Sept. 12, 2013
Volume 35, No. 4
Anthropology faculty explore links between evolution and human behavior
For the past 24 years, department chair Mark Flinn has studied how stress influences children as they age into adulthood. He and colleagues take saliva and urine samples from their Caribbean participants to monitor changes in the islanders’ hormones and immune function. Photo by Rob Hill.
THE DEPARTMENT HAS BECOME A LEADER IN EVOLUTIONARY SCIENCE