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Page, Abigail, Ringen, Erik, Koster, Jeremy, Mulder, Monique Borgerhoff, Kramer, Karen, Shenk, Mary K., Stieglitz, Jonathan, Starkweather, Kathrine, Ziker, John P., Boyette, Adam H., Colleran, Heidi, Moya, Cristina, Du, Juan, Mattison, Siobhan, Greaves, Russell, Sum, Chun-Yi, Liu, Ruizhe, Lew-Levy, Sheina, Ntamboudila, Francy Kiabiya, Prall, Sean, Towner, Mary C., Blumenfield, Tami, Migliano, Andrea Bamberg, Major-Smith, Daniel, Dyble, Mark, Salali, Gul Deniz, Chaudhary, Nikhil, Derkx, Inez E., Ross, Cody, Scelza, Brooke, Gurven, Michael, Winterhalder, Bruce P., Cortez, Carmen, Pacheco-Cobos, Luis, Schacht, Ryan, Macfarlan, Shane, Leonetti, Donna, French, Eric, Alam, Nurul, Zohora, Fatema Tuz, Kaplan, Hillard, Hooper, Paul L. and Sear, Rebecca (2024) Women’s subsistence strategies predict fertility across cultures, but context matters. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 121 (n° 9).

Hilton, Courtney, Moser, Cody, Bertolo, Mila, Lee-Rubin, Harry, Amir, Dorsa, Brainbridge, Constance, Simson, Jan, Knox, Dean, Glowacki, Luke, Alemu, Elias, Galbarczyk, Andrzej, Jasienska, Grazyna, Ross, Cody, Neff, Mary Beth, Martin, Alia, Cirelli, Laura, Trehub, Sandra, Song, Jinqi, Kim, Minju, Schachner, Adena, Vardy, Tom, Atkinson, Quentin, Salenius, Amanda, Andelin, Jannik, Antfolk, Jan, Madhivanan, Purnima, Siddaiah, Anand, Placek, Caitlyn, Salali, Gul Deniz, Keestra, Sarai, Singh, Manvir, Collins, Scott, Patton, John, Scaff, Camila, Stieglitz, Jonathan, Ccari Cutipa, Silvia, Moya, Cristina, Sagar, Rohan, Anyawire, Mariamu, Mabulla, Audax, Wood, Brian, Krasnow, Max and Mehr, Samuel (2022) Acoustic regularities in infant-directed speech and song across cultures. Nature Human Behaviour (online).

Arnot, Megan, Brandl, Eva, Campbell, OLK, Chen, Yuan, Du, Juan, Dyble, Mark, Emmott, Emily, Ge, Erhao, Kretschmer, Luke, Mace, Ruth, Micheletti, Alberto J. C., Nila, Sarah, Peacey, Sarah, Salali, Gul Deniz and Zhang, Hanzhi (2020) How evolutionary behavioural sciences can help us understand behaviour in a pandemic. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health (eoaa038).

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