding Rape 105 Ethel Tobach and Rachel Reed 6 Pop Sociobiology Reborn: The Evolutionary Psychology of Sex and Violence 139 A. Leah Vickers and Philip Kitcher Critiquing Evolutionary Models of Rape 169 7 Of Vice and Men: A Case Study in Evolutionary Psychology 171 Jerry A. Coyne 8 Evolutionary Models of Why Men Rape: Acknowledging the Complexities 191 Mary P. Koss 9 Theory and Data on Rape and Evolution 207 Cheryl Brown Travis 10 An Unnatural History of Rape 221 Michael Kimmel 11 Violence against Science: Rape and Evolution 235 Elisabeth A. Lloyd Integrative and Cultural Models of Gender and Rape 263 12 The Origins of Sex Differences in Human Behavior: Evolved Dispositions versus Social Roles 265 Alice H. Eagly and Wendy Wood 13 The Evolutionary Value of the Man (to) Child Affiliative Bond: Closer to Obligate Than to Facultative 305 Wade C. Mackey 14 Rape-Free versus Rape-Prone: How Culture Makes a Difference 337 Peggy Reeves Sanday 15 What Is "Rape?"-Toward a Historical, Ethnographic Approach 363 Emily Martin 16 Understanding Rape: A Metatheoretical Framework 383 Jacquelyn W White and Lori A. Post 17 Coming Full Circle: Refuting Biological Determinism 413 Sue V. Rosser Index 425Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Thornhill, Randy, Natural history of rape, Rape, Men Sexual behavior, Human evolution