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1 41ST ANNUAL MEETING HUMAN BIOLOGY ASSOCIATION PROGRAM SUMMARY Atlanta, GA TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2016 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2016 7:30 a.m.9:00 a.m. AJHB EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING AND BREAKFAST Room: A702 8:00 a.m.5:00 p.m. REGISTRATION Registration Desk 4 Atrium Level 8:00 a.m.11:00 a.m. POSTER SESSION (Set up at 7:00am) Chair: Amanda Thompson Atrium Ballroom A/B 11:30 p.m.12:45 p.m. LUNCH BREAK 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. BREAKOUT SESSION 1 Pedagogy in Human Biology Susan Johnston, Organizer Room: L504 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. BREAKOUT SESSION 2 Career Pathways Panel Discussion: Applying Human Biology in Academia and Beyond Angela Garcia and Alysa Pomer, Organizers Room: L505 1:00 p.m.1:15 p.m. OPENING WELCOME Andrea Wiley, President of the Human Biology Association INTRODUCTION TO PLENARY SESSION Robin Bernstein and Darna Dufour, Organizers Room: A703/704 1:154:45 p.m. PLENARY SESSION Worldwide Variation in Human Growth 40 Years Later Organizers: Robin Bernstein and Darna Dufour 6

2 Room: A703/704 5:006:00 p.m. PEARL MEMORIAL LECTURE Improved nutrition in the first 1000 days and adult human capital and health Reynaldo Martorell Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University Room: A703/704 6:309:30 p.m. HBA DINNER RECEPTION AND CASH BAR Imperial Ballroom Salon A THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016 7:30 a.m.8:30 a.m. REGISTRATION Registration Desk 4 Atrium Level 8:3010:00 a.m. PODIUM SESSION A Evolutionary and Biocultural Perspectives on Pregnancy and Infant Feeding Chair: Crystal Patil Room: A704 10:0010:15 a.m. COFFEE BREAK 10:1511:45 a.m. PODIUM SESSION B Growth and Reproduction in Transitioning Environments Chair: Lee Gettler Room: A704 12:001:15 p.m. HBA ANNUAL AWARDS LUNCHEON Room: A601 1:303:00 p.m. PODIUM SESSION C Immune Function, Stress and Health across the Lifespan Chair: Elizabeth Miller Room: A704 3:003:15 p.m. COFFEE BREAK 3:154:30 p.m. PODIUM SESSION D Human Variation in the Field and in the Classroom Chair: L. Christie Rockwell Room: A704 5:006:30 p.m. HBA ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING 7

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3 Room: A704 7:009:30 p.m. HBA STUDENT RECEPTION Imperial Ballroom Salon A FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 2016 8:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. JOINT AAPA/HBA SYMPOSIUM Biocultural perspectives on family health within and across generations. Invited Poster Symposium. Chair: Melanie Martin Atrium Ballroom C 8

4 41st ANNUAL MEETING HUMAN BIOLOGY ASSOCIATION SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2016 8:00 a.m.11:00 a.m. POSTER PRESENTATIONS Chair: Amanda Thompson Atrium Ballroom A/B 7:00 8:00 a.m.: Poster setup 8:00 9:30 a.m.: Authors of odd-numbered posters present for discussion 9:15 9:45 a.m.: COFFEE BREAK 9:30 11:00 a.m.: Authors of even-numbered posters present for discussion 11:00 a.m.4:30 p.m.: Posters available for independent viewing 4:30 -5:00 p.m.: Poster takedown POSTER PRESENTATIONS 1. What a drop can really do: methodological challenges of integrating dried blood spot samples into human biology research. GN Eick, SS Urlacher, TE Fording, PR Kowal, LS Sugiyama, JJ Snodgrass 2. Transferrin receptor protein values in dried blood spots stored for nine years demonstrate strong correlation with transferrin receptor in matched sera and with hemoglobin values assessed at the time of blood collection. J Stone, M Fujita 3. Cortisone to cortisol ratio as an alternative method for assessing HPA-axis function in pregnancy. ZM Thayer 4. Living on the edge: investigating the relationship between nutrition, gender, and changing socioeconomics in South West Cameroon. KR Culley and CA Jost Robinson 5. Food insecurity, maternal mental health, and child morbidity in Mwanza, Tanzania. AF Dorsey, JA Decaro, M Manyama, W Wilson 6. Nutritional transition in indigenous communities of the Atacama Desert, northern Chile: a biocultural approach to changes in Atacamenian diet and nutrition. T Pardo, M Hubbe, GH Shepard JR, L Conde 7. The nutritional status of children from two riverine populations of the Amazon, Brazil. LA Filgueiras, HP Silva 8. Impact of market integration on under- and overnutrition in the Ecuadorean Amazon. MV Sorensen, F Lu, K Houck 9

