A specialist in interdisciplinary collaboration, Garcia’s research draws from and cuts across multiple fields of study. This approach aids his lab's exploration of the relationship context of sexuality, including the meaning, expression, and impact of romantic and sexual attitudes and behaviors.
His research focuses on the evolutionary and biocultural foundations of romantic and sexual relationships across the life course.
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- volutionary studies; gender studies; behavioral biology; sexuality; intimate relationships; romantic love; social/sexual monogamy; reproductive health; interdisciplinary studies
Research Interests: intersections of biology and gender; evolutionary and biocultural models of human behavior; romantic and sexual relationships
- intersections of biology and gender; biopsychosocial models of human behavior; romantic and sexual relationships; relationship and sexual attitudes and behaviors.