Books

P. T. Ellison and P. B. Gray, eds., 2009
Endocrinology of Social Relationships
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.

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P. T. Ellison, 2001
On Fertile Ground
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.

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P. T. Ellison, 2007
En tierra fertil (Ciencia Y Tecnologia)
Fondo de Cultura Economica

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P. T. Ellison, ed., 2001
Reproductive Ecology and Human Evolution
Aldine/de Gruyter, New York.

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Articles
Recent papers in peer-reviewed journals are available from the DASH (Digital Access to Research at Harvard) Repositor

Stearns SC, Nesse RM, Govindaraju DR, Ellison PT.  2010. Evolution in health and medicine Sackler colloquium: Evolutionary perspectives on health and medicine. Proceedings of the National Academies of Science U S A 107 Suppl 1:1691-5.


Nesse RM, Bergstrom CT, Ellison PT, Flier JS, Gluckman P, Govindaraju DR, Niethammer D, Omenn GS, Perlman RL, Schwartz MD, Thomas MG, Stearns SC, Valle D.  2010. Evolution in health and medicine Sackler colloquium: Making evolutionary biology a basic science for medicine. Proceedings of the National Academies of Science U S A 107 Suppl 1:1800-1807.

Ellison PT.  2010.  Fetal programming and fetal psychology.  Infant and Child Development 19:6-20.

Clancy KBH, Ellison PT, Jasienska G, Bribiescas RG.  2009.  Endometrial thickness is not independent of luteal day in a rural Polish population.  Anthropological Science 17: 157-163.

Kramer KL, Greaves RD, Ellison PT.  2009.  Early reproductive maturity among Pumé foragers: Implications of a pooled energy model to fast life histories.  American Journal of Human Biology 21:430-437.

Reiches MW, Ellison PT, Lipson SF, Sharrock KC, Gardiner E, Duncan LG.  2009.  Pooled energy budget and human life history.  American Journal of Human Biology 21:421-429.

Valeggia C, Ellison PT.  2009. Interactions between metabolic and reproductive functions in the resumption of postpartum fecundity.  American Journal of Human Biology 21:559-566.

Finstad SE, Emaus E, Tretlie S, Jasienska G, Ellison PT, Wist E, Thune I. 2009.  Adult height, insulin levels, and 17beta-estadiol in young women.  Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention 18:1477-1483.

Gluckman PD, Hanson, MA, Bateson P, Beedle AS, Anokhin KV, Bhutta ZA,Bougnères P, Chandak GR, Dasgupta P, Davey Smith G, Ellison PT, Forrester T, Gilbert SF, Jablonka E, Kaplan H, Law CM, Prentice AM, Simpson SJ, Uauy R, West-Eberhard MJ.  2009.  Towards a new developmental synthesis: adaptive developmental plasticity and human disease.  Lancet 373:1654-1657.
Ellison PT.  2009. 

Social relationships and reproductive ecology. In Ellison PT, Gray P (eds), Endocrinology of Social Relationships, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 54-73.

Gray P, Ellison PT.  2009.  Introduction.  In Ellison PT, Gray P (eds), Endocrinology of Social Relationships, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 1-9.

Ellison PT, Jasienska G.  2009.  Adaptation, health, and the temporal domain of human reproductive physiology.  In Panter-Brick C and Fuentes A (eds). Health, Risk and Adversity: A contextual view from anthropology  (Berghahn), pp. 108-128.

Ellison PT.  2009.  Developmental plascticity in a biocultural context.  American Journal of Human Biology 21:1.

Finstad SE, Emaus A, Potischman N, Barrett E, Furberg AS, Ellison PT, Jasienska G,Thune I.  2009.  Influence of birthweight adadult body composition on 17beta-estradiol levels in young women.  Cancer Causes and Control 20:233-242.

Muller MN, Marlowe FW, Bugumba R, Ellison PT.  2009.  Testosterone and paternal care in East African foragers and pastoralists.  Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences, 276:347-354

 


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