Virginia J. Vitzthum
Virginia J. Vitzthum
Professor of Anthropology, Indiana University
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The ecology and evolutionary endocrinology of reproduction in the human female
VJ Vitzthum
American journal of physical anthropology 140 (S49), 95-136, 2009
Comparative study of breastfeeding structure and its relation to human reproductive ecology
VJ Vitzthum
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 37 (S19), 307-349, 1994
Evolutionary models of women's reproductive functioning
VJ Vitzthum
Annual Review of Anthropology 37, 2008
The impact of random and lineal fission on the genetic divergence of small human groups: a case study among the Yanomama
PE Smouse, VJ Vitzthum, JV Neel
Genetics 98 (1), 179-197, 1981
Population variation in ovarian function
PT Ellison, SF Lipson, MT O'Rourke, GR Bentley, AM Harrigan, ...
Elsevier, 1993
A number no greater than the sum of its parts: the use and abuse of heritability
VJ Vitzthum
Human Biology, 539-558, 2003
Nursing behaviour and its relation to duration of post-partum amenorrhoea in an Andean community
VJ Vitzthum
Journal of Biosocial Science 21 (2), 145-160, 1989
Interpopulational differences in progesterone levels during conception and implantation in humans
VJ Vitzthum, H Spielvogel, J Thornburg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (6), 1443-1448, 2004
Salivary progesterone levels and rate of ovulation are significantly lower in poorer than in better-off urban-dwelling Bolivian women
VJ Vitzthum, GR Bentley, H Spielvogel, E Caceres, J Thornburg, L Jones, ...
Human Reproduction 17 (7), 1906-1913, 2002
Why not so great is still good enough: Flexible responsiveness in human reproductive functioning
VJ Vitzthum
Reproductive ecology and human evolution, 179-202, 2001
The proximate determinants of fertility in populations exposed to chronic hypoxia
VJ Vitzthum, AS Wiley
High Altitude Medicine & Biology 4 (2), 125-139, 2003
A prospective study of early pregnancy loss in humans
VJ Vitzthum, H Spielvogel, J Thornburg, B West
Fertility and sterility 86 (2), 373-379, 2006
18 Flexibility and Paradox: The Nature of Adaptation in Human Reproduction
VJ Vitzthum
The evolving female: A life history perspective, 242, 1996
Seasonal modulation of reproductive effort during early pregnancy in humans
VJ Vitzthum, J Thornburg, H Spielvogel
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2009
Effect of menstrual cycle phase on exercise performance of high-altitude native women at 3600 m
TD Brutsaert, H Spielvogel, E Caceres, M Araoz, RT Chatterton, ...
Journal of experimental biology 205 (2), 233-239, 2002
Does hypoxia impair ovarian function in Bolivian women indigenous to high altitude?
VJ Vitzthum, PT Ellison, S Sukalich, E Caceres, H Spielvogel
High Altitude Medicine & Biology 1 (1), 39-49, 2000
Darwin's legacy: an evolutionary view of women's reproductive and sexual functioning
AL Harris, VJ Vitzthum
Journal of Sex Research 50 (3-4), 207-246, 2013
Hormonal Contraception and Physiology: A Research‐based Theory of Discontinuation Due to Side Effects
VJ Vitzthum, K Ringheim
Studies in family planning 36 (1), 13-32, 2005
The home team advantage: reproduction in women indigenous to high altitude
VJ Vitzthum
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (18), 3141-3150, 2001
An Adaptional Model of Ovarian Function
VJ Vitzthum
University of Michigan, 1990
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