New paper on selection in utero and population health

We recently published a review article that synthesizes the multi-disciplinary topic of selection in utero. The paper intends to save new scholars in the field precious time (!) by highlighting key, unexplored areas for future research efforts. The article is free (open access).

About Tim Allen Bruckner

I conduct population health research, which traces its origins from epidemiology, human ecology and demography. My work examines the extent to which health of societies responds to sudden perturbations in the ambient environment. These perturbations occur at the ecological level and include economic downturns, cold spells, the introduction of a casino, 9/11, and health policy changes. A core tenet of my work is that understanding adaptations to sudden changes in the environment provide insight into human behavior and biology.
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