The American eugenics society 1945-2012: Members and Contributors Eugenics has always been organized and

focused by national eugenics societies and it only by studying the activities of the members of these societies that we fully understand the influence of eugenics and of the eugenics societies. The two societies most relevant to the United States are the English and the American societies. The American society was heavily influenced in its beginning by the English society which was organized first . This Society began as an unincorporated group in 1906 known as the Eugenics Education Society. It incorporated as the Eugenics Society Ltd. , changing its name in 1989 to the Galton Institute Ltd. The American society incorporated in 1926 as the American Eugenics Society Inc. It changed its name to the Society for the Study of Social Biology Inc. in 1973 and changed again to the Society of Biodemography and Social Biology Inc. in 2010. Eugenics has always but one goal: to replace natural selection among human groups by a human selection among human groups, a selection which is carried out by social policies. But the choice of the group or groups to be selected against has varied as has the choice of the social means to carry out selection. To some extent the names of the national eugenic societies reflect these changing eugenic modes. When then we see that the American eugenics society has recently renamed itself Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, we naturally wonder what this means in terms of groups to be selected against and what it means in terms of the means of selection. But there are difficulties in studying current eugenics. Eugenics hides itself. It does so because it is actually against the law to try to eliminate or even to try to weaken a human group for eugenic reasons. Because of these laws, there is nothing open about the way eugenicists work. Moreover, after the Nazis were defeated eugenics became vastly unpopular which made it difficult to work openly even before laws were passed against genocide. So in the post war period a specific conscious decision was made by the American and English eugenic society leaders to work through other groups without mentioning eugenic goals. This policy is known as crypto-eugenics, a name chosen by the eugenicists. An honest appraisal of the history of eugenics after World War II would have to ask how the policy of crypto eugenics helped the eugenics societies achieve their goals. Honest history would ask what groups the eugenic societies were working through as they carried out the policy of crypto eugenics. But the best known histories such as In the Name of Eugenics by Kevles simply consider the public initiatives of the societies. Public initiatives were less and less frequent as time went on and so it is common to read that the influence of eugenics slowly faded away after the 1945. In order to show that eugenics did not fade away it is necessary to show how the eugenic societies through their members dominated important groups such as Planned Parenthood and how they used those groups to achieve eugenic goals. This cannot be done unless it is known who is a eugenic society member. The Eugenics Watch was formed to create as complete a list of eugenic society members as possible so that a correct history of post war eugenics could be written. Compiling the list was not an easy task in the case of the American society. This group has not published a list of members since 1956. However a list of members as of 1974 was found in an archive. And, of course, the officers and directors are published in several places. It was easier to compile the English list. The English society published the names of members as they joined from 1906 until 1989. And both societies published several lists of members during the Thirties.

Now the post-war society carried out plans formed in the Forties, Fifties and Sixties, the period for which there are extensive lists of known members. So it was possible by using lists of members of from the Thirties and Fifties to show clearly what groups the post-war eugenic societies were working through. These include Planned Parenthood, the International Planned Parenthood Federation and the Population Council. The post-Millennium American eugenics society, the Society of Biodemography and Social Biology requires a different approach. Radical changes took place within the American society between 1999 and 2008. A useful list which catches these changes can only be formed by including known “contributors” to the Society after 1999 as well as known members. Contributors write articles and review books and articles for the Society journals. In order to form a list which would allow comparisons the two groups - the Society as it was before 1999 and the Society as it is after 2008 - it became necessary to form a list which included all the contributors from 1945 to 1999 as well as those from 1999 to 2012 Hence the list below is formed on different principles from the first Eugenics Watch list. That list only included known members. The list below includes known members (who are bolded with a star) and also known contributors, that is: everyone who contributed to the American eugenics society by reviewing books or writing articles for the society journals or for newsletters from 1945 on. Anyone who attended an organizational meeting of the society or who sponsored biodemography from within NIH is also listed. We can say some things about the difference between the post war eugenicists – the social biologists – and the post-millennium eugenicists – the biodemographers. The members and contributors associated with the biodemographic wing of the Society which took control in 2008 are younger than the members of the biosocial wing dominant since World War II. They are more likely to have gotten their PhD after 2000, more likely to be from universities in the South, or the Midwest or even from Europe, (especially Germany and Russia) or China, more likely to be demographers or epidemiologists than geneticists or any other kind of social scientist, more likely to discuss family formation than contraception, almost certain to use data from longitudinal studies rather than snapshots from a moment in time, almost certain to use biomarkers and genome-wide analysis in association with longitudinal studies, almost certain to relate aging to human evolution, entirely certain that the “Medfly Project” of Professors Vaupel and Carey has shown that species-specific mortality limits do not exist, and entirely certain that the theory of the demographic transition as that theory was conceived in 1945 cannot account for the birth-crash or other existing demographic facts. By contrast the members and contributors associated with the biosocial wing of the Society which formed in the immediate aftermath of World War II are more likely to be old stock Americans or second generation immigrants. They are as a group much older than the biodemographers. The biosocial wing includes figures like Malcolm Potts, Charles Westoff and Larry Bumpass who are in their eighties and many others who received their PhD’s more than twenty years ago so that they all formed their ideas before the birth-crash was evident. When they were young and making their life decisions they were more likely to attend Ivy League or Top Ten Schools and to follow careers there. They were more likely to become geneticists, “social scientists”, and psychiatrists and more likely to have made a career by promoting birth control in one way or another regardless of their academic specialty. They are likely to regard the aged as of no importance since the aged have no reproductive potential. The biosocial eugenicists as a group are characterized by the use of an incongruous variety of statistical methods. Nothing is more common over the years in eugenic journals than

to read of some new method of gathering statistics. At present the biosocial eugenicists are assertive that the apparent bottoming out of the birth-crash in Europe means that European process which caused the bottoming out (whatever it is) will be repeated world-wide regardless of differing conditions and social systems. Hence they are redoubling their efforts to cause a birth-crash in Islamic and African countries and they have gained the support of the Obama administration.

Revision 3, June 2012

by The Eugenics Watch

Health Care Reform and Eugenics and the Society of Biodemography and Social Biology A transition is going on within the American eugenics society - (the Society of Biodemography and Social Biology aka the Society for the Study of Social Biology aka the American Eugenics Society) - a transition which is of interest to more than historians or sociologists. It is evident to me that Obama care will be interpreted and administered by members of the American eugenics society, especially the “reforms” connected with the aging. This is so because the provisions of any health care reform bill will be interpreted by various committees; the personnel for the committees on health care for the aging will be drawn from the Centers on Aging funded by the National Institute on Aging/NIH (as well as other aging centers); these Centers on Aging are dominated by members of the American eugenics society which has specialized recently in studies of the economic and social impact of aging. So the meaning of national socialized health care for the aged is in the hands of eugenicists as it was in Nazi Germany. The list immediately below, The connections between eugenics and the NIA/NIH, proves that this is so - that eugenics society members will interpret the meaning of the Obama care in the case of the old. Biodemography means eugenics. Eugenic control of health care did not work in Nazi Germany and yet Congress is blindly attempting the same thing again. Members of Congress did not read the health care bill before they blindly passed it; had they read it they could not have interpreted it because they do not know what the word “biodemography” means or what the aims of biodemographers are; yet biodemographers will interpret and administer the bill Congress passed. I very much doubt that the party that hands the old over to eugenicists will remain politically viable even if party members can legitimately say that when they passed a bill (opposed by 70 percent of Americans) they did not know that they were imposing the biodemographical version of eugenics on America. I do not mean that the biodemographers will behave just exactly like the Nazis; I mean that the differences, which might seem very large to the biodemographers (“no uniforms, no death panels”), will seem very small to everyone else (“they wore white coats and spoke of ‘fitness assessments’ to fool us”; “they covered everyone but only treated some and so Mom and Dad died”). The biodemographers are simply and sincerely incapable of understanding that people won’t like being selected and culled like cattle by self-appointed “health experts” sneaking about the health care system disguised as medical personnel when these “health experts” are nothing but statisticians studying cost reduction by denial of treatment. As a good American, I hope that the Democratic Party can recover from its delusional support of biodemography - since we need a two party system. The connections between eugenics and the NIA/NIH There are fourteen NIA/NIH sponsored centers on research into behavioral and social aspects of aging as related to cost.

Four of the fourteen NIA/NIH aging centers are directed by present or past directors of the American eugenics society: James Vaupel-Duke, Eileen Crimmins-UCLA, Beth Soldo-U Penn; Dianne LauderdaleNORC-U Chicago; one center is directed by a member: Robert Hauser-U Wisconsin.  The Advisory Committee of the Berkeley U aging research group sponsored by the NIA includes two current society directors (Jim Carey, Eileen Crimmins).  The core group of the Princeton U center includes two past directors of the Society (Noreen Goldman, Burton Singer).  The directors of the Harvard U group and the U Michigan group have written articles for the Society journal (David Bloom, David Lam).  The Penn State U Center is a part of the Penn State Population Research center whose current director, Nancy Landale, has written for the Society journal. She is a member of the aging center.  The UNC-Chapel Hill center is administered through the Carolina Population Center whose directors for twenty-one of its forty-one years of existence have been Society members (Moye Freymann, JR Udry). To verify these statements check the names at http://agingcenters.org/ against http://www.usc.edu/dept/gero/sssb/ and this list. Summary: The health care bill is national, it is socialist and it will be administered by eugenicists. The last time a similar combination ran health care it was the Nazis. Senator Baucus should hold hearings on the possible domination of American health care by a group linked to the Nazis by ideology and history, a group which refuses to publish a list of members. Let’s hear what the post-Nazi eugenicists plan; let’s not find it out as a horrible surprise. “Eugenics is best promoted under another name” Frederick Osborn, founding father of post-Nazi eugenics in America

Preface
Documenting the change from eugenics as social biology to eugenics as biodemography Under the leadership of Frederick Osborn, the American eugenics society adopted a post-war policy of cryptoeugenics which means working through other organizations to achieve unstated, i.e. secret, eugenic goals. The Society also changed its emphasis from the classic eugenics of a Madison Grant to an adaptive mutation developed by Osborn which I call eugenics-as-social-biology. For eugenics-as-social-biology there were three main goals: maintaining the modern synthesis of Darwin as the only true explanation of evolution, promoting average measured intelligence of groups as the true measure of evolution and promoting population control in such a way as to decrease the birth rate of the groups with the lowest average measured intelligence. The major front groups during the whole of the period of dominance by eugenics-as-social-biology were: The Office of Population Research-Princeton U, Planned Parenthood, The Pioneer Fund, The Population Council, the Population Association of America, the Carolina Population Institute founded by Moye Freymann, The U Michigan Population Institute founded by Ronald Freedman, the two Pennsylvania University population institutes, the Alan Guttmacher Institute and the Florida State U population institute. As the years went on, certain subsidiary trends developed. These were human genetics, medical genetics and behavior genetics. Each of these fields were initially founded and led by eugenicists. Members of the American Eugenics Society founded and formed both the American Society for Human Genetics and the Behavior Genetics Association. The field of medical genetics was dominated by Society members, especially Victor McKusick.* As a result of this eugenic involvement all three fields place an inordinate emphasis on the diagnosis of genetic disease and do not seek cures. That is the mark of their crypto-eugenic formation, a mark which is lasting, although all three fields now include many, many non-society members. At different times certain departments at certain universities have been heavily dominated by eugenicists. For instance – Anthropology at Harvard (Hooten, Howell, Kluckhohn, Ellison); Psychology at U Minnesota (Lykken, Bouchard, Gottesman); Psychiatry at Columbia through the New York State Psychiatric Institute (Baron, Belmont, Cornblatt, Ehrhardt, Erlenmeyer-Kimling, Fischman, Mendlewicz, Neugebauer, Planansky, Rainer, Zena Stein, Zubin); Demography at Princeton through the Office of Population Research (Agarwala, Coale, Dowd, Feyisetan, N. Goldman, Gorrindo, Leasure, Lynch, Menken, Miller, Moreno, Notestein, RG Potter, Norman Ryder, Sagi, Sastry, Burton Singer, Tienda, Trussell, Westoff). There are other examples. It’s important to realize that the influence of the Society members exists through a mix of influence and recruiting. For instance at the Office of Population Research (OPR) there have been directors (such as Ansley Coale, Noreen Goldman, Jane Menken and James Trussell) and student whom they recruited such as (Dowd, Feyisetan, Leasure), who understand that the ideas being taught are eugenics and who write for eugenic Society journal. But then there are all those other Princeton students who have accepted the OPR teaching on demography without connecting it with eugenics.

The American Eugenics Society: Existence and Influence It is often asked whether there is, still, such a thing as an “American eugenics society” and whether it is influential. Existence of an American eugenics society The American eugenics society is an incorporated group which has had three names since 1945: The American Eugenics Society Inc. 1945-1972, The Society for the Study of Social Biology Inc. 1973-2009, The Society of Biodemography and Social Biology Inc. 2010-. The current society website is http://www.usc.edu/dept/gero/sssb/. The post-war journal of the Society was founded in 1954. This journal has had three names with one continuous set of volume numbers. It has been called Eugenics Quarterly, Social Biology and Biodemography and Social Biology. This journal is in many university libraries. (From 1938 to 1953, the society journal was Eugenical News. During this period the journal was entirely controlled by Frederick Osborn who was president of the zombie Eugenics Research Association (ERA), the original journal publisher. The ERA effectively died in 1938 but lived on in the publication of the Eugenical News and the control of the publication by Frederick Osborn.) Influence of Eugenics The list of Society members includes: Margaret Sanger; OF von Verschuer who is the man who planned Josef Mengele’s research at Auschwitz,; the founders of Planned Parenthood; the founders of the Population Council; the founders of the American Society of Human Genetics; Joseph Fletcher, the founder of situation ethics; John C Cutler, Clyde V. Kiser and Frederick Osborn who participated in the Tuskegee Syphilis Study; Victor McKusick, the father of medical genetics in the USA; Sewall Wright and Theodosius Dobzhansky who developed the modern synthesis of Darwinism with Julian Huxley of the English Eugenics Society; Arthur Jensen, the intellectual leader of “scientific” racism in America; a leader of the NAACP; the post-war leader of the Pioneer Fund which financed research in “scientific” racism; Frank Notestein, Ansley Coale and Kingsley Davis who developed the Theory of the Demographic Transition (the primary tool driving the government financing of abortion world-wide); John Tanton, the leader of FAIR in the Nineties; James Vaupel and James Carey, the founders of biodemography, a field sponsored and nourished by the National Institute of Aging/NIH; and the directors of five NIA-sponsored Centers on Aging. The Society for the Study of Social Biology was even listed as a project of the USC Andrus Center on Aging (see webshot below) mainly, I suspect because Eileen Crimmins, the Society Secretary was using a part of the USC website as the Society website. (http://www.usc.edu/dept/gero/sssb/.)

The list
The list below includes all the officers, directors, journal editors, members and foreign members of the American eugenics society since 1945 so far as the Eugenics Watch knows them. Officers, directors, journal editors, members and foreign members are all considered members and are starred and bolded. The list also includes everyone who wrote or reviewed for the Eugenical News, Eugenics Quarterly, Social Biology or Biodemography and Social Biology. These are contributors. The list tries to show where everyone on it is as of 2011. Many of those who were prominent in the eugenics of the Fifties to the Nineties are now retired or dead. Many of those prominent in current eugenics got their PhD in the Nineties or even more recently. Hence this list is raw data which records the transition from the eugenics of the Fifties-Nineties which we could call eugenics-as-social biology to the current form of eugenics. This is eugenics-as-biodemography which began in the Nineties and prevailed in 2008. One can see the transition in keywords. (population explosion, family planning, unplanned pregnancy, developed economies v. demographic decline, family formation, first birth, aging economies).

The American eugenics society 1945-2011: Recent Known Members and Recent Contributors Aase MD, Jon M Dysmorphologist; Fetal alcohol syndrome School of Medicine, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque 1983; Albuquerque, New Mexico, private practice 1991 1983 PA May, KJ Hymbaugh, JM Aase, JM Samet. Epidemiology of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome among American Indians of the Southwest. Social Biology 30(4):374-387 Abel PhD, Prof. Ernest L 2009-2011, 2005 Wayne State University: C.S. Mott Center for Human Growth & Development and Psychology and Dept. OB-GYN @ Wayne State University Hospital, Detroit 2008 EL Abel, ML Kruger. Age Heterogamy and Longevity: Evidence from Jewish and Christian Cemeteries. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 2005 EL Abel, ML Kruger. Seasonality of Birth in the Majors, 1880-1999. Social Biology 52, 1-2 Mankind Quarterly 2005 EL Abel. Did Oedipus Have Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder? Mankind Quarterly 46, 1 Abelson, Andrew E Pennsylvania State U: Anthropology 1974, 1976, student of PT Baker*, 1972 MA Thesis: Altitude, Migration and Fertility in Peru 1974 AE Abelson, TS Baker, PT Baker*. Altitude, migration and fertility in the Andes. Social Biology 21, 1:12-27. Abma, Joyce CDC, National Center for Health Statistics: 1993-2010, Reproductive Statistics Branch, Demographer 2001 L Williams, L Piccinino, J Abma, F Arguillas. Pregnancy wantedness: Attitude stability over time. Social Biology 48(3-4):212-233 2000 L Williams, J Abma. Birth wantedness reports: a look forward and a look back. Social Biology 47(3-4):147-63 Background: “Official statistics provide an indispensable element in the information system of a democratic society, serving the Government, the economy, and the public with data about the demographic, social, and environmental situation.” *Committee on National Statistics, National Research Council, 2005] from http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/bsc/BSC_NatalityProgramReview.pdf Abowitz PD, Prof. Deborah Ann Bucknell U, Sociology and Anthropology 2009-2011; Brown U: Sociology 1983, 1985 Brown U: PhD Sociology, 1985, Dissertation: Consequences of migration: political participation and voluntary group activity in Detroit, Michigan: a case study”, MA, Sociology, 1982, Dissertation: “Class and status: determinants of income in Canada”, Advisor: Frances E Kobrin 1983 RG Potter, D Abowitz, FE Kobrin. Fertility effects of isolated spouse separations in relation to their timing. Social Biology 30(3):279-89.

Abramson*, Frederic David Member 1974 1973 Community Medicine, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, Kentucky 1973 FD Abramson. Spontaneous fetal death in man. Social Biology 20(4):375-403. Abruzzo*, Prof. Michael A Member 1974 Dept. of Biological Sciences, California State University, Chico 1973-2011, Emeritus 2009-2010 Adam, Avinoam 1924-2008; Israel 1969 Human Genetics, Tel-Aviv University Medical School and Government Hospital, Tel-Hashomer, Israel; Government Hospital, Tel-Hashomer, Israel 1961 1969 A Adam. A further query on color blindness and natural selection. Social Biology 16, 3:197-202. Adam, Emma K Program in Human Development and Social Policy, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University 2011; Teaches part of the Summer Course in Biomarkers, Northwestern U 2011 Laura Chyu, Thomas W McDade, Emma K Adam. Measured Blood Pressure and Hypertension among Young Adults: A Comparison between Two Nationally Representative Samples. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:184-199 Adamchak, Prof. Donald J 1952-2000; Kansas State U, Population Research Laboratory (or Kansas Population Center) 1987 and Sociology 1987 and Sociology, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe 2000 A Satyavada, DJ Adamchak. Determinants of current use of contraception and children ever born in Nepal. Social Biology 47(1-2):51-60 1994 KAA al-Mubarak, DJ Adamchak. Fertility attitudes and behavior of Saudi Arabian students enrolled in U.S. universities. Social Biology 41(3-4):267-73 1987 DJ Adamchak, A Adebayo. Male fertility attitudes: a neglected dimension in Nigerian fertility research. Social Biology 34(1-2):57-67 1979 DJ Adamchak. Social class and infant mortality. Social Biology 26 pp.16-29. 1979 DJ Adamchak. Emerging trends in the relationship between infant mortality and socioeconomic status. Social Biology 26(1):16-29. 1977 DJ Adamchak. Ideal family size and family background: an examination of mothers' employment and daughters' family size preferences. Social Biology 24(2):170-2. Adamopoulus*, George Member (Foreign) 1956; Greece Adams, Prof. Gerald R U Guelph, Family Relations and Human Development, Canada 1990-2010; Utah State U, Family and Human Development 1978, 1983, 1984 1978 GR Adams, N Bueche, JD Schvaneveldt. Contemporary views of euthanasia: A regional assessment. Social Biology 25, 1:548-560 Adams MD, Morton S Human Genetics Branch, National Institute of Dental Research, NIH 1967, 1968

1968 MS Adams, JD Niswander. Health of the American Indian: congenital defects. Eugenics Quarterly 15(4):227-34. Addai PhD, Prof. Isaac Born in Ghana 1999-(2011) Lansing Community College, Sociology, Michigan 1999 I Addai. Ethnicity and sexual behavior in Ghana. Social Biology 46, 1-2 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2000 Isaac Addai. Determinants of Use of Maternal–Child Health Services in Rural Ghana. Journal of Biosocial Science 32:1-15 1999 I Addai. Ethnicity and Contraceptive Use in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Ghana. Journal of Biosocial Science 31:105-120 Adebayo, Akinwumi Kansas State U 1984; Community and Occupational Health, Government of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 1987 1987 DJ Adamchak, A Adebayo. Male fertility attitudes: a neglected dimension in Nigerian fertility research. Social Biology 34(1-2):57-67 1985 A Adebayo, Fatima Nassif. Opinions Regarding Abortion among Male Nigerian Undergraduate Students in the United States. Social Biology 32: 132-135 Adewuyi, Prof. Alfred A Obafemi Awolowo University, Dept. Demography, Ife, Nigeria 1994, 2009-11 1997 G Izmirlian, AA Adewuyi, CM Suchindran. Analysis of contraceptive discontinuation in six developing countries from durations of use at survey. Social Biology 44(1-2):124-35 Background: “A lead player in Nigeria's population sector, Dr Adewuyi's recent contributions to the national development process include sectoral review of Nigeria's Population and Development sector, coordination of the national maternal mortality study (funded by the Federal Government of Nigeria/UNICEF) and serving as the lead national consultant for Nigeria's new National Policy on Population and Development.” From http://oauife.edu.ng/faculties/soc_sciences/demography/adewuyi.htm JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2003 Janine Barden-O’Fallon, Amy Tsui, Alfred Adewuyi. Social and Proximate Determinants of Sexual Activity in Rural Nigeria. Journal of Biosocial Science 35:4:585-599 Background: 2009 “A lead player in Nigeria's population sector, Dr. Adewuyi's recent contributions to the national development process include sectoral review of Nigeria's Population and Development sector, coordination of the national maternal mortality study (funded by the Federal Government of Nigeria/UNICEF) and serving as the lead national consultant for Nigeria's new National Policy on Population and Development. “ From http://www.oauife.edu.ng/faculties/soc_sciences/demography/adewuyi.htm Agadjanian, Prof. Victor

Arizona State University-Tempe: Head, Center for Population Dynamics 1998, 2009-2011 and Social and Family Dynamics 2009-2011 Guttmacher Institute, Institutional Review Board Member, 2005-2009 1998 Economic security, informational resources, and women's reproductive choices in urban Mozambique. Social Biology 45(1-2):60-79. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2008 V Agadjanian . Childbearing in Crisis: War, Migration and Fertility in Angola. Journal of Biosocial Science 40:725-742 2008 V Agadjanian, W Avogo. Men's social networks and contraception in Ghana. Journal of Biosocial Science 40(3):413-29 2000 V Agadjanian. Women's Work and Fertility in a Sub-Saharan Urban Setting: A Social Environment Approach. Journal of Biosocial Science 32:17-35 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2012 Victor Agadjanian, Natalya Zotova. Sampling and Surveying Hard-to-Reach Populations for Demographic Research: A Study of Female Labor Migrants in Moscow, Russia. Demographic Research 26, 5 2010 Lesia Nedoluzhko, Victor Agadjanian. Marriage, childbearing, and migration in Kyrgyzstan: Exploring interdependencies. Demographic Research 22, 7 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 3R01HD058365-03S1 Agadjanian, Victor Arizona State University-Tempe Campus Childbearing Dynamics in Setting of High HIV Prevalence and Massive Art Rollout 2010 NICHD 5R01HD058365-03 Agadjanian, Victor Arizona State University-Tempe Campus Childbearing Dynamics in Setting of High HIV Prevalence and Massive Art Rollout Agarwala, SN Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, India 1966; PhD student 1957 Princeton, Office of Population Research, Director: Ansley J Coale* 1968 SN Agarwala. A follow-up study of intrauterine contraceptive devices: an Indian experience. Eugenics Quarterly 15(1):41-50. 1966 SN Agarwala. The arithmetic of sterilization in India. Eugenics Quarterly 13(3):209-13. Aghajanian, Prof. Akbar Sociology, Pahlavi University, Shiraz, Iran and Sociology, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 1978; Fayetteville State U, Sociology, Tennessee 1990-2011, Director, FSU Research Center for Health Disparities 2011 1978 Akbar Aghajanian. Family type, family resources, and fertility among Iranian peasant women. Social Biology 25(3):205-9 Biology and Society 1984 Akbar Aghajanian. Parental education and infant mortality. Biology and Society 1(3):136-8. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE

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Ahmed PhD, Ashraf Uddin Institute for Urban Research, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA 1994-2011 Institute of Statistical Research and Training, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh 1986 1997 Ashraf U Ahmed, Robert B Hill. Differentials in the incidence of births while on welfare: Evidence from Maryland. Social Biology 44(1-2):91-100 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1994 M Kabir, Ruhul Amin, Ashraf Uddin Ahmed, Jamir Chowdhury. Factors affecting desired family size in Bangladesh. Journal of Biosocial Science 26:369-375 1986 Ashraf U Ahmed. Socioeconomic Determinants of Age at First Marriage in Bangladesh. Journal of Biosocial Science 18:35-42 Ahmed, Bashir 1981 Graduate Group in Demography, Program in Population Research, University of California, Berkeley 1981 Bashir Ahmed. Differential fertility in Bangladesh: a path analysis. Social Biology 28(1-2):102-10. Ahmed, Fatema Australian National University 1965 1965 M Ahmed, F Ahmed. Male attitudes toward family limitation in East Pakistan. Eugenics Quarterly 12(4):209-26. Ahmed, Mohiuddin Reader in Economics, U Rajshahi, East Pakistan 1965; Australian National University 1965 1965 M Ahmed, F Ahmed. Male attitudes toward family limitation in East Pakistan. Eugenics Quarterly 12(4):209-26. (Population Council financed the project) Aiello, Allison E U Michigan, School of Public Health, Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health 2003-2011; 2003 PhD, Epidemiology, Columbia 2009 AE Aiello, George A Kaplan. Socioeconomic Position and Inflammatory and Immune Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Disease: Applications to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):178-205 Abstract Biomarkers are an important aspect of research linking psychosocial stress and health. This article aims to characterize the biological pathways that may mediate the relationship between socioeconomic position (SEP) and cardiovascular disease (CVD) and address opportunities for further research within the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), with a focus on psychosocial stressors related to SEP. We review the literature on CVD biomarkers, including adhesion and proinflammatory molecules (interleukin-6, other cytokines, C-reactive proteins, fibrinogen, etc.) and microbial pathogens. The impact of socioeconomic determinants and related psychosocial stressors on CVD biomarkers mediated by behavioral and central nervous system pathways are described. We also address measurement and feasibility issues, including specimen collection methods, processing and storage procedures, laboratory error, and within-person variability. In conclusion, we suggest that PSID consider adding important assessments of specific CVD biomarkers and mediating behavioral measures, health, and medications that will ultimately address many of the gaps in the literature regarding the relationship between SEP and cardiovascular health. Aitken, Annie

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Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1983, 2011 (Emeritus 2010-11) 1983 RL Andreano, DW McCollum. A benefit-cost analysis of amniocentesis. Social Biology 30(4):34773 Andrew, June M 1978, 1976 Probation Division, San Diego County Mental Health Services, San Diego, California 1978 JM Andrew. Violence among delinquents by family intactness and size. Social Biology 25(3):24350 1977 JM Andrew. "Response to Gordon's Comment." [on Delinquency, sex and family variables. Social Biology 23(2):168-71] Social Biology 24:337-338. 1976 JM Andrew. Delinquency, sex and family variables. Social Biology 23(2):168-71. Anglewicz PhD, Philip Student of HP Kohler*, the current president of SBSB and frequently publishes with him University of Pennsylvania: PhD 2007; Population Studies Center 2005-2010; Tulane U, School Public Health and Tropical Medicine, International Health and Development (now Global Health Systems and Development) 2010-2011 (see Jane Bertrand q.v.) 2005 Minki Chatterji, Philip Anglewicz, Nancy Murray, David London. The Factors Influencing Transactional Sex among Young Men and Women in 12 Sub-Saharan African Countries. Social Biology 52, 1-2 (acknowledges financial support from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the POLICY Projects Adolescent Working Group under Contract HRN-C-00-00-00006-00, July 2000June 2006) DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2011 Philip Anglewicz et al. HIV/AIDS and time allocation in rural Malawi. Demographic Research 24 Anglin PhD, M Douglas UCLA: Drug Abuse Research Center (Founding director 1984-1997); UCLA, Integrated Substance Abuse Programs 1998-2011 (Associate Director 1998-2010); Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, School of Medicine, UCLA 1987; PHD Social Psychology, UCLA 1980 1987 CH Wade, M Douglas Anglin. Factors influencing decisions to terminate life. Social Biology 34, 37-47 Angst*, J Member 1974; Swiss Antley*, Dr. Ray M Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1980 1981 Division of Medical Genetics, Methodist Hospital of Indiana 1981 1980 Robert Gordon Bringle, RM Antley. Elaboration of the definition of genetic counseling into a model for counselee decision making. Social Biology 27, 304-318. 1976 RM Antley. Variables in the Outcome of Genetic Counseling. Social Biology 23, 2 Antonisamy, Belavendra Christian Medical College, Vellore, India 1992, 2004 1992 L Jeyaseelan, B Antonisamy, PSS Rao. Pattern of menstrual cycle length in south Indian women: a prospective study. Social Biology 39(3-4):306-9 Apgar* MD, Dr. Virginia

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1938 "The Moron Menace to Civilization", Birth Control Review "... the 'biological repentance and reformation' recommended by Dr. Earnest Hooton [AES member], Harvard anthropologist, are heartily urged by the clinical psychologist, who in the course of mental measurements has a ringside seat at the struggle for existence of the mentally unfit ... a biological house cleaning ... is long overdue ... then perhaps civilization may advance with the survival of the fittest" (from 1938 "The Moron Menace to Civilization", Birth Control Review, p. 53) Arnold*, Kristin Member 1974 Dept. Psychology, Univ. Iowa, Iowa City 1973, 1974 Arriaga, Eduardo E U California-Berkeley, International Population and Urban Research and Dept. Demography and Sociology 1969 (with Kingsley Davis*) 1968 EE Arriaga. Some aspects of family composition in Venezuela. Eugenics Quarterly 15(3):177-90. Asaka, Akio Institute of Brain Research, University of Tokyo School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan 1980, 1981 1981 Y Imaizumi, E Inouye, A Asaka. Mortality Rates in Japanese Twins: Infant Deaths of Twins after Birth to One Year of Age. Social Biology 28, 3-4 Astone PhD, Nan Marie Population Council, PDR Johns Hopkins: Population Center 2009-2011 and School of Public Health, Population Family and Reproductive Health 2009-2011 and Sociology (Associated Faculty 2010) 2000 Robert Schoen, Nan M Astone, YJ Kim, CA Nathanson, Nancy Murray. The Impact of Fertility Intentions on Behavior: The Case of Sterilization. Social Biology 47(1-2): 61-76. Atav*, A. Serdar Member 1986-(2008) Decker School of Nursing, Binghamton University 1986-(2010); see Gary James q.v. Atkinson*, Mr. Henry R. Member 1956, 1974; Massachusetts Attah*, Ernest B Member 1974 Brown U, Sociology 1974; Harvard 1966 Attneave*, Dr. Fred Member 1969 1919-1991; Dept. of Psychology, Oregon University 1958-1985 Audinarayana, N Department of Population Studies, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore , Tamil Nadu, India 2001 2000 N Audinarayana, S Krishnamoorthy. Contribution of social and cultural factors to the decline in consanguinity in South India. Social Biology 47: 189-200 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE

2001 S Krishnamoorthy, N Audinarayana. Trends in Consanguinity in South India. Journal of Biosocial Science (2001), 33:2:185-197 Avena, Sergio A 2004 Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Instituto de Ciencias Antropológicas, Sección Antropología Biológica, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2009 (Enviado para su publicación a la revista) FR Carnese, SA Avena, ML Parolin, C Dejean. Gene estimation through genetic markers and demographic data in a sample from Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area. Forthcoming in Biodemography and Social Biology Averill*, Brian K. Member 1974 Human Genetics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1980; Wolfson College, Oxford University, UK 1977 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1980 BK Averill. Detection of natural selection by methods based on models of the behaviour of neutral alleles, Journal of Biosocial Science 12:469-479 Avery*, Roger C. Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1978, 1979 Brown U, Sociology 1992, 2009 (Adjunct) and Population Studies and Training Center 2009 (NICHD) (Emeritus 2010); International Population Program, Cornell University 1979; Cornell University, Sociology 1974 1979 Robert G. Potter, Charles J. Mode, Michael G. Soyka, RC Avery. Measuring Potential Fertility through Null Segments. Social Biology 26, 4 Ayala, Francisco Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976 Ayme, Segolene 1989 Centre de G n tique M dicale, H pital de la Timone, Marseille, France; 1982 Centre de Génétique Médicale, Hôpital d'Enfants de la Timone, F-13385 Marseille Cedex 5, France and U. 242 INSERM, Hôpital d'Enfants de la Timone, F-13385 Marseille Cedex 5, France 1989 C Julian, MC Tordo, G Macquart-Moulin, JP Moatti, F Giraud, S Ayme. Factors influencing genetic counseling attendance rate: a geographically based study. Social Biology 36:3-4:240-247 Babu, BV 1994 Anthropology, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India 1994 BV Babu, YS Kusuma, JM Naidu. Genetic load among four Andhra caste populations. Social Biology 41, 1-2: 127-129 1994 BV Babu, JM Naidu. Individual fertility rate among minor tribal populations from Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 41: 274-277 Bachrach*, Prof. Arthur J. Member 1956 Arizona State University 1962 till retired; Dept. of Neurology and Medical Psychology, Univ. of Virginia Hospital 1946-1962

Bachrach*, Christine A Dir. 1995-2008 (Class of 2000) (According to her 2010 CV she was director from 1995-2004 but she is clearly listed on as a director by the official journal in 2008) Population Council, PDR Editor, PAA Affairs 2003 2010-2011 joint appointment as Nannerl O. Keohane Distinguished Visiting Professor with Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina and Duke University Population Research Institute; 1992- Feb. 2010 Chief of Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch (DBS), Center for Population Research, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD/ NIH) then acting Chief Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences (OBSSR) in Office of the Director of NIH [Francis Collins] 2008February 2010 [Rebecca Clark is the chief and head of extra-mural research at a strangely shrunken DBS in Dec. 2010]; Bachrach financed much current eugenic research through DBSB/ NICHD; University of Maryland Population Research Center, Feb. 2010; Visiting fellow, Social Science Research Institute, Duke University 2010 Background: In the near future Bachrach plans to explain and critique human culture with no nonsense about a Eurocentric perspective - she gets it all - and also she will explain how to parent so as to avoid drug abuse in the kids and they will do well in school, too. Thank God, someone has it all figured out at last. “In the near future, Bachrach plans to devote a significant portion of her time to research on cultural schemas related to parenthood. Schemas are knowledge structures that represent various aspects of the world. These mental representations are stored in individuals’ minds, but what makes them, collectively, “culture” is their tendency to be shared across interacting individuals and groups. Schemas are acquired through experience and in turn influence our interpretations of, and response to, new experience. Bachrach’s planned work includes a review of the use of “schema-like” concepts in social demography and other fields and qualitative analyses of parenthood schemas using ethnographic data from the study, “Welfare, Children, and Families: A Three-City Study.” From http://www.popcenter.umd.edu/mprc-associates/chrisbachrach DEC. 2010 Baer*, Dee Member 1974 Dept. of Biology, California State, San Diego 1970, 1974 1970 Lactase Deficiency and Yogurt. Social Biology 17, 2:143 Bah, Sulaiman M b. Sierra Leone University of Western Ontario, Population Studies Center, Professional Associate 2009-2011 Epidemiology, National School of Public Health, Medical School of Southern Africa, Medunsa 2009, 2011; Central Statistical Service, Pretoria, South Africa 1998; Population Studies Program, Sociology, University of Zimbabwe, Harare 1994, 1995 1998 S Bah. Assessing the contribution of age-sex differentials in causes of death due to infectious and parasitic diseases to the trends in age-sex differentials in life expectancy in Mauritius. Social Biology 45(3-4):260-72. 1995 S Bah. Quantitative approaches to detect the fourth stage of the epidemiologic transition. Social Biology 42 (1-2):141-148 1995 S Bah. Indirect estimation of cause of death structure in Africa and contemporary theories of mortality. Social Biology 42(3-4):247-55 1994 S Bah. Influence of cause-of-death structure on age patterns of mortality in Mauritius. Social Biology 41(3-4):212-28.

Baier*, Prof. Joseph G. Member 1956 d. 1990; Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (1932-, Prof. 1945-68, Michael F. Guyer Prof. 1969-1975, Dean of College of Letters and Science 1956-66) Bailar 3rd, Prof John C Book Reviews; Author Health Studies, U Chicago, Emeritus 2010-11 1974 Book Review. Social Biology 2, 2 1967 JC Bailar 3rd, J Gurian. The medical significance of date of birth. Eugenics Quarterly 14(2):89-102 1965 JC Bailar. Congenital malformations and season of birth: a brief review. Eugenics Quarterly 12(3):146-53. 1964 AB Kesselman, JC Bailar 3rd. Disease Incidence and Season of Birth: A Note on Methodology. Eugenics Quarterly 11:112-5. Bailey, Prof. Kenneth UCLA, Sociology 1968-(2000), Emeritus 2009-2011 Director, Population Research Program, Survey Research Center, UCLA, 1971-1974 1974 KD Bailey, LG Reeder, AA Allison, LB Bourque, D Hensler. "Attitudes toward Population Growth: Demographic Predictors." Social Biology 21, 4:360-367 Bailit DMD PhD, Howard L Aetna; Anthropology, Harvard University 1966; NIH Postdoctoral Fellow 1965 1966 HL Bailit, ST Damon, A Damon. Consanguinity on Tristan da Cunha in 1938. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 30-33 Bajema*, Prof. Carl Secretary 1969-72; Member 1974 Grand Valley State College, Biology, Allendale Michigan 1966, 1986, retired about 1989; developed large collection of Michigan newspaper clippings on African-Americans 1972 Frederick Osborn, Carl Bajema. The eugenic hypothesis. Social Biology 19, 4: 337–345. (Ginsburg) 1972 CJ Bajema. Transmission of information about the environment in the human species: a cybernetic view of genetic and cultural evolution. Social Biology 19(4):224-6 1968 CJ Bajema. Relation of fertility to occupational status, IQ, educational attainment and size of family of origin: a follow-up study of a male Kalamazoo public school population. Eugenics Quarterly 13(3):198-203 1967 CJ Bajema. Human population genetics and demography: a selected bibliography. Eugenics Quarterly 14(3):205-37 1966 CJ Bajema. Relation of fertility to educational attainment in a Kalamazoo public school population. Eugenics Quarterly 13:306-15 (study supported by the American Eugenics Society) 1964 CJ Bajema. Estimation of the Direction and Intensity of Natural Selection in Relation to Human Intelligence by Means of the Intrinsic Rate of Natural Increase. Eugenics Quarterly 10:175-87 Background: Abortion and Eugenics: The Views of the former Secretary of the American Eugenics Society From “An Interview with Carl J. Bajema” which was a telephone interview done by Marian VanCourt of the Eugenics Special Interest Group, (a subgroup of MENSA) on October 2, 1983. It was originally published in The Eugenics Bulletin, Fall 1983 and is now on the web at http://www.euvolution.com/articles/interview03.html

“VANCOURT: Do you think the Hyde Amendment [which prohibited DHEW from using Medicaid funds for abortions for poor women] has had an appreciable dysgenic influence? BAJEMA: There are certainly a lot of unwanted pregnancies, and the Hyde Amendment makes it very difficult for women in the poverty category to obtain abortions. So my immediate response to that question would be "yes". In my particular state, in Michigan, the state still pays for these abortions. But many states have refused to step in and pick up the costs. This had got to have an adverse effect in a variety of ways, including a dysgenic effect. … VanCourt: *People+ have written to me saying essentially the same thing: "I believe eugenics is a vitally important issue, and nobody seems to be doing anything about it. What can I do to further this cause?" Do you have any advice to impart? BAJEMA: I certainly do. I think you have to put your money and your time where your mouth is--that's the way I'd put it. And I mean both money and time. There are political controversies we need to get involved in, because in some cases, the side eugenics is on is losing. I'll give you some examples: First, it's very important for anyone who supports eugenics to also support Planned Parenthood and various abortion rights groups. Second, it is crucial to support sex education and contraceptive education in the schools. Third, we need to counter the fundamentalists' attack on the teaching of evolution. And fourth, there's the controversy going on with respect to the teaching of values which concerns us. What is called "values clarification" helps students learn about different ways of viewing an act in terms of both personal consequences and social consequences. An extreme right wing faction wants to force this out of the schools. Eugenics is not independent of these controversies, because depending on how some of them go, it could be extremely difficult to discuss eugenics in the schools, and to develop a national policy with respect to eugenics.” From Abortion and Eugenics: The Views of the former Secretary of the American Eugenics Society “An Interview with Carl J. Bajema” Baker*, Prof. Paul T. Member 1974 1927-2007; Human Biology Council/Association, President 1975-76; Sociology and Anthropology, Pennsylvania State U 1957-(1991); trained eugenic society members (Jere Haas*, Paul W Leslie*, Michael Little*) and writers for the eugenic society journal (Douglas Crews, Timothy Gage, Sarah Harbison, James Dutt, Andrew Abelson, Charles Weitz, Joel Hanna). 1974 AE Abelson, TS Baker, PT Baker. Altitude, Migration and Fertility in the Andes. Social Biology 21, 1:12-27. 1967 PT Baker. Reply to Lestrel's comments. Eugenics Quarterly 14(2):157. 1966 PT Baker. Human Biological Variation as an Adaptive Response to the Environment. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 2 Baker, Robert L 1987, 1989 Educational Psychology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles 1987 RL Baker, BR Mednick, NA Hunt. Academic and psychosocial characteristics of low-birthweight adolescents. Social Biology 34:1-21-2, 94-109 Baker, Thelma S Anthropology, Pennsylvania State U 1974 1974 AE Abelson, TS Baker, PT Baker. Altitude, Migration and Fertility in the Andes. Social Biology 21, 1:12-27.

Balakrishnan, Prof. TR Social Biology: Referee 1979; Book Review; Author University of Western Ontario, Population Research Center (now Population Studies Centre) 1996, 2009, 2011 and Sociology 1966, 1970, 1990, Emeritus 2009-2011 1979 TR Balakrishnan. Probability of conception, conception delay, and estimates of fecundability in rural and semiurban areas of certain Latin American countries. Social Biology 26(3):226-31. 1972 TR Balakrishnan, S Ross, JD Allingham, JF Kanter. Attitudes toward Abortion of Married Woman in Metropolitan Toronto. Social Biology 19:35-42 1966 TR Balakrishnan. Book Review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 3 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1989 K Vaninadha Rao, TR Balakrishnan. Timing of first birth and second birth spacing in Canada. Journal of Biosocial Science 21:293-300 Balfour* MD, Dr. Marshall C. Member (Foreign) 1956; Referee, Social Biology 1975 1896-1976; 1962 Population Council, representative for Asia The Rockefeller Foundation: International Health Division 1926-1960 [1950 Public Health and Demography. Rockefeller Foundation 1962 The Population Problem. American Journal Public Health 54, 4. ] Balistreri, Kelly Stamper Bowling Green U, Center for Family and Demographic Research 2009-2011 and Sociology 2004, 2007, 2011; PhD 2006 Bowling Green 2004 FW Goza, EG Stockwell, KS Balistreri. The relationship between socioeconomic status and infant mortality in metropolitan Ohio. Social Biology 51(3-4):83-93 (seems to have been published in Social Biology in the year 2006 as v. 51, 2004 – an example perhaps of the problems the journal was having) JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2007 Franklin W Goza, Edward G Stockwell, Kelly S Balistreri. Racial Differences in the Relationship between Infant Mortality and Socioeconomic Status. Journal of Biosocial Science 39:517-529 Government Money 2010 NICHD 5R21HD058142-02 Balistreri, Kelly Stamper Bowling Green State University, Ohio Demographic Analysis of SES Stability & Well-Being among Children of Immigrants Ballesteros, S 1977 Departamento de Biolog a, Universidad de Chile, Valparaiso 1977 J Pinto-Cisternas, B Lazo, C Campusano, S Ballesteros. Some determinants of mating structure in a rural zone of Chile, 1810-1959. Social Biology 24(3):234-44 Ballonoff, Paul A Population Research Center, University of Texas at Austin 1973, 1976 1973 Structural Statistics: Model Relating Demography and Social Structure with Applications to Apache and Hopi. Social Biology 20:421-426 Ballweg, John A

Sociology, Virginia Polytechnic, Blacksburg 1967-2011 Emeritus by 2011 1984 CE Tan, JA Ballweg. Demographic and contraceptive patterns among women in Northern Mindanao, the Philippines. Social Biology 31(3-4):232-42 1974 JA Ballweg, DW MacCorquodale. Family planning method change and dropouts in the Philippines. Social Biology 21(1):88-95 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1982 Death Loss, Fetal Wastage and Completed Family Size. Journal of Biosocial Science 14:309-318 1972 Selection of a family planning method: a Philippine example. Journal of Biosocial Science 4:411425 Banda, Esther Melody 2003 Social Statistics Division, School of Social Sciences, University of Southampton, United Kingdom 2003 Nyovani Janet Madise, Esther Melody Banda, Kabwe Wendy Benaya. Infant mortality in Zambia: socio-economic and demographic determinants. Social Biology 50(1-2), 148-166 (Project partly supported by a grant from the UK Economic and Social Research Council, Award R000223400) Bangs*, Ms. Catharine C. Member 1956; New York City Bandyopadhyay, Suraj 1994 Head, Sociological Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India 1994 S Bandyopadhyay, Molly Chattopadhyay, C Duttagupta. Biosocial factors influencing women to become prostitutes in India. Social Biology 41, 3-4: 252-259. Baochang, Gu – see Gu, Baochang Barakat*, Bassam Y Member (Foreign) 1974; Lebanon 1984 Univ. of Maryland; 1974 Dept. OB-GYN, School of Medicine, American Univ., Beirut, Lebanon Barber, Nigel In press 2009, 2010 The sex ratio at birth: Cross-national tests of a role for timing of intercourse. Social Biology. 2004 Sex Ratio at Birth, Polygyny, and Fertility: A Cross-National Study. Social Biology 51, 1-2 Barbosa, CAA Laboratorio de Genetica, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, Sao Carlos, Brazil 1983 Population Genetics Laboratory, University of Hawaii 1980 1983 CAA Barbosa, NE Morton, R Wette, DC Rao, H Krieger. Race, height, and blood pressure in Northeastern Brazil. Social Biology 30:211-217 Bard, David E University of Oklahoma, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 1998-(2011) 2006 Gene-Environment Interactions Affecting Early Fertility: A Link between SES and Health. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine were published in Social Biology, v. 53, 1 (2006). Social Biology then ceased publication

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1972 Larry D. Barnett, Dennis S. Mileti. Nine Demographic Factors and Their Relationship to Attitudes Toward Abortion Legalization. Social Biology 19 (1972): 43 1970 Larry D Barnett. Political Affiliation and Attitudes toward Population Limitation. Social Biology 17: 124 1970 Larry D Barnett. Education and Religion as Factors Influencing Attitudes toward Population Growth in the United States. Social Biology 17: 26 1969 Larry D Barnett. Population Policy: Payments for Fertility Limitation in the United States? Social Biology 16: 239 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1974 Larry D Barnett. Zero Population Growth, Inc.: a Second Study. Journal of Biosocial Science 6:122 1973 Larry D Barnett. A Study of the Relationship between Attitudes towards World Population Growth and USA Population Growth. Journal of Biosocial Science 5:61-69 1972 Larry D Barnett. Demographic factors in attitudes towards population growth and control. Journal of Biosocial Science 4:9-23 1972 Larry D Barnett. The rural ideal in American society and its influence on attitudes towards population limitation. Journal of Biosocial Science 4:235-246 [Population Policy and the U.S. Constitution (1982), Larry Barnett] Baroff, George S Book Review, Eugenics Quarterly 1954 Medical Genetics, New York State Psychiatric Institute; University of North Carolina, Psychology, Emeritus 2007 1954 Book Review, Eugenics Quarterly 1, 1 Baron MD, Prof. Miron 2011, 1991 Medical Genetics, New York State Psychiatric Institute and Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 1991 X-linkage and manic-depressive illness: a reassessment. Social Biology 38, 3-4:179-188 Barrow MD, Mark V 1975 Genetics and Epidemiology Section, Laboratory of Developmental Biology and Anomalies, National Institute of Dental Research, NIH 1975 Jerald Niswander, MV Barrow, GJ Bingle. Congenital Malformations in the American Indian. Social Biology 22, 3:203-215 Baruch*, Bernard Member 1930 Financier Baruffi MD, MPH, Prof. Gigliola 1992 Maternal and Child Health Program, Department of Community Health Development, School of Public Health, University of Hawaii, Manoa, Honolulu, (Emeritus by 2010, 2011); MPH Johns Hopkins 1970 1992 GR Alexander, G Baruffi, J Mor, E Kieffer. Maternal nativity status and pregnancy outcome among U.S.-born Filipinos. Social Biology 39 (3-4), 278-284

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Population Council, PDR 1993 Alaka Malwade Basu. How pervasive are sex differentials in childhood nutritional levels in South Asia? Social Biology 40, 1-2: 25-37 1987 Alaka Malwade Basu. Household Influences on Childhood Mortality: evidence from historical and recent mortality trends. Social Biology 34, 3-4 187:205 Basumallik, Tapan 1987 Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India 1987 K Pakrasi, T Basumallik, S Chowdhury, M Chakraborty. Mentally retarded children of Eastern India: a biosocial study. Social Biology 34:3-43-4, 206-219 Bates*, Prof. Marston Member 1956 1906-1974; Prof. Zoology, U Michigan 1952-1971 Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division 1937-50 United Fruit Company 1928-31 "The problem of man's place in nature ... is the problem of the relations between man's developing culture and other aspects of the biosphere. ...This makes the split between the social and biological sciences particularly unfortunate. Economics and ecology ... as fields of knowledge ... are cultivated in remotely separated parts of our universities ... the humanities (have)long forgotten about nature ... Surely there is some way of putting all these things together ... The matter has some urgency ... we can create... we can produce ... we have achieved ... control ... yet ... attempts to look at man's future are gloomy ... continuing warfare ... dizzy rate of population growth, and the exhaustion of resources ... we have lost the faith of the Eighteenth Century ... and the .. faith of the Nineteenth Century ... Man can't change the laws of cultural evolution or organic evolution ... but understanding the laws and acting with the laws he can influence the consequences ... the long term threat is the cancerous multiplication of the numbers of men ... we must make every effort to maintain diversity... Science has undermined the dogmas and revelations ... a rationale for conduct ... will have to consider not only the problems of man's conduct with his fellow man, but also man's conduct toward nature ... we need to develop an ecological conscience" (from The Forest and the Sea p. 250 -257) Batty*, Mr. James; Member (Foreign) 1956; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Baudot, Patrick 1986 Human Ecology Research Team, Science Faculty of Marrakech, Marrakech, Morocco; U of Provence, France 1986 D Bley, P Baudot. Some recent trends in infant mortality in the province of Marrakech, Morocco: a demographic transition in process. Social Biology 33(3-4):322-5 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1996 P Baudot, C Varea, E Crognier, D Bley, G Boetsch, A Baali, MK Hilali. Determinants of contraceptive use in Morocco: stopping behaviour in traditional populations. Journal of Biosocial Science 28:1 INED, Population (French) 1989 Patrick Baudot. Structure de la mortalité infantile dans la région de Marrakech (Maroc), Institut National d'Études Démographiques. (INED)

Bauer*, Harry L. Member 1956 City College, Santa Monica, California 1956 Bauman, Karl E Referee, Social Biology 1979, 1980 Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, Emeritus 2009-2011; School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1987-2011 (Emeritus); Add Health Waves 1, 2, co-investigator 1977 Karl E Bauman, Ann E. Anderson, Jean L Freeman, Gary G. Koch. Legal abortions, subsidized family planning services, and the U.S. ‘birth dearth’. Social Biology 24(3):183-191. 1975 Karl E Bauman, Gary G Koch, J Richard Udry, Jean L Freeman. The Relationship Between Legal Abortion and Marriage. Social Biology 22(2):117-124 1972 Karl E Bauman, P Varavej. Reason for Contracepting and Choice between IUD and Pill – Implications for the Difference in Continuation Rates. Social Biology 19: 292-296 Beale, Calvin 1923-2008; 1957 US Dept. Agriculture (USDA), Agriculture Marketing Service; Demographer 1957 American Triracial Isolates: Their Status and Pertinence to Genetic Research. Eugenics Quarterly 4, 4:187-96 Bean, Prof. Frank D Referee, Social Biology 1979, 1980 U California-Irvine: Sociology 2010-11 and Director, Center for Research on Immigration, Population and Public Policy 2010-11 and Center for Demographic and Social Analysis 2009 U Texas-Austin: Sociology 1980, 1983, 1997 and Population Research Center 1983 Population Council, PDR 1997 FD Bean, JA Burr. Racial Fertility Differences: The Role of Female Employment and Education in Wanted and Unwanted Childbearing. Social Biology 43: 218-241 1980 Frank D. Bean, Margaret P Clark, Scott J South, Gray Swicegood, Dorie Williams. Changes in Sexual Desire after Voluntary Sterilization. Social Biology 27 (Fall): 186-193. Bean, Prof. Lee L U Utah: Sociology 1982, 1984, 1987, 2002 (Emeritus 2010) and Middle East Center 1987; Sociology, Yale U 1966 2002 LL Bean, Ken R Smith*, Geraldine P Mineau. Fertility and Post-Reproductive Longevity. Social Biology 49, 3-4 1984 DL Anderton, LL Bean, JD Willigan, GP Mineau. Adoption of fertility limitation in an American frontier population: an analysis and simulation of socio-religious subgroups. Social Biology, 31: 140-59 1966 LL Bean. The Fertility of Former Mental Patients. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 1 (Supported by USPHS, NIMH grant MH03569) JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1987 Mahjoub A El-Faedy, Lee L Bean. Differential paternity in Libya. Journal of Biosocial Science 19:395-403 Beatty-DeSana*, Jeanne W. Member 1974 Georgia Retardation Center, Cytogenetics Lab, Atlanta, Georgia 1974

Beaver PhD, Kevin M Florida State U, Dept. Criminology 2008-2011; Cincinnati U, Criminal Justice: PhD 2006, MS 2001 PhD Dissertation: The Intersection of Genes, the Environment, and Crime and Delinquency: A Longitudinal Study of Offending. Chair: Dr. John Paul Wright, U Cincinnati Master’s Thesis: The Influence of Marriage, Employment, and Education on Desistance from Marijuana: Examining the Impact of Life-Course Transitions. Chair: Dr. John Paul Wright, U Cincinnati 2011 J Eagle Shutt, J C Barnes, Kevin M Beaver, George E Higgins, Richard Tewksbury. Does Biology Underlie the Oldest Profession? Prostitution and Sex Disparities in John Behavior. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:155-170 2008 Jamie Vaske, Jamie Newsome, Matthew Makarios, John Paul Wright, Brian B Boutwell, Kevin M Beaver. Interaction of 5HTTLPR and Marijuana Use on Property Offending. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1:93-102. 2009 Kevin Beaver, Chris Gibson, Wesley Jennings, Jeffrey T Ward. A gene X environment interaction between DRD2 and religiosity in the prediction of adolescent delinquent involvement in a sample of males. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1 2008 Kevin Beaver, John Paul Wright, Anthony Walsh. A Gene-Based Evolutionary Explanation for the Association between Criminal Involvement and Number of Sex Partners. Biodemography and Social Biology 54 (Spring):47-55 Background: Gene x environment (G x E) interactions are thought by some to have substantial influence on the aetiology and clinical manifestations of complex disorders Background: Beaver works like a beaver! Beaver received his doctorate in 2006 and has since published 50 articles, 15 book chapters and is author/editor of 7 books meaning that he has published a book, an article or a book chapter once every three weeks. For this he received an award - see quote below. He also, according to his CV, has made more than 50 presentations between 2007-2009 so that he is publishing research work every 1.8 weeks. In my opinion his department at Florida State University should study this man’s methodology – either we have a lot to learn or he does. The Beaver presentations are made by graduate students but one hopes that Beaver, who puts his name on the presentations, is supervising the graduate students. It’s a department responsibility to see that he is. Moreover, Beaver’s field is the genetic component in crime. This is a field which in the past has been disfigured and degraded by racism of the most virulent kind. And Beaver’s work is connecting race and crime through genetics. This is also a department responsibility since Beaver is such a young PhD and since the FSU website mentioned Beaver and his fast work approvingly. Is his work up to FSU standards? FSU website on Beaver “He received this year's American Society of Criminology Ruth Shonle Cavan Young Scholar Award. The award recognizes his outstanding contributions to the field in just the few years since he received his doctorate. Beaver has published more than 50 articles and more than 15 book chapters and is the author/editor of 7 books, including Biosocial Criminology: A Primer (Kendall/Huent, 2009). His research has appeared in journals as diverse as American Journal of Public Health, Criminology, Journal of Genetic Psychology, and Sexual Abuse.” From Florida State University website http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/p/faculty-intro.php Dec. 2010

Beck*, B Member (Foreign) 1974; Denmark Beckerman, Stephen Pennsylvania State U, Anthropology 1981-2011 (with intervals as visiting professor or doing field work); PhD 1975 Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque 1976 Anthropology, U Berkeley 1976 Stephen Beckerman. An unusual live birth sex ratio in Ecuador. Social Biology 23(2): 172-174 Beer*, Ethel S. Member 1956; New York City 1956 Begleiter, Michael L Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri 1976 Genetic Counseling Center and The Cystic Fibrosis Clinic 1976 and Section of Medical Genetics and Molecular Medicine, 2002 1976 ML Begleiter, VF Burry, DJ Harris. The Prevalence of Divorce among Families of Children with Cystic Fibrosis. Social Biology 23, 3:260-264 Behrman, Prof. Jere R Referee, Biodemography and Social Biology, Demographic Research 2011, 2012; Frequently publishes with HP Kohler* who is President SSSB (2009-2011)

University of Pennsylvania: Economics 1986, 2010-11 and Graduate Group in Demography 2009-2011 and Director, Population Studies Center 1998, Faculty 2010; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010 Population Council, PDR 2011 Hans-Peter Kohler*, Jere R Behrman, Jason Schnittker. Social Science Methods for Twins Data: Integrating Causality, Endowments, and Heritability. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 88-141. [Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010] 1986 P Taubman, JR Behrman. Effect of Number and Position of Siblings on Child and Adult Outcomes. Social Biology 33, 1-2:22-34 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2011 Jere Behrman, Julia Behrman, Nykia M. Perez. Out of Sync? Demographic and other social science research on health conditions in developing countries. Demographic Research 24 2000 2000 Hans-Peter Kohler*, Jere R. Behrman, Susan Watkins. Empirical Assessments of Social Networks, Fertility and Family Planning Programs: Nonlinearities and their Implications. Demographic Research 3, 7 IGSS 2010 Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference. Hans-Peter Kohler*, Jere R Behrman. Identifying Causation and the Role of Endowments: The Use of Twin Studies in Economics and Behavior Genetics Government Money 2010 NICHD 1R01HD065436-01A1 Behrman, Jere R University of Pennsylvania Early Child Development Programs: Effective Interventions for Human Development Beiguelman*, Dr. Member (Foreign) 1967; Universidad de Campinas, Brazil Belknap*, Chauncey Director 1937-41; Secretary 1942-45; Treasurer 1946; Secretary/ Treasurer 1947-51; Treasurer 1952-59; Director 1960-61; Member 1974 1892-1984; Rockefeller Foundation lawyer; Frederick Osborn’s personal lawyer; Patterson, Belknap, Webb and Tyler 1920-1980 (presided over firm 1944-1974) Bell*, Alexander Graham American Consultative Committee 1912-21; (Honorary President, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921) 1847-1922; Inventor of the telephone Bell*, AW Member 1930, 1956 California 1930; Los Angeles, California 1956 Belmont*, August Member 1930 financier

Belmont, Lillian Referee, Social Biology 1979 1980 Epidemiology, School of Public Health, Columbia University and Epidemiology of Brain Disorders Department, New York Psychiatric Institute and Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center, Faculty of Medicine, Columbia University; New York State Psychiatric Institute 2006 1980 P Cohen, Lillian Belmont, J Dryfoos, Z Stein, S Zayac. The effects of teenaged motherhood and maternal age on offspring intelligence. Social Biology 27(2), 138–154. Belt, Stephen 1974 Sociology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 1974 P Cutright, S Belt, J Scanzoni. Gender preferences, sex predetermination, and family size in the United States. Social Biology 21(3):242-8 Belvalgidad, MI 1967 Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, India 1967 KG Basavarajappa, MI Belvalgidad. Changes in age at marriage of females and their effect on the birth rate in India. Eugenics Quarterly 14(1):14-26. Benaya, Kabwe Wendy 2003 Social Statistics Division, School of Social Sciences, University of Southampton, United Kingdom 2003 Nyovani Janet Madise, Esther Melody Banda, Kabwe Wendy Benaya. Infant mortality in Zambia: socio-economic and demographic determinants. Social Biology, v. 50(1-2), 148-166 (Project partly supported by a grant from the UK Economic and Social Research Council, Award R000223400) Bendel, Jean-Pierre 1978 Public Administration Program, Pennsylvania State University, Middletown 1978 JP Bendel, C Hua. An estimate of the natural fecundability ratio curve. Social Biology 25, 3:210227 Bender*, Lauretta Member 1974 ASHG, Member 1954; Psychiatry, New York U, College Medicine 1954 1963 L Bender. Mental Illness in Childhood and Heredity. Eugenics Quarterly 10, 1 Benfer*, Prof. Robert A Member 1974 Univ. Missouri-Columbus 1969-(2009) Anthropology, Emeritus (2002-2011) Benjamin, Prof. Lorna Smith Referee, Social Biology U Utah, Psychology 2009-2011 Bennett, Dorothea Book review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 3 Anatomy, Cornell U 1966 Bennett, Prof. JH Student of RA Fisher**; Department of Genetics, Adelaide University, Australia 1965, 1986

1962 Population and family studies on kuru. Eugenics Quarterly 9:59-68 [1958 JH Bennett, FA Rhodes, HN Robson. Observations on kuru. I. A possible genetic basis. Austr. Ann. Med. 1958:269–275. 1962 JH Bennett. Population studies in the kuru region of New Guinea. Oceania. 1962;33:24–46. 2008 JH Bennett. Family and population studies by the Adelaide Kuru Team, 1957–1965 Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2008 November 27; 363(1510): 3629. (This article explains that the possible genetic basis for Kuru was abandoned as a hypothesis by Bennett by 1962) Background: “In the genealogical survey, the incidence of kuru in males was almost equal to that in young females and most of the mothers of these two classes of victims (i.e. males and young females) themselves were said to have died of kuru. This finding and examination of the pedigrees led to the tentative suggestion by Bennett et al. (1958) that kuru might be controlled by an autosomal gene dominant to its allele in females and recessive in males, with the early onset (childhood) cases in females being homozygotes KK. These studies were extended in 1959 with the support of the University of Adelaide, the Public Health Department of Papua New Guinea (PNG) and a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. Essentially the same family patterns were found in all parts of the kuru region that were visited.” From 2008 JH Bennett. Family and population studies by the Adelaide Kuru Team, 1957– 1965 Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2008 November 27; 363(1510): 3629. Background: “The Act setting up the ANU was passed in August 1946, and with it came a statutory grant of £325,000. We discussed with Florey how best to spend this money, and decided to use our portion of it to buy back-sets of important journals, get equipment for our laboratories, and provide ANU scholarships to enable young Australian scientists to do a PhD degree in England (none of us wanted to take on PhD students until we had settled into our labs in Canberra). I recommended three such students: J. H. Bennett to work with R. A. Fisher (he later became Professor of Genetics at the University of Adelaide)” Bennett*, Prof. Kenneth Member 1976; Book editor, Social Biology: 1973 (2), 1975 & 1976 (all reviews), 1980-1981, 1987; Referee 1975-76 Univ. Wisconsin, Madison, Anthropology (1970-(2009), Emeritus 2010-11 1987 book review of Men in Groups by Lionel Tiger in Social Biology, v. 34, 1-2 1981 Book Review. Social Biology 28, 3-4 1980 Book Review. Social Biology 27, 2 1976 Book Review. Social Biology 23, 1, 2, 3, and 4 1975 Book Review. Social Biology 22, 2 and 4 1974 Book Review. Social Biology 21, 2 1973 Book Review. Social Biology 20, 1 and 3 Bennett, Prof. Neil G CUNY: 2007-2011; Founding Director, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research 2007-2011 and Baruch School of Public Affairs-CUNY 2007:PhD Princeton 1981 Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Member, Board of Directors, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, 1987-1992 and at various dates, Planned Parenthood Federation of America: Executive Committee, Affiliate Development and Evaluation (including as Chair), Public Affairs, Insurance, National Nominating

Committee, North Atlantic Regional Nominating Committee (including as Chair), and Alumni Association Executive Committee. Member, Board of Directors, Alan Guttmacher Institute, 1988-1994. Member, Science Advisory Panel, Alan Guttmacher Institute, 1988-1991. Member, Board of Directors, Planned Parenthood of Connecticut, 1985-1991 2000 D Conley, N Bennett. Race and the inheritance of low birth weight. Social Biology 47 (1-2): 77-93. Benoist* MD, Prof. Jean Member (Foreign) 1974; France/ Canada Professor Emeritus of Medical Anthropology, University of Aix-Marseille, Provence, France 2008; Research Institute for the Study of Man 2008 Bentley*, Prof. Gillian R. Dir. 1994-2008 2009-2011 Durham U: Medical Anthropology at Centre for Integrated Health Care Research, UK JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1992 Peter T Ellison*, Gillian R Bentley*, Robert C Bailey, Mark R Jenike, Alisa M Harrigan, Nadine R Peacock. The ecology of birth seasonality among agriculturalists in central Africa. Journal of Biosocial Science 24:393-412 Benton, MA England 1985 Newnham College, University of Cambridge, England 1985 IF Laurenson, MA Benton, AJ Bishop, CGN Mascie-Taylor**. Fertility at Low and High altitude in Central Nepal. Social Biology 32, 1-2:65-70 Berenbaum, Sheri A Social Biology: Book Reviewer; Referee, Social Biology 1980 1980 Book Review. Social Biology 27, 1 Berendes, Heinz W Referee, Social Biology 1975 Berens, Conrad 1889-1963; 1954 Managing Director, Ophthalmological Foundation Inc., New York City 1954 C Berens. Heredity and the eye. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 2 Berggren, Gretchen Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad, India 1975; Population Sciences, School of Public Health, Harvard University 1974 1974 G Berggren, N Murthy, SJ Williams. Rural Haitian women: an analysis of fertility rates. Social Biology 21(4):368-78 Berhanu, Betemariam Ethiopian-born Brown U, Sociology, PhD 2000, Dissertation: “The Well-Being of Ethiopia's Children: Trends, Patterns, and Differentials”, Advisor, Dennis Hogan q.v.; Ethiopia/Brown U Population Program; Population

Studies and Training Center, Brown University 1998; frequently published with David Lindstrom on Ethiopia in the ‘90’s. 2000 David P Lindstrom, B Berhanu. The effects of breastfeeding and birth spacing on infant and early childhood mortality in Ethiopia. Social Biology 47, 1-2 1998 B Berhanu, Dennis P Hogan. Postpartum Amenorrhea in Ethiopia: The Role of Weaning, Child Death, and Socioeconomic Factors. Social Biology 45, 1-2 Berkov, Beth International Population and Urban Research, University of California, Berkeley 1975; Family Health Services Section, California State Department of Health 1974, 1975 1975 B Berkov, J Sklar. Methodological options in measuring illegitimacy and the difference they make. Social Biology 22(4):356-71. Berman*, Paul Member 1974; Flushing New York 1974 Berman, Patricia A 1986 Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C.: United States Census Bureau, Decennial Planning Division, Patricia A. Berman, “Assistant Division Chief for Content and Data Products, directed the development and implementation of the 1990 Census Tabulation and Publication Program.” From http://www.census.gov/prod/1/90dec/cph4/ackros.pdf 1986 JS Passel, PA Berman. Quality of 1980 Census data for American Indians. Social Biology 33, 163182 Abstract: “The count of American Indians in the 1980 census was over 70 per cent larger than the 1970 census count. An assessment of the demographic basis for this change shows that the cohorts from ages 10 to 74 in 1980 increased by substantial amounts, reaching 35 per cent for many ages. Increases of this nature in the absence of immigration are demographically impossible—an indication that the changes in response patterns identified by Passel (1976) between the 1970 and 1960 censuses persisted in 1980, possibly at even greater levels.” From “Quality of 1980 census data for American Indians”. Berman and Passel. Social Biology 33, 3-4 abstract at http://www.informaworld.com/ Bernis, Cristina 1993 Unidad de Antropolog a, Departamento de Biolog a, Facultad de Ci ncias, Universidad Aut noma de Madrid, Spain 1993 E Crognier, C Bernis, S Elizondo, C Varea. The patterns of fertility in a Berber population from Morocco. Social Biology 34, 192-199 Bernstein, Marianne E 1967 Techniques of stratified sampling in the study of variation of the human sex ratio. Eugenics Quarterly 14(1):54-9 Bertrand PhD, Prof. Jane T Tulane U, School Public Health and Tropical Medicine 1981, 1987, 2010 (Chair, Health Management and Policy 2010-11) and (Chair, Global Health Systems and Development 2011) ; promoter of birth control as development in Latin America 1981 R Santiso, MA Pineda, M Marroquín, JT Bertrand. Vasectomy in Guatemala: a follow-up study of five hundred acceptors. Social Biology 28(3-4):253-64 Best PhD, Latrica E

2010 Sociology and Pan African Studies, University of Louisville; 2008 USC, Davis School of Gerontology, post-doctoral trainee (Preceptor, Eileen Crimmins*, SSSB) 2005-2002 Penn State, Population Research Institute, 2004 PhD: “Racial differences in the prevalence of diabetes” 2005 L Best, Mark D Hayward*, Mira M Hidajat. Life course pathways to adult-onset diabetes. Social Biology 52, 3-4 (Research partly supported by NIA/NIH grant (1 R55 AG19311) as well as NIA/NIH training grant T32 AG00048. Infrastructural support was provided by population center grants from NIA/NIH and NIHCD/NIH (1 R24 HD 41025, 5 R24 HD42849, 1 p30 AG024395) Bianchine*, Josette Member 1974; Columbus, Ohio 1974 Bichel* MD, Dr. Jorgen Member (Foreign) 1956 Institute for General Pathology, University of Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark 1956 Biddle*, Mrs. Mary Duke Member 1930 Bigelow*, Prof. Maurice A.- Member 1925, 1930; Pres., 1940-45; Director 1946; Acting Executive Secretary 1948-51; Secretary 1952; Hon. Secretary 1953-54 President during World War II and after; succeeded by Frederick Osborn 1947 Social control and eugenics. The Eugenical News 32(1):8 bin Mazurka, Ariffin (see Mazurka, Ariffin bin) Bingle, Glen J Social Biology: Book Review; Author 1975 Departments of Medical Genetics, Medicine, and Pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis; Riley Genetics Clinic 1985 Genetics and Epidemiology Section, Laboratory of Developmental Biology and Anomalies, National Institute of Dental Research, National Institutes of Health (NIH) 1975 1975 J Niswander, MV Barrow, GJ Bingle. Congenital Malformations in the American Indian. Social Biology 22, 3:203-215 1974 Book Review. Social Biology 2, 2 Birdsell, Prof. Joseph Benjamin (1908-1994); UCLA, Anthropology and Sociology 1947-1975; ASHG: First Board of Directors 1948, Member 1954 Anthropologist, Hunter-Gatherer Studies Races, a Study of Race Formation in Man (1950) 1972 JB Birdsell. The problem of the evolution of human races: classification or clines? Social Biology, 19:136-162. Bisch* MD, Dr. Louis Edward Member 1956 1885-1963; Prof. of Neuropsychiatry, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital 1926-63 Bishop, AJ

1985 Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, England 1985 IF Laurenson, MA Benton, AJ Bishop, CGN Mascie-Taylor. Fertility at Low and High Altitude in Central Nepal. Social Biology 32, 65-70 Bishop*, Dr. Louis B. Member 1930, 1956 Blacksheer*, Alfreda D Member 1974; Nashville Tennessee 1974 Blake, Judith Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1980 Kingsley Davis* wife Population Association of America, President 1981 Population Council, PDR d. 1993; 1986, 1979, 1977 School of Public Health and Department of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles; 1967 School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley 1986 Judith Blake. Number of Siblings, Family Background, and the Process of Status Attainment. Social Biology 33:5-21 1979 Judith Blake, JH Del Pinal. Predictors of family-size preferences, 1945-1977: A multivariate analysis. Social Biology 26(4):302-13 1977 Judith Blake. The Pill and the Rising Costs of Fertility Control. Social Biology 24:267 “…suspicions have arisen that the net costs to women of practicing *the oral contraceptive+ form of birth control are higher than was previously believed. It now appears that significant costs to health may exist and that people are increasingly evincing concern about these physiological consequences. In this paper, the trend in use of oral contraception is examined briefly. Then, a short summary of some of the health risks apparently involved in use of the pill is presented.” From abstract at http://www.informaworld.com/ 1967 Family size in the 1960's--a baffling fad? Eugenics Quarterly 14(1):60-74 (The research discussed in this paper was supported by a grant from The Equitable Life Assurance Society to International Population and Urban Research, Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley and by General Research Support Grant of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for assistance to Statistical Services, School of Public Health, U California-Berkeley Grant Number 1501TR-544104) 1966 book review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 1 Blalock, Casey L Sociology and Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado at Boulder 2008, 2010-11 2010 JD Boardman, Casey L. Blalock, Robin P. Corley, Michael C Stallings, Benjamin W Domingue, Matthew B McQueen, Ying Lu, Tom Crowley, John K. Hewitt, and Samuel H Field. Ethnicity, body mass, and genome wide data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 Blanchard, Prof. Kenneth Stephen (or Stephen Blanchard) 2000-(2010) Our Lady of the Lake U, San Antonio, Texas, Sociology, Director 2011 (2010-11 Chair, Applied Social and Cultural Sciences); PhD U Texas at Austin; MPH U Texas Public Health 2008 Benjamin S. Bradshaw, David W. Smith, Stephen Blanchard. Response to Noymer. Biodemography and Social Biology 54 (2) (and see 2008 Andrew Noymer. The 1918–19 influenza pandemic affected tuberculosis in the United States: Reconsidering Bradshaw, Smith, and Blanchard. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, (2):125–133

2008 BS Bradshaw, DW Smith, KS Blanchard. A Cohort Study of Tuberculosis and Influenza Mortality in the Twentieth Century. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 1995 Benjamin S Bradshaw, Kenneth S Blanchard, George H Thompson. Emergence of diabetes mellitus in a Mexican Origin Population: A multiple cause of death analysis. Social Biology 42:36-49. Blanco, Rafael U Chile-Santiago, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. Cellular Biology and Genetics 1998; Departamento de Biolog a Celular y Gen tica, Universidad de Chile, Sede Norte, Santiago 1976 1976 R Chakraborty, R Blanco, F Rothhammer, Elena Llop. Genetic Variability in Chilean Indian Populations and its Association with Geography, Language, and Culture. Social Biology 23, 73-81. Blattler*, D. Paul Member 1974 1975 Bioscience Laboratories, Van Nuys, California ; 1968 Chemistry, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma 1975 DP Blattler, HA Stevens, AJ Cropley. Intellect and Serum Uric Acid: An Optimal Concentration of Serum Urate for Human Learning. Social Biology 22, 3 And see “Human Performance as a Function of Optimum Metabolite Concentrations in Serum” DP Blattler Blattner*, Peggy Member 1974; Scarsdale, New York 1974 Bley, Daniel 1986 Biocultural Dynamics Research Team, CNRS and University of Aix-Marseille III, Aix-en-Provence, France 1986 D Bley, P Baudot. Some recent trends in infant mortality in the province of Marrakech, Morocco: a demographic transition in process. Social Biology 33(3-4):322-5. Blizard*, Prof. David D Secretary/ Treasurer 1982-83 Pennsylvania State University: Huck Institutes 2010-11, Center for Developmental and Health Genetics, 2008; as graduate student worked with JL Fuller* Bloom* MD, Dr. David Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 Bloom, Prof. David E 2009-2010 Harvard, School of Public Health: Department of Global Health and Population (Chair 20092010) and Clarence James Gamble* Professor of Economics and Demography 2009-2011 and Director, Program on the Global Demography of Aging 2009-2010: PhD 2009 NBER Economics of Aging Program; Office of Population Research (OPR), Princeton University, Princeton 1981 Population Council, PDR 1981 James Trussell, D Bloom, Anne R Pebley. Correcting Contraceptive Failure Rates for Sample Composition and Sample Selection Bias. Social Biology 28(3-4): 293-298

Blumel* MD, Dr. Johanna Member 1956; Galveston, Texas 1956 Orthopaedic Division, Department of Surgery, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston 1957 Blurton Jones, N 1984 Book Review. Social Biology 31, 3-4 Boardman* PhD, Jason Board Member, Society for Biodemography and Social Biology (2006-2009, 2011) Class of 2006, 2011; Biodemography and Social Biology: Editorial Board 2010-11, Associate Editor (2006-2009); co-editor, 2010 Genetic Influences on Demographic Processes, special edition of Biodemography and Social Biology; CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed Population Program and Health and Society Program, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado-Boulder 2009-2010 2011 Jason D Boardman*, Jason M Fletcher. Introduction to the Special Issue [of Biodemography and Social Biology] on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 1-2. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 2011 Jason D Boardman*, Kari B Alexander, Michael C Stallings. Stressful Life Events and Depression among Adolescent Twin Pairs. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 53-66. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 2010 JD Boardman*, Casey L. Blalock, Robin P. Corley, Michael C Stallings, Benjamin W Domingue, Matthew B McQueen, Ying Lu, Tom Crowley, John K. Hewitt, and Samuel H Field. Ethnicity, body mass, and genome wide data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 2010 Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference: Jason Boardman*. Stressful life events and depression; Conference organizer (second conference now scheduled for May-June 2011 Background: “Jason Boardman's research focuses on the social determinants of health with an emphasis on the gene-environment interactions related to health behaviors.” Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) and Biodemography and Social Biology 2010 fall Jason Boardman and Jason Fletcher (Division of Health Policy and Administration and School of Public Health, Yale University) will edit a special edition of Biodemography and Social Biology entitled “based on a conference originally entitled Genetic influences on demographic processes” which was finally called “Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences.” It was co-sponsored by the Population Association of America and the U Colorado through the University of Colorado Institute of Behavioral Science and the Population Center which is a division of the Institute of Behavioral Science. Funding also came from NICHD (2010 NICHD, 1R13HD066811-01, Boardman, Jason D, University of Colorado - Boulder, Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences, [IGSS]) The organizers and sponsors are dominated by Board members and Officers of the Society for the Study of Social Biology from the biodemographic wing. “Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) June 2nd-3rd 2010 Boulder, Colorado The Population Association of America and the University of Colorado Population Center are cosponsoring a conference entitled Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences. The goal of this

conference is to showcase behavioral and molecular genetic studies that enhance demographic and social scientific inquiry or in some way integrate genetics and the social sciences. Researchers from any of the social sciences are encouraged to participate.” From http://www.popassoc.org/files/PAAAffairs%20Winter-09.pdf The Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) Conference was held in June 2010 Papers Presented at Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) Conference: 1. Hans-Peter Kohler*, Jere R Behrman q.v. Identifying Causation and the Role of Endowments: The Use of Twin Studies in Economics and Behavior Genetics ~ Abstract [and see 2010 HP Kohler*, Jere R. Behrman q.v., Jason Schnittker q.v. . Social Science Methods for Twins Data: Integrating Causality, Endowments and Heritability. PSC Working Paper Series, PSC 10-06. This paper is posted at Scholarly Commons. http://repository.upenn.edu/psc working papers/21] 2. Jason Boardman* Stressful life events and depression ~ Abstract 3. Kathleen Mullan Harris* (President 2009 of Population Association which was a major sponsor of this conference), Guang Guo, Tianji Cai, Rui Guo, Hongyu Wang The Dopamine Transporter Gene, a Spectrum of Most Common Risky Behaviors, and the Legal Status of the Behaviors ~ Abstract 4. Hillard Kaplan*, Eileen Crimmins*, Jeff Winking q.v., Michael Gurven q.v., Caleb Finch, Sarinnapha Vasunilashorn, Hooman Allayee, Jung Ki Kim, Jonathan Stieglitz Genetic markers and age in the Tsimane of Bolivia ~ Abstract 5. Lindon J Eaves q.v., Amanda Frost-Keller, Peter K Hatemi The Source of Donations to Political and Charitable Groups ~ Abstract 6. Lindon J Eaves q.v., Bradley Verhulst The Structure of American Political Ideology: Disentangling the importance of psychological predispositions and socially constructions in the organization of political attitudes ~ Abstract 7. Nicholas G Martin q.v., Pete Hatemi The First Genome-Wide Association of Liberalism-Conservativism ~ Abstract and see Lindon J Eaves q. v.; Nicholas G Martin q.v.; Peter K Hatemi; Nathan A Gillespie; Brion S Maher; Sarah E Medland; David C Smyth; Harry N Beeby; Scott D Gordon; Grant W Montgomery; Ghu Zhu; Edna Byrne; Bradley T Webb; Andrew C Heath. 2010. “A Genome-Wide Analysis of Liberal and Conservative Political Attitudes.” Journal of Politics (forthcoming) 8. David M. Almeida q.v., Hobart Harrington Cleveland The use of intensive within-person data to demonstrate and specify Gene-Environment coactions ~ Abstract 9. Dalton Conley q.v., Emily Rauscher Genetic Interactions with Prenatal Social Environment: Effects on Academic and Behavioral Outcomes ~ Abstract 10. Colter Mitchell, John Hobcraft q.v., Daniel Notterman, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Irwin Garfinkel, Kate Jaeger, Iulia Kotenko, Sara McLanahan (Government Money: 2010 NICHD, 5R01HD036916, Mclanahan, Sara, Princeton University, Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing In Middle Childhood and 2010 NICHD 5R01HD061310-02, McLanahan, Sara, Princeton University, Children's Health Disparities in The U.S. and the U.K.: The Role of the Family) The Role of Mother’s Genes and Environment in Postpartum Depression ~ Abstract 11. Christopher Chabris Most Published SNP Associations with General Cognitive Ability Are Probably False Positives ~ Abstract 12. Christopher T. Dawes

COMT, Extraversion, and Partisan Attachment ~ Abstract 13. George Wehby, Jeffrey C. Murray, MD. , Allen Wilcox, MD, PhD, Rolv T. Lie, PhD. Genetic Instrumental Variable Analyses of the Effects of Smoking on BMI ~ Abstract 14. Jaime Settle Linking Genes and Contextual Diversity: An Initial Exploration of Gene x Environment Interactions ~ Abstract 15. Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, James H. Fowler (UCSD) and Bruno S. Frey (Zurich) Genes, Economics, and Happiness ~ Abstract 16. Jason Fletcher, Steven F. Lehrer Genetic Lotteries within Families ~ Abstract 17. Jeremy Freese* Genetic Heritability and the Fundamental Cause Perspective on Disease ~ Abstract 18. Jessica Faul, David R Weir Creating a National Resource for Genetic Research in Behavioral and Health Sciences ~ Abstract (primary support for this University of Michigan project comes from the Division of Behavioral and Social Science Research [BSR] (Director, Richard Suzman), NIA, NIH http://hrsonline.isr.umich.edu/sitedocs/genetics/GWAS_Overview.pdf) 19. Jonathan Beauchamp, David Cesarini, James H. Fowler, Patrick Groenen, Philipp Koellinger, Matthijs van der Loos, J. Niels Rosenquist, Roy Thurik, Nicholas A. Christakis A Genome Wide Association Study of Educational Attainment ~ Abstract 20. Matthew Bradshaw Gene-Environment Interplay and Life Course Health ~ Abstract 21. Stephanie von Hinke Kessler Scholder, George Davey Smith, Debbie A. Lawlor, Carol Propper, Frank Windmeijer Genetic Markers as Instrumental Variables: An Application to Child Fat Mass and Academic Achievement ~ Abstract 22. Susan Short Age at Initiation of Smoking and Nicotine Dependence ~ Abstract 23. Trenton G. Smith Biological Evolution of Risk Attitudes: A Unifying Framework ~ Abstract 24. Whitney R. Robinson Deconstructing Nature: on the fallacy of the Nature=genes paradigm in health research ~ Abstract Boateng, John Ghana born 2008 Penn State U College of Agriculture, graduate student studying under Constance Flanagan 2009 J Boateng, Constance Flanagan. Women's Access to Health Care in Ghana: Effects of Education, Residence, Lineage and Self-Determination. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 Bodmer* **, Prof. Walter F Dir. 1971; Referee, Social Biology 1975; Pres., Galton Institute** 2008-(2011) The Galton Institute is the English eugenics society. 1965 Genetics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California 1965 A program for genetic demography based on data from large scale social surveys. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 2:85-89 (supported by NIH grants: GM10452-02, HD 00045-01); see Jason Boardman q.v., Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences June 2010 which implements this idea 1964 Workshop Conference between Demographers and Geneticists, Princeton 1964

Boggs, Stephen T 1957 National Institute of Mental Health, NIH 1957 Family Size and Social Mobility in a California Suburb. Eugenics Quarterly, 4 Bogue, Grant 1971 Sociology and Anthropology, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois (Emeritus Professor 2011) 1971 G Bogue, GF Edwards. How to get along without race in demographic analysis. Social Biology 18(4):387-96 Bohlen, Joseph Referee, Social Biology 1976, 1977 Bohman MD, Michael 1985 Head, Child Psychiatry U Umea, Sweden; Stockholm Adoption Study on linkages between genetics, alcoholism 1985 S Sigvardsson, CR Cloninger, M Bohman. Prevention and treatment of alcohol abuse; uses and limitations of the high risk paradigm. Social Biology, 32:3-4, 185-194 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] Boiko, Serge I 2002 Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research 2001- 02 2002 Anatoli I Yashin, Svetlana V Ukraintseva, Serge I Boiko, Konstantin G Arbeev. Individual aging and mortality rate: how are they related? Social Biology 49(3-4):206-17 Bojnova, V 1968 Anthropology and Genetics, Comenius University, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 1968 V Ferák, Z Lichardová, V Bojnová. Endogamy, exogamy, and stature. Eugenics Quarterly 15(4):273-6. Boleslaw*, Goldman (see Goldman, Boleslaw) Bongaarts*, John Dir. 1988-93; 2000-08 Class of 2001 (acc. to CV 1987-(2004), acc. to another CV dated 2010, “1987 to present”; Social Biology Referee 1979, 1980, 2004, 2010 Population Council: 1973-(2011) (v.p. 1989-2011); VP in charge of Policy Research Division 2011; Population and Development Review, editorial committee 2011; Director, Research Division 1992; Medical Committee 1992; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Background: 2009 Bongaarts and Population Council push ahead with the destruction of African societies and African populations “International Family Planning Programs: Myths v. Facts NEW YORK, NY (9 April 2009) — Funding for international family planning programs in developing countries has declined by 30% since the mid-1990s. Decisions by policymakers and donors to reduce investments in contraceptive services and supplies were based on plausible-sounding—but misguided—arguments. “Donor fatigue” and persistent opposition from conservative governments and institutions, in particular the Bush administration and the Vatican, contributed to this decline. Family

planning programs were placed on the back burner as other pressing problems, such as the AIDS epidemic, rose in prominence. In "A response to critics of family planning programs" (PDF), published today in International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, the Population Council’s John Bongaarts and coauthor Steven W. Sinding aim to set the record straight and to urge that family planning become a higher priority on the international development agenda. Myth: Family planning programs have little or no effect on fertility. Fact: Decades of research show that comprehensive family planning and reproductive health services lead to sharp rises in contraceptive use that help women avoid unwanted pregnancies. Over a thirtyyear period (1960–1990), fertility declined in the developing world from more than six to fewer than four births per woman, and almost half of that decline—43%—is attributable to family planning programs. Myth: Fertility declines are under way everywhere, so the population problem has largely been solved and family planning programs are no longer needed. Fact: Population will keep growing even if fertility could immediately be reduced to the replacement level of 2.1 births per woman, because:  Current birthrates still leave fertility above the level needed to bring about population stabilization.  People live longer as higher standards of living, better nutrition, expanded health services, and greater investments in public health measures have reduced death rates, and further improvements are likely.  The large number of young people entering their childbearing years will result in population growth for decades to come. For example, in sub-Saharan Africa, 43% of the total female population was younger than 15 years in 2005. Myth: The death toll of the AIDS epidemic makes family planning undesirable and unnecessary. Fact: Despite the substantial mortality from AIDS, UN projections for all developing regions predict further large population increases. Despite a severe epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa, the region’s population is expected to grow by at least one billion between 2005 and 2050. This is because the annual number of AIDS deaths (two million) is equivalent to just 10 days’ growth in the population of the developing world. Myth: Family planning programs are not cost-effective. Fact: The World Bank estimates the cost of family planning at $100 per life-year saved. This is of the same order of magnitude as other health interventions, such as basic sanitation for diarrheal disease, a short course of chemotherapy for tuberculosis, and condom distribution for HIV prevention. All these interventions, including those for family planning, are much more cost-effective than antiretroviral treatment of AIDS, which currently receives a large proportion of health-related development aid. Myth: Family planning programs at best have made women the instruments of population control policies and, at worst, have been coercive. Fact: Today, nearly all programs around the world respect the right of couples to make informed reproductive choices, free from undue persuasion or coercion. An important exception is China, however, where the one-child policy continues to violate reproductive rights standards. Population growth and what to do about it has been the subject of controversy since the 1700s. Perhaps because at its most fundamental level the subject deals with sex, it has been a peculiarly incendiary topic of public policy debate. Yet much of today’s discussion about family planning programs, a principal instrument through which population policies have been implemented over the past 50 years, is based on faulty perceptions and misinformation. Large-scale national family planning programs have, for the most part, been remarkably successful. Why does this matter? Because women and children continue to suffer and die as a consequence of unwanted and unintended childbearing. Beyond that are renewed concerns about a variety of environmental issues and about the security of nations and the stability of governments, as well as deepening worries about food security and pervasive poverty.

