UCL logo

UCL Discovery

UCL home » Library Services » Electronic resources » UCL Discovery

Browse by UCL people

Export as [feed] RSS 2.0 [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] Atom
Group by: Type | Date
Jump to: 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994 | 1993 | 1987
Number of items: 122.

2014

Colleran, H; Jasienska, G; Nenko, I; Galbarczyk, A; Mace, R; (2014) Community-level education accelerates the cultural evolution of fertility decline. Proc Biol Sci , 281 (1779) 20132732 - ?. 10.1098/rspb.2013.2732.

Ji, T; Xu, J-J; Mace, R; (2014) Intergenerational and Sibling Conflict Under Patrilocality A Model of Reproductive Skew Applied to Human Kinship. HUMAN NATURE-AN INTERDISCIPLINARY BIOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE , 25 (1) 66 - 79. 10.1007/s12110-013-9188-6.

2013

Alvergne, A; Lawson, DW; Clarke, PM; Gurmu, E; Mace, R; (2013) Fertility, parental investment, and the early adoption of modern contraception in rural Ethiopia. Am J Hum Biol , 25 (1) 107 - 115. 10.1002/ajhb.22348.

Currie, TE; Meade, A; Guillon, M; Mace, R; (2013) Cultural phylogeography of the Bantu Languages of sub-Saharan Africa. Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society , 280 (1762) 20130695 - 20130695.

Ji, T; Wu, J-J; He, Q-Q; Xu, J-J; Mace, R; Tao, Y; (2013) Reproductive competition between females in the matrilineal Mosuo of southwestern China. PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES , 368 (1631) , Article ARTN 20130081. 10.1098/rstb.2013.0081.

Lamba, S; Mace, R; (2013) The evolution of fairness: explaining variation in bargaining behaviour. Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society , 280 (1750) 20122028 - 20122028.

Mace, R; (2013) Cooperation and Conflict Between Women in the Family. EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY , 22 (5) 251 - 258. 10.1002/evan.21374.

MacE, R; (2013) Social science: The cost of children. Nature , 499 (7456) 32 - 33. 10.1038/nature12257.

Raihani, NJ; Mace, R; Lamba, S; (2013) The effect of $1, $5 and $10 stakes in an online dictator game. PLoS One , 8 (8) e73131 - ?. 10.1371/journal.pone.0073131.

Wu, J-J; He, Q-Q; Deng, L-L; Wang, S-C; Mace, R; Ji, T; Tao, Y; (2013) Communal breeding promotes a matrilineal social system where husband and wife live apart. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences , 280 (1758) , Article 20130010. 10.1098/rspb.2013.0010. Green and gold open access
file

2012

Currie, TE; Mace, R; (2012) Analyses do not support the parasite-stress theory of human sociality. Behav Brain Sci , 35 (2) 83 - 85. 10.1017/S0140525X11000963. Green open access
file

Currie, TE; Mace, R; (2012) THE EVOLUTION OF ETHNOLINGUISTIC DIVERSITY. ADVANCES IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS , 15 (1-2) , Article ARTN 1150006. 10.1142/S0219525911003372.

Holland, J; Silva, AS; Mace, R; (2012) Lost letter measure of variation in altruistic behaviour in 20 neighbourhoods. PLoS One , 7 (8) , Article e43294 . 10.1371/journal.pone.0043294. Green and gold open access
file

Lamba, S; Mace, R; (2012) Reply to Henrich et al.: Behavioral variation needs to be quantified at multiple levels. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA , 109 (2) E34 - E34. 10.1073/pnas.1118858109.

Mace, RH; Alvergne, A; (2012) Female reproductive competition within families in rural Gambia. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 10.1098/rspb.2011.2424.

2011

Alvergne, A; Gurmu, E; Gibson, MA; Mace, R; (2011) Social Transmission and the Spread of Modern Contraception in Rural Ethiopia. PLOS ONE , 6 (7) , Article e22515. 10.1371/journal.pone.0022515. Green and gold open access
file

Colleran, H; Mace, R; (2011) Contrasts and conflicts in Anthropology and Archaeology: the evolutionary/interpretive dichotomy in human behavioural research. In: Cochrane, E and Gardner, A, (eds.) Evolutionary and Interpretive Archaeologies. (281 - 306). Left Coast Pr: Walnut Creek, CA.

