Rebecca SearHere's the first editorial by Editor-in-Chief @tavitonst for the new open access journal Evolutionary Human Sciences. The journal will be formally launched at #ehbea2019 on Thursday. Submission currently free - send us your best work!
The mortality of immigrants, even those from poor countries, is lower than that of natives, even in rich receiving countries. In this article, Matthew Wallace examines whether this advantage is real or a data artefact. He finds that migrants do have...
Rebecca SearLow migrant death rates: actual or artefactual? "migrants do have lower death rates, but data biases explain some of the advantage"
In this article, we examine the work orientations of service- and middle-class cohabiting couples. Through our in-depth interviews with both partners in 61 coup...
Rebecca SearCohabitors’ Orientations Toward Paid Work [no location] - middle-class cohabitors report polarized orientations ('conventional' or egalitarian); service class often report one partner with stronger work orientation, but may be female or male"
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Rebecca SearReview of the last year in biological anthropology - "Biological Anthropology in 2018: Grounded in Theory, Questioning Contexts, Embracing Innovation" (these review-of-the-year articles are a great idea, no #poptwitter?)
Drawing on the debates regarding work–family reconciliation in later life, we examine the extent to which the labor market position of grandmothers and nongrand...
Rebecca SearGrandmothers and Non-grandmothers in the Polish Labor Market: The Role of Family Issues "women who have grandchildren have lower chances for being employed as compared with those without grandchildren"
Effect sizes are the currency of psychological research. They quantify the results of a study to answer the research question and are used to calculate statistical power. The interpretation of effect sizes—when is an effect small, medium, or...