Professor Stanley Ulijaszek: List of publications

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Conceptualizing ecobiosocial interactions: lessons from obesity

Energetics, lifestyles, and nutritional adaptation: An introduction

Framing obesity in UK policy from the Blair years, 1997-2015: the persistence of individualistic approaches despite overwhelming evidence of societal and economic factors, and the need for collective responsibility

The problem with relying on dietary surveys: sociocultural correctives to theories of dietary change in the Pacific islands.

Models of Obesity: From Ecology to Complexity in Science and Policy

Governance by campaign: the co-constitution of food issues, publics and expertise through new information and communication technologies

Inequality and childhood overweight and obesity: a commentary.

Afterword: The public’s two bodies – food activism in digital media

The 'who' and 'what' of #diabetes on Twitter.

Low grandparental social support combined with low parental socioeconomic status is closely associated with obesity in preschool-aged children: a pilot study

Mobile activism, material imaginings, and the ethics of the edible: Framing political engagement through the Buycott app

Framing obesity in UK policy from the Blair years, 1997-2015: the persistence of individualistic approaches despite overwhelming evidence of societal and economic factors, and the need for collective responsibility.

Obesity emergence in the Pacific islands: why understanding colonial history and social change is important.

With the benefit of Foresight: Obesity, complexity and joined-up government

Population in the human sciences: Concepts, models, evidence

An anthropological insight into the Pacific island diabetes crisis and its clinical implications

Population Genetics: the study of the genetic structure of human populations

Social Aspects of Dietary Sugars

From abject eating to abject being: Representations of obesity on 'Supersize vs. Superskinny'

Do adult obesity rates in England vary by insecurity as well as by inequality? An ecological cross-sectional study.

Obesity, eating disorders and the media

VARIATION IN HEIGHT AND BMI OF ADULT INDIANS

Predicting adult obesity from measures in earlier life.

Research Protocol: The practice of medical humanitarian emergency: ethnography of practitioners’ response to nutritional crisis

Predicting adult obesity from measures in earlier life

The Unpredictable Species. What Makes Humans Unique.

Anorexia Nervosa

Intercontinental differences in overweight of adopted Koreans in the United States and Europe

One reason why waist-to-height ratio is usually better related to chronic disease risk and outcome than body mass index.

Concluding remarks: what's in a name? "Negritos" in the context of the human prehistory of Southeast Asia

Concluding remarks: what's in a name? "Negritos" in the context of the human prehistory of Southeast Asia.

When Culture Impacts Health Global Lessons for Effective Health Research

High fructose corn syrup and diabetes prevalence: A global perspective

High fructose corn syrup and diabetes prevalence: a global perspective.

The emergence of obesity among Australian aboriginal children

Detrimental effects of early rural life on blood pressure among urban male migrants in Wroclaw, Poland

Evolving Human Nutrition Implications for Public Health

Results of epidemiological studies of blood pressure are biased by continuous variation in arm size related to body mass.

Hungry City. How Food Shapes Our Lives

In Defence of Food. The Myth of Nutrition and the Pleasures of Eating

Stuffed & Starved. From Farm to Fork, the Hidden Battle for the World Food System

Insecurity, Inequality, and Obesity in Affluent Societies

Socio-economic status, forms of capital and obesity.

Late childhood and adolescence growth sensitivity to political transition: the case of South African Cape coloured schoolchildren during and post-apartheid

Socio-economic Status, Forms of Capital and Obesity

Childhood Obesity as an Amplifier of Societal Inequality in the United States

Waist-to-hip ratio and woman's education level as predictors of breastfeeding duration

Waist-to-hip ratio and woman's education level as predictors of breastfeeding duration.

Obesity under affluence varies by welfare regimes: The effect of fast food, insecurity, and inequality

Medical Anthropology. A Biocultural Approach.

Human Variation From the Laboratory to the Field

Body frame dimensions are related to obesity and fatness: Lean trunk size, skinfolds, and body mass index.

Variation in human growth patterns due to environmental factors

Income level and food intake patterns among male bengalee slum dwellers in Kolkata, India

Anthropometric measures

Food and Globalization. Consumption, Markets and Politics in the Modern World

Seasonality and Human Ecology

Body frame dimensions can predict obesity: Body mass index, body frame and fatness

The economics of climate change. The Stern review

Seven models of population obesity.

Human Protein Requirements and Infection Stress among Young Children at the Origins of Agriculture

Changes in BMI and the prevalence of overweight and obesity in children and adolescents in Cracow, Poland, 1971-2000.

Frameworks of population obesity and the use of cultural consensus modeling in the study of environments contributing to obesity.

Nutrition transition and dietary energy availability in Eastern Europe after the collapse of communism.

Health Change in the Asia-Pacific Region

Obesity: a disorder of convenience.

On the social, the biological—and the political: revisiting Beatrice Blackwood’s research and teaching

The effects of fatness and fat distribution on respiratory functions.

