Select Journal Articles

McAllister, L., Pepper, G., Hackman, J., Virgo, S., Sobraske, K., Coall, D., (2016) The evolved psychological mechanisms of fertility motivation: Hunting for causation in a sea of correlation. Philosophical Transactions B. 371 (1692), Article no. 20150151

Coall, D., Tickner, M., McAllister, L., Sheppard, P. (2016) Developmental influences on human fertility decisions: An evolutionary perspective. Philosophical Transactions B. 371 (1692), Article no. 20150146

Veile, A., Martin, M., McAllister, L., Gurven, G. (2014) Modernization is Associated with Intensive Breastfeeding in the Bolivian Amazon. Social Science & Medicine. 100: 148-158

McAllister,L., Gurven, M., Kaplan, H., Steiglitz, J. (2012) Why do women have more children than they want? Understanding differences in women's ideal and actual family size in a natural fertility population. American Journal ofHuman Biology. 24(6):786-99

Gurven, M., Winking,J., Kaplan, H., von Rueden, C., McAllister,L. (2009) A bioeconomic approach to marriage and the sexual division of labor. Human Nature. 20(2):151-183

Select Posters

Does the method of delivery affect the punchline? An evaluation of priming effects and survey responses across three methodological conditions. Presented to: Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Boston, MA.

Too sick to have another baby: Effects of perceived health on family planning in the Bolivian Amazon. Presented to: American Association of Physical Anthropology; Atlanta, GA.

Adolescent pregnancy in the Bolivian Amazon: precocious investment in reproduction compromises maternal and infant growth. Presented to: University of California Global Health Day (2014)

The determinants and consequences of women‘s fertility preferences and fertility outcomes in a rapidly acculturating Amerindian population. Presented to: Vienna Institute of Demography (2010): VID/REPRO Conference "From intentions to behaviour: reproductive decision-making in a macro-micro perspective”