"Biodemography and Social Biology is the official journal of The Society for Biodemography and Social Biology, devoted to furthering the discussion, advancement, and dissemination of knowledge about biological and sociocultural forces affecting the structure and composition of human populations. This interdisciplinary publication features contributions from scholars in the fields of sociology, demography, psychology, anthropology, biology, genetics, criminal justice, and others. Original manuscripts that further knowledge in the area of social biology are welcome, along with brief reports, review articles, and book reviews." (From publisher's website)
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Faul, Jessica, Colter Mitchell, J. Smith, and W. Zhao. 2016. "Estimating Telomere Length Heritability in an Unrelated Sample of Adults: Is Heritability of Telomere Length Modified by Life Course Socioeconomic Status?" Biodemography and Social Biology, 62(1): 73-86. PMCID: PMC5117361.
Ro, Annie Eun Young, Arline T. Geronimus, John Bound, Derek Griffith, and Gilbert Gee. 2015. "Cohort and Duration Patterns Among Asian Immigrants: Comparing Trends in Obesity and Self-Rated Health." Biodemography and Social Biology, 61(1): 65-80. PMCID: PMC4670030.
Needham, Belinda L., Ana Diez Roux, Chloe Bird, Ryan Bradley, Annette Fitzpatrick, David Jacobs, Pamela Ouyang, Teresa Seeman, Rebecca Thurston, Dhananjay Vaidya, and Steven Wang. 2014. "A test of biological and behavioral explanations for gender differences in telomere length: the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis." Biodemography and Social Biology, 60(2): 156-173. PMCID: PMC4460606.
Crimmins, Eileen, Jung Ki Kim, Heather McCreath, Jessica Faul, David Weir, and Teresa Seeman. 2014. "Validation of Blood-Based Assays Using Dried Blood Spots for Use in Large Population Studies." Biodemography and Social Biology, 60(1): 38-48. PMCID: PMC4117354.