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Rob Henderson
"Convicted criminal offenders had more children than individuals never convicted of a criminal offense...Importantly, the reproductive success of criminals was explained by a fertility increase from having children with several different partners."
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Yeyo Aug 21
Replying to @robkhenderson
The study didn't control for completed fertility. Very likely criminals just have children at a younger age.
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Rob Henderson Aug 21
Replying to @RealYeyoZa
That sounds plausible. This study showed they start having sex at an earlier age
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J.D. Haltigan 🎃 Aug 20
Replying to @robkhenderson
Externalizing behavior would of course track with other fast LH behavioral correlates. Nothing surprising here.
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Ben KR 共匪 Aug 20
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Coyotecounsel Aug 21
Replying to @robkhenderson
Anecdotally, this is absolutely correct
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Roberto Morales 🇩🇴 Aug 21
Replying to @robkhenderson
The increased reproductive success is explained by hipergamy, not by what they said. That's circular thinking.
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Not Normal Aug 21
Replying to @robkhenderson
As nature intended 😀
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JMA Aug 20
Replying to @robkhenderson
About 25% of swedish people aren't born in Sweden, many of these from communities who accept polygamy and are well represented in criminality.
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Sweden’s Chef Aug 20
Replying to @robkhenderson
Many? How many people who live in Sweden “accept polygamy”? And, given that it’s illegal in Sweden, what’s your point?
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