“In the face of declining political and financial commitment to family planning programs, we must address head-on the faulty criticisms that have held back efforts to satisfy the unmet demand for family planning services,” say Bongaarts and Sinding. “High fertility and rapid population growth remain real problems that merit our attention and action.” http://www.popcouncil.org/mediacenter/newsreleases/2009_GuttFPMythsFacts.html Bonin, Stephan L 2002-03 Minot State U, Sociology student 2002 Lee Ellis, Steve Bonin. Social status and the secondary sex ratio: new evidence on a lingering controversy. Social Biology 49, 1-2 Bonne*, Batsheva Member (Foreign) 1967, 1974 Dept. of Genetics, Tel Hashoma Hospital, Tel Aviv 1967, 1973 1973 DF Roberts**, Batsheva Bonne. Reproduction and Inbreeding among the Samaritans. Social Biology 20(1): 64—70 Book* MD, Jan A Consulting Editor, Eugenics Quarterly 1963, 1968; Member 1974 Institute for Medical Genetics, University of Uppsala, Uppsala Stockholm, Sweden 1955-(1980) 1959 JA Book. "Fertility Trends in Some Types of Mental Defects", Eugenics Quarterly, v. 6, 2 1955 JA Book. "Heredity Counseling. Medical Genetics and Counseling Practices", Eugenics Quarterly, v. 2, 3 Booshanam, V 1969 Human Genetics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1969 WR Centerwall, G Savarinathan, LR Mohan, V Booshanam, M Zachariah. Inbreeding patterns in rural South India. Social Biology 16:2 Booth, Prof. Alan Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University 2009-2011; Sociology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln 1978 2011 Biosocial Foundations of Family Processes by Alan Booth, Susan M McHale, Nancy S Landale (Eds.) reviewed in Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:221-257 (2011) 1978 Alan Booth, Susan Welch. Stress, Health and Political Participation. Social Biology 25 (2): 102114. “People who participated in campaign activities were similar to inactives with respect to signs of stress and general health, but were of smaller stature.” From abstract Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5R13HD048150-07 Booth, Alan J Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Family Issues Symposium Borgiani, Paola Human Development, University of Rome Tor Vergata , Rome, Italy 1995 1992 E Bottini, F Gloria-Bottini, N Lucarini, A Scalamandre, P Borgiani, A Amante. Phosphoglucomutase genetic polymorphism and human fertility. Social Biology 39(3-4):246-56 Bottini, Egidio Human Development, University of Rome Tor Vergata , Rome, Italy 1995

1992 E Bottini, F Gloria-Bottini, N Lucarini, A Scalamandre, P Borgiani, A Amante. Phosphoglucomutase genetic polymorphism and human fertility. Social Biology 39(3-4):246-56 1975 E Bottini. Abortion: a hypothesis on the role of ABO blood groups and placental alkaline phosphatase. Social Biology 22(3):221-8. Gloria-Bottini, Fulvia Human Development, University of Rome Tor Vergata , Rome, Italy 1995 1992 E Bottini, F Gloria-Bottini, N Lucarini, A Scalamandre, P Borgiani, A Amante. Phosphoglucomutase genetic polymorphism and human fertility. Social Biology 39(3-4):246-56 Bouchard*, Prof. Thomas J Dir. 1993-99; Social Biology: Referee 1979, Book Review editor 1980 Important for IQ and twin research supported by Pioneer Fund (Vaupel and the biodemographic movement have twin numbers differing from those of Bouchard); U Minnesota: Psychology 1977, 2010 Emeritus 2010-11 and Director of the Minnesota Center for Twin and Adoption Research (201011) which conducted the Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart (MISTRA) from 1979-2000 1977 TJ Bouchard, MG McGee. Sex Differences in Human Spatial Ability: Not an X-linked Recessive Gene Effect. Social Biology 24, 4 Bourque, Linda Brookover 1974 School of Public Health, University of California, Los Angeles, California 1974 KD Bailey, LG Reeder, AA Allison, LB Bourque, D Hensler. Attitudes toward Population Growth: Demographic Predictors. Social Biology 21, 4:360-367 Boutros*, Susan N. Member 1974; Limestone, New York 1974 Boutwell, Brian B Graduate student, Florida State U, Criminology and Criminal Justice 2008-2009; writes with Kevin Beaver on genetics and crime 2009 Jamie Vaske, Jamie Newsome, Matthew Makarios, John Paul Wright, Brian B Boutwell, Kevin M Beaver. Interaction of 5HTTLPR and Marijuana Use on Property Offending. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1:93-102. Bouvier, Leon F Referee, Social Biology 1980 1922-2011; Old Dominion University, Sociology 2000-2011; Population Reference Bureau (v.p.); Brown U: Sociology, MA 1964, Dissertation: A genealogical approach to the study of French-Canadian fertility, 1650-1950, Advisor: Basil G Zimmer then PHD 1971 Sociology under Sidney Goldstein 1973 LF Bouvier. Changes in the use of oral contraceptives by Rhode Island women between 1967 and 1970. Social Biology 20(1):51-63. [and see Cooke, Sherry Allison M.A.: Sociology, 1971 Title: Characteristics of contraceptors : Married women in Rhode Island, 1967 Advisor: Zimmer, Basil G. Advisor: Weller, Robert From http://dl.lib.brown.edu/theses/ . Apparently she published a MA Thesis on this same topic although not mentioned in the paper]

Bowen, William M 2012 Urban Studies, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University 2012 Sunjoo Park, William M Bowen, Roberta Steinbacher. Social and Demographic Dimensions of Sex Selection Technologies: Review and Analysis of the Research Literature. Biodemography and Social Biology 58, 1 Abstract for Social and Demographic Dimensions of Sex Selection Technologies: Our results leave little doubt that individual choices and, in some instances, public policies have the potential to bring about significant social and demographic changes on local, national, and international levels.” From http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19485565.2012.672919 Boyden*, Mabel Gregg Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 Rutgers Univ. (Dept. of Zoology 1925-68) Boynton, John W 1970 Population Sciences, School of Public Health, Harvard University, Boston 1970 DM Heer, JW Boynton. A multivariate regression analysis of differences in fertility of United States counties. Social Biology 17: 180-194 Brace*, Prof. C. Loring Dir. 1974, 85-87, 1989 Trained at Harvard; U Michigan, Anthropology; taught Kenneth M Weiss* q.v. Bracher, Michael U Stockholm, Demography Unit, Senior Research Associate 1999; Australian Family Project, Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University, Canberra 1989 1989 Gigi Santow, Michael Bracher. Do gravidity and age affect pregnancy outcome? Social Biology 36: 9-22. Bracken PhD, MPH, Michael B Referee, Social Biology 1979 Yale University Medical School, Dept. Epidemiology and Public Health 2010, 1978, 1976, PhD 1974 1977 IC Cohen MB Bracken. Monthly variation in conceptions leading to induced abortion. Social Biology 24:245-250, 1977 1976 MB Bracken. Contraception and pregnancy after dropping out of family planning clinics: A national interview survey in Jamaica. Social Biology 23(1):55-65 Background: Founder of “evidence based medicine”, an important theme in Obamacare; also role of early childhood in later chronic disease; also GWA to find a genetic polymorphism underlying a disease “His 1984 textbook, Perinatal Epidemiology, defined the field of perinatal epidemiology, predicting the role of fetal and early childhood illness on later chronic disease. … Bracken was involved in the discoveries of CFH polymorphism for age–related macular degeneration, the first study to successfully use genome–wide association methodologies and HapMap to identify a disease polymorphism. Professor Bracken is a founder of the evidence–based medicine paradigm. He co– edited one of the first evidence–based texts, Effective Care of the Newborn Infant, forming the basis for the Cochrane Neonatal Review Group. In 2007, the British Medical Journal named the book one of the influential texts in evidence–based medicine” from http://medicine.yale.edu/ysph/people/michael_bracken-3.profile

Bradshaw, Prof. Benjamin Spencer U Texas, School Public Health 2009-2011: Health Disparities 2010-2011, Global Health 2010-2011; The University of Texas at Austin, Population Research Center, 1987-(2007) 2008 Benjamin S. Bradshaw, David W. Smith, Stephen Blanchard. Response to Noymer. Biodemography and Social Biology 54 (2) (and see 2008 Andrew Noymer. The 1918–19 influenza pandemic affected tuberculosis in the United States: Reconsidering Bradshaw, Smith, and Blanchard. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, (2):125–133 ) 2008 BS Bradshaw, DW Smith, KS Blanchard. A Cohort Study of Tuberculosis and Influenza Mortality in the Twentieth Century. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 2003 Benjamin Bradshaw, David P Smith. Reconciling heart disease mortality and ICD codes, Social Biology 50, 1-2 (grants from the National Institute of Child Health and Development (NICHD/NIH) HD22491 supported research underlying this report) 1997 Benjamin S. Bradshaw, David P. Smith. The decline of tuberculosis mortality in an urban Mexican origin population, 1935-84. Social Biology 44:25-41. 1995 Benjamin S Bradshaw, Kenneth S Blanchard, George H Thompson. Emergence of diabetes mellitus in a Mexican Origin Population: A multiple cause of death analysis. Social Biology 42:36-49. Brambila Paz, Carlos [or Brambila C Paz or PC Brambila or CP Brambila or CB Paz] 2001 Mexico Office, Population Council, M xico, D.F 2001 C Brambila Paz, DP Lindstrom. Alternative theories of the relationship of schooling and work to family formation: Evidence from Mexico. Social Biology 53, 1-2 Brand*, Jean Member 1974 Braun DPH, Kathryn L Center on Aging, John A. Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii: 1997, 2001, 2009-2011 (Director 2001, 2009-2011) 1997 KL Braun, H Yang, AT Onaka, BY Horiuchi. Asian and Pacific Islander mortality differences in Hawaii. Social Biology 44(3-4):213-26 Brennan, Ellen R Referee, Social Biology 1980 1980 Anthropology, University of Texas, Austin; MA 1974, PhD 1979 Pennsylvania State, Anthropology, student of Bennett Dyke*, PhD Thesis: Kinship, Demographic, Social and Geographic Characteristics of Mate Choice in a Small Human Population. 1980 ER Brennan, Bennett Dyke*. Assortative mate choice and mating opportunity on Sanday, Orkney Islands. Social Biology 27(3):199-210, 1980 Bresler*, Jack B Dir. 1971 (Sept.), 1972 (March); Member 1974, 1976, 1986 Manuscript reviewer for Social Biology 1965-1972, 1975, 1976 Tufts University, Boston 1970; Boston University, Biology 1961 1970 JB Bresler. Outcrossings in Caucasians and fetal loss. Social Biology 17: 17-25. 1961 JB Bresler. "The relation of population fertility levels to ethnic group backgrounds," Eugenics Quarterly 8:12-22 [This investigation was supported by a research grant, B-2356, from the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, Public Health Service]

1961 JB Bresler, Frances E Dunn, Helen L Urquhart, Elmer R Smith. The Human Biology of Academic Potential: A Proposed Investigation. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 1 [This investigation was supported by a research grant, B-2356, from the National Institute of Neuro1ogical Diseases and Blindness, Public Health Service] Brewis, Prof. Alexandra (Brewis-Slade) Arizona State U-Tempe, School of Human Evolution and Social Change 2009-2011 (Executive Director 2010-2011); Anthropology, University of Georgia 2002; Anthropology, University of Auckland, New Zealand 1993, 1994, 1996 2002 AA Brewis. Social and biological measures of hyperactivity and inattention: Are they measuring the same underlying constructs of child behavior? Social Biology 49, 1-2, 99-115 [Funded by National Science Foundation and Wenner Gren Foundation] 1996 JH Underwood, Brewis AA. Coital rates, sex-selective infanticide, and sex ratios at birth: a reply to James. Social Biology 43(1-2):134-5. 1994 AA Brewis, JH Underwood. Sex ratios at birth in Micronesia: reply to James. Social Biology 41(34):280-2 1993 AA Brewis. Sex ratios at birth in a Micronesian atoll population. Social Biology 40:207-14. Bribiescas, Richard “Ecology of the Male Life Course”, Castle of Rauischholzhausen 2006 Anthropology, Yale U 2006-2011 2006 Hormones as life history regulatory mechanisms in human males. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication and Social Biology 53, 2 does not exist on paper or in libraries though it has a shadowy existence on CV’s on the web. Briceno, Prof. Asdrubal 1997 Department de Biologia de Organismos, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Venezuela 1997 A Briceno, K Jaffe. Sex differences in occupational performance. Social Biology, 44: 198-204 Brigham*, Dr. Carl Campbell Member 1925, 1930; Advisory Council 1927-35; (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) IQ testing Bringle, Prof. Robert Gordon Indiana U, Psychology 1974-2011 University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Psychology 1974-1980 1980 RG Bringle, RM Antley. Elaboration of the definition of genetic counseling into a model for counselee decision making. Social Biology 27, 304-318. Brinkerhoff, Prof. Merlin B University of Calgary, Canada: Sociology 1973, 2011 (Emeritus 2011); Brigham Young U, Dept. Sociology, Utah 1969 1973 PR Kunz, MB Brinkerhoff, V Hundley. Relationship of Income and Childlessness. Social Biology 20, 2: 139-142 Brissenden*, Jane

Member (Foreign) 1974; Ottawa, Canada 1974 Brittain, Anne W 1990, 1991 2010-11 Anthropology, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida; MA 1973 Pennsylvania State U, Anthropology, student of PT Baker*, MA Thesis: Marriage Distance on St. Bart. 1991 AW Brittain. Can women remember how many children they have borne? Data from the East Caribbean. Social Biology 38(3-4):219-32. 1991 AW Brittain. Anticipated Child Loss to Migration and Sustained High Fertility in an East Caribbean Population. Social Biology 38(1-2) 94-112 Britton, Sharon 1974 Psychiatry and Anatomy, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 1974 A Falek, S Britton. Phases in Coping: The Hypothesis and Its Implications. Social Biology 21, 1 Brockerhoff, Martin 1994, 2000 Population Council, Research Associate; Population Council, PDR 1994 M Brockerhoff, X. Yang. Impact of migration on fertility in sub-Saharan Africa. Social Biology 41(1–2): 19–43. Brooks*, Howard L. Member 1956; Glen Ridge, New Jersey 1956 Brooks*, Prof. Sheilagh (or Shelagh) Member 1974, 1976, 1989 d. 2008; Prof. of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas 1969-2008 (Emeritus) Brosseau* Jr., George E. Member 1974 1931-2008; National Science Foundation 1974-1995 “* At the NSF George Brosseau] identified societal problems that merited federal research support, including scientific research related to aging, consumer affairs and learning disabilities.” From Obit Washington Post Feb. 18, 2008 Broudy, David W 1979, 1983 Health Planning Evaluation and Analysis Branch, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico 1983 DW Broudy, PA May. Demographic and Epidemiologic Transition among the Navajo Indians. Social Biology 30(1): 1-16 Brown, Franklin 1986 Department of Natural Science, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 1986 B Cathey, F Brown. Attitudes toward and knowledge of sociobiology among college science professors. Social Biology 33(1-2):148-52. Brown*, James Scott Social Biology Managing editor 1999-2001; Book Review Editor, Social Biology 2000-2001 Scripps Gerontology Center, Miami U 2005-2011; NIA Postdoctoral Fellow, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002-2005; Duke U, Sociology, PhD 2002

Brown*, Kenneth S. Member 1974 ASHG, Member 1954; Chicago 1954; Potomac, Maryland 1974 Brown*, Mrs. Newell Member 1956 daughter of Frederick Osborn q.v. Brown*, Royal L. Member 1974; Riverside, California 1974 Brown PhD, Ryan Andrew Ecology of the Male Life Course, Castle Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 2006 RAND, Behavioral & Social Scientist 2011; Northwestern U: School of Education and Social Policy, Human Development and Social Policy 2010 and Institute of Policy Research, Cells to Society, Laboratory for Culture and Health 2008(Director 2008); Great Smoky Mountains Study 2000-(2008); PhD Emory U 2008 2006 “Historical and life course timing of the male mortality disadvantage in Europe: Epidemiologic transitions, evolution, and behavior”, w/ Margaret M Weden, Social Biology, v. 53, 1-2 [from Social Biology website but note alternate journal title: “2007 Weden M, Brown RA. “Historical and life course timing of the male mortality disadvantage in Europe: Epidemiological transitions, evolution, and behavior. Biodemography and Social Biology, In press” (Previous versions presented at the Seminar on the Ecology of the Male Life Course, Castle Rauischholzhausen, Germany, Oct. 2006) Background: Biomarkers in Social Science Studies “Brown is creating a mobile psychophysiology laboratory that will record emotional, biological, and behavioral responses to social stimuli in home settings for population studies. Brown will explore how culture and socialization determine emotional responses to social situations, and, in turn, how variation in emotional responses leads to differences in health outcomes.” From http://www.northwestern.edu/ipr/publications/2008YIR.pdf [and see “The Embodiment of Race: Health Disparities in the Age of Epigenetics” by Christopher Kuzawa and Elizabeth Sweet] Brownson* MD, Dr. Bradley Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 San Mateo Clinic, San Mateo, California 1956 Bruckner, Tim Allen Reviewer, Biodemography and Social Biology 2012 2012 U California, Irvine, Public Health [2010 T Bruckner et al. Selection in utero: A biological response to mass layoffs. American Journal of Human Biology 22(3):396-400 2007 T Bruckner, R Catalano. The secondary sex ratio and age-specific male mortality: evidence for culling in utero. American Journal of Human Biology 19(6):763-73] Bruell*, Prof. Jan Member 1974 Dir. 1985-87

1920-1997; Spent time in Nazi concentration camps but still supported eugenics Brues*, Prof. Alice M. Member 1974 ASHG, Member 1954 1913-2007; Univ. Colorado, Boulder (Prof. Anthropology 1965-(1984); “race formation” Background: “People keep having babies because babies are cute, which was OK when populations were small and death rates high," Dr. Brues wrote in a 1995 letter to the Daily Camera. "If people would stop to consider that the cute baby of today might, a dozen years from now, become a stupid spoiled teenager who thinks the world owes him 'fun,' they might make with the birth control and put a much needed dent in the population explosion." From Obit in Rocky Mountain News http://m.rockymountainnews.com/news/2007/Feb/03/dr-alice-brues-spent-19-years-at-cu-asforensic/

Bruins, J. W. Member (Foreign) 1956; 1956 Nederlands Anthropogenetische Vereniging, Deventer, Netherlands Brumbach PhD, Barbara Hagenah U Northern Arizona, Psychology 2009; U Arizona-Tucson, Psychology, Evolutionary Psychology and Research Methods/Statistics, PhD 2006, Dissertation: Effects of harsh and unpredictable environments in adolescence on development of life history strategies: A longitudinal test of an evolutionary model, Advisor: AJ Figueredo q.v. Promoting JP Rushton’s theory 2004 Aurelio Jose Figueredo, Stephanie MR Schneider, Geneva Vásquez, Barbara Brumbach. The Heritability of Life History Strategy: The K-Factor, Covitality, and Personality. Social Biology, v. 51, 3-4 and see 2007 Aurelio José Figueredo q.v., Geneva Vásquez q.v., Stephanie MR Schneider q.v, Barbara Brumbach. The K-Factor, Covitality and Personality: A Psychometric Test of Life History. Human Nature 18, No. 1, pp. 47–73. Abstract: “Archival data from the MIDUS survey (Brim et al., 2000), a nationally representative sample, on 309 MZ and 333 DZ twin pairs aged 25-74 years were used to test the psychometrics and behavioral genetics of life history strategy. We organized 253 of the originally administered 2,000 questions into 30 scales measuring life history traits (e.g., quality of family relationships and altruism towards kin), medical symptoms (e.g., thyroid problems), personality traits (e.g., neuroticism, extraversion, conscientiousness), and social background (e.g., financial security). A single higher-order factor, indicating a general life history strategy, composed of three lower-order factors, was replicated. Factor analyses were then performed on the genetic variance-covariance matrices. We found that (a) a single higher-order factor explained the preponderance of the genetic correlations among the scales and (b) this higher-order factor was itself 68 percent heritable and accounted for 82 percent of the genetic variance among the three component lower-order factors.” Background: JP Rushton, a scientific racist and the current President of The Pioneer Fund has a theory relating IQ scores and genetics and relating both to number of children. Rushton thinks that low IQ scores among those of African culture indicate an inherited IQ deficit and also that high numbers of children born to those of African culture indicate another and related inherited deficit. The article above is supporting Rushton’s racist theory

Bruno*, Mrs. Virginia Field Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 Brush*, Mrs. Dorothy H. Dir. 1956-63 1894-1969; International Planned Parenthood Federation: Editor, Around the World News of Population and Birth Control 1952-56 (the International Planned Parenthood Federation's newsletter) Chmn., Brush Foundation for Race Betterment 1957-63 Buchanan, Anne V Pennsylvania State U, Dept. Anthropology 1983-2011 1991 Anne Buchanan, Kenneth M. Weiss*. Infant Mortality in a Mexican-American Community: Laredo, Texas, 1950-1977. Social Biology 38, 3-4: 223-241. Buchmann, Claudia Manuscript Reviewer, Social Biology Ohio State U, Sociology 2004-(2010); Duke U, Sociology 1996-2004 Bueche, Nancy 1979 Graduate student at Utah State U 1978 GR Adams, N Bueche, JD Schvaneveldt. Contemporary views of euthanasia: A regional assessment, Social Biology 25:548-560 Bull RN MPH, Loretta Bad Heart Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service, PHS Indian Hospital, Rapid City, South Dakota 1999 1998 Thomas K. Welty, Valborg L. Kvigne, Loretta Bad Heart Bull, Gary R. Leonardson, Loralei Lacina. Relationship of prenatal alcohol use with maternal and prenatal factors in American Indian women. Social Biology 45(3-4):214-22 Bumpass, Prof. Larry Referee, Social Biology 1975-78 Population Association of America, President 1990 U Wisconsin-Madison, Center for Demography and Ecology 1977, 2009-2011 (Emeritus) and Center for Demography of Health and Aging 2009 and Sociology 1970, Emeritus 2009-2011; Princeton University 1969 Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Population Council, PDR 1977 L Bumpass, EK Mburugu. Age at Marriage and Completed Family Size. Social Biology 24(1):31-36. 1970 L Bumpass. The trend of interfaith marriage in the United States. Social Biology 17 1970 C F Westoff*, L Bumpass, N B Ryder. Letter: Comment on "The probability of conception after discontinuance of oral contraception," by Wolfers, Social Biology 17(1):60-1 1969 CF Westoff*, L Bumpass, NB Ryder. Oral contraception, coital frequency, and the time required to conceive. Social Biology 17(1):1-10 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2004 Larry L Bumpass, James M Raymo, Miho Iwasawa. Marital Dissolution in Japan: Recent Trends and Patterns. Demographic Research 11, 14

2003 Larry Bumpass, R Kelly Raley. The topography of the divorce plateau: Levels and trends in union stability in the United States after 1980. Demographic Research 8, 8 Burch*, Guy Irving Sec. 1931-34; Director 1931-32, 1935-46; Member 1930 Founder (1926)/Director, Population Reference Bureau 1946 "The Past and Future Growth of World Population-- A Long Range View" from the Population Bulletin #1 of the Population Reference Bureau, published by United Nations, Department of Social Affairs, Population Division (This article profoundly influenced post war population discussions. Note that it is “covered” as a UN document.) Background: "I have long worked .... to prevent the American people from being replaced by alien or Negro stock, whether it be by immigration or by overly high birth rates among others in this country" Guy Irving Burch in The Legacy of Malthus, Chase, p. 367 (Ginsburg) Burch, Karli Halling 2000 Sociology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 2000 Zheng Wu, Jean Veevers, Randy Hart, Karli Halling Burch. Age-heterogamy and Canadian unions. Social Biology 47, 3-4 Burch, Prof. Thomas K University of Western Ontario, Population Studies Centre 1996, 2010-11 and Sociology 1990, Emeritus 2009-2010; U Victoria 2009-2011 (Adjunct) U Washington, Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology 2009 PhD Princeton 1962 Social Science Department, Loyola College, Baltimore 1955 Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Population Council, PDR 2006 Z Ravanera, Fernando Rajulton, Thomas K Burch. Men's life course trajectories: Exploring the differences by cohort and social class. Social Biology 53, 3-4 1955 Thomas K Burch. Induced abortion in Japan under eugenic protection law of 1948. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 3 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2003 Thomas K. Burch. Demography in a new key: A theory of population theory. Demographic Research 9, 11 Burchinal, Lee G DHEW 1964 1962 LE Chancellor, LG Burchinal. Relations among inter-religious marriages, migratory marriages and civil weddings in Iowa. Eugenics Quarterly 9:75-83. Burden, William A. M. Director 1950-61; Member 1974 See family memoir, Dead End Gene Pool by Wendy Burden(2010) Burdick*, C. Lalor Member 1974 1974 Lalor Foundation, Wilmington, Delaware

1973 Lalor Foundation research fellowship program for 1974. Social Biology v 20, 2 (Communication) Burger*, Erman W. Member 1956, 1974; Syosset, NY 1974 Burgard PhD, Sarah Occasional Referee, Social Biology Population Studies Center, U Michigan 2009-2011 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5R03HD057268-02 Burgard, Sarah A. University of Michigan Ann Arbor Negative Working Conditions and Health across the Career Burgess, Prof. Ernest W. Dir. 1946-58 1886-1966 Burkhauser, Prof. Richard Valentine Cornell U: College of Human Ecology, Policy Analysis and Management 1998-(2011); Syracuse; Vanderbilt; Peace Corps 1970-72; President, Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management 2010 2009 RV Burkhauser, John Cawley. Adding Biomeasures Relating to Fatness and Obesity to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 2, 118-139 Abstract: The pace of research on the causes and consequences of obesity has increased dramatically since the late 1990s. However, a great chasm exists between the high-quality measurements of fatness used in the medical literature and the mostly self-reported height and weight data found in social science surveys. This article discusses the scientific value of including more accurate measures of fatness in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID). It describes why fatness and obesity are of interest to PSID users, the concepts they measure, the strengths and weaknesses of alternative biomeasures for these concepts, the value added of including each in the PSID, and their synergies with the PSID structure. Although no single measure of fatness is ideal for every situation, given scarce PSID resources we recommend adding waist circumference, percentage of body fat, total body fat, and fat free mass through a method such as bioelectrical impedance analysis, as well as determining genetic predisposition to obesity. Background: “My research focuses on how public policies affect the economic behavior and well-being of vulnerable populations, e.g., older persons, people with disabilities, and low-income households.” Burr, Prof. David B 2001 Indiana University School of Medicine; 1977 PhD Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder 1978 DB Burr, A Rohr. Patterns of psycholinguistic development in the severely mentally retarded: a hypothesis. Social Biology 25(1):15-22 Burr, Prof. Jeffrey Alan Dept. Gerontology, U Massachusetts-Boston 2011; Sociology, SUNY, Buffalo 1997; U Texas-Austin, Sociology and Population Research Center 1987

1997 Frank D Bean, Jeffrey A Burr. Racial Fertility Differences: The Role of Female Employment and Education in Wanted and Unwanted Childbearing. Social Biology 43: 218-241 Burry MD, V Fred 1976 Genetic Counseling Center and The Cystic Fibrosis Clinic, The Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri 1976 ML Begleiter, VF Burry, DJ Harris. The Prevalence of Divorce among Families of Children with Cystic Fibrosis. Social Biology 23:260-264. Busi, Bhaskara R England and India 1992, 1988 Anthropology, Andhra University, Andhra Pradesh, India 1992 GR Rajeswari, BR Busi, JS Murty, VV Rao, S Narahari. Selection intensities and consanguinity in the Yadava and Vadabalija of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 39 (3-4):316-9 1988 BD Rao, BR Busi. Inbreeding among endogamous groups in three multicaste villages of Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 35: 331-336 Butler, Prof. Edgar W U California-Riverside, Sociology 1988, 2009 Emeritus 2009-2011 1998 JB Pick, EW Butler. Demographic, social, and economic effects on Mexican causes of death in 1990. Social Biology 45(3-4):151-71 1993 JB Pick, Edgar W. Butler, Raul G. Ramirez. Projection of the Mexican National Labor Force, 19802005. Social Biology 40, pp. 161-190 1989 JB Pick, Glenda L Tellis, Edgar W Butler. Fertility Determinants in the Oil Region of Mexico. Social Biology 36 (No. 1-2:45-66) 1988 JB Pick, Edgar W Butler, Suhas Pavgi. Socioeconomic Determinants of Fertility: Selected Mexican Regions, 1976-1977. Social Biology 35, 1-2: 137-157. Butzel*, Prof. Henry M. Member 1974 ASHG, Member 1954 Biochemical Genetics, Union College, Schenectady, New York 1954, 1974 Buxton*, Prof. Dr. C. Lee Member 1956; Director 1958-66 The doctor arrested in the case Griswold v. Connecticut (Ginsburg) "In June 1961 the Planned Parenthood League of Connecticut decided to challenge their state anti birth control law in the Supreme Court, which declined to give a ruling ... The Planned Parenthood League of Connecticut therefore went ahead and opened a clinic, which they operated for ten days ... it was closed by the police ... The Executive Director of the League and its Medical Adviser, who is Chief of Obstetrics and Surgery at Yale University was arrested; on 2nd January 1962, Dr. Buxton and Mrs. Griswold were found guilty ... An appeal has been filed to the Higher State Courts. The issues involved in the case are of world importance to the family planning movement", from Annual Report, International Planned Parenthood Federation 1959-61. p. 13 For Buxton’s motivation see: 1966 "The doctor’s responsibility in population control", Northwest Medicine, v. 65(2):112 ff, February

Byles, RH UCLA, Biological Anthropology 1981; Sociology and Anthropology, Ohio University, Athens 1972 1972 RH Byles. Limiting Conditions for the Operation of the Probable Mutation Effect. Social Biology 19:29-34 Byrn*, Darcie Member 1956; State College, Pennsylvania 1956 Cabrera, Santander 2002 U Madrid, Political Science and Sociology (Human Ecology and Population) 2002 Santander Cabrera, Vicente Fuster. Energy and sociality in human populations. Social Biology 49 (1-2):1-12. Cadien*, James D. Member 1974, 1976 Univ. Arizona, Tucson, Anthropology 1969-(1976) Cain, Virginia Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed NICHD/NIH, Sociologist 2009 OBSSR: 1997, 2003-2005, Acting Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) 2003-2005 (post also held by Christine Bachrach*); PhD 1986 “Changing Fertility Expectations of American Youth”, Dissertation, University of Maryland Caldwell*, Prof. John C. Member (Foreign) 1974; Australia b. 1928 Australian National University: Demography 1964-1996 Emeritus 1996-2011 and Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute (Health Transition Center, Director 1989-1998); Population Council, Population and Development Review, advisory committee 2011; Population Controller JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1976 JC Caldwell, P Caldwell. Demographic and contraceptive innovators: a study of transitional African society. Journal of Biosocial Science 8(4):347-65. Background: Low Fertility Predicted Abstract “Based on a review of the literature on demographic transition theory and documentation of preconditions to transition in Africa, the hypothesis is set forth that, excluding the transitional society, there are two kinds of situations: one in which it is economically advantageous to maximize the number of children; and one in which it is economically advantageous to minimize the number. Arguing that child-bearing patterns in both kinds of societies are based on rational decisions, Caldwell concludes that, in the course of the coming century, fertility will almost certainly fall to low levels in most societies--even where economic growth has been slow and per capita incomes remain low-because of the massive social change leading to the nucleated family structure found in the West”. From: Towards a Restatement of Demographic Transition Theory. John C Caldwell 1976 Population and Development Review, Population Council.

Callahan*, Daniel Dir. 1987-92 Faux-Catholic; Editor, Commonweal; co-founder, Hastings Center 1969, President 1969-1996, Emeritus 2011; The Catholic Case for Contraception ( This should have been titled: A Former Catholic Makes the Eugenic Case for Contraception) "The appearance of the pill had another quite dramatic effect on the population debate in that its nature and the possibility of its acceptance as a licit method so divided the Catholic Church that there was never again to be a politically important Catholic opposition to the use of technical aid funds to support either biomedical research into human reproduction or Third World family planning programs. Later in 1964 the Vatican Commission began its inquiry into oral contraception that was to last two years" from Limiting Population Growth and the Ford Foundation, John Caldwell (q.v.). 1986, p. 78; note that, Callahan’s dissent from Catholicism was forwarding, consciously, a secret eugenic agenda. Commonweal, no doubt, is still proud of its dissent - which also forwarded the eugenic agenda - though Commonweal, of course, was only Callahan’s dupe. Camp* Jr., Colonel Frank R. Member 1968, 1974 1974 Louisville Blood Bank Center, American Red Cross, Louisville, Kentucky Campbell*, Arthur A Member 1964; Social Biology referee 1975-77 National Center for Health Statistics, DHEW 1965 Population Association of America, President, 1973-74 Population Council, PDR 1975 AA Campbell. Note on "Factors in the incidence of childlessness in Canada: an analysis of census data," by JE Veevers. Social Biology 20(3):350. 1965 AA Campbell. Fertility and Family Planning Among Nonwhite Married Couples in the United States. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 3 (work done at Scripps Foundation) Campbell PhD, Benjamin C 2006-2011 Anthropology, U Wisconsin-Milwaukee; 1993 Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina 2006 Benjamin C Campbell, Paul W Leslie*, KL Campbell. Age-Related Patterns of Urinary Gonadotropins (FSH and LH) and E-3-G as Measures of Reproductive Function among Turkana males of Northern Kenya. Social Biology 53, 1-2 (funded by National Science Foundation (NSF) grant DBS 9207837 and DBS 92-07891 and presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” 2006) 1993 JR Udry*, Carolyn Halpern, Chirayath Suchindran, BC Campbell. Relationships between aggression and pubertal increases in testosterone: A panel analysis of adolescent males. Social Biology, 40, 8-24 Campbell, Prof. Cameron Reviewer, Social Biology UCLA: 1996-2012: Sociology 1996-2012 and Associate Director, California Center for Population Research 2006- June 2011 (NICHD sponsored); Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH: 2012 Cameron Campbell, Martin Dribe, Jan Van Bavel. Social Mobility and Demographic Behaviour: Long Term Perspectives. Demographic Research 26,8

Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5T32HD007545-10 Campbell, Cameron Dougall University of California - Los Angeles California Center for Population Training Program Campbell, Elaine 1983 Social Studies, The Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland 1983 Becoming Voluntarily Childless: An Exploratory Study in a Scottish City. Social Biology 30, 3: 307317 Campbell, Prof. Kenneth L Biology, U Massachusetts-Boston 1998-2011 2006 Benjamin C Campbell, Paul W Leslie*, KL Campbell. Age-Related Patterns of Urinary Gonadotropins (FSH and LH) and E-3-G as Measures of Reproductive Function among Turkana males of Northern Kenya. Social Biology 53, 1-2 (funded by National Science Foundation ( NSF) grant DBS 9207837 and DBS 92-07891 and presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” 2006) JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1985 JW Wood, PL Johnson, KL Campbell. Demographic and endocrinological aspects of low natural fertility in Highland New Guinea. Journal of Biosocial Science 17(1):57-79 Campusano, Carlos Departamento de Biología, Universidad de Chile, Valparaiso, Chile 1971, 1977 1978 B Lazo, C Campusano, H Figueroa, J Pinto-Cisternas, E Zambra. Inbreeding and immigration in urban and rural zones of Chile, with an endogamy index. Social Biology 25(3):228-34, 1978 1977 J Pinto-Cisternas, B Lazo, C Campusano, S Ballesteros. Some determinants of mating structure in a rural zone of Chile, 1810-1959. Social Biology 24(3):234-44 1971 J Pinto-Cisternas, C Salinas, C Campusano, H Figueroa, B Lazo. Preliminary migration data on a population of Valparaíso, Chile. Social Biology 18(3):305-10 1970 B Lazo, H Figueroa, C Salinas, C Campusano, J Pinto-Cisternas. Consanguinity in the province of Valparaiso, Chile, 1917-1966. Social Biology 17 167-179 Card PhD, Josefina Jayme 1978 American Institutes for Research, Palo Alto, California 1978 The correspondence of data gathered from husband and wife: implications for family planning studies. Social Biology 25(3):196-204 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5R44HD055167-04 Card, Josefina Jayme Sociometrics Corporation Aces: Abstinence And Contraception Education Storehouse Carpentier*, Peter Julius Foreign Member 1974; Berchem, Belgium 1974 Carey*, Prof. James Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, Vice President 2009-2011 2009-2011 U California-Davis, Dept. Entomology

Leader, The Biodemographic Determinants of Life Span (2003-2014) is funded by the National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Aging, under PO1 program Grant Number PO1-AG022500 and others Population Council, PDR Duke University, Population, Policy & Aging Research Center 2009-2010 Berkeley, Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging 2009-2010 Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Odense Monographs on Population Aging Carlson, Gertrude 1987 Minneapolis Health Department, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1987 Ingrid Swenson, D Erickson, E Enlinger, S Swaney, G Carlson. Contraceptive Practices and Fertility Among South East Asian and Black and White Mother Attending a Maternal Infant Care Program. Social Biology 34, 47-56 Carneiro, Robert L 1972, 2010 Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History, New York City 1972 The devolution of evolution. Social Biology 19, 3: 248-258 Carnes PhD, Prof. Bruce A University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Population Institute 2011 and Geriatric Medicine, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine 2003-2010; Center on Aging, NORC/University of Chicago 2002 Population Council, PDR 2002 BA Carnes, L Gavrilov, NS Gavrilova, SJ Olshansky. Genealogical data and biodemography of human longevity. Social Biology 49, 3-4 Carnese, Francisco R 2004 Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Instituto de Ciencias Antropológicas, Sección Antropología Biológica, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2009 Enviado para su publicación a la revista FR Carnese, SA Avena, ML Parolin, C Dejean. Gene admixture estimation through genetic markers and demographic data in a sample from Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area. Biodemography and Social Biology Carpentier*, Peter Julius Member (Foreign) 1974; Belgium Carr, Barbara A Health Planning and Resources Development, Division of Health Improvement Services, Navajo Nation, Fort Defiance, Arizona 1978; University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston 1977 1978 B Carr, ES Lee. Navajo tribal mortality: A life table analysis of the leading causes of death. Social Biology 25, 4:279-287 Carter* MD, Dr. Bayard Member 1956 Carter, C 1977 Genetics, University of Hawaii, Honolulu 1977 IB Ibrahim, C Carter, D McLaughlin, MN Rashad. Ethnicity and suicide in Hawaii. Social Biology 24(1):10-6.

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1990 John B Casterline. Maternal age, gravidity, and pregnancy spacing effects on spontaneous fetal mortality. Social Biology 36(3-4): 186-212 Government Money 2010 NICHD 7R24HD058484-02 Casterline, John B Ohio State University Initiative in Population Research Castle, Prof. William E. 1867-1962; **American Consultative Committee 1912-21; (Member, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Advisory Council1923-29; Member 1930, 1946; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932); (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) Cathey, Ben 1986 Dept. Natural Science, Michigan State U, East Lansing 1986 B Cathey, F Brown. Attitudes toward and knowledge of sociobiology among college science professors. Social Biology 33(1-2):148-52. Cattell*, Prof. Raymond B Member 1956; English Eugenics Society Member 1936, 1937 1905-1998; “Scientific” racist; Pioneer Fund beneficiary; cited in The Bell Curve; worked in England and America (Univ. of Illinois-Urbana; 1983 Intelligence and National Achievement, Institute for the Study of Man ASHG, Member 1954 1974 RB Cattell. Differential fertility and normal selection for IQ: Some required conditions in their investigation. Social Biology 21, 2: 168–177. (Ginsburg) Mankind Quarterly 1994 The culture pressure factor and the culturo-genetic lag. Mankind Quarterly 35, 1-2 1992 Virtue in 'racism'? Mankind Quarterly 32, 3 1991 Some changes in social life in a community with a falling intelligence quotient. Mankind Quarterly 31, 4 1990 What 'Eugenics Revisited' needs. Mankind Quarterly 31, 1-2 English Eugenics Society member [1950-51, "The fate of national intelligence; test of a thirteen year old prediction", Eugenics Review, v. 42, p. 136 1944-45, "Intelligence and fertility: a plea for research", Eugenics Review, v. 36, p. 126 1937-38, "Some further relations between intelligence, fertility and socio- economic factors", Eugenics Review, v. 29, p. 171 1936-37 "Views on race and eugenics: propaganda or science?", Eugenics Review, v. 28, p. 335, (C) 1936-37, "Is our national intelligence declining?", Eugenics Review, v. 28., p.181] Cavalli-Sforza*, Luigi L Member 1974 Background:

1988 "Reconstruction of Human Evolution: Bringing Together Genetic, Archaeological and Linguistic Data", w/ A. Piazzi, P. Menozzi, and J. Mountain, Proc. National Academy of Science, August, v. 85 (16), p. 6002 The evidence for a link between genes and language and any radical conclusions drawn from that apparent evidence must be very carefully evaluated in light of Cavalli-Sforza’s eugenic society membership. His prestige and his achievements simply make this care more necessary. Background: Human Genome Diversity Project and LL Cavalli-Sforza The North American Regional Committee of the Human Genome Diversity Project is dominated by SSSB members and those who have written for the Society journal. North American Regional Committee members 2010: LL Cavalli-Sforza*, Mary Claire King*, Kenneth Kidd* [Society members]; Marcus Feldman, Henry Greely [wrote for the Society journal]; Georgia M Dunstan, John Moore, Russell Thornton, Catherine Twinn [see http://www.stanford.edu/group/morrinst/hgdp.html] b. 1922; Stanford U, Genetics 1971-(2010) Emeritus and Morrison Institute for Population and Resource Studies (Human Genome Diversity Project); University of Pavia, Genetics 1940-1970; Founder, genetic geography, Human Genome Diversity Project 1981 RA Price, KH Chen, LL Cavalli-Sforza, MW Feldman. Models of Spouse Influence and Their Application to Smoking-Behavior. Social Biology 28 (1-2): 14-29 1973 KK Kidd, LL Cavalli-Sforza. Analysis of Genetics of Schizophrenia, Social Biology 20 (3): 254-265 1964 Workshop Conference between Demographers and Geneticists, Princeton 1964 Cavan*, Marshall M. Member 1956; Cadwallader, Wickersham and Taft, Wall Street, New York City 1956 Cawley PhD, John Cornell U: Policy Analysis and Management 2010; PhD U Chicago 1999 Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), Programs on Health Economics and Health Care 2010 2009 RV Burkhauser, John Cawley. Adding Biomeasures Relating to Fatness and Obesity to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology 55: 2, 118-139 Cazes, Marie Helen INED, France 1981 MH Cazes, AM Jacquard. Mating structure in the Dogon population in the Tabi Massif. Social Biology 28: 281-292 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1984 MH Cazes, B Bonne-Tamir. Genetic evolution of the Samaritans. Journal of Biosocial Science 16(2):177-87. Centerwall MD, Willard R 1969 Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health, Loma Linda University Schools of Medicine and Public Health, California; Associated with JV Neel in the Amazon. See the controversy over Darkness in El Dorado 1969 WR Centerwall, G Savarinathan, LR Mohan, V Booshanam, M Zachariah. Inbreeding patterns in rural South India. Social Biology 16:2a

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health to social/environmental factors that contribute to respiratory health to the long-term social and economic consequences of respiratory health problems. Currently, such data are lacking. Given the potential payoffs in scientific knowledge, adding these measures to population-based surveys merits serious consideration. “African Americans have a higher prevalence rate of asthma,… how trajectories of respiratory health vary over time across different race and ethnic groups. Researchers could also examine the extent to which genetic factors, as opposed to neighborhood environment, family SES, or health behaviors, contribute to the ethnic differences in respiratory health problems. Background: In this study, we will also test molecular

pathways for how early childhood SES gets

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We hypothesize that exposure to low SES during the first years of life, when patterns of immune responsivity are being established, can become embedded permanently through epigenetic modifications. Epigenetics refers to acquired changes in the activity of genes, which can persist over the lifespan, and are not the result of changes in DNA sequence. They involve biochemical modifications to the nucleotides that comprise DNA, or to histone proteins that package DNA within chromosomes. We hypothesize that these modifications will facilitate activation of the genomic control pathways that orchestrate inflammation, and at the same time facilitate repression of the signaling cascades that normally function to counter-regulate it. Government Money 1. Co-Investigator with Gregory Miller, National Institutes of Health (NIH) (R01 HD058502), “Biological embedding of early-life SES, 2008-2013. [R01HD058502-02; Gregory Evan Miller, University of British Columbia, 01-Dec-09:01-Dec-08 -30-Nov-13 Canada ; his is co-director of the Psychobiological Determinants of Health Laboratory with Edith Chen and his training pattern exactly matches hers.] 2. Principal Investigator, National Institutes of Health (R01 HL073975), “Socioeconomic status & asthma biological markers,” 2005-2010. Chen, Kuang–Ho 1979, 1982 Genetics, Stanford University School of Medicine 1981 RA Price, KH Chen, LL Cavalli-Sforza*, MW Feldman. Models of Spouse Influence and Their Application to Smoking-Behavior. Social Biology 28 (1-2): 14-29 Chen, RH 1974 International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction, Columbia University, New York City 1974 RH Chen, SM Wishik, Susan Scrimshaw*. Effects of Unstable Sexual Unions on Fertility in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Social Biology 21:353-359 Background: The International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction was founded by Dr. HC Taylor and officially ran from 1965-68. Taylor worked from 1953 on to get it going. Cheng, Chaoze 1990 China and University of Western Ontario 1992 C Cheng, Rajulton Fernando. Determinants of fertility decline in China 1981: an analysis of intermediate variables. Social Biology, 39: 15-26

Chevan, Prof. Albert U Massachusetts-Amherst, Sociology, Emeritus 2009-2011 1977 AT Onaka, D Yaukey, A Chevan. Reproductive Time Lost Through Marital Dissolution in Metropolitan Latin America. Social Biology, 24 Chimere-Dan, O University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa: demography, Department of Sociology 1996 and director, Population Research Programme 1996 1990 O Chimere-Dan. Proximate determinants of fertility in Nigeria. Social Biology 37(3-4):162-71 Cho*, Dr. Lee-Jay Member 1974 East-West Center, Population Institute, Emeritus 2009, 2011,(former executive vice-president and president pro tem, former director East-West Center Population Institute); PhD Sociology, University Chicago; advisor to the governments of Malaya and Korea on population [1980 "Estimation of recent trends in fertility and mortality in the Republic of Korea", w/ A J Coale*, Noreen Goldman*, National Academy of Sciences, Report of Committee on Population and Demography] Cho, Wan Kyoo 1967 Zoology, Seoul National University, Seoul 1967 YS Kang, SW Lee, S Park, WK Cho. Color blindness among Korean students. Eugenics Quarterly 14(4):271-3 1959 YS Kang, WK Cho. The Sex Ratio at Birth of the Korean Population. Eugenics Quarterly 6: 187-195 Cho, Young-Tae School of Public Health, Seoul National University, Korea 2010 2001 R Hummer*, YT Cho. Disability Status Differentials across Fifteen Asian and Pacific Islander Groups and the Effect of Nativity and Duration of Residence in the US. Social Biology 48, 3-4 Choe, Minja Kim East-West Center, Population and Health, (formerly Population Institute) 1989, 2009 Senior Fellow 2009-2011 Population Council, PDR 1995 Minja Kim Choe, H Hao, F Wang. The effects of gender, birth order, and other correlates on child survival in China. Social Biology 42(1–2). 1987 Minja Kim Choe. Sex differentials in infant and child mortality in Korea. Social Biology 34(1–2) East West Center – 2010 from 2010 report

Government Money: 2011 NICHD 5R01HD042474-07 Choe, Minja K East-West Center Innovations in Early Life Course Transitions 2010 NICHD 5R01HD042474-06 Choe, Minja K East-West Center Innovations in Early Life Course Transitions Chowdhury, Alauddin 1986 Community Service Research Working Group, International Center for Diarrheal Disease Research, Mahakhali, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1986 Andrew Foster, A Chowdhury, J Menken*, J Trussell. Female Reproductive Development: A Hazard Model Analysis. Social Biology 33(3-4):183-98 Chowdhury, A. I. 1989 International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1989 AI Chowdhury, James F Phillips. Analysis of motivation to contraceptive use applying the weighting procedure. Social Biology 36(3-4): 279-283. Chowdhury, AKM Alauddin 1977 Cholera Research Laboratory, Dacca, Bangladesh 1977 AKMA Chowdhury, SL Huffman, GT Curlin. Malnutrition, Menarche, and Marriage in Rural Bangladesh. Social Biology 24: 316 Chowdhury, AKM Alauddin 1972 Cholera Research Laboratory, Dacca, Bangladesh 1972 J Stoeckel, AKMA Chowdhury, WH Mosley. The Effect of Fecundity on Fertility in Rural East Pakistan. Social Biology 19:193-201 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1972 J Stoeckel, AKMA Chowdhury. Seasonal variation in births in rural East Pakistan. Journal of Biosocial Science 4:107-116 Chowdhury*, Rafiquel Hudna (or Chaudhury or Choudhury) Member (Foreign) 1974; Bangladesh Population Council, PDR Bangladesh Inst. of Development Studies 1984 RH Choudhury. The influence of female education, labor force participation, and age at marriage on fertility behavior in Bangladesh. Social Biology 31: 59-73 1972 Socioeconomic and Seasonal Variation in Births: a replication. Report in Social Biology 19, 1 1971 Differential Fertility by Religious Groups in East Pakistan. Report in Eugenics Quarterly 18, 2 Background: The article below (which refers to the work of RH Chowdhury) shows how important demographers can be in assessing the reality of alleged threats from expanding populations. RHC suggests that no

such threat exists in India from the Moslems, an assessment which is a force for peace. Another conclusion would be a force for unrest as the article clearly shows. COVER STORY Frontline magazine Myths and reality ASHA KRISHNAKUMAR The changing demographic patterns of the Muslim population ought to be studied in the context of their poor socio-economic conditions.
G.R.N. SOMASEKAR

The socio-economic conditions of a majority of Muslims are worse than those of Hindus: Some 59 per cent of Muslim women have not attended school; 60 per cent were married by the age of 17 and hardly 14 per cent registered work participation. A CONSTANT refrain of the Sangh Parivar outfits has been that the population of Muslims is growing at a much higher rate than that of Hindus and that this would eventually pose a threat to the latter's majority status. This charade is being played out yet again, with the release of the First Report on Religion by the Census of India, 2001, which presented a distorted picture of the growth rates of population across religious groups without making adjustments for the non-inclusion of data on Jammu and Kashmir in the 1991 Census and of Assam in the 1981 Census. The picture changed dramatically when adjustments were made to make the data comparable across the years. Contrary to the initial figures, which showed an accelerated growth rate (36 per cent) in the Muslim population between 1991 and 2001, the adjusted data showed that there had, in fact, been a deceleration from 32.9 per cent in 1981-91 to 29.3 per cent in 1991-2001. More significantly, the deceleration was the highest among Muslims compared to any other religious group. Census officials also point to the fact that the Hindu population has, in fact, not fallen as is made out because many communities earlier classified as Hindu - Jains, Sarnas and Lingayats - have been recognised independently in the latest counting. Also some population groups such as tribal people, hitherto counted as Hindu, are now registered as "other religions". In fact, officials point out that the population of "other religions", under which category several sections that have broken away from the Hindu fold are grouped, has recorded a 103 per cent increase from the last Census. Yet the Sangh Parivar does not want to see the new reality but continues to claim that "the situation is alarming as the Muslim community is conspiring to convert Hindu Rajya into a Muslim country"; that "the situation is of grave concern"; that "in order to appease the Muslims, they are allowed to marry many times, a practise now disallowed even in Muslim countries"; and that "the Hindu population is on the decline owing to religious conversion and family planning while the Muslim population is rising at a demonic pace because of infiltration and because they are encouraged by their leaders to have several children". WHAT do the data reveal? According to the adjusted figures (excluding Assam and Jammu and Kashmir to make the data comparable), Hindus account for 81.4 per cent and Muslims 12.4 per cent of the total population. If Hindus formed 82.3 per cent of the rural and 75.6 per cent of the urban population, the figures for Muslims were 12 per cent and 17.3 per cent. Of the total Hindu population, 74 per cent lives in the rural areas and 26 per cent in the urban areas; the corresponding figures for Muslims are 64 per cent and 36 per cent respectively. Muslims are thus concentrated in the urban areas. The decadal rise (1991-2001) in population is 20 per cent for Hindus and 29.3 per cent for Muslims. But the growth rate is decelerating, much faster for Muslims (by 3.6 percentage points since 1981-91) than for Hindus (2.8 percentage points). This is in line with the accepted demography theory that population growth will fall with development and ultimately stagnate. Given these figures, there is not the remotest possibility of Muslims becoming the majority community in India in the foreseeable future. In fact, the earliest that Muslims can outnumber Hindus is three centuries from now and that too if the two communities continue to grow at the same rate as in 1991-

2001. In the near term, say, the next three decades, Muslims will account for no more than 14 per cent of India's population. Even the projections for three centuries are mathematical, not realistic. For, it is nothing short of the ridiculous to assume that Hindus and Muslims will keep growing at the same rate as in 1991-2001. In that eventuality, the country's population would be roughly 5,000 times today's numbers. According to standard demography theory, the birth rate will decline and the population growth will eventually stop. Demographers estimate that India will reach this situation in the first half of this next century; even at that time, Muslims will account for around 14 per cent of the population. This is only slightly higher than the percentage (11 to 12) of Muslims in the population all through the past century. The population growth rate of Muslims is higher compared to Hindus because of the higher fertility rate among them. Why is the fertility rate higher among Muslims? Is it because of their religion, or because of their socio-economic conditions? Demographers have come to accept that religion does not have any major influence on fertility behaviour. Crucial is the socio-economic condition of the population. Hence R.H. Cassen, a respected social scientist in his book India: Population, Economy, Society writes: "It is virtually impossible to assess the part played by the content of religion in fertility. Even if we could state what is the net impact of encouragements and discouragements to procreation in scripture and teachings, we would not know how influential they are, and whether that influence is wanting." R.H. Chaudhury, a well-known sociologist and an expert on demography, in his book Social Aspects of Fertility: With Special Reference to Developing Countries says: "The observed differences in fertility are mostly due to socio-economic differences between Muslims and other religious groups. Once these differences are accounted for, the fertility differentials between Muslims and other religious groups will largely disappear." In the last Census, the lowest fertility rate for Muslims was in rural Tamil Nadu; Hindus in 12 States had a fertility rate higher than this. If indeed religion is the sole or the most important determinant of fertility, this is improbable. A curious reversal of the pattern was observed in Jammu and Kashmir. The fertility rate of Hindus there was almost twice that of Muslims. This raises an important question: Does minority status, by inducing a sense of insecurity in a community, lead to higher fertility levels for the community? If so, is this one of the factors responsible for the higher fertility levels among Muslims in the country? THE importance of socio-economic conditions in population growth is borne out by the population figures across States between 1991 and 2001: While the population growth rate across all communities in prosperous (in terms of socio-economic indices) States such as Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Maharashtra is much below the national average, in the poorer States of Uttar Pradesh or Rajasthan it is substantially higher than the national average across all communities. The Muslim population is rising faster in the poorer States of Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh than in the developed Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh or Karnataka. In fact, in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, the Muslim population growth is lower than the national average. This suggests that socio-economic backwardness leads to higher fertility. This is borne out by the data on population growth and education levels. For example, Bihar has among the highest fertility rates, the lowest overall literacy rate and one of the poorest employment rates across all communities. In contrast, Kerala has one of the highest literacy levels, including among women, and the lowest fertility rates among all communities. Little wonder that Bihar's population grew at a much faster rate than Kerala's. Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Delhi, Mizoram, Goa, Pondicherry, Chandigarh, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands have high female literacy levels (over 70 per cent) for all communities. They also have low fertility rates. Overall, Muslims have a literacy rate of 59.1 per cent, 5.7 percentage points lower than the national average. Hardly half the Muslim women are literate. While in Haryana, just about one-fifth of Muslim

women are literate, the figure is about one third in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Nagaland and Jammu and Kashmir. In 15 States, the literacy level among Muslim women is less than 50 per cent. These States also have a high fertility rate among Muslims. This confirms that the higher fertility level among Muslims is because of their backward socio-economic conditions, particularly educational backwardness. R.H. Chaudhury writes: "The higher fertility of Muslims is found to be associated with less economic activity and the scant education of Muslim women... One may, therefore, say that it is not mere affiliation with Islam, but one's socio-economic status that determines fertility behaviour." That the socio-economic conditions of Muslims is worse than that of Hindus - particularly in the urban areas - is borne out by all available facts: some 59 per cent of Muslim women have not attended school; 60 per cent were married by the age of 17 and hardly 14 per cent registered work participation. Cassen brings out the importance of education in reducing fertility: "The contribution of education to fertility decline is not just by the alteration of parents' aspirations, but by the spread of rationality itself. The basic differentiator of those for whom babies just come and those for whom the number that come as a result of more or less deliberate choice seems so often to be education." The level of education for every 1,000 persons in every age group is lower for Muslims when compared to Hindus both in the rural and urban areas, particularly among women. This is an important reason for the high fertility rates among them. According to Dr. K. Nagaraj, Senior Professor, Madras Institute of Development Studies, two such aspects that are important in relation to fertility levels are education - particularly of women - and the Infant Mortality Rate (IMR, defined as the number of infant deaths for 1,000 children born alive in a year). Cassen discusses the relationship between IMR and fertility rate: "The basic ground for postulating a relationship between mortality and fertility is that what people want is not just children but surviving children. When children are known to be likely to die... the whole psychological nature of child-bearing is likely to be far removed from the careful consideration of supportable numbers... The gradual decline in mortality might have played a part in inducing parents to have fewer children - not probably because they consciously perceived that their children were more likely to survive and they therefore did not need to have so many, but rather because it was gradually found that more of them were surviving and were thus harder to support." The IMR is higher for Muslims than for Hindus in the urban areas, where they are much more concentrated. This, according to Nagaraj, is a strong causative factor for high fertility of Muslims compared to Hindus in the urban areas. The lowest work participation rate of 31.3 per cent is of Muslims at the national level; just about 14 per cent of Muslim women are registered to participate in work. Surprisingly, even in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, which have high literacy rates among all communities, including Muslims, the work participation rate of Muslims is low - about 14 percentage points lower than that of Hindus. But these scientific explanations for higher fertility among Muslims are overshadowed by the stereotype image that is projected to perpetuate the myths about their social and cultural behaviour. One of the common myths used to explain the higher fertility rates among Muslims is that "Muslims could marry four times and there is a religious proclivity to reproduce more number of children". That there is no basis for such myths is clear from the 1911 Census report, which stated that a Muhammadan may have four wives but usually he practises monogamy. According to the Report of the Committee on the Status of Women in India (1975, pages 66-67), during the decades 1941-51 and 1951-61, the percentage of polygamous marriages (where a man has more than one wife) among Hindus was 7.15 and 5.06 respectively while the corresponding figures for Muslims were lower at 7.06 and 4.31 respectively. Moreover, according to Kanti Pakrasi's paper, "Marriage Systems and its Impact on Family Formation and Family Planning" (presented at the conference "Recent Population Trends in South Asia", New Delhi, 1983), polygamous couples in general had lower rates of live births than the

corresponding rates for all couples surveyed in urban India. He further reiterates that polygamy cannot lead to higher fertility as more than one female marrying one male is not likely to raise fertility; on the contrary, it is likely to lower fertility. Clearly, the poor socio-economic conditions - key to the study of demographic patterns and change - of the Muslim population are responsible for the rise in their population. Doubtless, if their socioeconomic conditions improve, their fertility rate will decline and their population growth rate will fall. Thus, the prescription to stabilise the population: raise literacy levels, particularly of women, enhance economic growth and distributive justice and make basic health care facilities accessible to all. Frontline Volume 21 - Issue 20, Sept. 25 - Oct. 08, 2004 India's National Magazine Chowdhury, Sipra 1987 Institute of Child Health, Calcutta, India 1987 K Pakrasi, T Basumallik, S Chowdhury, M Chakraborty. Mentally retarded children of Eastern India: a biosocial study. Social Biology 34:3-43-4, 206-219 Christensen, Prof. Kaare Denmark + Duke University, Population, Policy & Aging Research Center 2009-2010 Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Population Council, PDR 2002 K Christensen, Hans-Peter Kohler*, Joseph Lee Rodgers*. Between nurture and nature: the shifting determinants of female fertility in Danish twin cohorts. Social Biology 49(3-4):218-48. (see Demographic Research article 2002) DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2002 Hans-Peter Kohler*, Kaare Christensen, Lisbeth B. Knudsen, Axel Skytthe. The Fertility Pattern of Twins and the General Population Compared: Evidence from Danish Cohorts 1945-64. Demographic Research 6, 14 (see Social Biology article 2002) Christiansen, John R 1983 Sociology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 1983 PR Kunz, VJ Chambers, JR Christiansen. Physiognomic Homogamy: A test of physical similarity as a factor in mate selection. Social Biology 30: 151-157 Chuang, Jane-Lan Christy 1983 Department of Statistics and Division of Biostatistics, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York 1983 EJ Tu, JLC Chuang. Age, period and cohort effects on maternal mortality: A linear logit model. Social Biology 30(4):400-12 Chung*, Chin Sik Member 1974, 1989; East-West Population Institute 1983 Churchill*, Eric Member 1974; Toronto, Canada Chwalow RN, A Judith 1986 Johns Hopkins, Health Policy and Management

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1972 RL Cliquet, M Thiery, R Lesthaeghe. An interdisciplinary research project on fertility, fertility regulation, and partner relations. Social Biology 19(1):71-3. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1981 R Cliquet, M Thiery, R Staelens, G Lambert. Voluntary sterilization in Flanders. Journal of Biosocial Science 13(1):47-61. 1977 RL Cliquet, R Schoenmaeckers, L Klinkenborg. Effectiveness of contraception in Belgium: results of the Second National Fertility Survey, 1971 (Nego ii). Journal of Biosocial Science 9(4):403-16 1972 Knowledge, practice and effectiveness of contraception in Belgium. Journal of Biosocial Science 4(1):41-73 1969 The Sociobiological Aspects of the National Survey on Fecundity and Fertility in Belgium. Journal of Biosocial Science 1: 369-388 Cloninger MD, Prof. C Robert 1998, 2009-2011 Washington U-St. Louis, Psychiatry, Psychology and Genetics; Washington U, Director of the Center for Well-Being; 1981 Departments of Psychiatry and Genetics, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, and Jewish Hospital of St. Louis 1985 S Sigvardsson, CR Cloninger, M Bohman. Prevention and treatment of alcohol abuse; uses and limitations of the high risk paradigm. Social Biology, 32:3-4, 185-194 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] 1980 J Rice, CR Cloninger, T Reich. General Causal-Models For Sex-Differences in the Familial Transmission of Multifactorial Traits - An Application to Human Spatial Visualizing Ability. Social Biology 27 (1): 36-47 Close*, Prof. Perry Member 1974, 1992; City College, San Francisco, Biology 1968 1961 Perry Close. Heredity and Productivity in Families of Institutionalized Deaf. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 1 Coale*, Ansley J. Member 1974; Social Biology Manuscript referee 1975, 1977 1917-2002; Office of Population Research, Princeton 1949- (Director 1959-1975); important in development and use of the Theory of the Demographic Transition within the demographic field but it should be understood that Coale led investigations into the actual fertility decline when that decline did not develop as his demographic transition model had predicted. Population Council, PDR an architect of population/economic growth/national security argument in Fifties, still publishing in Nineties Population Association of America, President, 1967-68 1976 "Comment on 'The Changing Sex Ratio of the Navaho Tribe' by Kunitz and Slocumb", Social Biology 23, 4 1944 The Future Population of Europe and the Soviet Union. AJ Coale*, Frank Notestein*, Dudley Kirk*, Irene B. Taeuber*, Louise B. Kiser, League of Nations. 1996 AJ Coale. "Five Decades of Missing Females in China," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 140 (4): 421-450 Cobb* MD, Prof. Dr. W. Montague

Dir. 1958-66 1904-1990; NAACP (Chmn., National Medical Committee 1944-77; Pres. 1977-82) In 2006 the African-American birthrate fell below replacement level. The NAACP continues to support the Democratic Party and its emphasis on “reproductive rights”. This means that the genocide continues while the NAACP “turns its head and pretends that it just doesn’t see” Coble*, Dr. Joseph R. Member 1974 Dept. of Psychology, Clark College, Atlanta, Georgia 1974 Cochrane, Susan H 1975 Economics, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina 1975 Factors affecting the choice of contraceptive method by a group of OEO patients. Social Biology 22(2):173-80 Cocks, Edmond 1971 Virginia Stale College, Petersburg, Virginia 1971 Malthus on population quality. Social Biology 18:84-87. Cohen, Ilene Cooper 1977 Eastern Women's Center, New York City, New York 1977 IC Cohen, MB Bracken. Monthly variation in conceptions leading to induced abortion. Social Biology 24:245-250 Cohen*, Prof. Joel E. Dir. 1988-92 Rockefeller U, Head, Laboratory of Populations 2009-2011 Trustee, Population Reference Bureau 2009 Population Council, PDR 1971 JE Cohen.* Legal abortions, socioeconomic status and measured intelligence in the United States. Social Biology 18(1): 55–63. (Ginsburg) DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2011 Joel E. Cohen. Life expectancy: Lower and upper bounds from surviving fractions and remaining life expectancy. Demographic Research 24 2010 Joel E Cohen. Life expectancy is the death-weighted average of the reciprocal of the survivalspecific force of mortality. Demographic Research 22, 5 2008 Joel E Cohen. Constant global population with demographic heterogeneity. Demographic Research 18, 14:409:436 Cohen, Lawrence Referee, Social Biology 1979 Cohen, Patricia 1980 Epidemiology of Mental Disorders, New York Psychiatric Institute and Epidemiology, School of Public Health, Columbia University 1980 P Cohen, L Belmont, J Dryfoos, Z Stein, S Zayac. The effects of teenaged motherhood and maternal age on offspring intelligence. Social Biology 27(2), 138–154.

Cohler, Prof. Bertram Joseph 1975 Committee on Human Development, Departments of Behavioral Sciences and Education, University of Chicago 1975 Bertram Cohler, D Gallant, H Grunebaum, J Weiss, E Gamer. Pregnancy and Birth Complications among mentally ill and well mothers and their children. Social Biology 22: 269-278 Coleman, Charles David Referee, Social Biology Bureau of the Census, Population Division 1999 Coleman, Samuel J Referee, Social Biology 1980 Colin*, Edward C. Member 1956; Chicago, Illinois 1956 Collette*, Prof. Alfred Thomas Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 Syracuse U, Prof. of Genetics and Science Education Collins, Prof. Allan C 1985, Emeritus 2009-2011 Institute for Behavioral Genetics and Alcohol Research Center, University of Colorado, Boulder 1985 TN Smolen, AC Collins. Neurochemical mechanisms in the genetics of alcohol phenotypes. Social Biology 32(3-4):255-71. Collins* MD, Dr. Donald C. Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954; Hollywood, California 1956 Colmeiro-Laforet*, Dr. Carlos Member (Foreign) 1956; Vigo Municipal Hospital, Vigo, Spain 1956 Colton*, Prof. Harold Sellers Member 1930, 1956; (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) Director, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona 1928-58; Univ. of Pennsylvania (Dept. of Zoology 1909-1954, Professor 1926-54) [May be the seminal uniting figure in the otherwise almost inexplicable union of Western anthropology and East Coast demography which forms so large a part of the current Society reform eugenics] Condell, Prof. Yvonne C. Member 1974, 1992 Moorhead State University, Moorhead, Minnesota 1980 Condie, Spenser J 1975 Sociology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

1975 Jeffrey M Wise, Spenser J Condie. Intergenerational Fertility throughout Four Generations. Social Biology 22, 2:144-55. Conley, Prof. Dalton b. 1969; New York University: Sociology 2000-11; Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) 2010-11; PhD 1996 Sociology, Columbia; seeking PhD, Biology, NYU 2011 2010 Integrating Genetics and Social Sciences Conference. Dalton Conley, Emily Rauscher Genetic Interactions with Prenatal Social Environment: Effects on Academic and Behavioral Outcomes 2009 Dalton Conley. The Uses and Disuses of Genetic Data by Social Scientists. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 2 or The Promise and the Challenges of Incorporating Genetic Data into Longitudinal Social Science Surveys and Research. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):238-251 “Gene markers in nationally representative samples of human populations can be deployed for at least three important uses: assessing the direct impact of specific genetic influences on socioeconomic and behavioral outcomes; modeling genetic-environmental interactions; and tracing genealogies across time and space.” From The Uses and Disuses of Genetic Data by Social Scientists. 2000 D Conley, N Bennett. Race and the inheritance of low birth weight. Social Biology 47 (1-2): 7793. Constandse-Westerman, TH 1986 Book Review Social Biology 33, 1-2 1984 Book Review. Social Biology 31, 1-2 and 3-4 Cook*, Della Member 1974 Dept. Anthropology, Indiana Univ., Bloomington 1974 Cook, James M Book review in Social Biology 2000, 2003, 2005 Duke University, Sociology 2005 book review of Let Them Eat Precaution by Jon Entine in Social Biology 52, 1-2 Cook*, Robert Carter Director 1939-63 1899-1991; Population Reference Bureau: Director 1951-1968, then president ASHG: Board of Directors 1949, Member 1954 Journal of Heredity, Editor from 1922–1962 Birth Control Review, Consulting Editor 1940 1944 R. Cook. The Rhesus Blood Factor. Eugenical News, 1944 Coombs, Lolagene Referee, Social Biology 1979 Cooper, HL 1961 OJ Miller, HL Cooper, Kurt Hirschhorn. Recent Developments in Human Cytogenetics. Eugenics Quarterly 8, no. 1 (March 1961): 23-33- * This study was supported by grants from the American Heart Association, the Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation, the National Institutes of Health (grants RG-7608 and H2202) and the New York City Health Research Council (grant U-1030).

