Schaffnit, S.B., Lynch, R., Spake, L., Sear, R., Sosis, R., Shaver, J., Alam, N., Towner, M., & Shenk M. (under review) Market Integration opens novel pathways to marital arrangements.
Lynch, R., Schaffnit, S.B., Sear, R., Sosis, R., Shaver, J., & Shenk, M. (under review). Religiosity increases the size and kin density of women’s social networks in a country undergoing rapid market integration.
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Kilgallen, J., Schaffnit, S.B., Kumogola, Y., Galura, A., Urassa, M., & Lawson, D.W. (2021). Positive Correlation Between Women’s Status and Intimate Partner Violence Suggests Violence Backlash in Mwanza, Tanzania. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Lawson D.W., Schaffnit S.B., Kilgallen J.A., Kumogola Y., Galura A. & Urassa M. (2021). He for She? Understanding men’s support for women’s empowerment in northern Tanzania. Evolutionary Human Sciences.
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Spake, L., Schaffnit, S.B., Sear, R., Shenk, M., Sosis, R., & Shaver, J.H. (2021). Mother's partnership status and allomothering networks in the United Kingdom and United States. Social Sciences.
Schaffnit, S.B., Wamoyi, J., Urassa, M., Dardoumpa, M., & Lawson, D.W. (2020). When marriage is the best available option: perceptions of opportunity and risk in female adolescence in Tanzania. Global Public Health.
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Birdthistle, I., Tanton, C., Tomita, A., de Graaf, K., Schaffnit, S., Tanser, F., & Slaymaker, E. (2019). Recent levels and trends in HIV incidence rates among adolescent girls and young women in high-prevalence countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Lancet Global Health.
Hassan, A., Schaffnit, S.B., Sear, R., Urassa, M., & Lawson, D.W. (2019). Fathers favor sons, mothers don't discriminate: a study of sex-biased parental care in northwest Tanzania. Human Evolutionary Sciences.
Birdthistle, I., Schaffnit, S.B., Kwaro, D., Shahmanesh, M., Ziraba, A., Kabiru, C., Phillips-Howard, P., Chimbindi, N., Ondeng’e, K., Gourlay, A. Cowan, F., Hargreaves, J., Hensen, B. , Chiyaka, T., Glynn, J., & Floyd, S. (2018). Evaluating the impact of the DREAMS Partnership to Reduce HIV Incidence among Adolescent Girls and Young Women in four settings: A Study Protocol. BMC Public Health.
Schaffnit, S.B. & Sear, R. (2017). Support for new mothers and the decision to have a second child in the United Kingdom: not all support is equal. Population Studies.
Schaffnit, S.B. & Sear R. (2017). Supportive families versus support from families: the decision to have a child in the Netherlands. Demographic Research.
Sear, R., & Schaffnit, S. (2017). It's not just about the future: The present payoffs to behavior vary in degree and kind between the rich and the poor. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Lawson D. W., Schaffnit, S.B., Hassan, A., James, S. & Borgerhoff Mulder, M. (2017). Father absence but not fosterage predicts food insecurity, relative poverty and poor child health in northern Tanzania. American Journal of Human Biology.
Stulp, G., Sear, R., Schaffnit, S.B., Mills, M., & Barrett, L. (2016). The reproductive ecology of industrial societies: the association between wealth and fertility. Human Nature.
Schaffnit, S. B. (2015). Intergenerational Support and Women's Fertility in High-Income Countries: An Evolutionary Analysis. PhD Thesis.
Schaffnit, S.B. & Sear, R. (2014). Wealth modifies relationships between kin and women’s fertility in high-income countries. Behavioral Ecology.
Sheppard, P., Schaffnit, S.B., Garcia, J. R. & Sear, R. (2014). Fostering relations: first sex and marital timings for children raised by kin and non-kin carers. Evolution and Human Behavior.
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