Currie, TE; Mace, R; (2011) Mode and tempo in the evolution of socio-political organization: reconciling 'Darwinian' and 'Spencerian' evolutionary approaches in anthropology. PHILOS T R SOC B , 366 (1567) 1108 - 1117. 10.1098/rstb.2010.0318.

Lamba, S; Mace, R; (2011) Demography and ecology drive variation in cooperation across human populations. P NATL ACAD SCI USA , 108 (35) 14426 - 14430. 10.1073/pnas.1105186108.

Lawson, DW; Mace, R; (2011) Parental investment and the optimization of human family size. PHILOS T R SOC B , 366 (1563) 333 - 343. 10.1098/rstb.2010.0297.

MACE, R; (2011) Our social roots: how local ecology shapes our social structures. In: Frey, UJ and Stormer, C and Willfuhr, KP, (eds.) Essential Building Blocks of Human Nature. (39 - 52). Springer Verlag: Berlin Heidelberg.

Mace, R; Jordan, FM; (2011) Macro-evolutionary studies of cultural diversity: a review of empirical studies of cultural transmission and cultural adaptation. PHILOS T R SOC B , 366 (1563) 402 - 411. 10.1098/rstb.2010.0238.

2010

Currie, TE; Greenhill, SJ; Gray, RD; Hasegawa, T; Mace, R; (2010) Rise and fall of political complexity in island South-East Asia and the Pacific. NATURE , 467 (7317) 801 - 804. 10.1038/nature09461.

Currie, TE; Greenhill, SJ; Mace, R; (2010) Is horizontal transmission really a problem for phylogenetic comparative methods? A simulation study using continuous cultural traits. PHILOS T R SOC B , 365 (1559) 3903 - 3912. 10.1098/rstb.2010.0014.

Lamba, S; Mace, R; (2010) People recognise when they are really anonymous in an economic game. EVOL HUM BEHAV , 31 (4) 271 - 278. 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2010.02.002.

Lawson, DW; Mace, R; (2010) Siblings and childhood mental health: Evidence for a later-born advantage. SOC SCI MED , 70 (12) 2061 - 2069. 10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.03.009.

Lawson, DW; Mace, R; (2010) Optimizing Modern Family Size. HUM NATURE-INT BIOS , 21 (1) 39 - 61. 10.1007/s12110-010-9080-6.

MACE, R; (2010) Social Behaviour in humans. In: Székely, T and Moore, AJ and Komdeur, J, (eds.) Social Behaviour: Genes, Ecology and Evolution. (395 - 409). Cambridge Univ Pr: Cambridge, UK.

Perry, G; MACE, R; (2010) The lack of acceptance of evolutionary approaches to human behaviour. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology , 8 (2) 1789 - 2082.

2009

Bentley, G; Mace, R; (2009) Substitute Parents: Biological and Social Perspectives on Alloparenting in Human Societies. Studies of the Biosocial Society: Vol.3. Berghahn Books

Currie, TE; Mace, R; (2009) Political complexity predicts the spread of ethnolinguistic groups. P NATL ACAD SCI USA , 106 (18) 7339 - 7344. 10.1073/pnas.0804698106. Gold open access

Fortunato, L; Mace, R; (2009) Testing functional hypotheses about cross-cultural variation: A maximum-likelihood comparative analysis of Indo-European marriage practices. In: UNSPECIFIED (235 - 249). Green open access
file

Holden, C; Mace, R; (2009) Phylogenetic Analysis of the Evolution of Lactose Digestion in Adults. HUM BIOL , 81 (5-6) 597 - 619.

Jordan, FM; Gray, RD; Greenhill, SJ; Mace, R; (2009) Matrilocal residence is ancestral in Austronesian societies. P R SOC B , 276 (1664) 1957 - 1964. 10.1098/rspb.2009.0088. Gold open access

Lawson, DW; Mace, R; (2009) Trade-offs in modern parenting: a longitudinal study of sibling competition for parental care. EVOL HUM BEHAV , 30 (3) 170 - 183. 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2008.12.001.

Mace, R; (2009) Update to Holden and Mace's "Phylogenetic Analysis of the Evolution of Lactose Digestion in Adults" (1997): Revisiting the Coevolution of Human Cultural and Biological Diversity. HUM BIOL , 81 (5-6) 621 - 624.

