Lyndsey Craig

Lyndsey Craig
University of Nevada, Las Vegas | UNLV · Department of Anthropology

Master of Arts

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Objective The objective of this study was to address the putative ancestral social signaling value of male facial hair, in concert with variable cultural meaning. The ability to grow facial hair might have served as an honest ancestral signal of male age, social dominance, strength and health. Male facial hair may also have had signaling value for...
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Current literature on women's sexual signaling focuses on modes of attracting potential, new sexual partners, but says little about women's subtle sexual signals in committed, romantic relationships. Subtle sexual signals are inherently private and are only visible to the intended audience; a woman might use these signals to elicit or accept a sexu...
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The literature on pubic hair removal (PHR) practices primarily focuses on women in Western societies and attributes recent increases in PHR to product marketing, pornography, and pop culture. Here, we explore PHR and retention practices outside the cultural West through content coding of societies in the Human Relations Area Files’ database, eHRAF...

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Current literature on women's sexual signaling focuses on strategies for acquiring potential partners through broadcasting signals, such as revealing clothing and makeup. This project attempts to define two subtle signals women might use to signal sexual proceptivity and receptivity within long-term, committed relationships.