Understanding reproductive decisions

Hinde, Andrew (2011) Understanding reproductive decisions In, Mascie-Taylor, C.G. Nicholas and Rosetta, Lyliane (eds.) Reproduction and Adaptation: Topics in Human Reproductive Ecology. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press p. 260.


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In the space of one generation major changes have begun to take place in the field of human reproduction. A rapid increase in the control of fertility and the understanding and treatment of sexual health issues have been accompanied by an emerging threat to reproductive function linked to increasing environmental pollution and dramatic changes in lifestyle. Organised around four key themes, this book provides a valuable review of some of the most important recent findings in human reproductive ecology. Major topics include the impact of the environment on reproduction, the role of physical activity and energetics in regulating reproduction, sexual maturation and ovulation assessment and demographic, health and family planning issues. Both theoretical and practical issues are covered, including the evolution and importance of the menopause and the various statistical methods by which researchers can analyse characteristics of the menstrual cycle in field studies.

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ISBNs: 9780521509633 (print)
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January 2011Published
Date Deposited: 17 May 2011 10:32
Last Modified: 18 Apr 2017 02:10
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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/187287

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