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Dr. Josh Snodgrass -- Peer-Reviewed Publication Archive

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1) Galloway & Snodgrass. 1998. Biological and chemical hazards of forensic skeletal analysis.
J Forensic Sci.

2) Burton et al. 2001. Middle to Late Holocene changes in the ecology of northern fur seals: Insights from
archaeofauna and stable isotopes. Oecologia.

3) Burton et al. 2002. Isotopic tracking of prehistoric pinniped foraging and distribution along the central California
coast: Preliminary results. Int J Osteoarch.

4) Leonard et al. 2003. Metabolic correlates of hominid brain expansion. Comp Biochem Physiol.

5) Snodgrass & Galloway. 2003. Utility of dorsal pits and pubic tubercle height in parity assessment.
J Forensic Sci.

6) Snodgrass. 2004. Sex differences and aging of the vertebral column. J Forensic Sci.

7) Sorensen et al. 2005. Health consequences of postsocialist transition: dietary and lifestyle determinants of
plasma lipids in Yakutia. Am J Hum Biol.

8) Leonard et al. 2005. Metabolic adaptation in indigenous Siberian populations. Annu Rev Anthropol.

9) Snodgrass et al. 2005. Basal metabolic rate in the Yakut (Sakha) of Siberia. Am J Hum Biol.

10) Gifford-Gonzalez et al. 2005. Archaeofaunal insights on pinniped-human interactions in the northeastern
Pacific. In: Monks (ed.) The Exploitation and Cultural Importance of Marine Mammals.

11) Snodgrass et al. 2006. Total energy expenditure in the Yakut (Sakha) of Siberia as measured by the doubly
labeled water method. Am J Clin Nutr.

12) Snodgrass et al. 2006. The emergence of obesity among indigenous Siberians. J Physiol Anthropol 25.

13) Sorensen et al. 2006. High-sensitivity C-reactive protein, adiposity, and blood pressure in the Yakut of Siberia.
Am J Hum Biol.

14) Snodgrass et al. 2007 Adaptive dimensions of health research among indigenous Siberians. Am J Hum Biol.

15) Snodgrass et al. 2007. Anthropometric correlates of C-reactive protein among indigenous Siberians.
J Physiol Anthropol.

16) Snodgrass et al. 2007. Primate bioenergetics: An evolutionary perspective. In: Ravosa & Dagosto (eds.)
Primate Origins: Adaptations and Evolution

17) McDade et al. 2007. What a drop can do: Dried blood spots as a minimally-invasice method for integrating
biomarkers in population-based research. Demography.

18) Leonard et al. 2007. Energetic models of human nutritional evolution. In: Ungar (ed.) Evolution of the Human

19) Leonard et al. 2007. Effects of brain evolution on human nutrition and metabolism. Annu Rev Nutr.

20) Leonard et al. 2007. Energetics and the evolution of brain size in early Homo. In: Roebroeks (ed.) Guts and
Brains: An Integrative Approach to the Hominin Record

21) Snodgrass et al. 2008. The influence of basal metabolic rate on blood pressure among indigenous Siberians.
Am J Phys Anthropol.

22) Zlojutro et al. 2008. The origins of the Yakut people: Evidence from mitochondrial DNA diversity. Int J
Hum Genet.

23) Leonard et al. 2009. Health consequences of social and ecological adversity among indigenous Siberian
populations: Biocultural and evolutionary interactions. In: Panter-Brick & Fuentes (eds.)
Health, Risk, and
Adversity: A New Synthesis from Biological Anthropology

24) Sorensen et al. 2009. Lifestyle incongruity, stress and immune function in indigenous Siberians: The health
impacts of rapid social and economic change. Am J Phys Anthropol.

25) Zlojutro et al. 2009. Coalescent simulations of Yakut mtDNA variation suggest small founding population.
Am J Phys Anthropol.

26) Snodgrass et al. 2009. The energetics of encephalization in early hominids. In: Hublin & Richards (eds.)
Evolution of Hominid Diets: Integrating Approaches to the Study of Palaeolithic Subsistence.

27) Leonard et al. 2009. Evolutionary perspectives on fat ingestion and metabolism in humans. In: Montmayeur and le
Coutre (eds.) Fat Detection: Taste, Texture, and Post Ingestive Effects.

28) Snodgrass and Leonard. 2009. Neandertal energetics revisited: Insights into population dynamics and life history
evolution. PaleoAnthropology.

29) Snodgrass et al. 2010. Impaired fasting glucose and metabolic syndrome in an indigenous Siberian population. Int J Circumpol Health. pdfpic

30) Leonard WR et al. 2010. What did humans evolve to eat? Metabolic implications of major trends in hominid evolution. In: Moffat and Prowse (eds.) Human Diet and Nutrition in Biocultural Perspective: Past Meets Present. pdf

31) Raichlen et al. 2010. Causes and significance of variation in mammalian basal metabolism. J Comp Physiol B.

