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Journal Articles

2017 Kramer, K, Veile, A. “Infant Allocare in Traditional Societies. Infants Benefit at a Low Cost to Helpers.” Invited submission, Physiology & Behavior, under review.

2017 Veile, A, Valeggia, C, Kramer, K. “Cesarean Birth and the Growth of Yucatec Maya and Toba/Qom Infants and Young Children.” Under review, American Journal of Physical Anthropology.

2017 Veile, A,, Kramer, K; “Childhood body mass is positively associated with cesarean birth in Yucatec Maya subsistence farmers.” American Journal of Human Biology 2017; 29:e22920.[LINK]

2016 Kramer, K, Veile, A, and E Otárola-Castillo.   Sibling competition and growth tradeoffs. Biological vs statistical significance. PloS One 3/3/16.[LINK]

2015 Veile, A, Kramer, K.     Changing Birth and Breastfeeding Dynamics in a Modernizing Indigenous Community. Journal of Human Lactation 30:1 145-155.[LINK]

2014 Veile, A, Martin, M, McAllister, L, Gurven, M.    Modernization is Associated with Intensive Breastfeeding in the Bolivian Amazon. Social Science and Medicine, 100: 148-158. [LINK]

2012 Veile, A, Winking, J, Gurven, M, Greaves, R, Kramer, K.    Infant Growth and the Thymus: Data from Two South American Native Societies. American Journal of Human Biology 24: 768-775. [LINK]

Book Chapters

2017 Veile, A, Kramer, K. “Pregnancy, Birth and Babies: Motherhood and Modernization in a Yucatec Village.” Schwartz, D (editor). Chapter: Maternal Health, Pregnancy-Related Morbidity and Death Among Indigenous Women of Mexico & Central America: An Anthropological, Epidemiological and Biomedical Approach. Springer (in press).

2017 Veile, A, Kramer, K. “Shifting Weanling's Optimum: The Ecology of Breastfeeding and Infant Health in the Yucatan.” Palmquist, A, Tomori, C, Quinn, EA (editors). Chapter: Breastfeeding and Human Lactation: New Anthropological Approaches. Routledge Books (in press).

Book Reviews

2017 Inderstrodt, J, Veile, A. "Invited Book Review: Tell Me Why My Children Died: Rabies, Indigenous Knowledge, and Communicative Justice.” The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology." (in press).