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to distribute into groups according to kinds

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2000), and that, in turn, promote assortative mating preferences (Calkins & Parker 2005; Rull et al.
Perhaps as a result, the rate of assortative mating for black women with college degrees is much lower than that for white women.
1991), "Five Decades of Assortative Mating", American Sociological Review, vol.
It is measured on a scale where fully and randomly assortative (i.
34, suggesting that assortative mating by education played little, if any, role in income inequality.
According to Newman, social networks are often assortative, whereas technical networks and biological networks are disassortative (Newman 2002).
The positive covariance is consistent with assortative matching in the marriage and labor markets.
Also from the above correlation coefficients we observed that the networks are of assortative type (r > 0).
Morningness has been shown as a trait subject to assortative mating in humans (Randler & Kretz, 2011).
Assortative mating and partner influence on antisocial behavior across the life course.
This indicates that patients with bipolar disorder might tend to choose partners who also suffer from mental illness, a pattern known as assortative mating.
This first assumption, that we tend to affiliate with like-minded individuals, is referred to as assortative mating; however, minimal support has emerged for similarity on most personality and trait affectivity variables among married couples (Watson et al.
The research team found that pleiotropy and assortative mating were about equally responsible for the genetic connection between height and IQ.
Finally, 40%-60%-of caregivers qualify for a diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder; as with depression, the nonbiological relatives were more symptomatic than were the blood relatives, lending support to the theory of assortative mating.