Developmental plasticity research in evolution and human health: Response to commentaries.
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Subjectdevelopmental origins of health and disease
early life effects
evolution of plasticity
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1093/emph/eoy007
Publication InfoLea, Amanda J; Tung, Jenny; Archie, Elizabeth A; & Alberts, Susan C (2017). Developmental plasticity research in evolution and human health: Response to commentaries. Evolution, medicine, and public health, 2017(1). pp. 201-205. 10.1093/emph/eoy007. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/17297.
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Susan C. Alberts
Robert F. Durden Distinguished Professor of Biology
Research in the Alberts Lab investigates the evolution of social behavior, particularly in mammals, with a specific focus on the social behavior, demography, life history, and behavioral endocrinology of wild primates. Our main study system is the baboon population in Amboseli, Kenya, one of the longest-running studies of wild primates in the world, ongoing since 1971.
Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology
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