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  • Reproductive Aging

    Edited by Maxine Weinstein (Center for Population and Health, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.) and Kathleen O’Connor (Department of Anthropology, Biocultural Anthropology and Biodemography Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington)

    Volume 1204, August 2010
    20 Papers

    Aging, reproductive physiology, demography, evolutionary biology, endocrinology, and epidemiology – just to name a few – are all disciplines that are actively looking at similar phenomena. These wide-ranging elements are brought together here in a single forum that provides an important point of reference that can permeate borders that are often strenuously “defended” by journals and seldom breached at conferences. This volume results from a workshop that fostered communication across these disciplinary lines.
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