Found 18 results
SIVcpz is pathogenic in its natural host. CROI 2009: 16th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.(2009).
Demographic and social predictors of intimate partner violence in Colombia: A dyadic power perspective. Human Nature. (in press),(2009).
The Force of Selection on the Human Life Cycle. Evolution and Human Behavior. (in press),(2009).
The Impact of the American Civil War on Southern Marriage Patterns. Journal of Southern History. (in press),(2009).
Bayesian hierarchical mixture models for high-risk births in California, 1968-2005. Population Association of America.(2008).
Anthropogenic fire mosaics, biodiversity and Australian Aboriginal foraging strategies: a test of the "Fire Stick Farming" hypothesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 105, 14796-14801.(2008).
Culture for epidemic models and epidemic models for culture. ( , Ed.).Explaining Culture Scientifically. 117-136.(2008).
Missing men: the direct mortality impacts of firearm violence in Colombia, 1979-2005. Population Association of America.(2008).
Aging and fertility patterns in wild chimpanzees provide insights into the evolution of menopause. Current Biology. 17, 2150-2156.(2007).
demogR: A package for the construction and analysis of age-structured demographic models in R. Journal of Statistical Software. 22, 1-28.(2007).
Statistical Models for Sexual Networks on Likoma Island, Malawi: Implications for Sexual Behavior and HIV Control. Population Association of America 2007 Annual Meeting.(2007).
Excess male death leads to a severe marriage squeeze in Colombia, 1973-2005. Social Biology. 53, 140-151.(2006).
Interval estimates for epidemic thresholds in two-sex network models. Theoretical Population Biology. 70, 125-134.(2006).
Fetal programming: Adaptive life-history tactic or making the best of a bad start?. American Journal of Human Biology. 17, 22-33.(2005).
Likelihood-based inference for stochastic models of sexual network evolution. Theoretical Population Biology. 65, 413-422.(2004).
An assessment of preferential attachment as a mechanism for the growth of human sexual networks. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 270, 1123-1128.(2003).
Sexual contacts and epidemic thresholds. Nature. 423, 605-606.(2003).