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Alyssa Crittenden is the Lincy Foundation Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is a behavioral ecologist and nutritional anthropologist who works among the Hadza hunter-gatherers of Tanzania. As an evolutionary ecologist, she applies principles of evolutionary theory to the study of human behavioral diversity and situates these principles in an ecological framework. Her main research foci include the behavioral and nutritional correlates of cooperative breeding, life history theory, children's foraging and food sharing, the evolution of childhood, the ontogeny of prosocial behavior, and the evolution of the human diet.
- Primary Areas of Expertise
- Biological Anthropology, Ecology, Evolution, Human Development, Life History, Nutrition
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|Organized Gathering of Food||Behavior|
|Use of Containers||Behavior|
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|2012-12-07||Current Hunter-Gatherer Diets||The Evolution of Human Nutrition|