Cooper, Leah G 1995 HealthPartners, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1995 LG Cooper, NL Leland, G Alexander. Effect of maternal age on birth outcomes among young adolescents. Social Biology 42(1-2):22-35. Cooper*, Rev. John M. Advisory Council 1923-30; Member 1930; AES Committee on Eugenics and Dysgenics of Birth Regulation; AES Committee on Cooperation with the Clergy Prof., Dept. Anthropology and Sociology, Catholic Univ. of America 1926-49 Corley PhD, Robin P Research Associate, Institute for Behavioral Genetics, U Colorado 2010-11; Colorado Longitudinal Twin Studies 2011; Colorado Adoption Project 2011; PhD Colorado 1987 2010 JD Boardman, Casey L Blalock, Robin P Corley, Michael C Stallings, Benjamin W Domingue, Matthew B McQueen, Ying Lu, Tom Crowley, John K Hewitt, and Samuel H Field. Ethnicity, body mass, and genome wide data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 Cornblatt*, Barbara Dir. 1987-92 1998-2011 Recognition and Prevention Program, Founder/ Director; New York State Psychiatric Institute; 1991 Department of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York 1991 BA Cornblatt, RSE Keefe. The genetics of mental illness. Social Biology 38:163-218 1991 RSE Keefe, JM Silverman, LJ Siever, BA Cornblatt. Refining Phenotype Characterization in GeneticLinkage Studies of Schizophrenia. Social Biology 38 (3-4): 197-218 Cornely MD, Prof. Paul B 1967, 1972 Howard University College of Medicine: Preventive Medicine and Public Health (Dept. Head 1967) Howard University School of Medicine: Bacteriology, Preventive Medicine and Public Health 1944 1972 GF Sutton, PB Cornely. Assessing mortality and morbidity disadvantages of the black population of the United States. Social Biology 18(4):369-86. Corning*, Peter A Member 1974 1974 Institute of Political Studies, Stanford Univ., California 1974 leader, discussion session IV in 1972 American Eugenics Society symposium on "Continuing Evolution of Man", Social Biology 19, 3:259-65 Cornish*, Mrs. Edward Member 1930, 1956; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932) Arkansas representative to American Birth Control League 1933, 1937 Cornwell, Gretchen T Pennsylvania State U: Agricultural Economics 1980 and Population Issues Research Center (Population Research Center) 1980, 2002 and Anthropology 2002 C Suchindran, FA Ukwuani, Gretchen T Cornwell. Influence of Mother’s Work, Childhood Place of Residence, and Exposure to Media on Breast-Feeding Patterns: Experience of Nigeria and Uganda. Social Biology 48: 1-20

Cowgill*, Ursula Member 1974 U Pittsburgh, Biology 1974 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1971 UM Cowgill, HB Johnson HB Jr. Grain prices and vital statistics in a Portuguese rural parish, 16711720. Journal of Biosocial Science 3(3):321-9. Cowles*, Mrs. Thornburg Member 1956; New York City 1956 Cox*, Christine 2006-2009 Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, Board of Directors National Center of Health Statistics 2009 Background: “Christine Cox has worked for the Federal Government for 25 years and currently serves as the Director of Record Linkage Activities at the National Center for Health Statistics and the Branch Chief of the Special Projects Branch within the Office of Analysis and Epidemiology, NCHS. She currently serves on a variety of interagency committees including the Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology Confidentiality and Data Access Committee and Administrative Records Subcommittee. She also serves as a statistical disclosure expert on two federal agency Disclosure Review Boards and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Society of Biodemography and Social Biology. Her specific research interests involve inputation and data perturbation, and the analysis of linked survey and administrative data in health and health policy research. She has published both substantive and methodological work using administrative records and sample survey data in government reports and refereed journals. Christine regularly attends WSS [Washington Statistical Society] seminars and has made numerous beneficial professional contacts through WSS. She is looking forward to the opportunity to become more active in the WSS and serving as a representative at large seems like a good way to start.” From http://science.gmu.edu/~wss/wss0905.shtml (Washington Statistical Society) Cox*, John L. Member 1956; New York City 1956 Craddick, Ray A Referee, Social Biology 1979 Crawford, Prof. Michael H U Kansas-Lawrence: Director, Laboratory of Biological Anthropology 2010-11 and Midwest Twin Register (part of Lab of Biological Anthropology) Human Biology Council/Association, President 1999-2000 1974 MH Crawford, George Gmelch. Human Biology of Irish Tinkers - Demography, Ethnohistory and Genetics. Social Biology 21 (4): 321-331 1973 RA Halberstein, MH Crawford, HG Nutini. Historical Demographic Analysis of Indian Populations in Tlaxcala-Mexico. Social Biology 20 (1): 40-50 Creger, Prof. William P Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto 1945-2011 (Emeritus)

1962 RG Desai, WP Creger. Blood groups, secretor phenomenon, and gastric cancer in various ethnic groups. Eugenics Quarterly 9:44 Crews, Prof. Douglas E Ohio State U, Anthropology 1991-2011; PhD 1985 Pennsylvania State U, Anthropology, student of PT Baker*, PhD Thesis: Mortality, Survivorship and Longevity in American Samoa 1950 to 1981; Graduate of the Center for Demography & Population Health (formerly Center for the Study of Population), Florida State University 1988 DE Crews. Multiple Causes of Death and the Epidemiological Transition in American Samoa. Social Biology 35: 198-213 Crimmins*, Prof. Eileen Dir. 1995-1999, 2006-2011; Secretary/Treasurer 1999-2008; Editorial Board 2008-2011 USC: Director, USC/UCLA Center on Biodemography and Population Health 1999-2011 and Andrus Gerontology Center, Director, Division of Health and Health Services Research 2009-2010 Duke University, Population, Policy & Aging Research Center 2009; U Michigan: Panel Study on Income Dynamics , Board of Overseers 2010 U California-Berkeley, Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging 2010 Population Council, PDR National Academy of Science, Committee on Population 2006-(2009) Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 2011 Sarinnapha Vasunilashorn, Caleb E. Finch, Eileen M. Crimmins*, Suvi A. Vikman, Jonathan Stieglitz, Michael Gurven, Hillard Kaplan*, Hooman Allayee. Inflammatory Gene Variants in the Tsimane, an Indigenous Bolivian Population with a High Infectious Load. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 33-52. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 2005 (Actual physical publication 2009) Eileen Crimmins*. Childhood conditions and late-life health: introduction. (This introduction to Social Biology v. 52, 3-4 emphasizes the current Society theory that childhood health disparities translate into immovable later life mortality disparities.) and 2005 (actual physical publication 2009) Eileen Crimmins*, Beth J Soldo*, Jung Ki Kim, Dawn E Alley. Using anthropometric indicators for Mexicans in the United States and Mexico to understand the selection of migrants and the "Hispanic paradox”. Social Biology 52(3-4) (Support for this project was provided by NIH Grants R01AG1801, P30 AG17265, P30 AG12836, R01 AG023347, R01 AF1846 T32 AG00037) 1984 E Crimmins. The estimation of natural fertility: a micro approach. Social Biology 31 (1-2):160 ff DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2010 Eileen Crimmins*, Liming Cai, Mark Hayward, Yasuhiko Saito, James Lubitz, Aaron Hagedorn. Estimation of multi-state life table functions and their variability from complex survey data using the SPACE Program. Demographic Research 22, 6 2000 Eileen Crimmins*, Yasuhiko Saito. Change in the Prevalence of Diseases Among Older Americans: 1984-1994. Demographic Research 3, 9 IGSS

2010 Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference: Hillard Kaplan*, Eileen Crimmins*, Jeff Winking q.v., Michael Gurven q.v., Caleb Finch, Sarinnapha Vasunilashorn, Hooman Allayee, Jung Ki Kim, Jonathan Stieglitz. Genetic markers and age in the Tsimane of Bolivia Background: Eugenics is entwined with Federal health care as in Nazi Germany – but don’t worry, be happy. 2009 “two projects on socioeconomic differences in health outcomes, one of these is a currently funded NIA grant which used the HRS data, the other is a grant in collaboration with Dr. Seeman of UCLA for analysis of the biological basis of SES differences using the MacArthur data” *Seeman is also a former SSSB director+ … monitoring and design of the major national demographic surveys on health in the older population … Chair of the Advisory Group to NIA for the Longitudinal Survey of Aging and serves on the NIA Monitoring Committee for the AHEAD and HRS surveys … worked with federal agencies on the use of demographic and health measures on the older population. She chaired the Demographic Technical Subpanel to the Advisory Council on Social Security … currently working with NCHS on defining appropriate summary measures of health for setting national health goals for 2010 … working with NCHS to further develop NCHS expertise in using U.S. data to construct some of the summary measures of health statistics which are being used by researchers and other governments around the world.” From http://www.usc.edu/org/pop/facultydescriptions.html Government Money: NIA P30 AG17265 Crimmins (PI) 8/15/99-6/30/09 USC/UCLA Center on Biodemography and Population Health The primary purpose of BPH is to provide a synergistic research environment for the integration and translation of research findings from a variety of disciplines such as epidemiology, clinical geriatrics, biostatistics, and biology into their effects on the health status of populations and the expected life cycles of individuals. Role: Principal Investigator NIA R01 AG023347-01 Crimmins (PI) 9/1/2003 - 8/31/2009 Biological Risk Underlying Education Health Differentials Investigates how educational attainment in the population aged 20 and older is related to biological risk. Role: Principal Investigator NIA 3-T32-AG00037 Crimmins (PI) 9/1/2003 - 4/30/2013 Multidisciplinary Research Training in Gerontology Pre and postdoctoral research training in gerontology. Role: Principal Investigator NIA R01 AG02667 Strauss (PI) 7/10/2005-06/30/2009 The Fourth Indonesia Family Life Survey of Aging Role: Consultant for work on integrating biological markers. NIA Crimmins (PI) 2008-2010 Preparation of Samples for Investigation of Biological Aging among The Tsimane Role: Principal Investigator Criss, Thomas B 1981 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland

1981 TB Criss, JP Marcum. A lunar effect on fertility. Social Biology 28, 75-80. Critz*, Prof. Wesley George Member 1956 Segregationist in 1960’s. For example, he wrote The Biology of the Race Problem, 1962 which was commissioned by George Wallace, Governor of Alabama in which he said: "... there is no advanced civilization in any area where there has been a high degree of absorption of Negro genes. Nowhere in the world have the Negroes demonstrated that they have the creative capacity to make civilization" from The Biology of the Race Problem Crognier, Emile C.N.R.S. and Université de la Méditerranée, Faculté de Médecine, Marseille, France 2000; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Aix-en-Provence, France 1993 1993 E Crognier, C Bernis, S Elizondo, C Varea. The patterns of fertility in a Berber population from Morocco. Social Biology 34 192-199 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1987 Child mortality and society in Morocco. Journal of Biosocial Science 19(2):127-37 1985 Consanguinity and social change: an isonymic study of a French peasant population, 1870-1979. Journal of Biosocial Science 17(3):267-79 Cropley, Arthur J 1983, 1975 Psychology Department, University of Regina, Canada; UNESCO 1983 1975 DP Blattler, HA Stevens, AJ Cropley. Intellect and Serum Uric Acid: An Optimal Concentration of Serum Urate for Human Learning. Social Biology 22, 3 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1975 AJ Cropley, KH Ahlers. Development of verbal skills in first-born and only boys. Journal of Biosocial Science 7(3):297-306. 1970 AJ Cropley, KF Kennett. Intelligence, family size and socio-economic status. Journal of Biosocial Science 2(3):227-36. Cross*, Harold E Member 1974 Dept. of Surgery, Univ. Medical Center, Tucson, Arizona 1974 1970 Harold E. Cross*, Victor A. McKusick*. Amish Demography. Social Biology 17: 83-101 Crow*, Prof. James Franklin Dir. 1971-74, 1979-81; Referee, Social Biology 1975 U Wisconsin-Madison, Genetics 1965, 2010, Emeritus 2011 ASHG, Member 1954 1986 Book Review. Social Biology 33, 1-2 1968 JF Crow*, J Felsenstein. The effect of assortative mating on the genetic composition of a population. Eugenics Quarterly 15, 2:85-97 and 1982 reprinted in Social Biology 29(1-2):22-35. 1968 JF Crow*, Dudley Kirk* and Richard Lewontin*. Selective Mating, Assortative Mating, and Inbreeding: Definitions and Implications. Eugenics Quarterly 15:141-143 1965 JF Crow*, AP Mange. Measurement of inbreeding from the frequency of marriages between persons of the same surname. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 4:199-203 (and reprinted in Social Biology 1982; supported in part by NIH GM08217)

1960 Book Review, Eugenics Quarterly 7, 1 1957 JF Crow*. Possible consequences of an increased mutation rate. Eugenics Quarterly 4:67 1956 JF Crow*. The estimation of spontaneous and radiation-induced mutation rates in man. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 201-208 James Crow’s former students and post doctoral students: Seymour Abrahamson Kenichi Aoki Bruce Baker Jack Bennett James Bull Yong Jai Chung Loring Craymer Carter Denniston William Engels Joe Felsenstein* Lawrence Friedman Ove Frydenberg Sasha Gimelfarb Rayla Greenberg Temin Thomas Gregg Dan Hartl* Yuichiro Hiraizumi Branch Howe Wen Hsiung Li Elaine Johansen Mange Warwick Kerr Motoo Kimura Alexey Kondrashov Russell Lande Chuck Langley Cathy Laurie William R. Lee Terry Lyttle Russell Malmberg Arthur Mange* Etan Markowitz Takeo Maruyama Muneo Matsuda Joyce Mitchell Michael Moody Newton E. Morton* Terumi Mukai Thomas Nagylaki Taisei Nomura Ohmi Ohnishi Paulo Otto Janardan Pandey Patrick Phillips

Michael Rose Larry Sandler Edward L. Schwartz Frank Seto Michael Simmons Samuel Skinner Robert Tamarin W. Y. Tan Chung I Wu Crowe PhD, Prof. Lawson 1985, 1991 Institute for Behavioral Genetics and Department of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder 1985, 1991, 2011 (Emeritus) 1985 L Crowe. Alcohol and Heredity: Theories about the Effects of Alcohol Use on Offspring. Social Biology 32 (1985): 146-61 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol, Special Issue] Crowe*, Raymond R Member 1974 Dept. of Human Genetics, Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor 1974 Crowley, Tom 2010-11 Institute for Behavioral Genetics, Institute of Behavior Science, U Colorado-Boulder 2010 JD Boardman, Casey L Blalock, Robin P Corley, Michael C Stallings, Benjamin W Domingue, Matthew B McQueen, Ying Lu, Tom Crowley, John K Hewitt, and Samuel H Field. Ethnicity, body mass, and genome wide data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 Crowell, David 2001, 2011 Department of Pediatrics, John A. Bums School of Medicine, and Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii at Manoa 2001 EL Wegner, GP Loos, AT Onaka, D Crowell, Y Li, H Zheng. Changes in the association of low birth weight with socioeconomic status in Hawaii: 1970-1990. Social Biology 48(3-4):196-211 Crum, Gary E Referee, Social Biology 1980 Cullen, Ruth M 1986, 1989 Sociology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona; Research Institute for the Study of Man 1975 1989 Dudley L Poston, Jr., RM Cullen. The Propensity of White Women in the United States to Adopt Children. Social Biology 36, 3-4:167-185. 1986 DL Poston, RM Cullen. Log-linear analyses of patterns of adoption behavior: U.S. white women, 1982, 1976 and 1973. Social Biology 33(3-4):241 -258 Cumming* MD, Dr. Hugh S. 1894- 1936; Advisory Council 1923; (General Committee, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921) Tuskegee Syphilis Study began and was on-going while Cummings was Surgeon-General of the USPHS (Surgeon General 1920-36), see also John C Cutler*, Frederick Osborn*

Cumming, Elaine Referee, Social Biology 1979 Cummings, David R 2010 DR Cummings. Seasonal Sunshine and Vitamin D: A Possible Explanation for Differences in European and United States Birth Patterns. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 2003 The influence of latitude and cloud cover on the seasonality of human births. Social Biology 50, 1-2 Curlin, George T USAID 1982; Cholera Research Laboratory, Dacca, Bangladesh 1977 1977 AKM Alauddin Chowdhury, SL Huffman, GT Curlin. Malnutrition, Menarche, and Marriage in Rural Bangladesh, Social Biology 24: 316 Curtin*, Richard B. Member 1974; Kettering, Ohio 1974 Cutler* MD, Prof. John C. Member 1974 Background: Cutler participated in the Tuskegee Syphilis Study: 1956 “Untreated Syphilis in the Male Negro: Twenty-Two Years of Serologic Observation in a Selected Syphilis Study Group”, Sidney Olansky, M.D.; Ad Harris; John C. Cutler, M.D.; Eleanor V. Price. AMA Arch Derm. 1956; 73(5):516-522. “Since 1932 there has been carried on a study of the outcome of untreated syphilis in the male Negro.* Although the primary objective of this study is the determination of the clinical outcome, this group of patients also furnishes valuable data on the serologic pattern of untreated syphilis. No serologic data are available for the period from the initial examination in 1932-1933 to the first follow-up examination in 1938-1939. Since 1939, however, annual serologic examinations have been attempted. The last examination, completed in December, 1954, extended the observation period to 22 years. The initial serologic examination in 1932-1933 was based on the Kolmer complement fixation and Kahn standard flocculation tests for syphilis, performed at the National Institute of Health. For the 1938-1939 and subsequent surveys serologic testing has been done by the Venereal Disease Research Laboratory (formerly at Staten Island, N. Y., …” After leaving the USPHS in 1968, Cutler went to the U Pittsburgh Graduate Department in Public Health where he became a star, an example to others, nurturing future leaders and extending his values to them – so they thought. For example, the January 2010 Pittsburgh U website lists: “John C. Cutler Memorial Lecture in Global Health One of GSPH’s lectures that your contribution could support is the John C. Cutler Memorial Lecture in Global Health. This lecture was established to honor Dr. Cutler, former GSPH faculty member, and his legacy of global health research and education, and his devotion to nurturing the careers of future public health leaders.” From http://www.publichealth.pitt.edu/ (viewed January 2010) Curtis White PhD, Katherine J. (or Katherine J Curtis) U Wisconsin-Madison: Center for Demography and Ecology 2007-2011 and Center for Demography of Health and Aging 2009 and Community and Environmental Sociology 2007-2009 and NICHD Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Demography and Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison 2003-06

2002 Declining Fertility among North American Hutterites: The Use of Birth Control within a Dariusleut Colony. Social Biology 49:58-73 [Financial support from University of Washington, Dept. Sociology] DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2010 Katherine Curtis, Collin Payne. The differential impact of mortality of American troops in the Iraq War: The non-metropolitan dimension. Demographic Research 23, 2 Cutright, Phillips Referee, Social Biology 1979, 1980 Sociology, Indiana University, Bloomington 1974, 1979 1978 L Freshnock, P Cutright. Structural Determinants of Childlessness. Social Biology 25:169-78 1977 P Cutright, K Polonko. Areal structure and rates of childlessness among American wives in 1970. Social Biology 24(1):52-61 1974 P Cutright, S Belt, J Scanzoni. Gender preferences, sex predetermination, and family size in the United States. Social Biology 21(3):242-8 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1975 P Cutright. Spontaneous fetal loss: a note on rates and some implications. Journal of Biosocial Science 7(4):421-33. Daigaku, Teikyo Member 1974; Japan Daigle, Leah 2010-11 Department of Criminal Justice, Georgia State University, Atlanta 2010 L Daigle. Risk Heterogeneity and Recurrent Violent Victimization: The Role of DRD4. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 Abstract: … Previously unstudied, however, are genetic factors that may place and keep a victim at risk, even after an initial victimization. Using data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, the current study addresses this gap. The findings reveal that there is in fact a genetic factor, the 7R allele of the DRD4 gene, that distinguishes individuals who have been victimized once from those who have been victimized multiple times.” From abstract at informaworld.com [The DRD4 gene is also known as the Liberal gene – now it seems that one variant of DRD4 is also associated with repeated victimization. Would this be the “bleeding heart” gene? If a conservative is a liberal who has been mugged - once, is conservatism another DRD4 variant?] Da Fonseca, Lucia G (or Fonseca) 1970 Laboratory of Human Genetics, Federal University of Paran , Curitiba, Paran , Brazil 1970 LG Da Fonseca, N Freire-Maia. Further data on inbreeding levels in Brazilian populations. Social Biology 17, 324-328 Dalen*, Per Member 1974; Sweden Damon, Prof. Albert 1914-1973; somatyping; Harvard: Public Health 1957-1964, Anthropology 1964-1973; Columbia Presbyterian w/ WH Sheldon; Harvard MD 1950; Chicago PHD 1947 Anthropology 1974 A Damon. Larger body size and earlier menarche: the end may be in sight. Social Biology 21,1: 8– 11

1969 A Damon. Race Ethnic Group and Disease. Social Biology 16, 2 1966 HL Bailit, ST Damon, A Damon. Consanguinity on Tristan da Cunha in 1938. Eugenics Quarterly, 13, 30-33 Damon, ST 1966 Anthropology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1965 Radcliffe Institute of Independent Study 1966 HL Bailit, ST Damon, A Damon. Consanguinity on Tristan da Cunha in 1938. Eugenics Quarterly, 13, 1:30-33 Dance*, Peter Member 1974 Dandekar, Kumudini 1963 Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Poona, India 1963 K Dandekar. Analysis of birth intervals of a set of Indian women. Eugenics Quarterly 10, 2:73-78 1959 K Dandekar. Intervals between confinements. Eugenics Quarterly 6: 80-86 Danforth*, Prof. Charles Haskell (General Cttee, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Advisory Council 1923-35; Member 1930, 1956; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932); (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) Twin studies, IQ studies; Stanford U 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 1932 CH Danforth. "Family Size as a Factor in Human Selection", paper at Third Int. Cong. Eugenics Danish MD, Jacob M 1963 JM Danish, JK Tillson, M Levitan. Multiple Anomalies in Congenitally Deaf Children. Eugenics Quarterly 10, 1 Dann MD, Dr. TC 1985 Medical Centre, University of Warwick, Coventry, England 1985 DF Roberts**, TC Dann. Physique and family variables in university girls in Britain. Social Biology 32:1-2 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1993 TC Dann, DF Roberts**. Menarcheal age in University of Warwick young women. Journal of Biosocial Science 25: 531-538 1976 DF Roberts**, TC Dann. Physique and socio-economic variables in university girls. Journal of Biosocial Science 8(1):61-8 Darroch, Jacqueline – see Forrest, Jacqueline Darroch Darwin * **, Major Leonard Member 1930 Eugenics Society (of England): President 1911-1928 Hon. Pres. 1928-43 Subscriber 1926 Life Fellow 1937; Member, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921 1850-1943; Charles Darwin’s son. It’s important to realize that Darwin’s children, grandchildren and relatives participated in the Eugenics Society [of England] in the Thirties and the Fifties. This presence

is an indication that the eugenics of the Thirties and the Fifties was seen by Darwin relatives as compatible with Darwin, the man and his ideas. Charles Darwin supported the ideas of Francis Galton as is clear in The Descent of Man. 1924 (reprinted 1968) Leonard Darwin. The Future of Our Race: Heredity and Social Progress. Eugenics Review 60, p. 99 DasGupta*, Ajit K. Member (Foreign) 1956 Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India 1956 Das Gupta, G Prithwis (or P Dasgupta) 1997 Population Division, U.S. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC; Population Council, PDR 1997 P Das Gupta. How Do We Interpret the Recent Dramatic Increase in the Time to Earn a PhD? Social Biology 44(3-4):247-57. 1989 P Das Gupta. A Regression Approach to the Projection of U.S. Fertility Based on Past Fertility Data. Social Biology 36(3-4):262-70 1988 P Das Gupta. A Note on the Consistency of Life Tables for Total Populations with those for their Subpopulations. Social Biology. 35(1-2):158-63 1977 P Das Gupta. A Period Analysis of Parity Distribution among White and Nonwhite Women in the United States, 1940-1974. Social Biology 24(4):303-15 (1977) 1975 P Das Gupta. A Method of Computing Period Rates of Spinsterhood and Childlessness from Census Data Applied to the United States. Social Biology 22(2):134-43 DaVanzo PhD, Julie (or Da Vanzo) RAND: 1968-2011; 2011 Senior Economist, Demographer; 1990 Economics and Statistics Department, Santa Monica Population Council, PDR 1994 J DaVanzo, Christine Peterson, John Haaga, Jeffrey Sine. Reversal of the Decline in Breastfeeding in Peninsular Malaysia? Ethnic and Educational Differentials and Data Quality Issues. Social Biology 41, 1-2, also available as Labor and Population Program Reprint 95-07, RP-359, RAND, 1995 1990 J DaVanzo, E Starbird, A Leibowitz. Do women's breastfeeding experiences with their first-borns affect whether they breastfeed their subsequent children? Social Biology 37(3-4):223-32. Davidson, Andrew Referee, Social Biology 1979 Davidson*, Maria Member 1974 1973 M Davidson. A Comparative Study of Fertility in Mexico City and Caracas. Social Biology 20, 4 1970 M Davidson. Social and Economic Variations in Child Spacing. Social Biology 17, 2 1967 M Davidson. Social and Economic Characteristics of Aged Persons (65 Years Old and Over) in the United States in 1960. Eugenics Quarterly 14, 1 1961 M Davidson. Predictions in Fertility. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 2 Davila, Prof Ana Luisa 2005, 2011 Demography, Graduate School of Public Health, Medical Sciences Campus, University of Puerto Rico; PhD 1987 Demography, Sorbonne, Paris

2005 Alberto Palloni, Mary McEniry, Alberto Garcia Gurucharri, Ana Luis Davila. The influence of early conditions on health status among elderly Puerto Ricans. Social Biology 52, 3-4 2001 NS Landale, RS Oropesa, Ana Luisa Davila. Poverty, Prenatal Care, and Infant Health in Puerto Rico. Social Biology 48, 1-2 Davis*, Prof. Bernard D. Member 1974 Bact. Physiol, Harvard Medical School 1974 Davis, Barry R 1986 School of Public Health, University of Texas, Houston, Texas 1986 BR Davis, RJ Hardy. A suicide epidemic model. Social Biology 33(3-4):291-300. Davis, JE 1973 Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, New York, New York 1973 AJ Sobrero, KL Kohli, H Edey, JE Davis, R Karp. A vasectomy service in a free-standing family planning center: one year's experience. Social Biology 20(3):303-7 Davis*, Prof. Kingsley Dir. 1952-55; Member 1956, 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1978, 1979 1908-1997 US representative to the Population Commission, United Nations 1954-61 Population Association of America, President, 1961-62 Population Council, PDR U California-Berkeley, International Population and Urban Research, Director 1963 Important in developing support for government sponsored “family planning” to other countries, see Julie Da Vanzo q.v. Susan De Vos q.v. for current continuation of this idea 1955 K Davis. Institutional patterns favoring high fertility in underdeveloped areas. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 1 Davis*, Watson Dir. 1936, 1939-66 Daws, Christopher T 2011 Department of Political Science, University of California, San Diego 2011 Peter K Hatemi, Christopher T Dawes, Amanda Frost-Keller, Jaime E Settle, Brad Verhulst. Integrating Social Science and Genetics: News from the Political Front. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 67-87. [Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado, May 2010 ] Day* MD, Prof. Richard Lawrence Member 1956 Director, Medical Dept., Planned Parenthood-World Population 1965-68; ASHG, Member 1954; Pediatrics, College of Medicine, NYC 1954 [1966 RL Day. Fertility control: a social need - a medical responsibility. Planned Parenthood-World Population, New York, New York]

Day*, Robert W. Member 1974 de Beer, Joop 1991, 1993 Department for Population Statistics, Netherlands Central Bureau of Statistics, Voorburg, The Netherlands 1991 J de Beer. Births and Cohort Size. Social Biology 38(1-2):146-153 Abortion in the Netherlands: About 15 of 100 women who terminate a pregnancy are younger than 20 years of age. In addition, some 60% of abortion clients have an ethnic minority background. Roughly 30% of this group originates from Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles, 15% are of Turkish or Moroccan origin, and the remaining 55% originate from other countries in Africa, Europe, and Asia. The abortion rate of the four main ethnic minority groups (Suriname, the Netherlands Antilles, Turkey and Morocco) is between three and almost ten times higher than that of the rest of the Dutch population.” From http://www.demographic-research.org/Volumes/Vol19/21/19-21.pdf by J De Beer De Wit, David J 1996 University of Western Ontario, Population Studies Centre 1999 ML De Wit, BG Embree, D De Wit. Determinants of the risk and timing of alcohol and illicit drug use onset among natives and non-natives: similarities and differences in family attachment processes. Social Biology 46(1-2):100-21. De Wit, Margaret L 1999 Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services, Toronto, Ontario; 1996 University of Western Ontario, Population Studies Center 1999 ML De Wit, BG Embree, D De Wit. Determinants of the risk and timing of alcohol and illicit drug use onset among natives and non-natives: similarities and differences in family attachment processes. Social Biology 46(1-2):100-21. 1992 ML De Wit, F Rajulton. Education and timing of parenthood among Canadian women: a cohort analysis. Social Biology 39(1-2):109-22 DeCesare, Michael A 2000 Sociology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst 2000 MA DeCesare. Public attitudes toward euthanasia and suicide for terminally ill persons: 1977 and 1996. Social Biology 47, 3-4 Deeb MD, Prof Larry Charles Center for the Study of Population, Florida State University, Tallahassee 1987-2011; diabetes 1989 CB Nam, IW Eberstein, LC Deeb. Sudden infant death syndrome as a socially determined cause of death. Social Biology 36, 1-6. DeFlem PhD, Matthieu Referee, Social Biology Belgian born and educated, living and working in US University South Carolina, Columbia, Sociology 2009; abortion policy Personal:

2002-2009 U South Carolina, Dept. Sociology; 1997-2002. Purdue U, Dept. Sociology; 1996 PhD Sociology, U Colorado, Dissertation: “Borders of Police Force: Historical Foundations of International Policing Between Germany and the United States.”, Revised for publication as Policing World Society (Oxford, 2002); 1985 BA Louvain; “interests include counter-terrorism, international policing, abortion policy … the determinants of abortion law and policy in the United States, specifically the constitutional regulation of abortion, its effects of state policies, and selected determinants of abortion attitudes … I will soon continue research on the conditions and dynamics of abortion legislation, in the context of the United States as well as from a comparative viewpoint. This research project will build on and extend from my earlier (article-length) study on the evolution of abortion law in the United States, which I theoretically explored through the work of Talcott Parsons and Jürgen Habermas … *and I was+ Co-winner of the Merle Adams Award, graduate student paper on “Abortion and the Boundaries of Legal Change,” Department of Sociology, University of Colorado, 1994” from http://www.cas.sc.edu/socy/faculty/deflem/zcvcv.htm Defo, Barthelemy Kuate 1994 Center for Demography and Ecology and Department of Preventive Medicine, University of Wisconsin‐Madison 1994 B Kuate Defo. Determinants of infant and early childhood mortality in Cameroon: the role of socioeconomic factors, housing characteristics, and immunization status. Social Biology 41(3-4):181211 DeFries*, Prof. John C Member 1974 Institute for Behavioral Genetics (IBG), Univ. Colorado-Boulder 1974-2011 (Director 1981-2001) 1983 RC Johnson, CT Nagoshi, FM Ahern, JR Wilson, JC DeFries*, GE McClearn*, SG Vandenberg. Family background, cognitive ability, and personality as predictors of educational and occupational attainment. Social Biology 30, 86-100 1979 H Ho, R Plomin*, JC DeFries*. Selective placement in adoption. Social Biology 26, 1-6 1976 RC Johnson, J Park, JC DeFries*, GE McClearn*, MP Mi, MN Rashad, SG Vandenberg, JR Wilson. Assortative marriage for specific cognitive abilities in Korea. Social Biology 23, 311-316. 1973 TW Klein, JC DeFries*. Racial and cultural differences in sensitivity to flickering light. Social Biology 20, 212-217. Government Money: Grants and Fellowships From http://ibgwww.colorado.edu/~defries/researchgrants.html NICHD--"Determinants of Behavioral Development in Children" (renewal), 6/1/03-5/31/07, $844,292, Principal Investigator. NIH-NIDCD–“Longitudinal Twin Study of Reading Disability,”02/15/02-01/31/07, $1,396,834, CoInvestigator. NIH/NIMH–“Validity of DSM-IV ADHD Subtypes in a Community Sample,” 09/10/01-08/31/06, $1,679,145, Co-Investigator. NIH/NICHD–“Behavior Genetic Analyses of Executive Functions,” 06/01/01-05/31/06, $1,133,060, CoInvestigator.

NIH/NICHD–“Longitudinal Twin Study of Early Reading Development,” 03/15/00-02/28/05, $2,372,158, Co-Investigator. NIH/NICHD–"Learning Disabilities Center, Differential Diagnosis in Learning Disabilities," 12/01/0011/30/05, Center $6,282,789, Principal Investigator. NIH/NIAAA–"NYS Family Study: Problem Alcohol Use and Problem Behavior," 09/30/00-08/31/05, $4,683,070; Subcomponent to the Institute for Behavioral Genetics: $913,189, Co-Investigator. NIH/NICHD–"DSM-IV ADHD in an Ethnically Diverse Community Sample," 08/15/00-07/31/05, $1,075,000, Co-Investigator. NIH/NIMH–"Transition into Early Adolescence: Twin/Adoption Study," 03/01/00-11/30/03,$729,546, Co-Investigator. NICHD–"Nature and Nurture in Social Demography: An Adoption Study," 8/1/98-5/31/03, $963,232, Principal Investigator. NICHD--"Determinants of Behavioral Development in Children" (renewal), 6/1/98-5/31/03, $1,065,838, Principal Investigator. NIAAA–"Alcohol Research Center: Genetics Approaches to the Neuropharmacology of Ethanol. Comp 2, Animal Core," 12/1/97-11/30/02, $913,189, Co-Investigator. NIDA-"Antisocial Drug Dependence: Genetics and Treatment, Comp III “A Longitudinal Adoption Study of Adolescent Substance Experimentation," 8/1/97-6/30/02, $435,074, Co-Investigator. NIMH–"QTL Analysis of Fear-Related Behavior in Rodents," 6/1/97-5/31/00, $497,205, Principal Investigator. NICHD--"A Twin/Adoption Study of Development in Middle Childhood," 6/1/96-5/31/99, $279,452, CoInvestigator. William T. Grant Foundation--"Origins of Successful and Unsuccessful Transitions to Adulthood: The Colorado Adoption Project (CAP)," 6/1/98-5/31/01, $315,995, Co-Investigator. NICHD--"Differential Diagnosis in Learning Disabilities" (Learning Disabilities Center/renewal ),12/1/9511/30/00, $4,256,875, Director. NICHD--"Research Training--Developmental Behavioral Genetics" (renewal), 7/1/95-6/30/00, $567,840, Faculty. NIMH--"Research Training--Biological Sciences" (renewal), 7/1/94-6/30/99, $535,061, Program Director. MacArthur Foundation--"The MacArthur Longitudinal Twin Study: A Proposal to Study Individual Differences in Adaptation Processes and Outcome at Seven years"; 7/1/93-6/30/98; $1,361,820, Principal Investigator.

NIMH--"Transition into Early Adolescence" (renewal), 12/10/94-11/30/99, $260,437, Co-Investigator. NICHD--"Determinants of Behavioral Development in Children" (renewal), 6/1/93-5/31/98, $670,621, Principal Investigator. NIAAA--"Animal Models" component of "Genetic Approaches to the Neuropharmacology of Ethanol" (CU Alcohol Research Center/renewal), 12/1/92-11/30/97, $694,695, Co-Investigator. NIDA--"Behavioral Genetic Studies of Drug Abuse Vulnerability", (Drug Abuse Research Center/renewal), 9/1/92-7/31/97, $2,704,730, Program Director. NIAAA--"Mapping of Genes Predisposing to Alcohol Sensitivity", 8/1/92-7/31/96, $626,893, CoInvestigator. NIAAA--"Behavioral Pharmacogenetics of Drug and Alcohol Abuse", 1/1/92-12/31/96, $861,672; CoDirector. NICHD--"An Adoption Study of Development in Middle Childhood" (renewal), 6/1/91- 5/31/96, $555,370, Co-Investigator. MacArthur Foundation--"Longitudinal Assessment of 5-Year-Old Twins: The MacArthur Longitudinal Twin Study," 1/1/91-12/31/95, $174,311, Principal Investigator. NICHD--"Differential Diagnosis in Learning Disabilities" (Learning Disabilities Research Center), 9/30/9011/30/95, $3,358,574, Principal Investigator. NICHD--"Research Training--Developmental Behavioral Genetics" (renewal), 7/1/90-6/30/95, $562,680, Faculty. NIMH--"Research Training--Biological Sciences" (renewal), 7/1/89-6/30/94, $280,456, Program Director. NIDA--"Behavioral Genetic Studies of Drug Abuse Vulnerability" (Drug Abuse Research Center), 9/30/88-3/31/92, $865,893, Principal Investigator. NICHD--"Determinants of Behavioral Development in Children" (renewal), 9/1/88-5/31/93, $544,715, Principal Investigator. NICHD--"Differential Diagnosis in Reading Disability" (renewal), 7/1/88-6/30/92, $1,171,529, Program Director. NIMH--"The Colorado Adoption Project: Adolescent Mental Health," 7/1/88-6/30/93, $781,280, CoInvestigator. NIAAA--"Animal Models" component of "Genetic Approaches to the Neuropharmacology of Ethanol" (CU Alcohol Research Center/renewal), 12/1/87-11/30/92, $283,027, Co-Investigator. NIAAA/NIDA--Pharmacogenetics of Alcohol and Drug Abuse," 1/1/87-12/31/91, $623,222, Associate Program Director.

MacArthur Foundation--"Genetic Change and Continuity During the Transition from Infancy to Early Childhood: A Longitudinal Twin Study," 7/1/86-6/30/93, $2,447,871, Principal Investigator. CU/CRCW--Faculty Fellowship, 9/1/90-12/31/90, $45,187. NICHD--"An Adoption Study of Development in Middle Childhood", (renewal) 6/1/89-5/31/91, $162,919, Co-Investigator. NICHD--"Determinants of Behavioral Development in Children" (renewal), 9/1/85-8/31/88, $229,648, Principal Investigator. NSF--"Genetic and Environmental Influences on Family Relationships," 7/15/85-6/14/88, $180,000, CoInvestigator. NICHD--"Research Training--Developmental Behavioral Genetics," 7/1/85-6/30/90, $556,424, faculty. NICHD--"Differential Diagnosis in Reading Disability" (renewal), 7/1/85-6/30/88, $1,018,954, Program Director. Spencer Foundation--"Determinants of Behavioral Development in Early Adolescence," 6/1/855/31/88, $170,000, Principal Investigator. MacArthur Foundation--"Etiology of Physical and Mental Health Problems During the Transition Period," 6/1/85-5/31/86, $8,328, Co-Investigator. NIMH--"Research Training--Biological Sciences" (renewal), 7/1/84-6/30/89, $264,005, Program Director. NICHD--"An Adoption Study of Development in Middle Childhood," 6/1/84-5/31/89, $473,687, CoInvestigator. W.T. Grant Foundation--"Stress and Coping in the Early School Years," 4/1/84-3/31/85, $23,000, Principal Investigator. NIAAA--"Animal Models" component of "Genetic Approaches to the Neuropharmacology of Ethanol" (CU Alcohol Research Center), 12/1/82-11/30/87, $178,000, Investigator. MacArthur Foundation--Colorado Node of "Research Network on the Transition from Infancy to Early Childhood," 9/1/82-8/3l/87, $400,000, Co-Investigator. NICHD--"Determinants of Behavioral Development in Children" (renewal), 9/1/82- 8/31/85, $377,309, Principal Investigator. NICHD--"Differential Diagnosis in Reading Disability" (renewal), 7/1/82-6/30/85, $985,161, Program Director. NIMH--"Research Training--Biological Sciences," 8/1/81-6/30/84, $l34,480, Program Director.

NIDA--"Drug Abuse: Mechanisms, Pharmacogenetics and Behavior," 1/1/81-12/31/86, $721,500, Associate Director. CU/CRCW--Faculty Fellowship, 9/1/79-5/31/80, $29,173. NICHD--"Differential Diagnosis in Reading Disability," 7/1/79-6/30/82, $630,785, Program Director. W.T. Grant Foundation--"Videotaped Analysis of Behavioral Development of Adopted Infants," 5/1/784/30/79, $19,900, Co-Investigator. NICHD--"Determinants of Behavioral Development in Children," 4/1/77-3/31/82, $521,319, Principal Investigator. W.T. Grant Foundation--"A Pilot Prospective Adoption Study of Behavioral Development," 11/1/7510/31/76, $13,900, Co-Investigator. NIGMS--"Research Training in Behavioral Pharmacogenetics," 7/1/75-6/30/80, $173,476, Faculty. NIMH--"Research Training--Biological Sciences," 7/1/74-6/30/79, $539,613, Faculty. Spencer Foundation--"Genetic Analysis of Reading Disabilities," 8/1/73-7/31/76, $140,000, Principal Investigator. NSF & NICHD--"Genetic and Environmental Bases of Human Cognition," 6/1/72-5/31/77, $1,278,832, Co-Investigator. CU/CRCW--Faculty Fellowship, 1/1/71-5/31/71, $7,750. NIMH--"Research Training--Biological Sciences," 7/1/68-6/30/73, $625,501, Faculty. NIGMS--"Studies in Mouse Behavioral Genetics," 9/1/66-8/31/72, $750,317, Co-Investigator. NIGMS--"Genetics of Quantitative Behavior," 9/1/64-8/31/69, $115,943, Principal Investigator. PHS--Fellowship in Genetics (University of California, Berkeley), 10/1/63-8/31/64, $5,000. NIGMS--"Genetic Effects of Radiation on Biometrical Traits," 2/1/61-1/31/65, $63,344, Co-Investigator.

Dejean, Cristina B 2004 Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Instituto de Ciencias Antropológicas, Sección Antropología Biológica, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2009 Enviado para su publicación a la revista FR Carnese, SA Avena, ML Parolin, C Dejean. Gene admixture estimation through genetic markers and demographic data in a sample from Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area. Biodemography and Social Biology De Jong, Prof. Gordon F Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State U 2009-2011 1970 GF De Jong. Demography and research with high altitude populations. Social Biology 17(2):114-9 1970 GF De Jong. Book review of William Peterson, Population (1969) in Social Biology 17, 1

Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5T32HD007514-12 De Jong, Gordon F Pennsylvania State University Family Demography Training Del Pinal, Jorge H 1979 School of Public Health, University of California, Los Angeles 1979 Judith Blake, JH Del Pinal. Predictors of family-size preferences, 1945-1977: A multivariate analysis. Social Biology 26(4):302-13 Demeny*, Paul Member 1974 Population Council: 1973-(2011); editor/founder/ editorial board member, Population and Development Review, the journal of the Population Council 1975-2011; (Distinguished Scholar (19892011); Director, Center for Policy Studies; vp 1973-1988; East-West Population Institute (Now East West Center – Population and Health), Honolulu, Hawaii, Founder, Director; Population Association of America, President, 1986 Where did low, low fertility come from? Demeny, Paul. The economic rationale of family planning programs. Center for Policy Studies Working Paper, No. 133, Aug 1987. 34 pp. Population Council, Center for Policy Studies: New York, New York. In Eng. "This paper discusses the main rationale for government interest in the provision of contraceptive technology through voluntary family planning programs in less developed countries: that of enhancing economic development. The discussion is organized under headings that identify two distinct if interrelated functions governments aim to perform in this domain: that of promoter of economic growth and that of provider of human welfare. The first function rests on macroeconomic arguments that suggest that slowing aggregate rates of demographic expansion will accelerate economic growth. The second function invokes benefits captured directly by the persons and their families who use the services offered by family planning programs. A concluding section comments on the possible need for government to set the stage for success in performing these functions by acting as an engineer of social change." From http://popindex.princeton.edu/browse/v54/n1/f.html Dempster*, Prof. Everett R. Member 1956, 1974 1903-1992; Univ. of California, Berkeley (Dept. of Genetics 1935-, Prof. 1955-70, Chmn. of Dept. 196471, Emeritus 1970-1992; ASHG, Member 1954 Derieg, Myles 2004 Columbia University 2004 Myles Derieg, Heather Downey, Glen Geher. Required Parental Investment and Mating Patterns: A Quantitative Analysis in the Context of Evolutionary Stable Strategies. Social Biology 51, 1-2 DeRubeis, Prof. Robert John 1978 Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis 1978 DT Lykken, A Tellegen, RJ DeRubeis. Volunteer bias in twin research: The rule of two-thirds. Social Biology 25, 1-9.

Desai, Rajendra G 1963 Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto 1962 RG Desai, WP Creger. Blood groups, secretor phenomenon, and gastric cancer in various ethnic groups. Eugenics Quarterly 9, 1 Desai*, S. F. Member (Foreign) 1956 Parsi Punchayet Office, Bombay, India 1956 Descalzi*, Mario Edgardo Member 1974 Rochester General Hospital, New York 1974 De Silva, W Indralal 1998 Demography, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka 1998 WI De Silva. Puerperal morbidity: a neglected area of maternal health in Sri Lanka. Social Biology 45(3-4):223-45. 1996 WI De Silva. Reproductive change in Sri Lanka: analysis of intermediate variables, 1982 and 1987. Social Biology 43(3-4):242-56. 1992 WI De Silva. Achievement of Reproductive Intentions in Sri Lanka, 1982-1985. A Longitudinal Study. Social Biology 39(1-2):123-138. Desnick*, Robert J Member 1974 Dept. Pediatrics, Univ. Minnesota Hospitals, Minneapolis 1974 De Vos, Susan U Wisconsin-Madison, Center for Demography and Ecology 2005, 2009-2011 and Center for Demography of Health and Aging 2009-2011; 1978 Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Population Council, PDR 2005 S De Vos. On Classifying Race in Brazil: Example from a Study of the Functional Ability of Older People (60+). Social Biology 52 (1-2): 73-84 (the assistance of the U Wisconsin-Madison Center for the Demography of Health and Aging funded by NIA Center Grant P30 AG17266 and of U WisconsinMadison Center for Demography and Ecology funded in part by NICHD Center grant HD05876 is acknowledged) 1991 S De Vos. The One-Person Household in Latin America: A Brief Note. Social Biology 38(3-4):277280. 1980 S De Vos. Women's Role Orientations and Expected Fertility: Evidence from the Detroit Area, 1978. Social Biology 27:130-137 Dewey*, William J. Member 1974; U Wisconsin Dexter*, Lewis A Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 1956 Lewis A Dexter. Heredity and Environment Re-explored. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 88-93

Dey*, Deborah Member 1974 Dhillon*, T. S. Member 1974; Hong Kong Diamantis*, Basil Member 1974 Diamond, Ian 2009 Chief Executive, Economic and Social Research Council, England; 2009 U Southampton (England), Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, Opportunities and Choices Programme. 2000 Monica Magadi, Ian Diamond, Roberto Nascimento Rodrigues. The Determinants of Delivery Care in Kenya. Social Biology 47, 3-4 Background: The Opportunities and Choices programme is based in the Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute at the University of Southampton, UK. The programme is operated and organised in cooperation with the following collaborators: * Centre for Sexual Health Research, University of Southampton * Marie Stopes International, UK The Opportunities and Choices Programme is a Knowledge programme funded by the Department for International Development.
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JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2009 MA Magadi, AO Agwanda. Determinants of transitions to first sexual intercourse, marriage and pregnancy among female adolescents: evidence from South Nyanza, Kenya. Journal of Biosocial Science 41(3):409-27. 2001 M Magadi, I Diamond, N Madise. Analysis of factors associated with maternal mortality in Kenyan hospitals. Journal of Biosocial Science 33: 375-389. 2003 M Magadi, I Diamond, N Madise, P Smith. Pathways of the determinants of unfavourable birth outcomes in Kenya. Journal of Biosocial Science 36(2):153-176. 2001 M Magadi, N Madise, I Diamond. Factors associated with unfavourable birth outcomes in Kenya. Journal of Biosocial Science 33: 199-225. More from Southampton group 2000 M Magadi, N Madise, R Rodrigues. Frequency of timing of antenatal care in Kenya: Explaining the variations between women of different communities. Social Science and Medicine 51(4): 551-561. 2003 M Magadi, E Zulu, M Brockerhoff. The inequality of maternal health in urban sub-Saharan Africa. Population Studies 57(3):349-368. Diaz, Gerardo 1993 Mevenca, Caracas, Venezuela 1993 K Jaffe, D Urribarri, GC Chacon, G Diaz, A Torres, G Herzog. Sex-linked strategies of human reproductive behavior. Social Biology 40:1-2, 61-73 Dice*, Prof. Lee Raymond Dir. 1952-71; Member 1974 1887-1977; U Michigan-Ann Arbor: Zoology (Emeritus) 1965, Institute of Human Biology 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 1965 LR Dice, PJ Clark, RI Gilbert. Relation of Fertility to Religious Affiliation and to Church Attendance in Ann Arbor. Eugenics Quarterly 12:102-11 1964 LR Dice, PJ Clark, RI Gilbert. Relation of Fertility to Education in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1951-54. Eugenics Quarterly 11:30-45 1964 LR Dice, PJ Clark, RI Gilbert. Relation of Fertility to Occupation and to Income in the Male Population of Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1951-54. Eugenics Quarterly 11:154-67 1960 LR Dice. Resources of Mental Ability: How Can the Supply of Superior Ability Be Conserved and Perhaps Increased?" Eugenics Quarterly 7, 1 (Ginsburg) 1958 LR Dice. The Structure of Heredity Counseling Services. Eugenics Quarterly 5 (1958): 40. 17 Dicker, Lois 1978 M Dicker, L Dicker. Genetic counseling as an occupational specialty: a sociological perspective. Social Biology 25(4):272-8 Dicker, Marvin 1978 M Dicker, L Dicker. Genetic counseling as an occupational specialty: a sociological perspective. Social Biology 25(4):272-8 Dight, Charles F.

Member 1929, 1930 Hitler supporter; Founder, Dight Institute

Letter of support from Charles Dight to Adolf Hitler 1933 Doblhammer, Prof. Gabriele (Doblhammer-Reiter) Referee. Social Biology Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany 1997-(2012); Associate Editor, Demographic Research 2012; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012 Professor for Empirical Methods and Demography, U Rostock Executive Director of the Rostock Center for the Study of Demographic Change (A joint research institution of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and the University of Rostock 2006(2009) 2000 Joseph Lee Rodgers*, G Doblhammer, R Rau. Seasonality of birth in nineteenth and twentieth century Austria. Social Biology 47, 3-4 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2003 Roland Rau, Gabriele Doblhammer. Seasonal mortality in Denmark: the role of sex and age. Demographic Research 9, 9 Dobzhansky*, Prof. Theodosius Director 1964-73; Chairman Board of Directors 1969-75 1900-1975; Rockefeller University 1962-1971; ASHG, Member 1954 1976 Theodosius Dobzhansky Memorial Fund. Social Biology 23, 2 1973 T Dobzhansky. Is Genetic Diversity Compatible with Human Equality? [First Presidential Address, Behavior Genetics Association] Social Biology 20, 3 and at Behavior Genetics Association April 6, 1973 and reprinted 1999 in Social Biology 46(3-4):219-27. 1972 T Dobzhansky. The Ascent of Man. Social Biology 19, 4: 367-78 1969 Book Review. Social Biology 16, 3 1967 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 14, 1 1964 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 11, 2 and Symposium Summary from Cold Spring Harbor. Eugenics Quarterly 11, 4 1963 T Dobzhansky. Genetics of Race Equality. Eugenics Quarterly 10:151-60

1959 I. Michael Lerner, Theodosius Dobzhansky, Hermann J. Muller. Genetics today and “the origin of species”. Eugenics Quarterly 6, 4 Dodge*, Cleveland E. Member 1956, 1974 Relation of Frederick Osborn*; Phelps Dodge Corp., NYC 1910-1967 (v.p. 1924-61); Those wealthy families which had supported eugenics in the Twenties and Thirties by and large dropped their membership following The Nazi atrocities. The Dodge-Osborn-Phelps connection is one of the exceptions. Dodge*, Mrs. Cleveland E. Member 1930 Dodge*, Cleveland H. (Patron, Second International Congress of Eugenics 1921; wife, Committee of Reception and Entertainment, Second International Congress of Eugenics 1921)); Member 1930; (Sustaining Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932 Dodge*, Mrs. Geraldine R. Member 1930 Dodge*, Raymond Member 1925, 1930 Dodoo, Prof. Francis N Ghana born, working in US University of Ghana, Regional Population Institute 2011; Population Research Institute, Penn State U 2003-2011 1992 FN Dodoo. Female Education, Age, Parity, and Reproduction Cessation in Ghana. Social Biology 39(1-2):102-108 Doherty MD, Richard A 1978 Pediatrics, Obstetrics, and Genetics, Rochester Regional Program for Prenatal Detection of Birth Defects, University of Rochester, New York 1978 RR Sell, KJ Roghmann, RA Doherty. Attitudes toward abortion and prenatal diagnosis of fetal abnormalities: implications for educational programs. Social Biology 25(4):288-301 Dohrenwend, BP 1979 Psychiatry, Columbia University, New York City 1979 BS Dohrenwend, BP Dohrenwend II Gottesman, B Link, R Neugebauer. Epidemiology and genetics of schizophrenia. Social Biology 26(2):142-53. Dohrenwend, BS 1979 School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York City 1979 BS Dohrenwend, BP Dohrenwend, Irving I Gottesman, B Link, R Neugebauer. Epidemiology and genetics of schizophrenia. Social Biology 26(2):142-53. Dollard*, Charles Member 1956

1907-1977; Carnegie Corp 1939-1955, President 1948-1955 Domingue, Benjamin W 2010 School of Education, U Colorado, Boulder 2010 JD Boardman, Casey L. Blalock, Robin P. Corley, Michael C Stallings, Benjamin W Domingue, Matthew B McQueen, Ying Lu, Tom Crowley, John K. Hewitt, and Samuel H Field. Ethnicity, body mass, and genome wide data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 Donald*, Lynda J. Member 1974; Canada, University of Western Ontario Donnell*, Dr. George N Member 1974 Dorn*, Prof. Harold F Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 Population Association of America, President, 1957-58 1958 HF Dorn. Darwin Revisited. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 3 Dorus*, Elizabeth Member 1974 1978 Psychiatry, University of Chicago 1978 E Dorus, John Gillespie. Incidence of 47, XYY Males: Implications of the Production of 47, XYY Offspring by 47, XYY Males. Social Biology 25, 2 Dowd PhD, Jennifer Beam CUNY, Institute for Demographic Research 2009-2011; PhD 2004 Office of Population Research, Princeton U 2009 Noreen Goldman*, Jennifer Dowd. Considering the Addition of Metabolic and Cardiovascular Markers to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):140-158. Paper presented at the Scientific Assessment of Biomeasures in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Conference at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in December 2009 Background “the interaction of social and biological factors over the life course, in particular how stress and immune function link social factors to later life health outcomes” Government Funding Dr. Dowd is currently funded by the NIH to study Stress and Immune Function in Health Disparities (Project Number: 5R21NR011181-02 †) with collaborators at the University of Michigan and the Biodemography of Health, Social Factors and Life Challenges (Project Number: 2R01AG016790-11 †) with Princeton University All quotes from http://web.cuny.edu/academics/centers-and-institutes/cidr/affiliates/facresearch.html#dowd (Viewed Jan 30, 2010) Downey, Heather J 2004 State University of New York, New Paltz

2004 Heather J Downey, Glen Geher, Myles Derieg. Required Parental Investment and Mating Patterns: A Quantitative Analysis in the Context of Evolutionary Stable Strategies. Social Biology 51, 12 Drake*, L. F. V. Member 1956 Draper*, Wickliffe P Member 1930, 1956 Founder/Funder, Pioneer Fund; the Pioneer Fund has sponsored the “research” which underlies the assertion of an African-American genetic inequality (Shuey, Eyesenck, Jensen, Bouchard, Rushton); Patron, American Society of Human Genetics 1954 Background: *imagine+ “what the state of knowledge in behavioral sciences would be today, minus things funded by or associated with the Pioneer Fund and the scientists it has supported?” (Weyher 1999, p. 321) and then imagine those same behavioral sciences evaluating the African-American old and deciding on treatment or non-treatment. Eugenics, according to the President of the Pioneer Fund in 19998 means “the improvement of the hereditary qualities of the human race, both by promoting the fertility of healthy and productive individuals and by discouraging the fertility of the sick and dependent” (Weyher 1998, p. 354; bolded by Eugenics Watch). This information comes from the online article: 2002 “Toward a Racial Abyss: Eugenics, Wickliffe Draper, and the Origins of the Pioneer Fund”. Michael G. Kenny. Journal of History of the Behavioral Sciences 38(3), 259–283 Drigotas, Prof. Stephen M Carolina Population Center, UNC (frequently published with JR Udry*); 1999 Sothern Methodist University 1994 SM Drigotas, J Richard Udry*. Biosocial Models of Adolescent Problem Behavior: Extension to Panel Design. Social Biology 40:1-7. Drinker*, Mrs. Henry S. Member 1956 Driver, Aloo E 1983 Sociology, American International College, Springfield, Massachusetts 1983 Aloo E Driver, Edwin D Driver. Social class and height and weight in metropolitan Madras. Social Biology 30, 2 Driver, Edwin D U Massachusetts-Amherst, Sociology 1960, 1981, 2009-2011, Emeritus 2009-2010 1983 Aloo E Driver, Edwin D Driver. Social class and height and weight in metropolitan Madras, Social Biology 30, 2:189-204 1981 Edwin D Driver. Social Class and Fertility in Metropolitan Madras. Social Biology 28 (1-2):30 1960 ED Driver. Fertility Differentials among Economic Strata in Central India. Eugenics Quarterly 7, 2 Dronamraja, Krishna R b. Andhra Pradesh, India; student of JBS Haldane who was a English Communist geneticist; US researcher; Registered Sex Offender (Reported by Texas State)

Foundation for Genetic Research, Houston, Texas 2009 Honorary Visiting Professor, Andhra University, India 2009 Center for Demographic and Population Genetics, University of Texas Health Service Center, Houston, Texas 1987 Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical School, Medical Genetics 1964 Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta (studied under JBS Haldane) 1960 1987 Afterthoughts on Haldane. Social Biology 34(1-2):119-21. 1967 Caste and consanguinity in Andhra Pradesh. Eugenics Quarterly 14(3):238-40

From Foundation for Genetics Research website run by Dronamraju, viewed Sept. 2009 Dryden*, Horace W.

Member 1956 Dryfoos, Joy 1980 Alan Guttmacher Institute 1980 P Cohen, L Belmont, J Dryfoos, Z Stein, S Zayac. The effects of teenaged motherhood and maternal age on offspring intelligence. Social Biology 27(2), 138–154. Background: b. 1925 “was research director for Planned Parenthood Federation of America and later for Alan Guttmacher Institute when it became an independent research institute. Using census data, Dryfoos developed a formula that is still used today to estimate the number of women at risk of unwanted pregnancy.” From Introduction to oral history on Joy Dryfoos at Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College Dubinin, Nikolai Petrovich 1907-1998; Moscow, Russia 1971 NP Dubinin. Genetics: successes and prospects. Social Biology 18(3):311-4 1968 NP Dubinin. As the geneticist sees it. Eugenics Quarterly 15(2):144-5. Dublin*, Louis L. (Member, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932); Member 1956 Ducharme*, Prof. Member 1974; Canada Dumars*, Kenneth Member 1974 Duncan, Elizabeth Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 Duncan*, Otis Dudley Director 1967-72; v.p. 1969-72; Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1975 An American Dilemma (Research – 1940’s) Population Association of America, President, 1968-69 Population Studies Center, U Michigan U Arizona-Tucson 1968, (1982) OD Duncan. Ability and Achievement. Social Biology 29, 1-2 reprint from 1968 Eugenics Quarterly 15(1):1ff, March 1964 OD Duncan. Residential Areas and Differential Fertility. Eugenics Quarterly 11, 2 1959 1969 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 6, 3 Dunn, Bruce E 1988 Psychology, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada 1988 H Lytton, D Watts, BE Dunn. Stability of genetic determination from age 2 to age 9: A longitudinal twin study. Social Biology 35, 1-2 Dunn, Frances E 1961 Brown University

1961 JB Bresler, Frances E Dunn, Helen L Urquhart, Elmer R Smith. The Human Biology of Academic Potential: A Proposed Investigation. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 1 [This investigation was supported by a research grant, B-2356, from the National Institute of Neuro1ogical Diseases and Blindness, Public Health Service] Dunn* MD, Dr. Halbert L. Member 1956 Duntley, Joshua D 2005 Richard Stockton College, Pomona, New Jersey; 2004 Florida Institute of Technology 2004 TK Shackelford, JD Duntley. Toward an evolutionary forensic psychology. Social Biology 51, 34:161-165 and see 2004 “A reply to Duntley, Shackelford and Tittle”, by Lee Ellis* in Social Biology 51, 3-4:171 Dutt, James S MA and PhD Student of PT Baker* at U Penn, Anthropology: PhD Thesis 1976 Altitude and Fertility: The Bolivian Case. 1980 Altitude and fertility: the confounding effect of childhood mortality--a Bolivian example. Social Biology 27(2):101-13 Duttagupta, C 1994 Biochemistry Research Unit and Biometry Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India 1994 M Chattopadhyay, S Bandyopadhyay, C Duttagupta. Biosocial factors influencing women to become prostitutes in India. Social Biology 41 (3/4): 252-259 Duvall, Henrietta J 1964 Mathematical Statistician, Consultation Section, Biometrics Branch, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), NIH 1964 BZ Locke, H Duvall. Migration and mental disease. Eugenics Quarterly 11:216-221 Dyck, Prof. Arthur James Book Review, Social Biology; Dyck has maintained a consistent ethic of life which is completely incompatible with eugenic society membership. Mary B. Saltonstall Professor of Population Ethics, Harvard School of Public Health, July 1, 1969 – 2005, Emeritus 2005 Director, Kennedy Interfaculty Program in Medical Ethics, Harvard University since July 1971. 1972 Review of Euthanasia and the Right to Death: The Case for Voluntary Euthanasia, ed., A. B. Downing, in Social Biology, June 1972. Dyke*, Prof. Bennett Member 1974; Dir. 1975-77; Referee 1975, 1976 Pennsylvania State University, Anthropology 1980 ER Brennan, B Dyke*. Assortative mate choice and mating opportunity on Sanday, Orkney Islands. Social Biology 27(3):199-210, 1980 1976 JW MacCluer*, B Dyke*. On the minimum size of endogamous populations. Social Biology 23(1):1-12 1971 B Dyke*. Potential Mates in a Small Human Population, Social Biology 18 (1): 28 (1971)

Dyson-Hudson*, V. R. Member 1974 Earle*, Mabel L. (Member, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Member 1930, 1956; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932); (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) relation of Frederick Osborn* Easterlin, Prof. Richard A USC: Population Research Lab (now being rebuilt as Population Research Center 2011) 2009 and Economics 2009-2011; PhD University of Pennsylvania 1953 Population Association of America, President, 1978 Population Council, PDR 1984 Eileen M Crimmins*, Richard A. Easterlin. The Estimation of Natural Fertility: A Micro Approach. Social Biology 31(1), 160-170 1979 RA Easterlin, MO Schapiro. Homicide and fertility rates in the United States: a comment. Social Biology 26(4):341-3 Eaves, Lindon Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University, Psychiatry 2009-2011 and Director, Virginia Institute for Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics 2011 1977 H Lytton, NG Martin, L Eaves. Environmental and genetical causes of variation in ethological aspects of behavior in two-year-old boys. Social Biology 24(3):200-11. 2010: Lindon J Eaves, Amanda Frost-Keller, Peter K Hatemi. The Source of Donations to Political and Charitable Groups [The Donation Gene] and Lindon J Eaves, Bradley Verhulst. The Structure of American Political Ideology: Disentangling the importance of psychological predispositions and socially constructions in the organization of political attitudes [The Tea Party Gene] at Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference, U Colorado and see 2010. “A Genome-Wide Analysis of Liberal and Conservative Political Attitudes.” by Lindon J Eaves; Nicholas G Martin q.v.; Peter K Hatemi; Nathan A Gillespie ; Brion S Maher; Sarah E Medland; David C Smyth; Harry N Beeby; Scott D Gordon; Grant W Montgomery; Ghu Zhu; Edna Byrne; Bradley T Webb; Andrew C Heath. Journal of Politics (forthcoming) [The European Socialist Gene] JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1977 NG Martin, LJ Eaves, HJ Eysenck. Genetical, environmental and personality factors influencing the age of first sexual intercourse in twins. Journal of Biosocial Science 9(1):91-7. 1976 L Eaves, J Kasriel. The zygosity of twins: further evidence on the agreement between diagnosis by blood groups and written questionnaires. Journal of Biosocial Science 8(3):263-6. Ebanks, Prof. G Edward University of Western Ontario, Population Research Center (now Population Studies Centre) 1996, 2009-2011 and Sociology 1990, 1996, Emeritus 2009-2010 1973 B Ram, GE Ebanks. Stability of Unions and Fertility in Barbados. Social Biology 20, pp. 143-150 1971 GE Ebanks. Family planning among health clinic patients in Barbados. Social Biology 18(2):13747.

Eberstein*, Prof. Isaac W Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, Board 2006-(2011) Class of 2007 Director, Center for Demography & Population Health (formerly Center for the Study of Population), Florida State University 2009 2008 CB Nam*, Isaac Eberstein*, Kathleen Heyman. Causes of Death and Mortality Crossovers by Race. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 2: 1989 CB Nam*, IW Eberstein*, LC Deeb. Sudden infant death syndrome as a socially determined cause of death. Social Biology 36, 1 Eckland*, Prof. Bruce K Pres. 1972-75, Dir. 1968-82; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976, 1980 University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 1970 BK Eckland. New mating boundaries in education. Social Biology 17: 269-277 1968 BK Eckland. Theories of mate selection. Eugenics Quarterly 15, 2 and Social Biology 29, 7-2 1 (reprinted in 1981 as one of the most frequently cited articles of Social Biology) Edey, H 1973 AJ Sobrero, KL Kohli, H Edey, JE Davis, R Karp. A vasectomy service in a free-standing family planning center: one year's experience. Social Biology 20(3):303-7 Edgerton, Robert B UCLA: Anthropology 1962, 1984, 2011 Emeritus 2011, PhD 1960; mental retardation and anthropology 1962 G Sabagh, RB Edgerton. Sterilized mental defectives look at eugenic sterilization. Eugenics Quarterly 9:213-22 Edmonston*, Barry Member 1974; Social Biology book reviewer 1984 University of Victoria, Canada, Sociology 2011; Director of the Population Research Center and Professor in the School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University 2005; PhD Michigan 1974 1990 B Edmonston. Interruption of Breast feeding by Child Death and Pregnancy. Social Biology 37(34):233-50. 1984 Review of Herman Hollerith: Forgotten Giant of Information Processing in Social Biology 31, 1-2 1974 Book Review. Social Biology 28, 3 Edwards, G Franklin Howard U, Sociology 1972 G Bogue, GF Edwards. How to get along without race in demographic analysis. Social Biology 18(4):387-96 Edwards*, John A. Member 1974 Edwards, John N Virginia Tech, Sociology 1994, 2011 (Emeritus) 1992 John N Edwards, Theodore D Fuller, Santhat Sermsri, Sairudee Vorakitphokatorn. Household Crowding and Reproductive Behavior. Social Biology 39:212-230 Edwards*, Robert H.

Member 1974 Eggebeen, David J Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University 1993-(2011) 1992 DJ Eggebeen. Changes in sibling configurations for American preschool children. Social Biology 39, 27-44. Ehrhardt*, Anke A. Dir. 1986-88 Founding Director of the HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University 1987-2011 (co-director, Zena Stein, Emeritus 2011) Worked with John Money (see John Money entry q.v.; John Money, Anke Ehrhardt. Man & Woman, Boy & Girl: Gender Identity from Conception to Maturity. 1972, 1996 Ehrman*, Prof. Lee Member 1974; Director 1976-1978, 1986-88, 1993-94; Referee, Social Biology 1979 SUNY-Purchase 2011; Rockefeller U 1977 (1999) Lee Ehrman. “Richard H. Osborne, retiring editor: an appreciation, 1977”, reprinted in Social Biology 46(3-4):192-3. Eitinger*, Leo Member (Foreign) 1967, 1974; Norway Ekouevi, Koffi Universitaire de Treichville, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire 1991 K Ekouevi, SP Morgan. Note on the reliability and validity of mothers’ retrospective reports of their children’s birthweights. Social Biology 38(1-2): 140-145 Ekwo MD, Edem E 1983 U Iowa Hospitals 1985 BF Seals, EE Ekwo, RA Williamson, JW Hanson. Moral and religious influences on the amniocentesis decision. Social Biology 32, 1-2 El Attar, M. A. Member 1974 el-Attar, Mohamed E 1973 ME el-Attar. Differential Fertility in the Arab Republic of Egypt. Social Biology 20:323-34 el-Saadani, Somaya American U in Cairo, Social Research Center 2009; former consultant for the Cairo Demographic Center, the Center for Applied Demography and Human Resources, Cairo University 2000 Somaya El-Saadani. High Fertility Does Not Cause Spontaneous Intrauterine Fetal Loss: The Determinants of Spontaneous Fetal Loss in Egypt. Social Biology 47, 3-4 Elam*, Mr. Edgar H. Member 1956 Eldridge*, Hope T.

Member 1956 Eliot, Pres. Charles Advisory Council 1923-26 Pres., Harvard Univ. 1869-1909 Elizondo, Silvia (E Elizondo) 1993 Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Aix-en-Provence, France 1993 E Crognier, C Bernis, S Elizondo, C Varea. The patterns of fertility in a Berber population from Morocco. Social Biology 34, 192-199 Elliott*, Richard M. Member 1930, 1956 St. Paul, Minnesota 1956 Ellis*, Prof. Lee Dir. 1993-94; Member 1987-(2003) Minot State U 1984, 2004-2011; PhD, Florida State U, Criminology; Mankind Quarterly 2004 Lee Ellis. Sex, Status, and Criminality: A Theoretical Nexus”, and “A Reply to Duntley, Shackelford, and Tittle. Social Biology 51, 3-4 2002 Lee Ellis, Steven Bonin. Social status and the secondary sex ratio: new evidence on a lingering controversy. Social Biology 49, 1-2 2001 Lee Ellis. The biosocial female choice theory of social stratification. Social Biology 48, 3-4 Mankind Quarterly 1989 Lee Ellis. Sex hormones, r/k selection, and victimful criminality. Mankind Quarterly 29, 4 Ellis, Walter S 1978 Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson; University Pennsylvania 1973 1976 Walter S Ellis, John Friedl. Inbreeding as Measured by Isonymy and Pedigrees in Kippel, Switzerland. Social Biology 23:158-161 Ellison*, Prof. Peter T Dir. 1996-99 Harvard: 1983-2011, Dept. Anthropology (Chair 1992-1998), Prof. Anthropology and Human Evolutionary Biology 2003-2011, PhD 1983 Anthropology, Harvard; Associate Editor, Journal of Biosocial Science 1994-2011 1977 J Hartung, P Ellison. A Eugenic Effect of Medical Care. Social Biology 24:192-99 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1992 PT Ellison*, GR Bentley*, RC Bailey, MR Jenike, AM Harrigan, NR Peacock. The ecology of birth seasonality among agriculturalists in central Africa. Journal of Biosocial Science 24:393-412 Background: 1977 An implication about human mating systems. J Hartung - Journal of theoretical biology, 1977 – Elsevier “ I thank Peter Ellison, Irven DeVore (Anthropology, Harvard), RL Trivers (Biology, Harvard), RD Alexander (Zoology, University of Michigan) and GC Williams (Biology, SUNY at Stony Brook) for their suggestions and or encouragement” Elmadjian*, Fred

Member 1974 NIH (Chief, Bio Research section, National Institute of Mental Health, NIMH; Clinical Research Branch DERP 1974) Elmer, Glaister 1986 Book review. Social Biology 33, 3-4 Elo*, Prof. Irma T Dir. 2000-08 Class of 2001 (Elo’s 2008 CV lists self as Director 1999-2004; IRS Form 990N- 2006 lists her as director 2006; Social Biology 2008 lists her as director) University of Pennsylvania: Graduate Group in Demography 2009-2011 and Population Studies Center 1996, 2009 (Director 2009-11) and Sociology 2012; PhD 1990 Princeton (Public Affairs and Demography) Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 1998 Irma Elo*, Jon Hussey. Cause-specific Mortality among Older African Americans: Correlates and Consequences of Age Misreporting. Social Biology 1993 Irma Elo*, LM Grummer-Strawn. Changes in Breastfeeding Duration in Peru. Social Biology 40: 224-243. Government Money 2011 NICHD 5R24HD044964-08 Elo, Irma T. University of Pennsylvania Population Research Center 2010 NICHD 5R21HD060175-02 Elo, Irma T. University of Pennsylvania Explaining Black-White Differences in Avoidable Mortality, 1980-2005 And 2010 NICHD 5R24HD044964-07 Elo, Irma T. University of Pennsylvania Population Research Center Elston PhD, Prof. Robert C Referee, Social Biology 1975 Case Western Reserve 1995-2011: Director, Division of Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology 2009 and Epidemiology and Biostatistics 2009-11 Chair; developed Statistical Analysis for Genetic Epidemiology Software (SAGE); Louisiana State University Medical Center, Biometry, New Orleans 1983; University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, School of Public Health, Biostatistics 1971 1977 RCP Go, RC Elston, FM Salzano. Association and linkage between genetic markers and morphological and behavioral attributes in dizygotic twins. Social Biology 24(1):62-8. 1973 RC Elston. Discussion: Methodologies in human behavior genetics. Social Biology 20(3):276-9 1972 A Pakstis, S Scarr-Salapatek*, RC Elston, R Siervogel. Genetic contributions to morphological and behavioral similarities among sibs and dizygotic twins: Linkages and allelic differences. Social Biology, 19:185-192. Post-Doctoral students: KK Namboodiri q.v.; RM Siervogel q.v.; RCP Go q.v. Emanuel, Irvin

Referee, Social Biology 1978, 1979 Embree, Bryan G 1996 University of Western Ontario, Population Studies Centre 1999 ML De Wit, BG Embree, D De Wit. Determinants of the risk and timing of alcohol and illicit drug use onset among natives and non-natives: similarities and differences in family attachment processes, Social Biology 46(1-2):100-21. Enlinger, Edward 1987 Minneapolis Health Department, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1987 Ingrid Swenson, D Erickson, E Enlinger, S Swaney, G Carlson. Contraceptive Practices and Fertility Among South East Asian and Black and White Mother Attending a Maternal Infant Care Program. Social Biology 34, 47-56 Ensminger*, Douglas Member (Foreign) 1956 d. 1989; Ford Foundation, New Delhi, India 1951-1970 Epstein, Elizabeth 1987 Psychology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut 1987 EE Epstein, R Guttman. Further possible causes of assortative mating: husband superiority or theory inferiority? Response to James’ Comments. [WH James of the Galton Laboratory q.v.], Social Biology 34:1-21-2, 116-118 1984 E Epstein, Ruth Guttman*. Mate selection in man: Evidence, theory and outcome. Social Biology, 31: 243-278 Erickson, Deanne 1987 School of Nursing and Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1987 Ingrid Swenson, D Erickson, E Enlinger, S Swaney, G Carlson. Contraceptive Practices and Fertility Among South East Asian and Black and White Mother Attending a Maternal Infant Care Program. Social Biology 34, 47-56 Eriksson*, Aldur W. Member 1974 Folkhälsan Institute of Genetics, Population Genetics Unit, Helsinki, Finland 2004, 2009, 2011; ForsiusEriksson syndrome 2011 Johan Fellman, Aldur W. Eriksson*. Temporal Trends in the Secondary Sex Ratio in Nordic Countries. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:143-154 2009 Johan Fellman, Aldur W Eriksson*. Temporal and Regional Variations in the Seasonality of Births in Åland (Finland), 1653–1950. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1 2001 J Fellman, AW Eriksson*. Regional, temporal, and seasonal variations in births and deaths: the effects of famines. Social Biology 48(1-2):86-104. Erlenmeyer-Kimling*, Prof. L (Niki) Director 1971-72; Secretary 1972-73; Director 1973-75; Pres. 1976-78; Director 1979-84, 1992-1994; Referee, Social Biology 1975-78 New York State Psychiatric Institute 1976 L Erlenmeyer-Kimling*. Schizophrenia: a bag of dilemmas. Social Biology 23(2):123-34.

1971 II Gottesman*, L Erlenmeyer-Kimling*. A foundation for informed eugenics. Social Biology Supplement: Differential Reproduction in Individuals with Mental and Physical Disorders 18: 1-8. (Ginsburg) 1965 John D Rainer, L Erlenmeyer‐Kimling*, Arthur Falek*, Lissy F Jarvik, Diane Sank. Tribute to Franz J Kallmann 1897-1965. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 2 Erwin, V Gene U Colorado, Institute of Behavior Genetics 2003 and Alcohol Research Center 1983, (Director 19922002) 1985 VG Erwin. Genetic influences on acquisition of tolerance to alcohol. Social Biology 32:3-43-4, 222-228 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] Espenshade, Thomas J Referee, Social Biology 1979 Office of Population Research, Princeton U 2011 Everett, Bethany 2012 University Colorado Boulder, Institute of Behavior Genetics, Population Program 2012 Richard G Rogers*, Robert A Hummer*, Bethany G. Everett, Anna Zajacova. Educational Degrees and Mortality in the United States. Biodemography and Social Biology 58(1):80-99 Everett*, Herbert L. Member 1974 Everson, Philip 1994 Department of Anthropology, Western Washington University, Bellingham, (Research Associate 2011) 1994 J Stevenson, P Everson, L Rogers. Changes in fertility relative to starting, stopping, and spacing behaviors in a migrating Mennonite community, 1775-1889. Social Biology 41(1-2):83-95 Ewbank*, Douglas Dir. 2000-08 Class of 2001 University of Pennsylvania, Graduate Group in Demography 2009-2011 and Population Studies Center and Sociology (Emeritus 2011) and Principal Investigator, Population Aging Research Center 2011 (Development of Methods for Applying Demographic Synthesis to Large Genome Scans 2009); Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Population Council, PDR Ewer, Phyllis Referee, Social Biology 1978, 1979 Faden PhD, MPH, Ruth R Johns Hopkins U: School of Hygiene and Public Health, Dept. Health Policy and Management 1985, 1987, 2011; Director, Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics 2011; Philip Franklin Wagley Professor in Biomedical Ethics 2011; Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown U 1987, Senior Research Scholar 2011 1986 GA Chase, RR Faden, NA Holtzman, AJ Chwalow, CO Leonard, C Lopes, K Quaid. Assessment of risk by pregnant women: Implications for genetic counseling and education. Social Biology 33:57-64.

Fairchild*, Dr. David (General Cttee, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Advisory Council 1923-35; (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) Marston Bates/ Alexander Graham Bell relative Fairchild*, Prof. Henry Pratt - Advisory Council 1923-27; sec./treas. 1926-28; v. p. 1926-28; Pres., 1929-31; Director 1926-51 Population Association of America, President, 1931-35 Helped found Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 1940 as a way to build race in a democracy. Intention: show Hitler that his goal of race building could be achieved with birth control and without death control. 1940 gave keynote speech on "Race Building in a Democracy" to Birth Control Federation of America (BCFA) and the National Committee on Planned Parenthood during 1940 annual meeting of BCFA Birth Control Review, Consulting Editor 1940 1947 Race and Nationality as Factors in American Life -- Planned Parenthood and Race Building in 1940: "The Annual Meeting: [1940] "The ANNUAL MEETING of the Birth Control Federation of America ... will be, in effect, a three day forum on Race Building in a Democracy. It will also mark the opening of the 1940 campaign of the Federation under the auspices of a National Committee for Planned Parenthood. ... The program includes the presentation of papers showing the relationship of birth control to other efforts to improve the quality of people in the United States.... "RACE BUILDING IN A DEMOCRACY: A SYMPOSIUM "Seven vital phases of this subject, each of major importance, will be presented on Tuesday afternoon, January 23rd. Professor Henry Pratt Fairchild ... will preside. Mrs. Louis de B. Moore q.v. is in charge of arrangements for this part of the meeting... LUNCHEON AND OPENING OF CAMPAIGN The luncheon on Wednesday, January 24th, will be an outstanding event of the ANNUAL MEETING. ... [at this luncheon] Professor Henry Pratt Fairchild will discuss further the subject of "Race Building in a Democracy" and Dr. Woodbridge E. Morris [q.v.] will speak on the subject of "A National Program for the United States" The meeting will mark the opening of the Federation's1940 financial campaign... "Professor Fairchild, summarizing the addresses of the Symposium presented January 23rd, will evaluate the significance of a birth control program in relation to other important social efforts to improve the general welfare. "Dr. Morris, speaking on the national program, will discuss how the Federation is prepared to assist in the application of the principles of planned parenthood to the broad program of Race Building.... "CAMPAIGN NEWS "... A new development of the [Birth Control Federation of America] campaign this year ... is the effort now under way to enlarge the Citizens Committee into a National Committee for Planned Parenthood. ... everything promises an auspicious public launching of the effort [to enlarge the Citizens Committee into a National Committee for Planned Parenthood] at the annual luncheon to be held at the Hotel Roosevelt, Wednesday, January 24th " [the luncheon where Professor Fairchild and Dr. Morris were to speak on race building and planned parenthood] (Birth Control Review, January 1940, pp. 39-40) Falek* PhD, Arthur Social Biology: editor 1977-80, Referee 1976

Human & Behavior Genetics Research Lab., Georgia Mental Health Inst., 1256 Briarcliff Dr., Atlanta 1974; Medical Genetics, New York State Psychiatric Institute 1965; ASHG, Member 1954 1974 A Falek, S Britton. Phases in Coping: The Hypothesis and Its Implications. Social Biology 21, 1 1973 A Falek. “Methodologies in Human Behavior Genetics", Symposium of Human Behavior Genetics Association in Social Biology 20, 3 1971 A Falek. Differential Fertility and Intelligence: Current Status of the Problem. Social Biology 18 Supp.: S50-S59. (Ginsburg) 1965 Book review 1965 John D Rainer, L Erlenmeyer‐Kimling, Arthur Falek, Lissy F Jarvik, Diane Sank. Tribute to Franz J Kallmann 1897-1965. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 2 1962 LF Jarvik, Arthur Falek. Genetics. Eugenics Quarterly 9:117-23. Falkner, Frank 1957 Assistant Professor of Child Health, School of Medicine, University of Louisville 1957 Frank Falkner. The potential contribution of longitudinal twin studies; an appraisal. Eugenics Quarterly 4, 2 Falls MD*, Prof. Harold Francis Member 1956 1909-2006; ophthalmology, genetics; Heredity Clinic, U Michigan 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 1954 HF Falls, JV Neel. The Detection of Carriers of Recessive Genes. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 3. From First UN sponsored World Population Conference, Rome 1954 Fang, Fu 2008 SUNY-Albany: Biometry and Statistics and Environmental Health Sciences, SUNY-Albany 2008 Timothy Gage, Fu Fang, Howard Stratton. Modeling the Pediatric Paradox: Birth Weight by Gestational Age. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 (was supported by NICHD grant HD37405) Fang, Xiou Ling 1997 Qingdao Health Center for Women and Children, Qingdao, China 1997 B Xu, P Rantakallio, MR Järvelin, XL Fang. Sex differentials in perinatal mortality in China and Finland. Social Biology 44(3-4):170-8. Farley*, Prof. Reynolds Member 1974 Univ. Michigan-Ann Arbor: Population Study Center, 1974-2011 (Emeritus) and Sociology 2011 (Emeritus) Population Association of America, President, 1988 Population Council, PDR 1971 R Farley. Indicators of Recent Demographic Change among Blacks. Social Biology 18, 4 Faul PhD MPH, Jessica CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed University of Michigan Ann Arbor: MPH 1999-2001, Health and Retirement Study 2002-2004; PhD, Epidemiology, School of Public Health 2004-2008, Institute for Social Research, A Regula Herzog Investigator 2007, Assistant Research Scientist 2008-2011 Feinberg, William E 1968 Sociology and Anthropology, University of Cincinnati, Ohio

1968 RG Potter, JM Sakoda, WE Feinberg. Variable fecundability and the timing of births. Eugenics Quarterly 15(3):155-63 Feldman, Prof. Marcus W Stanford U: Marcus Feldman Lab, Biological Sciences, 2010-11 (“Our group uses mathematical modeling techniques in order to study problems in evolutionary biology” from http://wwwevo.stanford.edu/ viewed Jan. 6, 2010) and Director, Morrison Institute for Population and Resource Studies (1986-2011, Paul Erhlich, Shripad Tuljapurkar* on faculty), Human Genome Diversity Project 2000, 2005; Santa Fe Institute 2011 2005 (2009) Xiaoyi Jin, Shuzhuo Li, Marcus Feldman. Marriage Form and Age at First Marriage: A Comparative Study in Three Counties in Contemporary Rural China. Social Biology 52, 1-2 (partly supported by Program for New Century Excellent Talents in Universities, Ministry of Education, China) 2001 S Li, MW Feldman, N Li. A comparative study of determinants of uxorilocal marriage in two counties of China. Social Biology 48(1-2):125-50 1981 RA Price, KH Chen, LL Cavalli-Sforza, MW Feldman. Models of Spouse Influence and their Application to Smoking-Behavior. Social Biology 28 (1-2): 14-29 Journal of Biosocial Science 2004 MW Feldman, S Li, C Zhu. Gender differences in child survival in contemporary rural China: a county study. Journal of Biosocial Science 36: 83—109 And see also work on Human Genome Diversity Project, e.g., 2005 Feldman Marcus, Rosenberg NA, Mahajan S, Ramachandran S, Zhao C, Pritchard JK (2005) Clines, clusters, and the effect of study design on the inference of human population structure. PLoS Genet 1(6): e70 online http://rosenberglab.bioinformatics.med.umich.edu/papers/clinesclusters.pdf [The first author in the article is Rosenberg but in order to make sure that readers of this list find that Feldman is one of the authors I have put him first. Many citations of this article say “et al” and do not mention Feldman] Meaning of the Human Genome Diversity Project: “By helping to frame the ways in which human genetic variation is conceptualized, an understanding of the genetic structure of human populations can assist in inferring human evolutionary history, as well as in designing studies that search for disease-susceptibility loci” sidebar in 2005 Feldman, Marcus, Rosenberg NA, Mahajan S, Ramachandran S, Zhao C, Pritchard JK (2005) Clines, clusters, and the effect of study design on the inference of human population structure. PLoS Genet 1(6): e70 Feldman, Prof. S Shirley 2002 Stanford U, California 2002 Shirley Feldman, Warren Miller, DJ Pasta. The effect of the nurturant bonding system on child security of attachment and dependency. Social Biology, Special Issue: The Biodemography of Fertility and Longevity 49, 125-159 Fellman, Johan Department of Genetic Epidemiology, Folkh lsan Institute of Genetics, Helsinki, Finland 2009, 2011 2011 Johan Fellman, Aldur W. Eriksson*. Temporal Trends in the Secondary Sex Ratio in Nordic Countries. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:143-154 2009 Johan Fellman, Aldur W. Eriksson*. Temporal and Regional Variations in the Seasonality of Births in Åland (Finland), 1653–1950. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1

2001 J Fellman, AW Eriksson*. Regional, temporal, and seasonal variations in births and deaths: the effects of famines. Social Biology 48(1-2):86-104. Felsenstein, Prof. Joseph U Washington-Seattle, Genetics ( now Genome Sciences) 1967-(2011) 1968 JF Crow*, J Felsenstein. The effect of assortative mating on the genetic composition of a population. Eugenics Quarterly 15: 85-97(1-2) (and Social Biology 29 reprinted) Ferak, V 1968 Anthropology and Genetics, Comenius University, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 1968 V Ferák, Z Lichardová, V Bojnová. Endogamy, exogamy, and stature. Eugenics Quarterly 15(4):273-6. Ferguson, Brodie D. Stanford U, Human Ecology Evolution and Health, Graduate student working with JH Jones 2008-11 2006 BD Ferguson, James Holland Jones. Excess male death leads to a severe marriage squeeze in Colombia, 1973-2005. Social Biology 53, 3-4:140-151 Ferguson*, Mrs. Robert Dir. 1958-62 Fernandez, RR 1970 GW Lasker, RR Fernandez. PTC tasting and dental caries. Social Biology 17(2):140-1 Fernando PhD, Rajulton University of Western Ontario: Population Research Center (now Population Studies Centre) Director 2011 and Sociology, Emeritus 2010-11 2006 Z Ravanera, Fernando Rajulton, Thomas K Burch. Men's life course trajectories: Exploring the differences by cohort and social class. Social Biology 53, 3-4 2003 SO Gyimah, Rajulton Fernando. The effects of infant deaths on the risk of subsequent birth: A comparative analysis of DHS data from Ghana and Kenya. Social Biology 49:44-57 1992 C Cheng, Rajulton Fernando. Determinants of fertility decline in China 1981: an analysis of intermediate variables. Social Biology 39:15-26. 1992 ML De Wit, Rajulton Fernando. Education and timing of parenthood among Canadian women: a cohort analysis. Social Biology 39(1-2):109-22 Fernquist, Prof. Robert M MS 1990 Sociology, Brigham Young University; PhD 1996 Sociology, Indiana U; Central Missouri State University 2003, 2010 1990 PR Kunz, RM Fernquist. Physiognomic homogamy: a study of parents and children. Social Biology 37, 3-4 Feyisetan, Bamikale J Office of Population Research, Princeton U 1990; Demography and Social Statistics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria 1997; Population Council 2000; Alan Guttmacher Institute 2002 1990 Postpartum Sexual Abstinence, Breastfeeding, and Child Spacing among Yoruba Women in Urban Nigeria. Social Biology 37:110-127 Figueredo PhD, Prof. Aurelio Jose

University of Arizona-Tucson, Psychology 2009-2011 Director, Graduate Program in Ethology and Evolutionary Psychology 2009 Center for Insect Science (CIS) at the University of Arizona 2009 Promoting JP Rushton’s racist theory, teaching students 2011 Pedro S A Wolf, Aurelio José Figueredo. Fecundity, Offspring Longevity, and Assortative Mating: Parametric Tradeoffs in Sexual and Life History Strategy. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:171183 2010 AJ Figueredo, JA Sefcek. A life-history model of human fitness indicators. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 1 2004 Aurelio Jose Figueredo, Stephanie MR Schneider, Geneva Vásquez, Barbara Brumbach. The Heritability of Life History Strategy: The K-Factor, Covitality, and Personality. Social Biology, v. 51, 3-4 and see 2007 Aurelio José Figueredo q.v., Geneva Vásquez q.v., Stephanie MR Schneider q.v, Barbara Brumbach. The K-Factor, Covitality and Personality: A Psychometric Test of Life History. Human Nature 18, No. 1, pp. 47–73. see B. Brumbach q.v. for abstract and background) Field, Samuel H 2010 FPG Child Development Institute, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2010 JD Boardman, Casey L Blalock, Robin P Corley, Michael C Stallings, Benjamin W Domingue, Matthew B McQueen, Ying Lu, Tom Crowley, John K Hewitt, Samuel H Field. Ethnicity, body mass, and genome wide data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 Figueroa, H Departamento de Biología, Universidad de Chile, Valparaiso, Chile 1971 1978 B Lazo, C Campusano, H Figueroa, J Pinto-Cisternas, E Zambra. Inbreeding and immigration in urban and rural zones of Chile, with an endogamy index. Social Biology 25(3):228-34 1971 J Pinto-Cisternas, C Salinas, C Campusano, H Figueroa, B Lazo. Preliminary migration data on a population of Valparaíso, Chile. Social Biology 18(3):305-10 1970 B Lazo, H Figueroa, C Salinas, C Campusano, J Pinto-Cisternas. Consanguinity in the province of Valparaiso, Chile, 1917-1966. Social Biology 17, 167-179 Finch, Prof. Brian Karl RAND: Labor and Population 2009 and Center for Population Health and Health Disparities 2010; San Diego State U, Sociology 2005-2010 and Director, Center for Health Equity Research and Policy 2000 B Finch, R Frank, R Hummer*. Race/Ethnic Disparities in Infant Mortality: The Role of Behavioral Factors. Social Biology 47(3-4): 244-263 Finch, Caleb 2011 Sarinnapha Vasunilashorn, Caleb E. Finch, Eileen M. Crimmins*, Suvi A. Vikman, Jonathan Stieglitz, Michael Gurven, Hillard Kaplan*, Hooman Allayee. Inflammatory Gene Variants in the Tsimane, an Indigenous Bolivian Population with a High Infectious Load. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 33-52. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 Findley, Prof. Sally E Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia U 2010; Brown U, Population Studies and Training Center PhD 1986

1984 SE Findley, RG Potter, TW Findley. Alternative strategies of fetal sex diagnoses and sex preselection. Social Biology 31(1-2):120-39. Findley MD, Thomas W Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence 1987 1984 SE Findley, RG Potter, TW Findley. Alternative strategies of fetal sex diagnoses and sex preselection. Social Biology 31(1-2):120-39. Fine, A 1973 A Fine, IB Pless. Family planning and population control. Social Biology 20(4):416-20 Abstract: “The majority of recipients of Planned Parenthood services are not intending family sizes in keeping with what the future requires. Only the young, unmarried, or nulliparous women are planning in accordance with population implications in mind. Small family size preferences should be fostered in all American women if voluntary family planning alone is to end population growth. The extension of voluntary family planning services to all American women would be a magnificent social achievement. Nonetheless there is no current evidence that the attainment of such a goal would alter the desires and intentions of American couples to bear more children than the already uncertain future might allow.” From http://www.popline.org/docs/258862. Finkel*, David T. Member 1974 Anthropology, Adelphi Univ., New York 1974 Finkel PhD, David J Anthropology, Adelphi U, New York 1975 1983 ML Finkel, DJ Finkel. Public policy and adolescent sexual behavior in the United States. Social Biology 30(2):140-50. Finkel MPH, PhD, Prof. Madelon Lubin Public Health, Cornell U Medical College 1990, 2010 1983 ML Finkel, DJ Finkel. Public policy and adolescent sexual behavior in the United States. Social Biology 30(2):140-50. [Understanding the mammography controversy: science, politics, and breast cancer . By Madelon Lubin Finkel 2005. This is a very interesting book published in 2005 which explains the controversy over screening for breast cancer, a controversy which erupted in public in 2009 with a recommendation that women under fifty not be screened annually. This recommendation meant that screening would not be covered by insurance. The enduring interest of the book lies in Chapter Six where Professor Finkel explains the faults in all the studies of the effectiveness of screening for breast cancer. Despite the money, despite the interest, despite the high profile of the issue – the studies were not well done. This chapter, “What Does the Research Show,” should be studied closely because it shows that we cannot simply accept mantras such as “studies have shown”. It takes science quite a while to reach a scientific conclusion and the process includes errors committed by honest hardworking scientists, and detected by other scientists, followed by discussion, new experiments (or new ways to evaluate medical effectiveness), more error, more discussion, new experiments and so on. This is a process that can be fossilized or politicized or both as happened with the climate issue. The same thing could (I almost want to say will) happen when the government intervenes in health care and starts rationing. One thing is certain: the danger to science is most acute when the issue is most important to society.

