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Exchanging fluids: The sociocultural implications of microbial, cultural, and ethnic admixture in Latin America
Knowledge of evolutionary influences on patterns of human mating, social interactions, and differential health is increasing, yet these insights have rarely been applied to historical analyses of human population dynamics. ...
Shared Parenting, Parental Effort, and Life History Strategy: A Cross-Cultural Comparison
Previous developmental research has found that children from households with high shared parenting, childrearing agreement, and equitable division of parental labor experience positive developmental and social outcomes; a ...
Contributions of Matrilineal and Patrilineal Kin Alloparental Effort to the Development of Life History Strategies and Patriarchal Values: A Cross-Cultural Life History Approach
Childrearing behaviors are often shaped by familial and cultural principles that function as guides for socialization goals and effective childrearing practices. For an increasing number of Latino families, the extended ...
Measures of domain-specific resource allocations in life history strategy: Indicators of a latent common factor or ordered developmental sequence?
The psychometric trait approach to human life history, based on common factor modeling, has recently come under some criticism for neglecting to inquire into the developmental progression that orients and executes human ...