5 9. Cytomegalovirus antibody titers among young children in Mwanza, Tanzania: interpretation & relationship to household conditions. JA Decaro, AF Dorsey, M Manyama, W Wilson 10. Childhood intestinal health, immune function and the gut microbiome in Galapagos, Ecuador. KM Houck, AL Thompson, MV Sorensen 11. Predictors of skin infections in rural Gambian infants. J Washabaugh, S Moore, M Darboe, R Bernstein 12. Predictors of microcytic and macrocytic anemia in the Bolivian Amazon. A Anderson, B Trumble, H Kaplan, M Gurven, AD Blackwell 13. The effect of age-related reductions in school attendance on the size and timing of infectious disease epidemics in a small, traditional community. JL Dimka, L Sattenspiel 14. Childhood epidemics and the changing demographic landscape of the land archipelago. EL Miller 15. Household pets: sentinel species and potential for increased risk of human cases of Lyme disease. E Ragusa, K Schaal, J Huey, B Ho, A Roome, R Spathis, RM Garruto 16. Risk of Lyme disease in the Upper Susquehanna River Basin. A Roome, A Ferrier, YJ Cen, K Schaal, F Tiu, S Vogel, S Nelson, D Goldberg, K Patel, M Armstrong, H Lin, M Susco, B Kopping, C Hashem, Z Tayyem, J Randall, S John, Z Shah, R Spathis, RM Garruto. 17. Gender inequality and vitamin D interaction in country-level sex disparities in multiple sclerosis prevalence. J Perez 18. Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE): Cross-cultural associations between cognitive function and diminished physical performance among older adults. TE Gild- ner, MA Liebert, P Kowal, JJ Snodgrass 19. Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE): The social stratification of frailty among older adults in India. JM Schrock, MA Liebert, P Kowal, JJ Snodgrass 20. Impact of obesity on happiness and quality of life among older adults in South Africa and Ghana. SC Mort, GH Ice, ZT Haile 21. Survey of migration and health among the Purepecha. I Godinez 22. Objective measures and perception of hot flashes among women in the city of Campeche and in the rural municipalities of Hopelchn and Calakmul. LL Sievert, L Huicochea Gomez, D Cahuich Campos, DE Brown 23. Childhood adversity and adult stress response are independent correlates of obesity in a sample of Appalachian women. AC Farbman, GH Ice 24. Effects of post-migration acculturation of British Bangladeshis on levels of salivary cortisol: 10