Finley MD, PhD*, Wayne H. Member 1974 Laboratory of Medical Genetics, Univ. of Alabama, Birmingham 1974, 1991, 1994 (2010 “Cell culture and karyotyping facility used for prenatal detection of genetic disorders.” No mention of search for treatment or cure) Finnegan*, Michael Member 1974 Anthropology, Kansas State Univ., Manhattan, Kansas (1973-2010) Finnigan III*, Oliver D. Member 1974 US AID, Philippines 1974; Population Council: Taiwan 1972, Korea 1968 Firschein*, I Lester Member 1956, 1974 Institute for Human Variation, Columbia University 1957; New York University Medical Center, NYC 1964; human geneticist 1959 IL Firschein, JD Rainer. Mating and Fertility Patterns in Families with Early Total Deafness. Eugenics Quarterly 6, 2 Fischer, C 1976 NE Morton, WT Stout, C Fischer. Academic Performance in Hawaii. Social Biology 23: 13. Fischer*, Karen W. Member 1974 Fischman*, Harlow K. Member 1974 Dept. Medical Genetics, New York State Psychiatric Institute 1974, 1989 Fisher*, Prof. Irving Society Founder 1922; Pres., 1922-26; v.p. 1929; Director 1923-40; Member 1930, 1946 1924 When the American Eugenics Society Inc. was formed, it was called the Committee on Eugenics of the United States. Irving Fisher, head of the Committee, wrote to Katherine Davis q.v. that the purpose of the Committee was to "stem the tide of threatened race degeneracy" and to protect the United States against "indiscriminate immigration, criminal degenerates, and race suicide" (quoted in Mehler, "Sources in the Study of Eugenics", Mendel Newsletter, Nov., 1978) Fisher, Lawrence VA Medical Center, Fresno, California 1979; Psychiatry, U Rochester 1978 1979 L Fisher, PT Rowley, M Lipkin Jr. Predicting immediate outcome of genetic counseling following screening. Social Biology 26(4):289-301. Fitzgerald RN PhD, Maureen H School of Occupation and Leisure Sciences, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia 2003 1992 Is lactation nature's contraceptive? Data from Samoa. Social Biology 39(1-2):55-64

1990 JM Hanna, MH Fitzgerald, JD Pearson, A Howard. Selective migration from Samoa: a longitudinal study of pre-migration differences in social and psychological characteristics. Social Biology 37(34):204-14 Fix, Prof. Alan G Referee, Social Biology 1980 U California-Riverside, Anthropology 1970-(2005), Emeritus 2009 1981 Endogamy in Settlement Populations of Semai Senoi: potential mate pool analysis and simulation, Social Biology 28: 62-74 Flanagan, Prof. Constance University of Wisconsin Madison, School of Human Ecology, Interdisciplinary Studies 2011; Pennsylvania State University: Youth Civic Development, Department of Agricultural and Extension Education 1995-(2010) and Center for Family Research in Diverse Contexts 2010 and Population Research Institute 2009-2011 2009 “Women's Access to Health Care in Ghana: Effects of Education, Residence, Lineage and SelfDetermination” w/ John Boateng, Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 Background - An example of how the Society recruits: John Boateng is Constance Flanagan’s student 2006 John Boateng, Dissertation Grant for “Social Change, Urbanization and Women’s Health: Issues of Women’s Access to Health and Attitudes towards Gender Norms in Ghana”, Penn State, College of Agricultural Sciences. 2006 John Boateng wins Kozak Award, Phi Delta Theta, Jacobs SRA Travel grant. Fleshman RN, MPH, Catherine V Health Programs Management, Green Valley, Arizona 1991 1991 Comment on "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome as a socially determined cause of death". Social Biology 38(1-2):155-6; discussion 157. Fletcher, Jason M 2011 Jason D Boardman*, Jason M Fletcher. Introduction to the Special Issue [of Biodemography and Social Biology] on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 1-2. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 2011 George L. Wehby, Jason M. Fletcher, Steven F. Lehrer, Lina M. Moreno, Jeffrey C. Murray, Allen Wilcox, Rolv T. Lie. A Genetic Instrumental Variables Analysis of the Effects of Prenatal Smoking on Birth Weight: Evidence from Two Samples. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 3-32. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 Fletcher, John C Referee, Social Biology 1980 Fletcher*, Joseph Member 1956, 1978 1905-1991; Founder, situation ethics; Planned Parenthood Federation; Euthanasia Society; Association for the Study of Abortion; Hemlock Society; Society for the Right to Die; Association for Voluntary Sterilization; Soviet-American Friendship Society

Fliess, Kenneth H U Nevada, Anthropology 1993, 1996, 2000; Population Research Center, University of Texas at Austin 1988 1991 Mortality transition among the Wends of Serbin, Texas, 1854-1884: changes in pattern of death from parochial records. Social Biology 38(3-4):266-76 (based on PHD Dissertation) Flint*, Marcha Member 1974 Anthropology, Montclair State College, New Jersey 1974, Emeritus 2009 [Multidisciplinary perspectives on menopause / edited by Marcha Flint, Fredi Kronenberg, and Wulf Utian. New York Academy of Sciences 1990 Florez, Carmen Elisa Columbian 1990 Dennis P Hogan, CE Flores. Women's Status and Infant Mortality in Rural Colombia. Social Biology 37:188-203 Fogel*, Prof. Seymour Member 1956 d. 1993; ASHG, Member 1954; U California-Berkeley, Genetics (Chmn. Dept. 1969-1980); helped advance the understanding of the genetics of human reproduction and evolution Foley*, Fenwick D. Member (Foreign) 1956; Canada Fong, Monica S b. 1942; World Bank - socio-economist and women in development specialist in the Agriculture Operations Division of Country Department lII, Middle East and North Africa Region 2000 1976 Female labor force participation and fertility: Some methodological and theoretical considerations. Social Biology 23(1) Folsom*, Prof. Joseph K. Director 1937-54; v. p. 1947-49; Member 1956 Sociology, Vassar College 1939-45, 1954 1954 JK Folsom. The Burgess-Wallin Report: A contribution to Eugenics. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 2 (a discussion of Burgess*, Ernest W., and Wallin, Paul, Engagement and Marriage, Lippincott, Chicago, 1953) Foote, Nelson N Director, Family Study Center, University of Chicago 1954, 1956; Cornell U 1951 1954 Changes in American marriage patterns and the role of women. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 (From First UN sponsored World Population Conference, Rome 1954) Forbes*, William R. Member 1974 Biology, Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania 1974, 1980

Ford, Thomas R University of Kentucky 1962, demography, rural sociology 1974 WB Clifford, TR Ford. Variations in value orientations and fertility behavior. Social Biology 21(2):185-94. Forrest*, Jacqueline Darroch (aka Jacqueline Darroch at Alan Guttmacher Institute 2011) Dir. 1995-1999; Referee, Social Biology 1978 Alan Guttmacher Institute: 1978-2011; interim President 2003; Director of Research 1978-1988; vp for research 1988-2002; vp for Science 2002-2004 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, associate director for reproductive health 2004 to 2006 1978 Jacqueline Darroch Forrest, JA Ross. Fertility effects of family planning programs: a methodological review. Social Biology 25(2):145-163 Background: 2010 Lead story on Guttmacher site shows US Policy on Family Planning Unchanged by Population Crash

Secretary Clinton strongly endorses global reproductive health investments

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, on January 8, declared the U.S. government’s renewed support for and dedication to international family planning and reproductive health programs during a major speech commemorating the 15th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development. She noted that investing in women—including by helping them time and space their pregnancies and by providing pregnancy-related care—“is essential to the prosperity and opportunity of all, to the stability of families and communities, and the sustainability and development of nations“

Secretary Clinton strongly endorses global reproductive health investments

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, on January 8, declared the U.S. government’s renewed support for and dedication to international family planning and reproductive health

programs during a major speech commemorating the 15th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development. She noted that investing in women—including by helping them time and space their pregnancies and by providing pregnancy-related care—“is essential to the prosperity and opportunity of all, to the stability of families and communities, and the sustainability and development of nations … Secretary Clinton’s strong endorsement of family planning and reproductive health care as core components of U.S. global health and development policy came as the Obama administration readies its signature Global Health Initiative, which aims to revamp U.S. health and development assistance worldwide. The Initiative will feature the reduction of unintended pregnancies and improved maternal and child health as two of four main pillars. U.S. efforts to improve the lives of women and newborns globally received another major boost December 16, 2009, when President Obama signed into law a spending bill for 2010 that appropriates $593.5 million for international family planning and reproductive health assistance and $549 million for maternal health and child survival programs, considerable increases over 2009 funding levels. In addition, the U.S. contribution to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) will increase by $5 million to $55 million. From http://www.guttmacher.org/ Home Page (viewed January 21, 2010) Forsius MD*, Dr. Henrik Member 1969 (Foreign) b. 1921; head of population genetics, Folkhälsan Institute of Genetics, Helsinki 1986-; Oulu University Eye Hospital, Finland 1969; Forsius-Eriksson syndrome Forste, Prof. Renata Brigham Young University, Dept of Sociology 1995-2011, Chmn. (2006-2011) Population Council, PDR 1998 R Forste, Tim Heaton*. Education as Policy: The Impact of Education on Marriage, Contraception, and Fertility in Colombia, Peru, and Bolivia. Social Biology 45, 3-4 1995 R Forste. Effects of lactation and contraceptive use on birth-spacing in Bolivia. Social Biology 42, 1-2, 108-123 Forthofer PhD, Ronald N 2002 Green Party candidate for Governor of Colorado

U Texas School of Public Health 1982 1976 SC Gee, ES Lee, RN Forthofer. Ethnic differentials in neonatal and postneonatal mortality: A birth cohort analysis by a binary variable multiple regression method. Social Biology 23, 3:17-325 Fosdick*, Rev. Harry Emerson Advisory Council 1923-35; Member 1930 1879-1969; Rockefeller church, Riverside; Birth Control Federation of America Fosdick*, Raymond B. Advisory Council 1925-35 1883-1972; Rockefeller Foundation 1920-36 (Pres. 1936) Foster, Prof. Andrew D Brown University: Director, Population Studies and Training Center 2011 and Economics and Graduate Program in Development 2009-2010; Graduate Group in Demography, University of California, Berkeley 1986 1986 Andrew D Foster, A Chowdhury, Jane Menken*, James Trussell. Female Reproductive Development: A Hazard Model Analysis. Social Biology 33(3-4):183-98 Government Money: 2012 NICHD 2R24HD041020-11 Foster, Andrew D Brown University R24 Population Center Grant Fraccaro, Marco ASHG, Member 1954 1926-2008; University of Pavia (Padua): Group for research in human cytogenetics supported by NATO and the University of Pavia 1962-2001; MRC Population Genetics Research Unit in Oxford (with Professor Alan Stevenson of the English Eugenics Society) 1960; Institute of Human Genetics, Uppsala, Sweden, Deputy Director 1955-1958 (under Jan Book*); Genetics Lab, U Pavia, Italy 1954

1966 Report on Colloquium on the Role and Behavior of Sex Chromosomes in Mammalian Development and Reproduction. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 2 1957 M Fraccaro. A Note on Consanguineous Marriages in Italy. Eugenics Quarterly 4, 36-39. Fraikor*, Arlene Member 1974 Wichita State U 1976 1977 Tay-Sachs Disease: Genetic Drift Among the Ashkenazim Jews. Social Biology 1977, 2 Franceschetti* MD, Dr. A. Member (Foreign) 1956 Clinique Ophtalmologique, Geneva, Switzerland 1956 Francfort*, J.J. Member 1974 France; Human genetics Francois*, Jules Member (Foreign) 1956 Oogheelkundige Klinick, Ghent, Belgium Francois*, T. Member 1974; Ghent, Belgium Frank, Reanne 2004-(2011) Ohio State University-Columbus, Sociology; 1999-2002 University Texas-Austin 2000 BK Finch, R Frank, Robert Hummer*. Race/Ethnic Disparities in Infant Mortality: The Role of Behavioral Characteristics. Social Biology 47(3-4): 244-263 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2005 Reanne Frank, Patrick Heuveline. A cross-over in Mexican and Mexican-American fertility rates: Evidence and explanations for an emerging paradox. Demographic Research 12, 4 Frankenberg, Prof. Elizabeth Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 Duke University, Sociology 2011; UCLA: Sociology 2009 and Center for Population Research 2009 and Duke University; PhD 1992 Demography and Sociology, University of Pennsylvania, Dissertation: “Infant and Early Childhood Mortality in Indonesia” (Advisor: Samuel H. Preston*); family planning program, Indonesia; RAND Government Money 2011 NICHD 5R01HD052762-05 Frankenberg, Elizabeth A Duke University Longer Term Effects of A Natural Disaster on Health and Socio-Economic Status 2010 NICHD 5R01HD052762-04 Frankenberg, Elizabeth A Duke University Longer Term Effects Of A Natural Disaster On Health And Socio-Economic Status

Fraser*, Prof. F Clarke Foreign Member 1956 (Canada); Director 1966-74; Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1975 Founder, medical genetics in Canada; ASHG, Member 1954; taught Bernard Nathanson 1956 Heredity Counseling: the darker side. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 45-51 Freedman, Prof. Deborah S Referee, Social Biology 1979, 1980 Population Council, PDR 1918-2001; U Michigan, Population Studies Center and Economics; Ronald Freedman’s wife 1981 DS Freedman, Arland Thornton, L Wallisch. Age at First Birth and Family Size: Evidence from a Longitudinal Study. Social Biology 28:217-227 Freedman*, Prof. Ronald (or “Ralph” in his first book on Taiwan but this is not the Ralph Freedman who writes on literature) Member 1974 d. 2007; 1961 Founder, Population Studies Institute, U Michigan Taiwan Population Studies Center, coordinator (1961-1964) consultant to family planning programs in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and China Population Association of America, President 1964-65 Population Council, PDR Ronald and Deborah Freedman Fund for International Population Activities established at U Michigan 2008. (Thanks to Ronald Freedman’s* population activities, Taiwan’s population is plunging toward extinction but U Michigan does not know ? does not care?) 1971 Ronald Freedman*, Anrudh K. Jain, Albert I. Hermalin*, TH Sun. Fertility after insertion of an IUCD in Taiwan's family planning program. Social Biology 18(1): 46–54 1965 R Freedman*, JY Takeshita. Studies of Fertility and Family Limitation in Taiwan. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 4 Freeman, Jean L 1977, 1975 School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1977 Karl E Bauman, Ann E Anderson, Jean L Freeman, Gary G Koch. Legal abortions, subsidized family planning services, and the U.S. ‘birth dearth’. Social Biology 24(3):183-191. 1975 Karl E Bauman, Gary G Koch, J. Richard Udry, Jean L Freeman. The Relationship between Legal Abortion and Marriage. Social Biology 22(2):117-124 Background: Has legal abortion contributed to U.S. 'birth dearth'? Family Planning Perspectives. 1972 Apr;4(2):7-8. No authors listed “PIP: Despite a 4% increase in the number of women 20-29, there were 4% fewer births in the United States in 1971 than 1970. The largest decreases, 8% in the Middle Atlantic and 7% in the Pacific states were in areas with liberal abortion laws and policies. The decline in New York was 3 times the national average. The west-south-central and mountain states both showed birth gains. Those states with greatest birth losses also have high levels of family planning activities which may have contributed to the birth decline. Economic factors in the Pacific states may have also played a role.” Freese*, Prof. Jeremy Biodemography and Social Biology, Editorial Board 2010-11

Northwestern University: Sociology 2010-2011 and Institute for Policy and Research 2010-2011; Robert Wood Johnson Scholar; Sociology, U Wisconsin; PhD Indiana U 2000 Freire-Maia, Ademar* Member 1967; Genetics, Faculty of Medicine and Biology, Univ. Sao Paulo, Brazil 1974 1974 A Freire-Maia, C Stevenson, NE Morton. Hybridity effect on mortality. Social Biology 21: 232-234 Freire-Maia, DV 1968 Does smoking affect taste sensitivity to phenylthiourea? Eugenics Quarterly 15(1):51-4. Freire-Maia, Newton Laboratory of Genetics Faculty of Philosophy, University of Paraná, Curitiba, Brazil 1957-1982 1982 N Freire-Maia. Inbreeding levels in different countries. Social Biology 29, 1-2 1970 N Freire-Maia. Abortions, chromosomal aberrations, and radiation. Social Biology 17, 2 and N Freire-Maia. Empirical risks in genetic counseling. Social Biology 17, 3 and LG Da Fonseca, N Freire-Maia. Further data on inbreeding levels in Brazilian populations. Social Biology 17, 4 1968 N Freire-Maia. Inbreeding levels in American and Canadian populations: a comparison with Latin America. Eugenics Quarterly 15, 1 1960 N Freire-Maia. Deleterious mutations in man. Eugenics Quarterly 7, 4 1958 N Freire-Maia. Consanguineous Marriages in Brazil: 1. Structure of such marriages 2. Factors of geographic distribution. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 2 1957 N Freire-Maia. (reprinted 1982) Inbreeding levels in different countries. Eugenics Quarterly 4:127:138, reprinted Social Biology 29(1-2):69-81. Freshnock, Larry Center for Health Services Research and Development, American Medical Association, Chicago, Illinois 1979 1978 L Freshnock, P Cutright. Structural Determinants of Childlessness. Social Biology 25:169-78 Freymann* MD, Prof. Moye Director 1971-72 1925-1996; 1966 Founding Director, Carolina Population Center (CPC), University of North CarolinaChapel Hill; UNC, Public Health 1966-1995 (Emeritus) “By 1976, 22 major universities in 17 nations in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America were collaborating with CPC to build their own population centers.” From http://www.cpc.unc.edu/history/history_first_decade.html Frick*, Childs Member 1956, 1965 1883-1965; wealthy son of Pittsburgh steel magnate, very important in history of department of paleontology at American Museum of Natural History Fried, Ellen Shapiro 1980 Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 1979 ES Fried, J Richard Udry. Wives’ and Husbands’ Expected Costs and Benefits of Childbearing as Predictors of Pregnancy. Social Biology 26:265-274 Friedl, Prof. John

U Tennessee-Chattanooga, Political Science and Accounting 2002-2010; Anthropology, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 1976 1976 Walter S Ellis, John Friedl. Inbreeding as Measured by Isonomy and Pedigrees in Kippel, Switzerland. Social Biology 23:158-161 Friedlander, Y Epidemiology Unit, Department of Social Medicine, Hadassah Medical Organization and Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Public Health, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem, Israel 1998; Jerusalem Lipid Research Clinic 1984 and Internal Medicine B, Hadassah University Hospital 1984 1984 Y Friedlander, JD Kark. Familial aggregation of blood pressure in a Jewish population sample in Jerusalem among ethnic and religious groupings. Social Biology 31(1-2):75-90 Friedman, Prof. Ariella Israeli; Psychology, Tel Aviv U Supports Khazar theory of origin of Eastern European Jews 1992 A Lampert, A Friedman. Sex differences in vulnerability and maladjustment as a function of parental investment: An evolutionary approach. Social Biology 39: 65-81. Friedman, Jay S Centers for Disease Control: 1986 Public Health Advisor, Division of Reproductive Health, 1981 Public Health Analyst, Program Evaluation Branch, Family Planning Evaluation Division 1990 CW Warren, HI Goldberg, L Oge, D Pepion, JS Friedman, S Helgerson, EM La Mere. Assessing the reproductive behavior of on- and off-reservation American Indian females: characteristics of two groups in Montana. Social Biology 37(1-2):69-83 Friedman*, Dr. Robert D. Member 1974 Oral Medicine, School of Dental Medicine, University of Pennsylvania 1982; Biochemistry, Temple Univ., School of Dentistry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1974 Friedmann*, Theodore Member 1974 Univ. of California School of Medicine-San Diego, La Jolla 1974-2010: Pediatrics 1974; Pediatrics, Gene Therapy Lab 2010; Lesch-Nyhan disease “The overriding interest of my laboratory is gene therapy. We are continuing our interest in the assembly and in vivo targeting of viral vectors and non-viral nanoparticle vectors. We are applying these gene transfer methods as well as microarray-based transcriptional profiling and proteomic techniques to the study of a neuro-degenerative and developmental CNS disorder. We are also using microarray and proteomic methods to characterize the developmental pathways in human embryonic stem cells that produce classes of neurons, especially dopaminergic neurons. My laboratory is also using transcriptional and proteomic techniques to examine the mechanisms of action of muscle growth factors and anabolic steroids, both in vitro and in vivo.” From http://biomedsci.ucsd.edu/faculty_descrip Friedrich, Douglas 1992 Psychology, University of West Florida, Tampa 1992 L Lieberman, LT Reynolds, D Friedrich. The Fitness of Human Sociobiology: The Future Utility of Four Concepts in Four Subdisciplines. Social Biology 39: 158–169.

Frisancho, Roberto A Referee, Social Biology 1975-77 Frisbie, Parker Referee, Social Biology 1978 Frisch*, Prof. Rose E Member 1974; Dir. 1976-1978; Member 1987; Referee, Social Biology 1975-77 Harvard: Researcher, Center for Population and Development Studies 2010 and Department of Population and International Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Emeritus 2009-2010 Population Council, PDR 1987 R Frisch. Comment on ‘Female Reproductive Development: A Hazards Model Analysis by Andrew Foster, Jane Menken, Alauddin Chowdhury and James Trussell.’ Social Biology 34, 3-4 1975 R Frisch. Demographic Implications of Biological Determinants of Female Fecundity. Social Biology 22: 17 Abstract A minimum weight for height, apparently representing a critical fat storage, must be maintained for the onset and maintenance of regular menstrual function in the human female. This paper discusses how nutrition can affect the time of attainment and level of function of each reproductive event in the female, thus affecting the length of reproductive span and reproductive efficiency. When the observed fertility rate of a population is lower than that in a well-nourished noncontracepting population, the lower fertility could be explained wholly or in part by inadequate nutrition causing delayed menarche, longer than normal adolescent sterility, irregularity or cessation of menstrual function, higher pregnancy wastage, longer lactational amenorrhea, and early menopause. From Informaworld.com [2002 Female Fertility and the Body Fat Connection 1988 "Fatness and Fertility", Scientific American, March] Frolov, Ivan T Moscow, Russia 1986 1966 Brief report: materialist dialectics and biology today. Eugenics Quarterly 13(3):258-67. [1986 Genes or culture? A Marxist perspective on humankind. Biology and Philosophy 1, 1] Background: Is “climate science” a “soviet science meaning a science dominated by politics” as shown by climate-gate? “The Soviet revolution, however, had a dramatic effect on the ethos of science, bringing the term "Soviet Science" into common usage. Its characteristics were nationalism, the use of ideology as the basis of science, conformity to authority and the principle of political loyalty, and an incredibly complicated bureaucracy. … The head of the Russian delegation, Ivan T. Frolov, is a philosopher of science and party ideologue who joined the Communist Party in 1960. He used his position at the Academy of Sciences to climb the party ladder, achieving the ultimate accolade of membership in Gorbachev's Politburo just before the Communist Party was disbanded. He spent his allotted time attacking Szawarski's view. By the 1960s, he claimed, Soviet scientists were struggling to overcome ideological constraints, but he gave no examples. He said that he was having to "defend a position against which [he] was struggling all [his] life," and that he had written a book on values and science.[3] His book consists of summaries of what others have written, linked by paragraphs such as: "All this produces new discussion. But the major factor is a clear awareness of the need for further positive

studies of the evolutionary-genetic prerequisites of man's ethical qualities on the basis of a Marxist understanding of man's social essence and with due consideration of the dialectics of social and biological factors" (p. 168). From “Vain Wisdom All, and False Philosophy”, Journal article by Richard H. Nicholson; The Hastings Center Report, Vol. 22, 1992 Frohlich*, Gary S. Member 1974; genetics counselor Frost-Keller, Amanda 2011 Peter K Hatemi, Christopher T Dawes, Amanda Frost-Keller, Jaime E Settle, Brad Verhulst. Integrating Social Science and Genetics: News from the Political Front. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 67-87. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 Fuerst*, Robert Member 1974; Eugenics Quarterly/Social Biology Book reviews 1969 (2), 1971, 1972, 1973 d. 2004; Biology, Texas Women's University, Denton 1959-2004 (1994-2004 Emeritus) Fukurai, Prof. Hiroshi 1990-2010 Sociology and Legal Studies, U California-Santa Cruz; Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University, College Station 1990 1992 H Fukurai, JP Alston. Ecological determinants of divorce: a structural approach to the explanation of Japanese divorce. Social Biology 39(3-4):257-77 1991 Japanese migration in contemporary Japan: economic segmentation and interprefectural migration. Social Biology 38(1-2):28-50 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1990 Hiroshi Fukurai, Jon Alston. Divorce in contemporary Japan. Journal of Biosocial Science 22:453464 Fulker*, Prof. David W Member 1974 1937-1998 Institute of Psychiatry, London: MRC Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre 1996-1998 (see Robert Plomin q.v.); University of Colorado-Boulder, Institute for Behavioral Genetics 1985-1995; Institute of Psychiatry, London 1975-1985; Psychology, University of Birmingham, England 1973; Pres. Behavior Genetics Association scientific racist; worked with Robert Plomin*, JC DeFries* at U Colorado, moved to London Institute of Psychiatry at same time as Plomin, died unexpectedly. 1973 DW Fulker. A biometrical genetic approach to intelligence and schizophrenia. Social Biology 20,3: 266-275. (see JP Rushton, Arthur Jensen*) Fuller*, Prof. John Langworthy Dir. 1978-80; Pres., 1982-83; Referee, Social Biology 1975 1910-1992; PhD MIT 1935; Jackson Laboratory 1947-70; SUNY, Binghamton 1970-77; 1956 first organized seminar on behavior genetics, Berkeley (JL Fuller, M Lerner, E Dempster, Jerry Hirsch, Ruth Guttman attended); Behavior Genetics 1960; one of the founders, Behavior Genetics Association 1970 (Pres. 1973); organized summer Medical Genetics course at Bar Harbor with Victor McKusick* 1960;

Studying animal behavior: autobiographies of the founders. By Donald A. Dewsbury includes a chapter by JL Fuller 1983 JL Fuller Message from the President of the Society for the Study of Social Biology: Social Biology – Whence and Whither. Social Biology 30: 112-114 (Frederick Osborn died in 1982 so this message on the Society direction is a response to the death of Osborn, a supremely important figure in post-war eugenics. Naturally the question is: “Whence and Whither after Osborn’s death?” What happened is that Richard Hazlet Osborne* dominated the scene till 1999. Under him there was a trend toward an increased interest in behavior and medical genetics as in the special issue on alcohol and genetics in 1985) 1987 book review of Progress or Catastrophe: The Nature of Biological Science and Its Impact on Human Society by Bentley Glass*, Social Biology 34, 1-2 1985 The Genetics of Alcohol Consumption in Animals. Social Biology 32, 3-4 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] 1983 Book review of Biology and the Social Sciences: An Emerging Evolution by Wiegele. Social Biology 30, 3 1981 Book Review. Social Biology 28, 3-4 1961 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 4 1961 JL Fuller*, VA McKusick*. A short course in medical genetics. Eugenics Quarterly 8:98-101. 1956 JL Fuller*. The Path Between Genes and Behavior Characteristics, Eugenics Quarterly 3, 4 1954 JL Fuller*, JP Scott*. Heredity and Learning in Infrahuman Mammals. Eugenics Quarterly 1 (1) from Genetic factors affecting intelligence: Symposium. Chairman, Frederick Osborn. The three papers in this symposium were presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Human Genetics and the American Eugenics Society at Boston, Mass., in conjunction with the meetings of the AAAS on December 29, 1953 Fuller, Prof. Theodore Daniel Sociology, Virginia Tech 1978-2011 1992 John N Edwards, Theodore D Fuller, Santhat Sermsri, Sairudee Vorakitphokatorn. Household Crowding and Reproductive Behavior. Social Biology 39:212-230 Fukurai, Prof. Hiroshi Sociology, Adlai E. Stevenson College, University of California-Santa Cruz 1994, 2010 1991 H Fukurai. Japanese migration in contemporary Japan: economic segmentation and interprefectural migration. Social Biology 38(1-2):28-50 Furstenburg, Prof. Frank Referee, Social Biology 1979 University of Pennsylvania: Sociology 1967-2011, Emeritus 2011, and Graduate Group in Demography 1980-2011 and Population Studies Center 1980-2011 Fuster, Vincente U Madrid, Anthropology 2002 Santander Cabrera, Vicente Fuster. Energy and sociality in human populations. Social Biology 49(1-2):1-12. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE

2008 V Fuster et al. Factors related to inbreeding components from isonomy in an urban population: Aranjuez (Spain). Journal of Biosocial Science 2008 Mar;40(2):239-46 2006 V Fuster et al. Causes of neonatal mortality in Spain (1975-98): influence of sex, rural-urban residence and age at death. Journal Biosocial Science 38(4):537-51. Gabriele* MD, Dr. Anthony Member 1956; New York City 1956 1955 A Gabriele. Perceived differences among twins. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 98-102 1954 A Gabriele. Twin Studies. Eugenics Quarterly, 1, 171-75 Gadjusek, D Carleton 1923-2008; NIH 1964; Nobel prize for work on Kuru and other prion diseases; criminal conviction for child sexual abuse 1962 DC Gadjusek. Kuru: an appraisal of five years of investigation. Eugenics Quarterly 9:69-74. [Kuru has similarities to AIDS, see JH Bennett q.v. for further info on these studies] Gage, Anastasia J 2009-2011 International Health and Development (now Global Health Systems and Development), School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane U (see Bertrand, Jane q.v.) 1994 AJ Gage, D Meekers. Sexual Activity before marriage in sub-Saharan Africa. Social Biology 41:4460 Gage*, Prof. Timothy Editorial Board, Social Biology 2011 Director, Center for Social and Demographic Analysis (CSDA), SUNY, Albany 2009-2011; Genetics, Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012; Pennsylvania , State U, Anthropology 1982 2008 Timothy Gage, Fu Fang, Howard Stratton. Modeling the Pediatric Paradox: Birth Weight by Gestational Age. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 (was supported by NICHD grant HD37405) Government Money 2010 NICHD 5R24HD044943-07 Gage, Timothy B State University of New York At Albany Center for Social and Demographic Analysis at the University at Albany, SUNY Galdston* MD, Prof. Iago Member 1956 1895-1989; New York Academy of Medicine (Secretary, Medical Information Bureau 1927-62) Gamble* MD, Dr. Clarence Member 1956 1893-1965; Founder, Pathfinder Fund 1957 (=Pathfinder International 1991; Nafis Sadik, Board 2010); the path to birth control; Birth Control Federation of America Inc., Regional Director for the South 1939; Cincinnati Maternal Health Clinic 1929 1958 CJ Gamble, WM Wing, Matthew Tayback ScD, FAPHA. Birth Control in a Rural Area of Puerto Rico. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 3 Background:

“In 1937, he began to fund education and distribution of birth control supplies through the North Carolina State Board of Health, making North Carolina the first state to incorporate birth control in a public health program. This influenced five nearby states—South Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and Virginia—to incorporate birth control into their public health programs.” African-American birth rate 2010 – below replacement level 1955 “the Japanese awarded Clarence the Margaret Sanger Trophy, a silver loving cup 18 inches tall, inscribed, “Clarence J. Gamble, the Benefactor of the Family Planning Movement in Japan.” *Japanese birth rate 2010 = 1.3 Gamstorp*, Ingrid Member 1974; Uppsala, Sweden Gardner*, Prof. Eldon John Member 1956, 1974; Eugenics Quarterly/Social Biology manuscript reviewer 1975, 1976 1909-1989; ASHG, Member 1954; Human Geneticist at Utah State University 1966 book review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 1 Garn, Stanley M Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976 1922-2007; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Anthropology 1968-2007 and Center for Human Growth and Development, Emeritus 2006 1972 Man's evolutionary past. II. Social Biology 19(2):180-4. Garrett*, Robert (Member, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Advisory Council 1923-35; Member 1930, 1956; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932) Director: Maryland Trust Co., Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Provident Savings Bank; Trustee, Princeton Univ. Gartler*, Prof. Stanley Michael Member 1956, 1974; Social Biology manuscript reviewer 1975 b. 1923; University of Washington School of Medicine, Medical Genetics Seattle (1957-1993), Emeritus 2011 ASHG, Member 1954 1954 Institute of Human Variation, Columbia University 1964 Book Review. Social Biology 11, 4 1956 Book Review, Eugenics Quarterly 3, 2 1955 SM Gartler. The Evolutionary Problem of Genetic Disease. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 1 1954 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 Background: The Action Committees of the American Society of Human Genetics are involved in many fields which include "trying to influence various levels of state and Federal government on issues of concern to our Society." Position papers are the result of wide consultation but letters "to senators, congressmen, or governors" are written "on the basis of the opinion of a very small subset of the Society, the Public Policy Committee" ... One public policy action that we took this year involved a letter to Governor Thompson of Illinois, urging him to veto a modification of a right-of conscience act. This bill, if passed into law would have permitted a physician to not counsel a patient regarding the possibility of abortion

if abortion was contrary to the physician's religious or moral beliefs ... [This] would have had the effect of restricting access to information, limiting free choice, and essentially permitting one person to impose his or her religious or moral beliefs on another person ... [Our letter was] basically political ... most of us, regardless of whether we are involved in cytogenetics, counseling, linkage or gene cloning are concerned in one way or another with the application of our findings to the human condition. ... Our applied activities ... make it difficult to remain aloof from public policy" from "Thoughts on the Action Committees of the American Society of Human Genetics", Stanley Gartler, AJHG, v. 42, #4, April, p. 644-45 (1988) Garrison, Robert J 1968 Dight Institute for Human Genetics, University of Minnesota 1968 RJ Garrison, Elving Anderson*, Sheldon Reed*. Assortative marriage. Social Biology 15: 113-127 Garron, David C Department of Psychology, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center and Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois 1986 1980 RS Wilson, DC Garron. Psychological Features of Huntington's Disease and the Problem of Early Detection. Social Biology 27: 11-19 Garza-Chapa, Raul Centro de Investigación Biomédica del Noreste, Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS), Monterrey, Nuevo León, México 1999 1983 R Garza-Chapa. Genetic Distances for ABO and Rh(D) Blood-Groups in the State of Nuevo-Leon, Mexico. Social Biology 30 (1): 24-31 Gavan*, James A. Member 1974 1916-1994; Anthropology, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia 1974, 1991 Gavrilov PhD, Leonid A. Referee, Social Biology and Biodemography and Social Biology; CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed A Russian import searching for the Fountain of Youth. For some reason his ideas are extremely appealing to current leaders of the Society of Biodemography and Social Biology. Population Council, PDR 2012 Center on Aging, NORC at the University of Chicago 2012 Leonid A Gavrilov, Natalia S. Gavrilova. Biodemography of Exceptional Longevity: Early-Life and Mid-Life Predictors of Human Longevity. Biodemography and Social Biology 58, 1 Gavrilova, Natalia S Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2012 Center on Aging, NORC at the University of Chicago 2012 Leonid A Gavrilov, Natalia S. Gavrilova. Biodemography of Exceptional Longevity: Early-Life and Mid-Life Predictors of Human Longevity. Biodemography and Social Biology 58, 1 2002 BA Carnes, L Gavrilov, NS Gavrilova, SJ Olshansky*. Genealogical data and biodemography of human longevity. Social Biology 49, 3-4 [Funded in part by several NIA/NIH grants] Gedda*MD, Prof. Luigi

Member (Foreign) 1956, 1972 1902-2000; Italian; Director of G. Mendel Institute, Rome 1954; long time head of Catholic Action but which side was he on?; the current (2009) Italian birthrate is 1.3 1954 Twin Studies. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 3: 171-75 From First UN sponsored World Population Conference, Rome 1954 Gee, Prof. Ellen M d. 2002; Simon Fraser U, Sociology and Anthropology Chair 1996-2002; Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 1994 AV Wister, EM Gee. Age at Death Due to Ischemic Heart Disease: Gender Differences. Social Biology 41: 110-126 1983 EM Gee, JE Veevers. Accelerating Sex Mortality Differentials: An Analysis of Contributing Factors. Social Biology 30(1): 75-85 Gee, Susan C 1975 The University of Texas School of Public Health-Houston 1976 SC Gee, ES Lee, RN Forthofer. Ethnic differentials in neonatal and postneonatal mortality: A birth cohort analysis by a binary variable multiple regression method. Social Biology, 23, 3:17-325. Article uses SC Gee’s master’s thesis *1975 Susan C Gee. “The effect of five demographic factors on neonatal and postneonatal mortality-a birth cohort analysis by a binary variable multiple regression method. Unpublished Master's Thesis, The University of Texas School of Public Health-Houston] Geher PhD, Prof. Glenn 2000-(2011) SUNY-New Paltz, Evolutionary Studies program, Director (Evolutionary Studies program is funded by the National Science Foundation) 2004 Myles Derieg, Heather Downey, Glen Geher. Required Parental Investment and Mating Patterns: A Quantitative Analysis in the Context of Evolutionary Stable Strategies. Social Biology 51, 1-2 Gelman* da Kohan, Dr. Lulema B. Member 1974 Centro de Genetica Medica, Combate de los Pozos, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1974 Gendel*, Dr. Edward Member 1974; New York City 1974 Ghosh, Aloke K 1972 Population Genetics and Human Development Division, National Institute of Family Planning, New Delhi, India 1972 AK Ghosh. Inbreeding in the Kota of Nilgiri Hills, Madras. Social Biology 19: 289-291 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1982 AK Ghosh, KK Bhattacharya, JM Sarkar, NK Das. A study on genetic selection and haemoglobin heterozygotes: Hb A/E and beta-thalassaemia trait. Journal of Biosocial Science 14(4):391-6. 1976 The Kota of the Nilgiri Hills: a demographic study. Journal of Biosocial Science 8(1):17-26 Gibbons, Father William J, SJ

A liberal Catholic, like Nancy Pelosi or Teddy Kennedy. A Jesuit priest who assisted the eugenicists in the destruction of the Catholic culture of life and its influence in American politics. One result of the loss of a Catholic or prolife influence on American politics (a loss caused by worker bees like Father William Gibbons SJ) was that the African-American birth rate fell below replacement level in 2006. “Love me, I’m a liberal” is his song. 1956 WJ Gibbons SJ. Fertility Control in the Light of Some Catholic Statements. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 1956 Giblett, Eloise R 1921-2009; University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle 1955-1987 (emeritus) and King County (Seattle) Blood Bank 1964; discovered first immune deficiency disease (ADA) 1962 ER Giblett. Haptoglobins and transferrins in Pacific populations. Eugenics Quarterly 9:45-8. Gibson*, William W. Member 1956; Glenmount, NY 1956 Gibson PhD, Chris L University of Florida-Gainesville, Dept. Sociology, Criminology, Law 2009-2011 2009 Chris Gibson, Kevin Beaver, W Jennings, Jeffrey T Ward. A gene X environment interaction between DRD2 and religiosity in the prediction of adolescent delinquent involvement in a sample of males. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1 Gifford*, Mrs. Walter Sherman Member 1956; wife of Walter Sherman Gifford, see below Gifford*, Walter Sherman Member 1930 Trustee, Carnegie Institute, General Education Board (1935-50), Rockefeller Foundation (1936-50) President, ATT Gilbert, Robert I Head, Social Studies, Mississippi State College for Women 1965 1965 LR Dice, PJ Clark, RI Gilbert. Relation of Fertility to Religious Affiliation and to Church Attendance in Ann Arbor. Eugenics Quarterly 12:102-11 1964 LR Dice, PJ Clark, RI Gilbert. Relation of Fertility to Education in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1951-54. Eugenics Quarterly 11:30-45 1964 LR Dice, PJ Clark, RI Gilbert. Relation of Fertility to Occupation and to Income in the Male Population of Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1951-54. Eugenics Quarterly 11:154-67 Giles*, Prof. Eugene Member 1974, 1999; Social Biology manuscript reviewer 1975, 1976 U Illinois-Urbana, Anthropology 1970-2009, Emeritus 2009-2011 Gilfillian*, Prof. Seabury Colum Member 1956, 1974 1889-1987 Gill*, Prof. George W. Member 1974;

Anthropology, Univ. Wyoming, Laramie 1971-2011, 2011 Emeritus Gille, Halvor 1954 Population Division, United Nations; Project Director, World Fertility Survey 1954 H Gille. Scandinavian family allowances: demographic aspects. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 3 Gillaspy, R Thomas 1979 Andrus Gerontology Ctr., Univ. of Southern California-Los Angeles 1979 Contraceptive choice of limiters ages 35-44 in the United States: an examination of selection of method from among a number of possible choices. Social Biology 26(1):72-9 1977 WJ Kahley, RT Gillaspy. An economic model of contraceptive choice: analysis of family planning acceptors in Bogotá. Social Biology 24(2):135-43. Gilles*, Prof. A. Member 1974 Centre d'Estude de la Reprod., Leuvan, Belgium 1974 Gillespie, John 1978 Biology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 1978 E Dorus, John Gillespie. Incidence of 47, XYY Males: Implications of the Production of 47, XYY Offspring by 47, XYY Males. Social Biology 25, 2 Gillespie*, Robert W. Member 1974 b. 1938 2004 President, Population Communication, Pasadena, California; Population Council, 1963- Iran 1974; Population Council, Taiwan 1963-66, Turkey; California Polytechnic BA 1967; U Michigan MPH 1968; Population Council Iran 1968-1974, Bangladesh; Population Communication 1976 [“Tailoring benefit plans to couples' needs, desires may stimulate many to have smaller families.” International Family Planning Digest 1975 Dec;1(4):14; No authors listed Abstract: “ Various Asian countries have antinatalist incentive plans to encourage families to limit their childbearing. Several such economic plans in Taiwan, Singapore, and Korea are described. A new plan proposed by R.C. Treadway and R.W. Gillespie of The Population Council is described. Under this plan, families may choose the type of incentive they wish--subsidizing housing, cash, savings accounts, or commodities--for every year in which they have no child. No benefits are paid within 4 years of a birth. Couples remain in the program until the wife reaches 40. It is hoped that the program would encourage postponement and limitation of births. For the program to succeed, family planning education and facilities must be available and accessible” Gilroy, Prof. Faith D Psychology, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland 2002, Emeritus 2010-11 1991 F Gilroy, R Steinbacher. Sex Selection Technology Utilization: Further Implications for Sex Ratio Imbalance. Social Biology 38: 285-288. Ginsburg, Prof. Benson E Founded biobehavioral department at U Connecticut-Storrs 1968-(2010), Emeritus 2006, 2011; Behavior Genetics Association, one of the founders; William Rainey Harper Professor of Biology, U of Chicago 1966; student of Sewall Wright*

1966 book review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 4 1966 BE Ginsburg, WS Laughlin. The multiple bases of human adaptability and achievement: a species point of view. Eugenics Quarterly 13(3):240-57. (based on several NIH grants) Background: “In 1891, John D. Rockefeller selected thirty-five year-old William Rainey Harper to assist in the organization of the University of Chicago, and shortly thereafter, Harper was named its first President.” (from Wikipedia) Giraud, Francis 1989 Centre de G n tique M dicale, H pital de la Timone, Marseille, France; 1982 Centre de Génétique Médicale, Hôpital d'Enfants de la Timone, F-13385 Marseille Cedex 5, France and U. 242 INSERM, Hôpital d'Enfants de la Timone, Marseille Cedex 5, France 1989 C Julian, MC Tordo, G Macquart-Moulin, JP Moatti, F Giraud, S Ayme. Factors influencing genetic counseling attendance rate: a geographically based study. Social Biology 36:3-43-4, 240-247 Glaser, Helen H Referee, Social Biology 1978, 1979 Glass*, H. Bentley Member 1956; Director 1958-71; Member 1974 Boulder, Colorado SUNY-Stony Brook, Biology 1965-1976 Emeritus 1976-1986 Johns Hopkins University, Biology 50’s-1964 Editor, Quarterly Review of Biology ASHG, Member 1954 1906-2005; Green Book biology curriculum *“He was chairman from 1958 to 1966 of the Board of Biological Sciences Curriculum Study of the National Science Foundation, which rewrote biology textbooks used in high schools nationwide that transformed the teaching of biology” from Wikipedia, Boston Globe obit link] 1986 Number of Siblings, Family Background, and the Process of Educational Attainment. Social Biology 33, 1-2 1972 Eugenic implications of the new reproductive technologies. Social Biology 19: 326-336. Glick, Clarence Elmer b. 1906-; published at U Hawaii, Sociology between 1936-1959 1970 Intermarriage and Admixture in Hawaii. Social Biology 17, 4, 278-291 Glick, Paul C Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976 d. 2006; Sociology, Arizona State U-Tempe 1984-1994; Population Division, Bureau of the Census 1946, 1955, 1975, 1977, 1979 Population Association of America, President, 1966-67 1970 PC Glick. Intermarriage among Ethnic Groups in the United States. Social Biology 17, no 4, 297 1969 PC Glick. Marital Stability as a Social Indicator. Social Biology 16, 1:158-66. 1960 PC Glick. Intermarriage and Fertility Patterns among Persons in Major Religious Groups. Eugenics Quarterly, (Mar. 1960), 31-38 Gloster, Susan P

1992 Health and Family Services, Government of Manitoba, Thompson, Manitoba, Canada and Red River Community College, Thompson, Manitoba, Canada 1992 R Williams, SP Gloster. Human sex ratio as it relates to caloric availability. Social Biology 39 (3-4), 285-290 Abstract: The relationship between human sex ratios at birth and caloric availability per capita was examined across different countries. Significant positive correlations were obtained between the amount of food a country had available and the percentage of male births. Furthermore, increases or decreases in a country's caloric availability were related to corresponding changes in that country's sex ratio. These results provide evidence of adaptive sex ratio biasing in humans. The physiological mechanism by which this effect operates is probably higher mortality rates for male embryos and fetuses as a result of nutritional deficiencies and associated stressors. Gmelch, George Anthropology, Union College 2010-2011 1974 MH Crawford, George Gmelch. Human Biology of Irish Tinkers - Demography, Ethnohistory and Genetics. Social Biology 21 (4): 321-331 Go, Prof. Rodney CP Epidemiology, School of Public Health, U Alabama-Birmingham , Emeritus 2010-11; PhD 1972-74 (Director, RC Elston) 1977 RC Go, RC Elston, FM Salzano. Association and linkage between genetic markers and morphological and behavioral attributes in dizygotic twins. Social Biology 24(1):62-8 Government Money “Schizophrenia Liability Genes among African Americans (Go, PI) The goal of this NIH/NINH project is to identify genes that underlie liability to Schizophrenia. We will recruit a large and diverse sample of 1260 African-American families, primarily from the southeastern US, all of whom have at least one member diagnosed with Schizophrenia.” From https://www.soph.uab.edu/epi/faculty (viewed 2/2/2010) Godefroy*, J. Member 1974; Netherlands Godoy, Prof. Ricardo Brandeis U, Heller School for Social Policy and Management 2008, 2010-11; Tsimane Project, Staff member 2010 1984 Ricardo Godoy. Human fertility and land tenure in highland Bolivia. Social Biology 31:290-297. Background: “Until the late 1940s, the Tsimane’ lived like many other pre-contact Amazonian societies. They hunted, fished, gathered wild plants, and practiced slash-and-burn agriculture. They married their cross-cousins, listened to their shamans, drew on myths to explain the universe, and relied on local knowledge to manage their environment. All this changed with the arrival of Protestant missionaries in the early 1950s. Soon after arriving, missionaries started to convert Tsimane’ to the Protestant faith. Protestant missionaries continue to play a role in Tsimane’ life and society; they continue training Tsimane’ teachers and producing instructional materials used in classrooms” FROM http://www.tsimane.org/overview/pgs/setting.html Goethe*, Charles Matthias Advisory Council 1930-35; Member 1930, 1956

1875-1966; Patron, American Society of Human Genetics 1954; Although CM Goethe died in 1966, he is still influential because of his involvement in the founding of the American Society of Human Genetics. This group still values and promotes the search for diagnoses of genetic diseases, a eugenic preoccupation, almost to the exclusion of the search for cures. As you can see, Goethe was a racist. 1936 CM Goethe. Patriotism and Racial Standards. Presidential address to Eugenics Research Association 1936, Eugenical News 21, 4, p. 65 "The unique Immigration Quota Acts of 1921-24 ... By their enactment a first class power wrote into law the concept of the desirability of racial homogeneity ... The Nordic stream ... had become a trickle ... Followed these Quota Acts which said to the world: America, still overwhelmingly Nordic, proposes so to remain! These acts began a gigantic eugenical experiment in population control. ... Germany is but one of six European nations engaged in sterilization ... Does there exist in America an adroit censorship to bar any advocacy of the desirability of conserving Nordic homogeneity? ... Should we not consider substituting `race consciousness' for `race prejudice' ... The Harmon Foundation has opened our eyes. The birth rate of the 20% on relief has speeded up ... war has, for centuries, always first destroyed our best Nordics ... David Starr Jordan [is] teaching us ... that our Civil War definitely eliminated ... strains that cannot be replaced … Athens ... commenced to admit the immigrant mongrels of Asia Minor, of Africa, vassalage to Rome became certain" (from "Patriotism and Racial Standards", Presidential address to Eugenics Research Association 1936, Eugenical News, v. 21, #4, p. 65) Goldberg, David 1967 Population Studies Center, University of Michigan 1967 Some observations on recent changes in American fertility based on sample survey data. Eugenics Quarterly 14(4):255-64. Goldberg, Howard I Division of Reproductive Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta 1985, 1994, 1997, 2008 1990 CW Warren, HI Goldberg, L Oge, D Pepion, JS Friedman, S Helgerson, EM La Mere. Assessing the reproductive behavior of on- and off-reservation American Indian females: characteristics of two groups in Montana. Social Biology 37(1-2):69-83 ( and see Prevalence of behavioral risk factors in two American Indian populations in Montana. Goldberg, Howard I.; Warren, Charles W.; Oge, Linda L.; Friedman, Jay S.; et al, American Journal of Preventive Medicine 7(3), May-Jun 1991, 155-160) JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1988 Howard I Goldberg, Fara G M'bodji. Infant and early childhood mortality in the Sine-Saloum region of Senegal. Journal of Biosocial Science (1988), 20:471-484 Goldberg, Jacob A 1954 Director, Social Hygiene Division, N. Y. Tuberculosis and Health Association 1954 JA Goldberg. Sex education and eugenics. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 2 Goldman*, Noreen Referee, Social Biology 1979; CCBAR meeting 2008; membership assumed based on number of publications in Social Biology / Biodemography and Social Biology Office of Population Research, Princeton U 1986, 2009, 2011

Population Council, PDR Duke University, Population, Policy & Aging Research Center 2009 2009 Noreen Goldman, Jennifer Dowd. Considering the Addition of Metabolic and Cardiovascular Markers to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Paper presented at the Scientific Assessment of Biomeasures in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Conference at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in December 2009 and forthcoming in Biodemography and Social Biology. 1993 Jane Miller, Noreen Goldman, Lorenzo Moreno. An Evaluation of Survey Data on Birthweight and Prematurity Status. Social Biology 40(1-2): 131-146. 1989 N Goldman, Mark Montgomery. Fecundability and Husband's Age. Social Biology 36(3-4): 146166. 1987 EE Kisker, N Goldman. Perils of single life and benefits of marriage. Social Biology 39, 135-151 1986 AR Pebley, Noreen Goldman. Legalization of Consensual Unions in Mexico. Social Biology 33(3-4): 199-213. 1981 N Goldman, Anne Pebley. Legalization of Consensual Unions in Latin America. Social Biology 28:3-4 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2007 N Goldman, M Weinstein*, TE Seeman* et al. The associations between socioeconomic status, allostatic load and measures of health in older Taiwanese persons: Taiwan social environment and biomarkers of aging study. Journal Biosocial Science 39(4):545-56. Goldstein, Alice Population Studies and Training Center, Brown U, Senior Researcher (Emeritus) 2010; initiated studies of China after Cultural Revolution (1985) 1986 A Goldstein. Patterns of Mortality and Causes of Death among Rhode Island Jews, 1979-1981. Social Biology 33(1/2):87-101. Goldstein, Prof. Sidney Brown U 1955-2010: Sociology (Emeritus 1993) and founder/ first director of the Population Studies and Training Center, Brown U (Director, 1960-1989, Research Prof. 2010) Population Association of America, President, 1975-76 1996 A Goldstein. Changes in Jewish Mortality and Survival, 1963-1987. Social Biology 43(1/2):72. 1966 A Goldstein. Jewish Mortality and Survival Patterns: Providence, Rhode Island, 1962-1964. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 1 (research supported by Hadassah and National Council for Jewish Culture) Goldstein, Prof. Joshua R Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR): co-Director 2010-12, Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012; Princeton University: Sociology and Public Affairs 1996-2010 and Office of Population Research, Princeton 1996; on leave at INED 1998; PhD 1996 Demography, Princeton, OPR 2006 Time Trends in the Male Accident Hump. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication. DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2012 Joshua Goldstein. Historical Addendum to "Life lived equals life left in stationary populations". Demographic Research 26, 7

[“The Emergence of Sub-Replacement Fertility Ideals in Europe,” Joshua R. Goldstein, Wolfgang Lutz, and Maria-Rita Testa, 2004, Population Research and Policy Review, 22(5-6):479-496.] Government Long-Term Planning Committee (“Formal Demography”, “Innovative Methodologies”, and “Training”), Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch (DBS), National Institutes of Health, 2001 Goldstone*, Loreta Member 1974 Gonzalez Ramirez, Raul 1993 El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Tijuana, Mexico and Population Research Center, University of Texas, Austin 1993 JB Pick, EW Butler, R Gonzalez Ramirez. Projection of the Mexican national labor force, 19802005. Social Biology 40(3-4):161-90 Good*, Dorothy Member 1956 2nd Editor, Population Index, (OPR, Princeton University); editor in 1961, 1968, retired 1971 Goodfriend*, Arthur Member 1956 Goodman*, Prof. Harold O Member 1956, 1974; Director 1983-85 ASHG, Member 1954; Zoology, Michigan State College, East Lansing 1954 1986 Book Review. Social Biology 33, 1-2 1956 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 3 Goodsell*, Willystine Director 1931, 1932, 1935-46; v.p. 1937 Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, NYC; (retired 1942) Gordon, Manuel J. Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954; Zoology, U California-Berkeley 1957 Gordon*, Prof. Robert A Member 2000 Johns Hopkins U, Sociology 1963-2011; Co-PI with Linda Gottfredson, Project for the Study of Intelligence and Society, Delaware U-Johns Hopkins U 2010-2011 b.1932; m. Linda Gottfredson; A leading scientific racist stationed at Johns Hopkins U and funded by the Pioneer Fund 1977 RA Gordon. "Comment on 'Delinquency, Sex, and Family Variables' by Andrew." Social Biology 24, 4:337. [RA Gordon. The black-white factor is g. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8, (June) No. 2: 229-231. 1987 SES versus IQ in the race-IQ-delinquency model. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 7, No. 3: 30-96.

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Pioneer Fund grantee; scientific racist; (Ginsburg); health outcomes reflect IQ which has genetic basis 1968-2011 School of Education, U Delaware; 1969-1972 Peace Corps Volunteer in Family Planning and Health Statistics, Malaysia; married to Robert Gordon 2004 Linda S Gottfredson, Ian J Deary. Intelligence Predicts Health and Longevity, but Why?. Current Directions in Psychological Science 13, 1 http://www.udel.edu/educ/gottfredson/reprints/2004currentdirections.pdf 2010-2011 Co-Principal Investigator with RA Gordon - Delaware-Johns Hopkins Project for the Study of Intelligence and Society 2010-2011 "a general falsehood ... undergirds much current social policy ... this `egalitarian fiction' holds that racial-ethnic groups never differ in average developed intelligence [or]... g ... (from "Egalitarian Fiction, Collective Fraud", Society, v. 31, no. 3, April 1994 by Linda Gottfredson) Gottfried*, Samuel Member 1956 Gourbin, Catherine Universitie Catholique de Louvain, Belgium: Institut de Demographie, 1995, 2002, 2004, 2005 and Dept. des Sciences de Population et du Developement 1999 2002 Guillaume Wunsch, Catherine Gourbin. Parents' age at birth of their offspring and child survival. Social Biology 49(3-4):174-84 [Funded by INTAS project of the European Community] Goux, Jean-Michel 1964 Institut national d'études démographiques (INED), Paris, France 1964 J Sutter, GM Goux . Decline of Consanguineous Marriages in France from 1926 to 1958. Eugenics Quarterly 11:127-40 Goyal, RS Indian Institute of Health Management Research 1994 Dimensions of adolescent motherhood in India. Social Biology 41(1-2):130-4 Goza, Prof. Franklin W Bowling Green State U, Sociology 1989-2011 and Bowling Green U, Center for Family and Demographic Research 2009-2010 2004 FW Goza, EG Stockwell, KS Balistreri The relationship between socioeconomic status and infant mortality in metropolitan Ohio. Social Biology 1997 EG Stockwell, FW Goza, VO Luse. Infectious disease mortality among adults by race and socioeconomic status: metropolitan Ohio, 1989-1991. Social Biology 44(1-2):148-52 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2008 F Goza, A Jones. Rural, suburban and urban differences in the self-diagnosis of coronary heart disease in the United States. Journal of Biosocial Science 40(6):895-909 2007 Franklin W Goza, Edward G Stockwell, Kelly S Balistreri. Racial Differences in the Relationship between Infant Mortality and Socioeconomic Status. Journal of Biosocial Science 39:517-529 Grabill*, Wilson Member 1974; Social Biology manuscript reviewer 1975 Bureau of the Census 1945, 1965

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Shriver NICHD (EKSNICHD) population infrastructure program. ... Together the UW affiliates [of CSDE] hold over 75 research grants, more than half of which are from NIH or NSF. These represent more than $16.4 million in annual research support. The Center also provides predoctoral fellowship, (sic) some funded by an EKSNICHD training grant. Affiliates at Battelle, the University of Victoria, and Western Washington University hold another 28 grants, of which 12 are from NIH, representing an additional $8 million in annual research support. In addition, CSDE receives institutional matching funds from the University of Washington for its mission. From http://csde.washington.edu/about/history.shtml viewed November 2009 CSDE members are Society members or who have written for Social Biology/Biodemography and Social Biology Executive Cttee 2009 Charles Hirschman Stewart Tolnay David Takeuchi Research Affiliates at U Washington Gunnar Almgren Jerald Herting Charles Hirschman Jutta Joesch William Lavely Donna Leonetti Bettina Shell Duncan David Takeuchi Stewart Tolnay Research Associates at Battelle Koray Tanfer Research Associates at Western Washington U Elizabeth Mogford Research Associates at University of Victoria Tom Burch Zheng Wu Gulbrandsen, CL John A. Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii, 1978 1977 CL Gulbrandsen, NE Morton*, GG Rhoads, A Kagan, R Lew. Behavioral, social, and physiological determinants of lipoprotein concentrations. Social Biology 24(4):289-93. Gurak, Prof. Douglas T Cornell U: 1989-2011; Development Sociology 2011 and Head, Polson Institute for Global Development 2006-2011 and Population and Development Program 2000, 2009 and Population Program 2009 2000 C Ahiadeke, DT Gurak, SJ Schwager. Breastfeeding behavior and infant survival with emphasis on reverse causation bias: some evidence from Nigeria. Social Biology 47, 1-2:94-113 Gurian, Joan M National Institutes of Health (NIH): Laboratory of Chemical Pharmacology 1968 and Biometrics Research Branch 1965,1968, National Heart Institute 1967 JC Bailar 3rd, JM Gurian. The medical significance of date of birth. Eugenics Quarterly 14(2):89102

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Haas*, Prof. Jere Douglas Member 2009, 2011 (CV) Cornell U, Nutritional Sciences 1975-2011, Director, Human Biology Program 2010-2011; PhD Pennsylvania State U, Anthropology, Student of PT Baker* Haber*, Sonja B. Secretary 1978; Secretary/ Treasurer 1979-81; Member 1989 Brookhaven National Lab 1984, 1992 Hackenberg, Prof. Robert d. 2007; U Colorado, Anthropology and Institute of Behavioral Science 1974-(2000) 1987 R Rogers*, R Hackenberg. Extending Epidemiologic Transition Theory: A New Stage. Social Biology 34(3-4): 234-243 Hadley, Mrs. Morris Member 1925, 1930, 1956 American Birth Control League, Director at Large 1933, 1937; Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy Hagewen PhD, Kellie J Book Reviewer, Social Biology Population Council, PDR College of Southern Nevada, Sociology 2011; U Nebraska-Lincoln, Sociology and Institute of Ethnic Studies, Latino 2008-2010; NIA Predoctoral Fellow in Medical Demography and the Demography of Aging, Duke University 2002 Review of The Biodemography of Human Reproduction and Fertility. JL Rodgers*, HP Kohler* in Social Biology 49, 3-4 (chapters taken from a conference “The Biodemography of Fertility” in Rostock, home of the MPIDR, in 2000) “even a novice biodemographer can come away with the understanding that this is a sound and growing subfield, worthy of further interdisciplinary research” *from review+ Halberstein*, Robert A Anthropology, Univ. of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida 1974, 2010-11; PhD Anthropology, U Kansas 1974 RA Halberstein. Mortality Patterns in Cuanalan, Mexico: 1866-1970. Social Biology 21, 3 1973 RA Halberstein, MH Crawford, HG Nutini. Historical Demographic Analysis of Indian Populations in Tlaxcala-Mexico. Social Biology 20 (1): 40-50

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Background: Previous Theory

The Demographic Transition and the Emergence of Sustained Economic Growth
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DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2010 Sarah Hayford, Karen Guzzo. Age, relationship status, and the planning status of births. Demographic Research 23, 13 Hayward PhD*, Prof. Mark D Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, Board 2004-2012 Class of 2007; Referee, Social Biology; Biodemography and Social Biology: Editorial Board 2010-11, Associate Editor 2008-2010 (2nd term 2009-2011); attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed University of Texas at Austin, Sociology 2010-2011 and Population Research Center, Director 20092011; PhD 1981 Indiana U Population Council, PDR Carolina Population Center publication 2009 Mark D Hayward, Thomas W McDade. Rationale and Methodological Options for Assessing Infectious Disease and Related Measures in Social Science Surveys. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):159-177 2005 Mark D Hayward, Latrica E Best, Mira M Hidajat. Life Course Pathways to Adult-Onset Diabetes. Social Biology 52, 3-4 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2010 Liming Cai, Mark Hayward, Yasuhiko Saito, James Lubitz, Aaron Hagedorn, Eileen Crimmins. Estimation of multi-state life table functions and their variability from complex survey data using the SPACE Program. DemRes.2010.22 6 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 3R24HD042849-09S1 Hayward, Mark D. University of Texas - Austin Population Research Center And 2010 NICHD 5R24HD042849-09 Hayward, Mark D. University of Texas - Austin Population Research Center Hazuda, Prof. Helen P U Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio (UTHSCSA): 1980, 1996-(2011), Director, Center for Health Services Research 2010-(2011); Experts in European Continental Ancestry Group 2010 Principal Investigator of the NIA-funded Hispanic Healthy Aging Center (1993-1998) Principal Investigator of the San Antonio Longitudinal Study of Aging (SALSA) (1991-2007) 1980 KS Markides, HP Hazuda. Ethnicity and infant mortality in Texas counties. Social Biology 27:261271. Background: I am a sociologist and epidemiologist with over 30 years of experience conducting cross-cultural research with Mexican Americans and European Americans in San Antonio and South Texas. As part of this research effort, I developed two widely used methodological tools: 1) the Hazuda Ethnic Algorithm for classifying persons as Mexican American or European American, and 2) the Hazuda

Acculturation and Assimilation Scales designed to measure multiple dimensions of acculturation and assimilation of Mexican Americans to the broader American society. In addition, I have developed a detailed model of the disablement process designed to assess pathways linking specific chronic health conditions to disability via impairments and functional limitations and serve as a tool for identifying optimal targets for intervention to prevent, slow, or reverse progression toward disability” H Hazuda at http://profiles.uthscsa.edu Headings, Verle E Howard U, Pediatrics and Human Genetics 1969-(2011) 1991 SB Howard, VE Headings. Prenatal screening for neural tube defects: perceptions of potential recipients. Social Biology 38(3-4):258-65 1975 VE Headings. Alternative models of counseling for genetic disorders. Social Biology 22, 297-303 Heath, Kathleen Marie Indiana State, Anthropology 2009-2011 2003 KM Heath. The Effects of Kin Propinquity on Infant Mortality. Social Biology 50, 3-4 Heaton*, Prof. Tim Braley 2006, 2008-2011 co-editor, Social Biology (but see Kenneth Land for 2008) Brigham Young University, Sociology 2009-(2011) 1998 TB Heaton*, Renata Forste. Education as policy: the impact of education on marriage, contraception, and fertility in Columbia, Peru, and Bolivia. Social Biology 45, 3-4 1996 TB Heaton*, Stan L Albrecht. The Changing Pattern of Interracial Marriage. Social Biology 43 (34):203-217 1991 TB Heaton*, Cardell K Jacobson. Voluntary Childlessness among American Men and Women in the late 1980s. Social Biology 38, 1-2 1988 TB Heaton*, Cardell K Jacobson, Karen M Taylor. Childlessness Among American Women. Social Biology 35:186-197 Heer, Prof. David M Referee, Social Biology 1975-78 USC: Population Research Laboratory 1985, Director 1995-(2002) and Sociology (Emeritus 2002-2011) Harvard School of Public Health, Center for Population Studies 1966, 1969, 1970 Population Council, PDR 1989 Book Review, Social Biology 36, 3-4 1986 DM Heer. Effect of number, order, and spacing of siblings on child and adult outcomes: an overview of current research. Social Biology 33(1-2):1-4 1985 CF Ko, DM Heer, HY Wu. Social and biological determinants of age at first marriage in Taiwan, 1970. Social Biology 32(1-2):115-28 1975 DM Heer. Marketable licenses for babies: Boulding's proposal revisited. Social Biology 22(1):1-16 1970 DM Heer, JW Boynton. A multivariate regression analysis of differences in fertility of United States counties. Social Biology 17: 180-194 (Ginsburg) 1970 Book Review. Social Biology 17, 4 1967 DM Heer. Intermarriage and racial amalgamation in the United States. Eugenics Quarterly 14(2):112-20. Heikens*, George Member 1974

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Cornell: Development Sociology 2009-2011 and head, Population and Development Program 20092011 1996 G Kaufman, DL Poston, Jr., TA Hirschl, JM Stycos. Teenage Sexual Attitudes in China. Social Biology 43, 3-4 Hirschman*, Prof. Charles Member 1974; Social Biology manuscript referee 1978, 1979 U Washington, Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology 2009-2011 and Sociology 2011 Population Council, PDR 1974 C Hirschman, JA Sweet. "Social Background and Breast feeding Among American Mothers", Social Biology 21, 1 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 3R01HD047289-05S2 Hirschman, Charles University of Washington Concepts and Measures of Race and Ethnic Identities And 2010 NICHD 5R01HD047289-05 Hirschman, Charles University of Washington Concepts and Measures of Race and Ethnic Identities And 2010 NICHD 5T32HD007543-09 Hirschman, Charles University Of Washington Population Research Training Hirschhorn, Kurt 1972 Book Review. Social Biology 19, 1 1969 Book Review. Social Biology 16, 2 1961 OJ Miller, HL Cooper, and Kurt Hirschhorn. Recent Developments in Human Cytogenetics. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 1:23-33 1960 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 7, 2 1958 Kurt Hirschhorn. The Status of Human Genetics in Western Europe. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 4 Background: In the article below on the history of the ASHG, Hirschhorn implicitly denies that he was an American Eugenics Society member. He criticizes eugenics even though he himself wrote several articles for the Eugenics Quarterly, the official journal of the American Eugenics Society. One of these articles was written in 1958 before RH Osborne became editor. The question of how individual Jews who were driven from Europe by the Nazis (Like Hirschhorn and Curt Stern) or even imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp (like Jan Bruell, an SSSB director) could reconcile themselves to a connection with eugenics is an unanswered issue in the history of eugenics. There is perhaps a clue in the comments below by Hirschhorn. For him “eugenics” has two meanings – Nazi eugenics and English/American eugenics. Background: American Society of Human Genetics In 2008 Hirschhorn wrote a history of the ASHG in the course of which he found:

“the initial membership [ of the ASHG] included many experts in the genetics of Drosophila and mice, as well as many mathematical geneticists. I was dismayed to learn of the inclusion of many eugenicists, especially because some of them were (as corresponding members) the leading Nazi eugenicists or geneticists responsible for producing “scientific” justifications for the racial policies responsible for the holocaust.” From “A Short History of the American Society of Human Genetics” in Am J Hum Genet 83(3); Sep 12, 2008 (on line at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2556423/) Hisnanick PhD, JJ 2000-2011 US Department of Commerce, Longitudinal Income Statistics Branch; 1994 Indian Health
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1994 JJ Hisnanick. Comparative analysis of violent deaths in American Indians and Alaska Natives. Social Biology 41(1-2):96-109 Ho, Hsiu-Zu 1991, 2010 UCSB Psychology; postdoctoral training in quantitative genetics, Population Genetics Laboratory, University of Hawaii; 1965 PhD Psychology (Behavioral Genetics), Institute of Behavioral Genetics, University of Colorado (see Plomin, DeFries) 1986 WC Robinson, H-Z Ho. Assortative mating in unwed-birth parents? Adoptive and nonadoptive parents. Social Biology 33: 77-86 1979 H Ho, R Plomin*, JC DeFries*. Selective placement in adoption. Social Biology 26, 1-6 Pioneer Fund 1991 Laura A. Baker, Phillip A. Vernon and Hsiu-Zu Ho. The genetic correlation between intelligence and speed of information processing. Behavior Genetics 21, Number 4, 351-367; Research for this article supported by Pioneer Fund Hobcraft, John University of York, UK 2010; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010 2009 John Hobcraft. Reflections on the Incorporation of Biomeasures into Longitudinal Social Surveys: An International Perspective. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):252-269 [The Post Partum Depression Gene - 5-HTTLPR and STin2 VNTR] 2010 John Hobcraft, Colter Mitchell, Daniel Notterman, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Irwin Garfinkel, Kate Jaeger, Iulia Kotenko, Sara McLanahan. The Role of Mother’s Genes and Environment in Postpartum Depression from Integrating Genetics and Social Sciences Conference Hoch* MD, Dr. Paul Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 Hodge*, Robert W. Member 1974 Hodge, Susan E Referee, Social Biology 1980 Hodson, Cora B. S. (Miss Lane) FlS;

Member 1930; Eugenics Society General Secretary 1920-31 Council 1933 Life Fellow 1937 Editor, Eugenics Review; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932) Evidence that pre-war eugenicists supported the Nazis Background: Post War Denial of Eugenic Society Support for Nazis: "...the adoption by Adolf Hitler of a programme of 'race purification' based on superficial and perverted derivatives from the naive concepts of the early eugenic enthusiasts..." "Eugenics" by Robert C. Cooke of the American Eugenic Society in ER 1963; reprinted from Encyclopedia of Social Behaviour. (ed. Albert Ellis) Pre War Eugenics Society Support for Nazis: 1934 "the protagonists of the new eugenic era in Germany appear to hold a middle course..." "International Federation of Eugenic Organisations; A Survey of the Zurich Conference", article by Mrs. Hodson, ER 1934-35, p. 220 1936 "... much interest focused at this meeting on the eugenic plans of the new Germany. The President of the Federation [International Federation of Eugenic Organisations] has been a chief adviser to the government ... Dr. Ruedin (sic. This is Dr. Rudin who trained Mengele, Eliot Slater q.v. and F.J. Kallmann q.v., ed. note) ... Questions sought to establish regimentation as a control ling factor only to be told that in effect individual tastes and popular feeling were given wide scope under the present experiments." (International Federation of Eugenic Organisations 1936 Conference Report by CBS Hodson, ER Oct 1936, p. 217, 218) Antisemitism and Racism: in the German exhibit of 1934: ... "there is comparatively little about the Jews, and the point stressed is that alien races are all right in themselves and provided they keep to themselves, but that they must not be allowed to 'poison good German blood' ... (the exhibit also covered)... "the problem of the 600 black bastards on the Rhine" (ER 1934 p. 164 by CBS Hodson) Antidemocratic: " I fear some of us will have to stoop to a good deal that is vulgar if we are really to get Eugenics home to the masses, but very possibly they do not matter" (from a letter to Wing Commander James q.v.) Hoekstra*, G. Member (Foreign) 1956; Netherlands Hoffman*, James Michael Member 1974 Hoffman*, John Patrick Biodemography and Social Biology, Editorial Board 2010-11 Brigham Young University, Sociology 2010-11; National Opinion Research Center (NORC), U Chicago (Washington DC) 1995 2010 Book Review of The Biology of Religious Behavior: The Evolutionary Origins of Faith and Religion by Jay R. Feierman. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 1 Hogan, Prof. Dennis P Brown U: Population Studies and Training Center 1995-2011 (Director 1995-2000) and Sociology 1995(2010) and Population Studies 1996-(2010) Director (1988-1995) Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University and Sociology (19871995) 1998 Dennis Hogan, B Berhanu. Postpartum amenorrhea in Ethiopia: the role of weaning, child death, and socioeconomic factors. Social Biology 45, 3 /4

1990 D Hogan, Lynne M Casper. Family Networks in Prenatal and Postnatal Health. Social Biology 37: 84-101 1990 D Hogan, C Elisa Florez. Women's Status and Infant Mortality in Rural Colombia. Social Biology 37 :188-203 Hogue, CJR 1995 MJ Vanlandingham, CJR Hogue. Birthweight-Specific Infant Mortality Risks for Native Americans and Whites, United States, 1960 and 1984. Social Biology 42:1-2, pp. 83-94 Holck, SE 1981 СW Warren, JC Smith, RW Rochat, SE Holck. Contraceptive Sterilization: A Comparison of Mexican-Americans and Anglos Living in US Counties Bordering Mexico. Social Biology, 28:265 Holden, Alan EC 1984 RN Shain, WB Miller, AE Holden. The decision to terminate childbearing: differences in preoperative ambivalence between tubal ligation women and vasectomy wives. Social Biology 31, 1-2 Holden*, Mrs. James Member 1956 Holian, J 1984 J Holian. The Effect of Female Education on Marital Fertility in Different Size Communities in Mexico. Social Biology 31, 3-4 Holland, Bart 1987 Office of Population Research, Princeton University and Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health, New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark, New Jersey 1987 Breast-feeding, social variables, and infant mortality: a hazards model analysis of the case of Malaysia. Social Biology 34, 1-2, pp. 78-93 Holloway*, Ralph Member 1974 Holmes*, Prof. Samuel J. Advisory Council 1923-40; Member 1930; Pres., 1938-40; Member 1956 1868-1964; Human Betterment Foundation; Genetics, Berkeley; ASHG, Member 1954 Holst, Bertram P. Member 1956 Holtzman, Neil Johns Hopkins U, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Epidemiology 2009 1986 G Chase, RR Faden, NA Holtzman, AJ Chwalow, CO Leonard, C Lopes, K Quaid. Assessment of risk by pregnant women: Implications for genetic counseling and education. Social Biology 33:57-64. 1992 NA Holtzman and MA Rothstein. Eugenics and genetic discrimination. Am J Hum Genet. March; 50(3): 457–459

In this article Holtzman discusses the pressure toward the return of eugenics which might come from insurers. He points out that less protection exists than people think. Holtzman*, Stephan F. Member 1974 Holzman, Gerald B 1987 Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical College of Georgia, Atlanta 1988 WP Metheny, GB Holzman, J Taylor, W Young, JV Higgins. Amniocentesis use and risk awareness: comparison of knowledge and beliefs among older gravida. Social Biology 35(1-2):50-61. Honeyman, Merton S 1967 Connecticut Dept. of Health, Hartford 1961 The Connecticut Twin Registry. Eugenics Quarterly 8:97. Hongsheng, Hao 1995 MK Choe, Hao Hongsheng, F Wang. The effects of gender, birth order, and other correlates on child survival in China. Social Biology 42(1–2) Hook*, Ernest B Member 1974; Social Biology Manuscript referee 1977-79 1979 EB Hook. Human Germinal Mutations: Monitoring for Environmental Effects. Social Biology 26, 2 and 1980 Letter to the editor of Social Biology 27, 1 on "Human Germinal Mutations: Monitoring for Environmental Effects" Hooton, Prof. Earnest A. (General Cttee, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Advisory Council 1923-35; Member 1930 Birth Control Federation of America Inc., Medical Advisory Board (Advisory Council 1939) Prof. Anthropology, Harvard University (1930-54); established Harvard as a principal center for physical anthropology; succeeded by WW Howells q.v. (see also Peter Ellison of Harvard Anthropology); Curator, Peabody Museum, Harvard Univ. 1914-1954 Hopcroft PhD, Rosemary L 2005 U North Carolina-Charlotte 2005 Book Review of William McDonald Wallace. Techno-Cultural Evolution. Cycles of Creation and Conflict , Washington D.C: Potomac Books in Social Biology 52, 1-2 Hopkins*, Louise Alice Member 1956 1954 Clarke School for Deaf Northampton, Mass 1954 Heredity and Deafness. Eugenics Quarterly 1,3 Hopkins, Prynce Member 1956, 1967 Hoque*, Md. Nazrul [Name: Md. (sic) Nazrul Hoque] Member 2006, 2010-11; Social Biology, manuscript reviewer 2011

Texas A&M University: Institute for Demographic and Socioeconomic Research 2010, Rural Sociology 1997; Population Issues Research Center, Pennsylvania State University 1983-86 1997 Md. Nazrul Hoque, Steve H. Murdock. Socioeconomic Development, Status of Women, Family Planning and Fertility in Bangladesh: A District Level Analysis. Social Biology 44(3-4):179-197 Horiuchi MPH, Brian Y 1997 Office of Health Status Monitoring, Department of Health, Honolulu, Hawaii 1997 1997 KL Braun, H Yang, AT Onaka, BY Horiuchi. Asian and Pacific Islander mortality differences in Hawaii. Social Biology 44(3-4):213-26 Horn*, Prof. Joseph M. Member 1974 IQ/race studies Texas Adoption Project, (1972-2009), Founder, funded by Pioneer Fund U Texas-Austin: Psychology, Emeritus 2009 and Individual Differences and Evolutionary Psychology (IDEP) Area 2009 Horne DPH, Amelia Dale (El-Khorazaty) American University, Cairo 1988, 1990 1989 The span of reproduction in Egypt. Social Biology 36(3-4):255-61 JBS 1988 Amelia Dale Horne, Chirayath M. Suchindran. Maternal Age at Last Birth in Egypt. Journal of Biosocial Science 20:313-320 Hoskin, Anthony W Albright College, Sociology 2002 1999 Katherine Trent, Anthony Hoskin. “Structural Determinants of the Abortion Rate: A Cross-societal Analysis. Social Biology 46: 62-81 Houseknecht PhD, Sharon K Referee, Social Biology 1980 Ohio State U: Sociology 1977-2003, International Studies 2003-(2008) Hout, Michael Referee, Social Biology 1980 Howard, Prof. Alan Anthropology, University of Hawaii-Manoa, Emeritus 2009 1990 JM Hanna, MH Fitzgerald, JD Pearson, A Howard. Selective migration from Samoa: a longitudinal study of pre-migration differences in social and psychological characteristics. Social Biology 37(34):204-14 Howard, SB 1991 SB Howard, VE Headings. Prenatal screening for neural tube defects: perceptions of potential recipients. Social Biology 38(3-4):258-65 Howell, Prof. F Clark 1925-2007; Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley 1970-91; U Chicago 1955-1970; worked with SL Washburn

1972 Man's evolutionary past. I. Social Biology 19(2):128-35. Howell, FM 1979 FM Howell, LC Malone. Comment on Kunz and Peterson, "Family Size, Birth Order, and Academic Achievement. Social Biology 26(1):80-5 Howells*, Prof. William White Member 1956; Director 1966-71; Member 1974 (see Hooten q.v.) Harvard U, Anthropology and Curator of Somatology, Peabody Museum 1970; ASHG, Member 1954 Hsia*, Y. Edward Member 1974 Hua, Chang-i 1978 Center for Population Studies, Harvard University 1978 JP Bendel, C Hua. An estimate of the natural fecundability ratio curve, Social Biology 25:210-227 Huerta, Maria Carmen CASE/ London School of Economics, London UK 2006 2006 Pathways to early fatherhood in the UK. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course”, Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication. Huether*, Prof. Carl Albert Member 1974, 1992 U Cincinnati: 1971-2010 (Emeritus), Biology; Founding Director, Program in Genetic Counseling,
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1981 H Volodkevich, CA Huether. Causes of Low Utilization of Amniocentesis by Women of Advanced Maternal Age. Social Biology 28, 3-4 Huffman, Sandra L Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC 1999; School of Hygiene Public Health, Johns Hopkins University 1987; Department of Population Dynamics, School of Hygiene and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University 1977 1977 AKM Alauddin Chowdhury, SL Huffman, GT Curlin. Malnutrition, Menarche, and Marriage in Rural Bangladesh, Social Biology 24: 316 Huggins*, Sir Hastings Dudley Member (Foreign) 1956 University of the West Indies, West Indies: Founding Director, Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER), Mona, Jamaica 1948-1963; Principal, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad Tobago 1963-69 Background: “In the 1950s the regular seminars put on by the ISER, mostly in the office of the Director, brought together leading figures from the planning agencies, monetary authorities and office of the Financial Secretary in Jamaica. Among those who attended these seminars regularly were G. Arthur Brown and Don Mills who at the time were civil servants in the Planning Office in Jamaica. Arthur Brown was in time to become Director of the Planning Unit, Governor of the Bank of Jamaica and, more recently, Deputy Administrator, UNDP and Chairman of the UWI Campus Council (Jamaica). Don Mills, now an

Honorary Research Fellow of the Institute, served Jamaica in several senior positions including Director of Planning in the 1960s and Jamaican Ambassador to the UN in the 1970s” from http://jacs4.tripod.com/background.html Hughes, Austin L 1984 PhD Indiana U; Biology Department, Indiana University 1985; Animal Behavior Research Group, Zoology Dept., U Oxford 1986, 1989; Center for Demographic and Population Genetics, The University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston 1989 1986 Reproductive success and occupational class in eighteenth-century Lancashire, England. Social Biology 33: 109-115 and see [1985 AL Hughes. Male size, mating success, and mating strategy in the mosquitofish Gambusia affinis (Poeciliidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 17, Number 3 / August, 1985 1988 Evolution and human kinship. AL Hughes ‘While there have been controversial attempts to link conclusions from sociobiological studies of animal populations to humans, few behavioral scientists or anthropologists have made serious progress. In this work, Austin Hughes presents a unique and well-defined theoretical approach to human social behavior that is rooted in evolutionary biology and sociobiology, and which is additionally viewed as a direct continuation of the structural-functional tradition in anthropological research. Using mathematical and statistical techniques, Hughes applies the principles of kin selection theory--which states that natural selection can favor social acts that increase the fitness of both individuals and their relatives--to anthropological data. Among the topics covered are the subdivision of kin groups, selection of leaders in traditional societies, patronage systems, and the correspondence between social and biological kinship. The author concludes that patterns of concentration of relatedness are more important than average relatedness for predicting social behavior. He also shows that social interactions can often be predicted on the basis of common genetic interest in dependent offspring. The result is a major contribution to the field of behavioral biology.” 1988 Pattern of nucleotide substitution at major histocompatibility complex class I …. Nature 335, Sept. 8 1988. AL Hughes, M Nei -Center for Demographic and Population Genetics, the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston 1989 Interaction between strains in the social relations of inbred mice. Behavior Genetics 19, 5 / September, 1989 1990 Positive Darwinian selection promotes charge profile diversity in the antigen-binding cleft of class I major-histocompatibility-complex molecules. AL Hughes, T Ota and M Nei. Molecular Biology and Evolution, Vol 7, 515-524 Address for correspondence and reprints: Dr. Austin L. Hughes, Department of Biology, 208 Mueller Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University] Hulse*, Prof. Frederick Dir. 1971-74 1972 Natural selection and differential population growth of human races. Social Biology 19(2):171-9. 1964 "The Paragon of Animals", Eugenics Quarterly, v. 11, no. 1 1963 Frederick S. Hulse, “Review” of Mankind Evolving by Theodosius Dobzhansky, Eugenics Quarterly 10:88-89 1961 "Welfare, Demography and Genetics", Eugenics Quarterly, v. 8, no. 4 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1969 Ethnic, caste and genetic miscegenation. Journal of Biosocial Science Suppl 1:31-41. Hummer*, Prof. Robert A Ad Hoc Reviewer, Social Biology