Mace, R; (2009) Anthropology. On becoming modern. Science , 324 (5932) 1280 - 1281. 10.1126/science.1175383.

Mace, R; (2009) On Becoming Modern. SCIENCE , 324 (5932) 1280 - 1281. 10.1126/science.1175383.

Mace, R; Colleran, H; (2009) Kin Influence on the Decision to Start Using Modern Contraception: A Longitudinal Study from Rural Gambia. AM J HUM BIOL , 21 (4) 472 - 477. 10.1002/ajhb.20940.

Sear, R; Mace, R; (2009) Family matters: Kin, demography and child health in a rural Gambian population. In: Bentley, G and Mace, R, (eds.) Substitute parents: Biological and Social Perspectives on Alloparenting in Human Societies. (50 - 76). Berghahn Books

2008

Gough, I; Runciman, G; Mace, R; Hodgson, G; Rustin, M; (2008) Darwinian evolutionary theory and the social sciences. 21st Century Society , 3 (1) 65 - 86.

Gurmu, E; Mace, R; (2008) Fertility decline driven by poverty: The case of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. J BIOSOC SCI , 40 (3) 339 - 358. 10.1017/S002193200700260X.

Lawson, DW; Mace, R; (2008) Sibling configuration and childhood growth in contemporary British families. INT J EPIDEMIOL , 37 (6) 1408 - 1421. 10.1093/ije/dyn116.

Lawson, DW; Mace, R; (2008) Sibling configuration and childhood growth in contemporary British families. International Journal of Epidemiology , 37 (6) 1408 - 1421. 10.1093/ije/dyn116.

Mace, R; (2008) Effect of contraceptive access on birth rate - Response. SCIENCE , 320 (5878) 873 - 874.

Mace, R; (2008) Response. Science , 320 (5878) 873 - 874. 10.1126/science.320.5878.873.

Mace, R; (2008) Reproducing in cities. SCIENCE , 319 (5864) 764 - 766. 10.1126/science.1153960.

Sear, R; Mace, R; (2008) Who keeps children alive? A review of the effects of kin on child survival. EVOL HUM BEHAV , 29 (1) 1 - 18. 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2007.10.001.

Strassman, B; Mace, R; (2008) Perspectives on human health and disease from evolutionary and behavoral ecology. In: Stearns, S and Koella, J, (eds.) Evolution in health and disease. (109 - 121). OUP: Oxford.

2007

Gibson, MA; Mace, R; (2007) Polygyny, reproductive success and child health in rural Ethiopia: Why marry a married man? J BIOSOC SCI , 39 (2) 287 - 300. 10.1017/S0021932006001441.

Jordan, F.M.; Mace, R.; (2007) Changes in post-marital residence precede changes In descent systems in Austronesian societies. Presented at: The European Human Behaviour and Evolution Conference 2007 (EHBE 2007), London School of Economics, London, UK. Green open access
file

Mace, R; (2007) The evolutionary ecology of human family size. In: Dunbar, RIM and Barrett, L, (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology. (383 - 396). OUP

Shanley, DP; Sear, R; Mace, R; Kirkwood, TBL; (2007) Testing evolutionary theories of menopause. P R SOC B , 274 (1628) 2943 - 2949. 10.1098/rspb.2007.1028.

2006

Fortunato, L; Holden, C; Mace, R; (2006) From bridewealth to dowry? A Bayesian estimation of ancestral states of marriage transfers in Indo-European groups. HUMAN NATURE-AN INTERDISCIPLINARY BIOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE , 17 (4) 355 - 376. Green open access
file

Gibson, M.A.; Mace, R.; (2006) An energy-saving development initiative increases birth rate and childhood malnutrition in rural Ethiopia. PLoS Medicine , 3 (4) , Article e87. 10.1371/journal.pmed.0030087. Green and gold open access
file

Gibson, MA; Mace, R; (2006) An energy-saving development initiative increases birth rate and childhood malnutrition in rural Ethiopia. PLOS MED , 3 (4) , Article e87. 10.1371/journal.pmed.0030087. Green and gold open access
file

Mace, R; Allal N, S; R, P; A,; (2006) The uptake of modern contraception in a Gambian community: the diffusion of an innovation over 25 years. In: Wells, JCK and Strickland, SS and Laland, K, (eds.) Social Information Transmission and Human Biology. (191 - 205). Taylor and Francis: Florida.