6 does local population density and generation matter? GD Cooper, P Nahar, N Akhter, K Begum, A Kasim, GR Bentley 25. A matter of perception: Subjective and objective socioeconomic status and diurnal cortisol on the island of Utila, Honduras. A Garcia, AD Blackwell 26. Environmental variability of blood pressure and heart rate is similar between women with and without a parental history of hypertension in women. GD James 27. Preliminary Analysis of Sociocultural Predictors of Self-Reported Health Status of Agricultural Workers in the North-Eastern United States. KR Nelder, MV Gallo 28. Use of insecticides and herbicides linked to higher BMI in Samoan mothers. JJ Park, NC Deziel, CC Choy, EA Frame, T Naseri, MS Reupena, RL Duckham, NL Hawley 29. Exposure to environmental toxicants as a predictor of infant neurodevelopment. NH Graham, LM Schell, PJ Parsons, PC Kruger 30. Associations between Serum Concentrations of Perfluorinated Chemicals (PFCs) and Thyroid Hormones in White Males from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) III (2011-2012). CA Ehret, MM Bleuze, LM Schell 31. Associations between time of sleep onset, sleep duration, and leukocyte counts. N Keivanfar, A Garcia, S Bay, and AD Blackwell 32. Impact of television on adolescent sleep: a randomized experiment in Vietnam. CM Worthman, A Sadeh, RA Dahl, R Jayakody 33. Maternal height, childrens birth weight and adiposity in a sample of 6 to 10 years of age. H Azcorra, F Dickinson and S Datta Banik 34. Early environment and C-reactive protein: a cross-sectional study on British Bangladeshi in the UK. K Begum, G Cooper, P Nahar, N Akhter, A Kasim and GR Bentley 35. December birth is associated with higher mortality among older people in Japan: Findings from the JAGES cohort. Y Inoue, A Stickley, A Yazawa, T Fujiwara, K Kondo, N Kondo. 36. Does chronic maternal psychosocial stress among American Samoan women affect neonate body size? M Howells, DL Dufour, RL Bender, M Sespasara, A Lloyd 37. Maternal glucose status (HbA1c) during pregnancy and offspring birth outcomes in Cebu, Philippines. RL Fried, NR Lee, TW Mcdade, CW Kuzawa 38. Changing Birth Dynamics in Yucatn: Do Cesarean Births Undermine Child Health? A Veile, KL Kramer 39. Social and economic change and rising rate of caesarean-section deliveries in Ecuador. JR Jahnke, KM Houck, ME Bentley, AL Thompson 11

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7 40. Examining maternal marital status in American Samoa: implications for neonate size and access to prenatal care. CR Wagi, ME Howells, RL Bender, M Sespasara 41. Mode of cultural learning, not ecology, influences duration of exclusive breastfeeding in a sample of indigenous Maya women from Guatemala. LJ Mckerracher, M Collard, RM Altman, D Sellen, P Nepomnaschy 42. Are changes in milk fat concentration over a single feed related to infant growth? EM Miller 43. Infant sleep duration and melatonin levels in exclusively breastfed and exclusively formula fed infants. AEF Rudzik, L Robinson, HL Ball 44. Breastfeeding and early feeding practices in the first 8 months of life for infants from north- central Tanzania. CL Patil, B Hanselman, R Ambikapathi, K Yeh, C Amour, E Mduma, J Gratz, E Svensen, LE Caulfield, The MAL-ED Network Investigators 45. Mixed evidence of adverse nutritional outcomes associated with early complementary feeding among the Tsimane. M Martin, M Gurven 46. The influence of caregiver feeding styles on infant dietary outcomes. KJ Barrett, AL Thompson, HM Wasser, ME Bentley 47. Co-sleeping behavioral interactions and responsiveness; a focus on fathers. G Rogoff, L Gettler, J Mckenna 48. Intersections of psychosocial stress, testosterone, and caregiving in US mothers and fathers. M Tumminello. J Braungart-Rieker. EM Cummings. J Burke. LT Gettler 49. Translating IBCLC skills into field research on human lactation. AEL Palmquist 50. Preece Baines Model 1 to estimate height and knee height growth in boys and girls from Merida, Mexico. S Datta Banik, SM Salehabadi, F Dickinson 51. Standardization of foot growth curves for Japanese children aged 1-6 years. K Ueda, S Kokudo 52. Comparison and integration of growth standards of four Asian countries: Thailand, Laos, Myanmar and Nepal. S Kokudo, S Ohsawa, A Shimoda, T Asakura, S Tomokawa, T Sagawa, T Nakano, B Kannhavong, N Keosada, K Toomsam, T Naing, B Devkota 53. What aspects of the phenotype manifest spurts during adolescence? CR Hodges- Simeon, K Hanson Sobraske, M Gurven, SJC Gaulin 54. Developmental plasticity in historic Southwestern American Indians: Influence of mobility, nutrition, and sociopolitical stress on stature and menarche. SM Tuller 55. Exploring the relationship between physical activity, sedentary behaviors, and BMI in Samoan children aged 2-5. EA Frame, CC Choy, JJ Park, T Naseri, MS Reupena, RL Duckham, NC Deziel, A Baylin, NL Hawley 12

