Reproductive Ecology and Human Evolution
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Aldine Transaction
Publication date: 12/31/2001
Size: 5.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Christian Raffensperger is Assistant Professor of History at Wittenberg University.Peter T. Ellison is John Cowles Professor of Anthropology and Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University.
|Introduction: Ecology, Reproduction, and Human Evolution|
|Pregnancy Loss and Fecundability in Women|
|The Evolutionary and Ecological Context of Human Pregnancy|
|Why Energy Expenditure Causes Reproductive Suppression in Women: An Evolutionary and Bioenergetic Perspective|
|Lactation, Energetics, and Postpartum Fecundity|
|Reproductive Physiology of the Human Male: An Evolutionary and Life History Perspective|
|Reproductive Filtering and the Social Environment|
|Reproductive Ecology of Male Immune Function and Gonadal Function|
|Why Not So Great Is Still Good Enough: Flexible Responsiveness in Human Reproductive Functioning|
|Fertility Changes with the Prehistoric Transition to Agriculture: Perspectives from Reproductive Ecology and Paleodemography|
|Metabolism, Maturation, and Ovarian Function|
|Child Survival and the Modulation of Parental Investment: Physiological and Hormonal Considerations|
|Aging and Reproductive Senescence|
|The Embodied Capital Theory of Human Evolution|
|Strepsirrhine Reproductive Ecology|
|Reproductive Ecology of New World Monkeys|
|Reproductive Ecology of Old World Monkeys|
|The Reproductive Ecology of Male Hominoids|
|Female Reproductive Ecology of the Apes: Implications for Human Evolution|