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Virginia J. Vitzthum
Virginia J. Vitzthum
Professor of Anthropology, Indiana University
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The ecology and evolutionary endocrinology of reproduction in the human female
VJ Vitzthum
American journal of physical anthropology 140 (S49), 95-136, 2009
1382009
Comparative study of breastfeeding structure and its relation to human reproductive ecology
VJ Vitzthum
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 37 (S19), 307-349, 1994
1201994
Evolutionary models of women's reproductive functioning
VJ Vitzthum
Annual Review of Anthropology 37, 53-73, 2008
1152008
Population variation in ovarian function
PT Ellison, SF Lipson, MT O'Rourke, GR Bentley, AM Harrigan, ...
Elsevier, 1993
921993
The impact of random and lineal fission on the genetic divergence of small human groups: a case study among the Yanomama
PE Smouse, VJ Vitzthum, JV Neel
Genetics 98 (1), 179-197, 1981
921981
Interpopulational differences in progesterone levels during conception and implantation in humans
VJ Vitzthum, H Spielvogel, J Thornburg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (6), 1443-1448, 2004
802004
A number no greater than the sum of its parts: the use and abuse of heritability
VJ Vitzthum
Human Biology, 539-558, 2003
802003
Salivary progesterone levels and rate of ovulation are significantly lower in poorer than in better-off urban-dwelling Bolivian women
VJ Vitzthum, GR Bentley, H Spielvogel, E Caceres, J Thornburg, L Jones, ...
Human Reproduction 17 (7), 1906-1913, 2002
742002
Nursing behaviour and its relation to duration of post-partum amenorrhoea in an Andean community
VJ Vitzthum
Journal of Biosocial Science 21 (2), 145-160, 1989
721989
Why not so great is still good enough: Flexible responsiveness in human reproductive functioning
VJ Vitzthum
Reproductive ecology and human evolution, 179-202, 2001
692001
18. Flexibility and Paradox: The Nature of Adaptation in Human Reproduction
VJ Vitzthum
The Evolving Female, 242-258, 1996
501996
A prospective study of early pregnancy loss in humans
VJ Vitzthum, H Spielvogel, J Thornburg, B West
Fertility and sterility 86 (2), 373-379, 2006
492006
The proximate determinants of fertility in populations exposed to chronic hypoxia
VJ Vitzthum, AS Wiley
High Altitude Medicine & Biology 4 (2), 125-139, 2003
482003
Effect of menstrual cycle phase on exercise performance of high-altitude native women at 3600 m
TD Brutsaert, H Spielvogel, E Caceres, M Araoz, RT Chatterton, ...
Journal of experimental biology 205 (2), 233-239, 2002
462002
Seasonal modulation of reproductive effort during early pregnancy in humans
VJ Vitzthum, J Thornburg, H Spielvogel
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2009
442009
Darwin's legacy: An evolutionary view of women's reproductive and sexual functioning
AL Harris, VJ Vitzthum
Journal of Sex Research 50 (3-4), 207-246, 2013
422013
Hormonal Contraception and Physiology: A Research‐based Theory of Discontinuation Due to Side Effects
VJ Vitzthum, K Ringheim
Studies in family planning 36 (1), 13-32, 2005
402005
Links among inflammation, sexual activity and ovulation: Evolutionary trade-offs and clinical implications
TK Lorenz, CM Worthman, VJ Vitzthum
Evolution, medicine, and public health 2015 (1), 304-324, 2015
392015
Characterizing physiological and symptomatic variation in menstrual cycles using self-tracked mobile-health data
K Li, I Urteaga, CH Wiggins, A Druet, A Shea, VJ Vitzthum, N Elhadad
NPJ digital medicine 3 (1), 79, 2020
372020
The home team advantage: reproduction in women indigenous to high altitude
VJ Vitzthum
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (18), 3141-3150, 2001
362001
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