Rebecca Sear
TitleCited byYear
Who keeps children alive? A review of the effects of kin on child survival
R Sear, R Mace
Evolution and human behavior 29 (1), 1-18, 2008
7462008
Maternal grandmothers improve nutritional status and survival of children in rural Gambia
R Sear, R Mace, IA McGregor
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
3722000
Intergenerational wealth transmission and the dynamics of inequality in small-scale societies
MB Mulder, S Bowles, T Hertz, A Bell, J Beise, G Clark, I Fazzio, M Gurven, ...
science 326 (5953), 682-688, 2009
3332009
The effects of kin on child mortality in rural Gambia
R Sear, F Steele, IA McGregor, R Mace
Demography 39 (1), 43-63, 2002
2712002
How much does family matter? Cooperative breeding and the demographic transition
R Sear, D Coall
Population and development review 37, 81-112, 2011
1722011
Are humans cooperative breeders
R Mace, R Sear
Grandmotherhood: The evolutionary significance of the second half of female …, 2005
1542005
The effects of kin on female fertility in rural Gambia
R Sear, R Mace, IA McGregor
Evolution and Human Behavior 24 (1), 25-42, 2003
1412003
Matriliny as daughter-biased investment
CJ Holden, R Sear, R Mace
Evolution and human behavior 24 (2), 99-112, 2003
1342003
Testing evolutionary theories of menopause
DP Shanley, R Sear, R Mace, TBL Kirkwood
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1628), 2943-2949, 2007
1302007
Human behavioral ecology: current research and future prospects
D Nettle, MA Gibson, DW Lawson, R Sear
Behavioral Ecology 24 (5), 1031-1040, 2013
1262013
An evolutionary model of stature, age at first birth and reproductive success in Gambian women
N Allal, R Sear, AM Prentice, R Mace
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1252004
Birth interval and the sex of children in a traditional African population: an evolutionary analysis
R Mace, R Sear
Journal of biosocial science 29 (4), 499-507, 1997
1121997
Height, marriage and reproductive success in Gambian women
R Sear, N Allal, R Mace
Socioeconomic aspects of human behavioral ecology, 203-224, 2004
1022004
Evolutionary accounts of human behavioural diversity
GR Brown, TE Dickins, R Sear, KN Laland
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
962011
Kin and child survival in rural Malawi
R Sear
Human Nature 19 (3), 277, 2008
942008
Grandma plays favourites: X-chromosome relatedness and sex-specific childhood mortality
M Fox, R Sear, J Beise, G Ragsdale, E Voland, LA Knapp
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1681), 567-573, 2009
912009
How universal are human mate choices? Size does not matter when Hadza foragers are choosing a mate
R Sear, FW Marlowe
Biology Letters 5 (5), 606-609, 2009
732009
Domestication alone does not lead to inequality: intergenerational wealth transmission among horticulturalists
M Gurven, M Borgerhoff Mulder, PL Hooper, H Kaplan, R Quinlan, R Sear, ...
Current Anthropology 51 (1), 49-64, 2010
722010
Life after death: An investigation into how mortality perceptions influence fertility preferences using evidence from an internet-based experiment
P Mathews, R Sear
Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 6 (3), 155-172, 2008
692008
The reproductive ecology of industrial societies, part I
G Stulp, R Sear, L Barrett
Human Nature 27 (4), 422-444, 2016
642016
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