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Prof Dr. Sebastian Schnettler

Tanja Sluiter (secretary)

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Latest publication

Filser, A., Barclay, K., Beckley, A., Uggla, C., & Schnettler, S. (2020). Are skewed sex ratios associated with violent crime? A longitudinal analysis using Swedish register data. Evolution and Human Behavior.

Find more of our recent publications here.

News

New publication

Filser, A., Barclay, K., Beckley, A., Uggla, C., & Schnettler, S. (2020). Are skewed sex ratios associated with violent crime? A longitudinal analysis using Swedish register data. Evolution and Human Behavior.

 

 

New publication

Pink, K. E., Willführ, K. P., Voland, E., & Puschmann, P. (2020). Effects of Individual Mortality Experience on Out-of-Wedlock Fertility in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Krummhörn, Germany. Human Nature, 31(2), 141–154.

Sebastian Schnettler und Andreas Filser at the Gesis Methods Seminar

Sebastian Schnettler and Andreas Filser are teachung "Uni- and bivariate statistics using Stata" as part of the 40th GESIS Methods Seminar. The course will be online for the first time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Find more information here or have a look at the lecture notes for the Stata lab sessions here (in German).

 

New publications

Sebastian Schnettler, Kai Willführ and Andreas Filser published several reference entries as part of the Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (edited by T. K. Shackelford & V. A. Weekes-Shackelford). The chapters provide evolutionary and sociological perspektives on breastfeeding, step parenting and consequences of skewed sex ratios:

MVE Meeting in Delmenhorst

Kai Willführ & Sebastian Schnettler organize  this years' meeting of the MVE-List at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (Institute for Advanced Study) in Delmenhorst. The meeting is a collaboration project between the Group for Social Research Methods and Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (HWK) in Delmenhorst. HWK sponsors and hosts the meeting at September 12th-14th 2019.

Find the meeting programm here.

 

New publication

Johow J, Willführ KP, Voland E (2019) High consanguinity promotes intergenerational wealth concentration in socioeconomically privileged Krummhörn families of the 18th and 19th centuries. Evolution & Human Behavior 40(2):204-213

New publication

Willführ KP, Johow J, Voland E (2018) When the mother-in-law is just as good—Differential mortality of reproductive females by family network composition. PLoS ONE 13(3):e0193252. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0193252

Session at the 39th Meeting of the German Sociological Association

Andreas Filser, Sebastian Schnettler & Kai Willführ organized an ad-hoc panel on evolutionary sociology at the 39th DGS meeting in Göttingen. The panel features seven intriguing talks. Find the details here.

(Changed: 2020-10-15)