8 56. Differences between rural- and urban-dwelling Guyanese girls activity patterns, energy expenditure, and well-being. EI Singh, VJ Vitzthum 57. Changes in dietary and physical activity patterns and body composition during adolescence: The Birth to Twenty Cohort. K Riggle 58. The association of diet and community food resources with BMI and percent body fat in the NHLBI Family Heart Study. F Gomez, M Oka, S Gehlert, I Borecki 59. Physical activity in chronic kidney disease: a group study of hemodialysis patients in Guerrero, Mexico. A. Arroyo-Ramirez, MA. Pea-Reyes 60. Body fat protects against muscle mass loss in physically active humans at high altitude temperate and cold environments. C Ocobock 61. Metabolic limits and adaptation in humans: Daily energy expenditure in Race Across the USA athletes. C Thurber, B Carlson, C Ocobock, L Dugas, H Pontzer 62. Stress and satisfaction measures during final exams in freshmen as a predictor of academic performance: sex differences. A Ching, TK. Halliwell, S Gandhi, L Isozaki, J Mahoe, DT Koomoa, DE Brown 63. Discrimination, cultural consonance, and cell-mediated immunity among college students. EB Quinn, JA Decaro 64. The impact of compassion training on medical student well-being and immune function. JS Mascaro, S Kelley, A Darcher, LT Negi, C Worthman, A Miller, C Raison 65. Psychosocial distress following a natural disaster in a lower-middle income country: Healthy mothers, healthy communities study in Vanuatu. A Pomer, F Taleo, H Sizemore, A Tokon, G Taleo, L Tarivonda, KN Dancause 66. Human variation, disease and Tibetan pharmacology: New pharmaceutical research schema and case studies highlighting Tibetan medical approaches to individualized patient physiology. T Tidwell, J Nettles 67. Environmental reliability, inter-temporal choice, and risky decision-making among Shuar children. D Amir, Y Dunham, M Liebert, J Snodgrass, S Urlacher, F Madimenos, L Sugiyama, RG Bribiescas 68. Multi-sensory campfire experiences influence lower electrodermal response. E Duncan, A Boatwright, M Carr, A Daugherty, C Lynn 69. Selective decreases in the hippocampus in Major Depressive Disorder: a Life History approach. RL Tennyson, EV Harel, M Bar 70. Modeling human brain evolution using neurodevelopmental disorders: the case for Williams syndrome. KL Hanson, K Semendeferi 13

9 71. Correlated genetic and linguistic distances among Trans-New Guinea language speakers of highland Papua New Guinea. M Li, KL Derosa, S Schutta, H Mann, A Roome, W Guo, D Castellanos, S Bender, J Echard, K Casey, M Shamoon-Pour, H Dulin, R Spathis, RM Garruto, JK Lum 72. The utility of a health risk assessment in a Midwest Medicaid population. LE Soloway, LG Moore, A Herzig, PA Labrec 73. Sickle cell disease in the Amazon and the challenges of combating racism. AK Silva, HP Silva 74. Growth of the Pectoral Girdle in a Sample of Juveniles from the Kellis 2 Cemetery, Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. MM Bleuze, SM Wheeler, LJ Williams, TL Dupras 75. Lamellar invagination of the cranial canals: Three cases of ipsilaterally atretic basicranial foramina from post-medieval Holland. GMA Carroll, A Waters-Rist, SA Inskip 14