Mace, R.; Allal, N.; Sear, R.; Prentice, A.; (2006) The uptake of modern contraception in a Gambian community. In: Wells, J.C. and Strickland, S. and Laland, K., (eds.) Social Information Transmission and Human Biology. (pp. 191-205). CRC Press/ Taylor & Francis: Boca Raton, USA.

2005

Mace, R. and Holden, C. and Shennan, S.J. (Eds). (2005) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. University College London Institute of Archaeology Publications. Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek, US.

Gibson, MA; Mace, R; (2005) Helpful grandmothers in rural Ethiopia: A study of the effect of kin on child survival and growth. EVOL HUM BEHAV , 26 (6) 469 - 482. 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2005.03.004.

Holden, C; Mace, R; (2005) The cow is the enemy of matriliny: using phylogenetic methods to study cultural evolution in Africa. In: Mace, R and Holden, C and Shennan, S, (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (217 - 234). UCL Press

Mace, R; (2005) Introduction to Part II: on the use of phylogenetic comparative methods to test co-evolutionary hypotheses across cultures. In: Mace, R and Holden, C and Shennan, S, (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (199 - 205). Left Coast Press: London, UK.

Mace, R; Holden, CJ; (2005) A phylogenetic approach to cultural evolution. TRENDS ECOL EVOL , 20 (3) 116 - 121. 10.1016/j.tree.2004.12.002.

Mace, R; Jordan, F; (2005) The evolution of human sex ratio at birth: a bio-cultural analysis. In: Mace, R and Holden, C and Shennan, S, (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (207 - 216). Left Coast Press: London, UK.

Mace, R; Sear, R; (2005) Are humans co-operative breeders? In: Voland, E and Chasiotis, A and Schiefenhoevel, W, (eds.) Grandmotherhood - the Evolutionary Significance of the Second Half of Female Life. (143 - 159). Rutgers University Press: Piscataway.

Mace, R.; (2005) Introduction to Part II: on the use of phylogenetic comparative methods to test co-evolutionary hypotheses across cultures. In: Mace, R. and Holden, C.J. and Shennan, S., (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (pp. 199-205). UCL Press: London, UK. Green open access
file

Mace, R.; Jordan, F.; (2005) The evolution of human sex ratio at birth: a bio-cultural analysis. In: Mace, R. and Holden, C.J. and Shennan, S., (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (pp. 207-216). UCL Press: London, UK. Green open access
file

Mace, RH; Holden, C; Shennan, SJ; (2005) The Evolution of Cultural Diversity: A Phylogenetic Approach. (1 vols). UCL Press & Left Coast Press

2004

Allal, N; Sear, R; Prentice, AM; Mace, R; (2004) An evolutionary model of stature, age at first birth and reproductive success in Gambian women. P R SOC B , 271 (1538) 465 - 470. 10.1098/rspb.2003.2623.

Biran, A; Abbot, J; Mace, R; (2004) Families and firewood: A comparative analysis of the costs and benefits of children in firewood collection and use in two rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa. HUM ECOL , 32 (1) 1 - 25.

Mace, R; Eardley, J; (2004) Maternal nutrition and sex ratio at birth in Ethiopia. Research in Economic Anthropology , 23 295 - 306.

Pagel, M; Mace, R; (2004) The cultural wealth of nations. NATURE , 428 (6980) 275 - 278. 10.1038/428275a.

2003

Gibson, MA; Mace, R; (2003) Strong mothers bear more sons in rural Ethiopia. P ROY SOC B-BIOL SCI , 270 S108 - S109. 10.1098/rsbl.2003.0031.

Holden, CJ; Mace, R; (2003) Spread of cattle led to the loss of matrilineal descent in Africa: a coevolutionary analysis. P R SOC B , 270 (1532) 2425 - 2433. 10.1098/rspb.2003.2535.

Holden, CJ; Sear, R; Mace, R; (2003) Matriliny as daughter-biased investment. EVOL HUM BEHAV , 24 (2) 99 - 112.

Mace, R; Jordan, F; Holden, C; (2003) Testing evolutionary hypotheses about human biological adaptation using cross-cultural comparison. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - A Molecular and Integrative Physiology , 136 (1) 85 - 94. 10.1016/S1095-6433(03)00019-9.

