Developmental plasticity research in evolution and human health: Response to commentaries.

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Lea, Amanda J, Jenny Tung, Elizabeth A Archie and Susan C Alberts (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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Tung

Jenny Tung

Visiting Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology
Alberts

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.


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