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Hurst* MD, Dr. Lewis A. Member (Foreign) 1956; South Africa 1961 "Applications of Genetics in Psychiatry and Neurology", Eugenics Quarterly, v. 8, #2 1952 "Research in Genetics and Psychiatry: New York State Psychiatric Institute", Eugenical News, v. 37, 86-91 (work of F. J. Kallmann q.v. outlined) Husain, Ishrat Z World Bank 1993 1970 IZ Husain. Educational Status and Differential Fertility in India. Social Biology 17(2), 1970 Hussey PhD, Jon M U North Carolina: Carolina Population Center 2009-2011 and School of Global Public Health, Maternal and Child Health 2009-2011 and National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health), Wave 4, Co-Investigator 1998 JM Hussey, I Elo*. Cause-specific mortality among older African-Americans: correlates and consequences of age misreporting. Social Biology 44, 3-4 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5R01HD057073-02 Hussey, Jon M University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill Socioeconomic Disparities in Young Adult Health Hurd, James Parker Bethel University, Sociology and Anthropology 1982-2011 (Emeritus); 1981 Pennsylvania State U, Anthropology, PhD 1989 Book Review. Social Biology 36, 1-2 1985 JP Hurd. Kissing cousins: frequencies of cousin types in Nebraska Amish marriages, Social Biology 32, 1-2, pp. 82-89 1983 JP Hurd. Kin Relatedness and Church Fissioning among the ‘Nebraska’ Amish of Pennsylvania, Social Biology 30, 1 Hussain, AM 1994 Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research, Mohakhali, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1994 AM Hussain, M Rafiquzzaman. Determinants of weaning age in rural Bangladesh. Social Biology 41(1-2):78-82 Hyle, Patricia Davis 1992 Battelle Health and Population Research Center, Seattle, Washington 1992 K Tanfer, PD Hyle. Determinants and effects of waiting time to coitus. Social Biology 39, 34, pp. 183-202 Hymbaugh, Karen J 1983 Public Administration, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque 1983 PA May, KJ Hymbaugh, JM Aase, JM Samet. Epidemiology of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome among American Indians of the Southwest. Social Biology 30(4):374-387 Hyrenius*, Hannes

Member 1974; Sweden; used Louis Henry’s method before Henry (1942) Ibrahim, IB 1977 College of Business Administration, University of Hawaii, Honolulu 1977 IB Ibrahim, C Carter, D McLaughlin, MN Rashad. Ethnicity and suicide in Hawaii. Social Biology 24(1):10-6. Iha*, Thomas H. Member 1974 Imaizumi, Yoko 1980-81 Institute of Population Problems, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Tokyo, Japan 1981 Y Imaizumi, E Inouye, A Asaka. Mortality Rates in Japanese Twins: Infant Deaths of Twins after Birth to One Year of Age. Social Biology 28, 3-4 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1987 Yoko Imaizumi. Reasons for consanguineous marriages in Japan. Journal of Biosocial Science 19(1):97-106 Immerman, Ronald Stuart 2003 RS Immerman, Wade C Mackey. A proposed feedback loop of sexually transmitted diseases and sexual behavior: the Red Queen's Dilemma. Social Biology 50, 3-4 2003 RS Immerman, Wade C Mackey. The father (to) child affiliate bond: Convergent evolution with the canid analogue. Social Biology 50, 1-2 1998 RS Immerman, Wade C Mackey. A biocultural analysis of circumcision. Social Biology 45, 3-4 Mankind Quarterly 2008 Ronald Immerman, Wade C Mackey. A Test of the Trivers-Willard Hypothesis with Three Samples of High-achieving Men: a Tenuous Fit for an Altricial, Fathering-intensive Species. Mankind Quarterly 49, 2 2006 Ronald Immerman, Wade C Mackey. A Corollary to Revonsuo's "The Reinterpretation of Dreams". Mankind Quarterly 47, 1-2 2006 Wade C. Mackey and Ronald S. Immerman. Whither Lithuania and Japan? Canaries in the Mine or Outliers of Evolutionary Change? Mankind Quarterly 46, 3 (“Aligned with the enhanced availability of relatively inexpensive and effective contraceptive technologies, a philosophy of gender egalitarianism also emerged and, in many communities, became culturally ensconced. An unexpected consequence of these two dynamics, acting in tandem, was the lowering of the fertility rate to belowreplacement value.” From abstract http://www.mankindquarterly.org/spring2006_mackey.html) 2005 Wade C. Mackey, Ronald S. Immerman. The Fertility Paradox: Gender Roles, Fertility and Cultural Evolution. Mankind Quarterly, Vol. 45, 3 (“This new philosophy of gender egalitarianism is in direct contrast to the older tradition of gender complementarity that still survives in many other cultures despite technological modernization. The greater freedom of women in gender egalitarian societies has nevertheless created a paradox: gender egalitarian societies are likely to be replaced by gender complimentary societies. This is because the increased autonomy and freedom of women is accompanied by a declining birthrate, and societies that practice gender equality must therefore be inevitably replaced by the surplus population from societies that restrict the activities of women to childbearing, and maintain a competitively higher birthrate. The authors suggest that no current community has managed to solve this paradox.” From abstract http://www.mankindquarterly.org/spring2005_mackey.html)

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Kanellakis*, Prof. Athanasios Member 1974; Greece Kang, Yung Sun 1967 Zoology, Seoul National University, Seoul 1967 YS Kang, SW Lee, S Park, WK Cho. Color blindness among Korean students. Eugenics Quarterly 14(4):271-3. 1959 YS Kang, WK Cho. The Sex Ratio at Birth of the Korean Population. Eugenics Quarterly 6: 187-195 Kannae, Lawrence 1994, 1998 University of Akron, Sociology 1998 L Kannae, Brian F Pendleton. Socioeconomic status and the use of family planning among Ghanaian Government Workers. Social Biology 45(1-2):113-133. Kanter*, John F Member 1974; d. 2/2009 Population Association of America, President 1982 Johns Hopkins U, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Dept. Population Dynamics [now Population, Family and Reproductive Health] 1968-(1985); Population Council 1965 Helped found University of Western Ontario, Dept. Sociology (which is oriented toward population issues see TR Balakrishnan q.v., F. Rajulton q.v., etc) Population Council, PDR 1972 TR Balakrishnan, S Ross, JD Allingham, JF Kanter. Attitudes toward Abortion of Married Woman in Metropolitan Toronto. Social Biology 19:35-42 1965 book review, Eugenics Quarterly 12, 3 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1981 M Zelnik, K Ford, JF Kantner. Sexual behaviour and contraceptive use among socioeconomic groups of young women in the United States. Journal of Biosocial Science 13(1):31-45. Kaplan*, Arnold R Member 1956; Director Sept. 1971-1972 Lab of Medical Genetics, Cleveland Psychiatric Institute, Ohio 1964-1969 1967 AR Kaplan. Report on a conference: the transmission of schizophrenia. Eugenics Quarterly 14(4):302-4. 1966 AR Kaplan. A note on the genetics of "schizophrenia". Eugenics Quarterly 13(2):165-6. 1966 Book Review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 1 1965 AR Kaplan. On the Genetics of `Schizophrenia. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 3 1963 By-Laws of American Eugenics Society, Inc. Eugenics Quarterly 10:202-5 1964 AR Kaplan. Biology, Politics and Race. Eugenics Quarterly 10:188-90. 1962 AR Kaplan. Phenylketonuria: a review. Eugenics Quarterly 9:151-60 1962 AR Kaplan. Applications of genetics in psychiatry and neurology. Eugenics Quarterly 9:98-102 1958AR Kaplan. Biochemical Studies in Schizophrenia. Eugenics Quarterly 5, no. 2 Kaplan and the Tobacco Institute Each recipient of a grant-in-aid from The Council for Tobacco Research-U.S.A., is responsible for the initial presentation or publication of the results of his research at scientific meetings or in appropriate scientific journals. Following are abstracts, approved by the authors, of research reports acknowledging support from The Council that have appeared in scientific journals since publication

of the 1963-64 Report of the Scientific Director. These abstracts have been grouped under the following headings: I. Psycho-Physiological Studies, II. Cardiovascular Disease, III. Carcinogenesis Studies, IV. Other Cancer Studies, V. Pulmonary Physiology Studies, VI. Chemistry & Biochemistry Studies, VII. Pharmacology & Psycho-Pharmacology Studies, VIII. Other Studies: I. Psycho-Physiological Studies "TASTE THRESHOLDS FOR BITTERNESS AND CIGARETTE SMOKING." By Arnold R. Kaplan and Edward V. Glanville, Laboratory of Medical Genetics, Cleveland Psychiatric Institute; and Roland Fischer, Research Division Department of Psychiatry and Department of Physiological Chemistry, Ohio State University Medical School, Columbus, Ohio. Nature 202:1366, June 27, 1964. (Grantee: Kaplan) This communication records the association between the smoking habits of 31 to 50-year old males and females, and their taste thresholds for two bitter-tasting compounds, quinine and 6-npropylthiouracil (PROP), a phenylthiourea compound, taste sensitivity to which is bimodally distributed, consistent with the hypothesis of a simple genetic dichotomy. The experiments confirm a relationship between smoking and bitter taste thresholds. From a total of, 266 subjects tested, only the 34 "heavy smokers" who used 20 or more cigarettes daily and 40 non-smokers in the same age range were selected for comparative examination. The most significant difference in taste threshold for quinine was observed between the male smokers, with a mean threshold of 7.8, and the male nonsmokers, with a mean threshold' of 4.6, a highly significant statistical difference ( P-0.001) . The female smokers were also less sensitive to quinine, but the difference was less significant (P-0.012). “ From http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/00825480-5557.html Kaplan, Bernice 1974 Departments of Anatomy and Anthropology, Wayne State University, Detroit 1974 GW Lasker, B Kaplan. Graying of the hair and mortality. Social Biology 21(3):290-5 Kaplan, Prof. George A U Michigan School of Public Health 1997-2011 (emeritus since 2003), Founder/Director, Center for Social Epidemiology & Population Health (CSEPH) 2010; Director, Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholars Program at the University of Michigan 2009 AE Aiello, George A Kaplan. Socioeconomic Position and Inflammatory and Immune Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Disease: Applications to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):178-205 Kaplan*, Prof. Hillard Society for the Study of Social Biology, Board 2006-2009, 2011 (from www.usc.edu/dept/gero/sssb/board.html as of 6/3/2009 and 12/7/2011 and Biodemography and Social Biology 55 (the Society is never listed on Kaplan’s CV) U New Mexico-Albuquerque, Evolutionary Anthropology 2009-11; Tsimane Project Director 2011 2011 Sarinnapha Vasunilashorn, Caleb E. Finch, Eileen M. Crimmins*, Suvi A. Vikman, Jonathan Stieglitz, Michael Gurven, Hillard Kaplan*, Hooman Allayee. Inflammatory Gene Variants in the Tsimane, an Indigenous Bolivian Population with a High Infectious Load. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 33-52. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 2010 Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference: Hillard Kaplan*, Eileen Crimmins*, Jeff Winking q.v., Michael Gurven q.v., Caleb Finch, Sarinnapha Vasunilashorn, Hooman Allayee, Jung Ki Kim, Jonathan Stieglitz. Genetic markers and age in the Tsimane of Bolivia

[2002 Hillard S. Kaplan* and Arthur J. Robson. The emergence of humans: The coevolution of intelligence and longevity with intergenerational transfers. Proceedings of National Academy of Science, USA, 99(15):10221–10226] This article is central to the new theory.] Kaplan’s theories on the hunter-gatherers are central to biodemography and the Tsimane project, led by Hillard Kaplan is central to Kaplan. Hence it should be scrutinized closely. http://www.unm.edu/~tsimane/. Population Studies Center, U Michigan Population Council, PDR Government Money 2004 National Institute on Aging. The Human Life Course and the Biodemography of Aging (with Michael Gurven). Five years ($2,662,000), PI, 50% time Kapoor, Renu 1991 International Institute for Population Sciences, Deonar, Bombay, India 1991 R Kapoor. Fetal loss and contraceptive acceptance among the Bhopal gas victims. Social Biology 38(3-4):242-8 Kark MD, PhD, Jeremy D 1984 Jerusalem Lipid Research Clinic and 1984, 1995 Department of Social Medicine, Hadassah Medical Organization and Hebrew University, Hadassah School of Public Health, Jerusalem, Israel 1984 Y Friedlander, JD Kark. Familial aggregation of blood pressure in a Jewish population sample in Jerusalem among ethnic and religious groupings. Social Biology 31(1-2):75-90 Karp, R 1973 AJ Sobrero, KL Kohli, H Edey, JE Davis, R Karp. A vasectomy service in a free-standing family planning center: one year's experience. Social Biology 20(3):303-7 Kaufman, Gayle 2011 Sociology, Davidson College; post-doctoral, Carolina Population Center, UNC; Population Council, PDR 1996 G Kaufman, DL Poston, Jr., TA Hirschl, JM Stycos. Teenage Sexual Attitudes in China. Social Biology 43, 3-4 Kaur* MD, Dr. Rajkumariji Amrit Member (Foreign) 1956; Indian Minister of Health Kaszycka, KA 1991 Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1991 J Strzalko, KA Kaszycka. Physical attractiveness: interpersonal and intrapersonal variability of assessments. Social Biology 39, 170–176 Keefe PhD, Prof. Richard SE Duke U Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 1995-2011 Department of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York 1997 1991 BA Cornblatt, RSE Keefe. The genetics of mental illness. Social Biology, 38:163-218, 1991. 1991 RSE Keefe, JM Silverman, LJ Siever, BA Cornblatt. Refining Phenotype Characterization in GeneticLinkage Studies of Schizophrenia. Social Biology 38 (3-4): 197-218

Keele*, Dr. Steven Member 1969 Keeler*, Prof. Clyde E. Member 1956, 1979 ASHG, Member 1954 1950 Clyde Keeler. An attempt to eliminate a genetic syndrome in man. Eugenical News 35, 40-44 Background: 1947 Clyde Keeler. Coat color, physique and temperament: materials for the synthesis of hereditary behavior trends in the lower mammals and man. Journal of Heredity, 38, 271-277 ("... 15 mammals and man indicate a positive correlation between certain coat characteristics..." and behavior patterns p. 2029, Cumulative Author Index to Psychological Abstracts 1927-58. [This means that skin color may be predictive of behavior or, in other words, in Georgia, racism. EW note]) Keiter, F 1964 University Wurzburg, Hamburg, Germany 1963 F Keiter. The races of Europe: myths and facts. Eugenics Quarterly 10:22-32. Keller* Jr., Prof. Roger F. Member 1956, 1974, 1979 ASHG, Member 1954; Biology, U Akron, Ohio 1954 Kelly, Anthea 1979 Epidemiology Laboratory, University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada 1979 L Munan, A Kelly. Frequency of fatal congenital anomalies of the nervous system: association with geographic latitude. Social Biology 26(4):335-40. Kelly*, E. Lowell Member 1956, 1974 Kelly, Thaddeus E Referee, Social Biology 1980 Kelso*, Prof. Alec John Member 1974 University of Colorado, Anthropology 1958-2011 (emeritus 2010 Kemkes, Ariane (Kemkes-Grottenthaler) Tholius Institute, Scottsdale, Arizona 2006-2010; Institute of Anthropology, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany 2004, 2005 2008 A Kemkes. Is Perceived Childlessness a Cue for Stereotyping? Evolutionary Aspects of a Social Phenomenon. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 Kemnitzer*, Luis S. Member 1974 Kemp*, Tage Foreign Member 1956; Danish; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932) 1954 Professor of Human Genetics, University of Copenhagen

1954 T Kemp. Prevalence of Genetically Based Physical and Mental Deficiencies and the Frequency of Related Genes: Information on Population Groups and Methods of Investigation. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4: 215-20 (from UN sponsored World Population Conference, Rome, September 1954) Kempthorne, Oscar ASHG, Member 1954; Statistical Lab, U Iowa, Ames 1954 1980 Book Review. Social Biology 27, 3 1974 O Kempthorne. A Review of Collected Papers of R. A. Fisher, ed. JH Bennett. Social Biology 21, 98-101. Kenen, Regina 1987 Sociology and Anthropology, Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey 1987 Regina Kenen, Charles R Hammerslough. Reservation and Non-reservation American Indian Mortality in 1970 and 1978. Social Biology 34(1-2):26-36 Keppel, Kenneth G 1981 Natality Statistics Branch, National Center for Health Statistics, Hyattsville, Maryland 1981 KG Keppel. Mortality differentials by size of place and sex in Pennsylvania for 1960 and 1970. Social Biology 28(1-2):41-8. Kern*, Paul J. Member 1956 Kessel, Raymond 1984 Clinical Genetics Program, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1984 HS Barden, R Kessel, V Schuett. The Costs and Benefits of Screening for PKU in Wisconsin, Social Biology. 31(1-2):1 1984 HS Barden, R Kessel. The Costs and Benefits of Screening for Congenital Hypothyroidism in Wisconsin Social Biology 31: 3–4 185-200. Kesselman, Aviva B 1964 Demography Section, Biometry Branch, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland 1964 AB Kesselman, JC Bailar 3rd. Disease Incidence and Season of Birth: A Note on Methodology. Eugenics Quarterly 11:112-5. Kessler, Seymour 1980 Genetic Counseling Program, University of California, Berkeley 1980 The psychological paradigm shift in genetic counseling. Social Biology 27(3): 153-167 Kestenbaum, Bert 1987 Office of the Actuary, Social Security Administration, Baltimore, Maryland 1987 Seasonality of Birth: Two Findings from the Decennial Census. Social Biology 34(3-4):244-8 Ketels*, Mrs. Hark Member 1956 Kety*, Prof. Seymour Dir. 1981-1986 1915-2000; editor in chief, Journal of Psychiatric Research 1959-83

first scientific director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH/ NIH) Keyfitz*, Prof. Nathan Member 1974; Dir. 1982-87, 1989-91; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1978, 1979 Population Association of America, President, 1970-71 Population Council, PDR 1971 Demography, Berkeley University 1971 How birth control affects births. Social Biology, 18(2) (Ginsburg) "National Leaders ... want to add as few more people as possible ... one birth prevented is one unemployed person fewer in 2010 ... [the unemployed person maybe] a high school or college graduate and therefore especially dangerous to political stability" Kety Keynes**, John Maynard (English) Eugenics Society 1883-1946 [1937 JM Keynes. Some Economic Consequences of a Declining Population. Eugenics Review, Vol. 29, (April, 1937), pp. 13-17] Khan, AG 1998 S Sureender, B Prabakaran, AG Khan. Mate selection and its impact on female marriage age, pregnancy wastages, and first child survival in Tamil Nadu, India. Social Biology 45: 289-301 Khan, HT 1994 HT Khan, R Raeside. Urban and rural fertility in Bangladesh: a causal approach. Social Biology 41(3-4):240-51 Khan*, Mohammad Fasahat Ali Member (Foreign) 1956; West Pakistan Klat, Myriam (or Khlat, listed as both at PubMed) INED, France 1988 M Khlat. Consanguineous marriages in Beirut: time trends, spatial distribution. Social Biology 35: 324-330. 1986 M Klat, A Khudr. Religious endogamy and consanguinity in marriage patterns in Beirut, Lebanon. Social Biology 33: 138-145. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1986 M Klat, S Halabi. Modernization and consanguineous marriage in Beirut. Journal of Biosocial Science 18(4):489-95. 1984 M Klat, A Khudr. Cousin marriages in Beirut, Lebanon: is the pattern changing? Journal of Biosocial Science 16(3):369-73. Khudr, Adele 1986 National Unit of Human Genetics and the Department of Pediatrics, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Beirut, Lebanon 1986 M Klat, A Khudr. Religious endogamy and consanguinity in marriage patterns in Beirut, Lebanon. Social Biology 33: 138-145.

JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1984 M Klat, A Khudr. Cousin marriages in Beirut, Lebanon: is the pattern changing? Journal of Biosocial Science 16(3):369-73. Kidd*, Prof. KK Director 1978-80, 1983-85; Referee, Social Biology 1976, 1979; vice-president 1991-1993 Yale University School of Medicine, Genetics: Kidd Lab 2009 and Professor of Genetics, Psychiatry, and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology 2009; ALFRED 2009 [The ALlele FREquency Database: A resource of gene frequency data on human populations supported by the U. S. National Science Foundation] 1991 KK Kidd. Trials and Tribulations in the Search for Genes Causing Neuropsychiatric Disorders. Social Biology 38 (3-4): 163-178 1980 LA Morton, KK Kidd. The effects of variable age-of-onset and diagnostic criteria on the estimates of linkage: an example using manic-depressive illness and color blindness. 1974 Book Review. Social Biology 2, 2 1973 KK Kidd, LL Cavalli-Sforza. Analysis of Genetics of Schizophrenia. Social Biology 20 (3): 254-265 “Current Research: Normal DNA sequence variation such as single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), short tandem repeat polymorphisms (STRPs), etc. have made Homo sapiens amenable to many types of genetic analysis. We are using these polymorphisms to search for the genes for several inherited disorders, including neuropsychiatric disorders, and working on statistical methods to analyze the data. We are also studying these polymorphisms on DNA samples from many different human populations with an emphasis on understanding the organization of normal variation including studies of linkage disequilibrium and estimates of the distribution of the variation in the entire species. We have established a database, ALFRED, the ALlele FREquency Database, to accumulate allele frequencies of DNA polymorphisms. For the past several years my laboratory has studied the genetics of complex human disorders, those disorders that fail to show a Mendelian pattern but do "run in families". DNA polymorphisms are now being used to search for the genetic loci of major effect in behavioral and other complex disorders. Our efforts to find genes responsible for neuropsychiatric disorders have most recently focused on Giles de la Tourette Syndrome, but studies of schizophrenia are also ongoing. In both cases, we have family data, collected in collaboration with many other investigators, on which extensive diagnostic evaluations have been completed. Complete 10 cM genome scans have been completed on most of the large kindreds and sets of small families. While no locus appears to account for all cases of Gilles Tourette Syndrome, we have strong evidence of a predisposing genetic factor on the distal long arm of chromosome 17. Studies are ongoing to narrow the region and identify the relevant variant. We are also studying the population genetics of expressed and non-expressed genetic variation at several genes of known neurologic relevance, such as the dopamine receptors D2 and D4 and the enzyme COMT, Catechol-O-methyl transferase. Also, because of their demonstrated relevance to alcoholism we are studying the genes involved in ethanol metabolism, the ADH genes and ALDH2. Understanding the nature of the common normal variation at these loci provides a background for investigating how they might influence normal and abnormal neurologic/metabolic function and susceptibility to psychiatric disorders. The duplicated ADH Class 1 genes are unique to primates and are the focus of molecular evolution studies. Several more evolution-oriented projects are also being pursued. These include theoretical studies as well as studying samples from diverse human populations for DNA polymorphisms. For some genes of

interest we are also collecting DNA sequence of other great apes to examine the origins of the human lineage. The lab's efforts are currently focused on genome diversity among world populations and understanding how that diversity arose. We have accumulated cell lines on individuals from over 40 different populations and plan to increase this resource in the coming years. On a global basis we are finding that the majority of alleles for nuclear DNA polymorphisms are present in most populations around the world, though sub-Saharan African populations have more genetic variation (alleles), in general, than indigenous populations in any other part of the world. We interpret the data to mean that there was a major founder effect and loss of variation associated with the expansion of modern humans out of Africa. Haplotype data collected on all of the populations we are studying are beginning to reveal patterns that provide a better understanding of that founder effect and the recent evolutionary history of modern humans. Bioinformatics research, in collaboration with the Yale Center for Medical Informatics, is ongoing in two areas. We are working to improve data management for the extensive marker typing results accumulating on many of the projects. We are also working to improve the utility of data in ALFRED through new search and display modes as well as relevant links to other online sources. Polymorphic patterns for the alpha satellite repetitive DNA on chromosome 17. The commonly seen polymorphism, using Pvu II to digest genomic DNA of Caucasians, is the presence or absence of a tandemly repeated sequence of 2.2kb, as illustrated in the first two lanes. We have found several new variant phenotypes in African pygmies, as illustrated in lanes 3 through 7 where band intensity is related to number of copies of a unit of that length.” From http://www.med.yale.edu/genetics/faculty Kieffer MPH PhD, Edith C (Edie) U Michigan, School of Public Health, Health Behavior and Health Education 1996, 2002-(2009) Maternal and Child Health Program, Department of Community Health Development, School of Public Health, University of Hawaii, Manoa, Honolulu 1978, 1992 1992 GR Alexander, G Baruffi, J Mor, E Kieffer. Maternal nativity status and pregnancy outcome among U.S.-born Filipinos. Social Biology 39(3-4), 278-284 Kiesler, Sara B Referee, Social Biology 1975-79 Kim, Han Young 1971 Sociology, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario 1971 Balance and Dissonance Theories of the Adoption and Diffusion of an Innovation Applied to the IUCD. Social Biology 17 Kim, Jung Ki Population Council, PDR 2005 Eileen M. Crimmins*, Beth J Soldo*, Jung Ki Kim, Dawn E Alley. Using Anthropometric Indicators for Mexicans in the United States and Mexico to Understand the Selection of Migrants and the “Hispanic Paradox”. Social Biology 52, 3-4 (Support for this project was provided by NIH Grants R01AG1801, P30 AG17265, P30 AG12836, R01 AG023347, R01 AF1846 T32 AG00037) 2010 Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference: Hillard Kaplan*, Eileen Crimmins*, Jeff Winking q.v., Michael Gurven q.v., Jung Ki Kim q.v., Caleb Finch, Sarinnapha Vasunilashorn, Hooman Allayee, Jonathan Stieglitz. Genetic markers and age in the Tsimane of Bolivia

Kim, Young J d. 2006; Johns Hopkins, Population Dynamics, Emeritus 2006 2000 Young J Kim, Nan Marie Astone, Nancy Murray, Robert Schoen, Constance A Nathanson. The Impact of Fertility Intentions on Behavior: The Case of Sterilization. Social Biology 47: 61-76 King, Alexander D 2004 Book Review for Social Biology 2004 University of Aberdeen 2004 Book Review of The Reindeer People by Piers Vitebsky in Social Biology 51,1-2 King*, Prof. Haitung Member 1974 King, Heather Human Development and Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University: 2009-2011, PhD Thesis 2011 Behavioral, Personality, And Hormonal Correlates Of Types And Dimensions Of Physical Health Symptoms In Daily Life. (Chair : David Almeida) 2009 DM Almeida, K McGonagle, Heather King. Assessing Daily Stress Processes in Social Surveys by Combining Stressor Exposure and Salivary Cortisol. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):219-237 King, James C 1954 Biological Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y. 1954 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 King*, Lyle E. Member 1956 King*, Prof. Mary Claire Dir. 1992-1994 found the so-called breast cancer gene; Human Genome Diversity Project U Washington-Seattle, Genome Science 1995-(2011); University of California, Berkeley, genetics and epidemiology 1976-1995 Kirchengast, Sylvia 1998 U Vienna, Austria 2000 Sylvia Kirchengast, B Hartmann. Association between Maternal Age at Menarche and Newborn Size. Social Biology 47 1-2: 114-26 Kirk*, Dudley Pres. 1969-72; Director 1956-75; Treasurer 1974 (Winter)-1978; Referee, Social Biology 1975-79; Editorial Board, Social Biology 1980 1913-2000 Population Council, first demographic director (1954-68) Population Association of America, President, 1959-60 Population Council, PDR 1979 Book Review. Social Biology 26, 1 1972 Dudley Kirk. Discussion: Man's evolutionary future, session VI. Social Biology 19(4):362-6 1973 Book Reviews. Social Biology 20, 1 and 2

1971 Book Review. Social Biology 21, 4 1969 Book Review. Social Biology 16, 3 1968 Dudley Kirk, Richard Lewontin, JF Crow. Selective Mating, Assortative Mating, and Inbreeding: Definitions and Implications. Eugenics Quarterly 15:141 1966 Dudley Kirk. Demographic Factors Affecting the Opportunity for Natural Selection in the US. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 3 1966 Dudley Kirk. Notes at the conclusion of the Second Princeton Conference. Eugenics Quarterly 13:147-51 1961 Gordon Allen, Dudley Kirk, JP Scott, HL Shapiro, Bruce Wallace. Statement of the Eugenic Position: By the Special Committee of the Board of Directors American Eugenics Society. Eugenics Quarterly 8: 181-184. 1955 Dudley Kirk. Dynamics of Human Populations. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 1 pp. 18-25 1954 Book review. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 Kirkham, Prof. William B. Member 1925, 1930, 1956 Kiser*, Clyde V Director 1958-63; Pres., 1964-68; Director 1969-71; Member 1974 Tuskegee Syphilis Study Kiser was at Milbank Memorial Fund 1954, 1958-63, 1969-71; during this period the Milbank was financing the Tuskegee syphilis project Population Association of America, President, 1952-53 1973 Clyde V Kiser*. Contributions of P K Whelpton to Demography. Social Biology 20, 4 1972 Book Review. Social Biology 19, 2 1971 Clyde V Kiser*. Opening Statement, Session on Black Demography, Population Association of America Meetings 1971. Social Biology 18, 4 and Book Review. Social Biology 18, 1 1970 Clyde V Kiser*. Changing patterns of fertility in the United States. Social Biology 17, 4 1970 Book Review of Growth of the Black Population by Reynolds Farley* . Social Biology 18: 99-101 1968 Clyde V Kiser*. Trends in fertility differentials by color and socioeconomic status in the United States. Eugenics Quarterly 15, 4 1968 CV Kiser. Assortative Mating by Educational Attainment in Relation to Fertility. Eugenics Quarterly 15, 3 1965 Clyde V Kiser*. Types of demographic data of possible relevance to population genetics. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 2 1959 Clyde V Kiser*. Current Mating and Fertility Patterns and their demographic significance. Eugenics Quarterly 6:65-82 1957 Gordon Allen M.D., Helen Hammons, C Nash Herndon M.D., Clyde V Kiser, Frank Lorimer. A Reading List on Eugenics. Eugenics Quarterly 4, 4 1956 Clyde V Kiser*. Methodological Lessons of the Indianapolis Fertility Study. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 3 and Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 1 1955 Charles F Westoff, EG Mishler, RG Potter Jr.*, Clyde V Kiser. A New Study of American Fertility: Social and Psychological Factors. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 4 1954 Abstracts. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 1 and 1, 3 and 1, 4; Book review, Eugenics Quarterly 1, 3 1949 Clyde V Kiser, PK Whelpton. Number of children in relation to fertility planning and socioeconomic status. Eugenical News 34, 33-43 Kishimoto, Ken Ishi

Member (Foreign) 1956; Japan 1962 KI Kishimoto. Preliminary Report of the Activities of the Consanguinity Study Group of the Science Council of Japan. Eugenics Quarterly 9, 1 Kisker, Ellen Eliason 1987 EE Kisker, N Goldman*. Perils of single life and benefits of marriage. Social Biology, 34, 3-4, 135152 Klein* MD DSc, Donald Franklin Member 2009 Klein*, H. Edward Member 1974 Klein*, Thomas W. Member 1974 1973 TW Klein, JC DeFries. Racial and cultural differences in sensitivity to flickering light. Social Biology 20, 212-217. Kloepfer*, Prof. H Warner Member 1956, 1974 ASHG, Member 1954; Anatomy, Tulane U 1954 1960 HW Kloepfer. Genetic Signposts of Preventive Medicine. Eugenics Quarterly 7, 2 1955 HW Kloepfer. Heredity Counseling, Starting a Heredity Clinic. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 3 Kluckhohn*, Prof. Clyde Kay Maben Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954; Harvard U 1954 Knight*, Louise A. Member 1974; England Knodel, Prof. John E Referee, Social Biology 1977, 1980 U Michigan: Population Studies Center 2009-2011 and Michigan Center on Demography of Aging 2009 and Sociology (Emeritus 2010) Population Council, PDR 1984 John Knodel, Gary Lewis. Postpartum amenorrhea in selected developing countries: Estimates from Contraceptive Prevalence Surveys. Social Biology, 31, 3-4 Knox, JB 1964 JB Knox, VN Hill. Family Size, Status and Mobility: Some Argentine and American Data. Eugenics Quarterly 11:90-5. Knudson* Jr., Prof. Alfred G. Member 1974 Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia 1976-(2011) Ko, Chyong-Fang

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1998 Thomas K Welty, Valborg L Kvigne, Loretta Bad Heart Bull, Gary R. Leonardson, Loralei Lacina. Relationship of prenatal alcohol use with maternal and prenatal factors in American Indian women. Social Biology 45(3-4):214-22 Leonetti, Donna L U Washington, Biocultural Anthropology, 1990, 2009-2011 and Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology 2009-2011 1978 DL Leonetti. The biocultural pattern of Japanese-American fertility. Social Biology 25(1):38-51 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2000 DL Leonetti, DC Nath, MS Steele. Analysis of birth intervals in a non-contracepting Indian population: An evolutionary ecological approach. Journal of Biosocial Science 32:343-354. 1982 DL Leonetti, L Newell-Morris. Lifetime patterns of childbearing and employment: a study of second-generation Japanese American women. Journal of Biosocial Science 14(1):81-97 Lerner*, Prof. Isadore Michael Member 1974 1910-1977; Genetics, Univ. California at Berkeley 1974 1959 I. Michael Lerner, Theodosius Dobzhansky & Hermann J. Muller. Genetics today and “the origin of species”. Eugenics Quarterly 6, 4 Lerner, Prof. Richard M Member 2009, 2011 (CV http://ase.tufts.edu/iaryd/documents/CVlernerR.pdf) Tufts University: 1999-2011 Bergstrom Chair in Applied Developmental Science, Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development 1999-2011 and Director, Applied Developmental Science Institute, (now Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development) 1999-2011 Leslie*, Prof. Paul W Member 2008, 2011 (CV http://www.cpc.unc.edu/people/cv/leslie.pdf); reviewer for Social Biology U North Carolina: 2006-2011 Anthropology (Chair 2010-2011) and Carolina Population Center 20092011; MA student of PT Baker* 1972 2006 Benjamin C Campbell, Paul W Leslie*, KL Campbell. Age-Related Patterns of Urinary Gonadotropins (FSH and LH) and E-3-G as Measures of Reproductive Function among Turkana males of Northern Kenya. Social Biology 53, 1-2 (funded by National Science Foundation (NSF) grant DBS 9207837 and DBS 92-07891 and presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” 2006) 1976 PW Leslie*, JW MacCluer* and Bennett Dyke*. On the minimum size of endogamous populations. Social Biology, v. 23, 1-12 Lesthaeghe, Ronald Vakgroep Sociaal Onderzoek/Interface Demography, Vrije Universiteit, Brussels, Belgium 1977-(2010); visiting U Michigan Population Studies Center 2009; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 1972 RL Cliquet, M Thiery, R Lesthaeghe. An interdisciplinary research project on fertility, fertility regulation, and partner relations. Social Biology 19(1):71-3. Lestrel*, Prof. Peter E Member 1967, 1974 UCLA, School of Dentistry Sections of Orthodontics and Oral Biology; UCLA Anthropology, Emeritus 2009 acc to http://plestrel.com/ 1967 Reply to Cracraft's comments. Eugenics Quarterly 14(4):300-1

1967 On some problems concerning adaptation in human populations. Eugenics Quarterly 14(2):155-6 Levene*, Prof. Howard Member 1956 Director-at-large, American Society of Human Genetics 1954 Columbia U, Statistics 1948-(1979) Levin, Jeffrey S Eastern Virginia Medical School, Department of Family and Community Medicine 1996; Graduate Student, U Texas Medical Branch-Galveston, Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health, Division of Sociomedical Sciences 1986 1985 Jeffrey Levin, Kyriakos S. Markides. Socioeconomic Status and Infant Mortality among Hispanics in a Southwestern City. Social Biology 32(1-2): 61-64 Levin, Samuel M 1964 The Malthusian Heritage in Contemporary Life. Eugenics Quarterly 11:46-55. Levine* MD, Dr. Lena Member 1956 Margaret Sanger Research Bureau; International Planned Parenthood Federation (Medical Committee 1961-62; Western Hemisphere Regional Council 1961-62 ASHG, Member 1954 Levine*, Prof. Louis Member 1974; Social Biology book reviewer 1973, 1983, 1984, 1988; manuscript referee 1975 Biology, City College, CUNY 1965, 1966 1995 L Levine, L Kobilinsky. Reliability versus validity of tests used in genetic identification. Social Biology 42(3-4):274-5. 1988 book review of Pedigree Analysis in Human Genetics by Thompson in Social Biology, 35, 1-2 1984 book review. Social Biology 31, 1-2 1983 book review of Basic Population Genetics by Bruce Wallace* in Social Biology 30, 1 1973 book review. Social Biology 20, 2 1966 book review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 4 1965 book review. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 4 1964 book review. Eugenics Quarterly 11, 4 Levine, Philip Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1979 Levitan*, Prof. Max Member 1956, 1974, 1989; Social Biology book reviewer ASHG, Member 1954 1988 Book Review of Genetics and Neurology by Sarah Bundey (ES) in Social Biology 35, 3-4 1983 Book Review of Banbury Report #10: Patenting of Life Forms, Social Biology 30, 4 1981 Book Review. Social Biology 28, 1-2 1963 M Levitan, Danish, Tillson. Multiple Anomalies in Congenitally Deaf Children", Eugenics Quarterly, 10, 1

Levy*, Dr. David Member 1956 Lew, R 1977 CL Gulbrandsen, NE Morton, GG Rhoads, A Kagan, R Lew. Behavioral, social, and physiological determinants of lipoprotein concentrations..Social Biology 24(4):289-93 Lewis, Gary L Deputy Director, Westinghouse Health Systems Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Project 1982 1984 John Knodel, Gary Lewis. Postpartum amenorrhea in selected developing countries: Estimates from Contraceptive Prevalence Surveys. Social Biology, 31:309-319 Lewit, Sarah 1954 C Tietze, S Lewit. Recent Changes in the Fertility of Congregational Ministers. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 2 Lewontin*, Prof. Richard C Dir. 1966-77 Harvard U 1973-1998, Research Prof. 1998-(2003), Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Emeritus 2009 Student of Theodosius Dobzhansky at Columbia U, 1975 book review of Modern Concept of Nature - Essays on Theoretical Biology by HJ Muller" in Social Biology 22, 1:96-98. 1968 RC Lewontin*, D Kirk*, JF Crow*, “Selective Mating, Assortative Mating, and Inbreeding: Definitions and Implications”, Eugenics Quarterly 15: 140-143. 1964 Workshop Conference between Demographers and Geneticists, Princeton 1964 1984 Not In Our Genes: Biology, Ideology and Human Nature. R.C Lewontin, Steven Rose, Leon Kamin, New York, Pantheon “In a landmark paper, Richard Lewontin identified that most of the variation (80-85%) within human populations is found within local geographic groups and differences attributable to traditional "race" groups are a minor part of human genetic variability (1-15%). In a 2003 paper, A.W.F. Edwards [English Eugenics Society] criticized Lewontin's conclusion, that because the probability of racial misclassification of an individual based on variation in a single genetic locus is approximately 30%, race is an invalid taxonomic construct, terming it Lewontin's Fallacy.” From Wikipedia Li*, Prof. Ching Chun Member 1974; Social Biology manuscript referee 1975, 1977 Director-at-large, American Society of Human Genetics 1954 1912-2003; Univ. Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Pennsylvania (res. fellow to Prof. 195175, Prof. Biostatistics 1975-2003) 1986 "Effect of Father's Education on Child's Cognitive Ability", Social Biology 33, 3- 4 1977 Separation of common environment and dominance effects with classic kinship correlation models. Social Biology 24(4):259-66 1973 J Waller, BR Rao, CC Li. Heterogeneity of Childless Families, Social Biology 20: 133-138 1974 J Waller, BR Rao, CC Li. Letter: Reply to Mitra's observations on "Heterogeneity of childless families". Social Biology 21(3):309-10 1966 book reviews (2), Eugenics Quarterly 13, 2

Li, Nan Mountain View Research Inc. Los Altos, California 2000 2001 S Li, MW Feldman, N Li. A comparative study of determinants of uxorilocal marriage in two counties of China. Social Biology 48(1-2):125-50 Li, Shuzhuo Institute for Population and Development Studies, School of Public Policy and Administration, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, P. R. China 2005, 2009 Population Research Institute, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, Shaanxi, Province, People's Republic of China 2000, 2004 2009 Zheng Wu, Xueyan Yang, Shuzhuo Li, Christophe Schimmele. Developing Scales for Measuring Gender Behaviors in Reproductive Health in Rural China. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1 2005 (2009) Xiaoyi Jin, Shuzhuo Li, Marcus Feldman. Marriage Form and Age at First Marriage: A Comparative Study in Three Counties in Contemporary Rural China. Social Biology 52, 1-2 (partly supported by Program for New Century Excellent Talents in Universities, Ministry of Education, China) 2001 S Li, MW Feldman, N Li. A comparative study of determinants of uxorilocal marriage in two counties of China. Social Biology 48(1-2):125-50 Li, Yuanqing 2001 EL Wegner, GP Loos, AT Onaka, D Crowell, Y Li, H Zheng. Changes in the association of low birth weight with socioeconomic status in Hawaii: 1970-1990. Social Biology 48(3-4):196-211 Lichardova, Z 1968 Anthropology and Genetics, Comenius University, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 1968 V Ferák, Z Lichardová, V Bojnová. Endogamy, exogamy, and stature. Eugenics Quarterly 15(4):273-6. Lichtenstein, Prof. Paul Karolinska Institute, Genetic Epidemiology, Sweden 2009 [Swedish Twin Study]; Pennsylvania State University, Center for Development and Health Genetics, College of Health and Human Development 1995 1997 P Lichtenstein, NL Pedersen. Does genetic variance for cognitive abilities account for genetic variance in educational achievement and occupational status? A study of twins reared apart and twins reared together. Social Biology 44(1-2):77-90. Lie, Rolv T 2011 A Genetic Instrumental Variables Analysis of the Effects of Prenatal Smoking on Birth Weight: Evidence from Two Samples. George L. Wehby, Jason M. Fletcher, Steven F. Lehrer, Lina M. Moreno, Jeffrey C Murray, Allen Wilcox, Rolv T Lie. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 3-32. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 Lieberman, Prof. Leonard Central Michigan U, Anthropology 1992 L Lieberman, LT Reynolds, D Friedrich. The Fitness of Human Sociobiology: The Future Utility of Four Concepts in Four Subdisciplines. Social Biology 39: 158–169. Leonard Lieberman prided himself on contributing to the deconstruction of the concept of race within anthropology. But he was still a eugenicist just as Richard Lewontin and others were. They all opposed

scientific racism but were and are all totally silent on the consequences of birth control which has lowered the African-American birth rate below replacement level. What’s the good of acknowledging the racism of the past which was someone else’s error while remaining silent in the face of group destruction by birth control merely because it is the racism of your own times and difficult to oppose? Lieberson, Prof. Stanley Harvard, Dept. Sociology 1988-(2008); Sociology, U Wisconsin-Madison 1966 1966 The Price-Zubrzycki measure of ethnic intermarriage. Eugenics Quarterly 13(2):92-100. Background: “When he was a graduate student, by chance Lieberson discovered neglected data on banking which eventually was incorporated into an ecological study conducted by his mentor, Otis Dudley Duncan*, on metropolitan dominance. Lieberson became one of Duncan's co-authors, along with other graduate students, of the influential volume, Metropolis and Region. For a number of years, he was active in the area of human ecology which culminated ten years later when Beverly Duncan and Lieberson published a second volume dealing with changes in the nature of metropolitan dominance, Metropolis and Region in Transition.” From http://www.wjh.harvard.edu/soc/faculty/lieberson/ Lilienfeld, Abraham M Referee, Social Biology 1975 Lillie, Prof. Frank R. (General Cttee, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Advisory Council 1923-35; Member 1930, 1946; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932); (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) Lin MD, Ruey S National Taiwan U, School of Public Health 1995 1994 PD Wang, RS Lin. Sexual activity of women in Taiwan. Social Biology 41(3-4):143-9 Lincoln, Karen D 2011 University of Southern California, School of Social Work; PhD 2002 University of Michigan- Ann Arbor, Social Work and Sociology 2010 Karen D Lincoln, David T. Takeuchi. Variation in the Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms: Results from the Americans' Changing Lives Study. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 1 Lindau MD, FACOG, Prof. Stacy Tessler Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 U Chicago Medical Center, Lindau Laboratory (Lab members include N Gavrilova q.v. 2009) Background: Lindau Lab “*Lindau’s+ research aims to decipher biological mechanisms through which social processes and relationships affect health and illness (e.g. HIV, cancer risk and cancer survivorship) throughout the female lifecourse. In addition, her work addresses policy and educational issues of relevance to women’s health. She is Co-Principal Investigator of the National Social Life, Health and Aging Project, the nation’s first study of social relationships, sexuality and health at older ages and is Director of the University of Chicago Center on Aging Core on Biomarkers in Population-Based Health and Aging Research.” From http://obgyn.bsd.uchicago.edu/FacultyResearch/Lindaulab.htm

Lindberg, Laura Duberstein Guttmacher Institute, Senior Research Associate 2004-(2009) 1996 Laura Duberstein Lindberg. Trends in the Relationship between Breastfeeding and Postpartum Employment in the United States. Social Biology 43: 1996 Lindbergh*, Charles A. Dir. 1955-59 Accepted medal from Nazis; appeasement party’s candidate for President in US before Pearl Harbor Lindert PhD, Prof. Peter H Referee, Social Biology Population Council, PDR Lindstrom, Prof. David P. Reviewer for Social Biology Brown University: Population Studies and Population Training Center 2000, 2009-2011 and Sociology 2000, 2009-2011 and Graduate Program in Development 2009; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012 2001 DP Lindstrom, CP Brambila. Alternative theories of the relationship of schooling and work to family formation: Evidence from Mexico. Social Biology 53, 1-2 2000 D Lindstrom, B Berhanu. The Effects of Breastfeeding and Birth Spacing on Infant and Early Childhood Mortality in Ethiopia. Social Biology 47(1-2):1-17 Lindzey*, Prof. Gardner Director 1966-1971 (March), 1972 (December 1972)-1973, 1976-1978; Pres., 1979-81; Director 1985-87 1920-2008 1975-1989 Director, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford U “Dr. Gardner Lindzey will always be remembered as one of the most important members of the CASBS community.” From CASBS newsletter issue | fall 2008 / winter 2009 Lingner, Joan W Biostatistics, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 1977; Graduate Group in Demography, U Pennsylvania 1970 1969 Jeanne Clare Ridley*, Mindel C Sheps*, Joan W Lingner, Jane A Menken*. On the apparent subfecundity of non-family planners. Social Biology 16 (March): 24-28. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1977 JW Lingner, CM Suchindran. 1977 CM Suchindran, JW Lingner. On comparison of birth interval distributions. Journal of Biosocial Science 9(1):25-31. On Comparison of Birth Interval Distributions. Journal of Biosocial Science 9:25-31 Link, B 1979 BS Dohrenwend, BP Dohrenwend II Gottesman, B Link, R Neugebauer. Epidemiology and genetics of schizophrenia. Social Biology 26(2):142-53. Lipkin Jr., Mack Medicine and Psychiatry, U Rochester 1979 1979 L Fisher, PT Rowley, M Lipkin Jr. Predicting immediate outcome of genetic counseling following screening. Social Biology 26(4):289-301.

Lipschutz*, Dr. A. Member 1974; Chile Lisker Yourkowitzky MD, Dr. Ruben Member 1974; Mexico; US Little*, Clarence Cook Pres. 1928-29; Director 1923-1935; Member 1930 (1888-1971) American Birth Control League - In 1921 he helped found the American Birth Control League with Margaret Sanger and Lothrop Stoddard. Vice-President, Birth Control Federation of America 1940; Birth Control Review, Consulting Editor 1940 He became the President of the University of Michigan (1925-29), a tenure marked by controversy due to his outspokenness in favor of eugenics, birth control, and euthanasia. Bar Harbor - He was important in the development of the Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine As Scientific Director of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Tobacco Industrial Research Committee which was renamed Council for Tobacco Research in 1964, he was “a leading scientific voice of the tobacco industry.” (1954-1969) “His last major post, from 1954 to 1969, was as the Scientific Director of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Tobacco Industrial Research Committee (renamed Council for Tobacco Research in 1964). In that role he was a leading scientific voice of the tobacco industry and oversaw a USD$1 million research budget that gave grants to hundreds of scientists. In 1959 he refuted his earlier assertion, made as Director of the ACS, that inhaling fine particles is unhealthy, and stated that smoking does not cause lung cancer and is at most a minor contributing factor. A decade later he said, ‘there is no demonstrated causal relationship between smoking or any disease.’ In keeping with his earlier research he believed that the main cause of cancer was genetic, not environmental.” From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._C._Little This section on CC Little is based on the article in Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._C._Little and previous research In the face of mounting evidence that smoking played a pivotal role in the development of cancer mounted, he insisted that such external factors merely exploited an inherited vulnerability. “In 1936, he even went so far as to thank ‘the gentlemen who rule Italy, Japan, and Germany for demonstrating that a program of stimulating population is a program of war.’ ” War for Tobacco “From the perspective of big tobacco, Little “filled the bill perfectly.” In that year’s Frank Statement, the industry had pledged to provide money to thoroughly investigate the allegations being made about their products. C. C. Little was a man whose distinguished scientific credentials convinced skeptics of the legitimacy of the TIRC. Respected New York Times science writer Waldemar Kaempffert, for example, proclaimed Little “an eminent geneticist, a type of scientist who has the courage to face facts and to state them” and conclude that his hiring proved that the industry was committed to the “impartial investigation” it had promised. Little also had a strong predisposition to direct research funds into very different areas.

It soon became clear just how committed he was to those convictions. At the press conference to announce his hiring, Little declared himself to be “an ultraconservative about cause and effect.” In the years to come, he never wavered in his convictions. He retracted his 1944 comments about the dangers of allowing tobacco particles to enter the lungs and now asserted that there was no convincing evidence that smoking caused lung disease and even maintained that, “tobacco has relaxed a great many people. It is a very good therapy for a great many nervous people. … The tobacco industry, however, quickly realized that a venerable scientist like Little could be very valuable to their interests but that he was not the man to lead a challenging and crucial public relations campaign. So within a few years of the founding of the TIRC, a separate organization known as the Tobacco Institute was created to respond to the growing public relations nightmare. As one industry attorney put it, “the creation of a separate organization for public information was hit upon as a way of keeping Little inviolate and untainted in his ivory tower while giving a new group a little more freedom of action in the public relations field.” Clarence Cook Little played that role for the next fifteen years and he did so with characteristic unwaveringness. As epidemiological evidence of a link between smoking and lung cancer mounted, and as the surgeon general and other public health officials issued warnings, Little continued to lend his name and reputation to the industry’s contention that there was merely a “controversy” and no scientific proof of causation. The TIRC routinely declined to fund epidemiological research and Little led the industry’s attack on the validity of epidemiological findings. Little’s disdain for epidemiology was not uncommon at the time, but other funding decisions were much harder to justify. Despite Little’s background in mouse research, the TIRC declined to fund animal studies, since Little contended that the results would not be applicable to humans. Prospective research on the composition of tobacco smoke was also rejected. Instead, as the years went by, the TIRC began to appear committed to funding only research that could not possibly produce results that would damage the tobacco industry. Eventually even Philip Morris research director Helmut Wakeham complained that “much of the grant work has little or no relevance to smoking and health, in my opinion.” Clarence Little’s comments about smoking also became increasingly difficult to rationalize as the views of an objective man of science. In 1957, with many cigarette advertisements implying that filters lessened the risk of disease, Little testified before Congress that he neither knew nor cared whether filters provided any such protection. In 1960, the TIRC’s annual report was entitled “Causation Theory of Smoking Unproved” and contained the bizarre assertion that “the tobacco theory is rapidly losing much of the unique importance claimed by its adherents at its original announcement.” The TIRC changed its name to the Council for Tobacco Research (CTR) in 1964 but Little remained in charge and its course wasn’t altered in the slightest, even by the Surgeon General’s landmark report of that same year. By this time, however, even many within the industry were becoming weary of Little’s intransigence. Brown & Williamson chief counsel Addison Yeaman suggested in an internal memo that the Surgeon General’s Report should result in a new course: “One would suppose we would not repeat Dr. Little’s oft repeated ‘not proven.’

One would hope the industry would act affirmatively and not merely react defensively.” Even TIRC/CTR Scientific Advisory Board member Paul Kotin eventually concluded that Little and industry executives “knew the real relationship, and they were denying it.” From http://tobaccodocuments.org/profiles/little_clarence_cook.html Little, Prof. Michael A. Member 1974, 1976, 1979, 2011 (CV); Referee, Social Biology 1975 SUNY-Binghamton, Anthropology 1987-1990, 2009 Human Biology Council/Association, President 1997-1998 Liu, Paul KC Taiwan Population Council, PDR 1964 JY Takeshita, JY Peng, PКС Liu. A Study of the Effectiveness of the Pre-pregnancy Health Program in Taiwan. Eugenics Quarterly 11:222-33 Liu, Peihang Peggy 1997 Sociology, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas 1997 DL Poston* Jr., B Gu, PP Liu, T McDaniel. Son Preference and the Sex Ratio at Birth in China. Social Biology 44, 1-2: 55-76. Llop, Elena 1976 Departamento de Biologia Celular y Gen tica, Universidad de Chile, Sede Norte, Santiago 1976 R Chakraborty, R Blanco, F Rothhammer, E Llop. Genetic Variability in Chilean Indian Populations and its Association with Geography, Language, and Culture. Social Biology, 23, 73-81 Locke, Ben Z 1964 BZ Locke, H Duvall. Migration and mental disease. Eugenics Quarterly 11:216-21 Loehlin*, Prof. John C. Dir. 1968-74; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1977 Texas Adoption Project, funded by Pioneer Fund U Texas-Austin, Psychology, 1964-2009 Emeritus 2009 1974 JC Loehlin, L Willerman, SG Vandenberg. Blood group and behavioral differences among dizygotic twins: a failure to replicate. Social Biology 21(2):205 ff 1966 Behavior measurement and population change. Eugenics Quarterly 13(4):302 ff Loetscher* Jr., Mr. F. W. Member 1956; ornithologist London, Prof. Andrew S Syracuse University, Maxwell School 2001-(2009) and Sociology and Co-Director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Studies Program and Minor 1993 AS London. The impact of advances in medicine on the biometric analysis of infant mortality. Social Biology 40(3-4):260-82 London, David

2005 Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia 2005 Minki Chatterji, Philip Anglewicz, Nancy Murray, David London. The Factors Influencing Transactional Sex among Young Men and Women in 12 Sub-Saharan African Countries. Social Biology 52, 1-2 (acknowledges financial support from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the POLICY Projects Adolescent Working Group under Contract HRN-C-00-00-00006-00, July 2000June 2006) Loomis*, Robin U. Secretary/ Treasurer 1991-1993 East-West Population Institute, East West Center Loos, Gregory P University of Hawaii 1995 2001 EL Wegner, GP Loos, AT Onaka, D Crowell, Y Li, H Zheng. Changes in the association of low birth weight with socioeconomic status in Hawaii: 1970-1990. Social Biology 48(3-4):196-211 Lopes PhD, Cheryl Johns Hopkins, Psychology 1987 1986 G Chase, RR Faden, NA Holtzman, AJ Chwalow, CO Leonard, C Lopes, K Quaid. Assessment of risk by pregnant women: Implications for genetic counseling and education. Social Biology 33:57-64. Lopoo, Leonard M Maxwell School, Syracuse University 2011 2011 Leonard M Lopoo. Labor and Delivery Complications among Teenage Mothers. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:200-220 Lorge*, Prof. Irving Member 1956 Columbia Teachers College, Institute of Educational Research, Dept. of Psychology 1927-61, important in field of IQ testing [1941"Superior intellectual ability: its selection, education and implications." Eugenical News, 26, 2629] Lorimer*, Prof. Frank Member 1930; offered post on Executive Cttee 1936 but declined because of "government activities"; Director 1937-65, 1969-72; vice president 1966-68 Population Association of America, President, 1946-47 Important in developing the Theory of the Demographic Transition; a close associate of Frederick Osborn 1964 Frank Lorimer. The New Outlook in Eugenics. Eugenics Quarterly 11:125-6. 1961 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 1 1958 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 4 1957 Gordon Allen M.D., Helen Hammons, C Nash Herndon M.D., Clyde V Kiser, Frank Lorimer. A Reading List on Eugenics. Eugenics Quarterly 4, 4 1956 Frank Lorimer (Chairman). Report of the Committee of the American Eugenics Society on Intelligence and Personality. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 2 1955 Frank Lorimer. Present Status of Research on Population. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 3 1955 Frank Lorimer. Letter to the Editor. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 1

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2009 Mark D Hayward*, Thomas W McDade. Rationale and Methodological Options for Assessing Infectious Disease and Related Measures in Social Science Surveys. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):159-177 Government Money 2011 NICHD 5R01HD053731-05 Mc Dade, Thomas W Northwestern University Social Influences on early Adult Stress Biomarker 2010 NICHD 5R01HD053731-04 Mc Dade, Thomas W Northwestern University Social Influences on early Adult Stress Biomarkers McDaniel, Terra 2002 MA Student, University of Houston; 1997 Sociology student, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas 1997 DL Poston, Jr., B Gu, PP Liu, Terra McDaniel. Son Preference and the Sex Ratio at Birth in China. Social Biology 44, 1-2:55-76. McDougall* FRS, Prof. William Advisory Council 1923-35; Member 1930; d. 1938 frequently cited by scientific racists, e.g., Chris Brand of the English eugenics society: 1997 “William McDougall (1871-1938): heterodox and angry with psychologists by nature, nurture and circumstance.”, Chris Brand McDougall*, William Byron Member 1956; Arizona botanist McEniry PhD (Industrial Engineering), Mary U Wisconsin-Madison: Sociology. Center for Demography and Ecology 2003-2011 and Center for Demography of Health and Aging 2003-2011; U Michigan, Population Studies Institute, Research Affiliate 2011 2005 Mary McEniry, Alberto Palloni, Ana Luisa Dávila, Alberto Garcia Gurucharri. The influence of early conditions on health status among elderly Puerto Ricans. Social Biology 52, 3-4 McFalls Jr., Joseph A Villanova U, Sociology 1973 Joseph A McFalls. Impact of VD on the Fertility of the US Black Population, 1880- 1950. Social Biology 20, 2-19 McFarland*, Mr. Thomas O. Member 1956 McGee, Mark G Texas A&M University, Psychology 1980, 1977 1977 TJ Bouchard, MG McGee. Sex Differences in Human Spatial Ability: Not an X-linked Recessive Gene Effect. Social Biology 24, 4 McGinnis, Prof. Robert

d. 2001; 1967 GC Myers, R McGinnis, G Masnick. The Duration of Residence Approach to a Dynamic Stochastic Model of Internal Migration: A Test of the Axiom of Cumulative Inertia. Eugenics Quarterly 14, 2 (one of the most frequently cited articles from the Eugenics Quarterly; see Social Biology 1982) McGonagle, Katherine University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Institute for Social Research: 1992-2011, Survey Research Center 2008-2011 and Assistant Director, Panel Study of Income Dynamic 2000-2011; PhD 1988 Miami U, Ohio 2009 Naryan Sastry, Katherine McGonagle, Robert M Schoeni. Introduction to the Special Issue on the Scientific Assessment of Biomeasures in the Panel Study on Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):113-117 2009 DM Almeida, K McGonagle, Heather King. Assessing Daily Stress Processes in Social Surveys by Combining Stressor Exposure and Salivary Cortisol. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):219-237 Government Money: Co Investigator, Eunice Shriver Kennedy National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (PI: LeClere*) Exploring New Methods for Protecting and Distributing Confidential Research Data $653,026, 09/30/09 – 08/30/11 Co Investigator, National Institute of Aging R01 (PI: Schoeni) Health, Wealth, and Pensions over the Life Course in a Long Panel $9,119,410 (total costs; funded) 06/01/07 – 05/31/13 Co Investigator, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (PI: Sastry*) Children in Transition to Adulthood: Family and Sibling Connections $3,799,985 (total costs; funded) 04/01/07 – 03/31/1 Co Investigator, National Institute of Aging P01 (PI: Schoeni) Economic Status, Health, & Well-Being over the Life Course and Across Generations $19,000,000 (total costs; funded) 01/01/07-12/31/11 Co Investigator, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (PI: Sastry*) Transitions from Preschool through High School: Family, Schools and Neighborhoods $5,752,474 (total costs; funded) 01/01/07 – 12/31/1 McGue, Prof. Matthew U Minnesota: 1976-1981, 1984-2011; Psychology 1985-2009, Minnesota Population Center 2009, PhD 1981; Duke University, Population, Policy & Aging Research Center 2009 1978 Book Review of Path Analysis: A Primer. by CC Li. Social Biology 25, 1 McGurk*, Frank C.J. Member 1956 Pioneer Fund grantee; scientific racist; Villanova U 1956 1982 The Testing of Negro Intelligence w/ R. Travis Osborne, Audrey Shuey supported by Pioneer Fund McKibben, Sherry L. Texas A&M, Sociology, Graduate student 2003 2003 Sherry L McKibben, Dudley L Poston, Jr. The Influence of Age at Menarche on the Fertility of Chinese Women. Social Biology 50 3-4

McKusick*, Prof. Victor A Dir. 1971-72; Member 1974 1921-2008; The father of medical genetics in the US; did not press for research money to be directed toward seeking cures; ASHG, Member 1954 Johns Hopkins School of Medicine 1942-2008 editor of Mendelian Inheritance in Man 1970 Harold E Cross*, Victor A McKusick*. Amish Demography. Social Biology 17, 2 1961 Victor A McKusick*, John L Fuller. A Short Course in Medical Genetics. Social Biology 8, 2 1958 Victor A McKusick*. Genetics in Relation to Cardiovascular Disease. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 1 McLaughlin, D 1977 Department of Health, Honolulu, Hawaii 1977 IB Ibrahim, C Carter, D McLaughlin, MN Rashad. Ethnicity and suicide in Hawaii. Social Biology 24(1):10-6. McQueen, David V 1975 Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland 1975 Social aspects of genetic screening for Tay-Sachs disease: the pilot community screening program in Baltimore and Washington. Social Biology 22(2):125-33. McQueen, Matthew B 2010-11 Institute of Behavioral Science, U Colorado-Boulder 2000 JD Boardman, Casey L. Blalock, Robin P. Corley, Michael C Stallings, Benjamin W Domingue, Matthew B McQueen, Ying Lu, Tom Crowley, John K. Hewitt, and Samuel H Field. Ethnicity, body mass, and genome wide data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 1R01HD060726-01A2 McQueen, Matthew B University of Colorado - Boulder Social Demographic Moderation of Genome Wide Associations for Body Mass Index McQuestion PhD, Michael 20011 Director, Sustainable Immunization Financing, Sabin Vaccine Institute; 1998 Center for Demography and Ecology, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin‐Madison 1998 M McQuestion, Robert E Jones. A dynamic, multi-level analysis of recent immunization trends in Colombia. Social Biology 45 1-2 Mead, Mr. Charles G. Member 1956 Zoology, Michigan State University, East Lansing 1956 Mealey*, Prof. Linda Member 19811955-2002; St. Benedict’s College, Psychology

2002 Linda Mealey, “Anorexia, A Disease of Low Low Fertility” in The Biodemography of Human Reproduction and Fertility, Joseph L Rodgers*, Hans-Peter Kohler*, eds. Meaney* PhD, Prof. Francis John Member 1974 U Arizona-Tucson, Anthropology (Research, Pediatrics) 2009-2011; PhD 1977 Arizona Medica, Wilma 1987 General Statistics Office, Panama City, Panama 1988 CW Warren, MW Oberle, L Morris, W Medica. Changes in contraceptive use and fertility: Panama, 1976 to 1984. Social Biology 35:1-21-2, 74-81 Mednick PhD, Birgitte 1987, 1996 USC, Dept. Educational Psychology 1987 RL Baker, BR Mednick, NA Hunt. Academic and psychosocial characteristics of low-birthweight adolescents. Social Biology 34:1-21-2, 94-109 1973 SA Mednick, E Mura, F Schulsinger, B Mednick. Erratum and further analysis: "perinatal conditions and infant development in children with schizophrenic parents". Social Biology 20(1):111-2. Mednick, Prof. Sarnoff A USC, Psychology (1977-2011) and Director, Social Science Research Institute, University of Southern California, 1998-(2011); Director, Psykologisk Institut (sic), Denmark (1962-1992) “Dr. Mednick is an innovator of using longitudinal studies to study the contribution of genes mental disorders, with an emphasis on schizophrenia. He is a professor at The University of Southern California. Dr. Mednick was the first scientist to revisit the genetic basis of mental disorders following the backlash against genetics following the era of eugenics.” From Wikipedia 1982 SA Mednick, E Mura, F Schulsinger, B Mednick Perinatal conditions and infant development in children with schizophrenic parents. Social Biology, 29(3-4):264-275 1973 SA Mednick, E Mura, F Schulsinger, B Mednick. Erratum and further analysis: "perinatal conditions and infant development in children with schizophrenic parents". Social Biology 20(1):111-2. Meekers, Prof. Dominique 2009-2011 International Health and Development (now Global Health Systems and Development), School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane U (Chair 2009; see Bertrand, Jane q.v.) Pennsylvania State University, Sociology 1997 Population Services International 1997 Population Council, PDR 1997 DM Meekers. African theories of conception: a reply to Smith. Social Biology 44(3-4):290-2 1997 DM Meekers. Immaculate conceptions in sub-Saharan Africa: exploratory analysis of inconsistencies in the timing of first sexual intercourse and first birth. Social Biology 42(3-4):151-61 1994 AJ Gage, D. Meekers. Sexual Activity before marriage in sub-Saharan Africa. Social Biology 41:4460 Mehler*, Barry Member Ferris State U, Founder, Executive Director, Institute for the Study of Academic Racism Jerry Hirsch’s* student; like Jerry Hirsch*, Barry Mehler is a fierce opponent of racism within and without eugenics but apparently he thinks or he thought that somewhere over the rainbow on the left

there is or could be a clean eugenics. A figure like Lionel Penrose. His work was part of my education on racism within eugenics 1987 Book Review. Social Biology 34, 3-4 1984 Book Review of Darwinism and Human Affairs by R. Alexander, Social Biology 31, 1-2 1980 Review of Social Darwinism: Science and Myth in Anglo-American Social Thought, by Robert C. Bannister in Social Biology 27, 4:319-321 Meier, Gitta 1961 Ann Arbor, Michigan 1963 Gitta Meier. Unwanted pregnancies among a group of relief recipients. A follow-up report on a persisting problem. Eugenics Quarterly 10:36-39 1961 Gitta Meier. The effect of unwanted pregnancies on a relief load: an exploratory study. Eugenics Quarterly 8:142-53 Meier*, Prof. Robert J. Member 1974 Indiana U-Bloomington, Anthropology (1968-2011) Emeritus 2009-2011 1990 Robert J Meier, Paul L Jamison. Assortative mating in monozygotic twins. Social Biology 37 1-2, 128-136. Mendlewicz*, Dr. Julien Member 1974 Free University of Brussels 1975-(2009); New York State Institute of Psychiatry 1970-75 Menken*, Prof. Jane Society for the Study of Social Biology: Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1976, 1977, 1980; Board of Directors, 1978-1980, 1993-96, Member 2008; Editorial Consultant, Social Biology 1999-(2008); Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 University of Colorado-Boulder: Institute of Behavioral Science 1997-2011 (Director 2001-2011) and Institute of Behavioral Science, Population Aging Center 2000-2011; University of Pennsylvania, Population Studies Center 1987-2001 (Director 1989-1995; Office of Population Research, Princeton University: 1969-1987 (Ass’t, then Assoc. Director 1978-1987) Founding Member, Scientific Review Board, Demographic Research, Reviewer 2010, 2012 Rockefeller Foundation (Chmn., Population Adv. Comm. 1981-1993) Alan Guttmacher Institute, Board Directors. 1981-90, 1993-1995 Population Association of America, President 1985 1986 World Population and US Policy: The Choices Ahead Chair, National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Population (1998-2002) 1986 Andrew Foster, A. Chowdhury, Jane Menken*, and J. Trussell. Female Reproductive Development: A Hazards Model Analysis. Social Biology 33(3-4):183-98 1969 Jeanne Clare Ridley*, Mindel C Sheps, Joan W Lingner, Jane A. Menken*. On the apparent subfecundity of non-family planners. Social Biology 16, 1 Mensch PhD, Barbara Population Council 1990-(2011); Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania; 1986 School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York, New York; PhD Princeton University (Sociology and Demography)

1986 B Mensch. Age Differences between Spouses in First Marriages. Social Biology 33:229–240. Merbs, Prof. Charles F. Member 1974, 1979 Arizona State U, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Emeritus 2009-2011 Merrell*, Prof. David John Member 1956; Social Biology book reviewer 1977 (1919-2009); U Minnesota, Zoology, then Genetics, then Ecology, Evolution and Human Behavior (1948-87); ASHG, Member 1954 Merrick, Thomas W Referee, Social Biology 1980 Merrill, Robert S 1972 Anthropology, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York 1972 The Role of Technology in Cultural Evolution. Social Biology 19, 3 Meseck-Bushey, Sylvia 1989, 1992 Psychology, University of Oklahoma, Norman 1989 D Rowe*, JL Rodgers*, S Meseck-Bushey. An "epidemic" model of sexual intercourse prevalences for black and white adolescents. Social Biology 36(3-4), 127-145 Metheny, William P 1987 Medical College of Georgia, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Atlanta, Georgia 1988 WP Metheny GB Holzman, J Taylor, W Young, JV Higgins. Amniocentesis use and risk awareness: comparison of knowledge and beliefs among older gravida. Social Biology 35(1-2):50-61. Metrakos, Julius D. Member 1974 Genetics, McGill Univ., Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1954, 1974; ASHG, Member 1954 Metress, Prof. James F (Seamus P) Member 1974 University of Toledo, Anthropology, Emeritus 2009-2011; PhD Anthropology, Indiana University Mettlin*, Curtis J Member 1974 Sociology, SUNY-Amherst, New York 1974 Meyer, Donald L 1964 University of Oregon Medical School, Pediatrics, Portland, Oregon 1962 RL Tips, DL Meyer, AL Perkins. The dynamics of genetic counseling. Eugenics Quarterly 9:237-40. Meyers*, Mr. H. Lee Member 1956 Mi*, Ming P (also called Ming Pi) Director 1971-74; Member 1974

University of Hawaii, Honolulu: 1976, 1989, Behavioral Biology Laboratory 1976 1976 RC Johnson, J Park, JC DeFries*, GE McClearn*, MP Mi, MN Rashad, SG Vandenberg, JR Wilson. Assortative marriage for specific cognitive abilities in Korea. Social Biology 23, 311-316 Michael MD PhD, Richard P 1983 Department of Psychiatry, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia 1983 RP Michael, D Zumpe. Annual rhythms in human violence and sexual aggression in the United States and the role of temperature. Social Biology 30, 3:263 Michelielutte, Robert Referee, Social Biology 1978-80 Micklin, Michael Referee, Social Biology 1978, 1979 Chief, Risk, Prevention, and Health Behavior Integrated Review Group, Center for Scientific Review, NIH 2011; Population Study Center, Battelle Human Affairs Research Centers, Seattle, Washington 1975; PhD Sociology, U Texas, Austin 1975 M Micklin, PJH Marnane. The differential evaluation of "large" and "small" families in rural Colombia: implications for family planning. Social Biology 22(1):44-59 Mileti*, Prof. Dennis S Member 1974 U Colorado-Boulder: Sociology 1985-(2011), Emeritus 2004-(2011) and Natural Hazards Center, Institute of Behavioral Science (1994-2011), Director (1994-2003) 1972 Larry D. Barnett, Dennis S. Mileti. Nine Demographic Factors and Their Relationship to Attitudes toward Abortion Legalization. Social Biology 19: 43 Miller, Prof. Jane E Reviewer, Social Biology Rutgers University: 1992-2011 Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research 1992-2011 and Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 1992-2011; Office of Population Research, Princeton 1989-1991; PhD 1989 Demography, U Pennsylvania 1993 Jane E Miller, Noreen Goldman*, Lorenzo Moreno. An Evaluation of Survey Data on Birthweight and Prematurity Status. Social Biology 40(1-2): 131-146 Miller*, Prof. Lynn Member 1974 Hampshire College, Biology 1974-2011; PhD Stanford Miller*, Prof. James Reginald Member 1974 Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada (1960-(1979) Pediatrics (1960-73) Medical Genetics, Founding head of Dept. 1973-(1979); ASHG, Member 1954 Miller MD, Orlando J 1961 Ob-Gyn, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 1961 OJ Miller, HL Cooper, and Kurt Hirschhorn. Recent Developments in Human Cytogenetics. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 1:23-33

Miller* Jr., Mr. Samuel C. Member 1956 Miller, Michael K Director, Institute for Health Policy Research, Health Science Center, University of Florida 2008 1996 S Albrecht, MK Miller. Hispanic subgroup differences in prenatal care. Social Biology 43 1–2:38– 58 Miller* MD, Warren B Society for the Study of Social Biology, Board of Directors 2000-2008 Director, Transnational Family Research Institute/Aptos 1983-2011 2010 Warren B. Miller*, Joseph Lee Rodgers*, David J. Pasta. Fertility Motivations of Youth Predict Later Fertility Outcomes: A Prospective Analysis of National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 1 2008 WB Miller*, Shana G Millstein, David J Pasta. The Measurement of Childbearing Motivation in Couples Considering the Use of Assisted Reproductive Technology. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 2002 WB Miller*, DJ Pasta, Shirley S Feldman. The effect of the nurturant bonding system on child security of attachment and dependency. Social Biology, v. 49, 3-4 [Funded by NICHD/NIH] 2001 WB Miller*, DJ Pasta. Motivational antecedents to contraceptive method change following a pregnancy scare: A couple analysis. Social Biology 48, 1-2 1995 WB Miller*, DJ Pasta. How does childbearing affect fertility motivations and desires? Social Biology 42, 3-4 1990 WB Miller*, DJ Pasta. A model of fertility motivation, desires, and expectations early in women's reproductive careers. Social Biology 35, 3-4 1984 RN Shain, WB Miller*, AE Holden. The decision to terminate childbearing: differences in preoperative ambivalence between tubal ligation women and vasectomy wives. Social Biology 31(12):40-58 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1995 Childbearing motivation and its measurement. Journal of Biosocial Science27(4):473-87. See also 2002 WB Miller, “The Role of Nurturant Schemes in Human Reproduction”, in The Biodemography of Human Reproduction and Fertility, Joseph L Rodgers*, Hans-Peter Kohler* 2004 WB Miller, DJ Pasta, Lawrence Severy. A framework for modelling fertility motivation in couples. Population Studies 58 (2) Mills*, Mrs. Dudley H. Member 1956 Human Betterment Association, Secretary 1963 Millstein PhD, Prof. Susan G 2009 U California-San Francisco, School Medicine, Dept. Pediatrics; 2009 Stanford University, Center on Adolescence, Affiliated; 2009 California School of Professional Psychology, research consultant 2008 WM Miller, Susan G Millstein, David J Pasta. The Measurement of Childbearing Motivation in Couples Considering the Use of Assisted Reproductive Technology. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1

Mineau PhD, Prof. Geraldine P. University of Utah: Sociology 1982, 1984, 2011 and Population Sciences, Huntsman Cancer Institute, U Utah 2002, 2008, 2011 and Oncological Sciences 2002 2002 LL Bean, G Mineau, KR Smith. Childbearing and Post-Reproductive Longevity. Social Biology 49, 3-4 1984 DL Anderton, LL Bean, JD Willigan, GP Mineau. Adoption of fertility limitation in an American frontier population: an analysis and simulation of socio-religious subgroups. Social Biology, 31: 140-59 Background: Mineau, Huntsman Cancer Institute and linking families and diseases “The availability of extended families or genealogies for large portions of a population is crucial in the identification of familial clustering of disease or outcomes. When these records are linked to cancer records, death certificates, birth certificates or clinical records, the resulting data provides a rich resource for demographic studies and studies relating to the genetic predisposition of disease. My research has been both methodological and substantive in addressing this area. I lead a team that provides the conceptual design, management and infrastructure for this research, as well as conduct research in population studies of bio-demography. Most recently I am collaborating on translations research using high-risk cancer families who have been recruited into Huntsman Cancer Institute studies.” From http://medicine.utah.edu/oncsci/faculty/mineau.htm [April 2009] Minnich*, Prof. Dwight E. Member 1925, 1930, 1956 Dight Institute which supported Hitler; ASHG, Member 1954 Miron PhD, Prof. Jeffrey Harvard U, Economics 2005-2011; Boston U, Economics 1990-2005; National Bureau of Economic Research, 1989-2011 1991 Jeffrey Miron, David Lam. Seasonality of Births in Human Populations. Social Biology, 38: 51-78 Example of your tax dollars at work for the ridiculous eugenic project of a Harvard professor: “Weather, Fecundity, and the Seasonality of Births,” grant from National Institute for Child Health and Development (NICHD), with David Lam, 1986 –87 Mishler PhD, Prof. Elliot G Harvard Medical School, Social Psychology; Office of Population Research, Princeton University 1955 1955 Charles F Westoff*, EG Mishler, RG Potter Jr.*, Clyde V Kiser*. A New Study of American Fertility: Social and Psychological Factors. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 4 Mishra PhD, Uday Shankar Centre for Development Studies, Prasanth Nagar Road, Ulloor, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. 1991-(2008) U Southampton, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute 2007 US Mishra, M Ramanathan, SI Rajan. Induced abortion potential among Indian women. Social Biology 45(3-4):278-88. Mitchell, Colter Center for Research on Child Wellbeing and Office of Population Research, Princeton University 2011; student of Sara McLanahan q.v., Tim Heaton* q.v., Arland Thornton q.v. 2011 Book Review of Biosocial Foundations of Family Processes by Alan Booth, Susan M McHale, Nancy S Landale (Eds.). 2011. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:221-257

IGSS CONFERENCE 2011 Colter Mitchell, Sara McLanahan, John Hobcraft, Arthur Berg, Willard Freeman Jeanne BrooksGunn, Irwin Garfinkel, Daniel Notterman. Genome-wide Epigenetic Signatures of Family Environment in 9 Year Old Children. Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference (IGSS), U Colorado 2011 2010 Colter Mitchell, Sara McLanahan, Daniel Notterman, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Iulia Kotenko, Kate Jaeger, John Hobcraft, Irwin Garfinkel. The Role of Mother’s Genes and Environment on Postpartum Depression. Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference, U Colorado (IGSS) 2010 Colter Mitchell, Sara McLanahan, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Daniel Notterman, John Hobcraft and Irwin Garfinkel. Mother’s Relationship Transitions, Child’s Genes and Children’s Socioemotional Health. Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences This study addresses the relationship between family instability and child wellbeing by incorporating genetic information. Based on the biological susceptibility hypothesis, we hypothesize that children with particular genetic characteristics are more reactive to their mother’s partnership transitions in influencing child health and wellbeing than other children with different genetic makeup. We utilize data from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing study (n=1,687) when the children are between the ages of 0-5. We find that that child’s serotonergic genes interact with mother’s relationship transitions to influence internalizing behaviors, and that the child’s dopaminergic genes interact with the mother’s relationship transitions to influence externalizing behaviors. We also find that both the child’s dopaminergic and serotonergic genes are related to pro-social behaviors. These gene-social environment models can differ for boys and girls. These findings suggest that greater integration of social and biological information improves the family instability, child wellbeing, and geneenvironment interactions literatures. From abstract http://paa2011.princeton.edu/ Mitchell, David F 1977 Sociology, University of North Carolina, Greensboro 1977 DF Mitchell, DJ Pratto. Social class, familism, interest in children, and childbearing: a preliminary test of a "commitment" model of fertility. Social Biology 24(1):17-30. Mitra*, Prof. Samarendranath Member 1974; Social Biology: Referee, 1978, 1979, Book reviewer 1986 Emory U: Sociology, Atlanta, Georgia 1966, 2011 Emeritus 2009-2011; U Kalyani, India 1965; PhD 1961 U Chicago 1991 S Mitra. On the convergence of Das Gupta's model of fertility projection. Social Biology 38:3-43-4, 281-284 1974 S Mitra. Letter: Observations on "Heterogeneity of childless families” by Waller, Rao, and Li. Social Biology 21(3):308. 1966 S Mitra. Child Bearing Pattern of American Women" and "Occupation and Fertility in the United States. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 2 1966 S Mitra. Education and Fertility in the United States. and Income, Socioeconomic Status and Fertility in the United States. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 3 1965 S Mitra. The Changing Pattern of Population Concentration in Indian Cities. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 3 Moatti PhD, Jean-Paul 1989 Centre de G n tique M dicale, H pital de la Timone, Marseille, France; 2001 INSERM U379, Epidemiology and Social Sciences Applied to Medical Innovation, Paoli-Calmettes Institute, Marseilles, France 1989 C Julian, MC Tordo, G Macquart-Moulin, JP Moatti, F Giraud, S Ayme. Factors influencing genetic counseling attendance rate: a geographically based study. Social Biology 36:3-4, 240-247

Mode, Prof. Charles Drexel University: 1970-2010 Mathematics and Institute for Population Studies 1979, Emeritus 20092010 1981 Charles Mode, G Pickens, Sequences of Events Following Adoption of Contraception--An Exploratory Analysis of 1973 Fertility History Data. Social Biology 28:111-125 1979 Charles Mode, RG Potter, MG Soyka, RC Avery. Measuring Potential Fertility through Null Segments - an Exploratory Analysis. Social Biology 26:314 -329 Mohr* MD, Dr. Jan Member (Foreign) 1956; Norway (1921-2009) “Known for his discovery of the first cases of autosomal genetic linkage in man, between the Lutheran blood groups and the ABH-secretor system, and between these and the hereditary disease myotonic dystrophy” from Wikipedia Institute of Medical Genetics, Copenhagen 1954; succeeded Tage Kemp* as Professor of Medical Genetics, Copenhagen, Denmark 1964 Mohr, Kevin Referee, Social Biology 1975 Mogford PhD, Elizabeth U Washington, Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology 2009-2011; Western Washington U, Sociology 2009-2011; PhD 2007 Sociology, U Washington-Seattle 2004 E Mogford. Structural Determinants of Child Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa: A cross-national study of economic and social influences from 1970-1997. Social Biology 51, 3-4 Mohan, LR 1969 Human Genetics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1969 WR Centerwall, G Savarinathan, LR Mohan, V Booshanam, M Zachariah. Inbreeding patterns in rural South India. Social Biology 16:2 Moissett*, Beatriz Member 1974 Pharmacology, Dartmouth Medical School 1974 Momeni, Djamchid A (DA or JA Momeni) 1976 Department of National Development and Sociology, Pahlavi University, Shiraz, Iran 1976 DA Momeni. Husband-wife age differentials in Shiraz, Iran. Social Biology 23(4):341-348 Mommsen, Kent G 1974 U Utah, Sociology 1973 Kent G Mommsen. Differentials in Fertility among Black Doctorates. Social Biology 20:20-22 Reported in Newsweek, January 17, 1983 Monahan*, Prof. Thomas P Member 1967 Villanova U, Sociology 1976; Sociology, New York State University College-Oswego 1966 1966 TP Monahan. Interracial Marriage and Divorce in the State of Hawaii. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 1

1960 TP Monahan. Premarital Pregnancy in the United States: A critical review and some new findings. Eugenics Quarterly 7: 133-47 1958 TP Monahan. The Changing Nature and Instability of Remarriages. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 2 1955 TP Monahan, Loren E Chancellor. Statistical Aspects of Marriage and Divorce by Religious Denomination in Iowa. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 3 Money, Prof. John 1921-2006; Johns Hopkins U, Pediatrics (1951-2006) and Sexual Behaviors Unit 1993 John Money. Specific neuro-cognitive impairments associated with Turner (45, X) and Klinefelter (47, XXY) syndromes: A review. Social Biology 40, 147-151 Background: “During his professional life, Money appeared to be an expert on sexual behavior, especially for allegedly demonstrating that gender was a learned behavior rather than an innate pattern. However, it was been shown that his most famous case was the result of fraudulent reporting on his part. The subject of Money's fraud was his involvement in the sex reassignment of David Reimer, in what later became known as the "John/Joan" case. Money reported that he successfully “reassigned” Reimer as female after a botched 1966 infant circumcision, an assignment maintained by steady injections of female hormones. In 1997, Milton Diamond reported that the reassignment had failed, that Reimer had never identified as female or behaved in any typically feminine manner. At age 14, Reimer, who had fought against being forced to see Dr. Money since age 7, refused to see Money again, threatening suicide if he were made to go. Reimer's parents then decided to tell Reimer the truth about his biological sex when born and his treatments to feminize him. Reimer immediately ended the hormone treatments he had been forced to undergo to stimulate female sex traits, and began hormones to bring about the male puberty prevented by the removal of his testes by Dr. Money. He ceased using the name, Brenda, that his parents had chosen for him after he began treatment with Dr. Money, and chose a new name, David, for himself. At 15, with a different medical team, he sought a mastectomy, testosterone therapy and a phalloplasty. Later he married a woman who had children from a previous marriage and lived as a man until his suicide at age 38. Money continued to publish the lie that his work with Reimer was a "success" as much as 30 years later in various publications. Moreover allegations of a kind of sexual abuse surfaced. In 2000, David and his twin brother alleged that Dr. Money had taken numerous naked photos of them during their joint treatment (David’s twin brother was involved by Money in David’s ‘therapy’) and forced them to engage in "sexual play" at age 7. In 2003, David’s brother was found dead from a drug overdose. This deeply disturbed David, who visited his brother's grave 4-5 days per week. In 2004, upon being told by his wife of her intention to separate from, David Reimer committed suicide. Reimer’s parents have stated that they believe Dr. Money's treatment bears responsibility for the deaths of both their sons. (Used on the Wikipedia article “John Money” Johns Hopkins University either lacked the power or lacked the will to prevent or detect Money’s fraud or end the abuse of Reimer by Money. Consequently, the Hopkins name on any radical program or piece of research is not, by itself, proof of the presence (or the absence) of oversight or scientific integrity. It may indicate a deadly combination of tenure and indifference as in the case of Money or it may indicate something better. Trust but verify. Monnelly*, Edward P.

