Susan Schaffnit
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Recent levels and trends in HIV incidence rates among adolescent girls and young women in ten high-prevalence African countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis
I Birdthistle, C Tanton, A Tomita, K de Graaf, SB Schaffnit, F Tanser, ...
The Lancet Global Health 7 (11), e1521-e1540, 2019
Evaluating the impact of the DREAMS partnership to reduce HIV incidence among adolescent girls and young women in four settings: a study protocol
I Birdthistle, SB Schaffnit, D Kwaro, M Shahmanesh, A Ziraba, CW Kabiru, ...
BMC Public Health 18 (1), 1-15, 2018
“Child marriage” in context: exploring local attitudes towards early marriage in rural Tanzania
SB Schaffnit, M Urassa, DW Lawson
Sexual and reproductive health matters 27 (1), 93-105, 2019
Support for new mothers and fertility in the United Kingdom: Not all support is equal in the decision to have a second child
SB Schaffnit, R Sear
Population Studies 71 (3), 345-361, 2017
The reproductive ecology of industrial societies, Part II: the association between wealth and fertility
G Stulp, R Sear, SB Schaffnit, MC Mills, L Barrett
Human Nature 27, 445-470, 2016
Wealth modifies relationships between kin and women’s fertility in high-income countries
SB Schaffnit, R Sear
Behavioral Ecology 25 (4), 834-842, 2014
Parent–offspring conflict unlikely to explain ‘child marriage’in northwestern Tanzania
SB Schaffnit, A Hassan, M Urassa, DW Lawson
Nature human behaviour 3 (4), 346-353, 2019
Father absence but not fosterage predicts food insecurity, relative poverty, and poor child health in northern Tanzania
DW Lawson, SB Schaffnit, A Hassan, E Ngadaya, B Ngowi, ...
American journal of human biology 29 (3), e22938, 2017
Shared interests or sexual conflict? Spousal age gap, women's wellbeing and fertility in rural Tanzania
DW Lawson, SB Schaffnit, A Hassan, M Urassa
Evolution and Human Behavior 42 (2), 165-175, 2021
Supportive families versus support from families: The decision to have a child in the Netherlands
SB Schaffnit, R Sear
Demographic Research 37, 417-454, 2017
Fostering relations: First sex and marital timings for children raised by kin and non-kin carers
P Sheppard, SB Schaffnit, JR Garcia, R Sear
Evolution and Human Behavior 35 (3), 161-168, 2014
When marriage is the best available option: Perceptions of opportunity and risk in female adolescence in Tanzania
SB Schaffnit, J Wamoyi, M Urassa, M Dardoumpa, DW Lawson
Global public health 16 (12), 1820-1833, 2021
What does the American public know about child marriage?
DW Lawson, R Lynes, A Morris, SB Schaffnit
PLoS One 15 (9), e0238346, 2020
Married Too Young? The Behavioral Ecology of ‘Child Marriage’
SB Schaffnit, DW Lawson
Social Sciences 10 (5), 161, 2021
“I have never seen something like that”: Discrepancies between lived experiences and the global health concept of child marriage in northern Tanzania
SB Schaffnit, M Urassa, J Wamoyi, M Dardoumpa, DW Lawson
PloS one 16 (4), e0249200, 2021
Positive correlation between women’s status and intimate partner violence suggests violence backlash in Mwanza, Tanzania
JA Kilgallen, SB Schaffnit, Y Kumogola, A Galura, M Urassa, DW Lawson
Journal of interpersonal violence 37 (21-22), NP20331-NP20360, 2022
He for she? Variation and exaggeration in men's support for women's empowerment in northern Tanzania
DW Lawson, SB Schaffnit, JA Kilgallen, Y Kumogola, A Galura, M Urassa
Evolutionary Human Sciences 3, e27, 2021
Mother’s partnership status and allomothering networks in the United Kingdom and United States
L Spake, SB Schaffnit, R Sear, MK Shenk, R Sosis, JH Shaver
Social Sciences 10 (5), 182, 2021
Fathers favour sons, mothers don't discriminate: Sex-biased parental care in northwestern Tanzania
A Hassan, SB Schaffnit, R Sear, M Urassa, DW Lawson
Evolutionary Human Sciences 1, e13, 2019
Why marry early? Parental influence, agency and gendered conflict in Tanzanian marriages
J Baraka, DW Lawson, SB Schaffnit, J Wamoyi, M Urassa
Evolutionary Human Sciences 4, e49, 2022
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