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Harsh environments and "fast" human life histories: What does the theory say?

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Feb 4, 2015

Ryan Baldini

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A common belief among human life history researchers is that "harsher" environments - i.e., those with higher mortality rates and resource stress - select for "fast" life histories, i.e. earlier reproduction and faster senescence. I show that these "harsh environments, fast life histori...read more

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    bioRxiv

    Feb 4, 2015

    Ryan Baldini

    PMID: 990014647

    DOI: 10.1101/014647

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    A common belief among human life history researchers is that "harsher" environments - i.e., those with higher mortality rates and resource stress - select for "fast" life histories, i.e. earlier reproduction and faster senescence. I show that these "harsh environments, fast life histori...read more

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    Neuronal Plasticity
    Senescence Function
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