Session 204:
Biodemography of Reproduction

Saturday, May 3
10:45 AM - 12:15 PM
4th Floor

Chair: Maxine Weinstein, Georgetown University
Discussant: Peter Ellison, Harvard University

  1. Using Genetic Markers as Instrumental Variables to Unravel the Link between Education and FertilityNicola Barban, University of Groningen; Melinda Mills, University of Groningen; Jornt Mandemakers, University of Groningen; Harold Snieder, University of Groningen

  2. Parental Social Disparities in Epigenetic Regulation of Newborns' Imprinted Genes Related to Gestational Growth and Later-Life HealthKatherine King, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Duke University; Susan Murphy, Duke University; Cathrine Hoyo, Duke University

  3. Kin Influences on Fertility: A Theoretical Framework Tested with a Review of the LiteratureRebecca Sear, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Cristina Moya, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

  4. Costs of Reproduction and Maternal Depletion in a High Fertility and Mortality PopulationMichael D. Gurven, University of California, Santa Barbara; Megan E. Costa, University of Pennsylvania; Daniel Eid R., Universidad Mayor San Simon, Bolivia; Jonathan Stieglitz, University of New Mexico; Bret Beheim, University of New Mexico; Benjamin Trumble, University of California, Santa Barbara; Hillard S. Kaplan, University of New Mexico

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