10 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2016 (CONTINUED) 11:30 p.m.12:45 p.m. LUNCH BREAK 11:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. BREAK-OUT SESSIONS BREAKOUT SESSION 1 Pedagogy in Human Biology Susan Johnston, Organizer Room: L504 BREAKOUT SESSION 2 Career Pathways Panel Discussion: Applying Human Biology in Academia and Beyond Angela Garcia and Alysa Pomer, Organizers Room: L505 1:00 p.m.1:15 p.m. OPENING WELCOME Andrea Wiley, President of the Human Biology Association Room: A703/704 INTRODUCTION TO PLENARY SESSION Robin Bernstein and Darna Dufour, Organizers Room: A703/704 1:154:45 p.m. PLENARY SESSION Worldwide Variation in Human Growth 40 Years Later Organizers: Robin Bernstein and Darna Dufour Room: A703/704 The first edition of Phyllis Eveleth and James Tanners Worldwide Variation in Human Growth was published in 1976, bringing together information on growth and maturation across many different populations. This provided a new resource for human biologists, and also raised important questions concerning the construction and implementation of growth standards and the teasing apart of genetic and environmental contributions to growth patterns. A second edition of this work was released in 1991. In the 25 years since then, the study of human growth has itself grown by leaps and bounds. This Plenary Session will showcase research that highlights the ways in which human biologists currently approach investigations of human growth, building on the foundations laid by Eveleth and Tanner. 1:15 pm In pursuit of a fair and equal society: Worldwide Variation in Human Growth 1964-1988 Noel Cameron 1:45 pm Secular trends, epigenetic assimilation and community effects on growth Barry Bogin 15

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11 2:15 pm Population-level differences and secular shifts in skeletal maturation. Dana Duren 2:45- 3:00 p.m. COFFEE BREAK 3:00 p.m. Worldwide variability in growth: incorporating developmental plasticity, body composition and maternal effects. Jonathan Wells 3:30 p.m. Individual growth and mechanisms of variation Michelle Lampl 4:00 p.m. Influence of health and disease on variation in growth and skeletal development Babette Zemel 4:30 p.m. Closing remarks Robin Bernstein and Darna Dufour 5:00 p.m. RAYMOND PEARL MEMORIAL LECTURE Improved nutrition in the first 1000 days and adult human capital and health. Reynaldo Martorell Room: A703/704 6:30- HBA DINNER RECEPTION 9:30 p.m. Imperial Ballroom Salon A THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016 8:3010:00 a.m. PODIUM SESSION A: Evolutionary and Biocultural Perspectives on Pregnancy and Infant Feeding Chair: Crystal Patil Room: A704 8:30 a.m. Teenage pregnancy compromises maternal growth but not reproductive success among the Tsimane, Bolivian forager-famers. LS McAllister, A Blackwell, G Garcia, MD Gurven 8:45 a.m. Cultural transmission of pregnancy dietary avoidances CD Placek, EH Hagen 9:00 a.m. Feeding babies, feeding inequalities: A biocultural examination of changing economic activity, infant feeding, and early growth in Nuoa, Peru 16

12 MK Hoke 9:15 a.m. Cultural domain analysis of breastfeeding, stress, and support among white, middle class families of North Carolina. BG Chamberlain 9:30 a.m. Maternal adiposity is not associated with several milk bioactives in high altitude living Tibetans EA Quinn, G Childs 9:45 a.m. Great ape milk differs from human milk in nutritionally significant ways ML Power 10:00 a.m. COFFEE BREAK 10:1511:45 a.m. PODIUM SESSION B: Growth and reproduction in transitioning environments Chair: Lee Gettler Room: A704 10:15 a.m Can stress biomarkers demonstrate the effectiveness of a humanitarian intervention? An evaluation with Syrian refugee youth. A Sancilio, R Dajani, M Eggerman, S Van Uum, K Wiley, C Panter-Brick 10:30 a.m. Secular change in childhood time allocation, energy expenditure, and growth among rapidly modernizing indigenous Maya SS Urlacher and KL Kramer 10:45 a.m. Co-existence of anemia, overweight and obesity among 2-5 year old children in Samoa CC Choy, JJ Park, EA Frame, T Naseri, MS Reupena, NC Deziel, RL Duckham NL Hawley 11:00 a.m. MtDNA analysis reveals restricted gene flow between highland and coastal populations of Papua New Guinea KL DeRosa, M Li, H Mann, S Schutta, A Roome, W Guo, D Castellanos, S Bender, J Echard, K Casey, M Shamoon-Pour, H Dulin, R Spathis, RM Garruto, JK Lum 11:15 a.m. Is reproductive hormone function compromised in obese Samoan men? RG Bribiescas, KS Wiley, A Sancilio, C Panter-Brick, T Naseri, NL Hawley, S McGarvey 11:30 a.m. Timescales of adaptation: Variation in brown fat activity among populations in Yakutia (Sakha Republic) of northeastern Siberia. 17