Member 1974 Montalenti MD, Prof. G. Member (Foreign) 1956, 1974 Director, Genetics Institute, Citta University of Rome 1972 Montgomery, Prof. Mark SUNY-Stony Brook, Dept. Economics 1988-(2011) and Population Council 1993-(2011) Member, Scientific Advisory Panel, Alan Guttmacher Institute 1991–97; PhD U Michigan Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 1989 Noreen Goldman*, Mark Montgomery. Fecundability and Husband's Age. Social Biology 36(34): 146-166. Moore, Clay L 1982 Psychology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff 1982 JM Ostheimer, CL Moore. The correlates of attitudes toward euthanasia revisited. Social Biology 28, 1-2: 145-9 Moore*, Mr. Edward F. Member 1956 Moore*, Prof. Lorna Member 1974 Wake Forest, Dean of Graduate School 2007-2011 and Anthropology 2007-2011; Univ. Colorado, Denver, Anthropology 2007; Director, Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health (BIRCWH) program, University of Colorado, Denver and Health Sciences Center 2007; Univ. Colorado, Boulder, Anthropology 1974; PhD U Michigan Human Biology Council/Association, President 2001-2002 Moore*, Mrs. Louis de B. Director 1941-51; Member 1956 Pres., New York State Birth Control Federation 1940; Chmn. of the Board, American Birth Control League 1937, 1938 Background: -- The Birth Control Review: The Birth Control Review was originally edited by Margaret Sanger, volume one appearing in 1917. (In the Woman Rebel, a previous journal, she published articles supporting presidential assassination and bombings; she herself advocated birth control in the same issue. For this she was prosecuted under the Comstock laws.) From December 1921 to January 1939 the American Birth Control League published the Birth Control Review. From February 1939 to January 1940 the Birth Control Federation of America (which renamed itself Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 1942) published the Review. The last issue of the Birth Control Review (January, 1940) describes the annual meeting of the Birth Control Federation. Its theme was "Race Building in a Democracy". -- The American Birth Control League and Planned Parenthood: "The US. agencies best known internationally for family planning are the Margaret Sanger Research Bureau and the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Foreigners occasionally ask how they differ." (ARTW, May 1956):

1. --The Margaret Sanger Research Bureau "Founded 33 years ago by Margaret Sanger, the Bureau housed the largest birth control clinic in America. ... departments of research, infertility aid and ... marriage counseling ..." (same article as above, ARTW, May 1956) 2. -- The Planned Parenthood Federation "An outgrowth of the American Birth Control League (1922), the Planned Parenthood Federation of America was organized in 1942 for education, maintenance of standards etc. and to serve and bind together 111 affiliated state and local centers throughout the country. ... The Federation is dedicated to increasing public understanding of responsible family life under the credo: To be wanted is the birthright of every child …" (same article as above, ARTW, May 1956) Birth Control Federation of America and Planned Parenthood: "Forward Under One Banner. The birth control movement in the United States now marches forward with complete unity, its leadership and resources fused in one new national organization. The Birth Control Federation of America was formed on January 18 [1939] through a merger of the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau with the American Birth Control League and its state member leagues throughout the country. The New York City Committee of Mothers Health Centers has also merged its activities with those of the Federation. …Expansion and intensification of the movement will follow this joining of forces. The two national organizations had always had common objectives ... The Federation is fortunate in having the leadership of Margaret Sanger as honorary chairman and an active member of the board of directors, and of Dr. Richard Pierson as chairman of the board and president pro tem. The National Medical Council on Birth Control will serve in an advisory capacity for the Federation." "The aims and program of the Federation are outlined in this issue [of the Birth Control Review, ed.] on page 164 ... " from Feb./March 1939, Birth Control Review, vol. XXIII, #5-6 -- Department Functions of the Federation "The Federation will maintain two offices - one situated at 501 Madison Avenue, New York (the League's former headquarters) and the other at 17 West 16th Street, New York (the former headquarters of the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau)” from Feb./March 1939, Birth Control Review, vol. XXIII, #5-6. p. 164 And see Margaret Sanger's Eugenic Legacy: The Control of Female Fertility By Angela Franks (McFarland 2005) At last, a meticulously researched and carefully referenced work on the history and ideology of Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood. Order your copy today http://www.angelafranks.com/ Moore*, Mary Jane California State Univ., San Diego (Dept. Anthropology 1974, 1996 1987 MJ Moore. Inbreeding and reproductive parameters among Mennonites in Kansas. Social Biology 34 , 180-186. Mor, Joanne Maternal and Child Health Program, Department of Community Health Development, School of Public Health, University of Hawaii, Manoa, Honolulu 1992, 1995 1992 GR Alexander, G Baruffi, J Mor, E Kieffer. Maternal nativity status and pregnancy outcome among U.S.-born Filipinos. Social Biology, 39(3-4), 278-284

Morales, Vincente 1989 Institut d'Estudis Laborals, University of Barcelona, Spain 1989 Vincente Morales. Mean age and life expectancy at birth in stationary populations: research note. Social Biology 36(1-2):114. Moreno, Lina M 2011 Orthodontics-Dows Institute, University of Iowa, Iowa City 2011 A Genetic Instrumental Variables Analysis of the Effects of Prenatal Smoking on Birth Weight: Evidence from Two Samples. George L Wehby, Jason M Fletcher, Steven F Lehrer, Lina M Moreno, Jeffrey C Murray, Allen Wilcox, Rolv T Lie. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 3-32. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 Moreno, Lorenzo Mathematica Policy Research Office of Population Research 1989-1991 1993 Jane E Miller, Noreen Goldman*, Lorenzo Moreno. An Evaluation of Survey Data on Birthweight and Prematurity Status. Social Biology 40(1-2): 131-146. Morgan*, Arthur E. Advisory Council 1927-35; Member 1930; Director 1950-57 Antioch College, President; TVA, Chairman 1950 AE Morgan. A Laboratory Case in Urban Survival: the Parsi of Bombay", Eugenical News 35, 3-5 (article on the Parsi, "a superior and almost pure racial strain" and their survival in Bombay, quotation from a review in Psychological Abstracts 1927-58 p. 2715) Morgan, Charles J Referee, Social Biology 1980 Morgan MPH, Gwendolyn T Family Health International, research fellow, Nairobi, Kenya 2003 2001 GT Morgan, B Gray, Robin Shirer Condom use and partner characteristics among young adult males in urban Ghana, aged 15-24. Social Biology 48, 3-4 Morgan*, John Pierpont Member 1930 The Pierpont Morgan; 1932 wife on Board of directors of Margaret Sanger Research Bureau The open presence in the society of men like JP Morgan, JP Morgan Jr., John D Rockefeller, John D Rockefeller Jr. and Augustus Belmont (see elsewhere on this list) indicates the social acceptability and power of the American Eugenics Society in the Thirties. This open presence disappeared in the Fifties but there is plenty of evidence that John D Rockefeller III maintained the family interest by financing Margaret Sanger, the Population Council, the Population Commission and so on through different Rockefeller entities. And there is plenty of evidence that the wives of the wealthy and socially connected worked to make Planned Parenthood socially acceptable. Morgan* Jr., Junius S. Member 1930 House of Morgan

Morgan*, Kenneth Member 1967, 1974; Social Biology manuscript referee 1975-77 Univ. Alberta, Edmonton, Canada (Genetics Dept. 1974, 1987); Human Genetics, U Michigan-Ann Arbor 1965 1974 Book Review. Social Biology 21, 1 1970 "Gene Flow and Structure of the United States Negro Population", Social Biology, v. 17, 4 1965 K Morgan, JN Spuhler. Inbreeding in small human populations. Eugenics Quarterly 12(4):204-8 Morgan*, Meredith W. Member 1956 Morgan, Prof. S Philip Duke University, Sociology 1998-2011; Population Association of America, President 2003; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012; Carolina Population Center; 2003 Y Yang, SP Morgan. How big are educational and racial differentials in the US? Social Biology 50(3-4): 167-187. (Research supported by a grant from NIH HD41042) 1996 BB Niraula, S Philip Morgan. Son and daughter preferences in Benighat, Nepal: Implications for fertility transition. Social Biology 42:256-273 1991 Koffi Ekouevi, S Philip Morgan. Note on the reliability and validity of mothers' retrospective reports of their children's birth weights. Social Biology 38:140-145. *“Is Low Fertility a Twenty-First Century Demographic Crisis?” Presidential Address to Population Association of America 2003, in Demography, vol. 40 no. 4 (2003), pp. 589-603 and on-line at http://fds.duke.edu/db/aas/Sociology/faculty/pmorgan] Attitude to the Birth Crash: “At the global level, population growth will slow over the next few decades because of increasingly pervasive low fertility. For those of us attracted to demography by neo-Malthusian concerns and who still believe that there are limits to human population growth, how can this be seen as anything but good news?” Government Money 2012 NICHD 5R03HD064841-02 Morgan, Samuel Philip The Correspondence of Fertility Intentions And Behavior In The NLSY79 2011 NICHD 1R03HD064841-01A1 The Correspondence of Fertility Intentions and Behavior in the National Longitudinal Survey 1979 Morison*, Prof. Robert Member 1974 Rockefeller Foundation 1944-1964 (asst. dir to assoc. dir of Medical Science 1944-51, Medicine and Public Health 1951-55, dir., Biological and Medical Research 1955-59, Medicine and Natural Science 1959-64) Mormino, Jonathan Georgetown University, 2001 2001 J Mormino, Ann P Riley*, Maxine Weinstein*, JC Ridley*, Tristram Gorrindo. Menarcheal age and subsequent patterns of family formation. Social Biology 48, 1-2

Moroni*, Prof. Antonio Member 1969; Italy Professor Emeritus of Ecology at the University of Parma (Italy) 2004; associate of LL Cavalli-Sforza* 1979 J Pinto-Cisternas, G Zei, A Moroni. Consanguinity in Spain 1911-43: general methodology, behavior of demographic variables, and regional differences. Social Biology 26:55-71 2004 Consanguinity, Inbreeding, and Genetic Drift in Italy. Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Antonia Moroni, Gianna Zei Background: In 1951, the geneticist Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza was teaching in Parma when a student--a priest named Antonio Moroni--told him about rich church records of demography and marriages between relatives. After convincing the Church to open its records, Cavalli-Sforza, Moroni, and Gianna Zei embarked on a landmark study that would last fifty years and cover all of Italy. This book assembles and analyzes the team's research for the first time. Using blood testing as well as church records, the team investigated the frequency of consanguineous marriages and its use for estimating inbreeding and studying the relations between inbreeding and drift. They tested the importance of random genetic drift by studying population structure through demography of the last three centuries, using it to predict the spatial variation of frequencies of genetic markers. The authors find that drift-related genetic variation, including its stabilization by migration, is best predicted by computer simulation. They also analyze the usefulness and limits of the concept of deme for defining Mendelian populations. The genetic effect of consanguineous marriage on recessive genetic diseases and for the detection of dominance in metric characters are also studied. Ultimately bringing together the many strands of their massive project, Cavalli-Sforza, Moroni, and Zei are able to map genetic drift in all of Italy's approximately 8,000 communes and to demonstrate the relationship between each locality's drift and various ecological and demographic factors. In terms of both methods and findings, their accomplishment is tremendously important for understanding human social structure and the genetic effects of drift and inbreeding” http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Consanguinity-Inbreeding-and-Genetic-Drift-inItaly/Luigi-Luca-Cavalli-Sfo Morris*, Laura Newell Member 1974 U Washington, Biocultural Anthropology 1984-87, 2008, 2009 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1982 DL Leonetti, L Newell-Morris. Lifetime patterns of childbearing and employment: a study of second-generation Japanese American women. Journal of Biosocial Science 14(1):81-97 Morris, Leo Chief, Program Evaluation Branch, Division of Reproductive Health, Center for Health Promotion and Education, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia 1987 1988 CW Warren, MW Oberle, L Morris, W Medica. Changes in contraceptive use and fertility: Panama, 1976 to 1984. Social Biology 35:1-21-2, 74-81 Morris MD, MPH, Prof. Naomi M Referee, Social Biology 1980 U Illinois-Chicago, School of Public Health, Community Health Sciences 2003, 2009, Emeritus 2009 1978 JR Udry, Naomi M. Morris. Relative Contribution of Male and Female Age to the Frequency of Marital Intercourse. Social Biology 25:128-134. 1971 NM Morris, JR Udry. Sexual Frequency and Contraceptive Pills. Social Biology 18, 1:40-45

JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1995 JR Udry*, NM Morris, J Kovenock. Androgen effects on women’s gendered behavior. J Biosocial Science 24:359-368, 1995. 1983 NM Morris, JR Udry*. Menstruation and marital sex. Journal of Biosocial Science 15(2):173-81 1978 NM Morris, JR Udry*. Pheromonal influences on human sexual behavior: an experimental search. Journal of Biosocial Science 10(2):147-57. Morton, Lois A 1980 Human Genetics, School of Medicine, Yale University 1980 LA Morton, KK Kidd*. The effects of variable age-of-onset and diagnostic criteria on the estimates of linkage: an example using manic-depressive illness and color blindness. Social Biology 27, 1 Morton*, Newton E Dir. 1958-59, 1977-82; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976, 1980 b. 1929; U Southampton School of Medicine, Human Genetics, Genetic Epidemiology, Principal Research Fellow 2009-2011 U Hawaii, Population Genetics Laboratory 1974, 1980, 1983; U Wisconsin 1955; ASHG, William Allan Award First Winner 1962 1983 NE Morton*, DC Rao. Race and Blood Pressure in Northeastern Brazil. Social Biology 30, 2 1980 NE Morton*, DC Rao. Hereditary Genius: A Centennial Problem in Resolution of Cultural and Biological Inheritance. Social Biology 27, 1 1979 NE Morton*. Diseases determined by major genes. Social Biology 26(2):94-103 1977 CL Gulbrandsen, NE Morton*, GG Rhoads, A Kagan, R Lew. Behavioral, social, and physiological determinants of lipoprotein concentrations. Social Biology 24(4):289-93. 1976 NE Morton*, WT Stout, C Fischer. Academic Performance in Hawaii. Social Biology 23: 13. 1975 NE Morton*. Analysis of family resemblance and group differences. Social Biology 22(2):111-6 1974 A Freire-Maia, C Stevenson, NE Morton*. Hybridity effect on mortality. Social Biology 21: 232-234 1972 NE Morton, Book Review. Social Biology 19, 4 1971 NE Morton*. Population genetics and disease control. Social Biology 18(3):243-51. 1967 NE Morton*. Population genetics of mental illness. Eugenics Quarterly 14(3):181-4. 1966 book review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 3 1962 NE Morton*. Genetics of interracial crosses in Hawaii. Eugenics Quarterly 9:23-4 "Sewall Wright* began using more complicated arithmetic for animal breeding studies. His methods have been modified by Newton Morton and others for use in human genetics as the basis of pedigree analysis and the formal genetics of mankind." from Social Biology, 1974 p. 332 Mosley, Prof. Wiley Henry Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Population, Family and Reproductive Health, Emeritus 2009-2011; Department of Population Dynamics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland 1972 Population Studies and Research Institute, U Nairobi, Kenya 1980 SEATO Cholera Research Laboratory, Dacca, East Pakistan 1968 Population Council, PDR 1972 J Stoeckel, AKM Alauddin Chowdhury, WH Mosley. The Effect of Fecundity on Fertility in Rural East Pakistan. Social Biology 19, 1972, 193-201 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE

2007 WH Mosley, MH Rahman, S Ahmed, et al. Does Service Accessibility Reduce Socioeconomic Differentials in Maternity Care Seeking? Evidence from Rural Bangladesh. Journal Biosocial Science 25.:1-15. Mott, Susan H Ohio State 1985 1984 SH Mott. A note on the determinants of breastfeeding durations in an African country. Social Biology 31 (3-4) Motulsky*, Prof. Arnold G (or Arno) Dir. 1988-93 Persecuted by Nazis; found haven in US and then supported eugenics in US University Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Medical Genetics then Genome Science, Senior Faculty 2009, Emeritus 2011 1962 A Motulsky. Medical Genetics in the Pacific Area. Eugenics Quarterly 9, 1 Motulsky was Conference editor and organizing Chairman of "Symposium of Medical Genetics", Tenth Pacific Science Congress 1961, papers in Eugenics Quarterly 9, 1, 1961. This conference includes Gadjusek's discussion of Kuru as a possible viral mechanism of selection. Kuru is a virus much like AIDS or the “human mad-cow virus”, only it spontaneously occurred only in New Guinea. There was great interest among eugenicists in Kuru when they thought it might have a genetic basis. (see also Turner q.v. and Tanner of the Eugenics Society (England). 1974 Birth Defects, w/ W. Lenz, q.v., Amsterdam [W. Lenz is the son of Fritz Lenz, whom Hitler quoted in Mein Kampf . W. Lenz followed von Verschuer q.v. (Mengele's co-researcher at Auschwitz) as Prof. of Human Genetics at Munster] Mudd*, Emily Hartshorne Dir. 1954-62 1898-1998; Maternal Health Center 1927; Founder, Marriage Council, Philadelphia 1931-1966; Pennsylvania Abortion Law Commission 1971-72; 1984 S. Emlem and Lydia Stokes Distinguished Service Medal, Southeastern Pennsylvania Planned Parenthood 1955 EH Mudd. Psychiatry and Marital Problems: Mental Health Implications. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 2 Muehlenbein PhD, Michael Indiana University: Anthropology 2007-2011 and Director, Evolutionary Physiology and Ecology Laboratory 2008-2011 and Faculty Member: Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior and IUPUI Center for Environmental Health 2011 and Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), Affiliated with Center for the Study of Global Change 2011; Anthropology, U Wisconsin-Madison 2006; PhD 2004 Biological Anthropology, Yale U 2006 Adaptive Variation in Testosterone Levels in Response to Immune Activation: Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives. Social Biology 53, 1-2 Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course,” Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine, including this one were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication Background: 2008 “My research interests are focused primarily on various aspects of the biology and ecology of infectious diseases, including the human and non-human primate physiological adaptations to these

diseases as well as the impact of environmental change on zoonotic disease transmission potential, specifically between human and non-human primate populations. Part of this involves characterizing hormone-mediated trade-offs between the immune and reproductive systems, using life history theory to explain the evolutionary bases for these trade-offs, and developing theoretical and empirical models so as to cultivate an explanatory framework for differential susceptibility to infectious diseases, specifically parasites and viruses. Infectious diseases have been important selection pressures instrumental in the evolution of human … As predicted by evolutionary and life history theories, testosterone variation within an individual should function as an adaptive mechanism to augment reproductive effort or bolster immunity according to available energy and disease risk in the environment. Mueller*, Ulrich O Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, Board of Directors 2007-2011 Institute of Medical Sociology and Social Medicine, University of Marburg Medical School, Germany, 2000, 2006, 2009 (Director 2008) Population Council, PDR 2006 Ulrich Mueller, Monique Borgerhoff Mulder. The Ecology of the Male Life Course: Introduction. and 2006 Ulrich Mueller, Sabine Groos, Walter Krause. Men with Subnormal Sperm Counts Live Shorter Lives. Social Biology, v. 53, 1-2. (Both presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006-2007 but only nine including these two were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. “The Ecology of the Male Life Course: Introduction” introduced Social Biology, v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication. } Muhsam, HV Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel 1965, 1986 1965 Differential mortality in Israel by socioeconomic status. Eugenics Quarterly 12(4):227-32. Mulder, Monique Borgerhoff Evolutionary Anthropology, U California-Davis 1991-2011 (on leave Fellow (2011-2012) Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin Institute for Advanced Study) 2006 Ulrich Mueller, Monique Borgerhoff Mulder. The Ecology of the Male Life Course: Introduction. Social Biology 53, 1-2. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of presentations at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology but only nine, including this one were published. Social Biology then ceased publication. Muller*, Mr. Henry M. Member 1956 Muller*, Herman J. 1927-1998; (Member, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Member 1930; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932) 1939 The geneticists' manifesto. Eugenical News 24 1959 I. Michael Lerner, Theodosius Dobzhansky, Hermann J. Muller. Genetics today and “the origin of species”. Eugenics Quarterly 6, 4 American Society of Human Genetics, First President 1948 Background:

Muller had been a strong supporter of Communism who lived in Russia under Stalin but he broke with the Soviet Union after World War II over Lysenko. A typical leftwing eugenicist, like Richard Lewontin, he disagreed strongly with aspects of eugenics he saw as fascist but was a supporter of a eugenics done in a leftwing way. For instance for the left, abortion, even coercive as in China, to carry out a program based on population considerations or medical genetic considerations would be acceptable but abortion to carry out racial selection would not be acceptable. Munan, Louis 1979 Epidemiology Laboratory, University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada 1979 L Munan, A Kelly. Frequency of fatal congenital anomalies of the nervous system: association with geographic latitude. Social Biology 26(4):335-40. Mura, Elena Italy 1982 SA Mednick, E Mura, F Schulsinger, B Mednick. Perinatal conditions and infant development in children with schizophrenic parents. Social Biology, 29(3-4):264-275 1973 SA Mednick, E Mura, F Schulsinger, B Mednick. Erratum and further analysis: "perinatal conditions and infant development in children with schizophrenic parents". Social Biology 20(1):111-2. Murdock, Steve H 1997 Rural Sociology, Texas A&M University, College Station 1997 Md. Nazrul Hoque, Steve H Murdock. Socioeconomic Development, Status of Women, Family Planning and Fertility in Bangladesh: A District Level Analysis. Social Biology 44(3-4):179-197 Murphy MD, Douglas P Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 1956 Hereditary Counseling: The Obstetrician and Congenital Malformations in Brothers and Sisters. Eugenics Quarterly 3 Murphy, Edmund A 1979 Medical Genetics, Johns Hopkins University 1979 Quantitative genetics: a critique. Social Biology 26(2):126-41. Murphy, Edward Referee, Social Biology 1978 Murphy, Prof. Gardner Dir. 1947-71; Member 1974 Menninger Foundation 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 1954 Editorial Comment. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 Murphy, Prof. Michael London School of Economics, Population Studies 2009-2011 and Social Policy 2011, Prof. Demography Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Population Council, PDR 1999 M Murphy. Is the relationship between fertility of parents and children really weak? An analytic review. Social Biology 46(1–2), 122–145

1998 D Wang, M Murphy. Covariates of infant mortality in China: an exploratory approach. Social Biology 45(1-2):21-38 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2004 Mike Murphy. Tracing very long-term kinship networks using SOCSIM. Demographic Research 10, 7 Murray, Jeffrey C 2011 A Genetic Instrumental Variables Analysis of the Effects of Prenatal Smoking on Birth Weight: Evidence from Two Samples. Jeffrey C Murray, George L Wehby, Jason M Fletcher, Steven F Lehrer, Lina M Moreno, , Allen Wilcox, Rolv T Lie. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 3-32. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 Murray, Nancy 2005-2006 Constella Futures, Washington DC; 1998 Doctoral Candidate, Johns Hopkins U, Dept. Population Dynamics 2005 Minki Chatterji, Philip Anglewicz, Nancy Murray, David London. The Factors Influencing Transactional Sex among Young Men and Women in 12 Sub-Saharan African Countries. Social Biology 52, 1-2 (acknowledges financial support from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the POLICY Projects Adolescent Working Group under Contract HRN-C-00-00-00006-00, July 2000June 2006) 2000 Nancy Murray, Nan Marie Astone, Constance A Nathanson, Young J Kim. The Impact of Fertility Intentions on Behavior: The Case of Sterilization. Social Biology 47: 61-76 Background: Constella Group was formerly Futures Group and is US AID contractor with strong connections to the Johns Hopkins population program Constella Futures (formerly Futures Group), is a management, marketing, research, and strategic planning organization that helps clients make well-informed decisions in the presence of future uncertainty. Founded in 1971, Constella Futures has worked on projects in more than 100 countries. Areas of program concentration include reproductive health, the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS and other communicable infections, and maternal and child health. We provide services in public policy development, strategic planning, estimation of resource needs, advocacy and community mobilization, social marketing, and research and evaluation. Constella Futures has implemented and managed large, complex projects with significant overseas activities, including the POLICY I and II projects and the Social Marketing for Change projects (SOMARC I, II and III). Our experience on such large-scale global projects, combined with current efforts on USAID IQCs, clearly demonstrates the ability to effectively respond to, manage, and implement multiple task orders simultaneously. …. The team's aggregate technical and geographical experience enables Constella Futures to quickly offer a highly targeted response to any Task Order issued under PSP. [PSP = Private Sector Partner] Constella Futures PSP Partners …*include+ The Center for Communication Programs (CCP), established by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health … *and+ Harvard International Health Systems Program, The Ghana Social Marketing Foundation, Social Marketing Distribution (SMD) Nepal, The

Nepal Contraceptive Retail Sales Company from the USAID site PSP page: http://www.pspiqc.org/cdirFGI.html Murray* Jr. MD, Prof. Robert F Dir. 1972-77 Chairman, Howard University Graduate School, Genetics and Human Genetics 2005 1988 R Murray, EQ Wooldridge. The health orientation scale: A measure of feeling about sickle cell trait. Social Biology 35, 123–136 1974 Book Review. Social Biology 21, 4 Murthy, Nirmala 1974 Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad, India 1974 1974 G Berggren, N Murthy, SJ Williams. Rural Haitian women: an analysis of fertility rates. Social Biology 21(4):368-78 Murty, JS Osmania U, Genetics, Hyderabad, India 1992, 1993 1992 GR Rajeswari, BR Busi, JS Murty, VV Rao, S Narahari, Selection intensities and consanguinity in the Yadava and Vadabalija of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India, Social Biology. 39 (3-4):316-9 1984 VV Rao, JS Murty. Selection intensities and inbreeding among some caste groups of Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 31: 114-119 1978 J S Murty, A Ramesh. Selection intensities among the tribal populations of Adilabad district, Andhra Pradesh, India, Social Biology 25(4):302-5 Myers, David E 1987 Decision Resources Corporation, Washington, D.C. 1987 JC Ridley*, DE Myers, LR Young, J Nassim. Farm background, socioeconomic status, and fertility: the two-generation hypothesis, Social Biology 34(3-4):220-33 Myers*, Prof. George C. Member 1968, 1974 Sociology, Duke University 1968; WHO 1968 1968 GC Myers, JM Roberts. A Technique for Measuring Preferential Family Size and Composition. Social Biology 15, 3 1967 GC Myers, R McGinnis, G Masnick. The Duration of Residence Approach to a Dynamic Stochastic Model of Internal Migration: A Test of the Axiom of Cumulative Inertia. Eugenics Quarterly 14, 2 (one of the most frequently cited articles from the Eugenics Quarterly; see Social Biology 1982) Myrianthopoulos*, Ntinos Member 1974, 1979, 1992; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976 National Institute of Neurology, Common Diseases and Stroke (geneticist 1957-63, head, section on epidemiology and genetics 1963-1992; ASHG, Member 1954; Dight Institute 1954 1974 Book Review. Social Biology 21, 3 and 4 1970 Book Review. Social Biology 17, 3 1969 Book Review. Social Biology 16, 1 1960 Book Review, Eugenics Review 7, 3 1958 Book Review, Eugenics Review 5, 3 Nabulsi, A

Institut für Humanbiologie, Hamburg, Germany 1995 A Nabulsi. Mating patterns of the Abbad Tribe in Jordan. Social Biology 42: 162-174 Naccash*, Dr. Edmund P. Member 1974 Arlington Hosp., Arlington, Virginia (Chief, Dept. of Human Genetics) 1974 Nachtsheim*, Hans German member 1956 1890-1979; 1945-1960 Max‐Planck‐Institut, f. vergl. Erbbiologie u. Erbpathologie, Berlin Dahlem; 1941 to 1945 Head, Department of Experimental Genetic Pathology at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics 1954 Hans Nachtsheim. Frequency and Distribution of Pathologic Genes in Human Populations: The Effect of Mutation Rate and Mutagenic Factors, Selective Pressure and Counter-selection. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 1 Conducted experiments on children during the Nazi regime "In 1943 geneticist Hans Nachtsheim asked the DFG [the German Research Foundation] to support the following research: 'Since there was a marked difference in our animal research on epilepsy between the behavior of older and younger specimens, we tested epileptic children under similar conditions in pressure chambers. Up till now only children between 11 and 13 were at our disposal. At a pressure corresponding to 4,000 to 6,000 meters no epileptic attacks occurred. In humans age 11 to 13 corresponds to 5 to 6 months of age in rabbits, an age at which the cramp threshold, as is also the case with rabbits, is not so low as to induce cramps with certain regularity under pressure chamber conditions. To have a basis of comparison, we would need to test epileptic children between 5 and 6 years of age.” Quoted in The Value of the Human Being: Medicine in Germany 1918-1945 (1991), p. 38, catalogue of an exhibition by the Arztekammer Berlin shown in the United States at Walter Reed Hospital, November 14, 1992) Nag*, Moni Member 1969, 1974 Anthropology, Columbia University 1966-2009 Nagi, Mostafa H 1983, 2008 Sociology, Bowling Green State University, Ohio 1983 M Nagi Trends in Moslem fertility and the application of the demographic transition model. Social Biology 30(3), 245-62 Nagoshi PhD, Craig T Institute for Behavioral Genetics, University of Colorado, Boulder 1987, 2006 1987 CT Nagoshi, RC Johnson. Between-vs. within-family analyses of the correlation of height and intelligence, Social Biology 34:1-21-2, 110-113 1986 CT Nagoshi, RC Johnson, SHL Yuen, FM Ahern. Further investigations of educational and occupational attainment in the Hawaii family study of cognition. Social Biology 33, 1-2:35-50 1983 R Johnson, CT Nagoshi, FM Ahern, JR Wilson, JC DeFries, GE McClearn, SG Vandenberg. Family background, cognitive ability, and personality as predictors of educational and occupational attainment. Social Biology 30:86-100

Naidu, Jammigumpula Mastan 1994 Anthropology, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India 1994 BV Babu, YS Kusuma, JM Naidu. Genetic load among four Andhra caste populations. Social Biology 41: 127-129 1994 BV Babu, JM Naidu. Individual fertility rate among minor tribal populations from Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 41: 274-277 Nakonezny PhD, Paul A U Texas Southwestern Medical Center 2009 2002 P Nakonezny, Joseph Lee Rodgers*, Kristen Shaw. Did births decline in the United States after the enactment of no-fault divorce law?” Social Biology 50(3-4):188-200 Nam*, Prof. Charles B Society for the Study of Social Biology, Board of Directors 1996-2008 Class of 2001, Executive Committee, 1998; Member 1974; Social Biology: Referee 1978, 1979 Editorial Board, 1999-2005, 2008-2009 Population Association of America, President, 1979 Center for Demography & Population Health (formerly Center for the Study of Population), Florida State University, Emeritus 2009-2011 2008 CB Nam*, Isaac Eberstein*, Kathleen Heyman. Causes of Death and Mortality Crossovers by Race. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 2:214-28 1996 CB Nam*, Richard G Rogers*, Robert A Hummer*. Impact of Future Cigarette Smoking Scenarios on Mortality of the Adult Population in the United States: 2000-2050. Social Biology 43(3-4):155-168 1995 RG Rogers*, Charles B Nam*, Robert A Hummer*. Demographic and Socioeconomic Links to Cigarette Smoking. Social Biology 42(1-2):1-21. 1995 CB Nam*. Another look at mortality crossovers. Social Biology 42(1-2): 133-42. 1989 CB Nam*, IW Eberstein*, LC Deeb. Sudden infant death syndrome as a socially determined cause of death. Social Biology, 36, 1-6. 1978 CB Nam*, NL Weatherby, KA Ockay. Causes of death which contribute to the mortality crossover effect. Social Biology, 25, 306-314 1971 GE Markle, Charles B Nam*. Sex predetermination: Its impact on fertility. Social Biology 18: 7383 Narahari PhD, Prof. S Department of Anthropology, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India 1992, 2003; SV University, Tirupati India 1982 1992 GR Rajeswari, BR Busi, JS Murty, VV Rao, S Narahari. Selection intensities and consanguinity in the Yadava and Vadabalija of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology. 39 (3-4):316-9 Nassif, Fatima 1985 Department of Sociology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas 1985 Akinwumi Adebayo, F Nassif. Opinions Regarding Abortion among Male Nigerian Undergraduate Students in the United States, Social Biology 32: 132-135 Nassim, Janet 1987 The World Bank, Washington D.C 1987 JC Ridley*, DE Myers, LR Young, J Nassim. Farm background, socioeconomic status, and fertility: the two-generation hypothesis, Social Biology. 34(3-4):220-33 Nath, Prof. Dilip C

U Washington, Anthropology 2008; trained at Duke University, has worked in India 1994 DC Nath, KC Land*, KK Singh. Birth spacing, breastfeeding and early child mortality in a traditional Indian society: a hazards model analysis. Social Biology 41(3-4): 168-180. 1993 KC Land*, Dilip C Nath, Kaushalendra K Singh, Pijush K Talukdar. Breast-Feeding and Post-Partum Amenorrhea in a Traditional Society: A Hazards Model Analysis. Social Biology 40, 1-2 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2000 DL Leonetti, DC Nath, MS Steele. Analysis of birth intervals in a non-contracepting Indian population: An evolutionary ecological approach. Journal of Biosocial Science 32:343-354. Nathanson PhD, Prof. Constance A Columbia U: co-director, Columbia Population Research Center 2009-2011 and Professor, Mailman School of Public Health 2009-2011 Population Council, PDR 2000 C Nathanson, Nan Marie Astone, Young J Kim, Nancy Murray, Robert Schoen. The Impact of Fertility Intentions on Behavior: The Case of Sterilization. Social Biology 47: 61-76 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5T32HD049339-05 Nathanson, Constance Allen Columbia University Health Sciences Doctoral Research Training in Sociomedical Sciences Naylor*, Alfred F. Member 1974 National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, National Institutes of Health (NIH) 1964, 1974; McGill U, Genetics, Montreal, Canada 1963 1979 AF Naylor, L Willerman. Physical Development of Interracial Children in the First Year. Social Biology 26, 1 1974 AE Naylor. Sequential Aspects of Spontaneous Abortion: Maternal Age, Parity, and Pregnancy Compensation Artifact. Social Biology 21, 2 Naylor*, Edwin Member 1974 Pediatrics, Bell Facility, SUNY at Buffalo, New York 1974 1975 Edwin Naylor. Genetic screening and genetic counseling: Knowledge, attitudes, and practices in two groups of family planning professionals. Social Biology 22:304-314 Neal, Prof. Arthur G Referee, Social Biology 1979 Bowling Green State U, Sociology 2009-2011 Emeritus 1975 HT Groat, AG Neal. Alienation antecedents of unwanted fertility: a longitudinal study. Social Biology 22(1):60-74 Nedrow*, Warren Wesley Member 1956 Arkansas State College 1948 Needleman, Lionel

1988 Economics, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 1988 L Needleman. Fifty years of Canadian Jewish mortality. Social Biology 35: 110-122. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1985 Canadian fertility trends in perspective. Journal of Biosocial Science 18(1):43-56 Neel, James V 1915-2000; Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, Head, programme on genetic effects of radiation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki 1946; University of Michigan-Ann Arbor: Heredity Clinic 1954, Medical School, Human Genetics 1959 1963; ASHG: First Board of Directors 1948, Member 1948, 1954 1963 JV Neel, RH Post*. Transitory "positive" selection for colorblindness? Eugenics Quarterly 10:33-5 1958 JV Neel. The meaning of empiric risk figures for disease or defect. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 1 1954 HF Falls*, JV Neel. The Detection of Carriers of Recessive Genes. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 3 (From First UN sponsored World Population Conference, Rome 1954) Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission “The potential genetic effects of the atomic bomb were apparent to all interested students from the day the first bomb was dropped—in fact, to some, well before that time. A consideration of genetic studies was one facet of the work of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, and a section of its January 1947 report was devoted to this subject. This phase of the work was to a large extent the responsibility of Lt. James V. Neel. … On June 24, 1947, the Committee on Atomic Casualties arranged a conference on the potential genetic effects of the atomic bombs. At this meeting, which was attended by George W. Beadle (chairman), Donald R. Charles, Charles H. Danforth*, Herman J. Muller*, Laurence H. Snyder*, and Lt. Neel, the latter submitted a report of preliminary genetic studies Darkness in El Dorado “A recent book by a freelance journalist makes major accusations against genetic studies by J. V. Neel in the Amazon a generation ago. Contrary to these charges, there was no connection of Neel's work with human experiments conducted by the Rochester Manhattan project twenty years earlier, nor did the studies serve as a control for survivors of the atomic bombs in Japan. Neel was not a eugenicist. His program of measles vaccination reduced mortality, and was not in any sense an experiment. Given the passage of time and lack of supporting evidence, further investigation of these charges is pointless. However, the political climate in which human populations are studied has changed dramatically over the last generation. Unless guidelines reflect an international consensus, the benefits of population studies to human welfare and science will be jeopardized. The World Health Organization guidelines should be extended to cover current research.” Newton E Morton eprints.soton.ac.uk Nei*, Masatoshi Member 1974; Japan and US Pennsylvania State U, Dept. Biology and Institute of Molecular Evolutionary Genetics (Director 19902011; Chief, geneticist, National Institute of Radiological Science, Japan 1965 Neilsen, Liz (or Lisbeth) Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 2011 Division of Behavioral and Social Research (BSR aka DBSR), National Institute of Aging (NIA), NIH: Program Director 2011, NIH, NIA alternate member NIH/BSR coordinating committee 2009 Office of Disease Prevention, NIH; NIH, OBSSR Background:

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In 2011 Liz Neilsen was in charge of the following program areas: Social, affective, and economic neuroscience of aging Mechanisms of emotion, stress and health Biosocial and biobehavioral integration Emotional aging Decision making and emotion-cognition interactions Subjective well-being Economic phenotypes Personality and social cognition Basic research on self-regulation Science of behavior change Decision making and well-being at the end of life From http://www.nia.nih.gov/about/staff/dbsr/lisbeth-nielsen-phd Background: The Behavioral and Social Research (BSR aka DBSR) at NIA/NIH led in funding biodemography and ignored the eugenic involvement. They knew of this involvement since many BSR staff including Liz Neilsen attended a CCBAR meeting in 2008 at which eugenic society reorganization along biodemographic lines was discussed.

Neilson*, Pres. William A. (General Cttee, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Advisory Council 1923-35; Member 1930 President, Smith College 1917-1939 (important to Anne Morrow Lindberg and many other Smith graduates important in the Fifties); Birth Control Federation of America Inc., Medical Advisory Board (Advisory Council 1939) Nelen, Willianne LDM 2000 Departments of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University Hospital, Nijmegen 1998 L J Smits, WL Nelen, MG Wouters, H Straatman, PH Jongbloet, GA Zielhuis. Conditions at conception in women with recurrent miscarriage. Social Biology 45(1-2):143-9. Nelson PhD, Warren 1906-1964; First Medical Director, The Population Council 1954-1964 (did not have an MD); Medical Committee, Planned Parenthood; PhD 1931 NYU; Honorary MD 1957 1956 Warren Nelson. Control of Conception by Physiologic Methods. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 3 Nesselroade, Prof. John R U Virginia, Psychology 2009, 2011 1986 JR Nesselroade, JJ McArdle. Multivariable causal modeling in alcohol research. Social Biology, 32, 272-296 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] Nett, Emily M 1978 Sociology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada 1978 EM Nett. An ecological analysis of urban therapeutic abortion rates. Social Biology 25(3):235-42 Nettler*, Gwynn Member 1974 Univ. Alberta, Sociology, Edmonton, Canada 1963-78

Neugebauer PhD, MPH, Richard New York State Psychiatric Institute, Epidemiology of Developmental Brain Disorders Department 1995, 1999; School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York 1979 1979 BS Dohrenwend, BP Dohrenwend, Irving I Gottesman*, B Link, R Neugebauer. Epidemiology and genetics of schizophrenia. Social Biology 26(2):142-53. Newcombe*, Howard Director, Dec. 1972-1974; Referee, Social Biology 1975; Canadian 1965 Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories, Canada; Atomic Energy of Canada, Ltd., Biology and Health Physics 1965 HB Newcombe*. Environmental Versus Genetic Interpretations of Birth-Order Effects. Eugenics Quarterly 12:90-101 1962 HB Newcombe*, PO Rhynas. Child spacing following stillbirth and infant death. Eugenics Quarterly 9:25-35. [Newcombe used government computers to show how various records could be linked by computers to build pedigrees (a genetic file) on people without their knowledge or consent. Genetic files can be used to deny insurance. This relevant to the push for national health insurance. (and see Walter Bodmer the same year) 1992 H Newcomb, Pierre Lalonde and Martha E Fair. The Use of Names for Linking Personal Records. Journal of the American Statistical Association 87, Dec., p. 1193 and "Rejoinder" in same issue p. 1207; 1962 H Newcomb. Family Linkage of Population Records. in The Use of Vital Statistics for Genetic and Radiation Studies .WHO, United Nations; 1962 "Population genetics: Population Records" in Methodology in Human Genetics. (Ed.) W. Burdette] Newman*, Prof. H. H. Advisory Council 1927-35; Member 1930 Univ. Chicago 1911-1940; witness at Scopes Trial Newman, John Referee, Social Biology 1978 Newsome, Jamie Florida State U, Criminology 2011; U Cincinnati, Criminology between 2004-2009 2009 Jamie Vaske, Jamie Newsome, Matthew Makarios, John Paul Wright, Brian B Boutwell, and Kevin M Beaver. Interaction of 5HTTLPR and Marijuana Use on Property Offending. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1:93-102. Nichols*, Paul L. Member 1974 1974 National Institute of Neurological Disease and Stroke, Bethesda, Maryland 1973 PL Nichols, VE Anderson. Intellectual performance, race, and socioeconomic status. Social Biology 20(4):367-74 Nicholson, Ian R 1992 Department of Psychology, Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario, Canada 1992 Ian R Nicholson. A note of the generalizability of assortative mating coefficients for personality. Social Biology 39(1-2):151-7

1990 Ian R Nicholson. Are heritability estimates generalizable? Lack of evidence from cross-sample correlations. Social Biology 37(3-4):147-61. Niswander*, Jerald D (Jerry) Member 1974 NIH 1969-1979: Human Genetics Branch, National Institute of Dental Research 1969 and Craniofacial Anomalies Program (1976-(1979) 1975 JD Niswander, MV Barrow, GJ Bingle. Congenital Malformations in the American Indian. Social Biology 22, 3:203-215 1968 JD Niswander, MS Adams. Health of the American Indian: Congenital Defects. Eugenics Quarterly 15, 4 Niraula, Bhanu B United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Nepal 2003; Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania 1994 Population Council, PDR 1996 Bhanu B Niraula, S Philip Morgan. Son and daughter preferences in Benighat, Nepal: Implications for fertility transition. Social Biology 42:256-273 Nobbe, Charles E Sociology, U Western Ontario 1974, 2008 1974 IO Okraku, CE Nobbe. Male-female differences in family size preferences among college students. Social Biology 21(3):279-89 Noice*, Frank Member 1956 Moorhead State U, 1965-66 Nordlie, Esther B Dight Institute 1961 Sheldon Reed, Esther B Nordlie. Genetic Counseling: For Children of Mixed Racial Ancestry. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 3:157-158 Nortman, Dorothy L Referee, Social Biology 1979 Population Council 1958, 1966, 1971, 1982, 1989 (Senior Consultant, Center for Policy Studies) 1964 Population Policies in Developing Countries and Related International Attitudes. Eugenics Quarterly 11:11-29 Norton* III, Prof. Horace Wakeman Member 1956 Associate editor, American Society of Human Genetics 1954 University of Illinois-Urbana, Statistical Design and Analysis 1950-(1981) Notestein, Prof. Frank W. Director 1950-56; Member 1974 1902-1983 Office of Population Research, Princeton University: Founder 1936 with money from Milbank Memorial Fund/ Director 1936-1959

Population Council, Founding Trustee, President 1959-1968 Princeton University, Professor 1936-1959, retained a connection till 1982 Population Division, United Nations, Organizer/ First Director 1946-48 Population Association of America, Charter Member, President, 1946-47 Milbank Memorial Fund 1929-1936 1969 FW Notestein. Frederick Osborn, demography's statesman, on his eightieth spring: March, 1969. Social Biology 46(3-4):179-83 [1971 "Reminiscences: The Role of Foundations, the Population Association of America, Princeton University and the United Nations in Fostering American Interest in Population Problems", Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, Oct., v. 49, #4, no. 2, p. 67] Daddy, where did low, low fertility come from? Notestein argued that "the destruction of the large traditional family was necessary not only for the indirect effect on economic growth via the reduction of fertility but also for its direct effect in producing a society more attuned to the modern economy", according to John Caldwell (q.v.) in Limiting Population Growth and the Ford Foundation, (1986) p. 26. Caldwell cites "Economic Problems of Population Change" by Notestein in 8th International Conference of Agricultural Economists, 1953 as an example of Notestein's reasoning. He says this paper argued for "experimental social engineering." (1986 Caldwell, p. 26) Population Explosion and Notestein “ the first modern global population projection, which explicitly considered the age and sex structure of the population (the so-called cohort-component method), was carried out by Frank Notestein of the Princeton Office of Population Research in 1945” Lutz (The World Population Programme of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) based outside Vienna (Austria) began producing global population projections at the level of 13 world regions in 1994. One of the purposes was to produce population projections as part of the Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) (Nakicenovic et al. 2000) that underlie the global emission scenarios used by the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC).” Foreign Affairs October 1967 Population and Development “The problem in the real world is that the rate of population growth is proving to be a major obstacle to economic development. Mounting rates of population growth are proving to be almost insuperable obstacles to the technological development on which our future hopes must depend. The heart of the demographic problem is that of slowing the rate of population growth sufficiently to permit the development of the lagging economies and of doing this in the next two or three decades.” Noymer*, Andrew Board Member, Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, appt’d. 2005-2011; referee, Social Biology; Biodemography and Social Biology, Editorial Board 2010-11 U California-Irvine: Sociology and Center for Demographic and Social Analysis 2009-2011; PhD 2006 Sociology, Berkeley; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012; Population Council, PDR 2008 A Noymer. The 1918–19 influenza pandemic affected tuberculosis in the United States: Reconsidering Bradshaw, Smith, and Blanchard. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, (2):125–133 [and see 2008 Benjamin S. Bradshaw, David W. Smith, Stephen Blanchard. A Cohort Study of Tuberculosis and Influenza Mortality in the Twentieth Century. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 and 2008 Benjamin S. Bradshaw, David W. Smith, Stephen Blanchard. Response to Noymer. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 2] Nutini, Prof. Hugo Gino

U Pittsburgh, Anthropology 1965, 2009, 2011 1973 RA Halberstein, MH Crawford, HG Nutini. Historical Demographic Analysis of Indian Populations In Tlaxcala-Mexico, 1973 Social Biology 20 (1): 40-50 Nye, Edwin Richard U Otago Medical School, Dunedin, New Zealand 1965 1967 Natural selection and degenerative cardiovascular disease. Eugenics Quarterly 14(2):127-31 Oakley, Prof. Deborah U Michigan School of Nursing 1986, 1990 Emeritus 2009 Population Council, PDR 1990 D Oakley, J Parent. A scale to measure microbehaviors of oral contraceptive pill use. Social Biology 37:3-43-4, 215-222 1986 D Oakley. Low-fertility childbearing decision making. Social Biology 33, 33-4:249-58 Oakley, Godfrey Referee, Social Biology 1977 Oberle, Mark W Medical Epidemiologist, Program Evaluation Branch, Division of Reproductive Health, Center for Health Promotion and Education, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia 1987 1984 CW Warren, MW Oberle, L Morris, W Medica. Changes in contraceptive use and fertility: Panama, 1976 to 1984. Social Biology 35:1-21-2, 74-81 Ockay, Kathleen Ann Graduate, Center for Demography & Population Health (formerly Center for the Study of Population), Florida State University 1978 CB Nam*, NL Weatherby, KA Ockay. Causes of death which contribute to the mortality crossover effect. Social Biology, 25, 306-314 Ofstedal, Mary Beth Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 University Michigan: Population Research Center 2010-2011 and Michigan Center on the Demography of Aging 2009-2011 (co-director with Robert Schoeni q.v. (NIA funded Center), 2009), (co-director with David Lam q.v. 2010) and Associate Research Scientist, Survey Research Center 2009-2011 Funded NIA projects: Trajectories of Subjective Well-Being and Ethnicity in Old Age (NIA) MICDA Coordinating Center Seminar Series (NIA) Conference on Attrition and Non-Response in Longitudinal Studies (NIA) Ogasawara, Germaine M 1988 Psychology and Behavioral Biology Laboratory, University of Hawaii, Honolulu 1988 RC Johnson, GM Ogasawara. Within- and across-group dating in Hawaii. Social Biology 35, 103109 Ogawa, Prof. Naohiro Population Research Institute (Deputy Director), and Economics, Nihon U, Japan; East West Population Institute; U Hawaii

Population Council, PDR 1978 Robert D Retherford, Naohiro Ogawa. Decomposition of the change in the total fertility rate in the Republic of Korea, 1966-1970. Social Biology 25(2) Oge, Linda L 1990, 1999 Health Systems Specialist, Billings Montana Area Office, Indian Health Service 1990 CW Warren, HI Goldberg, L Oge, D Pepion, JS Friedman, S Helgerson, EM La Mere. Assessing the reproductive behavior of on- and off-reservation American Indian females: characteristics of two groups in Montana. Social Biology 37(1-2):69-83 Oikawa*, Hideo Member (Foreign) 1956; Japan Okraku, Ishmael O 1974, 2004 St. Mary’s U, Sociology, Halifax, Nova Scotia 1975 IO Okraku. Fishing and fertility: a study of a Nova Scotia fishing village. Social Biology 22(4):32637 1974 IO Okraku, CE Nobbe. Male-female differences in family size preferences among college students. Social Biology 21(3):279-89 Oliver*, Prof. Clarence P. Dir. 1950-56 Director, Dight Institute, Minneapolis, MN 1941 Advisory Board, Mankind Quarterly, 1960, 1, #1 ASHG: First Board of Directors 1948, Member 1948, 1954; wrote constitution 1948 1952 CP Oliver*. Human Genetics program at the University of Texas. Eugenical News, 1952 Background: The goal of Mankind Quarterly were to reverse the ideas of equality which were spreading and leading to school desegregation. e.g.: "during the last two decades there has been a decided tendency to neglect the racial aspects of man's inheritance for the social ... they are unduly influenced by political and ethical conceptions current in many circles today ... we are helping correct a serious imbalance ...", Editorial on Goals, Mankind Quarterly, Vol. 1, #1, 1960 And "... persistent attempts to force school integration on the South, against their [the South's] opposition on the grounds that separate schools are better for both races ... American anthropologists were responsible for introducing equalitarianism into anthropology, ignoring the hereditary differences between races, and even among individuals, until the uninstructed public were gradually misled." from a review by RR Gates and Gayre of Gayre of Race and Reason , 1961 by Carleton Putnam, in Mankind Quarterly, Vol. 1, p. 297 And "differential fertility ... in a society of mixed ethnic origin...The necessary consequence is generally a systematic predominance of the cultural and political dispositions of the lower but more fecund orders." from review by A. James Gregor of Corsa di Sociologia, 1957 by Corrado Gini in the Mankind Quarterly, Vol. 1, p. 300, 1960 (Ginsburg) Olshansky*, Prof. SJ

Society for the Study of Social Biology, President, 1999-2008 according to the Society Journal but IRS forms show Kenneth Land (2005-2006), HP Kohler (2007-2012); Editorial Board 2008-2009 Population Council, PDR 2002 BA Carnes, L Gavrilov, NS Gavrilova, SJ Olshansky*. Genealogical data and biodemography of human longevity. Social Biology 49, 3-4 [Funded in part by several NIA/NIH grants] Abstract “Biodemography of human longevity is an emerging interdisciplinary field of sociobiological research with deep historical roots. Two research questions are examined in this article: (1) What evidence is there for the familial transmission of human longevity?, and (2) what are the effects of parental age at reproduction on offspring longevity, and in particular, are there long-term adverse health consequences associated with the trend toward delayed reproduction? The ability of scientists to conduct biodemographic studies depends not only on merging theoretical and methodological elements from the biological and demographic/actuarial sciences, but unique sources of data and statistical methods must also be developed. In this article we describe how genealogical data have been used for over a century to explore basic questions about human longevity, and how similar kinds of data now being developed are driving the formation of new testable research hypotheses in the field of biodemography” from Informaworld.com “During the last eighteen years, Dr. Olshansky has been working with colleagues in the biological sciences to develop the modern "biodemographic paradigm" of mortality – an effort to understand the biological nature of the survival and dying out processes of living organisms” from http://web.mac.com/sjayo/SJayOlshansky/Background_files/Olshanskybiographicalsketch.pdf Biographical details S Jay Olshansky received his PhD in Sociology at the University of Chicago in 1984. He is currently a professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a research associate at the University of Chicago's Center on Ageing and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The focus of his research to date has been on estimates of the upper limits to human longevity, exploring the health consequences of individual and population ageing, and global implications of the reemergence of infectious and parasitic diseases. During the last ten years, Dr Olshansky has been working with colleagues in the biological sciences to develop the modern 'biodemographic paradigm' of mortality - an effort to understand the biological nature of the dying out process of living organisms. Dr. Olshansky is [2001] the current president of the Society for the Study of Social Biology. He is a senior Fulbright specialist on biodemography. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Gerontology: biological sciences and biogerontology. He is on the editorial board of several other scientific journals. He has spoken before the President's Council on Bioethics, the 2004 Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus, and has testified several times before the trustees of the Social Security Administration where his research has influenced forecasts of life expectancy and the future solvency of the nation's age entitlement programs. He is the lead author of a book entitled The Quest for Immortality: science at the frontiers of ageing (Norton, 2001). Omenn*, Prof. Gilbert S Member 1974; Dir. 1976-81 U Michigan School of Medicine, Human Genetics 1997-2011; U Washington-Seattle 1979 Genetics and Epidemiology; Medical Interventions and Public Policy. Social Biology 26, 2 1976 Intrauterine diagnosis and genetic counseling in psychiatry. Social Biology 23(2):142-57.

Omran MD, Abdel Rahim Referee, Social Biology 1979 Egyptian Born, US citizen; Epidemiologic transition Carolina Population Center and School of Public Health, UNC 1974 Pathfinder Fund George Washington U, Epidemiology and Biostatistics 1998 1986 Center for International Development, University of Maryland; United Nations adviser to Al-Azhar University, Cairo 1992 1986 AR Omran, IA Salama. Macroanalytic study of development and fertility: consideration of transition models. Social Biology 33(3-4):259-75. Onaka, Alvin T. 2008-2011 Registrar of Vital Statistics, Hawaii; he is the one who controlled access to Pres. Obama’s birth certificate during the election and controls it at present (2011) 2001 EL Wegner, GP Loos, AT Onaka, D Crowell, Y Li, H Zheng. Changes in the association of low birth weight with socioeconomic status in Hawaii: 1970-1990. Social Biology 48(3-4):196-211 1997 KL Braun, H Yang, AT Onaka, BY Horiuchi. Asian and Pacific Islander mortality differences in Hawaii. Social Biology 44(3-4):213-26 1977 AT Onaka, D Yaukey, A Chevan. Reproductive Time Lost Through Marital Dissolution in Metropolitan Latin America. Social Biology 1977 Background: 2002 “Building on last year’s theme of "9/11: Vital and Health Statistics Lessons Learned," Onaka will be working with Canada, Mexico, the United Nations and the U.S. Government to re-engineer the national and international vital and health statistics systems to be prepared against threats of international terrorism, identity fraud, and the electronic registration of birth and death vital events.” From http://hawaii.gov/health/about/pr/2002/02-43onaka.html Onuigbo, Wilson IB Nigeria 1983 WB Onuigbo. Tracing the brain drain with reprint requests. Social Biology 30:423-425 Opitz* MD, Prof. John M Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1975 U Utah, Eccles Institute of Human Genetics, Adjunct 2009-2011; Medical Genetics, U Wisconsin 1965, 1966 1966 book reviews (2), Eugenics Quarterly 13, 2 (claimed Lejeune retouched chromosome photos, a claim Lejeune denied in note to Eugenics Quarterly 13, 4; Lejuene later became a staunch prolifer 1965 Book review, Eugenics Quarterly 12, 3 Oris, Prof. Michel 2000-(2012) Dept. Economic History, U Geneva, Switzerland (focus on demography); Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012 2005 M Oris, George Alter. Childhood Conditions, Migration, and Mortality: Migrants and Natives in Nineteenth-century Cities. Social Biology 52, 3-4 (research was funded by NIH grant POI AG1831401A1) Oropesa, Prof. R Salvador (Sal)

Pennsylvania State University: Sociology 1990-2004 then Sociology and Demography 2004-2011 and Population Research Institute, 1990-2011 2001 NS Landale, RS Oropesa, Ana Luisa Davila. Poverty, Prenatal Care, and Infant Health in Puerto Rico. Social Biology 48, 1-2 2001 BK Gorman, Nancy S Landale, RS Oropesa. Poverty, Insurance, and Well-Baby Care among Mainland Puerto Rican Children. Social Biology 48(1-2) O’Rourke*, Prof. Dennis K Society for the Study of Social Biology, Member 2003 (from http://www.anthro.utah.edu/PDFs/vitae/DHORcv.pdf), 2010 faculty.utah.edu/bytes/curriculumVitae 1999-(2003) Editor-in-Chief, Human Biology; Program in Evolutionary Anthropology, U Utah 2010 Osborn, Fairfield Member 1956 Population and ecology Osborn*, Frederick Advisory Council 1928-81; Member 1930; Director 1935; sec. 1936; Sec./Treas. 1936-45 (1940 Treas. only); Pres., 1946-52; Secretary 1954-59; Secretary/ Treasurer 1960-68; Treasurer1969-73; Director 1969-72; Member 1974 Pioneer Fund, President 1941-1958 Population Council, Founder 1953, President/VP 1953-59, Staff 1953-69 Behavior Genetics Association, Founder American Eugenics Society President 1946-52 “Eugenic goals are most likely to be achieved under another name than eugenics”. Frederick Osborn 1968 Tuskegee Syphilis Study (Milbank Trustee) An American Dilemma (Consultant) Eugenics Quarterly (Founder/Editor) Population Association of America, President, 1949-50 Speaker, “Race Building in a Democracy”, The organizational meeting for Planned Parenthood 1940 “voluntary unconscious selection” Supremely important in post-war refounding of Society; all his known articles in eugenic publications including articles in the Eugenics Review and in the Eugenical News are in this list Frederick Osborn "reformed" eugenics by proposing that eugenicists conceal their true goal, which was, and is, to control human evolution by limiting marriage and parenthood to the superior stocks. He believed that less than ten percent of the population were worthy to have children. But he proposed that eugenicists never mention their conviction that most children should never have been born. Eugenicists were to assert instead a hypocritical concern for the welfare of the children of the inferior. This is the origin of Planned Parenthood's oft repeated slogan "Every child a wanted child". In reality, the eugenicists hope to manipulate the social and economic climate so that children unwanted by the eugenicists will be miserable and their miserable parents will "spontaneously" cease to want them. Ceasing to have children due to manipulation by eugenicists is called "voluntary unconscious selection" or, in other words, "CHOICE".

This project is laid out in the Galton lecture, "Galton and Mid Century Eugenics" which Osborn delivered in 1956. In discussing "reform eugenics" Osborn generally says that Madison Grant did not have a scientific basis for his theories, which were the Aryan racism of Count Gobineau. And he condemns the "propagandistic eugenics” of the Thirties. But he does not mean that he opposes racism. He means that a scientific basis should be provided for the assertion that white "stock" is better. He means that until the scientific basis has been provided, the propaganda should not begin. Through the Pioneer Fund he supported the work of Audrey Shuey which in 1956 asserted a genetic IQ deficit – the first but not the last of Pioneer Fund recipients to make this assertion. This has continued to be the chief work of the Pioneer Fund. In 1969 Arthur Jensen and others thought that the work of Cyril Burt had provided such a basis. But Burt was shown to be a fraud. In 1992 Pioneer Fund recipients J. P. Rushton, Linda Gottfredson*, and H. J. Eysenck (ES) together with F. J. C. McGurk (AES), and others from the Mankind Quarterly-Aryan-supremacy axis tried again. This campaign is example of how eugenic society members work together for racist purposes without acknowledging their connections. Not acknowledging connections makes them seem like dispassionate scientists from various disciplines who agree because they are speaking truth whereas they are eugenic dogmatists twisting truth. Said one: races which did not struggle with the glaciers in the Ice Age did not develop large brains (Zegura q.v.). Said others: These "r" people have small heads (Hooton and Howell), large sex organs, low IQ's (Univ. of Minnesota/ Pioneer Fund), and criminal tendencies. (J. P. Rushton, Federal Violence Initiative). They should be detected early and aborted or given preventative treatment such as female hormones for the boys, male hormones for the girls (J. Richard Udry, Planned Parenthood, B. Hamburg, D. Hamburg). This kind of combined attack is the “reform eugenics” of Frederick Osborn. 1979 Voyage to a new world, 1889-1979: A personal narrative. Frederick Henry Osborn (self published autobiography) 1974 Frederick Osborn “History of the American Eugenics Society”, Social Biology 21:115-126 Osborn F., Bajema C. (1972). "The eugenic hypothesis". Social Biology 19: 337–345 1965 Frederick Osborn. "Biological Aspects of Social Problems", Eugenics Review 57, p. 182 1963 Frederick Osborn. "Excess and Unwanted Fertility", Eugenics Quarterly 10, 2 1963 Frederick Osborn. "Eugenics and the Races of Man", Eugenics Quarterly 10, p. 103 1960 Frederick Osborn. "A return to the principles of natural selection", Eugenics Quarterly 7, 4 1956 Frederick Osborn. "Galton and MidCentury Eugenics", (Galton Lecture), Eugenics Review 48, 2 on line at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2973667/pdf/eugenrev00041-0023.pdf the social sciences, in which no figure of Galton's stature has appeared since his time … It was on the advancement of these sciences [the social sciences] that Galton based his hopes for an effective eugenics … He would have given his powerful backing to the further advancement of human genetics. He would have been present at the First International Congress of Human Genetics to be held in Copenhagen this summer. He would have urged exhaustive studies on the identification of carriers of harmful recessive genes. He would have supported heredity clinics. … He would have been surprised that we to-day know so little more than he did about the relative contributions of heredity and environment in the development of the subtle differences in the characteristics which distinguish men and women of unusual ability. I think he would have urged that we should not wait till scientific knowledge was complete, but should look for acceptable eugenic policies to put into effect during our own lifetimes … The use of the blood groups in anthropology would have stirred his imagination. The application of the new measures for the selection and training of personnel now so

widely used by governments and in industry would have seemed to him to realize some of the high hopes he expressed … The new methods for gathering objective data on individual and group attitudes and motivations, and their statistical analysis, would have provided him with tools for working on some of the possible applications of science to human affairs- and to human beings … How would he have applied to-day's new knowledge and new circumstances to the major problems of eugenics … We must start, I think, with a premise that would have been new to Galton. The studies made since his time do not indicate major differences in genetic potential for intelligence and the development of personality between any of the large socio-economic groups or between the different races of man… A process of selection based on socio-economic or racial groups, which failed to take into account individual variations within groups, would be impractical because it would not supply enough births for replacement, and unsound because it would miss too many able stocks. … eugenics is not concerned with reducing the birth rate as a whole, a sound process of purely genetic selection would have to reach into every socio-economic and every racial group to seek out the genetically valuable individuals and attempt to increase their rate of births, concurrently with the attempt to reduce births among the less valuable … Today the processes of selection affecting man's higher qualities operate not through deaths, but through differentials in the number of children born to people of different genetic types … My own feeling is that if eugenics is to make any progress in the foreseeable future, we will not only have to drop the idea of assigning genetic superiorities to social or racial groups, but we will even have to stop trying to designate individuals as superior or inferior. To many eugenists this would seem a radical step, almost the abandonment of eugenics. But a little consideration will show that there are means of selection which do not require that we humiliate one half of the individuals who comprise the human race by telling them that they are not as fit as the other half to procreate the next generation 1955 Frederick Osborn. "The Makeup of the Healthy Family", Eugenics Quarterly 2, 2 1955 Frederick Osborn. "Education for Personal and Family Living", Eugenics Quarterly 2, 1 1954 Frederick Osborn. "World Population Conference in Rome sec. B-10, (abstract), Organizer, Frederick Osborn, Eugenics Quarterly 1, 2 1954 Frederick Osborn. "Effect of Birth Control on the Intelligence and Character of Succeeding Generations", Eugenics Quarterly 1, 2 1954 Frederick Osborn. "Origin and Evolution of Man" (Cold Spring Harbor Symposium, Chairman), Eugenics Quarterly 1, 1 1952 Frederick Osborn. "The Eugenic Hypothesis: (i) "Positive Eugenics" Eugenics Review 44, 1 and (ii) Negative Eugenics" Eugenics Review 44, 2 [online at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2975313/]
From Positive Eugenics “Society is even more handicapped if, as at present may well be the case, the next generation is being bred in too large a proportion from parents who have less than average genetic potential for intelligence and for other socially valuable characteristics … It appears that under conditions which at present affect only a small proportion of the population, a eugenic selection of births may actually be taking place, wholly voluntary, the result of a new type of environmental pressures. There is certainly a possibility that these pressures can be given better direction and can be brought to bear on a majority of the population instead of only on a minority. The Eugenic Hypothesis It is possible to develop in the United States a social and economic environment in which individual parents will plan and have children in numbers proportional to the ability of the parents to provide a favourable environment for child nurture and development. Such a situation would also make for a eugenic selection of births, because parents who had the ability to provide a favourable home environment would tend also to possess and pass on a better than average genetic endowment

Negative Eugenics “the eugenic hypothesis assumes that the trend towards a distribution of births which will favour more children being born in the most favourable home environments, and the trend towards passing on to each new generation an improved genetic potential, will be accelerated by social and psychological pressures brought to bear on young people and parents in a society where eugenic requirements are properly understood … if the second assumption of the eugenic hypothesis is correct, namely that parents above the average of their group in socially valuable traits will tend also to be above the average in genetic potential, then the converse must also be true, and couples below the average of their group in socially valuable traits will tend to be below the average in genetic potential … the families which are below the average of their group in intelligence, energy and other socially valuable traits are also below the average of their group in genetic potential for these traits … If under the practical operation of a eugenic programme this group has less than the average number of births, thus decreasing in relative numbers, then the proportion of people with less than average genetic potential for mental, emotional and physical vigour would be decreasing from one generation to another … Given assurance of a trend towards reducing the proportion of " poor " genes among the great majority of normal people, the eugenist could proceed with more confidence to measures for reducing the incidence of the genes for specific and dangerous defects and malformations”

1946 Frederick Osborn. "Eugenics and Modern Life: Retrospect and Prospect," Eugenical News 31, 3 1943 Eugenics After the War: Discussion by Frederick Osborn. Eugenical News, 1943 (1946) 1940 Preface to Eugenics. (revised edition 1951) 1939 Frederick Osborn. "The American Concept of Eugenics," Eugenical News 24 (1939) 1937 Frederick Osborn. "Implications of the new studies in population and psychology for the development of eugenic philosophy," Eugenical News, 22, 62-63 1934 Frederick Osborn*, MA Bigelow*. Eugenics and Social Economic Goals for America. Eugenical News 19, 71-75 Quotes: -- "... at a level somewhat above that of the mentally deficient, there are a substantial number of families among whom employment is irregular, who are constantly on and off relief ... their birth rate is high ... probably as many as half their children result from pregnancies that are not wanted at the time, or ever, by one or both parents ... A reduction in the number of their unwanted children would further both the social and biological improvement of the population" Future of Human Heredity , p. 93-94 -- "People ... won't accept the idea that they are in general, second rate. We must rely on other motivation ... a system of voluntary unconscious selection ... Let's base our proposals on the desirability of having children born in homes where they will get affectionate and responsible care ...(so that eugenics) ... will move at last towards the high goal which Galton set for it." (from Galton lecture by Frederick Osborn ER 1956-57, p. 21-22; also quoted in Obit. by his son in Bulletin of the Eugenic Society, 1981 p. 47) Osborn*, Mrs. Frederick Member 1938, 1956 Osborn* Jr., Mr. Frederick Member 1956 Osborn Sr., Prof. Henry Fairfield Dir. 1923-35; Second International Congress on Eugenics (Pres. 1921) Frederick Osborn’s uncle Osborn*, Mr. John Jay Member 1956, 1974

[1939 JJ Osborn. Fertility Differentials among Princeton Alumni. Journal of Heredity 30:565-567 and Eugenical News 24:79-81] Osborn, Richard W Referee, Social Biology 1977-79 Osborne*, Barbara T Secretary-Treasurer 1981-84; Technical editor, Social Biology 1968-1978, Managing editor, Social Biology 197X-1999; Book Review editor, Social Biology 1999 Osborne*, Prof. Richard Hazelet Member 1956; Director 1962-74, 1981-84, 1986-95 (acc. to WWWIA 1995 but not on SB Board list); Editor: Eugenics Quarterly 1961-1968, Social Biology 1969-1977, 1981-1999; Referee Social Biology 1977, 1978, 1979; Editorial Board, Social Biology 1980 1920-2004; Constitution Laboratory, Columbia U (somatyping) 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 Behavioral Genetics Assn: Chmn., Organizing Cttee, 1st Pres pro tem: "when the American Eugenics Society sponsored the formation of the Behavior Genetics Association … [he] served as President Pro Tem of the fledgling organization", Social Biology Winter 1977, p. 255 The most important Society member after Frederick Osborn died until his own retirement in 1999. His resignation triggered the Society reorganization that took place between 2000 and 2009. 1999 Book Review of his book, The biological and social meaning of race. WH Freeman 1971. A collection of articles from Social Biology. Social Biology 46, 3-4 1999 RH Osborne, Barbara Teachman Osborne. The Founding of the Behavior Genetics Association, 1966-1971. Social Biology 46, 3-4 1982 RH Osborne. Frederick Osborn: humanist. Social Biology 29, 1-2 1972 Discussion: Man's evolutionary future, session V. Social Biology 19, 4 Ostheimer, John M 1982 Political Science, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff 1982 JM Ostheimer, CL Moore. “The correlates of attitudes toward euthanasia” revisited. Social Biology 28 (1-2): 145-9 (refers to 1979 Social Biology article by BK Singh) Otor, Samuel CJ 1998 Department of Environment Foundation, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya 1998 SC Otor, A Pandey. Puberty and the family formation process in Sudan: age-at-menarche differential fecundity hypothesis revisited. Social Biology 45(3-4):246-59. Otten*, Prof. Charlotte Marie Member 1974, 1979 Human Biology Council, Pres. 1977-78 Northern Illinois University, Anthropology 1967-1978 1989 Book Review in Social Biology 36, 1-2 of What is Art For? by Dissanayake 1983 Book review in Social Biology 30, 2 of On the Evolution of Human Behavior: The Argument from Animals to Men by Reynolds Owen*, David R. Member 1974

Owie, Ikponmwosa Faculty Education, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria 1983; PhD candidate, Health Education Indiana U, Bloomington 1980 1983 I Owie. Religious identity and attitudes toward contraceptives among university students in Nigeria. Social Biology 30(1):101-5. Packard*, Mr. Charles E. Member 1956 Randolph Macon College, Virginia 1956 Padeh*, Benjamin Member 1974 Psychology, Bar-Ilan Univ., Ramat-Gan, Israel 1974 Paddock, Elton F 1954 Institute of Genetics, Ohio State University 1954 DC Rife, EF Paddock. The Myth of the Melting Pot: Genetic Variability and Racial Intermixture. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 Pakrasi, Kanti 1987 Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India 1987 K Pakrasi, T Basumallik, S Chowdhury, M Chakraborty. Mentally retarded children of Eastern India: a biosocial study. Social Biology 34:3-4, 206-219 Pakstis, Andrew J Yale U School of Medicine, Genetics, Research Scientist 2007, 2009 1972 AJ Pakstis, S Scarr-Salapatek, RC Elston, R Siervogel. Genetic contributions to morphological and behavioral similarities among sibs and dizygotic twins: Linkages and allelic differences. Social Biology, 19:185-192. Palazzo, Lorella Graduate Student, University of Washington-Seattle, Sociology 2009 (MA candidate in 2000) 2003 L Palazzo, Avery Guest, Gunnar Almgren. Economic distress and cause-of-death patterns for black and non-black men in Chicago: Reconsidering the relevance of classic epidemiological transition theory. Social Biology 50, 1-2 Palloni, Prof. Alberto U Wisconsin-Madison: Sociology (2008-2012) and Center for Demography and Ecology (2008-2012, Director 2012) and Institute on Aging 2012 Northeastern U, Institute of Policy Research, Fellow 2009 (C2S is located in this Institute) Population Council, PDR Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Very significant due to amount of Federal grant money he receives and his influence on studies of Hispanic health 2005 Mary McEniry, AL Davila, A Garcia, Alberto Palloni. The influence of early conditions on health status among elderly Puerto Ricans. Social Biology 52, 3-4 (Research supported by NIA/NIH grants R01 AG16209 (PREHECO) andR01 AG18016 (MHAS) and NICHD/NIH R03 HD37889). (This article was listed

on 2007 CV’s as “Forthcoming in Social Biology” but when published was listed as 2005. This is part of the chaos surrounding the Society re-organization during those years.) 1991 Book Review of The British Fertility Decline: Demographic Transition in the Crucible of the Industrial Revolution by M Teitelbaum*, Social Biology. 1981 A Palloni, R Wyrick. A Mortality Decline in Latin America: Changes in the Structure of Causes of Death: 1950-1975. Social Biology 28: 187-216. 1981 A Palloni. Adjusting Data on Children-Ever-Born for Nonresponse. Social Biology 28: 308-314. Government Money 2010 NICHD 5D43TW001586-10 Palloni, Alberto University Of Wisconsin Madison International Training In Population Health Palm, JD 1954 Dight Institute for Human Genetics, University of Minnesota 1954 SC Reed, EW Reed, JD Palm. Fertility and Intelligence among Families of the Mentally Deficient. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 1 from “Genetic factors affecting intelligence” a Symposium chaired by Frederick Osborn Palmer PhD, Michael R 1987 Pharmacology, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center 1985 MR Palmer. Neurophysiological mechanisms in the genetics of ethanol sensitivity. Social Biology 32:241-254 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] Pampel*, Prof. Fred C. Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, Board of Directors 2007-2011 Class of 2007 Population Program, Institute of Behavioral Science, U Colorado 2009, 2010, 2011 Population Council, PDR DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2011 Fred Pampel. Cohort change, diffusion, and support for gender egalitarianism in cross-national perspective. Demographic Research 25 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 1R24HD066613-01 Pampel, Fred C University of Colorado Boulder The University of Colorado Population Center Pandey, Prof. Arvind Director, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics (IRMS), ICMR, Medical Enclave, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi 2007; International Institute for Population Sciences, Govandi Station Road, Deonar, Bombay, India 1997 1998 SC Otor, A Pandey. Puberty and the family formation process in Sudan: age-at-menarche differential fecundity hypothesis revisited. Social Biology 45(3-4):246-59 1997 SR Rao, A Pandey, KI Shajy. Child mortality in Goa: a cross-sectional analysis. Social Biology 44(12):101-10

Pandey, Richa 2009 Sahara India Medical Institute, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India 2009 RC Yadava, Richa Pandey, AK Tiwari. On the Distribution of the Menstruating Interval. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1 Pang*, Henry Member 1974 Pannain*, Prof. Bruno Member 1969; Italy Parent, Jeffery 1990 Mathematics, Arizona State University, Tucson 1990 D Oakley, J Parent. A scale to measure microbehaviors of oral contraceptive pill use. Social Biology 37:3-43-4, 215-222 Park, J 1976 Behavioral Biology Laboratory, University of Hawaii, Honolulu 1976 RC Johnson, J Park, JC DeFries*, GE McClearn*, MP Mi, MN Rashad, SG Vandenberg, James R Wilson. Assortative marriage for specific cognitive abilities in Korea. Social Biology 23, 311-316 Park, Sunjoo 2012 Urban Studies, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University, Ohio 2012 Sunjoo Park, William M Bowen, Roberta Steinbacher. Social and Demographic Dimensions of Sex Selection Technologies: Review and Analysis of the Research Literature. Biodemography and Social Biology 58, 1 Abstract for Social and Demographic Dimensions of Sex Selection Technologies: “Our results leave little doubt that individual choices and, in some instances, public policies have the potential to bring about significant social and demographic changes on local, national, and international levels.” From http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19485565.2012.672919 Park, Suzy 1967 Zoology, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea 1967 YS Kang, SW Lee, S Park, WK Cho. Color blindness among Korean students. Eugenics Quarterly 14(4):271-3. Park, Kyung Ae 1987 Sociology and Anthropology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh 1987 KA Park, WB Clifford. Sex differentials in cardiovascular mortality: spatial variations in the United States. Social Biology 34, 3-4 Parker*, Ms. Harriet Hyman Member 1956 Ohio State U, human genetics 1956; ASHG, Member 1954 Parolin, Maria Laura Argentina, Biological Anthropology

2009 (Enviado para su publicación a la revista) FR Carnese, SA Avena, ML Parolin, C Dejean. Gene admixture estimation through genetic markers and demographic data in a sample from Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area. Biodemography and Social Biology Parrado PhD, Emilio A University of Pennsylvania: Sociology 2009-2011 and Graduate Group in Demography 2009-2011 and Population Studies Center 2009-2011 (Associate Director 2011); Duke University: Sociology and Center for Demographic Studies 1999-2009 PhD 1997 Chicago; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012 Population Council, PDR 1997 E Parrado, Marta Tienda. Women’s Roles and Family Formation in Venezuela: New Forms of Consensual Unions? Social Biology 44: 1-24. Parrish* Jr., Vestal W. Member 1974 Tulane University, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Applied Health Sciences 1973 Pascasio* MD, Flora M Member 1974 The University of the Philippines College of Medicine, Section of Neurology and Genetics 1976 Paschal*, Mrs. Dorothy Iselin Dir. 1954-56 Financial and personal supporter of WH Sheldon, the founder of somatotyping, a fraud for whom biology was very much destiny. The Sheldon story was exposed by Ron Rosenbaum in the story "The Great Ivy League Nude Posture Photo Scandal". New York Times. 1995-01-15. Background on Constitution Laboratory and WH Sheldon: “Sheldon’s racist views, exposed as early as his master ’s thesis at the University of Colorado entitled “A Comparison of the Intelligence of Mexican and White Children” became increasingly noxious in Varieties of Delinquent Youth where he decried Jews and Italians as “vermin,” called New York a “rather Negrophilic city” and labeled American culture “mongrel,” and “socially chaotic.” “ From “Physique as Destiny: William H. Sheldon, Barbara Honeyman Heath and the Struggle for Hegemony in the Science of Somatotyping” by Patricia Vertinsky online at http://www.cbmh.ca/index.php/cbmh/article/view/928/923 and see Ron Rosenbaum "The Great Ivy League Nude Posture Photo Scandal". New York Times. 1995-01-15. Passel, Jeffrey S Senior Research Associate at the Pew Hispanic Center 2005, 2012; Urban Institute 1997; Census Bureau 1986 1986 JS Passel, PA Berman. Quality of 1980 Census data for American Indians. Social Biology 33, 163182. Pasta, David J DMA Corporation, Palo Alto, California 2010, 2012; Ovations Corp 2008; 1997 Technology Assessment Group; RAND 2010 Warren B. Miller, Joseph Lee Rodgers, David J. Pasta. Fertility Motivations of Youth Predict Later Fertility Outcomes: A Prospective Analysis of National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 1

2008 WM Miller, Susan G Millstein, David J Pasta. The Measurement of Childbearing Motivation in Couples Considering the Use of Assisted Reproductive Technology. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 2002 DJ Pasta, Warren B Miller, Shirley S Feldman. The effect of the nurturant bonding system on child security of attachment and dependency. Social Biology 49 (3-4) 2001 DJ Pasta, WB Miller. Motivational antecedents to contraceptive method change following a pregnancy scare: A couple analysis. Social Biology 48, 1-2 1995 DJ Pasta, WB Miller. How does childbearing affect fertility motivations and desires? Social Biology 42, 3-4 1988 DJ Pasta, Warren B Miller. A model of fertility motivation, desires, and expectations early in women's reproductive careers. Social Biology 35, 3-4 Background: “A guide to RAND authors, who provide objective, quality research on a variety of topics in the public and private sector. Authors whose last names start with 'P' are listed here. … Pasta, David J” from http://www.rand.org/pubs/authors/p/ “Technology Assessment Group is an international health outcomes assessment firm that specialises in patient registries and in evaluating the economic, quality-of-life and clinical effects of drug therapies and disease management programs” from www.prnewswire.co.uk/cgi/news/ Pasternak*, Prof. Jack J Member (Foreign) 1974 Biology, Univ. of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 1974-(2012), Emeritus; U Toronto, BA Patmios, Georgianne Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 2011-2012 Division of Behavioral and Social Research (BSR aka DBSR), National Institute on Aging (NIA), NIH; Program Officer, Assistant Director (2011) [see http://www.nia.nih.gov/about/staff/] NIA staff contact for 13 NIA Aging Centers funded by BSR 2011 NIA/BSR staff contact, NHATS, National Health and Aging Trends Study Pavgi, Suhas D 2012 World Bank; 1985 U California-Riverside, MBA 1988 JB Pick, EW Butler, S Pavgi. Socioeconomic determinants of fertility: selected Mexican regions, 1976-1977. Social Biology 35(1-2):137-57 Pawson, Ivan G UCSF, Dept. Epidemiology and International Health, Medical Anthropology Program 1984; G. W. Hooper Foundation, University of California, San Francisco 1978 1978 CA Weitz, IG Pawson, MV Weitz, SD Lang, A Lang. Cultural Factors Affecting the Demographic Structure of a High Altitude Nepalese Population. Social Biology 25(3): 179-195 Paydarfar, Ali A 2001 School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 2001 AA Paydarfar, H Malekafzali. Sociodemographic attributes of Iranian wives who reported unwanted pregnancies. Social Biology 48(1-2):105-24

1995 AA Paydarfar. Effects of multi-family housing on marital fertility in Iran: population policy implications, Social Biology 42(3–4): 214–225 1975 AA Paydarfar. Sociocultural correlates of fertility among tribal, rural, and urban populations in Iran, Social Biology 22(2):151-66. Pearson, Jay D 1990 Physiology, J.A. Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii-Manoa, Honolulu 1990 JM Hanna, MH Fitzgerald, JD Pearson, A Howard. Selective migration from Samoa: a longitudinal study of pre-migration differences in social and psychological characteristics. Social Biology 37(34):204-14 Pebley, Prof. Anne R UCLA: Sociology 2012 and School of Public Health, Community Health Sciences 2009-2012 and California Center for Population Research 2009-2012 (Director 2011-2012); Population Council Board of Trustees 2009, 2012; Office of Population Research, Princeton University 1986; School of Urban and Public Affairs, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1981 1986 A Pebley, Noreen Goldman*. Legalization of Consensual Unions in Mexico. Social Biology 33(3-4): 199-213. 1981 N Goldman*, Anne Pebley. Legalization of Consensual Unions in Latin America. Social Biology 28: 49-61 1981 James Trussell, D Bloom, Anne R Pebley. Correcting Contraceptive Failure Rates for Sample Composition and Sample Selection Bias. Social Biology 28(3-4): 293-298 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE AR Pebley, Elena Hurtado, Noreen Goldman*. Understanding Beliefs about Illness among Rural Guatemala Women. Journal of Biosocial Science 31, pp 195-219. Government Money: 2012 NICHD 2R24HD041022-11 PEBLEY, ANNE California Center For Population RESEARCH (CCPR) at UCLA 2011 NICHD 5R01HD051764-05 Pebley, Anne R University of California Los Angeles Social Disparities in Health among Latinos 2010 NICHD 5R01HD051764-04 Pebley, Anne R University of California Los Angeles Social Disparities in Health among Latinos And 2010 NICHD 5R01HD058514-03 Pebley, Anne R University of California Los Angeles Neighborhood and Family Effects on Disparities in Chronic Disease And 2010 NICHD

