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That result is from the economist Jeremy Greenwood, a professor of economics at the University of Pennsylvania, and other co-authors.Cowen rather coyly overlooks another aspect of the assortative mating that takes place at universities: The heritability of intelligence.Today, we rightfully reject the idea of eugenics as repugnant, yet we are conducting our own experiments in mating, without much careful thought as to where they will lead.and Tinder help us find “just the right mate,” according to our prior desires and specifications, with aid from computer algorithms.Men and women now tend to look for partners who are at least as smart as they are and they tend to pass along their smarts to their children.
To the extent that intelligence is correlated with socioeconomic status, assortative mating will further exacerbate trends to greater income inequality.
She has worked hard fulfilling her role as a child prodigy and graduating college years before her peers. Unfortunately, she’s also the dateless young woman. JJessica Channing’s big city life should be more exciting than sixty-hour work weeks and popcorn nights with her girlfriends, but it’s not.
She has worked hard fulfilling her role as a child prodigy and graduating college years before her peers. Unfortunately, she’s also the dateless young woman. Jess’s rigid, predictable life upends when she must visit a small, obscure town to deal with a relative’s death.
This novel contains graphic sexual content and strong language. Rating: 3.5 stars I truly enjoyed Fearsome (and I’m in love with the cover! First, the story is way too long for the given plot.
It's predictable and many times it felt unnecessarily drawn out.
Second, give me a protagonist that isn't insecure or whiny about why she doesn't deserve a good-looking man.