13 SB Levy and WR Leonard 12:001:15 p.m. HBA ANNUAL AWARDS LUNCHEON Room: A601 1:303:00 p.m. PODIUM SESSION C: Immune Function, Stress and Health across the Lifespan Chair: Elizabeth Miller Room: A704 1:30 p.m. Early origins of inflammation: Does DNA methylation mediate the association between nutritional and microbial environments in infancy and the regulation of inflammation in young adulthood? TW McDade, C Ryan, R Fried, M Jones, M Kobor, C Kuzawa 1:45 p.m. Complex interactions between iron nutrition and infectious disease among children in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania K Wander, B Shell-Duncan, Brindle E 2:00 p.m. Soil-transmitted helminth infection and immune function: Ascaris lumbricoides, but not Trichuris trichiura, is associated with lower adult-levels of C-reactive protein among the Shuar of Ecuadorian Amazonia TJ Cepon-Robins, TE Gildner, MA Liebert, SS Urlacher, FC Madimenos, LS Sugiyama, JJ Snodgrass 2:15 p.m. Stressful life events, the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and cellular aging in women PA Nepomnaschy, CK Barha, KG Salvante, CW Hanna, SL Wilson, WP Robinson and RM Altman 2:30 p.m. Growth references for Amazonian populations AD Blackwell, SS Urlacher, B Beheim, C von Rueden, BC Trumble, J Stieglitz, H Kaplan, and M Gurven 2:45 p.m. Co-residence, health and wellbeing among older adults in South Africa and Ghana. GH Ice, ZT Haile 3:00 p.m. COFFEE BREAK 3:154:30 p.m. PODIUM SESSION D: Human Variation in the Field and the Classroom Chair: L. Christie Turner Room: A704 18

14 3:15 p.m. Sexual activity and ovulation status moderate patterns of inflammation across the ovarian cycle in healthy women TK Lorenz, CM Worthman, J Thornburg, VJ Vitzthum 3:30 p.m. Obesity and the risk of hot flashes in midlife Arab women living in Qatar. LM Gerber, LL Sievert, AE Giambrone, M Verjee 3:45 p.m. Is maximal handgrip strength associated with biomarkers of cardiometabolic disease risk in Melanesian adults in Vanuatu? KM Olszowy, A Roome, K Bower, L Tarivonda, D Ngwele 4:00 p.m. Variation in the androgen receptor modulates the relationship between testosterone and sexually dimorphic traits in adult males CP Ryan, A Georgiev, TW McDade, LT Gettler, DTA Eisenberg, MG Hayes, CW Kuzawa 4:15 p.m. Impact of modernization on child growth and obesity risk in Vanuatu KN Dancause, A Pomer, KM Olszowy, C Sun, H Silverman, G Lee, CW Chan, L Tarivonda, A Kaneko, CA Weitz, JK Lum, RM Garruto 4:30 p.m. Inquiry-based curriculum improves student understanding about evolution in an introductory biological anthropology course. SL Johnston, M Knabb, J Auld, L Rieser-Danner FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2016 8:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. JOINT AAPA/HBA SYMPOSIUM Biocultural perspectives on family health within and across generations. Invited Poster Symposium. Chair: Melanie Martin Atrium Ballroom C Families impact child and adult health within and across generations. Biocultural perspectives recognize families as derived but highly plastic features of human evolution, varying in structure and function across time and cultures, and serving as units of intergenerational transfer and filters for early environments. While medicine and public health increasingly emphasize the importance of family health histories and integrated child, adult, and reproductive health services, the familial roles and behaviors that these practices target can be limited, generation-specific, or sociohistorically constructed. Biocultural perspectives offer expanded approaches to understanding and improving health of family members intergenerationally and across diverse environments. Anthropological research relevant to family health includes work in genetics, epigenetics, life history, reproductive ecology, parental investment, and kin structure, among other areas. Such research broadens our understanding of the dynamic genetic, somatic, and experiential exchanges that impact current and future health of family members. This symposium draws together researchers working across these fields in order to addresses the following themes: (1) how the plasticity of family structure, parental investment, and reproduction affects health behaviors and outcomes; (2) how different environmental challenges evoke proportional or divergent responses among individual family members across the 19

