Dr Alexandra Alvergne: List of publications

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Stochastic dynamics of an epidemic with recurrent spillovers from an endemic reservoir.

Humans Are Still Evolving, But We Need More Than Evolutionary Genetics to Predict Our Future

Is Female Health Cyclical? Evolutionary Perspectives on Menstruation.

Do sexually transmitted infections exacerbate negative premenstrual symptoms? Insights from digital health.

Stochasticity in cultural evolution: a revolution yet to happen.

Side effects and the need for secrecy: characterising discontinuation of modern contraception and its causes in Ethiopia using mixed methods.

Evolutionary Thinking in Medicine From Research to Policy and Practice

Correction: Beyond Rational Decision-Making: Modelling the Influence of Cognitive Biases on the Dynamics of Vaccination Coverage.

Evolutionary Medicine

Beyond Rational Decision-Making: Modelling the Influence of Cognitive Biases on the Dynamics of Vaccination Coverage.

Ecological variation in wealth-fertility relationships in Mongolia: the 'central theoretical problem of sociobiology' not a problem after all?

Associations between family size and offspring education depend on aspects of parental personality

Identification of visual paternity cues in humans.

Fertility, parental investment, and the early adoption of modern contraception in rural Ethiopia.

The life-history trade-off between fertility and child survival.

Facial attractiveness and fertility in populations with low levels of modern birth control

Female reproductive competition within families in rural Gambia.

Men's preference for women's facial features: testing homogamy and the paternity uncertainty hypothesis.

Mothers and Others: The Evolutionary Origins of Mutual Understanding

Left-handedness and male-male competition: insights from fighting and hormonal data.

Reproductive Behavior and Personality Traits of the Five Factor Model

Social transmission and the spread of modern contraception in rural Ethiopia.

Personality and testosterone in men from a high-fertility population

Response to Carere et al. Human mate preference: inconsistency between data and interpretations

Personality and reproductive success in a high-fertility human population.

Detective mice assess relatedness in baboons using olfactory cues.

More than friends? Behavioural and genetic aspects of heterosexual associations in wild chacma baboons

Does the contraceptive pill alter mate choice in humans?

Are parents' perceptions of offspring facial resemblance consistent with actual resemblance? Effects on parental investment

Variation in testosterone levels and male reproductive effort: insight from a polygynous human population.

Father-offspring resemblance predicts paternal investment in humans

Studying shape in sexual signals: the case of primate sexual swellings

Human Ability to Recognize Kin Visually Within Primates.

Cross-cultural perceptions of facial resemblance between kin.

Developmental plasticity of human reproductive development: effects of early family environment in modern-day France.

Inter-specific kin recognition: Are humans able to identify family relatives among other primate species?

Differential facial resemblance of young children to their parents: who do children look like more?

Handedness and reproductive success in two large cohorts of French adults

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