Ahl R., Amir D., Keil F. The world within: Children are sensitive to internal complexity cues. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
Cepon-Robins T.J., Schrock J., Eick G., Bedbury A., Liebert M.A., Urlacher S.S., Madimenos F.C., Harrington C.J., Amir D., Bribiescas R.G., Sugiyama L.S., Snodgrass J.J. Soil-transmitted helminth infection and intestinal inflammation among the Shuar of Amazonian Ecuador. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Amir D., Jordan M.R. The behavioral constellation of deprivation may be best understood as risk management. Response to Pepper & Nettle’s “The Behavioural Constellation of Deprivation: Causes and Consequences”. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Amir D., Jordan M.R., Bribiescas R.G. A longitudinal assessment of associations between early life environment, adversity perception, and economic status on fertility and age of menarche. PLoS.
Urlacher S.S., Liebert M.A., Snodgrass J.J., Blackwell A.D., Cepon-Robins T.J., Gildner T.E., Madimenos F.C., Amir D., Bribiescas R.G., Sugiyama L.S. Heterogeneous effects of market integration on subadult body size and nutritional status among the Shuar of Amazonian Ecuador. Annals of Human Biology.
Amir D., Jordan M.R., Rand D.G. Cultural evolution need not imply group selection. Response to Richerson et al.’s “Cultural Group Selection Plays an Essential Role in Explaining Human Cooperation: A Sketch of the Evidence”. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.