32) McClure et al. 2010. Discrimination, psychosocial stress, and health among Latin American immigrants in Oregon.
Am J Hum Biol.

33) McClure et al. 2010. Discrimination-related stress, blood pressure, and immune function among Latin American
immigrants in Oregon. J Biosocial Sci.

34) Blackwell et al. 2010. Life history, immune function, and intestinal helminths: Trade-offs among immunoglobulin E, C-reactive protein, and growth in an Amazonian population. Am J Hum Biol. pdfpic (cover photo)

35) Madimenos et al. 2011. Physical activity in an indigenous Ecuadorian forager-horticulturalist population as measured using accelerometry. Am J Hum Biol.

36) Blackwell et al. 2011. Evidence for a peak shift in a humoral response to helminths: Age profiles of IgE in the Shuar of Ecuador, the Tsimane of Bolivia, and the U.S. NHANES. PLoS Neglect Trop D.

37) Madimenos et al. 2011. Normative calcaneal quantitative ultrasound data for the indigenous Shuar and non-Shuar Colonos of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Arch Osteoporosis.

38) Cepon et al. 2011. Circumpolar adaptation, social change, and the development of autoimmune thyroid disorders among the Yakut (Sakha) of Siberia. Am J Hum Biol.

39) Leonard et al. 2011. Diet and brain evolution: Nutritional implications of large human brain size. In: Preedy et al. (eds.) Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition. pdfpic

40) Snodgrass et al. 2011. Metabolic adaptation in the Yakut (Sakha). Yakut Medical Journal (in Russian). pdfpic

41) Snodgrass. 2012. Human energetics. In: Stinson et al. (eds.) Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural Approach (2nd Edition). pdfpic

42) Anton and Snodgrass. 2012. Origin and evolution of genus Homo: A new perspective. Curr Anthropol 53. pdfpic

43) Madimenos et al. 2012. Reproductive effects on skeletal health in Shuar women of Amazonian Ecuador: A life history perspective. Am J Hum Biol. pdfpic

44) Muchlinski et al. 2012. Muscle mass scaling in primates: An energetic and ecological perspective. Am J Primatol.

45) McClure et al. 2012. Links between child and adolescent behavioral distress and elevated adult body mass index. J Child Psychiatry Hum Develop. pdfpic

46) Leonard et al. 2012. Comparative and evolutionary perspectives on human brain growth. In: Cameron and Bogin (eds.) Human Growth and Development (2nd Edition). pdfpic

47) McDade et al. 2012. Analysis of variability of high sensitivity C-reactive protein in lowland Ecuador reveals no evidence of chronic low-grade inflammation. Am J Hum Biol. pdfpic

48) Squires et al. 2012. Diurnal cortisol rhythms among Latino immigrants in Oregon, USA. J Physiol Anthropol. pdfpic

49) Kowal et al. 2012. Cohort profile: The WHO Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE). Int J Epidemiol. pdfpic


50) Liebert et al. 2013. Implications of market integration for cardiovascular and metabolic health among an indigenous Amazonian Ecuadorian population. Ann Hum Biol. pdfpic

51) McClure et al. 2013. Integrating biomarkers into research with Latino immigrants in the United States. Adv Anthropol. pdfpic

52) Levy et al. 2013. Seasonal and socioeconomic influences on thyroid function among the Yakut (Sakha) of Eastern Siberia. Am J Hum Biol. pdfpic

53) Snodgrass. 2013. Health of indigenous circumpolar populations. Annu Rev Anthropol. pdfpic

54) Gildner et al. 2014. Sleep duration, sleep  quality, and body composition among older adults from six middle-income countries: Results from the Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE). Am J Hum Biol. pdfpic

55) Wilson et al. 2014. Objectively measured physical activity and sedentary behaviour of Yakut (Sakha) adults. Ann Hum Biol.

56) Cepon et al. 2014. Soil-transmitted helminth prevalence and infection intensity among geographically and economically distinct Shuar communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon. J Parasitol.
57) Gildner et al. 2014. Effect of sleep quality and duration on cognitive function among older adults from six middle income countries: Results from the Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE). J Clin Sleep Med.

58) Leonard et al. 2014. Seasonal variation in basal metabolic rates among the Yakut (Sakha) of northeastern Siberia. Am J Hum Biol. pdfpic

59) Peltzer et al. 2014. Prevalence of loss of all teeth (edentulism) and associated factors in older adults in China, Ghana, India, Mexico, Russia and South Africa. Int J Env Res Public Health.

60) Peltzer et al. 2014. Universal health coverage in emerging economies: Findings on health care utilization by older adults in China, Ghana, India, Mexico, the Russian Federation and South Africa. Glob Health Act.

