The goal of my research program is to understand the myriad ways that social and developmental contexts influence individuals’ decision making with implications for health and well-being.
Toward this end, my work broadly investigates how current social contexts, childhood experiences, and their interaction influence functional variation in human reproductive strategies and associated outcomes. Impact of fathers on parental monitoring of daughters and their affiliation with sexually promiscuous peers: A genetically and environmentally controlled sibling study.
No person under the age of 18, male or female, can legally consent to sex with a person who is more than 10 years older than the minor.
Our work is to help rediscover this heritage.” Early European visitors to the Escalante area remarked on the potatoes.
Captain James Andrus wrote in August 1866: “We have found wild potatoes growing from which the valley takes its name.” And a soldier, John Adams, wrote in the same year: “We gathered some wild potatoes which we cooked and ate …
The effect of ecological harshness on perceptions of the ideal female body size: An experimental life history approach.
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