“Easy access to electricity and artificial light triggers a measurable reduction in human sleep, according to a new study of hunter-gatherer communities in Argentina.
Researchers studied two groups of Toba/Qom hunter-gatherers indigenous to the Chaco region of northeastern Argentina. The... Read more
In honor of Father’s Day we were curious to find out, just how come so many Yale anthropologists research fatherhood? In a set of interviews, we ask five experts and explore the different questions anthropology has on the evolution, health, and culture of dads. Ben Finkel, a research... Read more
“The world’s finest fathers just might be covered with fur and live in the trees of Argentina. They’re owl monkeys, and a growing body of research indicates that males of the species do much of the nurturing, childrearing, and protecting of offspring. They should be at the top of any Fathers Day... Read more
Congratulations to Professor Catherine Panter-Brick on receiving a $463,356 grant from Save the Children and the Wellcome Trust to measure the health and well-being impacts of a scalable program of psychosocial intervention for Syrian refugee youth in Jordan. Professor Panter-Brick is a co-PI on... Read more
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