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Special Section on Stigma in Perspectives on Psychological Science: Group Differences, Not Deficits

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Psychological scientists are faced with the arduous task of identifying distinctions between humans without stigmatizing groups of people based on these differences. In this special section of Perspectives on Psychological Science, experts present reasons for why differences in gender, race, sexual orientation, and culture should not be framed as deficits within the field of psychology.... More>


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A Potential Evolutionary Role for Same-Sex Attraction

What evolutionary value could male homosexuality have, without any discernible reproductive advantage? One possible explanation is the “kin selection hypothesis.”... More>


Study Reveals Potential Evolutionary Role for Same-Sex Attraction

Male homosexuality doesn’t make complete sense from an evolutionary point of view. It appears that the trait is heritable, but because homosexual men are much less likely to produce offspring […]... More>


The “Super Uncles” of Samoa

Male homosexuality doesn’t make complete sense from an evolutionary point of view. It appears that the trait is heritable, but since homosexual men are much less likely to produce offspring […]... More>