G. (Gert) Stulp, PhD

Assistant professor

Research

Research units:

Postal address:
Netherlands
  1. 2014
  2. Tropf, F., Mills, M., Stulp, G., Barban, N., & Snieder, H. (2014). Assumption-free Heritability and Pleiotropy Estimation of Human Reproduction Traits in two Contemporary Societies. Paper presented at European Population Conference (EPC), Budapest, Hungary.
  3. Stulp, G. (2014). Modern human adaptiveness: Behavioural or theoretical mismatch?. Paper presented at XXII Biennial International Conference on Human Ethology, Belem, Brazil.
  4. Stulp, G., Mills, M., Tropf, F., & Barrett, L. (2014). Pushing the limit: Natural selection favours taller stature among the tallest people on earth. 26th Annual Human Behavior and Evolution Society Conference, Natal, Brazil.
  5. Stulp, G., Mills, M., Tropf, F., & Barrett, L. (2014). Pushing the limits: Natural selection favours taller stature among the tallest people on earth. Paper presented at European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association Conference, Bristol, United Kingdom.
  6. 2013
  7. Stulp, G., & Mills, M. (2013). Does wealth affect reproductive success, and if so, how?. Paper presented at EvoDemoS 2013 – Evolutionary Demography Society conference, Odense, Denmark.
  8. Stulp, G., Buunk, A., Kuijper, B., Pollet, T., & Verhulst, S. (2013). Intralocus sexual conflict over human height. Paper presented at Behaviour 2013 - International Ethological Conference, Newcastle, United Kingdom.

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