tr.v. pre•se•lect•ed, pre•se•lect•ing, pre•se•lects
To select beforehand, usually according to a specific criterion.
This evolutionary theory was developed when social scientists researched the mating game in animals. For example, they discovered that when a male grouse who was not mating with any females was put next to a stuffed female grouse, other females starting mating with him. This phenomenon was later documented in human behavior as well. Furthermore, a women’s attraction for a specific man increases when she sees that he has already been pre-selected and in the company of other women. Given that this response is hard-wired within the female brain, there comes a priceless benefit in terms of social status in having women see a man already in the company of other attractive females.
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Revised: November 29th, 2013