biodemography


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biodemography

The mathematical analysis of population-related questions and problems.
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Renowned research centers helmed by Leonard Davis School faculty continue to investigate Alzheimer's disease, the biology of longevity, biodemography, age-friendly housing for older adults, long-term care and more.
Starbird, "Do Women's Breastfeeding Experiences with Their First-borns Affect Whether they Breastfeed Their Subsequent Children?" Biodemography and Social Biology, vol.
Zajacova, "Gender differences in hypertension and hypertension awareness among young adults," Biodemography and Social Biology, vol.
Vaupel, "Biodemography of human ageing," Nature, vol.
evidence from the United Kingdom," Biodemography and Social Biology, vol.
"The Factors Influencing Transactional Sex among Young Men and Women in 12 Sub-Saharan African Countries," Biodemography and Social Biology 52(1/2): 56-72.
Yang (1994), "Impact of Migration on Fertility in SubSaharan Africa," Biodemography and Social Biology 41(1/2): 19-43.
Carey of the University of California, Davis, who studies biodemography. "The really deeper question is once you identify a species that's long-lived--why?"
James Carey, a pioneer in the field of biodemography, and specializing on insect models for aging, comments "that [although] death is one of the most mysterious and inexorable problems in biology.