Mace, R; Jordan, F; Holden, C; (2003) Testing evolutionary hypotheses about human biological adaptation using cross-cultural comparison. COMP BIOCHEM PHYS A , 136 (1) 85 - 94. 10.1016/S1095-6433(03)00019-9.

Mace, R.; Jordan, F.; Holden, C.; (2003) Testing evolutionary hypotheses about human biological adaptation using cross-cultural comparison. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A , 136 (1) pp. 85-94. 10.1016/S1095-6433(03)00019-9.

Sear, R; Mace, R; McGregor, IA; (2003) The effects of kin on female fertility in rural Gambia. EVOL HUM BEHAV , 24 (1) 25 - 42.

2002

Bentley, GR; Mace, R; (2002) Human Reproduction and Life Histories. In: Nadel, L, (ed.) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. (419 - 425). Nature Publishing Group: London.

Gibson, M; Mace, R; (2002) The impact of labor-saving technology on first birth intervals in rural Ethiopia. HUM BIOL , 74 (1) 111 - 128.

Gibson, M; Mace, R; (2002) Labor-saving Technology Increases Fertility in Rural Ethiopia. Current Anthropology , 43 (4) 631 - 637.

Gibson, MA; Mace, R; (2002) Labor-saving technology and fertility increase in rural Africa. CURR ANTHROPOL , 43 (4) 631 - 637.

Holden, C; Mace, R; (2002) Pastoralism and the Evolution of Lactase Persistence. In: Leonard, WR and Crawford, MH, (eds.) Human Biology of Pastoral Populations. (280 - 307). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Mace, R; (2002) Demographic Transition. In: Pagel, M, (ed.) Encyclopedia of Evolution. (235 - 238). Open University Press: New York.

Mace, R; (2002) Human Behavioural Ecology. In: Pagel, M, (ed.) Encyclopedia of Evolution. (546 - 550). Open University Press: New York.

Mace, R; (2002) Subsistence Strategies and Subsistence Transitions. In: Pagel, M, (ed.) Encylopedia of Evolution. (523 - 526). Open University Press: New York.

Sear, R; Mace, R; McGregor, IA; (2002) A life history approach to fertility rates in rural Gambia: evidence for trade-offs or phenotypic correlations? In: Rodgers, J and Kohler, HP, (eds.) The Biodemography of Fertility. (135 - 160). Kluwer Press: Boston.

Sear, R; Steele, F; McGregor, AA; Mace, R; (2002) The effects of kin on child mortality in rural Gambia. DEMOGRAPHY , 39 (1) 43 - 63.

2001

Sear, R; Shanley, D; McGregor, IA; Mace, R; (2001) The fitness of twin mothers: evidence from rural Gambia. J EVOLUTION BIOL , 14 (3) 433 - 443.

2000

Mace, R; (2000) Fair game. Nature , 406 (6793) 248 - 249. 10.1038/35018669.

Mace, R; (2000) Human behaviour - Fair game. NATURE , 406 (6793) 248 - 249.

Mace, R; (2000) Evolutionary ecology of human life history. ANIM BEHAV , 59 1 - 10.

Mace, R; (2000) An adaptive model of human reproductive rate where wealth is inherited: why people have small families. In: Cronk, L and Chagnon, N and Irons, W, (eds.) Adaptation and human behaviour. (261 - 282). Aldine de Gruyter: NY.

Mace, R; (2000) Evolutionary ecology of the human female life history. In: Robine, JM and Kirkwood, T and Allard, M, (eds.) Sex and Longevity: Sexuality, Gender, Reproduction and Parenthood. (59 - 74). Springer-Verlag: Berlin.

Mace, R; (2000) The evolutionary ecology of human population growth. In: Gosling, LM and Sutherland, WJ, (eds.) Behaviour and Conservation. (13 - 33). C.U.P.: Cambridge.

Sear, R; Mace, R; McGregor, IA; (2000) Maternal grandmothers improve nutritional status and survival of children in rural Gambia. P ROY SOC B-BIOL SCI , 267 (1453) 1641 - 1647.

