Dr Alexandra Alvergne

Publications

  • Can postfertile life stages evolve as an anticancer mechanism?

  • Kinship Ties Across the Lifespan in Human Communities

  • Stochastic dynamics of an epidemic with recurrent spillovers from an endemic reservoir.

  • Humans Are Still Evolving, But We Need More Than Evolutionary Genetics to Predict Our Future

  • Is Female Health Cyclical? Evolutionary Perspectives on Menstruation.

  • Do sexually transmitted infections exacerbate negative premenstrual symptoms? Insights from digital health.

  • Stochasticity in cultural evolution: a revolution yet to happen.

  • Side effects and the need for secrecy: characterising discontinuation of modern contraception and its causes in Ethiopia using mixed methods.

  • Evolutionary Thinking in Medicine From Research to Policy and Practice

  • Correction: Beyond Rational Decision-Making: Modelling the Influence of Cognitive Biases on the Dynamics of Vaccination Coverage.

  • Beyond Rational Decision-Making: Modelling the Influence of Cognitive Biases on the Dynamics of Vaccination Coverage.

  • Evolutionary Medicine

  • Ecological variation in wealth-fertility relationships in Mongolia: the 'central theoretical problem of sociobiology' not a problem after all?

  • Associations between family size and offspring education depend on aspects of parental personality

  • Identification of visual paternity cues in humans.

  • Fertility, parental investment, and the early adoption of modern contraception in rural Ethiopia.

  • The life-history trade-off between fertility and child survival.

  • Facial attractiveness and fertility in populations with low levels of modern birth control

  • Female reproductive competition within families in rural Gambia.

  • Men's preference for women's facial features: testing homogamy and the paternity uncertainty hypothesis.

  • Reproductive behavior and personality traits of the Five Factor Model

  • Left-handedness and male-male competition: insights from fighting and hormonal data.

  • Mothers and Others: The Evolutionary Origins of Mutual Understanding. By Sarah Blaffer Hrdy. Pp. 422. (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, USA, 2009.) £19.95, ISBN 978-0-674-03299-6, hardback.

  • Social transmission and the spread of modern contraception in rural Ethiopia.

  • Personality and testosterone in men from a high-fertility population

  • Response to Carere et al. Human mate preference: Inconsistency between data and interpretations

  • Personality and reproductive success in a high-fertility human population.

  • Detective mice assess relatedness in baboons using olfactory cues.

  • Does the contraceptive pill alter mate choice in humans?

  • Are parents' perceptions of offspring facial resemblance consistent with actual resemblance? Effects on parental investment

  • More than friends? Behavioural and genetic aspects of heterosexual associations in wild chacma baboons

  • Variation in testosterone levels and male reproductive effort: insight from a polygynous human population.

  • Father-offspring resemblance predicts paternal investment in humans

  • Cross-cultural perceptions of facial resemblance between kin.

  • Studying shape in sexual signals: The case of primate sexual swellings

  • Human Ability to Recognize Kin Visually Within Primates.

  • Developmental plasticity of human reproductive development: effects of early family environment in modern-day France.

  • Inter-specific kin recognition: Are humans able to identify family relatives among other primate species?

  • Differential facial resemblance of young children to their parents: who do children look like more?

  • Handedness and reproductive success in two large cohorts of French adults

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