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Richard Bribiescas, Professor of Anthropology

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Episode: February 29, 2012

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Professor Bribiescas’ most notable research involves the evolutionary biology and endocrinology of human and comparative life histories, reproduction, aging, and metabolism. He is the author of Men: Evolutionary and Life History. We talk with Professor Bribiescas about the male species from a life history and evolutionary perspective and what affect it can have on our future.

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