61) Colehour et al. 2014. Local domestication of lactic acid bacteria via cassava beer fermentation. PeerJ. pdfpic

62) Scott et al. 2014. Human preferences for sexually dimorphic faces may be evolutionarily novel. PNAS.

63) Kim et al. 2015. Intimate partner violence and diurnal cortisol patterns in couples. Psychoneuroendocrinology. pdfpic

64) Madimenos et al. 2015. Determining osteoporosis risk in older Colono adults from rural Amazonian Ecuador using calcaneal ultrasonometry. Am J Hum Biol.

65) Wilson et al. 2015. Do physical activity and sedentary behavior relate to cardio-metabolic risk factor clustering in indigenous Siberian adults? Am J Hum Biol.

66) Rivas Marino et al. 2015. Body mass index, physical activity and associated factors among older adults in Mexico: An analysis of the Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE). Am J Hum Biol. pdfpic

67) McClure et al. 2015. Stress, place, and allostatic load among Mexican immigrant farmworkers in Oregon. J Immigr Minor Health. pdfpic

68) Wu et al. 2015. Common risk factors for chronic non-communicable diseases among older adults in China, Ghana, Mexico, India, Russia and South Africa: The Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE) Wave 1. BMC Public Health.

69) McClure et al. 2015. Mother-child contact and maternal hair cortisol and adjustment during and following incarceration. Adv Child Family Policy. pdfpic

70) Arokiasamy et al. 2015. The impact of multimorbidity on adult physical and mental health in low- and middle-income countries: what does the Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE) reveal? BMC Medicine. pdfpic

71) Gildner et al. 2015. Does BMI generated by self-reported height and weight measure up in older adults? Results from the Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE). BMC Obesity. pdfpic

72) Kowal et al. 2015. Multimorbidity: Health care that counts past one for 1.2 billion older adults. Lancet.

73) Valeggia and Snodgrass. 2015. Health of indigenous peoples. Annu Rev Anthropol. pdfpic

74) Urlacher et al. 2016. Physical growth of the Shuar: Height, weight, and BMI growth references for an indigenous Amazonian population. Am J Hum Biol. (link to paper)

75) Barrett et al. 2016. Physical function and activity among older adults in Jodhpur, India. Ann Hum Biol. (link to paper)

76) Snodgrass et al. 2016. Accelerometer-measured physical activity among older adults in urban India: Results of a Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE) sub-study. Am J Hum Biol.
(link to paper)
77) Streeter et al. 2016. Adiponectin, hemoglobin, and cardiovascular risk in an indigenous Siberian population. Am J Hum Biol.
(link to paper)
78) Urlacher et al. 2016. The application of knemometry to measure childhood short-term growth among the indigenous Shuar of Ecuador. Am J Phys Anthropol.
(link to paper)

79) Eick et al. 2016. Validation of an optimized ELISA for quantitative assessment of Epstein-Barr virus antibodies from dried blood spots. Biodemog Social Biol. (link to paper)

80) Blackwell et al. 2016. Immune function in Amazonian horticulturalists. Ann Hum Biol. (link to paper)

81) Urlacher et al. 2016. Heterogeneous effects of market integration on subadult growth and nutritional status among the Amazonian Shuar. Ann Hum Biol. (link to paper)

82) Levy et al. 2016. Lifestyle mediates seasonal changes in metabolic health among the Yakut (Sakha) of northeastern Siberia. Am J Hum Biol. (link to paper)

83) Biritwum et al. 2016. Prevalence of and factors associated with frailty and disability in older adults from China, Ghana, India, Mexico, Russia and South Africa. Maturitas. (link to paper)

84) Brand et al. 2016. Hair plucking, stress, and urinary cortisol among captive bonobos (Pan paniscus). Zoo Biology. (link to paper)

Gildner et al. 2016. Regional variation in helminth infection by age cohort and sex: Health effects of market integration among the indigenous Shuar of Amazonian Ecuador. J Physiol Anthropol. (link to paper)
86) Raichlen et al. 2017. Physical activity patterns and biomarkers of cardiovascular disease risk in hunter-gatherers. Am J Hum Biol, in press. (link to paper)

87) Gildner et al. 2017. Perceived income adequacy and well-being among older adults in six low- and middle-income countries. J Gerontol Soc Sci, in press. (link to paper)

Arokiasamy et al. 2017. Chronic non-communicable diseases in six low and middle-income countries: findings from WHO's Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE) Wave 1. Am J Epidemiol, in press.

Eick et al. 2017. Enzyme-linked immunoassay-based quantitative measurement of apolipoprotein-B (ApoB) in dried blood spots, a biomarker of cardiovascular disease risk. Biodemog Social Bio, in press.

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