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15 challenges evoke proportional or divergent responses among individual family members across the lifespan; and (3) how epigenetic and intergenerational influences affect health outcomes of current and future generations. The research presented in this symposium addresses family health challenges both broadly and across diverse local environments. By merging these perspectives, we aim to provide a comprehensive framework for examining how family relationships and shared environments affect health and development of all family members, now and in subsequent generations. Ultimately, this integrated approach may be harnessed to inform family health policies that are more reflective of evolved physiological mechanisms, and cultural and environmental diversity. 1. What beautiful days we lived in the past: Untangling the conundrum of increased perception of mortality and morbidity risk in rural Bangladesh. Mary K. Shenk, Mary C. Towner. 2. Too sick to have another baby: Effects of perceived health on family planning in the Bolivian Amazon. Lisa S. McAllister, Michael D. Gurven. 3. Effects of Different Family Economic Strategies on Individual Family Members' Health Among the Boat-Dwelling Shodagor. Kathrine Starkweather. 4. Cooperative breeding among Agta foragers: How reproduction, health and transition intersect today. Abigail Emma. Page, Sylvain Viguier, Mark Dyble, Daniel Smith, Nikhil Chaudhary, Gul Deniz Salali, James Thompson, Lucio Vinicius, Ruth Mace, Andrea B. Migliano 5. I dont have any friends: Narrative Self-Reports of Social Support and Resource Management, and Assessments of Nutritional Status in Jamaicans Across the Lifespan. Robin G. Nelson. 6. Substitution or Augmentation: is early complementary feeding that does not reduce breastfeeding intensity really suboptimal?. Melanie A. Martin, Michael Gurven. 7. Androgen receptor gene CAG repeats, testosterone, and male life history. Lee T. Gettler, Dan T.A. Eisenberg, M. Geoffrey Hayes, Alan B. Feranil, Christopher W. Kuzawa. 8. When Do Fathers Matter? Father Absence and Child Health in Northern Tanzania. David W. Lawson, Anush Hassan, Susie Schaffnit, Susan James, Monique Borgerhoff Mulder. 9. Male migration, family structure and children's health in a seasonal agricultural community in Veracruz, Mexico. Alejandra Nunez-de la Mora. 10. Down through the generations: the role of developmental programming in the intergenerational inheritance of cardiometabolic disease risk among high-prevalence populations. Daniel C. Benyshek. 11. Epigenetic analysis of intergenerational effects of maternal stress and war trauma in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Jacklyn Quinlan, Christopher Clukay, David A. Hughes, Nicole C. Rodney, Felicien M. Maisha, Connie J. Mulligan. 20

16 12. Grandparent Contribution to Child Nutritional Status: Evidence from the Young Lives Study. Megan E. Costa. 13. Understanding child obesity risk at the household level: The influence of parental and grandparental health beliefs and practices in Chinese families. Amanda L. Thompson. Please consult the AAPA program for abstracts for the joint session. 21

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