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CURRENT ISSUES IN BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
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Reviewed By: Evolutionary Anthropology Society
Thursday, November 15, 2012: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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Chair:  Kristin Snopkowski (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
4:00 PM
Human Growth and Development, Motherhood and Reproduction
Lisa Sheina McAllister (University of California)
4:15 PM
Evolution and Kinship
Kristin Snopkowski (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
4:45 PM
Individual-Level Market Integration and Group Loyalty: Exposure to Market Society Predicts Profit Motive
Anne C. Pisor (University of California Santa Barbara), Michael Gurven (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Christopher R von Rueden (University of Richmond)
5:00 PM
Religion Among Foragers
Hervey C Peoples (University of Cambridge and University of Cambridge) and Frank W Marlowe (University of Cambridge)
5:15 PM
Tracking and Tolerance Among Friends In Four Cultures
Ming Xue (UCLA Anthropology and University of California, Los Angeles)
5:30 PM
Somatic Condition Affects the Development of Fundamental and Formant Frequencies During Puberty: Implications for the Evolution of Human Vocal Sexual Dimorphism
Carolyn R Hodges-Simeon (University of California Santa Barbara), Michael Gurven (University of California) and Steven JC Gaulin (University of California, Santa Barbara)