What Women Want: Become The Man Women Want by Tucker MaxWhat Women Want: Become The Man Women Want by Tucker Max

What Women Want: Become The Man Women Want

byTucker Max, Geoffrey Miller, Phd

Paperback | September 6, 2016

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The #1 bestselling pioneer of "fratire" and a leading evolutionary psychologist team up to create THE dating book for guys.

Whether Tucker Max and Geoffrey Miller did their research in bars or in the lab, they both got a serious look at how women view relationships. MATE uses the best science to go behind the curtain and reveal what women really want in the worlds of sex and dating. Based on breakthroughs in evolutionary psychology, sexuality, behavior genetics, and animal communication, MATE is the book for guys whether they are looking to hook up or find and keep the one.

MATE pulls from hundreds of studies to show what really works on the dating scene. From revealing attractive traits to suggesting strategies for choosing careers with the best mating markets, MATE is an evidence-based, seriously funny playbook for becoming as sexually attractive and romantically successful as possible.
Tucker Max is the author ofI Hope They Serve Beer In Hell, which was a #1New York Timesbestseller and has over 2 million copies in print worldwide, andAssholes Finish FirstandHilarity Ensues, which both have over a million copies in print worldwide.Geoffrey Miller, Ph.D., is a tenured professor of evolutionary psychology at University ...
Title:What Women Want: Become The Man Women WantFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 9.25 × 6 × 1 inPublished:September 6, 2016Publisher:Little, Brown And CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316375330

ISBN - 13:9780316375337


Editorial Reviews

"A fascinating look at mating and dating from the perspective of a guy who gained fame for doing the former.... Miller's academic influence gives it some much needed credibility."-Adam Kovac, AskMen.com