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Released January 7, 2016
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Mary Shenk Economics Influence Fertility Rates More Than Other Factors
Released April 30, 2013
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Released February 12, 2013
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Released December 31, 2012
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Released January 26, 2012
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Leila Rodriguez Research Examines a Growing Immigrant Population's Self Employment in the U.S.
Released November 14, 2011
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a grasshopper mouse Carnivorous Mice Spread Deadly Plague in Prairie Dog Towns, Stanford Study Finds
Released August 3, 2010
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Richard McElreath Study Probes Evolution of Fairness and Punishment
Released March 18, 2010
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Turkana women UA-led Study Grapples With Health Effects of Low-intensity Warfare
Released December 10, 2009
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Guatemalan woman making a textile Inequality 'Silver Spoon' Effect Found in Ancient Societies
Released October 29, 2009
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Released May 11, 2009
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