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Second, there were a number of different hominid species in existence during this time period, each inhabiting its own speciﬁc ecological niche. Third, many of the adaptations that humans possess have their origins in time periods that substantially predate the Pleistocene era. For example, the mechanisms underlying human attachment and sociality have a long evolutionary history as part of our more general primate and mammalian heritage (Foley, 1996). Finally, some evolution (although of a relatively minor character) has also probably occurred in the last 10,000 years, as is reﬂected in population differences in disease susceptibility, skin color, and so forth (Irons, 1998).
By contrast, eggs, the sex cells that women produce, are large, expensive, and limited in number. Most critical is that one act of sexual intercourse plus 9 months gestation, potentially dangerous childbirth, and (in traditional societies) years of nursing and carrying a child are the minimum amount of reproductive effort required by a woman to successfully reproduce. These differences in what Trivers (1972) has termed parental investment have wide-ranging ramiﬁcations for the evolution of sex differences in body, mind, and behavior.
Finally, some evolution (although of a relatively minor character) has also probably occurred in the last 10,000 years, as is reﬂected in population differences in disease susceptibility, skin color, and so forth (Irons, 1998). Most important is that different adaptations will have different EEAs. Some, like language, are ﬁrmly anchored in approximately the last 2 million years; others, such as infant attachment, reﬂect a much lengthier evolutionary history (Hrdy, 1999). It is important, therefore, that we distinguish between the EEA of a species and the EEA of an adaptation.