This week on the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Aaron Blackwell, an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Washington State University. In this far-ranging conversation, Dr. Blackwell discusses his work quantifying life history tradeoffs and his multi-inheritance approach to human behavioral ecology. He also shares some tips for using existing datasets and working remotely to support study participants during the pandemic.

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You can also check out his website at blackwell-lab.com/

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