B.A. Scelza, S.P. Prall, N. Swinford, S. Gopalan, E. Atkinson, R. McElreath, J. Sheehama, B. M. Henn (in press) High rate of extra-pair paternity in a human population demonstrates diversity in human reproductive strategies. Science Advances.
Brooke A. Scelza, Sean P. Prall and Kathrine Starkweather (2019) Paternity confidence and social obligations explain men's allocations to romantic partners in an experimental giving game. Evolution and Human Behavior, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2019.10.007
Scelza BA, Prall SP, Levine NE. 2019 The disequilibrium of double descent: changing inheritance norms among Himba pastoralists. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 374: 20180072. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2018.0072
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Prall SP, Yetish G, Scelza BA, Siegel JM. 2018. The influence of age and sex specific labor demands on sleep inNamibian agro-pastoralists.Sleep Health4(6):500-508.
Prall SP, Scelza BA. 2017. Child fosterage and sex-biased nutritional outcomes among Namibian Pastoralists. American Journal of Human Biology29(6): e23058.
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Scelza, Brooke A. "Perceptions of Polygyny: The Effects of Offspring and Other Kin on Co-Wife Satisfaction." Biodemography and social biology 61.1 (2015): 98-110.
Scelza, Brooke A., and Joan B. Silk. "Fosterage as a system of dispersed cooperative breeding." Human Nature 25.4 (2014): 448-464.
Scelza, Brooke A. "Female mobility and postmarital kin access in a patrilocal society." Human Nature 22.4 (2011): 377-393.
Scelza, Brooke A. "Female choice and extra-pair paternity in a traditional human population." Biology Letters (2011): rsbl20110478.