The International Growth Standard for Children and Adolescents Project: Environmental influences on preadolescent and adolescent growth in weight and height

The International Growth Standard for Children and Adolescents Project: Environmental influences on preadolescent and adolescent growth in weight and height

The international growth standard for children and adolescents project: environmental influences on preadolescent and adolescent growth in weight and height.

Obesity in biocultural perspective

Nicholas G. Norgan (1941–2006)

Introduction: Population change, social reproduction and local understandings of fertility in Melanesia

Population, reproduction and fertility in Melanesia

Purari population decline and resurgence across the twentieth century

Anthropometry The Individual and the Population

Changing patterns of social variation in stature in Poland: effects of transition from a command economy to the free-market system?

Village distance from urban centre as the prime modernization variable in differences in blood pressure and body mass index of adults of the Purari delta of the Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea.

Biocultural perspectives on food security in Papua New Guinea

Intra-individual variation in RMR in older people.

Dietary intake methods in the anthropology of food and nutrition

The quest for food. Its role in human evolution and migration.

Obesity: Preventing and managing the global epidemic.

Maternal work and childhood nutritional status among the Purari, Papua New Guinea.

Socio-economic factors associated with physique of adults of the Purari delta of the Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea.

Special issue auxology – Auxology: spanning mechanism and measurement

Transnationalism and nutritional health of Cook Islanders.

Trends in body size, diet and food availability in the Cook Islands in the second half of the 20th century.

Human eating behaviour in an evolutionary ecological context.

Feeding a world population of more than eight billion people. A challenge to science.

Comparative energetics of primate fetal growth.

Energetics and evolution: an emerging research domain.

Intergenerational transmission of health. Reproductive health of mother and child survival in Kerala, South India.

Serum insulin-like growth factor-I, insulin-like growth factor binding protein-3, and the pubertal growth spurt in the female rhesus monkey.

Human biology and social inequality.

Modernization and the diet of adults on Rarotonga, the Cook Islands

Potential seasonal ecological challenge of heat strain among Australian Aboriginal people practicing traditional subsistence methods: a computer simulation.

Building a new biocultural synthesis. Political-economic perspectives on human biology.

Anthropometry of two contrasting populations of Thai elderly living in a rural setting

Body size and physical activity levels of adults on Rarotonga, the Cook Islands.

Socioeconomic status, body size and physical activity of adults on Rarotonga, the Cook Islands.

Increasing body size among adult cook islanders between 1966 and 1996.

Secular trends in growth: The narrowing of ethnic differences in stature

Secular trend in birthweight among the Purari delta population, Papua New Guinea.

Waiting for Trivers and Willard: do the rich really favor sons?

Work and climate in traditional subsistence economies.

Nutrition, infection and child growth in Papua New Guinea.

Age differences in physique of adult males aged 30 to 86 years in Rarotonga, the Cook Islands.

The economics of population: Classic writings.

Corrigendum: Anthropometric measurement error and the assessment of nutritional status (British Journal of Nutrition (1999) 82, 3 (167))

Parental education, body mass index and prevalence of obesity among 14-year-old boys between 1987 and 1997 in Wrocław, Poland.

Population and food. Global trends and future prospects.

Daily energy expenditure across the course of lactation among urban Bangladeshi women

Anthropometric measurement error and the assessment of nutritional status

Urbanism, Health and Human Biology in Industrialised Countries

The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Growth and Development

Habitual energy expenditure of human climbing and clambering

Human Adaptability Past, Present, and Future The First Parkes Foundation Workshop, Oxford, January 1994

Relationships between undernutrition, infection, and growth and development

Long-term Consequences of Early Environment Growth, Development and the Lifespan Developmental Perspective

Age of eruption of deciduous dentition of Anga children, Papua New Guinea

Energetics, adaptation, and adaptability

Health Intervention in Less Developed Nations

Iban energy nutrition and shifting agriculture

Nutritional anthropology prospects and perspectives

Evidence for a secular trend in heights and weights of adults in Papua New Guinea

Resting energy expenditure and body composition in rural Sarawaki adults

Estimating energy and nutrient intakes in studies of human fertility

Dietary and nutrient intakes of 25 Ningerum (New Guinea) adult males at two times of the year

Human energetics methods in biological anthropology

Population and sex differences in arm circumference and skinfold thicknesses among Indo-Pakistani children living in the East Midlands of Britain

Human Dietary Change [and Discussion]

Age at menarche of European, Afro-Caribbean and Indo-Pakistani schoolgirls living in London

Basal metabolic rate and physique of Gurkha and British soldiers stationed in Britain

The Ok Tedi Health and Nutrition Project, Papua New Guinea: adult physique of three populations in the North Fly region

Mining, modernisation and dietary change among the Wopkaimin of Papua New Guinea

Modifications to the AHRTAG Child Length Measurer

Palm Sago (Metroxylon Species) As A Subsistence Crop

ANTHROPOMETRIC SURVEY

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