5R24HD041022-10 Pebley, Anne R University of California - Los Angeles California Center for Population Research Pedersen, Nancy L Karolinska Institute, Sweden 1995, 2009, 2011 and Pennsylvania State University: Center for Developmental and Health Genetics, College of Health and Human Development 1995 and Center on Population Health and Aging 2009; U Minnesota, Psychology 1990 1997 P Lichtenstein, NL Pedersen. Does genetic variance for cognitive abilities account for genetic variance in educational achievement and occupational status? A study of twins reared apart and twins reared together. Social Biology 44(1-2):77-90. Pelias*, Prof. Mary Z Society for the Study of Social Biology, Member 1985-(2009) from http://www.medschool.lsuhsc.edu/genetics/faculty/pelias_cv.pdf 2011 Louisiana State U School of Medicine, Genetics (Emeritus) Government and Eugenics: Pelias serves on these: • Louisiana State Genetics Program Advisory Committee, 1998 - present • Louisiana State Department of Health and Hospitals, Institutional Review Board, April, 1999 - present • Louisiana Birth Defects Registry Legislative Task Force, 1999 - present Pendleton, Prof. Brian F U Akron, Sociology 1978-2011; Iowa State U 1979 1998 Lawrence Kannae, Brian F Pendleton. Socioeconomic status and the use of family planning among Ghanaian Government Workers. Social Biology 45(1-2):113-133 1980 Shu-O W Yang, Brian F Pendleton. Socioeconomic development and mortality declines in lessdeveloped countries. Social Biology 27:220-229 1979 HC Chang, Richard D Warren, Brian F Pendleton. Testing and clarifying a macro model of socioeconomic change and fertility. Social Biology 29:30-59. 1976 Brian F Pendleton. A conceptual model for the identification, organization, and measure of influence of fertility policies and programs. Social Biology 23:326-340 Pendleton, WW Referee, Social Biology 1978, 1979 Peng, JY 1964 Maternal and Child Health Institute, Taiwan 1964 JY Takeshita, JY Peng, and PКС Liu. A Study of the Effectiveness of the Pre-pregnancy Health Program in Taiwan. Eugenics Quarterly 11:222-33 Pennington, Renee 1986 MA Pennsylvania State U, Anthropology, student of HC Harpending, MA Thesis: Environment and fertility: a model for the Chanzi and Ngamiland !Kung 1991 R Pennington, Henry C Harpending. The effect of infertility on the population structure of the Herero and Mbanderu of Ngamiland. Social Biology 38:127–139

Penny*, Charles M. Member 1956 Pepion, Donald D New Mexico State U, Anthropology 2000- 2011 1990 CW Warren, HI Goldberg, L Oge, D Pepion, JS Friedman, S Helgerson, EM La Mere. Assessing the reproductive behavior of on- and off-reservation American Indian females: characteristics of two groups in Montana. Social Biology 37(1-2):69-83 Perkins, Audree L 1962 Genetics, Oregon Regional Primate Research, Center, Beaverton 1962 RL Tips, DL Meyer, AL Perkins. The dynamics of genetic counseling. Eugenics Quarterly 9:237-40. Perkins*, Muriel E. Member 1974 Perrin*, Prof. Edward B. Member 1969, 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1975 Georgetown U; NIH, Health Statistics; Carolina Population Center 1964 Workshop Conference between Demographers and Geneticists, Princeton 1964 Perzigian*, Prof. Anthony J. Member 1974 University of Cincinnati, Anthropology, Ohio 1974, 2009-2011 Peters, Prof. John F Wilfred Laurier U, Anthropology, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 1980 JF Peters. The Shirishana of the Yanomama: A Demographic Study, Social Biology 27, 1:272-85 1974 JF Peters. Demography of the Shirishana. Social Biology 21(1):58-69. See also Salzano, Chagnon, Neel who are both on this list and note the extremely conflicting estimates of fertility summarized in The origins of Native Americans: evidence from anthropological genetics Michael H. Crawford, p. 75 Peterson, Prof. Evan T 1977 Sociology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 1977 ET Peterson, PR Kunz. Family Size, birth order and academic achievement. Social Biology 24, 2 Summer 1973 PR Kunz, ET Peterson. Family size and academic achievement of persons enrolled in high school and university. Social Biology 20:454-9 Peterson MA, Christine

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1994 Christine Peterson, Julie Da Vanzo, Jeff, Sine, John Haaga. Reversal of the Decline in Breastfeeding in Peninsular Malaysia? Ethnic and Educational Differentials and Data Quality Issues. Social Biology 41, 1-2, Also available as RAND Reprint RP-359 Peterson*, William Member 1974; Eugenics Quarterly/Social Biology: Book reviewer 1970, Referee 1979 Ohio State University, Sociology, Emeritus 1980 Pettigrew, Thomas F 1964 Harvard University 1964 Race, Mental Illness, and Intelligence: A Social Psychological View. Eugenics Quarterly 11, 4 Pham, San Bich 1996 Institute of Sociology, 27 Tran Xuan Soan Street, Hanoi, Vietnam 1996 John A Ross, SB Pham. Unmet need for contraception in Vietnam: Who needs what and when? Social Biology 44 (1-2) Philippe*, Pierre Member 1974; Canadian 1988 Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1988 P Philippe. Selection intensities in mothers of twins and in mothers of singletons. Social Biology 35(3-4):285-92 1981 P Philippe. Twinning and the Changing Pattern of Breast Feeding: a possible relationship in a small rural population. Social Biology 28, 3-4 1980 P Philippe. Longevity: Some Familial Correlates. Social Biology 27, 3 Philliber – see SO Gustavus Phillips, James F Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health 2007-2011; Population Council 1972-1975, 1980-2009 and International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1989 1989 A I Chowdhury, James F Phillips. Analysis of motivation to contraceptive use applying the weighting procedure. Social Biology 36(3-4): 279-283. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1989 AI Chowdhury, James F Phillips. Predicting contraceptive use in Bangladesh: A logistic regression analysis, Journal of Biosocial Science 21(2): 161-168. Phipps, Sean 1986 Psychology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 1981 Mourning response and intervention in stillbirth: an alternative genetic counseling approach. Social Biology 28:1-13 Picciano*, Dante Member 1974 NIH, National Institute of Mental Health, Molecular Hematology Branch 1974 Piccinino, Linda J

Abt Associates 2001 L Williams, L Piccinino, J Abma, F Arguillas. Pregnancy wantedness: Attitude stability over time. Social Biology 48(3-4):212-233 Background: “Since 2005, the Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up the DiMPA Network, a successful branded network of Obstetrics and Gynecology and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services with a focus on providing the Depot Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (DMPA) 3-month injectable contraceptive … USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, Office of Population and Reproductive Health has awarded an Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC) to Abt Associates and five other consortia…” from http://www.abtassociates.com/ Pick, Prof. James B U California-Irvine: Sociology and Center for Demographic and Social Analysis 2009 and Redlands University, Professor of Business 1998 JB Pick, EW Butler. Demographic, social, and economic effects on Mexican causes of death in 1990. Social Biology 45(3-4):151-71 1993 JB Pick, Edgar W Butler, Raul G Ramirez. Projection of the Mexican National Labor Force, 19802005. Social Biology 40(3-4):161-90 1989 JB Pick, Glenda L Tellis, Edgar W Butler. Fertility Determinants in the Oil Region of Mexico. Social Biology 36 (1-2:45-66) 1988 James B Pick, Edgar W Butler, Suhas Pavgi. Socioeconomic Determinants Of Fertility: Selected Mexican Regions, 1976-1977. Social Biology, 35 (1-2): 137-157. 1977 JB Pick. Correlates of fertility and mortality in low-migration standard metropolitan statistical areas. Social Biology 24(1):69-83 Pietraczyk, Linda M 1979 Sociology, California State University, Hayward 1979 SF Hartley, LM Pietraczyk. Preselecting the sex of offspring: technologies, attitudes, and implications. Social Biology 26(3):232-46 Pilbeam, David 1972 Anthropology, Yale University 1972 D Pilbeam. Adaptive response of hominids to their environment as ascertained by fossil evidence. Social Biology 19(2):115-27. Pillai PhD, Prof. Vijayan K. Referee, Social Biology U Texas-Arlington, School of Social Work 2009; U Zambia, Social Development Studies 1986 Pilpel, Harriet ASHG, Member 1954 1971 H Pilpel. Family Planning and the Law, Social Biology 18, Supplement 127-S133. (Ginsburg) Pinchot*, Governor Gifford (General Cttee, Second International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1921); Advisory Council 1927-35 Governor of Pennsylvania 1923-27 & 1931-35

An example of a “progressive” who supported eugenics before World War II Pineda, Maria Antonieta Asociacion Probienstar de la Familia, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 1981 1987, Head, Evaluation Unit 1987 1981 R Santiso, MA Pineda, M Marroquín, JT Bertrand. Vasectomy in Guatemala: a follow-up study of five hundred acceptors. Social Biology 28(3-4):253-64 Pinhey, Prof. Thomas K U Hawaii-Hilo, Sociology 2001-2009; U Guam, Micronesian Area Research Center 1998 2002 Thomas K Pinhey. A research note on body mass, physical aggression, and the competitiveness of Asian-Pacific Islander adolescents in Guam. Social Biology 49(1-2):90-8. [Funded by Guam Dept. Youth Affairs and CDC, Atlanta] Pingle, Urmila India 1983 Urmila Pingle. Comparative analysis of mating systems and marriage distance patterns in five tribal groups of Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 30: 67-74. Pinto-Cisternas, Juan Laboratorio de Gen tica Humana, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Cientificas, Caracas, Venezuela 1977; Departamento de Biología, Universidad de Chile, Valparaiso 1971 1979 J Pinto-Cisternas, G Zei, A Moroni. Consanguinity in Spain 1911-43: general methodology, behavior of demographic variables, and regional differences. Social Biology 26 55-71 1978 B Lazo, C Campusano, H Figueroa, J Pinto-Cisternas, E Zambra. Inbreeding and immigration in urban and rural zones of Chile, with an endogamy index. Social Biology 25(3):228-34, 1978 Pinto-Cisternas J, Lazo B, Campusano C, and Ballesteros S, Some determinants of mating structure in a rural zone of Chile, 1810-1959. Social Biology 24(3):234-44, 1977 1971 J Pinto-Cisternas, C Salinas, C Campusano, H Figueroa, B Lazo. Preliminary migration data on a population of Valparaíso, Chile. Social Biology 18(3):305-10, 1971 Sep 1970 B Lazo, H Figueroa, C Salinas, C Campusano, J Pinto-Cisternas. Consanguinity in the province of Valparaiso, Chile, 1917-1966. Social Biology 17, 167-179 Planansky* MD (Prague), Karel Member 1974 1962, 1974, 1978 Psychiatrist, Veterans Hospital, Canandaigua, New York; 1952 New York State Psychiatric Institute (worked with Kallmann); ASHG, Member 1954 Plato*, Chris C. Member 1974 National Institute on Aging (NIA/NIH), Gerontology Research Center, Baltimore City Hospitals, Baltimore, Maryland 1972-(1992); Cons.: Center Human Growth and Development, Univ. Michigan 1975-(1992), Center Demography and Population Genetics, Univ. of Texas, Houston 1978-(1992); Pless MD, Prof. Ivan Barry Director, Community Pediatric Research Program, Pediatrics, McGill University 1975-(2009) and Pediatrics, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University 1978- (2009) 1973 A Fine, IB Pless. Family planning and population control. Social Biology 20(4):416-20

Plomin*, Prof. Robert Dir. 1993-95 2009 Study called TEDS of all twins born in England during the period 1994 to 1996, focusing on developmental delays in early childhood and their association with behavioural problems Institute of Psychiatry: MRC Research Professor in Behavioral Genetics, London England and Deputy Director, Social, Genetic and Development Psychiatry Center 1994-2011; Pennsylvania State U, Center for Developmental and Health Genetics 1986-1994; Institute for Behavioral Genetics, U Colorado 19741986; 1974 PhD U Texas-Austin 1985 JR Wilson, R Plomin*. Individual differences in sensitivity and tolerance to alcohol. Social Biology 32(3-4):162-184 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] 1979 H Ho, R Plomin, JC DeFries. Selective placement in adoption. Social Biology 26, 1-6 Plough*, Prof. Harold H. Member 1956; (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932); (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) Biological Lab, Amherst College, Massachusetts 1932, 1938, 1956; ASHG, Member 1954 Pohlman PhD, Prof. Edward Referee, Social Biology 1975 Psychology, School of Education, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California 1961-1995, Emeritus 2002 Carolina Population Center 1971 1968 E Pohlman. The timing of first births: a review of effects. Eugenics Quarterly 15(4):252-63 1967 E Pohlman. Some effects of being able to control sex of offspring. Eugenics Quarterly 14(4):27481. 1967 E Pohlman. Unwanted Conception, Research on Undesirable Consequences. Eugenics Quarterly 14:143 1966 E Pohlman. Mobilizing social pressures toward small families. Eugenics Quarterly 13(2):122-7 (“The investigations upon which this manuscript is based were supported by the Planned Parenthood Federation of America”, note in article) 1965 E Pohlman. A Note on Osborn’s “Excess and Unwanted Fertility”. Eugenics Quarterly 12,3 1965 E Pohlman. "Wanted" and "Unwanted": Toward Less Ambiguous Definition. Eugenics Quarterly 12:19-27. (funded by Planned Parenthood Federation of America and World Population Emergency Committee) 1965 E Pohlman. Results of Unwanted Conceptions: Some Hypotheses up for Adoption. Eugenics Quarterly 12:11-8. (funded by Planned Parenthood Federation of America and World Population Emergency Committee) Poindexter, John R Pennsylvania State University: Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology 1983, 1986 and Population Issues Research Center 1986 1986 WA Schutjer, CS Stokes, JR Poindexter Why not use contraception? Economics of fertility regulation among rural Egyptian women Social Biology 33, 3-4, 214-228 Pol, Louis Reviewer, Social Biology Marketing, University of Nebraska-Omaha (1987-1988), 1990-(2011) Graduate, Center for Demography & Population Health (formerly Center for the Study of Population), Florida State University

1989 Louis Pol, Bun Song Lee. The Effect of Marital Dissolution on Fertility in Cameroon. Social Biology 35:293-306 1983 Louis Pol. Childlessness: a panel study of expressed intentions and reported fertility. Social Biology 30(3):318-27 Polesky, Herbert F Minneapolis War Memorial Blood Bank 1982, 1984 1973 D Rokala, HF Polesky. Demographic and Genetic Structures of Reservation Populations. 1. The Greater Leech Lake (Ojibwa) Reservation. Social Biology 20, 4 Pollitzer*, William S Member 1974; Dir. 1980-84 Human Biology Council/Association, President 1987-88; ASHG, Member 1954 1983 Book review. Social Biology 30, 3 of Ethology: The Mechanisms and Evolution of Behavior 1979 Book Review. Social Biology 26, 3 Wrote on the Gullah Polonko, Prof. Karen Sociology, Old Dominion University, Virginia 1999-(2009) 1977 P Cutright, K Polonko. Areal structure and rates of childlessness among American wives in 1970. Social Biology 24(1):52-61 Popenoe, Paul Bowman Director 1923-54; Member 1930, 1956, 1974 Birth Control Federation of America, Advisory Council 1939; Citizens Committee for Planned Parenthood 1939 ; ASHG, Member 1954 1945 PB Popenoe. Toward an American Population Policy. Eugenical News 30 1939 PB Popenoe. Eugenics and Family Relations. Eugenical News 25 [1930 Sterilization for Human Betterment a summary of results of 6,000 operations in California, 19091929, w/ E Gosney, New York, Macmillan, (Human Betterment Foundation, California), translated into German and Japanese 1918 Applied Eugenics, w/ Roswell Johnson q.v. (New York, Macmillan), trans. into German and Japanese] On the Nazis: [1934] Germany is: "proceeding toward a policy that will accord with the best thoughts of eugenicists in all countries.", Paul Popenoe, "The German Sterilization Law", Journal of Heredity, v. 25, 1934 quoted in Who Should Play God?, Ted Howard and Jeremy Rifkin, 1977, p. 72 Popkin. Barry M Referee, Social Biology 1980 Post*, Peter W Member 1974 Dermatology Division, Cornell University Medical College 1979; Ohio State University, Chemistry 1980 1979 PW Post, Sandra Scarr, DC Rao. Effect of Skin Color on Self Esteem. Social Biology 26, 1 Post*, Richard H

Member 1956; Director 1963-March 1972 Life Member, American Society of Human Genetics 1954 University of Michigan Medical School, Human Genetics 1965, 1966, 1971 1982 RH Post. Breast cancer, lactation, and genetics. Social Biology 29:357-386 1982 RH Post. Population differences in visual acuity: A review, with speculative notes on selection relaxation. Social Biology, 29, 319–343 1969 RH Post. Population differences in tear duct size. Implications of relaxed selection. Social Biology 16(4):257-69 1966 RH Post. Notes on the Third International Congress of Human genetics. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 4 1966 RH Post. Pilot study: population differences in the frequency of spina bifida occulta. Eugenics Quarterly 13(4):341-52. (study funded by American Eugenics Society) 1966 RH Post. Deformed Nasal Septa and Relaxed Selection. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 2 1966 RH Post. Breast Cancer, Lactation and Genetics. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 1 1965 RH Post. Jews, genetics and disease. Eugenics Quarterly 12(3):162-4. 1965 RH Post. Eugenics and the I.U.C.D.'S. Eugenics Quarterly 12:112-3. 1965 RH Post. “Genetics and Demography: Summary of ‘Workshop Conference’ between Demographers and Population Geneticists, under the Auspices of the American Eugenics Society, October 16-17, 1964, Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey. Eugenics Quarterly 12: 42-71 1965 RH Post. Selection against "Colorblindness" among "Primitive" Populations. Eugenics Quarterly 12:28-9 1964 RH Post. Appraisals of Civilized Man and Savage. Eugenics Quarterly 11:168-9. 1963 JV Neel, RH Post. Transitory "positive" selection for colorblindness? Eugenics Quarterly 10:33-5 1963 RH Post. "Colorblindness" and Relaxed Selection. Eugenics Quarterly 10:84-5. 1962 RH Post. Population differences in vision acuity: a review, with speculative notes on selection relaxation. Eugenics Quarterly 9:189-212. 1962 RH Post. Population Differences in Red and Green Color Vision Deficiency: A Review and a Query on Selection Relaxation. Eugenics Quarterly 9, 3 (and correction v. 12, 1, 1965) Poston*, Prof. Dudley L Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, Board 2007-2011 Class of 2007; Editorial Board 2008-2009; Referee, Social Biology 1980 Texas A&M, Sociology 1992-2010 a liberal Catholic Population Council, PDR Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Forthcoming Sherry L. McKibben, Dudley L. Poston, Jr. “The Influence of Age at Menarche on the Fertility of Chinese Women.” Social Biology forthcoming 2005/2006 acc to CV but this article appeared in “Social Biology 50(3-4):222-37 2003 Autumn-Winter” showing how far behind the journal had fallen. This is relevant to the Society reorganization. 1997 DL Poston, Jr., B Gu, PP Liu, and T McDaniel. "Son Preference and the Sex Ratio at Birth in China." Social Biology 44, 1-2: 55-76. 1996 (published June 1997) G. Kaufman, DL Poston, Jr., TA Hirschl and JM Stycos. Teenage Sexual Attitudes in China. Social Biology 43, 3-4 1990 DL Poston, Jr. Voluntary and Involuntary Childlessness Among Catholic and Non-Catholic Women: Are the Patterns Converging? Social Biology 37: 251-265. 1989 DL Poston, Jr.*, RM Cullen. The Propensity of White Women in the United States to Adopt Children. Social Biology 36 (Fall-Winter): 167-185.

1988 DL Poston, Jr., RG Rogers*. Development and Childlessness in the States and Territories of Brazil. Social Biology 35 Fall-Winter:267-284. 1986 DL Poston, Jr.*, RG Rogers*. Comments on the Conceptual Treatment of Neonatal Mortality. Social Biology 33 (Fall-Winter, 1986):327-328. 1986 DL Poston*, RM Cullen. Log-linear analyses of patterns of adoption behavior U.S. white women, 1982, 1976, and 1973. Social Biology 33(3-4):241 - 258 1985 DL Poston, Jr.*, R Rogers*. Toward a Reformulation of the Neonatal Mortality Rate. Social Biology 32, 1 1983 DL Poston, Jr.*, KB Kramer. Voluntary and Involuntary Childlessness in the United States, 19551973. Social Biology 30 (Fall):290-306. 1977 DL Poston, Jr.*, E Gotard. Trends in Childlessness in the United States, 1910-1975. Social Biology 24 (Fall):212-234. 1976 DL Poston, Jr.* Characteristics of Voluntarily and Involuntarily Childless Wives. Social Biology 23 (September):198-209. 1974 DL Poston, Jr.* Income and Childlessness: Is the Relationship Always Inverse? Social Biology 21, 3 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1986 DL Poston*, MY Yu. The one-child family: international patterns and their implications for the People's Republic of China. Journal of Biosocial Science 18(3):305-10 1985 DL Poston*, MY Yu. Quality of life, intellectual development and behavioural characteristics of single children in China: evidence from a 1980 survey in Changsha, Hunan Province. Journal of Biosocial Science 17(2):127-36. 1983 DL Poston, KB Kramer, K Trent, MY Yu. Estimating voluntary and involuntary childlessness in the developing countries. Journal of Biosocial Science 15(4):441-52. DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2010 Dudley L. Poston, Jr., Amanda Baumle. Patterns of Asexuality in the United States. Demographic Research 23, 18 Pottenger*, Mrs. Flora Member 1956 Potter*, Robert Gray Member 1956; Referee, Social Biology 1975 Brown U, Sociology 1979, 1983, 1985; International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF): (Field Trials Sub-Committee 1961-62, Evaluation Sub-Committee 1962-64); Office of Population Research, Princeton University 1956; Population Council, PDR 1984 SE Findley, RG Potter*, TW Findley. Alternative strategies of fetal sex diagnoses and sex preselection. Social Biology 31(1-2):120-39. 1983 RG Potter*, D Abowitz, FE Kobrin. Fertility effects of isolated spouse separations in relation to their timing. Social Biology 30(3):279-89. 1979 Charles Mode, RG Potter*, MG Soyka, RC Avery. Measuring Potential Fertility through Null Segments--an Exploratory Analysis. Social Biology 26:314 -329, 1979 1971 RG Potter. Inadequacy of a One-Method Family Planning Programme. Social Biology 18, 1 (Contraception requires abortion) 1968 RG Potter*, JM Sakoda, WE Feinberg. Variable fecundability and the timing of births. Eugenics Quarterly 15(3):155-63

1963 RG Potter*, CF Westoff*, PC Sagi. Delays in conception: A discrepancy re-examined. Eugenics Quarterly 10, 2 1955 Charles F Westoff, EG Mishler, RG Potter Jr.*, Clyde V Kiser. A New Study of American Fertility: Social and Psychological Factors. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 4 Potter Jr., RH Referee, Social Biology 1979, 1980 Potts**, David Malcolm (aka Malcolm Potts) Eugenics Society (England); see Carolina Population Institute spinoffs; founder, several English abortion clinics; Population Council, PDR 2010 Director, Global Research Training in Population and Health in Nigeria, Center for Global Public Health, Berkeley University (funded by the John Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in Health Sciences, NIH) JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1973 Biosocial aspects of life in Britain. Reproduction and its control. Journal of Biosocial Science 5(2):229-41 Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5D43TW007696-05 Potts, Malcolm University Of California Berkeley UC Berkeley Global Research Training in Population and Health in Nigeria Poulain. Michel 2012 F.N.R.S. - IACCHOS, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium; 2012 Estonian Institute for Population Studies, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonian 2011 Luisa Salarisa, Michel Poulain, Thomas T Samaras. Height and Survival at Older Ages among Men Born in an Inland Village in Sardinia (Italy), 1866–2006 Biodemography and Social Biology 58, 1 2011 Michel Poulain. Exceptional Longevity in Okinawa: A Plea for In-depth Validation. Demographic Research 25, 7 Powell-Griner PhD, Eve National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: 1990-2010, Chief, Data Analysis and Quality Assurance Branch, Division of Health Interview Statistics 2009; Coordinator for the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Behavioral Surveillance Branch Division of Adult and Community Health National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Note carefully that “health interview” and “behavioral surveillance” is the same thing at CDC. 1991 WD Mangold, E Powell-Griner. Race of parents and infant birthweight in the United States. Social Biology 38(1-2):13-27. Background: Behavioral Surveillance Behaviors such as cigarette smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and physical inactivity are major contributors to chronic disease- and injury-related morbidity and mortality in the United States. Preventive health practices such as cholesterol screening, mammography, and proctoscopy can help identify early stages of chronic diseases (e.g., heart disease, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer), thereby reducing death rates from these leading causes of death among the U.S. adult population.

Increasing the use of screening for chronic diseases and reducing high-risk behaviors are among the year 2000 national health objectives (1). The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) is a continuous, state-based surveillance system that collects information about modifiable risk factors for chronic diseases and other leading causes of death. This system is used to measure achievement toward both the national health objectives (1) and specific state objectives. This report, the latest in a series that summarizes yearly BRFSS data, presents state- and sex-specific data for 1994 and 1995 concerning a) risk factors for chronic diseases; b) risk factors for injury; c) awareness of certain medical conditions associated with increased risk for developing chronic diseases; d) screening practices related to cardiovascular diseases and cancer of the cervix, breast, and colon; e) vaccinations; and f) lack of health-care coverage (which is often a prerequisite for access to clinical preventive health services). The use, history, and rationale of the BRFSS have been previously described (2,3). In 1994, all states * except Rhode Island participated in the BRFSS, and in 1995, the District of Columbia did not participate (Appendix B). The data collected in 1994 and 1995 are presented separately; statistical comparisons between the 2 years of data were not made. From “State-and Sex-Specific Prevalence of Selected Characteristics -- Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 1994 and 1995”, an 1997 article co-authored by E Powell-Griner at http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00048737.htm Other similar articles State-Specific Prevalence of Selected Health Behaviors, by Race and Ethnicity -- Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 1997 http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/ss4902a1.htm Powers, Prof. Daniel A Ad hoc reviewer for Social Biology University of Texas at Austin: Dept. Sociology 1991-2011 and Population Research Center 1991-2011; PhD 1991 U Wisconsin Madison Prabakaran, B India 1998 S Sureender, B Prabakaran, AG Khan. Mate selection and its impact on female marriage age, pregnancy wastages, and first child survival in Tamil Nadu, India. Social Biology 45: 289-301 Pratt*, Elsie Seelye Member 1930, 1956 Pratto, David J 1977 Sociology, University of North Carolina, Greensboro 1977 DF Mitchell, DJ Pratto. Social class, familism, interest in children, and childbearing: a preliminary test of a "commitment" model of fertility. Social Biology 24(1):17-30. Presser, Prof. Harriet B Referee, Social Biology 1978, 1979 U Maryland, Sociology 2009-2011 Population Association of America, President, 1989 Population Council, PDR 1978 Harriet Presser. Age at Menarche, Socio-Sexual Behavior, and Fertility. Social Biology 25:94. Preston*, Prof. Samuel Hulse Member 1974, 2011; Dir. 1987-92; Referee, Social Biology 1977, 1978, 1980

United Nations (UN), Chief, Population Structure Section 1977-79 Univ. Pennsylvania: Population Studies Center: 1982-2011. Director, 1982-89, 1996-1997 and Sociology 1979-2011 and Population Aging Research Center, Director 1994-1997 2009 NBER Economics of Aging Program; Population Council, Population and Development Review, advisory committee 2011 Population Association of America, President, 1984 Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 1991 SH Preston.* Mean Age and Life Expectancy at Birth in Stationary Populations: Comment. Social Biology 38(1-2), 154 1974 SH Preston.* Demographic and Social Consequences of Various Causes of Death in the United States. Social Biology 21, 2 1969 SH Preston.* Mortality Differentials by Social Class and Smoking Habit. Social Biology 16, 4:28089. Prewitt*, Prof. Ken (or Pruitt) Director 1982-87 Rockefeller Foundation, Senior vice-president 1985-1995, i.e., during the period he was a eugenics society director Columbia U, School of International and Public Affairs 2002- (2011), Columbia Population Research Center 2009-2011 Director, Census 2000 (1998-2001) Social Science Research Council, President (1979-1985), (1995-1998) Director, National Opinion Research Center (1976-1989) Population Council, PDR Price*, Mr. and Mrs. Bronson Members 1956 ASHG: Board of Directors 1949, Member 1954 Price, JS UK 1971 JS Price, E Slater, EH Hare. Marital status of first admissions to psychiatric beds in England and Wales in 1965 and 1966. Social Biology 18:S74-94. 1971 Eliot Slater (ES), EH Hare, J Price. Marriage and fertility of psychotic patients compared to national data. Social Biology, 18 (Suppl.):60-73, 1971. Price, Prof. R Arlen Professor, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania 2009-2011 Kidd Lab, Yale U School of Medicine 1981 RA Price, KH Chen, LL Cavalli-Sforza, Marcus W Feldman. Models of Spouse Influence and their Application to Smoking-Behavior. Social Biology 28 (1-2): 14-29 Prout, T 1977 FJ Ayala, T Prout. Theodosius Dobzhansky: 1900-1975. Social Biology 23:101-7 These two men worked with Dobzhansky so that their obit is meaningless as an indication of their membership in the Society Pruzansky*, Prof. Samuel Member 1974

Univ. of Illinois, Chicago, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine (Dir., Center for Craniofacial Anomalies 1968-(1979) Pryer, Jane A. 2003 Research Fellow, Royal Free and University Medical School, University College, London, UK and Visiting Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute, 2033 K St. Washington, DC 2003 Jane A Price, Stephen Rogers, Ataur Rahman. Factors Affecting Nutritional Status in Female Adults in Dhaka Slums, Bangladesh. Social Biology 50, 3-4 Pullum, Prof. Thomas W Referee, Social Biology 1979 University of Texas at Austin: Population Research Center 2009-2010 and Dept. Sociology 2009-2010, Emeritus 2011 Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 1975 SJ Williams, TW Pullum. The effectiveness of abortion as birth control. Social Biology 22: 23-33 Journal of Biosocial Science 1986 TW Pullum, IH Shah, M Irfan. Fertility in Pakistan during the 1970s. Journal of Biosocial Science 18(2):215-29 Purcell, Francis P 1966 Graduate School of Education, Rutgers 1966 FP Purcell, M Hillson. The disadvantaged child: a product of the culture of poverty, his education, and his life chances. Eugenics Quarterly 13(3):179-85. Purifoy, Frances E 1981 Anthropology and Mathematics and Statistics, University of New Mexico 1979 FE Purifoy, LH Koopmans. Androstenedione, Testosterone, and Free Testosterone Concentration in Women of Various Occupations. Social Biology 26(3):179-88 Putnam*, Dr. Helen C. Member 1930, 1946; (Supporting Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932); (Member, Eugenics Research Association 1938) Pueschel MD, Siegfried M (or Sigfried) Rhode Island Hospital Child Development Center, Providence 1977, 1985; Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston 1974 1985 SM Pueschel. Maternal phenylketonuria. Social Biology 32(1-2):31-44. Pyke**, Margaret Eugenics Society (England) Chairman, Family Planning Association 1956 Population Planning in Great Britain. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 3 Quaid, Kimberly 1987 Johns Hopkins, Psychology 1986 G Chase, RR Faden, NA Holtzman, AJ Chwalow, CO Leonard, C Lopes, K Quaid. Assessment of risk by pregnant women: Implications for genetic counseling and education. Social Biology 33:57-64 Radecki, Stephen E

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1989 Department of Genetics, Post Graduate Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, Taramani, Madras, India 1989 A Ramesh, CR Srikumari, S Sukumar. Parallel cousin marriages in Madras City: new trends in Dravidian kinship. Social Biology 36: 248-254 1978 JS Murty, A Ramesh. Selection intensities among the tribal populations of Adilabad district, Andhra Pradesh, India, Social Biology 25(4):302-5 Rami Reddy, V 1983 Physical Anthropology, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, India 1983 A Papa Rao, V Rami Reddy. Inbreeding among three endogamous groups in a multicaste village of Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 30: 109-111. Rankin* MD, Dr. Watson S. Advisory Council 1923-35 1879-1970; Trustee, Duke Endowment 1925-65 Rantakallio MD, PhD, Paula U Oulu, Dept. Public Health, Finland 1988, 1998 1998 B Xu, MR Järvelin, P Rantakallio. Maternal smoking in pregnancy and sex differences in perinatal death between boys and girls. Social Biology 45(3-4):273-7. 1997 B Xu, P Rantakallio, MR Järvelin, XL Fang. Sex differentials in perinatal mortality in China and Finland. Social Biology 44(3-4):170-8. Rao, B Dharma 1988 Anthropology, Andhra University, Waltair, Andhra Pradesh, India 1988 BD Rao, BR Busi. Inbreeding among endogamous groups in three multicaste villages of Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 35: 331-336 Rao, Prof. B Raja Biostatistics, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA 1984 1973 J Waller, BR Rao, CC Li. Heterogeneity of Childless Families. Social Biology 20: 133-138 And 1974 J Waller, BR Rao, CC Li. Letter: Reply to Mitra's observations on "Heterogeneity of childless families". Social Biology 21(3):309-10 Rao, Prof. DC Biostatistics, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 1983; Population Genetics Laboratory, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii 1979, 1980 1983 CAA Barbosa, NE Morton*, R Wette, DC Rao, H Krieger. Race, height, and blood pressure in Northeastern Brazil. Social Biology 30, 2:211-217 1980 NE Morton, DC Rao. Hereditary genius: A centennial problem in resolution of cultural and biological inheritance. Social Biology 27, 1:48-52 1979 PW Post, DC Rao, S Scarr. Effect of skin color on self-esteem. Social Biology 26, 1:51-54 Rao, Papa Alahari India 1983 A Papa Rao, V Rami Reddy. Inbreeding among three endogamous groups in a multicaste village of Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 30: 109-111 Rao, PSS Sunder

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DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2003 Roland Rau, Gabriele Doblhammer. Seasonal mortality in Denmark: the role of sex and age. Demographic Research 9, 9 Ravanera, Zenaida “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany 2006 Population Studies Center, University of Western Ontario 2006, 2010-11 2006 Men’s Life Course Trajectories: How and Why They Differ by Social Status and from Women’s Life Course. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course,” Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication. However Taylor and Francis, the current journal publisher, now lists articles from Social Biology, v. 53, 3-4 2006 Z Ravanera, Fernando Rajulton, Thomas K Burch. Men's life course trajectories: Exploring the differences by cohort and social class. Social Biology 53, 3-4 Raymond*, Mr. Douglas E. Member 1956 Raymont, A 1989 A Raymont. Development, "welfare," and fertility: a simple macroanalysis. Social Biology 36(12):110-3 Rayner*, Sture Member 1974 Institute for Medical Genetics University, Uppsala 1962 Rebelsky*, Freda Gould Member 1974 d. August, 2009; Boston U, Psychology 1962-(1996), Emeritus 2009 Reddy, B Mohan 1983 Anthropometry and Human Genetics Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta 1983 Opportunity for natural selection among three migrant groups of fishermen of Puri, India. Social Biology 30(3):335-8. Reddy, P Changal Sri Venkateswara University, Anthropology, Tirupati, India 1999 1984 PC Reddy. Distribution, endogamy and isolation of Malas of Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Social Biology 31: 108-113 Reddy, P Govinda 1987 Physical Anthropology, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, India; 1999 University of Madras, Anthropology, Madras, India 1987 Effects of consanguineous marriages on fertility among three endogamous groups of Andhra Pradesh. Social Biology 34: 68-77 Redekop, Calvin Wall

1987 G Allen, CW Redekop. Old Colony Mennonites in Mexico - Migration and Inbreeding. Social Biology 34 (3-4): 166-179 1967 G Allen, CW Redekop. Individual differences in survival and reproduction among Old Colony Mennonites in Mexico: progress to October 1966. Eugenics Quarterly 14(2):103-11. Reed, EW Dight Institute for Human Genetics, University of Minnesota 1954; U Minnesota, Minneapolis 1949 1971 Mental retardation and fertility. Social Biology, 18 (Supplement 1), 42-49. (Ginsburg) 1962 James Victor Higgins*, EW Reed and Sheldon C Reed* "Intelligence and Family Size: a paradox resolved" Eugenics Quarterly, v. 9, 2 1954 SC Reed, EW Reed, JD Palm. Fertility and Intelligence among Families of the Mentally Deficient. Eugenics Quarterly 1,1 from “Genetic factors affecting intelligence” a Symposium chaired by Frederick Osborn Reed*, Prof. Lowell Jacob Member 1956 Population Association of America, President, 1942-45 1886-1966; President, Johns Hopkins 1953-56 Reed*, Sheldon C Member 1956; Director 1957-77; Referee, Social Biology 1975-79 1910-2003 Secretary, President-elect, American Society of Human Genetics 1954 Dight Institute: 1954-1968, Director 1957-68 1978 Book Review. Social Biology 25, 1 1974 SC Reed. A Short History of Genetic Counseling. Social Biology 21, 4 1971 Book Review. Social Biology 18, 3 1970 Book Review. Social Biology 17, 3 and 4 1968 R Garrison, VE Anderson*, Sheldon Reed*. Assortative marriage. Eugenics Quarterly, 15, 2 1963 SC Reed. [Genetics Counseling] For Downs Syndrome. Eugenics Quarterly 10, 3 1962 James Victor Higgins*, EW Reed, Sheldon C Reed*. Intelligence and Family Size: a paradox resolved. Eugenics Quarterly 9, 2 1962 SC Reed. New voluntary sterilization law. Eugenics Quarterly 9, 3 1961 Sheldon Reed, Esther B. Nordlie. Genetic Counseling: For Children of Mixed Racial Ancestry. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 3 1958 SC Reed. Types of Advice Given by Heredity Counselors. Eugenics Quarterly 5, 1 1956 Sheldon Reed. Heredity counseling: The role of the doctor. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 2 1954 SC Reed, EW Reed, JD Palm. Fertility and Intelligence among Families of the Mentally Deficient. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 1 from “Genetic factors affecting intelligence” a Symposium chaired by Frederick Osborn 1950 SC Reed. Heredity Counseling and Research. Eugenical News, 37: 41-46 Reed, Dight and the Catholic Church A Law for Human Genetics: Two Discourses by Pope Pius XII (Pope Pius XII here recommends the Dight Institute as solely concerned with helping families, not with eugenics. Luigi Gedda* q.v., who was meant to be an advisor in the Church, was a member of the American Eugenics Society in 1956 as was Reed*. The two had just appeared in a book together with von Verschuer* who organized Josef Mengele's research in Auschwitz)

WHO Genetic Counseling. 1969, WHO Technical Report #416 "It was my [Sheldon Reed] privilege to provide the agenda for the 1968 (WHO) meeting which led to this [WHO Technical Report on genetic counseling] ... Chaired by Prof. J. A. Book* (q.v.)... [the meeting was] the milestone at which genetic counseling became official on a world wide basis." from "History of Genetic Counseling" Social Biology 1974, p. 337 Universal Health Care and Eugenics – the danger: Compare these two statements: (one from 1954, the other from 1991) (1): 1954 "The base for negative eugenics is being laid by a group of medical geneticists here and in other countries. Public health will require that it be followed up by practical applications very soon after the scientific justification has been demonstrated." from "The Role of the American Eugenics Society" EQ, Vol. 1 #1 1954 (not by Sheldon Reed) (2): 1991 "If a limitation on public support for potentially healthy children is the law of the land, an even stronger case can be made to restrict public support for children with severe genetic disorders. There are many fanciful and theoretical back doors to eugenics, but Dandridge v. Williams is real ... indirect coercion of pregnant women by the state, insurance companies, employers, the family or friends may be just as effective"[as mandated pregnancy screening, Eugenics Watch note], from Am J. Human Genetics, 1991, Invited Editorial, James E. Bowman Reed*, Stephen W. Member 1956 Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut 1956 Reed, T Edward 1986 University of Toronto, Zoology / Anthropology; University of Toronto, Zoology and Paediatrics, Canada 1964; Institute of Human Biology, U Michigan-Ann Arbor 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 1985 T Edward Reed. Ethnic differences in alcohol use, abuse, and sensitivity: A review with genetic interpretation. Social Biology, 32, 143-145 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] Reed, W 1954 Dight Institute for Human Genetics, University of Minnesota Reich, Theodore 1938-2003; Washington U, Psychiatry, St Louis 1998 1980 J Rice, CR Cloninger, T Reich. General Causal-Models For Sex-Differences in the Familial Transmission of Multifactorial Traits - An Application to Human Spatial Visualizing Ability, 1980 Social Biology 27 (1): 36-47 Reid* MD, D. B. W. Member (Foreign) 1956; Canada Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, U Toronto, Canada 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 Reid*, Russell M Member 1974, 1976 Anthropology, Univ. Louisville 1975 Russell M Reid. Communication: "Observations on 'A Re-examination of the Heritability of Fertility in the British Peerage' ", Social Biology 22,3

Reilly, Philip 1978 School of Medicine, Yale University 1978 P Reilly. Government Support of Genetic Services. Social Biology 25(1):23-32 (1978) Reimchen, TE 1987 Zoology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; Victoria, Canada 1987 TE Reimchen. Human color-vision deficiencies and atmospheric twilight. Social Biology, 34, 1-11. Reitman*, Ben L. Member 1930 Background: Understanding Why and How “Progressives” Support Eugenics Ben L Reitman was Emma Goldman's lover and manager; Emma Goldman adopted the part of socialism which said that a woman's control over reproduction was as important as control over employment; Goldman advocated a "birth strike" to liberate women and withhold the labor supply. Emma Goldman went to jail for distributing birth control literature, an incident which was covered in Mother Earth News by Ben Reitman who reminded people that Emma taught Margaret all she knew (approx April 1916). Sanger was also instructed by Havelock Ellis but Reitman’s attitude shows how “progressives” can come to support eugenic positions. Rejall*, Prof. Alfred E. Member 1925, 1930, 1938, 1956 Americanization Director for Long Island for NY State Dept. Education 1930’s Rele, JR International Institute for Population Studies, Bombay, India 1980 U California-Berkeley, International Population and Urban Research 1962, 1963, 1965 Population Council, PDR 1965 JR Rele. Some correlates of the age at marriage in the US. Eugenics Quarterly 12:1-6 (Sponsored by Ford Foundation) Relethford, Prof. John H Reviewer, Social Biology SUNY-Oneonta, Anthropology 1993-2011 1986 JH Relethford. Settlement formation in historical Massachusetts, 1700–1850. Social Biology 33:276–290 1983 JH Relethford, FC Lees. Genetic implications of return migration. Social Biology 30: 158–161. 1980 JH Relethford. Simulation of the effects of changing population size on the genetic structure of western Ireland. Social Biology 27:53–61. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1985 JH Relethford. Examination of the relationship between inbreeding and population size. Journal of Biosocial Science 17(1):97-106 1982 JH Relethford. Isonymy and population structure of Irish isolates during the 1890s. Journal of Biosocial Science 14(2):241-7. Rellen, Carol

Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 Ren, Xinhua S Boston U, School Public Health, Health Policy and Management 1999, 2009; US Dept. Veterans Affairs 2011 Center for Health Quality, Outcomes and Economic Research, Bedford VA Medical Center 1999 1996 XS Ren. Regional variation in infant survival in China, Social Biology. 43(1-2): 1-19. Renne, Karen S 1970 Sociologist, Human Population Laboratory, California Department of Public Health, Berkeley 1976 KS Renne. Childlessness, Health, and Marital Satisfaction. Social Biology 23:183–197. Resseguie* PhD, Laurence J Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1976 Beloit College, Biology 1976, 2007, 2008 International Population and Urban Research, University of California at Berkeley 1973 LJ Resseguie*. Changes in Stillbirth Ratios Resulting from Changing Fashions in Age of Childbearing. Social Biology 20, 2 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1977 LJ Resseguie*. The artifactual nature of effects of maternal age on risk of stillbirth. Journal of Biosocial Science 9(2):191-200 1973 LJ Resseguie*. Influence of age, birth order and reproductive compensation on stillbirth ratios. Journal of Biosocial Science 5: 443 Restrepo PhD RN, Elizabeth 2003 Texas Health Resources, Arlington, Texas 2003 E Restropo, Bruce West, Nicola Scafetta. Seasonality of birth and conception to teenagers in Texas. Social Biology 50, 1-2 (This work was supported in part by a grant from the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD/NIH); Nicola Scafetta acknowledges support from the Army Research Office) Retherford*, Robert D Pres. 1991-93; Dir. 1989-1990, 1994-99 East West Center, Population Institute, then Population and Heath 1970-(2009) Senior Fellow 2009, 2010 and Coordinator, Population and Health Studies 1999-(2011) Population Council fellowships, 1967-68, 1968-69 Population Council, PDR 1993 Robert Retherford*. Demographic transition and the evolution of intelligence: theory and evidence. Presidential address, Society for the Study of Social Biology, General Conference. Penn State University, August 4-6, 1993 (chief organizer) 1988 RD Retherford*, William H Sewell*. Intelligence and family size reconsidered. Social Biology, 35(1-2) 1978 Robert D Retherford*, Naohiro Ogawa. Decomposition of the change in the total fertility rate in the Republic of Korea, 1966-1970. Social Biology 25(2) 1974 Robert D Retherford*. Tobacco smoking and sex ratios in the United States. Social Biology 21(1) JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE

1981 RD Retherford*, F Yusuf. Urban-rural fertility differentials in Pakistan. Journal of Biosocial Science 13(4):491-9. Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5R01HD057038-02 Retherford, Robert D East-West Center Multivariate Analysis of the Total Fertility Rate and its Component Reynolds, Larry T Central Michigan U, Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work 1990, 1993 1992 L Lieberman, LT Reynolds, D Friedrich. The Fitness of Human Sociobiology: The Future Utility of Four Concepts in Four Subdisciplines. Social Biology 39: 158–169. Rhine*, Stanley Member 1974 U New Mexico-Albuquerque, Anthropology, Emeritus 2009-2011; PhD 1969 U Colorado Paranormal studies at Duke, New Mexico and elsewhere Rhoads, Prof. George G Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) Public Health, and Director, Division of Public Health and Medical Humanities 1989-2009; 1982-89 Chief, Epidemiology Branch, Prevention Research Program, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health (NICHD/NIH) 1982-89 School of Public Health, University of Hawaii, Honolulu 1978 1977 CL Gulbrandsen, NE Morton, GG Rhoads, A Kagan, R Lew. Behavioral, social, and physiological determinants of lipoprotein concentrations. Social Biology 24(4):289-93. Rhodius*, H. E. R. Member (Foreign) 1956; Netherlands Rhynas, PO (or POW) 1962 Research Org., Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., Chalk River, Ontario 1962 HB Newcombe, PO Rhynas. Child spacing following stillbirth and infant death. Eugenics Quarterly 9:25-35. Rice, David Referee, Social Biology 1975 Rice*, Dorothy P. Dir. 1988-93 Univ. California, San Francisco, Institute of Health and Aging 1982-2011; National Center Health Statistics, Rockville, Maryland (Dir., 1976-82); National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Population 1996 Where do the statistics in the health care debate come from? 1. 1981 Social and Economic Implications of Cancer in the United States, w/ Thomas A. Hodgson. DHHS, Public Health Service, National Center for Health Statistics

Institute of Health and Aging; Federally Funded 2. “Over the past seven years, since fiscal year 2000/01, federal funding, including both grant awards from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and federal flow-through state contracts with the California Department of Health Services, increased by over 23% from $4.38 to over $5.4 million” http://sbs.ucsf.edu/iha/facts.htm (viewed November 2009). Background: Rice and Tobacco DP Rice and others have sought to comprehend a number of cost-benefit variables in gauging the social consequences of illness from different conditions. She is famous for developing an analysis of the medical costs attributable to tobacco smoking which was used by the Mississippi Attorney General in his lawsuit to recover those medical costs from Big Tobacco. [ see http://www.oac.cdlib.org/data/13030/zb/ft3f59n6zb/files/ft3f59n6zb.pdf] Big Tobacco was supported in its claims by CC Little*, also of the American Eugenics Society, whose was research director of the Tobacco Institute. Not for the first time, the Society jumped from one side to the other of a controversy without acknowledging any previous involvement by its members on the other side. But the real point is that the same statistics can be used within national health care to justify behavioral surveillance and possibly eventually denial of benefits. Rice, Prof. John Washington University School Medicine, Psychiatry, St Louis (Mathematics in Psychiatry) 1987, 1998, 2011; genetic epidemiology 1980 J Rice, CR Cloninger, T Reich. General Causal-Models For Sex-Differences in the Familial Transmission of Multifactorial Traits - An Application to Human Spatial Visualizing Ability. Social Biology 27 (1): 36-47 Dr. Rice maintains the genetic database for the NIMH and NIDA Centers for Genetic Studies. The NIMH repository has existing genetic data on Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Autism, Major Depression and Alzheimer disease, and these existing datasets are housed in St. Louis. He also distributes the COGA data to other investigators. Dr. Rice is CO-PI of a GEI project for a Genome-wide Association Study (GWAS) of addiction” from http://www.psychiatry.wustl.edu/c/Faculty Rice, John P 1983 S Yokoyama, JP Rice. Social Selection in Human-Populations - Deterministic Analyses on the Modification of the Fitness of Offspring by Affected Parents. Social Biology 30 (2): 181-188 1980 S Yokoyama, JP Rice, RW Yokoyama. The Effect of Social Selection Due to Familial Mental Retardation on the Marriage Frequency of Normal Individuals, 1980 Social Biology 27 (3): 194-198 Rice*, Mr. Victor A. Member 1956 Ridley*, Prof. Jeanne Clare Dir. 1971-1972; Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976, 1980 2001 Kennedy Institute, Center for Population Research, Georgetown University 2001 JC Ridley, AP Riley, M Weinstein, J Mormino, T Gorrindo. Menarcheal age and subsequent patterns of family formation. Social Biology 48, 1-2:21-43

1987 book review of Rural Development and Human Fertility by Schujer and Stokes in Social Biology 34, 3-4 1987 JC Ridley*, DE Myers, LR Young, J Nassim. Farm background, socioeconomic status, and fertility: the two-generation hypothesis, Social Biology. 34(3-4):220-33 1970 Book Review. Social Biology 17, 2 1969 Jeanne Clare Ridley*, Mindel C Sheps*, Joan W Lingner, Jane A Menken*. On the apparent subfecundity of non-family planners. Social Biology 16, 1: 24-28 Rife*, David C Member 1956; Ohio State U 1954 Institute of Genetics, Ohio State University; Secretary, American Society of Human Genetics 19541957 1956 DC Rife. Associations between Weight Discrimination and Hand Prints. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 4 1954 DC Rife, EF Paddock. The Myth of the Melting Pot: Genetic Variability and Racial Intermixture. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 Riis, I 1999 The secondary sex ratio in Israel: 1980-1995. Social Biology 46(1-2):33-46. Riley*, Ann P Dir. 1994-99 Georgetown Univ. 1994-1997 2001 Ann P Riley*, Maxine Weinstein*, JC Ridley*, Jonathan Mormino, Tristram Gorrindo. Menarcheal age and subsequent patterns of family formation. Social Biology 48(1-2):21-43 Riley*, Matilda W. Dir. 1986-91 National Institute on Aging (NIA, Associate Director 1979-91; Senior Social Scientist 1991-1995; First Director, Behavioral and Social Research (BSR) 1979) Rimpela, Prof. Arja 1995 Public Health Science and General Practice, Oulu University, Finland 1995 X Xu, A Rimpela, B Xu, H Lu, Marjo-Ritta J rvelin. Maternal Determinants of Birth Weight: A Population-Based Sample from Qingdao, China. Social Biology 42(3-4): 175-84 Rindfuss, Prof. Ronald R 1974 Contributing Editor, Social Biology; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1978-80 East West Center Population Institute, then Population and Health, Senior Fellow 2006-2011; University North Carolina: Sociology 1976-2011 and UNC Carolina Population Center 1978-(2011) (Director 1992-1997); 2009 Chair, Social and Behavioral Sciences Panel, University of California Office of the President Multicampus Research Program and Initiative; University of Wisconsin-Madison 19731976: Research Associate, Center for Demography and Ecology, and Institute for Research on Poverty Chair, The ZRG1 B 90S Study Section, National Institutes of Health Population Council, PDR Population Association of America, President 1991 Research Assistant, 1970 National Fertility Study, Office of Population Research, Princeton University 1971-1973 1983 JA Sweet, RR Rindfuss. Those ubiquitous fertility trends: United States 1945-79. Social Biology 30:127-139

Rivinius*, Hedelise Member 1974 Rizk*, Hanna Member (Foreign) 1956 Roberts*, Mr. Charles D. Member 1956 Roberts**, Derek F UK; Galton Institute member; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976 1985, 1980, 1973, 1967 Laboratory of Human Genetics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, England 1985 DF Roberts, TC Dann. Physique and family variables in university girls in Britain. Social Biology 32:1-21-2, 45-52 1980 DF Roberts. Inbreeding and Ecological Change: an isonymic analysis of a Tyneside parish over three centuries. Social Biology 27: 230-40 1973 Derek F Roberts, Batsheva Bonne. Reproduction and Inbreeding among the Samaritans. Social Biology 20(1): 64—70 1967 DF Roberts. Red/green color blindness in the Niger delta. Eugenics Quarterly 14(1):7-13. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1984 DF Roberts, TC Dann. Menarcheal age in University of Warwick students. Journal of Biosocial Science 16(4):511-9 1982 DF Roberts, T Andrews. Chromosome analyses in couples with repeated pregnancy loss. Journal of Biosocial Science 14(1):33-52 1981 DF Roberts, LB Jorde, RJ Mitchell. Genetic Structure in Cumbria. Journal of Biosocial Science 13(3):317-36. 1979 DF Roberts, MJ Roberts, JA Cowie. Inbreeding levels in Orkney Islanders. Journal of Biosocial Science 11(4):391-5. 1976 DF Roberts, TC Dann. Physique and socio-economic variables in university girls. Journal of Biosocial Science 8(1):61-8 1972 DF Roberts, DP Kahlon. Skin pigmentation and assortative mating in Sikhs. Journal of Biosocial Science 4(1):91-100. 1971 DF Roberts, T Dobson. Historical population movement and gene flow in Northumberland parishes. Journal of Biosocial Science 3(2):193-208 1970 DF Roberts, RA Boon. The social impact of haemophilia. Journal of Biosocial Science 1970 Jul;2(3):237-64 1969 DF Roberts. Race, genetics and growth. J Biosocial Science Suppl 1:43-67 Roberts** MD, Dr. J. A. Fraser Member (Foreign) 1956; Member, Eugenics Society (England) 1944 JAF Fraser Roberts**. Population problems in the light of differential fertility. Eugenics Review 36, 9-16 1939 JAF Fraser Roberts**. Intelligence and Family Size. Eugenics Review 30, 237-47 (Ginsburg) Roberts*, Dr. John M. Member 1969, 1974 1968 Anthropology, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

1968 GC Myers, JM Roberts. A Technique for Measuring Preferential Family Size and Composition. Social Biology 15, 3 Robidoux, Michael A 2009 School of Human Kinetics, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 2009 Michael A Robidoux, François Haman, Christabelle Sethna. The Relationship of the Burbot (Lota lota L.) to the Reintroduction of Off-the-Land Foods in the Sandy Lake First Nation Community. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1 Background: 1. The burbot (Lota lota) is the only freshwater cod-like fish. From en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burbot 2. “Abstract This article is based on a study of traditional lifestyle practices in the Sandy Lake First Nation community in northwestern Ontario, considering some of the benefits and risks of reintroducing offthe-land food sources, specifically as they relate to the burbot (Lota lota L.). This article concentrates, therefore, on four avenues of exploration: (1) the “nutrition transition” in the First Nations population, (2) the meaning of a traditional diet in the Sandy Lake First Nation, (3) a nutritional value analysis of the burbot to determine its energy content and medicinal properties, and (4) the plausibility of reintroducing off-the-land food sources into the Sandy Lake First Nation community. We argue that though there may be health advantages to the reintroduction of off-the land food sources into First Nations contemporary diets, these benefits will be realized only if practiced according to historical dietary traditions drawing from critical parts of animal tissues to maximize nutrient intake” from http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a913737600 Robinson, J Gregory 1975 Graduate Group in Demography, University of Pennsylvania 1975 DW Hastings, J Gregory Robinson. Incidence of Childlessness for United States Women, Cohorts Born 1891-1945. Social Biology 21:178-84. Robinson PhD, Rachel Sullivan Reviewer for Social Biology [2009 (in press) “The Positive Impact of Population Policy on Human Rights in Africa”, in Between Life and Death – Governing Populations in the Era of Human Rights, Sabine Berking, Magadelena Zolkos (eds.), New York: Peter Lang; work in progress “Population Policy in Nigeria: Governmentality, Malthus, the World Bank, and a Charismatic Leader”, Journal article] Robinson, Warren C Referee, Social Biology 1979 Pennsylvania State U 1966 Economics 1966-2011 (Emeritus 2011) and Founding Director, Population Research Center, Pennsylvania State University, Emeritus 2011; Research Advisor, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics; 1986 Warren C Robinson. Another look at the Hutterites and natural fertility. Social Biology 33(12):65-76. 1966 Warren C Robinson. Pakistan's new national family planning experiment. Eugenics Quarterly 13(4):316-25 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1987 Warren C Robinson. Regional variation in the age-specific natural fertility curve. Journal of Biosocial Science 19(1):57-64.

1979 WC Robinson. The cost per unit of family planning services. Journal of Biosocial Science 11(1):93103. Rochat, RW 1981 Family Planning Evaluation Division, Center for Health Promotion and Education, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta 1981 СW Warren, JC Smith, RW Rochat, SE Holck. Contraceptive Sterilization: A Comparison of Mexican-Americans and Anglos Living in US Counties Bordering Mexico. Social Biology 28:265 Rockefeller*, John D. Member 1930 yes, him Source: Sanger list 1930 Rockefeller* Jr., John D. Member 1930 Source: Sanger list 1930 [John D Rockefeller III Not known to be a member, he financed Sanger and Frederick Osborn’s ideas Financed important eugenic projects such as the post-war work of Margaret Sanger and the founding of the Population Council; Population Council: “Since 1952, the Population Council has been the premier international organization conducting biomedical, public health, and social science research on population issues. The Council has been instrumental in the design of health products, service-delivery programs, and public policies” from http://www.popcouncil.org/about/index.html#Overview JDR III. “Population growth: The role of the developed world”, Population and Development Review 4 no. 3 (Sep 78): 509–516 Rockefeller*, Percy A. Member 1930 Rodgers*, Jacci L. Secretary /Treasurer 1994-98 Rodgers*, Prof. Joseph Lee Society for the Study of Social Biology, President 1994-1998, Board of Directors 2000-2009, 2011 Class 2000, 2006, 2011; Editorial Board 2008-2009 M 1988, 1989 U Oklahoma, Psychology 2009-2010 and Oklahoma Population Institute (Director 2010-11) Population Council, PDR 2010 Warren B. Miller*, Joseph Lee Rodgers*, David J. Pasta. Fertility Motivations of Youth Predict Later Fertility Outcomes: A Prospective Analysis of National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 1 2003 Paul A Nakonezny, Kristen Shaw, JL Rodgers*. Did Births Decline in the United States After the Enactment of No-Fault Divorce Law?. Social Biology 50, 3-4 [yes, in 34 states they did]

2002 JL Rodgers*, Hans-Peter Kohler*, Kaare Christensen. Between nurture and nature: the shifting determinants of female fertility in Danish twin cohorts. and JL Rodgers*, S Jay Olshansky*. The Biodemography of Fertility and Longevity. Social Biology 49, 3-4 2000 JL Rodgers*, G Doblhammer, R Rau. Seasonality of birth in nineteenth and twentieth century Austria. Social Biology 47, 3-4 1994 JL Rodgers*. A social contagion model of adolescent sexual behavior: explaining race differences. Social Biology 41(1-2):1 ff 1993 JL Rodgers*. Behavior Genetic Modeling of Raging Hormones: DF Analysis of Adolescent Deviance. Meetings of the Society for the Study of Social Biology, University Park, Pennsylvania. 1992 JL Rodgers*. Seasonality of First Coitus in the United States. Social Biology 39, 1-2 1989 JL Rodgers*, D.C. Rowe*. An `Epidemic’ Model of Sexual Intercourse Prevalences for Black and White Adolescents. Social Biology 36, 3-4. 1988 JL Rodgers, J. Richard Udry*. The Season of Birth Paradox. Social Biology 35, 3-4. The following two books are foundational texts for the new eugenics – biodemography and social biology 2002 The Biodemography of Human Reproduction and Fertility, w/ Hans-Peter Kohler*; 2000 Genetic Influences on Human Fertility and Sexuality: Theoretical and Empirical Contributions from the Biological and behavioral Sciences, w/ David C Rowe*, Warren Miller* q.v. Government Money: 2011 NICHD 1R01HD065865-01A1 Rodgers, Joseph L. University of Oklahoma, Norman NLSY Kinship Links: Reliable and Valid Sibling Identification Rodrigues, Prof. Roberto Nascimento CEDEPLAR/UFMG, Demography, Brazil 2000 [CEDEPLAR= Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional; UFMG = Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais] 2000, 2009 Australian National University, PhD, Demography 1990 2000 Monica Magadi, Ian Diamond, Roberto Nascimento Rodrigues. The Determinants of Delivery Care in Kenya. Social Biology 47, 3-4 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 2007 R do Nascimento Rodrigues et al. Disability life expectancy for the elderly, city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2000: gender and educational differences. Journal of Biosocial Science 2007 May;39(3):455-63. Rogers, Laurine 1994 Anthropology, Iowa State University, Ames 1994 J Stevenson, P Everson, L Rogers. Changes in fertility relative to starting, stopping, and spacing behaviors in a migrating Mennonite community, 1775-1889. Social Biology 41(1-2):83-95 Rogers*, Prof. Richard G Society for the Study of Social Biology: vice President 1997-1998; Chair, Nominations Committee 2005-2006; Board of Directors 1998-2008; Editorial Board 2008-2009; Ad Hoc reviewer, Social Biology 2004-(2012) Director, Population Program, Institute of Behavioral Science, U Colorado Population Council, PDR 2012 Richard G Rogers*, Robert A Hummer*, Anna Zajacova. Educational Degrees and Mortality in the United States. Biodemography and Social Biology 58(1):80-99

1996 CB Nam*, Richard G. Rogers*, Robert A. Hummer*. Impact of Future Cigarette Smoking Scenarios on Mortality of the Adult Population in the United States: 2000-2050. Social Biology 43(34):155-168 1995 RG Rogers*, Charles B. Nam*, Robert A. Hummer*. Demographic and Socioeconomic Links to Cigarette Smoking. Social Biology 42(1-2):1-21 1991 RG Rogers*. Demographic Characteristics of Cigarette Smokers in the United States. Social Biology 38(1-2):1-12. 1988 DL Poston*, RG Rogers*. Development and Childlessness in the States and Territories of Brazil. Social Biology 35 (Fall-Winter) 267-284. 1987 R Rogers*, R Hackenburg. Extending Epidemiologic Transition Theory: A New Stage. Social Biology 34(3-4): 234-243 1986 DL Poston, Jr.*, RG Rogers*. "Comments on the Conceptual Treatment of Neonatal Mortality." Social Biology 33 (Fall-Winter, 1986):327-328. ICB Population Program where Rogers works employs: Dennis Ahlburg Jason D Boardman* Jane Menken* (Director, ICB 2001-(2009) Government Money: 2010 NICHD 5D43TW007694-05 Rogers, Richard G University of Colorado - Boulder Global Research Training in Population Health Rogers, Stephen 2003 Senior Lecturer, Dept. Primary Care and Population Sciences, Royal Free and University Medical School, University College, London, UK 2003 Stephen Rogers, Jane A Pryer, Ataur Rahman. Factors Affection Nutritional Status in Female Adults in Dhaka Slums, Bangladesh. Social Biology 50, 3-4 Rogerson, Peter A 1993 Geography, SUNY Buffalo 1993 PA Rogerson. On the relationship between handedness and longevity. Social Biology 40(3-4):2837. Roghmann PhD, Klaus J 1983 University of Rochester: Medical Center, Pediatrics (Genetics), Preventive Medicine and Dept. Sociology 1978 RR Sell, KJ Roghmann, RA Doherty. Attitudes toward abortion and prenatal diagnosis of fetal abnormalities: implications for educational programs, Social Biology 25(4):288-301 Rohr, Art 1978 Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder 1978 DB Burr, A Rohr. Patterns of psycholinguistic development in the severely mentally retarded: a hypothesis. Social Biology 25(1):15-22 Rokala*, Prof. Dwight Member (Foreign) 1974; Canadian

U Manitoba, Sociology, Retired 2003 1973 D Rokala, HF Polesky. Demographic and Genetic Structures of Reservation Populations. 1. The Greater Leech Lake (Ojibwa) Reservation. Social Biology 20, 4 Romaniuk, A Referee, Social Biology 1975-77 Roof, Michael K Library of Congress 1956 1961 MK Roof. People in figures: Soviet population trends. Eugenics Quarterly 8:123-34. Rorer, Leonard G. Member 1974 Rosenthal, David Referee, Social Biology 1975 Rosenthal, Prof. Erich 1970 CUNY-Queens, Sociology 1968 Erich Rosenthal. Jewish Intermarriage in Indiana. Eugenics Quarterly 15, 4 1961 Erich Rosenthal. Jewish fertility in the United States. Eugenics Quarterly 8:198-217. Rosenwaike, Ira Population Studies Center, U Pennsylvania 1996, 2000 1990 I Rosenwaike, K Hempstead. Differential mortality by ethnicity and nativity: foreign- and nativeborn Irish, Italians, and Jews in New York City, 1979-1981. Social Biology 37, 1-2:11-25 Ross, John A Futures Group, Senior Fellow 1996, 2001; Population Council, Research Division, Senior Associate 1989, 1991-1993 1996 John A Ross, SB Pham. Unmet need for contraception in Vietnam: Who needs what and when? Social Biology 44 (1-2) Background: Futures Group International is a leader in strengthening the policy environment for public health programs, especially those in the areas of family planning and reproductive health” from http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/services/policy-advocacy.cfm Futures Group International supports, informs and facilitates international policy and program decision-making through a wide variety of research and evaluation methodologies http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/services/research-evaluation.cfm Futures is a key component of the USAID's Monitoring and Evaluation to Assess and Use Results (MEASURE) Framework … MEASURE Evaluation is funded by USAID and is implemented by the Carolina Population Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in partnership with Futures Group International, ORC Macro, JSI, and Tulane University” from http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/projects/measure.cfm “Futures Group International has more than two decades of experience of implementing awardwinning social marketing and communications programs throughout the world. From the landmark

Social Marketing for Change (SOMARC) program, to behavior change communications projects, and mass-media awareness campaigns, Futures has extensive experience of applying marketing principles to "sell" ideas, attitudes, and behaviors, and stimulate commercial market growth for health products and services” from http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/services/communication-social-marketing.cfm Social Marketing of Condoms Project aims to increase condom awareness, encourage usage, and improve HIV knowledge, in order to reduce the incidence of HIV and prevent unwanted pregnancies From http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/projects/niger-condoms.cfm The Innovations in Family Planning Services IFPS II Technical Assistance Project (ITAP) is funded by USAID/India … Facilitate collaboration between the public and private sectors in efforts to address family planning and reproductive health needs; … This project is a task order under the Public Private Partnership Indefinite Quantity Contract (PSP IQC) funded by USAID. Futures is the prime contractor for ITAP From http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/projects/ifps2-india.cfm AFFORD's first-year marketing and distribution activities included … introduction of new oral rehydration salt and zinc products for child survival; and developing expanded marketing strategies for three existing social marketing brands – Protector® condoms, Pilplan® oral contraceptives, and Injectaplan® three-month injectable contraceptives. Under the Social Marketing for Change (SOMARC) Project, Futures Group was responsible for the introduction of these three products in Uganda between 1991 and 1997. Under AFFORD, Futures also leads the design and management of activities to expand product and service distribution networks to better reach Uganda's rural areas and underserved markets From http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/projects/afford.cfm Strategic Consulting “Futures Group International specializes in providing strategic consulting services that offer our clients the type of new insights and practical recommendations that are needed” From http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/services/strategic-consulting.cfm USAID Health Policy Initiative: “Establishing a strong policy foundation is essential for the effective scale-up of services to achieve the goals envisioned by the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). With funding from USAID and the Emergency Plan, the Health Policy Initiative (2005–2010) strives to foster an improved enabling environment for health—especially HIV, family planning/reproductive health, and maternal health programs. The Health Policy Initiative builds on the legacy of the USAID-funded POLICY Project, which assisted government and civil society partners in policy advocacy and formulation in more than 30 countries across Africa, Asia and the Near East, Europe and Eurasia, and Latin America and the Caribbean “ from http://www.futuresgroup.com/fg/projects/health-policy.cfm Ross, Shan 1972 York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1972 TR Balakrishnan, S. Ross, JD Allingham, JF Kanter. Attitudes toward Abortion of Married Woman in Metropolitan Toronto. Social Biology 19, 1:35-42 Rossi*, Prof. Alice S Dir. 1987-92; Referee, Social Biology 1977, 1979, 1980 d. 2009; U Massachusetts-Amherst, Sociology 1974-1991, Emeritus 2009 Johns Hopkins 1968 Founder/ board member NOW 1966-70 Background on the fertility collapse: Alice Rossi writes down the shift in perspective on the family “in one decade” from “worthwhile” to “General censure” as “oppressive and bankrupt” whose “demise in imminent and welcome”

Roth*, Bernard Member 1956

Rothammer, Francisco Center for Demographic and Population Genetics, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, Texas 1976 and Departamento de Biolog a Celular y Gen tica, Universidad de Chile, Sede Norte, Santiago 1976; U Chile-Santiago, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. Cellular Biology and Genetics 1994 1976 R Chakraborty, R Blanco, F Rothhammer, E Llop. Genetic Variability in Chilean Indian Populations and its Association with Geography, Language, and Culture. Social Biology 23,1: 73-81. Rotkin*, Prof. Isadore D. Member 1974, 1979 Rotter, George S 1972 Educational Foundation for Human Sexuality, Montclair State College, New Jersey 1972 GS Rotter, NG Rotter. Preferred family constellations: a pilot study. Social Biology 19 (4):401-4 Rotter, Naomi G Department of Organizational & Social Sciences, New Jersey Institute of Technology 1987; Educational Foundation for Human Sexuality, Montclair State College, New Jersey 1972 1972 GS Rotter, NG Rotter. Preferred family constellations: a pilot study. Social Biology, 19 (4):401-4 Rowe*, David C Dir. 1993-95, 2000-2003; Editor, Social Biology 2000-01 (David Rowe was removed from the list of Board members sent to the IRS his death in 2003. [The first such list was in 2006]. This shows that the list was not merely turned in to the IRS but that it was corrected so that it actually represented the Board members. 1949-2003; Family Studies, U Arizona 2003; U Colorado-Boulder, PhD, Psychology signed "Mainstream Science on Intelligence," an editorial written by Linda Gottfredson and published in the Wall Street Journal, which defended the findings on race and intelligence in The Bell Curve. 1994 DC Rowe*, JL Rodgers*. A Social Contagion Model of Adolescent Sexual Behavior: Explaining Race Differences. Social Biology 41, 1-2 (Spring-Summer 1994): 1-18 1989 DC Rowe*, JL Rodgers*, S Meseck-Bushey. An "epidemic" model of sexual intercourse prevalences for Black and White adolescents. Social Biology 36(3-4), 127-145. Rowley, Peter T 1979 Genetics and Medicine and Pediatrics, U Rochester 1979 L Fisher, PT Rowley, M Lipkin Jr. Predicting immediate outcome of genetic counseling following screening. Social Biology 26(4):289-301. Royer, Heather N U California-Santa Barbara, Economics 2008, 2009; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, San Francisco, California 1999 1999 H Royer, G Smith. Can the Famous Really Postpone Death? Social Biology 45, 302-305. Rubalcava, Luis Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 Researcher, InterAmerican Development Bank Rubin, George L 1990 CDC, Division of Reproductive Health

1986 CW Warren, ML Gwinn, GL Rubin. Seasonal variation in conceptions and various pregnancy outcomes. Social Biology 33: 116-126 Rucknagel*, Donald L. Member 1974 Rush, David 1979 Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York 1979 BM Valanis, D Rush. A partial explanation of superior birth weights among foreign-born women Social Biology 26(3):198-210 Rushton, Prof. J Phillipe University of Western Ontario, Psychology (1977-2011) Pioneer Fund, President (2002-2011), Grantee Mankind Quarterly (author) Charles Darwin Research Institute, Founder 1989 1988 JP Rushton. Do r/K reproductive strategies apply to human differences? Social Biology 35, 337340 Mankind Quarterly 1987 JP Rushton. Evolution, altruism and genetic similarity theory. Mankind Quarterly 27, 4 Race, Evolution and Behavior by JP Rushton "(An) incendiary thesis....that separate races of human beings evolved different reproductive strategies to cope with different environments and that these strategies led to physical differences in brain size and hence in intelligence. Human beings who evolved in the warm but highly unpredictable environment of Africa adopted a strategy of high reproduction, while human beings who migrated to the hostile cold of Europe and northern Asia took to producing fewer children but nurturing them more carefully." ---Malcolm W. Browne, New York Times Book Review "Rushton is a serious scholar who has assembled serious data. Consider just one example: brain size. The empirical reality, verified by numerous modern studies, including several based on magnetic resonance imaging, is that a significant and substantial relationship does exist between brain size and measured intelligence after body size is taken into account and that the races do have different distributions of brain size." ---Charles Murray, Afterword to The Bell Curve [From http://www.charlesdarwinresearch.org/reb.html] Race and IQ 2008 “James Watson's most inconvenient truth: race realism and the moralistic fallacy”, JP Rushton, Arthur Jensen (SSSB), Medical Hypotheses, v. 71(5):629-40 “Recent editorials in this journal have defended the right of eminent biologist James Watson to raise the unpopular hypothesis that people of sub-Saharan African descent score lower, on average, than people of European or East Asian descent on tests of general intelligence. As those editorials imply, the scientific evidence is substantial in showing a genetic contribution to these differences. The unjustified ill treatment meted out to Watson therefore requires setting the record straight about the current state of the evidence on intelligence, race, and genetics. In this paper, we summarize our own previous reviews based on 10 categories of evidence: The worldwide distribution of test scores; the g factor of

mental ability; heritability differences; brain size differences; trans-racial adoption studies; racial admixture studies; regression-to-the-mean effects; related life-history traits; human origins research; and the poverty of predictions from culture-only explanations. The preponderance of evidence demonstrates that in intelligence, brain size, and other life-history variables, East Asians average a higher IQ and larger brain than Europeans who average a higher IQ and larger brain than Africans. Further, these group differences are 50-80% heritable. These are facts, not opinions and science must be governed by data. There is no place for the "moralistic fallacy" that reality must conform to our social, political, or ethical desires” from “James Watson's most inconvenient truth: race realism and the moralistic fallacy” in http://www.biomedexperts.com/Abstract.bme/18656315 Russell*, Mrs. Evelyn H. Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 Ryder*, Prof. Norman B Director 1967-72, Member 1974; Referee, Social Biology 1975-80; Editorial Board, Social Biology 1980 1923-2010 Population Association of America, President, 1972-73 co-director, U.S. National Fertility Study; see CF Westoff U Wisconsin-Madison, Sociology and Founder, Center for Demography and Ecology Princeton University: Sociology 1971-1989, Emeritus 1989-2010 and Office of Population Research 1971-2010 Population Council, PDR Developed measures of the demographic transition in the 60’s 1983 NB Ryder*. Book review of World Population and Human Values: A New Reality by Salk and Salk. Social Biology 30, 2 1970 CF Westoff*, L Bumpass, NB Ryder*. Letter: Comment on "The probability of conception after discontinuance of oral contraception," by Wolfers, Social Biology 17(1):60-1 1969 CF Westoff*, Larry Bumpass, NB Ryder*. Oral contraception, coital frequency, and the time required to conceive. Social Biology 16(1):1-10. 1964 NB Ryder*. Workshop Conference between Demographers and Geneticists, Princeton, sponsored by AES 1964 Sabagh, Georges 1962 U Southern California, Los Angeles 1962 G Sabagh, RB Edgerton. Sterilized mental defectives look at eugenic sterilization. Eugenics Quarterly 9:213-22 Sadler* MD, Dr. William K. Member 1956 Saenz, Rogelio 1989 Rural Sociology, Texas A & M University, College Station 1989 Suicide and Net Migration in Texas Counties 1970 and 1980. Social Biology 36, 1-2 Sagen*, Mr. Oswald K. Member 1956

Sagi, Prof. Philip C U Pennsylvania: Sociology 1968, Emeritus 1987 and Population Research Institute (co-director 1968) Princeton U, Office of Population Research 1961 1963 RG Potter, CF Westoff, PC Sagi. Delays in conception: A discrepancy re-examined. Eugenics Quarterly, 10, 2:53-58. Saint Onge, Jarron M. Ad Hoc reviewer for Social Biology U Houston, Sociology 2009-2011; worked on National Health Interview Survey, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, and the Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health); U Colorado-Boulder, Sociology 2007 and Institute of Behavioral Science, Population Program (Demography) 2007 Sakai, Derek K 1997 Psychology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu 1997 DK Sakai, RC Johnson*. Active phenotypic assortment in mate selection: self-descriptions and sought-for attributes of mates in dating advertisements. Social Biology 44, 3-4 Sakoda, James M Brown U, Sociology and Anthropology 1966, 1970 1968 RG Potter, JM Sakoda, WE Feinberg. Variable fecundability and the timing of births. Eugenics Quarterly 15(3):155-63 Salama, Ibrahim A 1986 School of Business, North Carolina Central University, Durham 1986 AR Omran, Ibrahim A Salama. Macroanalytic study of development and fertility: consideration of transition models. Social Biology 33(3-4):259-75. Salaris, Luisa 2012 Social Sciences and Institutions, University of Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy 2012 Luisa Salarisa, Michel Poulain, Thomas T Samaras. Height and Survival at Older Ages among Men Born in an Inland Village in Sardinia (Italy), 1866–2006 Biodemography and Social Biology 58, 1 Salinas, C Valparaiso, Chile 2008; Departamento de Biología, Universidad de Chile, Valparaiso, Chile 1971 1971 J Pinto-Cisternas, C Salinas, C Campusano, H Figueroa, B Lazo. Preliminary migration data on a population of Valparaíso, Chile. Social Biology 18(3):305-10, 1971 Sep 1970 B Lazo, H Figueroa, C Salinas, C Campusano, J Pinto-Cisternas. Consanguinity in the province of Valparaiso, Chile, 1917-1966. Social Biology 17, 167-179 Salzano, Francisco M Referee, Social Biology 1975-77 Departamento de Gen tica, Instituto de Bioci ncias, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil 1974; Universidad do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil 1964; an associate of Theodosius Dobzhansky* 1977 RC Go, RC Elston, FM Salzano. Association and linkage between genetic markers and morphological and behavioral attributes in dizygotic twins. Social Biology 24(1):62-8. 1974 AM Araujo, FM Salzano. Marital distances and inbreeding in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Social Biology 21, 3: 249-255.

1971 FM Salzano. Demographic and Genetic Interrelationships among Cayapo Indians of Brazil. Social Biology 18 (2): 148 1963 FM Salzano. Population Differences in Red and Green Color Vision Deficiency: A Review, and a Query on Selection Relaxation. Eugenics Quarterly 10:81-3. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1985 FM Salzano, A Trachtenberg, AE Stark, FJ Da Rocha. Canonical correlation analysis of assortative mating in two groups of Brazilians. Journal of Biosocial Science 17(4):389-403. 1984 FM Salzano, L Culpi. Migration, genetic markers and race admixture in Curitiba, Brazil. Journal of Biosocial Science 16(1):127-35 Samaras Thomas T 2012 Reventropy Associates, San Diego, California 2012 Luisa Salarisa, Michel Poulain, Thomas T Samaras. Height and Survival at Older Ages among Men Born in an Inland Village in Sardinia (Italy), 1866–2006 Biodemography and Social Biology 58, 1 Background: Reventropy Associates is a company listed in the management consultant category. It is owned by Thomas T Samaras with an income of $87,000/ yr and a staff of one. TT Samaras has been publishing on the subject of height since 1999. He specifically argues that Large body size in unhealthful. ”Reventropy Associates and its Research Reventropy Associates was established in 1993 to focus on the ramifications of a world population that is constantly increasing in height and body weight. While many researchers have delved into specific areas of human height and growth, none has been devoted to the systematic evaluation of this critical area of human civilization. Tom Samaras founded Reventropy Associates and has worked with Harold Elrick, MD, Lowell H. Storms, PhD and Jonn Desnoes,MD, PhD, OMD to provide critical analyses of the various impacts of larger body size on our society and the earth. He has focused on how our society promotes larger human size through nutritional and health systems. Tom and his associates have examined the impact of maternal and child nutrition, birth weight, rapid growth, early sexual maturation and attaining maximum height on long-term health and longevity.” http://www.humanbodysize.com/

This picture is an illustration of the physical differences in body size between younger and older generations (from the Editorial written about Tom's article in WPHNA. )” from http://www.humanbodysize.com Samet, Prof. Jonathan M Johns Hopkins U, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Epidemiology 2009-2011 (Chair 1994); U New Mexico School of Medicine 1993 1983 PA May, KJ Hymbaugh, JM Aase, JM Samet. Epidemiology of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome among American Indians of the Southwest. Social Biology 30(4):374-387 Samuels, Ina Tufts University 1965 1965 SG Vandenberg, PJ Clark, Ina Samuels. Psychophysiological Reactions of Twins: Hereditary Factors in Galvanic Skin Resistance, Heartbeat and Breathing Rates. Eugenics Quarterly 12:7-10 Sander, Prof. William Reviewer, Social Biology DePaul U, Economics 1987-2011 1992 William Sander. Unemployment and marital status in Great Britain. Social Biology, 39(3/4), 299305 1990 William Sander. More on the determinants of the fertility transition. Social Biology 37:1-21-2, 5258 Sanders*, Mr. Joseph Member 1956 Sanger*, Grant Member 1930 d. 1989. Margaret Sanger's son: 3 children, 11 grandchildren; Board member, Margaret Sanger Research Bureau; Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Surgeon 1955-1977

Sanger*, Margaret Member 1930, 1956; Member, English Eugenics Society 1879-1966 "Eugenics without Birth Control ... cannot stand against the furious winds of economic pressure ... Before eugenicists and others who are laboring for racial betterment can succeed, they must first clear the way for birth control. Like the advocates for birth control, the eugenicists, for instance, are seeking to assist the race toward the elimination of the unfit. Both are seeking a single end but they lay emphasis upon different methods ... eugenicists imply or insist that a woman's first duty is to the state; we contend that her duty to herself is her first duty to the state." Margaret Sanger in "Birth Control and Racial Betterment", Birth Control Review, Feb. 1919, p. 11 And see Margaret Sanger's Eugenic Legacy: The Control of Female Fertility By Angela Franks (McFarland 2005) At last, a meticulously researched and carefully referenced work on the history and ideology of Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood. Order your copy today http://www.angelafranks.com/ Sanghvi*, Lalit D Referee, Social Biology 1975 Human Variation Unit, Indian Cancer Research Centre, Bombay 1954; Indian Cancer Research Centre, Bombay 1966 1970 LD Sanghvi*. Changing patterns of caste in India. Social Biology 17(4):299-301 and Book Review. Social Biology 17, 3 1966 (1982) LD Sanghvi*. Inbreeding in India. Eugenics Quarterly 13, 4: 291-301, then republished in 1982 Social Biology 29: 106-117 as one of the most popular articles 1959 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 6, 3 1954 LD Sanghvi*. Genetic diversity in the people of Western India. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 (From First UN sponsored World Population Conference, Rome 1954) Sank PhD, Diane ASHG, Member 1954; Medical Genetics, Columbia U 1954 1971 Book Review. Social Biology 18, 4 1967 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 14, 4 1965 John D Rainer, L Erlenmeyer‐Kimling, Arthur Falek, Lissy F Jarvik, Diane Sank. Tribute to Franz J Kallmann 1897-1965. Eugenics Quarterly 12, 2 1956 D Sank, FJ Kallmann. Genetic and eugenic aspects of early total deafness. Eugenics Quarterly 3, 2 1955 Book Review. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 2 Santiso, Roberto Executive Director, Asociacion Probienstar de Familia, Guatemala City, Guatemala 1987 1981 R Santiso, MA Pineda, M Marroquín, JT Bertrand. Vasectomy in Guatemala: a follow-up study of five hundred acceptors. Social Biology 28(3-4):253-64 Santow, Gigi U Stockholm, Demography Unit, Senior Research Associate 1999; Demography and Australian Family Project, Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia 1989 Population Council, PDR

1989 Gigi Santow, Michael Bracher. Do gravidity and age affect pregnancy outcome? Social Biology 36, 1 Sargent*, Mr. Homer Member 1956 Sarto, Gloria E. Member 1974 Government Money 5K12HD055894-04 Sarto, Gloria Elizabeth University of Wisconsin Madison BIRCWH: Training in Health Disparities Research in Diverse Populations of Women And 2010 NICHD 5T32HD049302-04 Sarto, Gloria Elizabeth University of Wisconsin - Madison Health Disparities Research Scholars (HDRS) Program Sastry* PhD, Prof. Narayan Biodemography and Social Biology, Editorial Board 2010-11; Referee, Social Biology U Michigan: Population Studies Center, 2009-2011; RAND: Labor and Population 2009-2010; PhD 1995 Office of Population Research, Princeton 2009 Narayan Sastry, Katherine McGonagle, Robert M Schoeni. Introduction to the Special Issue on the Scientific Assessment of Biomeasures in the Panel Study on Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):113-117 Government Money: 2012 NICHD 5R01HD058535-04 Sastry, Narayan Emerging Disparities In Chronic Disease Risk Among Young Adults 2011 NICHD 5R01HD058535-03 Emerging Disparities in Chronic Disease Risk among Young Adults 2011 NICHD 1R01HD069609-01 Sastry, Narayan University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Family Dynamics, Fertility, and Investments in Children across Generations 2011 NICHD 5R01HD033474-11 Sastry, Narayan University of Michigan At Ann Arbor Children in Transition to Adulthood: Family and Sibling Connections 2010 NICHD 5R01HD033474-10 Sastry, Narayan University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Children in Transition to Adulthood: Family and Sibling Connection

And 2010 NICHD 5R01HD052646-04 Sastry, Narayan University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Transitions from Preschool through High School: Family, Schools & Neighborhoods and 2010 NICHD 5R01HD058535-02 Sastry, Narayan University of Michigan At Ann Arbor Emerging Disparities in Chronic Disease Risk among Young Adults And 2010 NICHD 5R01HD059106-03 Sastry, Narayan Rand Corporation [sic] Survey of New Orleans Residents Displaced by Hurricane Katrina And 2010 NICHD 5R01HD059779-02 Sastry, Narayan University of Michigan At Ann Arbor Creating a Lifecourse Panel from Birth to Early Adulthood Satterthwaite*, Adeline P. Member 1974 Population Council 1968, 1974 ran pill trials for Clarence Gamble q.v. and Pathfinder Fund in Humacao, Puerto Rico; her work represented one fourth of the case histories presented to the FDA when the Pill was approved Satyavada, Aravinda Seghal Foundation UNFPA 2004 Kansas State U 1997-2002 2000 A Satyavada, DJ Adamchak. Determinants of current use of contraception and children ever born in Nepal. Social Biology 47(1-2):51-60 Saul*, Prof. Frank P Member 1974 Medical College Ohio (merged w/ U Toledo 2006) Anatomy 1979, Emeritus 2009 Savage, Joanne 2003 Department of Justice, Law and Society, American University, Washington, DC 2003 Joanne Savage, Bryan Vila. Human ecology, crime, and crime control: Linking individual behavior and aggregate crime. Social Biology 50, 1-2 Savarinathan, Gemma 1969 Human Genetics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1969 WR Centerwall, G Savarinathan, LR Mohan, V Booshanam, M Zachariah. Inbreeding patterns in rural South India. Social Biology 16:2 Saxena, GB

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Schacht, Lee E U Minnesota, Public Health, Maternal and Child Health, Human Genetics 1961 LE Schacht. Genetic counseling: at the Minnesota State Board of Health. Eugenics Quarterly 8:226-8. Schachter MD PhD, Joseph University of Pittsburgh: Graduate School of Public Health, Epidemiology, 1982, 1984, 1987 and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh Child Guidance Center, 1969, 1974, 1998 Columbia U, Psychoanalytic Clinic for Training and Research 2008 1971 G Allen, J Schachter. Ease of conception in mothers of twins. Social Biology 18(1):18-27 Schapiro, Morgan Owen 1979 Economics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 1979 RA Easterlin, MO Schapiro. Homicide and fertility rates in the United States: a comment. Social Biology 26(4):341-3 Scheinfeld*, Amram Member 1974 1897-1979; ASHG, Member 1954 1976 A Scheinfeld. Further notes on dizygotic twinning-rate changes. Social Biology 23(1):82-5. 1958 A Scheinfeld. Changing Attitudes toward Human Genetics and Eugenics. Eugenics Quarterly 5: 145-153 Schimmele, Christoph M Student, Sociology, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 2005-2011 2009 Zheng Wu, Xueyan Yang, Shuzhuo Li, Christophe Schimmele. Developing Scales for Measuring Gender Behaviors in Reproductive Health in Rural China. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1 Schnaiberg, A Referee, Social Biology 197, 1979 Schnittker PhD, Jason University of Pennsylvania, Graduate Group in Demography 2009-2011 and Population Studies Center 2009-2011 and Sociology 2009-11; PhD Indiana U 2001 2011 Hans-Peter Kohler*, Jere R Behrman, Jason Schnittker. Social Science Methods for Twins Data: Integrating Causality, Endowments, and Heritability. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 88-141. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 2004 Psychological Factors as Mechanisms for Socioeconomic Disparities in Health: A Critical Appraisal of Four Common Factors. Social Biology 51, No. 1-2 Schneider, Stephanie MR University of Arizona, Psychology 2005; worked with JE King, AJ Figueredo of U Arizona-Tucson, Psychology 2004 Aurelio Jose Figueredo, Stephanie MR Schneider, Geneva Vásquez, Barbara Brumbach. The Heritability of Life History Strategy: The K-Factor, Covitality, and Personality. Social Biology 51, 3-4 and see

2007 Aurelio José Figueredo q.v., Geneva Vásquez q.v., Stephanie MR Schneider q.v, Barbara Brumbach. The K-Factor, Covitality and Personality: A Psychometric Test of Life History. Human Nature 18, No. 1, pp. 47–73. Schoen, Prof. Robert Referee, Social Biology 1980 Pennsylvania State University, Sociology and Demography, Emeritus 2011 and Population Research Institute 2009, Emeritus 2011; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012 Population Council, PDR 2000 R Schoen, Nan Marie Astone, Constance A Nathanson, Young J Kim, Nancy Murray. The Impact of Fertility Intentions on Behavior: The Case of Sterilization. Social Biology 47: 61-76 1976 R Schoen. Measuring Mortality Trends and Differentials. Social Biology 23: 235-243 DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2011 Robert Schoen. Age-specific growth, reproductive values, and intrinsic r. Demographic Research 24 2009 R. Schoen. The metastable birth trajectory. Demographic Research 21, 25 The metastable model generalizes the stable population model by allowing net maternity to change exponentially over age and time. As a result, the metastable model generates an exponentially quadratic birth trajectory, which is characterized by a constant proportion of births by age of mother. The metastable model is well suited to analyzing steady fertility declines and transitions between two regimes of fixed vital rates. 2005 Robert Schoen. Intrinsically dynamic population models. Demographic Research 12, 3 2003 Robert Schoen, Stefan H. Jonsson. A diminishing population whose every cohort more than replaces itself. Demographic Research 9, 6 2003 Robert Schoen, Stefan H. Jonsson. Estimating multistate transition rates from population distributions. Demographic Research 9, 1 2002 Robert Schoen. On the Impact of Spatial Momentum. Demographic Research 6, 3 2001 Robert Schoen. Toward a General Model for Populations with Changing Rates. Demographic Research 4, 6 Schoeni, Prof. Robert Associate Director, the Panel Study on Income Dynamics (2001-2011) which is the subject of a special issue of Biodemography and Social Biology (2009, 55(2)); 2009 Robert M Schoeni, Naryan Sastry, Katherine McGonagle,. Introduction to the Special Issue on the Scientific Assessment of Biomeasures in the Panel Study on Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology 55(2):113-117 U Michigan: Institute for Social Research, Population Studies Center 2010-2011, Panel Study on Income Dynamics, Associate Director 2001-2010 and Co-director Michigan Center on the Demography of Aging 2009-2010 (Funded by the BSR at National Institute on Aging NIA/NIH) and Economics and Public Policy; Senior Economist, Council of Economic Advisers, Executive Office of the President of the United States, President Clinton 1998-99; PhD 1992 U Michigan] DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2003 Robert F Schoeni, Darius N Lakdawalla. Is nursing home demand affected by the decline in age difference between spouses? Demographic Research 8, 10 Schonmuller*, Judith M.

