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Review of how hormones mediate in relationships between behaviour and health.
'This book is a wonderful advertisement for human biology as practiced by anthropologists. It is conceptually state-of-the-art, empirically rigorous and shows how basic research can enlighten practical concerns about health ! This book clearly deserves to be read by more than the small group of biological anthropologists who have pioneered extensive studies of hormones and health in field settings ! this book is a gem and a must read for the audience of AJHB.' Benjamin Campbell, American Journal of Human Biology 'I strongly recommend the book to my colleagues, particularly to those who are basic science researchers.' Istvan Merchenthaler, TEM 'This is an excellent volume that pulls together much of the existing research literature on hormones and health where data have been collected under realistic field conditions. It will provide graduate students and professionals a foundation for understanding this area of research and moving into it.' Human Biology ' ! this book is a gem !' American Journal of Human Biology 'There is both scientific interest and practical urgency behind the ideas and findings presented here ! it will inform graduate students and researchers interested in human sciences, human development, anthropology, epidemiology, public environmental and reproductive health.' Human Evolution
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