Sear, R; Mace, R; McGregor, IA; (2000) Maternal grandmothers improve nutritional status and survival of children in rural Gambia. Proc Biol Sci , 267 (1453) 1641 - 1647. 10.1098/rspb.2000.1190.

1999

Abbot, JIO; Mace, R; (1999) Managing protected woodlands: Fuelwood collection and law enforcement in Lake Malawi National Park. Conservation Biology , 13 (2) 418 - 421. 10.1046/j.1523-1739.1999.013002418.x.

Gosden, R; Mace, R; (1999) Evolutionary Interpretations of the Diversity of Reproductive Health and Disease. In: Stearns, S, (ed.) Evolution in Health and Disease. (108 - 120). Oxford University Press: New York.

Holden, C; Mace, R; (1999) Sexual dimorphism in stature and women's work: a phylogenetic cross-cultural analysis. Am J Phys Anthropol , 110 (1) 27 - 45. 10.1002/(SICI)1096-8644(199909)110:1<27::AID-AJPA3>3.0.CO;2-G.

Holden, C; Mace, R; (1999) Sexual dimorphism in stature and women’s work: a phylogenetic cross-cultural analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology , 110 27 - 45.

Mace, R; Holden, C; (1999) Evolutionary Ecology and Cross-Cultural Comparison: The Case of Matrilineality in sub-Saharan Africa. In: Lee, PC, (ed.) Comparative Primate Socioecology. (387 - 405). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Sellen, DW; Mace, R; (1999) A phylogenetic analysis of the relationship between sub-adult mortality and mode of subsistence. J Biosoc Sci , 31 (1) 1 - 16.

1998

Mace, R; (1998) The coevolution of human fertility and wealth inheritance strategies. PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES , 353 (1367) 389 - 397.

Milner-Gulland, E; Mace, R; (1998) Conservation of Biological Resources. (1 vols). Blackwell Science: Cambridge.

1997

(1997) Birth order and reproductive success. Current Anthropology , 38 393 - 393.

(1997) Fertility and mode of subsistence: a phylogenetic analysis. Current Anthropology , 38 (No. 5) 878 - 889.

(1997) Phylogenies and cultural evolution. Ethology and Sociobiology , 18 349 - 351.

Holden, C; Mace, R; (1997) Phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of lactose digestion in adults. Human Biology , 69 (5) 605 - 628. Green open access
file

Mace, R; Sear, R; (1997) Birth interval and the sex of children in a traditional African population: an evolutionary analysis. J Biosoc Sci , 29 (4) 499 - 507.

Sellen, DW; Mace, R; (1997) Fertility and mode of subsistence: A phylogenetic analysis. Current Anthropology , 38 (5) 878 - 889.

1996

Cowlishaw, G; Mace, R; (1996) Cross-cultural patterns of marriage and inheritance: A phylogenetic approach. In: ETHOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY. (pp. 87 - 97). ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC

Mace, R; (1996) Biased parental investment and reproductive success in Gabbra pastoralists. BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL , 38 (2) 75 - 81.

Mace, R; (1996) When to have another baby: A dynamic model of reproductive decision-making and evidence from gabbra pastoralists. Ethology and Sociobiology , 17 (4) 263 - 273.

Mace, R; Sear, R; (1996) Maternal mortality in a Kenyan pastoralist population. Int J Gynaecol Obstet , 54 (2) 137 - 141.

MilnerGulland, EJ; Mace, R; Scoones, I; (1996) A model of household decisions in dryland agropastoral systems. AGR SYST , 51 (4) 407 - 430.

1995

MACE, R; (1995) WHY DO WE DO WHAT WE DO. TRENDS ECOL EVOL , 10 (1) 4 - 5.

Mace, R; Pagel, M; (1995) A latitudinal gradient in the density of human languages in North America. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences , 261 (1360) 117 - 121. 10.1098/rspb.1995.0125.

1994

MACE, R; Pagel, M; (1994) The comparative method in anthropology. Current Anthropology (35) 549 - 564.

1993

MACE, R; (1993) Transitions between Cultivation and Pastoralism in Sub-Saharan Africa. Current Anthropology , 34 (4) 363 - 382.

1987

MACE, R; (1987) The dawn chorus in the great tit Parus major is directly related to female fertility. Nature , 330 745 - 746.

This list was generated on Sun Apr 20 04:13:11 2014 BST.