Ashley Hazel
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Influences on women's reproductive lives: Unexpected ecological underpinnings
BS Low, A Hazel, N Parker, KB Welch
Cross-Cultural Research 42 (3), 201-219, 2008
1852008
Changing museum visitors’ conceptions of evolution
AN Spiegel, EM Evans, B Frazier, A Hazel, M Tare, W Gram, J Diamond
Evolution: Education and Outreach 5 (1), 43-61, 2012
662012
Life expectancy, fertility, and women’s lives: A life-history perspective
BS Low, N Parker, A Hazel, KB Welch
Cross-Cultural Research 47 (2), 198-225, 2013
472013
Teleological reasoning, not acceptance of evolution, impacts students’ ability to learn natural selection
ME Barnes, EM Evans, A Hazel, SE Brownell, RM Nesse
Evolution: Education and Outreach 10 (1), 7, 2017
212017
Evolution of the exclusively human pathogen Neisseria gonorrhoeae: Human‐specific engagement of immunoregulatory Siglecs
CS Landig, A Hazel, BP Kellman, JJ Fong, F Schwarz, S Agarwal, N Varki, ...
Evolutionary applications 12 (2), 337-349, 2019
152019
High prevalence of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in a remote, undertreated population of Namibian pastoralists
A HAZEL, S PONNALURI-WEARS, GS DAVIS, BS LOW, B FOXMAN
Epidemiology and Infection, 1-11, 0
13
An anthropologically based model of the impact of asymptomatic cases on the spread of Neisseria gonorrhoeae
A Hazel, S Marino, C Simon
Journal Of The Royal Society Interface 12 (106), 20150067, 2015
62015
Tree thinking: do pictorial representations of phylogenetic relationships help or hinder museum visitors’ understanding of evolution
EM Evans, B Frazier, A Hazel, A Kiss, JD Lane, A Spiegal, J Diamond
Abstract of talk presented at the Tree of Life Conference, Carnegie Museum …, 2009
62009
Herpes simplex virus type 2 among mobile pastoralists in northwestern Namibia
A Hazel, B Foxman, BS Low
Annals of Human Biology 42 (6), 543-551, 2015
52015
Addressing the challenges of missing data in anthropological networks
E Ready, A Hazel, JH Jones
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 165, 221-221, 2018
22018
Transmission‐dynamics models for the SARS Coronavirus‐2
JH Jones, A Hazel, Z Almquist
American Journal of Human Biology 32 (5), 2020
12020
Does kin-selection theory help to explain support networks among farmers in south-central Ethiopia?
L Clech, A Hazel, MA Gibson
Human Nature 30 (4), 422-447, 2019
12019
Remoteness influences access to sexual partners and drives patterns of viral sexually transmitted infection prevalence among nomadic pastoralists
A Hazel, J Holland Jones
PloS one 13 (1), e0191168, 2018
12018
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Pastoralists in Kaokoland, Namibia: Epidemiology, Ecology, and Behavior
MA Hazel
University of Michigan, 2012
12012
Women's responses to climate change in rural Namibia: Subsistence, social ties, and reproductive health
A Hazel
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 171, 117-118, 2020
2020
Temporal clustering of sexual contacts can maintain endemic sexually transmitted virus in mobile subsistence populations
A Hazel, JH Jones
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 168, 99-100, 2019
2019
Opportunities and constraints in women's resource security among agro-pastoralists in Kaokoveld, Namibia
A Hazel, G Meeks, JH Jones
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 165, 115-115, 2018
2018
Differential Impacts of Drought on Social and Ecological Adaptations of the Himba Across Local Environments of Kaokoveld
MC Anderson, A Hazel
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 162, 100-100, 2017
2017
Remoteness Influences Access to Sexual Partners and Drives Patterns of Viral Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevalence among Nomadic Pastoralists
A Hazel, JH Jones
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 162, 212-213, 2017
2017
The Importance of Ethnographic Data and Social Network Structures in Determining Infection Risk for Individuals in Rural Communities of Bangladesh and Uganda
LSP Bloomfield, A Hazel, JH Jones
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 162, 124-124, 2017
2017
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