Literatur (Stand: 29.07.2019)

  • Apostolou, M. (2007). Sexual selection under parental choice: The role of parents in the evolution of human mating. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, 403–409.
  • Apostolou, M. (2007). Elements of parental choice: The evolution of parental preferences in relation to in-law selection. Evolutionary Psychology, 5, 70–83.
  • Apostolou, M. (2008). Parent-offspring conflict over mating: The case of family background. Evolutionary Psychology, 6, 456–468.
  • Apostolou, M. (2008). Parent-offspring conflict over mating: The case of beauty. Evolutionary Psychology, 6, 303–315.
  • Apostolou, M. (in press). Parental choice: What parents want in a son-in-law and a daughter-in-law across 67 pre-industrial societies. British Journal of Psychology. Baber, R. E. (1936). Some mate selection standards of college students and their parents. Journal of Social Hygiene, 22, 115–125.
  • Buunk, A. P., Park, J. H., & Dubbs, S. L. (2008). Parent-offspring conflict in mate preferences. Review of General Psychology, 12, 47–62.
  • Buunk et al., 2002: “Age and gender differences in mate selection criteria for various involvement levels”
  • Faulkner und Schaller, 2007: “Nepotistic nosiness: inclusive fitness and vigilance of kin members’ romantic relationship”
  • Fletcher, G. J. O., Simpson, J. A., Thomas, G., & Giles, L. (1999). Ideals in intimate relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 76, 72-89.
  • Sprecher, 1992: “The Influence of Parents and Friends on the quality and stability of romantic relationships: a three-wave longitudinal investigation”
  • Trivers, 1974: “Parent-offspring conflict”
  • Perriloux et a., 2010: “Meet the parents: Parent-offspring convergence and divergence in mate preferences”
  • Lam et al., 2016: “What do you want in a marriage? Examining Marriage Ideals in Taiwan and the United States”
  • Gerlach et al., 2017: “Predictive Validity and Adjustment of Ideal Partner Preferences Across the Tranisition Into Romantic Relationships”
  • Campbell et al., 2016: “Initial Evidence that Individuals Form New Relationships with Partners that More Closely Match their Ideal Preferences”