Member 1974 Schreider, Eugene 1967 Laboratoire de Biométrie Humaine, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France 1967 Eugene Schreider. Physiological changes in successive pregnancies and birth-order effects. Eugenics Quarterly 14(1):75-6. Schrock, Nicholas W 1964 Economics, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 1964 JW Leasure, NW Schrock. White and Nonwhite Fertility by Census Tract for 1960. Eugenics Quarterly 11:148-53. Schuett MS, Virginia E 1984 Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1984 HS Barden, R Kessel, V Schuett. The Costs and Benefits of Screening for PKU in Wisconsin. Social Biology. 31(1-2):1 Schuckit*, Dr. Marc A. Member 1974 University of California at San Diego, Psychiatry 1998 Schull*, Prof. William J. Member 1974, 1992; Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976 Associate editor, American Society of Human Genetics 1954; Heredity Clinic, U Michigan-Ann Arbor 1954 1962 WJ Schull. Inbreeding and maternal effects in the Japanese. Eugenics Quarterly 9, 1. 1959 WJ Schull. Inbreeding effects on man. Eugenics Quarterly 6, 2 Schulsinger MD, Fini Psychological Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark 1976 1982 SA Mednick, E Mura, F Schulsinger, B Mednick. Perinatal conditions and infant development in children with schizophrenic parents. Social Biology, 29(3-4):264-275, 1982 1973 SA Mednick, E Mura, F Schulsinger, B Mednick. Erratum and further analysis: "perinatal conditions and infant development in children with schizophrenic parents". Social Biology 20(1):111-2. Schultz*, Prof. T. Paul Member 1974; Dir. 1986-90; Member 1995 Population Council, PDR RAND; Yale; World Bank; Rockefeller Foundation; National Academy of Science (see Kenneth Prewitt for similar interlocking) Background “Dr. E. William Colglazier, executive officer of the National Academy of Sciences, was indignant when first asked about eugenics influence on his organization. Calling the idea "totally outrageous," he asked for claims in writing. After receiving over one-hundred pages of documentation---none of which he challenged--Dr. Colglazier issued the following statement in a letter: Eugenics, defined as the study of hereditary improvement of the human race by controlled selective breeding, is a discredited science. The National Academies, which includes the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council, have no connection with and do not support eugenics as a science or as a social policy.

In the interview, Colglazier had said he was not familiar with SSSB. After receiving the documentation, he remarked in his letter: "Because a number of distinguished Academy members currently belong to this scientific society, I doubt very much that it promotes or encourages eugenics." From the Meehan Reports http://www.meehanreports.com/what%27swrong.html “I am an ostrich” – What one of the guardians of our knowledge and liberties said (see below) when confronted with the continuing presence of eugenics. (It’s a well known fact that the Nazi plans represented the thought of the most distinguished scientists in academic Germany of the Thirties. This validated eugenics for society as a whole. Anyone who knows history should expect to find distinguished scientists and academics among those supporting eugenics whenever it appears. To say, as Colglazier did, that prominent academics would not support eugenics, is ignorance or moral cowardice.] DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2002 T. Paul Schultz*, Yi Zeng, Deming D. Wang, Danan Gu. Association of Divorce with SocioDemographic Covariates in China, 1955-1985: Event History Analysis Based on Data Collected in Shanghai, Hebei, and Shaanxi. Demographic Research 7, 11 Schutjer, Prof. Wayne A Pennsylvania State U, Agricultural Economics 1968, 1980, 1986 and Population Issues Research Center (Population Research Center) 1980, 1986 1986 WA Schutjer, CS Stokes, JR Poindexter. Why not use contraception? Economics of fertility regulation among rural Egyptian women. Social Biology 33, no3-4, pp. 214-228 Schvaneveldt, Prof. Jay D Utah State U, Family, Consumer and Human Development 1995-(2009) 1978 GR Adams, N Bueche, JD Schvaneveldt. Contemporary views of euthanasia [or AVE]: A regional assessment, Social Biology 25:548-560 Schwager, Steven J 2000 Biometrics Unit, Cornell University, Ithaca 2000 C Ahiadeke, DT Gurak, SJ Schwager. “Breastfeeding behavior and infant survival with emphasis on reverse causation bias: some evidence from Nigeria”, Social Biology 47, 1-2:94-113 Scott, Eugenie C. Member 1974 prominent in devising evolutionary curricula and prominent in disputes over teaching creationism; less quick to explain her support for eugenics 1984 Book Review. Social Biology 31, 3-4 Scott*, Prof. John Paul Member 1956, 1974; Director 1959-63; vice president 1964-65; 1966-71 (June); Referee, Social Biology 1975 Bowling Green State U; Bar Harbor 1954; ASHG, Member 1954 1987 On genetics and criminal behavior. Social Biology 34:3-43-4, 256-265 1961 Gordon Allen, Dudley Kirk, JP Scott, HL Shapiro, Bruce Wallace. “Statement of the Eugenic Position: By the Special Committee of the Board of Directors American Eugenics Society”, Eugenics Quarterly 8: 181-184.

1954 JL Fuller*, JP Scott*. Heredity and Learning in Infrahuman Mammals. Eugenics Quarterly 1 (1) from Genetic factors affecting intelligence: Symposium. Chairman, Frederick Osborn. The three papers in this symposium were presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Human Genetics and the American Eugenics Society at Boston, Mass., in conjunction with the meetings of the AAAS on December 29, 1953 1953 JP Scott*. New Directions in the Genetic Study of Personality and Intelligence. Eugenical News, 1953 Scrimshaw*, Susan Dir. 1986-88 Pathfinder Fund 2007; like the Pathfinder Fund, Scrimshaw is a specialist in destroying the family and fertility of countries or cultures opposed to birth control (such as Latin America or the Moslem areas of English cities). Population Council, PDR 1974 KH Chen, SM Wishik, S Scrimshaw. Effects of Unstable Sexual Unions on Fertility in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Social Biology 21:353-359 Seals, Brenda F U Iowa Hospitals, Pediatrics 1984 1985 BF Seals, EE Ekwo, RA Williamson, JW Hanson. “Moral and religious influences on the amniocentesis decision”, Social Biology 32, 1-2:13-30 Sear, Rebecca** UK, Galton Institute Council member 2009-11 London School of Economics, Population Studies 2009 2006 Size-dependent reproductive success in Gambian men: does height or weight matter more? Social Biology 53(3-4) Seashore, Margaretta Referee, Social Biology 1980 Seeman*, Prof. Teresa Society for the Study of Social Biology Board of Directors 2000-2008 Class of 2001 USC/UCLA, California Center for Population Research (now Center of Biodemography and Population Health) 2009, co-director 2011; UCLA School of Medicine, Geriatrics 2011; UCLA Hartford Center for Excellence (trains fellows in geriatric medicine), co-director 2011; National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health) Consultant, Wave 4 Population Council, PDR Background: “Seeman and colleagues have been collaborating on analyses that focus on the biological mechanisms through which SES differences in health arise and the biological mechanisms that intervene between social and psychological characteristics and health outcomes.” From http://www.usc.edu/dept/gero/CBPH/people.html#directors viewed 12/8/201 Sefcek, Jon Adam Referee for “Journal for the Society of the Study of Social Biology” Psychology, Kent State 2011; Psychology, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York 2010; U Arizona-Tucson, Psychology 2005

2010 AJ Figueredo, JA Sefcek. A life-history model of human fitness indicators. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 1 Segal*, Sheldon Dir. 1969-80, 1987-92; Referee, Social Biology 1975 1926-2009; Population Council (1956-(2009); Biomedical Division: asst. med. dir. 1956-63, med. dir. 1963-78; v.p. 1969-76, sr. v.p. 1976-78; distinguished scientist 2009) Rockefeller Foundation, Director, Population Sciences 1978-(1992), emeritus 1992-2008 developed IUD’s and Norplant 1960 Sheldon Segal. Biologic Concepts of sex and reproduction. Eugenics Quarterly 7 Sell PhD, Ralph R University of Rochester, Sociology 1983 1978 CS Stokes, RR Sell. Pronatalism and fertility: the case of the military. Social Biology 25(4):259-71 1978 RR Sell, KJ Roghmann, RA Doherty. Attitudes toward abortion and prenatal diagnosis of fetal abnormalities: implications for educational programs, Social Biology 25(4):288-301 Sellon*, Mrs. John Member 1956 Sembajwe, Isreal S 1981 Bralup, University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania 1981 Education and accuracy of age reporting among Yoruba females in Western Nigeria. Social Biology 27(4):294-303. (1977) Fertility and Child Mortality Levels and Differentials Among the Yoruba of Western Nigeria. PhD thesis, Australian National University] And Background: An Interesting Study of the Causes of the Fertility Collapse in Africa – Before it Happened. Take away the social supports mentioned here and the family collapses followed by fertility collapse. Title: Socio-cultural supports for high fertility in Buganda. IS SEMBAJWE. In: The Economic and Social Supports for High Fertility: Proceedings of the Conference held in Canberra, 16-18 Nov. 1976. Edited by L.T. Ruzicka. Canberra, Australian National Univ., Dept. of Demography, and Development Studies Center, 1977, pp. 135-154. (Family and Fertility Change: Changing African Family Project Series; 2) “Abstract: Research by the Department of Demography, Australian National University, into the role of children in 1 African community concluded that, while the financial strains of having too many children are recognized, they do not cause people to have fewer children than they consider socially desirable. This paper analyzes and affirms the relevance of that research to the Ganda society of Southern Uganda. The Ganda live in individual family households loosely organized into villages. Community feeling and cooperation are high and clan relationships are maintained. Marriage is usually arranged by parents and other relatives. Payment of bridewealth is an indication of the groom's family's commitment to the marriage, not an act of purchase or a sign of female inferiority. Marriage imposes reciprocal rights and obligations on the couple and their kinsmen. The procreative aspect of marriage is stressed, together with economic and family alliance aspects. Children, especially sons, are greatly desired. Barrenness is grounds for separation or polygamy. Family planning is suspected of causing

barrenness and is condemned. Children are seen as wealth, a guarantee of continuity, and as social prestige. Only a son can perform requisite burial and end-of-mourning ceremonies. Extended family obligations and mutual self-help within kinship groups often include sending young children to grandparents for several years. Children's household duties start early; the recent advent of compulsory education has added to parents' expenses and disrupted this pattern. While people are becoming aware of economic strains, children are still socially desirable. Signs of change are appearing among the "new elite," 5% of the population, who are educated, urbanized and beginning to feel obligations to a narrower circle of relatives and are beginning to buy life insurance policies to make them independent of kin. However, they still have large families and maintain ties with villages. Real change will take 2 to 3 generations, when this group represents a larger proportion of the population. Senior*, Mr. Clarence Member 1956 International Planned Parenthood Federation (Western Hemisphere Regional Council 1961-62); Sociology, Brooklyn College Sermsri, Santhat Mahidol U, Thailand 1993 1992 John N Edwards, Theodore D Fuller, Santhat Sermsri, Sairudee Vorakitphokatorn. Household Crowding and Reproductive Behavior. Social Biology 39:212-230 Sethna, Christabelle Institute of Women's Studies, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 2009 2009 Michael A Robidoux, François Haman, Christabelle Sethna. The Relationship of the Burbot (Lota lota L.) to the Reintroduction of Off-the-Land Foods in the Sandy Lake First Nation Community. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1 Background: The burbot (Lota lota) is the only freshwater cod-like fish. From en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burbot Settle, Jaime E PhD student at U California San Diego in Political Science, PhD expected in 2012, MA UCSD 2009; Genome Wide Analysis Workshop for Social Scientists, Short Course, University of Colorado Population Center, 2011 2011 Peter K Hatemi, Christopher T Dawes, Amanda Frost-Keller, Jaime E Settle, Brad Verhulst. Integrating Social Science and Genetics: News from the Political Front. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 67-87. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 Research Grants National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, “Doctoral Dissertation Research in Political Science: Political Competition, Anxiety and Voting – The Moderating Role of Individual Differences” (with James Fowler), 2011-2012 ($12,000) SES-1123226 National Science Foundation, “Gene-Environment Interactions with the Political Context” (with James Fowler), 2008-2009 ($30,000) SES-084390 Sewell*, William H Dir. 1991 Chancellor, U Wisconsin; worked with Robert Hauser* on the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study

1988 Robert D Retherford*, William H. Sewell*. Intelligence and family size reconsidered. Social Biology, 35(1-2) Shackelford, Prof. Todd K 2005 TK Shackelford, Joshua Duntley. Toward an evolutionary forensic psychology. Social Biology 51, 3-4 [and see “Sex, Status, and Criminality: A Theoretical Nexus” Lee Ellis*, Social Biology 51, 3-4 and “A reply to Duntley, Shackelford and Tittle”, Lee Ellis*, Social Biology 51, 3-4] Shain, Prof. Rochelle N U Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio 1987-(2010) and Psychiatry 1987-(2010); led SAFE (Sexual Awareness for Everyone) study sponsored by NIAID/NIH 1984 RN Shain, WB Miller*, AE Holden. The decision to terminate childbearing: differences in preoperative ambivalence between tubal ligation women and vasectomy wives. Social Biology 31(12):40-58 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1985 RN Shain, WB Miller*. Married women and contraceptive sterilization: factors that contribute to pre-surgical ambivalence. Journal of Biosocial Science 17(4):471-9. Background: For more than 20 years, NIAID has funded the Sexual Awareness for Everyone (SAFE) study at The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, targeting risky sexual behaviors in African- and Mexican-American communities that often lead to sexually transmitted infections (STIs). … “We believed that STIs could be prevented through a culture- and gender-specific behavioral-cognitive intervention,” explained anthropologist Rochelle Shain, Ph.D., who led the study.” From http://www.niaid.nih.gov/topics/std/research/ Shajy, KI 1997 International Institute for Population Sciences, Govandi Station Road, Deonar, Bombay, India 1997 SR Rao, A Pandey, KI Shajy. Child mortality in Goa: a cross-sectional analysis. Social Biology 44(12):101-10 Shamer* MD, Dr. Maurice E. Member 1956 Shanahan, Mike Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 Sociology, Duke University 2009 Background: How DRD2 is used as a marker in place of skin color or race in research funded by NIA (See Vaske, Beaver et al) “As a sociological social psychologist, I *Mike Shanahan+ would emphasize the importance of (1) the measurement of phenotypes and social contexts; (2) heightened attention to research methodologies that are sensitive to the discovery of valid mixtures in a population; (3) and heightened attention— both conceptual and methodological---to gene-environment correlations. My present research focuses on genes associated with dopamine receptors (e.g., DRD2 TaqI) and

educational performance and attainment. The basic argument is threefold: (1) DRD2 A1+ (A1A1 and A1A2) undermines the capacity of people to perform well (and, thus, to achieve great things) in highly structured, bureaucratic settings (such as schools). (2) In such situations, however, the student’s social capital (i.e., his or her relationships with other people) may compensate for this propensity for counterproductive behaviors. (3) Nevertheless, people with A1+ are not likely to have the high levels of social capital necessary to negate the effect of A1+ on continuation. Simply put, social capital can compensate for DRD2 A1+, but people with A1+ are unlikely to have sufficient social capital in the first place. (1) What does “undermines the capacity of people to perform well in bureaucratic settings” mean? That is, what specific behavioral phenotypes mediate genetic activity and poor performance? This is a difficult question to answer because one must rely on many different types of studies—involving nonhuman animals and humans—and then link those studied phenotypes with specific behaviors in specific complex settings like schools. Ideally, there would be interplay between scientists conducting such research, and scientists studying people in “realworld” settings. (2) Exactly how should social context (in this case, social capital) be measured? A great deal of research shows that social context is often multidimensional and it is how the multiple dimensions are organized that determines their meaning. For example, the same sets of variables are used to distinguish “organized” and “disorganized” neighborhoods – it is how the constituent elements are interrelated that differentiates the two types. A great deal of research also shows that social contexts have dynamic properties that are often highly salient with respect to behavior. For example, many temporal distinctions are known to be useful in the study of poverty and well-being (e.g., duration, periodicity, chronocity, etc.). Especially in aging studies, longitudinal patterns of social context—perhaps beginning in utero—may be of great consequence. Thus, social context is multidimensional and dynamic, and measures that fail to account for these complexities are likely to be misleading. (3) The implications of the foregoing are that behavior and context have two levels of complexity (multidimensionality and dynamics) that must be captured by measures and methods. How to do this? More attention should be paid to methods that are well-suited to capture high levels of interaction among and between genetic, behavioral, and contextual variables. My own research is presently drawing upon combinatorics, which defines sets of people based on genetic and contextual variables, and then examines patterns between sets and behavioral outcomes. This family of analytic strategies is quite sensitive to high levels of interaction, and has illustrated the pitfalls of generalized linear models that assume additivity. For example, school quality can compensate for DRD2, but only if accompanied by highly educated parents who are involved in the school. Such a finding makes conceptual sense (and was replicated across white and black male samples). It was relatively easy to discover when the data were analyzed in terms of set theory, but it almost certainly would not have been discovered has a typical generalized linear framework been used. My overarching point is that we should assume high levels of interaction and dynamic properties of context and behavior and hence more attention should be paid to innovative methods. In fact, drawing on the DNA sub sample of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health), I find strong support for all three expectations. For example, A1+ decreases the likelihood of continuing one’s education beyond high school among both white and black boys (but not white or black girls). Further, both groups of boys with A1+ and with good social capital—they talk to their parents about school, their parents are highly educated, their parents are involved in school through PTA etc., and the school is of high quality--are as likely to

continue to college/university as boys with A1- and equally good social capital. Finally, boys with A1+ are less likely to have such good social capital in the first place when compared with boys with A1-. In other words, DRD2 A1+ decreases the likelihood of continuation to college/university; but this effect is completely negated by high social capital; but boys with A1+ are unlikely to have such high social capital. This pattern is an example of a simultaneous geneenvironment interaction and correlation.” FROM Behavioral and Social Research Program (BSR), National Institute on Aging (NIA) , National Institutes of Health (NIH), “Social Neuroscience of Aging Exploratory Workshop”, Background Materials and Statements from February 2007 Workshop Participants” online at CiteSeeRx Government Money: 2010 NICHD 1R01HD061622-01A1 Shanahan, Michael J University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Genetic Risk, Pathways to Adulthood, and Health Inequalities And 2010 NICHD 5R21HD050261-02 Shanahan, Michael J University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill Antisocial Behavior, Genetics, and The Life Course Shapiro*, Harry L Director 1947-52; v.p. 1954-55; Pres. 1956-63; Director 1964-73; Member 1974 1902-1990; ASHG, Member 1954 1990 Obit for Shapiro in Social Biology: Harry L. Shapiro 1902-1990. Social Biology 37(3-4):270-1. 1982 HL Shapiro. In memory of Frederick H. Osborn. Social Biology 29(1-2):i-iv (reprinted 1982) [Frederick Osborn was supremely important in post-war eugenics] 1966 book review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 2 1961 Gordon Allen, Dudley Kirk, John Paul Scott, HL Shapiro, Bruce Wallace. Statement of the eugenic position. Eugenics Quarterly 8:181-4, 1961 Dec 1959 HL Shapiro. Eugenics and Future Society. Eugenics Quarterly, 6, 3 Sharp, Prof. Susan F U Oklahoma, Sociology 2003-2011; PhD 1996 U Texas 1981 Susan F Sharp. Adamchak's [q.v] ideal family size and family background: a research note. Social Biology 28(3-4):328-33 Shaw, Kristen 2004 Community Prevention and Intervention Unit, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 2004 Kristen Shaw, Paul A. Nakonezny, Joseph L Rodgers*. Did Births Decline in the United States after the Enactment of No-Fault Divorce Law? Social Biology 50, 3-4 Shaw* MD, Prof. Margery W Member 1974 University Michigan-Ann Arbor, Human Genetics 1964 Background: American Society of Human Genetics Ethics Statement “the 40-year-old “Statement on the Issue of Privacy and Genetic Testing” *of the ASHG+ prepared under the leadership of Margery Shaw. It is as valid today as it was then.

“All men are not created equal. This is a biologic fact. As we learn more and more about our genetic makeup, this fact will loom as an ever-increasing threat to our social equality. It has been estimated that each of us carries about 5 to 10 deleterious genes. Many of them are mere nuisances, causing some of us to be short or colorblind or have webbed toes. Other genes are more incapacitating, producing hypercholesterolemia, an allergy to penicillin, or mental retardation. Still others cause 1ifelong suffering or fatal disease. As we increase our knowledge about the diversity of our genes and the diversity of our environment, it is likely that we will discover that changes in our environment (such as industrial pollutants and mutagenic chemicals) will produce different effects in different people. This will cause some of us to be stigmatized, perhaps making us ineligible for certain types of employment or general insurance coverage. As more genetic screening tests are developed, it is inevitable that genetic data banks will proliferate. This, in turn, will raise grave ethical and legal questions. Should genetic testing be compulsory or voluntary? How is the privacy of the person being screened protected? Who will have access to our genotypes? Employers? Teachers? Insurance carriers? Government? Are our genes privately owned or do they belong to Society? Is the right to reproduce an inalienable (constitutional) right or should reproduction be monitored and in some cases prohibited in order to [e]nsure a healthy gene pool for future generations? It is important that we learn more about our present genetic diversity. It is also important that research be conducted to better understand how industrial, nutritional, and drug technologies affect our genes by producing mutations, cancer, and birth defects. But we should proceed with proper caution, respecting the rights of privacy and confidentiality. Otherwise, new gains in knowledge may be paid for by the development of a genetic caste system, producing unequal social opportunities based on biological differences. Any legislation designed to inquire into the human health hazards of environmental pollution should include safeguards to protect the privacy of individuals being studied. Statement prepared by: Margery W. Shaw, M.D., J.D. Director, Medical Genetics Center The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston” from A Short History of the ASHG at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2556423/ Shaw*, Richard Member (Foreign) 1974; Canada Sheets, John W 1980 Sociology and Anthropology, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri 1980 Population structure of depreciated communities: I. The 1977 genetic demographies of Colonsay and Jura Islands, the Scottish Inner Hebrides. Social Biology 27, 114-129 Shell-Duncan, Bettina U Washington Seattle: Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology 2009-2011 and Biocultural Anthropology 2009-2011; PhD 1994 Pennsylvania State, Anthropology, student of James Wood*, Thesis: Determinants of Infant and Childhood Morbidity Among Nomadic Turkana Pastoralists of Northwest Kenya 1999 B Shell-Duncan. Premarital childbearing in Northwest Kenya: challenging the concept of illegitimacy. Social Biology 46, 1-2 Sheps, Mindel C 1913-1973; Harvard Medical School, Preventive Medicine; School of Public Health, Columbia U 1966

1969 Jeanne Clare Ridley*, Mindel C Sheps, Joan W Lingner, Jane A Menken*. On the apparent subfecundity of non-family planners. Social Biology 16 (March): 24-28 1966 book review, Eugenics Quarterly 13, 3 Sherrod*, Lonnie R. Treas. 1984-90 Shiao, Jiannbin Lee Reviewer, Social Biology Sociology, U Oregon 1999-(2011) Shideler*, Prof. W. H. Member 1930, 1956 Shine*, Ian Member 1974 Shin, Prof. Eui Hang (Ken) University of South Carolina-Columbia: Sociology, Emeritus (2009-2011) and Walker Institute of International and Area Studies (Associate) (2009); PhD 1971 U Pennsylvania 1975 EH Shin. Economic and social correlations of infant mortality: A cross-sectional and longitudinal analysis of 63 countries. Social Biology 22, 4 Shirer MA, Robin 2001 Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago 2001 Robin Shirer, Bradley Gray, Gwendolyn T Morgan. Condom use and partner characteristics among young adult males in urban Ghana, aged 15-24. Social Biology 48, 3-4 Sholte, F Glenn 1973 Genetics Laboratory, Department of Pediatrics, West Virginia University, Morgantown 1973 RC Juberg, CR Goshen, FG Sholte. Socioeconomic and Reproductive Characteristics of the Parents of Patients with the G1-trisomy Syndrome. Social Biology 20, 4 Short*, Glen B. Member 1974 Short, Susan E Reviewer, Social Biology Reviewer, Demographic Research 2010, 2012 Population Association of America, Board 2009 Brown U: Sociology 1997-2011 and Population Studies and Training Center 1997-2011 2010 Interaction of Genetics and Social Sciences Conference (IGSS): Susan Short. Age at Initiation of Smoking and Nicotine Dependence Shutt, J Eagle U.S. Army, Fort Drum, New York 2011

2011 J Eagle Shutt, J C Barnes, Kevin M Beaver, George E Higgins, Richard Tewksbury. Does Biology Underlie the Oldest Profession? Prostitution and Sex Disparities in John Behavior. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 2:155-170 Sibanda, Amson 1999 Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 1999 Amson Sibanda. Reproductive change in Zimbabwe and Kenya: The role of the proximate determinants in recent fertility trends. Social Biology 46(1-2): 82-99. Siegel, Earl Referee, Social Biology 1978 Siegel, Jay S Referee, Social Biology 1975 Siegel*, Paul B. Member 1974 Siever MD, Larry J Department of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York 1997 1991 RSE Keefe, JM Silverman, LJ Siever, BA Cornblatt. Refining Phenotype Characterization in GeneticLinkage Studies of Schizophrenia. Social Biology 38 (3-4): 197-218 Siervogel PhD, Prof. Roger M Wright State University School of Medicine: 1977–(2011) and Director, Lifespan Health Research Center, Dayton, Ohio 1993-2010 University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Postdoctoral, 1971–73, Human Genetics 1972 A Pakstis, S Scarr-Salapatek, RC Elston, R Siervogel. Genetic contributions to morphological and behavioral similarities among sibs and dizygotic twins: Linkages and allelic differences. Social Biology, 19:185-192 Sigvardsson, Soren 1981, 1985 Departments of Child and Youth Psychiatry, Umeå University School of Medicine, Umeå, Sweden 1985 S Sigvardsson, CR Cloninger, M Bohman. Prevention and treatment of alcohol abuse; uses and limitations of the high risk paradigm. Social Biology, 32:3-4, 185-194 [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] Sills*, David Dir. 1972 (December)-1974; Member 1974 Population Council: Demographic division, assoc. dir 1968-70; Bd. Dir., Population Council 1970-72 Government Money: Population Policy Formation and Implementation National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD) 1972 - 1973 Silveria*, Fernando Rodrigues da Member (Foreign) 1956; Brazil

Silverman PhD, Jeremy M 1997 Department of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York 1991 RSE Keefe, JM Silverman, LJ Siever, BA Cornblatt. Refining Phenotype Characterization in GeneticLinkage Studies of Schizophrenia. Social Biology 38 (3-4): 197-218 Simmons, Alan B Referee, Social Biology 1976 York University: Sociology, Emeritus (2009) and Past Director and Fellow, Centre for Research on Latin American and the Caribbean (CERLAC) (2009) Cornell, PhD 1970 1974 Alan B Simmons. Ambivalence toward small families in rural Latin America. Social Biology 21(2):127-43. Simpson* MD, Dr. Joe Leigh Member 1974 Singer*, Prof. Burton Dir. 1988-90 Princeton U: Office of Population Research (OPR) 2009 NBER Economics of Aging Program 2009 U Wisconsin-Madison, Center for Demography of Health and Aging 2009 Singer, G 1979 G Singer, Y Stern, H Van der Spy. Emotional disturbance in unplanned versus planned children. Social Biology 23:254–258 Singh*, Baljit Member (Foreign) 1956 Singh, BK 1979 Correlates of Attitudes towards Euthanasia. Social Biology, 26:247-253 Singh, Kaushalendra K Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA 1993 1994 Dilip C Nath, Kenneth C Land*, KK Singh. Birth spacing, breastfeeding and early child mortality in a traditional Indian society: a hazards model analysis. Social Biology 41(3-4): 168-180. 1994 KK Singh, CM Suchindran, RS Singh. Smoothed breastfeeding durations and waiting time to conception Social Biology 41(3-4):229-39 1993 DC Nath, KK Singh, KC Land, PK Talukdar. Breastfeeding and postpartum amenorrhea in a traditional society: a hazards model analysis. Social Biology 40(1-2):74-86 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1993 KK Singh, CM Suchindran, Vipin Singh, R Ramakumar. Analysis of birth intervals in India's Uttar Pradesh and Kerala states. Journal of Biosocial Science 25:143-153 Singh, KP 1974 Child mortality, social status, and fertility in India. Social Biology 21(4):385-8 Singh, Vipin Centre of Population Studies, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India 1993

1992 KK Singh, CM Suchindran, Vipin Singh, R Ramakumar. Age at return marriage, and timing of first birth in India's Uttar Pradesh and Kerala States. Social Biology 39(3):292-298 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 1992 KK Singh, CM Suchindran, Vipin Singh, R Ramakumar. Age at return marriage, and timing of first birth in India's Uttar Pradesh and Kerala States. Social Biology 39(3):292-298. Sinkewicz, Marilyn U Wisconsin Medical School 2006 Forthcoming 2009 "New Estimates of the Prevalence of Psychopathology among Men: Accounting for Nonresponse Bias” Biodemography and Social Biology http://community.ncfr.org/2007AnnualConference/Fragile%20Families.pdf or “The mental health of men: Accounting for missing data in prevalence estimates of depression, anxiety and substance dependence”, Biodemography and Social Biology from http://www.ssw.umich.edu/ResearchNewsletter/NewsletterFall07.pdf. 2006 The Mental Health of Men: Profiles and Life Trajectories of Urban American Fathers. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication Sinnock*, Pomeroy Member 1974 Sjogren, Torsten 1954 Karolinska Institute, University of Stockholm 1954 Distribution of genes affecting characteristics of the population Probable Trends. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 4 Sklar, June 1975 International Population and Urban Research, University of California, Berkeley 1975 B Berkov, J Sklar. Methodological options in measuring illegitimacy and the difference they make. Social Biology 22(4):356-71. Slade*, Valeda Secretary 1989-90 Population Council: 1984, 1985, 1986 editor, Studies in Family Planning Slater, Eliot (ES) Nazi trained 1971 JS Price, E Slater, EH Hare. Marital status of first admissions to psychiatric beds in England and Wales in 1965 and 1966. Social Biology 18:S74-94. 1971 Eliot Slater, EH Hare, JS Price. Marriage and fertility of psychotic patients compared to national data. Social Biology, 18(Suppl.):60-73, 1971. (Slater was Nazi trained) Slocomb, JC 1976 SJ Kunitz, JC Slocumb. The changing sex ratio of the Navajo tribe. Social Biology 23(1):33-44. Smith, Daniel Jordan

2000 Referee, Social Biology 2006-2011 Associate Director, Brown University, Population Studies and Training Center Population Council, PDR Smith, Prof. David Glen 1981 Anthropology, University of California-Davis 1981 DG Smith. Admixture and population replacement of the Sells Papago Indians: three strategies. Social Biology 28(1-2):126-44. 1976 DG Smith. The Effect of Emigration upon the Age-structure and Growth of a Traditional Reservation Population: The Papago of Southern Arizona. Social Biology 23:21-32. Smith, Prof. David P. 2003 Demography, U Texas School of Public Health-Houston 2003 Benjamin Bradshaw, David P Smith. Reconciling heart disease mortality and ICD codes, Social Biology 50, 1-2 (grants from the National Institute of Child Health and Development (NICHD/NIH) HD22491 supported research underlying this report) 1997 Benjamin S Bradshaw, David P Smith. The decline of tuberculosis mortality in an urban Mexican origin population, 1935-84. Social Biology 44:25-41. 1985 DP Smith. Regression analysis of "current status" life tables on duration of breastfeeding in Sri Lanka. Social Biology 32(1-2):90-101 1985 DP Smith. Breastfeeding in the United States. Social Biology 32(1-2):53-60 Smith, David W 2008 U Texas School of Public Health, San Antonio, Texas 2008 Benjamin S. Bradshaw, David W. Smith, Stephen Blanchard. Response to Noymer. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 2 2008 BS Bradshaw, DW Smith, KS Blanchard. A Cohort Study of Tuberculosis and Influenza Mortality in the Twentieth Century. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 Smith, Elmer R 1961 Brown University 1961 JB Bresler, Frances E Dunn, Helen L Urquhart, Elmer R Smith. The Human Biology of Academic Potential: A Proposed Investigation. Eugenics Quarterly 8, 1 [This investigation was supported by a research grant, B-2356, from the National Institute of Neuro1ogical Diseases and Blindness, Public Health Service] Smith, Prof. Gary Economics, Pomona College, Claremont, California 1981-2009 2000 “Are Jewish Deathdates Affected by the Timing of Holidays?”, w/ Peter Lee, Social Biology 47 (Spring-Summer 2000), 127–134 1998 “Can the Famous Really Postpone Death?”, w/Heather Royer, Social Biology, Fall-Winter, 302-305 Smith*, George D. Member 1956 Smith, JC 1981 СW Warren, JC Smith, RW Rochat, SE Holck. Contraceptive Sterilization: A Comparison of Mexican-Americans and Anglos Living in US Counties Bordering Mexico. Social Biology 28:265 JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE

1983 CW Warren, JC Smith, CW Tyler. Seasonal variation in suicide and homicide: a question of consistency. Journal of Biosocial Science 15(3):349-56. Smith*, Prof. Ken R Member, Board of Directors, Society for the Study of Social Biology (1996-2009, 2011), co-editor, Social Biology 2008-2011 (but see Kenneth Land) University of Utah, Family and Consumer Studies 2009-2012 and Associate Director, Pedigree and Population Resource, Huntsman Cancer Institute 2009 and Investigator, Institute for Public and International Affairs 2009 2006 Effects of Grandmothers and Grandfathers on Inclusive Fitness. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication. It revived as Biodemography and Social Biology with Ken Smith as co-editor with Tim Heaton 2003 KR Smith*, Nicholas Wolfinger, Lori Kowaleski-Jones. Double impact: What sibling data can tell us about the long-term negative effects of parental divorce. Social Biology, 50, 1-2 2002 LL Bean, Ken R Smith*, Geraldine P Mineau. Fertility and Post-Reproductive Longevity. Social Biology 49, 3-4 funded by two NIH grants 1998 Ken R Smith*, Jutta Joesch. Children's health and their mothers' risk of divorce or separation. Social Biology 45 3-4 1996 Ken R Smith*, Cathleen D Zick. The Risk of Mortality Following Widowhood: Gender Differences between Sudden and Expected Widowhood. Social Biology 43, 1-2 Government Money: “I have an on-going five-year NIA grant that is identifying socio-demographic and genetic factors that lead to exceptional survival in families. It remains

to be seen whether we will find the

fountain or leaky faucet of youth.” From interview in Population Association Newsletter
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Social Biology: Adventures in Publication 2003-2008 February 8th, 2009 · 1 Comment A couple weeks ago, a colleague wrote me asking for a pdf copy of a paper that I had in press. I told him that I would be happy to send him the file if I ever got it. You see, the paper had been “in press” since 2006. When I said this, he informed me that he was looking at the actual journal with my paper in it; he just wanted a pdf copy so he could use it in class. Since I had heard nothing about the publication and he just happened to be looking at the hard copy, I asked if he would be so kind as to send me the publication information so I could update my CV. The citation is as follows: Jones, J. H., and B. D. Ferguson. 2006. The Marriage Squeeze in Colombia, 1973-2005: The Role of Excess Male Death. Social Biology. 53 (3-4):140-151. 2006! How can a paper published in December of 2008 have a 2006 publication date on it? Turns out, it’s complicated. It seems that the journal Social Biology has been undergoing some substantial changes and has a horrible backlog of papers. Apparently there was a big debate at the board meeting

at last year’s PAA meeting about how to deal with this. The decision was to maintain continuity, which meant publishing papers in order even if the publication date was two years off at the time of publication. Smith, Tom W 1990 Tom W Smith. Discrepancies between Men and Women in Reporting Number of Sexual Partners: A Cross-National Comparison. Chicago: NORC, September, 1990, 25p. Published in Social Biology, 39 (Fall/Winter, 1992), 203-211. Smith-Lovin, Prof. Lynn Referee, Social Biology 1979, 1980 Duke U, Sociology 2009-2011; U Arizona-Tucson 2001; U South Carolina, Sociology 1982 1982 Lynn Smith-Lovin, Ann R Tickamyer. Fertility and Patterns of Labor Force Participation among Married Women. Social Biology 28: 81-95 Smits, Luc J Department of Medical Informatics, Epidemiology and Statistics, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Nijmegen The Hague 1997 Luc J. Smits, Piet H Jongbloet, Gerhard A Zielhuis. Fecundity of Daughters Born after Short, Intermediate, or Long Birth Intervals: An Analysis of Family Reconstitutions from the Netherlands, Late 19th-Early 20th Century. Social Biology 47, 1-2 1998 L J Smits, WL Nelen, MG Wouters, H Straatman, PH Jongbloet, GA Zielhuis. Conditions at conception in women with recurrent miscarriage. Social Biology 45(1-2):143-9. Smolen, Toni N Institute for Behavioral Genetics, University of Colorado, Boulder 2006, Assistant Director 2011 1985 TN Smolen, AC Collins. Neurochemical mechanisms in the genetics of alcohol phenotypes. Social Biology 32(3-4):255-71. [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] Snell*, George D. Member 1956 1903-1996; Nobel prize for medicine and physiology in 1980; histocompatibility Snow*, Prof. William F. Adv. Council 1923-40; Member 1930; Director 1936, 1939-46 American Social Hygiene Association Snyder*, Prof. Laurence H. Director 1947-49; v.p. 1950-52; Director 1954 (1901-1986); American Society of Human Genetics: First vice president 1948; Second President 1949; editor 1954; Life Member 1954 1937 LH Snyder, DF Davidson. Studies in human inheritance, XIII. The inheritance of taste deficiency to di-phenyl-guanidine. Eugenical News, 1937 Sobrero*, Aquiles J. Member 1974 1988 book review in Social Biology 35, 1-2 of Developments in Human Reproduction and Their Eugenic, Ethical Implications

1973 AJ Sobrero, KL Kohli, H Edey, JE Davis, R Karp. A vasectomy service in a free-standing family planning center: one year's experience. Social Biology 20(3):303-7 1973 KL Kohli, AJ Sobrero . Vasectomy: A study of psychosexual and general reactions. Social Biology 20, 3:298 – 30 Society for the Study of Social Biology – some articles 1993 Descriptions and Goals, Social Biology 40:158 1983 Message from the President of the Society for the Study of Social Biology: Social Biology – Whence and Whither, Social Biology 30: 112-114 (Frederick Osborn died in 1982 so this message is a response to the death of Osborn, a supremely important figure in post war eugenics. Naturally the question is Whence and whither. Richard Hazlet Osborne dominated the scene till 1999. "A New Name — Society for the Study of Social Biology (formerly the American Eugenics Society)," Social Biology 20, no. 1 (1973): 1. 22 1961 Gordon Allen, Dudley Kirk, JP Scott, HL Shapiro and Bruce Wallace (1961) “Statement of the Eugenic Position: By the Special Committee of the Board of Directors American Eugenics Society”, Eugenics Quarterly 8: 181-184. Reminiscences: The Role of Foundations, the Population Association of America, Princeton University and the United Nations in Fostering American Interest in Population Problems. Frank W. Notestein and Frederick W. Osborn. The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, Vol. 49, No. 4, Part 2: Forty Years of Research in Human Fertility: Retrospect and Prospect. Proceedings of a Conference Honoring Clyde V. Kiser. Held at the Carnegie Endowment International Center New York City, May 5-6, 1971 (Oct., 1971), pp. 67-8 1961 Gordon Allen, Dudley Kirk, JP Scott, HL Shapiro, Bruce Wallace. “Statement of the Eugenic Position: By the Special Committee of the Board of Directors American Eugenics Society”, Eugenics Quarterly 8: 181-184. 1956 "Membership List," Eugenics Quarterly, 3:252 [and see Frederick Osborn q.v.] Soldo*, Prof. Beth J Board Member, Society of Biodemography and Social Biology 2005-(2011) Class of 2008 CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 University of Pennsylvania, Graduate Group in Demography 2009 and Population Studies Center 2005 Beth J Soldo, Iliana V Kohler. Childhood Predictors of Late-Life Diabetes: The Case of Mexico. Social Biology 52, 3-4 (Research support from NIA/NIH grants to Beth Soldo* PI: 1. Mexican Health and Aging Study (R01 AG80166) 2. Population Aging Research Center (PARC) at the University of Pennsylvania (P30 AG12836) 3. Comparative Approach to the SES Gradient: Aging and Selection (R01 AG 023370) 2005 Beth Soldo*, Eileen M Crimmins*, Jung Ki Kim, Dawn E Alley. Using Anthropometric Indicators for Mexicans in the United States and Mexico to Understand the Selection of Migrants and the ‘Hispanic Paradox’. Social Biology, v. 52, 3-4 (Support for this project was provided by NIH Grants R01AG1801, P30 AG17265, P30 AG12836, R01 AG023347, R01 AF1846 T32 AG00037) Solish*, Dr. George Member 1974 Solomon*, Erwin S Member 1956

1956 Social Characteristics and Fertility: A Study of Two Religious Groups in Metropolitan New York. Eugenics Quarterly 3 Soneji PhD, Samir 2010-2012 Dartmouth College, Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice ; 2012 University Pennsylvania, Population Aging Research Center, associate; Office of Population Research, Princeton U 2006, PhD 2008 2006 Samir Soneji. Disparities in Disability Life Expectancy in US Birth Cohorts: The Influence of Race and Sex. Social Biology 53, 3–4:152–171 and 2006 Samir Soneji. Racial Disparities in Disability-Free Life Expectancy. Presented at the seminar on the “Ecology of the Male Life Course” , Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 10-12 October 2006. A selected group of papers presented at this seminar were scheduled for publication in two issues of Social Biology in 2006 but only nine were published in Social Biology v. 53, 1. Social Biology then ceased publication. However Taylor and Francis, the current journal publishers, list the articles from Social Biology, v. 53, 3-4 on their website. DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 2011 Samir Soneji, Gary King. The future of death in America. Demographic Research 25, 1 Song, Shige Referee, Social Biology CUNY Institute for Demographic Research 2009-2011; 2012 Sociology, Queens University, NY; PhD 2004 UCLA: Dissertation Title: Marriage Formation in Contemporary China Committee: Donald J Treiman (Chair), Robert D. Mare (Co-Chair), Cameron Campbell, William M Mason, Judith A Seltzer, and Yunxiang Yan Journal of Biosocial Science 2009 Shige Song. Does Famine Have a Long-Term Effect on Cohort Mortality? Evidence from the 1959-1961 Great Leap Forward Famine in China. Journal of Biosocial Science 41(4): 469-491. Sonneborn*, Prof. Tracy M. Dir. 1958, March 1959 1905-1981; Indiana U 1954; non-Mendelian inheritance; ASHG, Member 1954 Sorenson, Aage Referee, Social Biology 1975, 1976 Sorenson*, Prof. James R. Member 1974 University of North Carolina, Health Behavior and Health Education 1985-2012: Chair 1985-1996; Boston University, Department of Behavioral Sciences (Chair); PhD Princeton “Much of Africa's capacity today in health education is derivative of Africans trained in Chapel Hill or exports from this UNC program. - Lawrence Green, CDC” from http://www.sph.unc.edu/hbhe/historical_timeline_903_9264.html 1983 DC Wertz, JR Sorenson. Contraceptive use and efficacy in a genetically counseled population. Social Biology 30(3):328-34. South, Prof. Scott J SUNY-Albany: Center for Social and Demographic Analysis (CSDA) 2009-2011 and Sociology 2009-2011; Sociology, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas 1980

1980 Frank D. Bean, Margaret P. Clark, Scott J South, Gray Swicegood, Dorie Williams. Changes in Sexual Desire after Voluntary Sterilization. Social Biology 27 (Fall): 186-193. Government Money: 2011 NICHD 1R01HD067214-01 South, Scott J State University of New York - Albany Family and Health Consequences of Imbalanced Sex Ratios in India 2010 NICHD 5R01HD054502-03 South, Scott J State University of New York At Albany Resources and Opportunities for Neighborhood Attainment Soyka, Michael G 2012 North Dakota State Mathenatics Geneology Project; Mathematics, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1979, 2002: PhD 1983, Dissertation: Computer Aided Applications of NonMarkovian Macrosimulation Models to the Study of Human Population. Advisor: Charles Mode 1979 Charles Mode, RG Potter, MG Soyka, RC Avery. Measuring Potential Fertility through Null Segments--an Exploratory Analysis. Social Biology 26:314 -329, 1979 Spaulding*, Irving A. Member 1956 Speizer, Ilene S U North Carolina: Carolina Population Center 2009-2011 and School of Global Public Health, Maternal and Child Health 2009-2011 1999 Ilene S Speizer. Are husbands a barrier to women’s family planning use? The case of Morocco. Social Biology, v. 46:1-16 1995 Ilene S Speizer. Men's desire for additional wives and children. Social Biology 42 (3-4): 199-213 Spence, M Ann 1977 MR Unit, Neuropsychiatric Institute, Los Angeles, California 1977 L Williams, A Spence, SC Tideman. Implications of the observed effects of air pollution on birth weight. Social Biology 24(1):1-9 Spence, Karen Managing editor, Biodemography and Social Biology 2008-2012 Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 2008-2012: BA 2009 Sociology; probably now a graduate student in sociology Spencer, HG 1992 Assortative versus selective mating: is the distinction worthwhile? Social Biology 39(3-4):310-5. Spengler*, Joseph J. (Member, Third International Congress of Eugenics, New York 1932); Member 1956 Population Association of America, President, 1956-57 1902-1991; Duke University 1932-1991 (Emeritus 1972-1991); “pivotal in building the Graduate Program in Economics” from http://econ.duke.edu/about/history/individuals/joseph-j-spengler. This man faced the issue of declining population early and was at Duke U which may be one reason why James Vaupel, also of Duke, became a leader on facing the issue of depopulation.

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1967 The relationships between fertility and mortality characteristics in stable female populations. Eugenics Quarterly 14(3):171-80 1966 The relationship between the birth rate and the death rate in stable populations with the same fertility but different mortality schedules. Eugenics Quarterly 13(3):231-9. Stabenau* MD, James R. Member 1974 1993, 1985 Department of Psychiatry, University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington; twin research 1985 Basic research on heredity and alcohol: Implications for clinical application. Social Biology 32(34):297- 321. [Genetics and the Human Encounter with Alcohol – Special Issue] Stallings, Michael C Institute for Behavioral Genetics, U Colorado 2010-11 2011 Jason D Boardman*, Kari B Alexander, Michael C Stallings. Stressful Life Events and Depression among Adolescent Twin Pairs. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 53-66. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 2010 JD Boardman, Casey L. Blalock, Robin P. Corley, Michael C Stallings, Benjamin W Domingue, Matthew B McQueen, Ying Lu, Tom Crowley, John K. Hewitt, and Samuel H Field. Ethnicity, body mass, and genome wide data. Biodemography and Social Biology 56, 2 Government Money:

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Strandskov*, Herluf H. Member 1956 American Society of Human Genetics: Secretary 1948; editor, 1953; Life Member 1954 1955 HH Strandskov. Some Aspects of the Genetics and Evolution of Man's Behavioral Characteristics. Eugenics Quarterly 2, 3 Stratton, Prof. Howard 2008 Environmental Health Sciences, University at Albany‐SUNY 2008 Howard Stratton, Timothy Gage, Fu Fang. Modeling the Pediatric Paradox: Birth Weight by Gestational Age. Biodemography and Social Biology 54, 1 (was supported by NICHD grant HD37405) Stratton*, P.R. Member 1974; Canada Strauss, Prof. John Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed 2008 Director, Institute for Economic Policy Research, University of Southern California, September 2006-August 2009; Michigan State U, Economics NIA funding:  Biomarkers in the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study (National Institute on Aging, NIA), John Strauss, Eileen Crimmins, $275,000, 2009-2011  “Fourth Indonesian Family Life Survey of Aging” (National Institute of Aging, NIA), John Strauss, $1,309,208, 09/16/2006-06/30/2010  China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study, Pilot (National Institute of Aging, NIA), Dr. Yaohui Zhao, John Strauss, $274,954, 09/30/2007-08/31/2009  China Aging Conference (National Institute of Aging, NIA), John Strauss, $32,000, 02/2007-01/2008

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Attended CCBAR meeting 2008 at which a reorganization of the Society for the Study of Social Biology was discussed Sullivan*, Jeremiah M. Member 1974; Eugenics Quarterly/Social Biology: Book Review 1971, Referee 1979, 1980 Macro International 1998, 2002; Population Council 1974 Sun, Te Hsiung 1971, 1984 Taiwan Provincial Institute of Family Planning, Taichung, Taiwan 1971 Ronald Freedman*, Anrudh K Jain, Albert I Hermalin*, TH Sun. Fertility after insertion of an IUCD in Taiwan's family planning program. Social Biology 18(1): 46–54 Sureender, S 1998 Department of Population Policies and Programmes, International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai, India 1998 S Sureender, B Prabakaran, AG Khan. Mate selection and its impact on female marriage age, pregnancy wastages, and first child survival in Tamil Nadu, India. Social Biology 45, 3-4. Sussman* MD, Dr. Leon N. Member 1956 ASHG, Member 1954 Sutter*, Jean French; Consulting editor, Eugenics Quarterly 1963, 1968 Institut National d'Etudes Demographique (INED), Paris, France 1964 – the successor institution to Vichy institute founded by Alexis Carrell for eugenic purposes; Louis Henry of this institute founded the field of historical demography which now, in 2009, is an extremely important field. 1964 J Sutter, JM Goux. Decline of Consanguineous Marriages in France from 1926 to 1958. Eugenics Quarterly 11:127-40 1958 "The Relation of Human Genetics to Demography", Eugenics Quarterly, v. 5, 3 1954 J Sutter, L Tabah. The Breakup of Isolates: Its Genetic Consequences in Two French Departments. From First World Population Conference, Rome. Eugenics Quarterly 1, 3 (also published in Population, journal of the Institut National d'Études Démographiques. INED, Paris) Sutton*, Gordon F. Member 1974 U Massachusetts-Amherst, Sociology, Emeritus 2009-2011 1972 GF Sutton, PB Cornely. Assessing mortality and morbidity disadvantages of the black population of the United States. Social Biology 18(4):369-86. Suzman, Richard He attended the New Orleans CCBAR meeting about “refounding” the Society for the Study of Social Biology and his division at NIA is financing biodemographical eugenics. See 2004 Richard Suzman. Research on population aging at NIA: Retrospect and prospect, Population and Development Review 30 Supp (04): 239–263.] NIH/NIA: member NIH/BSR coordinating committee 2009 See http://www.nia.nih.gov/about/staff/ Background:

BSR Research “NIA is one of 24 grant-making entities among the 27 institutes and centers that make up the National Institutes of Health. In each institute or center, scientific programs are organized into programmatic areas, such as the BSR Program in NIA. … Reflecting the range of scientific research areas supported by NIH, NIA organizes its research support within four programs: Biology of Aging, Geriatrics and Clinical Gerontology, BSR, and Neuroscience and Neuropsychology of Aging. … As stated on its web site (http://www.nia.nih.gov/ResearchInformation/ExtramuralPrograms/BehavioralAndSocialResearch/), the BSR Program “supports basic social and behavioral research and research training on the processes of aging at both the individual and societal level.” It focuses on the following: How people change during the adult lifespan Interrelationships between older people and social institutions The societal impact of the changing age composition of the population Emphasis is placed on: (1) the dynamic interplay between individuals’ aging; (2) their changing biomedical, social, and physical environments; and (3) multilevel interactions among psychological, physiological, social, and cultural levels. … This knowledge base is required for informed and effective public policy, professional practice, and everyday life. BSR also encourages the translation of behavioral and social research into practical applications. … In the 2005 fiscal year, the BSR Program awarded $159.5 million for research—about one-fifth of all awards in NIA and a doubling from the level of 1997 in current dollars…. Not shown in the table is the trend of funded research, particularly the larger program projects, toward becoming more interdisciplinary over time. … Methodologically, BSR supports research that varies from applied analyses of secondary data (e.g., modeling future nursing home populations from past data) to theoretical development of an evolutionary theory of aging. The applied research is often directed at near-term, targeted policy and program questions; the theoretical research contributes first to fuller understanding of the dynamics of aging and then to new or reformulated approaches to societal responses to aging. … BSR supports research in a number of disciplines and fields, including psychology, demography, economics, sociology, and population epidemiology, among others. Increasingly, its support has gone to interdisciplinary research…. BSR research support mirrors current trends in NIA and NIH, which increasingly reflect appreciation of the interdisciplinary structure of scientific inquiry and the contribution that an interdisciplinary orientation can make to the relevance and application of research findings to practice and policy … BSR-sponsored activities have also led to the development of new interdisciplinary areas of research by catalyzing direct interaction among researchers working on similar issues from different disciplinary perspectives. For example, an April 1996 workshop that brought together demographers, evolutionary theorists, biologists, anthropologists, and others to share their understandings of human longevity led to a report (National Research Council, 1997) that named and help create the new interdisciplinary field of biodemography of aging … Developments in the new field led to calls for collecting social and biological data in the same survey instruments. A workshop in February 2000 brought together a broad interdisciplinary group, this time including economists, ethicists, pathologists, and others, to consider the potential and the risks of gathering biological data along with social survey data and to discuss what kinds of biological data would be most useful to social scientists studying processes of aging. The report of this workshop (National Research Council, 2001d) helped further advance interdisciplinary research linking the biological and social influences on processes of aging. … In addition to supporting research that produces scientific results such as the above, BSR invests in the development of databases and measurement techniques that make these and other studies possible … BSR supports the development and archiving of multidisciplinary databases, such as the Health and Retirement Study, the National Long Term Care Survey, the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study, and many others (for a list, see Behavioral and Social Research Program, 2004), that make it possible to conduct research that crosses disciplines. … BSR-funded research also provides useful knowledge for informing public policy decisions. For example, continuing research on declining physical disability and cognitive impairment

among older Americans is relevant to policy decisions about the future of Social Security and of Medicaid, which pays for almost half of all nursing home costs. Estimates of the magnitude of decline are directly useful for anticipating the future costs to governments of caring for disabled older adults and thus to financial planning for Medicaid…. The success rate of applications in BSR, that is, the percentage of applications reviewed that are actually funded, has declined from 30.7 percent in FY 2001 to 17.1 percent in FY 2005…. Ferment exists in several federal science agencies about the adequacy of existing priority setting and proposal selection procedures for selecting high-payoff, transformative, and high-quality research proposals. Expressed with varying degrees of explicitness, concerns about undue conservatism, resistance to interdisciplinarity, and the existence of unacceptably low field-specific or study group–specific standards of quality inherently reflect criticisms of the discipline-based peer review system. This report responds to the specific concerns of the director of BSR regarding the adequacy of the program’s current decision-making processes for assessing research proposals across fields and for assessing its overall research portfolio. … the concern is that proposals judged to be in the top 10 percent in quality in one field might have much lower ranking according to the standards of another field.1 … group consensus processes may be counterproductive, perhaps by leading to support for the least objectionable proposals .. Some researchers, including leading researchers, have expressed discontent in this regard about existing study sections and review panels in both NIH and the National Science Foundation (NSF).” From http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK26377/ Swaney, Sheldon 1987 Minneapolis Health Department, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1987 Ingrid Swenson, D Erickson, E Enlinger, S Swaney, G Carlson. Contraceptive Practices and Fertility Among South East Asian and Black and White Mother Attending a Maternal Infant Care Program. Social Biology 34, 47-56 Swanson, Prof. David A Referee, Social Biology 1980 University of California Riverside: Chair, Department of Sociology and Anthropology 2007-2011 and and Blakely Center for Sustainable Suburban Development, Interim Director 2007-2009 ; U Mississippi, Director, Center for Population Studies 2003-2007 1987 EG Stockwell, DA Swanson, JW Wicks. The age-cause proxy relationship in infant mortality, Social Biology 34: 249-253 Swedlund*, Prof. Alan C Dir. 1994-99 University of Massachusetts-Amherst: Anthropology, Emeritus 2009-2011 and Social and Demographic Research Institute, Research Associate 2009 Santa Fe Institute 2009, 2011 1983 AC Swedlund, H Temkin-Greener. The effect of infant and early childhood mortality on subsequent fertility: Nineteenth Century Western Massachusetts or 1983 "A Test of the Child Replacement Theory: Nineteenth Century Massachusetts. Social Biology 30(2):218-227 Sweet, Prof. James A Social Biology: Book Reviewer; Author; Referee1975, 1978, 1980 U Wisconsin-Madison, Center for Demography and Ecology 2009-2011 and Sociology, Emeritus 20092011 1983 JA Sweet, RR Rindfuss. Those ubiquitous fertility trends: United States 1945-79. Social Biology 30:127-139

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Western Carolina U, Criminology and Criminal Justice 2009-2011; U Cincinnati: PhD 2008, MS 2004, BS 2001 Dissertation: “The role of genes and abuse in the etiology of offending”. Chair: John Paul Wright with Kevin M Beaver, Connie Chapple, Michael L Benson “ the current dissertation examines whether five genetic polymorphisms (DAT1, DRD2, DRD4, 5HTTLPR, and MAOA) moderate the effects of childhood sexual abuse, childhood physical abuse, childhood neglect, adolescent violent victimization, and adolescent intimate partner violence on criminal behavior and substance abuse. The results reveal that the genetic polymorphisms moderate the effects of victimization on criminal behavior and substance abuse. Further, the results suggest that it is the simultaneous presence of genetic risk and victimization that exponentially increases the rate of criminal behavior and substance abuse. The theoretical implications for criminologists are discussed. … my mentor, Dr. John Paul Wright … goal. This is something that I can never repay him for, but only say thank you and extend this same gratuity to my future students… thank Dr. Kevin M. Beaver … *He is a+ dedicated, enthusiastic, and well-rounded scholar that inspires me to work hard, and to carefully consider … the implications of our work. … I have developed wonderful working and personal relationships with a number of graduate students. Danielle Boisvert … you’ve helped me develop my ideas. I am looking forward to working with you in the future. I would also like to thank Matthew Makarios, Krista Gehring, Kevan Galyean, Jamie Newsome, Brian Boutwell, and Will Stadler for collaborating with me over the past couple of years.” From http://etd.ohiolink.edu/ Jamie Vaske’s PhD Thesis (Note similarity to Biodemography and Social Biology article) 2009 Jamie Vaske, Jamie Newsome, Matthew Makarios, John Paul Wright, Brian B Boutwell, 2009 Kevin M Beaver. Interaction of 5HTTLPR and Marijuana Use on Property Offending. Biodemography and Social Biology 55, 1:93-102. Background: This group which is centered on John Paul Wright is convinced that crime has a biological basis as the abstract below shows. “2008 Jamie Vaske, John Paul Wright, Kevin Beaver, Matt DeLisi, Michael Vaughn, Danielle Boisvert. Lombroso's Legacy: The Miseducation of Criminologists. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 19, 3:325-338 Abstract “This study examines the extent to which criminal justice and criminology Ph.D. students are exposed to contemporary biological and genetic findings associated with aggression and violence. Drawing on multiple sources of information, we find little evidence showing that Ph.D. students are exposed to any biological research on crime and offending. We examine the consequences for this “trained incompetence” and offer suggestions for remedying this deficiency. If all mankind minus one were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind. (John Stuart Mill)” from http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/routledg/rcje/2008/00000019/00000003/art00002 Vasquez, Geneva U Arizona-Tucson, Psychology 2005, 2007 2004 Aurelio Jose Figueredo, Stephanie MR Schneider, Geneva Vásquez, Barbara Brumbach. The Heritability of Life History Strategy: The K-Factor, Covitality, and Personality. Social Biology, v. 51, 3-4 and see

2007 Aurelio José Figueredo q.v., Geneva Vásquez q.v., Stephanie MR Schneider q.v, Barbara Brumbach. The K-Factor, Covitality and Personality: A Psychometric Test of Life History. Human Nature 18, No. 1, pp. 47–73. Vaughn*, James Member 1974 Vaupel*, Prof. James Society of Biodemography and Social Biology, Board of Directors 1994-1999, 2008-2011 Class of 2008 Vaupel supplied the intellectual basis for the refounded American eugenics Society from the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research 1996-2011, Founding Director. Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research: 1995-2011, Founder 1995, Director 1996-2011 Head of the Laboratory of Survival and Longevity and the Laboratory of Evolutionary Biodemography 2009 Max Planck International Research Network on Aging, Director 2007-2009 Demographic Research, Editor 2008 Demographic Research Monographs, editor-in chief Duke University: Population, Policy & Aging Research Center 2009 which is now the Population Research Institute (Executive Committee 2011) Member, Advisory Board, Population and Development Review, Population Council 2008-(2011) Member, Social Science and Population Studies Review Committee, NIH 2003-(2009) Standing Committee on Population, National Research Council, U.S. National Academy of Sciences 1999-2005 Co-Chair, Committee on the Use of Biological Indicators in Social Science Surveys, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences 1999-2000 Population Council, PDR DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH James W. Vaupel*, Yi Zeng. Oldest Old Mortality in China. Demographic Research 8, 7 Vaupel’s Twin Research: 25% of variation due to genes 1996 James W. Vaupel , A.M. Herskind, Matt McGue, Niels V. Holm, T.I.A. Soerensen, Bent Harvald. The heritability of human longevity: A population-based study of 2872 Danish twin pairs born 1870-1900. Human Genetics, 97:319–323 [see especially: Lutz, Wolfgang, James W. Vaupel*, and Dennis Ahlburg, editors Frontiers of Population Forecasting. Supplement to Population and Development Review, volume 24, 24 Supp (98). See also on this topic the following articles associated with Wolfgang Lutz: Dennis A. Ahlburg, and Wolfgang Lutz (1998); Dennis Ahlburg , Wolfgang Lutz, and James W. Vaupel (1998); David E Bloom, Wolfgang Lutz, and Alexia Prskawetz (2008); Thomas Büttner and Wolfgang Lutz (1990); Joshua Goldstein, Wolfgang Lutz, and Sergei Scherbov (2003); MacKellar, F. Landis, Wolfgang Lutz, Christopher Prinz, and Anne Goujon (1995); Brian C. O’Neill, Sergei Scherbov, and Wolfgang Lutz (1999); Alexia Prskawetz, David E. Bloom, and Wolfgang Lutz (2008); and Tomáš Sobotka, , Martin A. Hansen, Tina Kold Jensen, Anette Tønnes Pedersen, Wolfgang Lutz, and Niels Erik Skakkebæk (2008) Many of these writers are connected with the Max Planck Institute of Demographic Research (MPIDR) or write for its on-line journal, Demographic Research - http://www.demographic-research.org/

Wolfgang Lutz 1. Vienna Institute of Demography 2009 Wolfgang Lutz – Director, Vienna Institute of Demography 2009 2005 Lutz, Wolfgang, Vegard Skirbekk, and Maria Rita Testa. 2005. The Low Fertility Trap Hypothesis: Forces that may lead to further postponement and fewer births in Europe. European Demographic Research Papers 4. Vienna: Vienna Institute of Demography of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. 2003 Goldstein, Joshua, Wolfgang Lutz, and Maria Rita Testa. 2003. The Emergence of SubReplacement Family Size Ideals in Europe. European Demographic Research Papers 2. Vienna: Vienna Institute of Demography of the Austrian Academy of Sciences Other MPIDR staff, writers or visitors: Sergei Scherbov – research John Bongaarts* – visitor David Coleman (ES) – visitor Arland Thornton Joshua R Goldstein co-Director, Max Planck Institute of Demographic Research 2009 and OPR Joshua Goldstein, W. Lutz, and M.-R. Testa (2003) "The Emergence of Sub-Replacement Fertility Ideals in Europe," Population Research and Policy Review 22(5-6):479-496 (December). An earlier version was presented at the May 2003 meetings of the Population Association of America and became part of the European Demographic Research Paper series. Available on-line J.R. Goldstein , Ronald D Lee (2003) "Rescaling the Life Cycle: Longevity and Proportionality," pages 183-207 in James R. Carey and Shripad Tuljapurkar (editors) Life Span: Evolutionary, Ecological, and Demographic Perspectives A Supplement to Volume 29, 2003 of Population and Development Review. Population Council: New York. Available on-line An interesting paper from the Vienna Institute of Demography (VID) VID Working Paper 04/2008 Vegard Skirbekk, Anne Goujon, and Eric Kaufmann. Secularism or Catholicism? The Religious Composition of the United States to 2043 And see VID Working Paper 03/2005 Frank Heiland, Alexia Prskawetz, Warren C. Sanderson. Do the MoreEducated Prefer Smaller Families? The conclusions reached directly contradict many other studies by eugenicists. The MPIDR Mission in their own words:
Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

Instead of a preface: What's the use of Demography?
To put it simply, demographers study the structure and dynamics of populations. They look at the populations of individual countries or regions as well as the life-course of individuals. In doing so they are interested not only in the human race, however; research activities also focus on conditions underlying the development of non-human forms of life and existence. Catchwords such as "Demographic Change" or "Aging Society" refer to the pressure caused by the problem, produced in most European

countries by the demographic developments of the last decades: Birth rates are sinking or stagnating; at the same time, people continue to grow older, leading to a society that is ‘graying’. In the middle run, the population will shrink. Immigration and migration movements so far did not induce a reversed trend, but merely led to a regional dislocation of associated problems. The named aspects emphasize the importance of demographic research. These developments have far-reaching social, economic, and political consequences. For example, old-age provision systems, health care, the labor market or education have not been able to keep pace with demographic change. Finding long-term solutions to these structural problems is one of the most important tasks facing politics, economics, and society. At the same time, these changes also pose new challenges for families, unions, and any single person. As a scientific discipline, demography makes a fundamental contribution to gaining a deeper understanding of the causes and consequences of demographic change in the contexts mentioned above. Demography analyzes the underlying causes of demographic change, describes contemporary trends, and produces forecasts for the future direction of demographic processes. The discipline also highlights the potential consequences facing society. Finally, demography assists decision-makers in the various political and social institutions by providing them with solid information and expert advice.

It is this basic framework that underlies the work of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock. But it is not confined to classical demographic research areas; rather, it remains permanently on the move. It is currently working on a number of important new areas of research. For instance, the Laboratory of Evolutionary Biodemography investigates the genetic, medical, and biological aspects of aging; the Laboratory of Economic and Social Demography focuses on the transformation of the human life-cycle (in addition to the classical fields of fertility, family, and partnership dynamics); the Laboratory of Population and Policy studies the coherence between policy and demographic change; the Laboratory of Historical Demography has a European focus on the persistence of family patterns over the centuries and mortality decline around 1800; and the Generations- and Gender Programme looks at the demographic consequences of institutional, political, and economic change in Europe. The Institute will continue to look for new ways to expand its activities in the future – be it in the field of research, the promotion of junior

scientists or the transfer of knowledge. The Max Planck Institute will also continue endeavors to provide decision-makers in the areas of politics, economics, and social welfare with expert advice, in the hope it can make a valuable scientific contribution to solving the problems resulting from demographic change. The Directors of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research James W. Vaupel (Director) and Joshua R. Goldstein (co-director)

From http://www.demogr.mpg.de/ (viewed 2/2/2010) DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH James W. Vaupel, Zhen Zhang . Attrition in heterogeneous cohorts. Demographic Research 23 Background: My views on the MIPDR mission The German government is trying to halt the plunge of German society into permanent low, low fertility which will lead to social chaos. Preventing social chaos is a government mission. To that end the Germans are funding James Vaupel and his associates at the MPIDR in a search for causes and cures, - cures more than causes though Vaupel perhaps looks at causes more than cures because of his academic background. I see Professor Vaupel as a believer in his ideas and in that sense the MPIDR is not a gigantic fraud, like that of Cyril Burt, perpetrated on desperate, ignorant German politicians. But bringing in eugenics-as-biodemography to cure a problem caused by eugenics-as-social-biology while the program of eugenics-as-social-biology is still running and is still funded by the government is just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. Venkatacharya, K 1972 International Institute for Population Studies, Bombay, India 1971 K Venkatacharya. A Monte Carlo model for the study of human fertility under varying fecundability. Social Biology 18 Verbrugge, Prof. Lois M U Michigan: Population Studies Center 2009-2011 and Institute of Gerontology (Emeritus 2010) 1976 Sex Differentials in Morbidity and Mortality in the United States. Social Biology 23(4):275-296. Verhulst, Brad 2011 Peter K Hatemi, Christopher T Dawes, Amanda Frost-Keller, Jaime E Settle, Brad Verhulst. Integrating Social Science and Genetics: News from the Political Front. Biodemography and Social Biology 57, 1, 67-87. Special Issue on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences based on the Conference - Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences (IGSS) held at the University of Colorado May 2010 Vernon, Philip E 1905-1987; 1954 Professor of Educational Psychology, Institute of Education, University of London 1954 PE Vernon. Use of intelligence tests in population studies. Eugenics Quarterly 1,4: 221-224. (From First UN sponsored World Population Conference, Rome 1954) Vetta, Atam Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, England 1976 1977 Atam Vetta. Genetical concepts and IQ. Social Biology 24(2):166-9

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2006 Michael Gurven, Christopher Von Rueden. Hunting, Social Status and Biological Fitness. Social Biology 53, 1-2 (This is an important article in the evolving anthropology of biodemography, based on the number of citations. The evidence comes from the Tsimane Life History and Health Project 20022010 (funded by NIA/NIH [R01AG024119-01] and NSF [BCS-0136274 and BCS-0422690])) von Verschuer*, Prof. Dr. Otmar Freiherr Member (Foreign) 1956 Personal: Josef Mengele's co-researcher in Nazi human experimentation at Auschwitz 1943-44 Josef Mengele's mentor; twin researcher; escaped prosecution as a Nazi researcher and lived to influence another generation from the Institute of Human Genetics, Munster, Germany (Widukind Lenz succeeded von Verschuer as director of the Institute of Human Genetics (WSWISE 1984)); Luigi Gedda q.v. said he was "master and example"; died in Munster, Germany 1969; Member, American Society of Human Genetics 1954 (with Leo Alexander who prosecuted at Nuremberg) b. 1896; MD; PhD; Marburg, Hamburg, Freiburg; Director, Division of Human Heredity, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, Berlin-Dahlem 1934; in 1934 taught "the entire field of anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics" with E. Fischer and "General and specific Heredo-pathology"; In 1935 Von Verschuer said that he was "responsible for ensuring that the care of genes and race, which Germany is leading worldwide, has such a strong base that it will withstand any attacks from outside" (The Last Nazi p. 12); Director, Third Reich Institute for Heredity, Biology and Racial Purity 1937; reported on studies in color blindness, night blindness to Eugenical News, 1937; linked tuberculosis and heredity; 1967 Prof. Emeritus, Institute of Human Genetics, University of Munster (Institut fur Humangenetik, Universitat Munster, 44 Munster, Vesaliusweg 12-14, Munster Germany); he was succeeded in this position by Widukund Lenz q.v., son of Fritz Lenz; Hitler used Fritz Lenz's work in Mein Kampf Publications: 1970, 1966 Advisory Board, Mankind Quarterly, v. 8, #1 and v. 11, #1; 1944, 1941 Zwillingstuberculose or Twin Study and Hereditary Predisposition to Tuberculosis. (see also F. J. Kallmann q.v.); 1944, 1941 Leitfaden der Rassenhygiene; 1939 "Twin research from the time of Francis Galton to the present day." Proc. of the Royal Society, England, B128, 6281 June 8, 1939; 1938 "Frequency of inherited defects", Eugenical News, 23, 6-8 from International Population Congress, Paris, Aug. 11, 1937 Background: -- A War Criminal Who Escaped Prosecution Von Verschuer escaped prosecution even though he planned Mengele's experiments and even though he was well known. -- Well Known Eugenicists in America were well aware of von Verschuer since two stories about him appeared in English in the Eugenical News in the 1930's. The first was a review of Verschuer's book, Erbpathologie (1934), which appeared in the Eugenical News, January/ February 1936 issue p. 21-22. This review said that "our country [the United States] adopted sanitary measures and eugenic sterilization laws. Race culture, the selection of proposed cases for sterilization or marriage advice are impossible without the earnest collaboration of the entire medical profession ... we need sound knowledge ... To this end German scientists have recognized the need for handy inexpensive textbooks for the practical use of physicians. The idea was first suggested by Prof. Dr. O. von Verschuer ... We have just received volume XVIII of this series ... by Prof. Dr. Otmar von Verschuer ... In this book the author clearly outlines the duties of the physician to the nation. The word 'nation' no longer means a number of citizens living within certain boundaries, but a biological entity. [ cf. Hitler and Czechoslovakia, ed. note] This point of view also changes the obligation of the physician ... All defects known to be hereditary are listed (in this book) ... 100,000 feebleminded ... schizophrenics ... epileptics ... Huntington's chorea ... Blindness ... Deaf-mutism ... bodily deformities ... Physicians will doubtless often turn to this book for advice. Dr. von Verschuer has

successfully bridged the gap between medical practice and theoretic scientific research." The second article appeared in the Eugenical News May/June 1936. This article specifically mentions that Von Verschuer intended to apply the race doctrine of Count Gobineau to twin studies, the twins to be from as many countries as possible. This is what was done at Auschwitz so that in the post war era this article clearly pointed towards von Verschuer as possibly involved in the atrocities committed by Mengele, his protégé. Nevertheless von Verschuer's involvement was not proved until he was dead. There must have been a cover up. "Professor Dr. Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer ... director of the Universitat Institute fur Erbbiologie und Rassenhygiene, writes us that ... the Institute, is now ready for work.... According to Dr. Verschuer he is now ready to begin his work which has the aim to utilize, first, the science of anthropology and the race doctrine of Count Gobineau; a second trail that has led to Verschuer's door is Galton's Eugenics, and the race hygiene of Ploetz; the third is the doctrine of constitution as found in medicine; and the fourth is experimental heredity.... The special tasks of the new Institute fall into three groups, investigation, instruction and practical work. ... The rich results of genetics form the foundation for the race politic of national socialistic state and for the practice of race hygiene. Dr. Verschuer states that the object of his investigation is mankind, not the individual man, but families and twins; and in this work there will not be investigated alone interesting twins, but all twins and families of definite geographical origin must be considered. It is desirable to determine what traits of bodily and mental sort, what diseases and anomalies in mankind are hereditary" (Eugenical News May/June 1936) -- Kaiser Wilhelm It has been asserted by leading eugenicists, such as C. P. Blacker, that German scientists "of weight and repute" held aloof from Nazi activity. But more recent research by Benno Muller Hill has shown that the Kaiser Wilhelm Gesellschaft (KWG or Kaiser Wilhelm Society), one of the most respected scientific groups in Germany, was deeply involved in the camp experiments and in anti-Semitism. Von Verschuer, for example, was a leading scientist at the KWG. "The conduct of the general administration, the Senate and the directors of the KWG shows to how great an extent the type of thinking which the anthropologists applied to the segregation (used in the sense of apartheid in South Africa) of the Jews - that is to say, the vulgar anti Semitism of the National Socialists - had become accepted by a significant proportion of the members of the scientific establishment. The KWG was in no minor provincial university. In anthropology and in psychiatry and in most other fields it was at the forefront of scientific endeavor." (Murderous Science, B. Muller Hill, p. 24) -- Von Verschuer and Mengele Von Verschuer was associated with Mengele's atrocities at Auschwitz both because he taught Mengele and because he sponsored the research program Mengele carried out. These facts have emerged as a result of very recent research in the Eighties and Nineties carried out by Benno Muller-Hill (Murderous Science), by Gerald Finer, (The Last Nazi) and by the author of Children of Flame. However, these authors have not integrated von Verschuer with what is known of American and English eugenics. In 1954 von Verschuer was a member of the American Society of Human Genetics, as was Leo Alexander, the chief American medical expert at the Nuremberg trials. In 1956, von Verschuer was a member of the American Eugenics Society. Von Verschuer was Mengele's teacher: Von Verschuer thought that Hitler was "the first statesman to recognize hereditary biological and race hygiene." (The Last Nazi p. 11); "Mengele became (Von Verschuer's) favorite student; the two men developed a strong mutual respect ... later as wartime director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Hereditary Teaching and Genetics in Berlin, he [von Verschuer] secured funds for Mengele's experiments at Auschwitz. (This was the Institute where Mengele sent the results of his barbaric and largely worthless research.)" (The Last Nazi p. 12); "the obsession with twins that Mengele would later exhibit at Auschwitz was also a direct result of his association with Verschuer" (Children of the Flame, p. 46); In 1937 or 1938 "... Mengele and von Verschuer were working together, writing judicial reports for specially convened courts which sat in judgment over Jews caught cohabiting with German Aryans ..." (The Last Nazi. p. 12); "Certainly

Professor Von Verschuer thought highly of Mengele; he soon appointed him as one of his assistant physicians ... even though he (Mengele) had yet to receive his degree ... It was against this background at the Frankfurt Institute that Mengele first embraced the idea that through appropriate selection, the heritage of the race could be 'improved'. Before long the concept was applied in a much starker way, on the ramps at Auschwitz where SS doctors, Mengele especially, selected able bodied inmates for work and the frailer ones for death." (The Last Nazi p. 13) Experiments at Auschwitz were carried out for Von Verschuer and the KWG: In 1942 Von Verschuer said: "my assistant Mengele has been transferred to a post in Berlin so that in his free time he can work at the Institute." (The Last Nazi. p. 18) In May of 1943 Mengele was posted to Auschwitz; in August of 1943 funds for Mengele's "research" were authorized by German Research Council thanks to Von Verschuer. Von Verschuer wrote a progress report to the Council: "My co-researcher in this research is my assistant the anthropologist and physician Mengele. He is serving as Hauptsturmfuhrer and camp doctor in the concentration camp Auschwitz ... With the permission of the Reichsfuhrer SS Himmler (q.v.), anthropological research is being undertaken on the various racial groups in the concentration camps and blood samples will be sent to my laboratory for investigation" (The Last Nazi, pp. 33-37 (At Auschwitz) "Twin research attracted Mengele ... (he) prowled the railroad siding during initial selection seeking twins"; he killed two year old boy twins to get data on simultaneous death; he had an acid bath in which he put bodies of twins so the flesh would fall off and he could examine the skeletons (The Last Nazi p. 93 - 100) At Auschwitz 3 sets of twins who had one blue and one brown eye were killed and the data sent to Von Verschuer in Berlin; heads of Auschwitz 'patients' with the noma removed were sent to Kaiser Wilhelm Institute (The Last Nazi) "Verschuer even helped Mengele win grants to undertake two research projects at (Auschwitz)... to begin in April 1943" (Children of Flame p. 52); Verschuer... was closely involved in his protégé’s research... Mengele periodically dispatched to his mentor not only reports about his research but also laboratory samples from his experiments." (Children of Flame p. 59; on arrival at Mengele's experimental station twins filled out "a detailed questionnaire from the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute" (Children of Flame p. 59); "The tests, questionnaires and many of the experiments themselves appear to have been the brainchild of Verschuer" (Children of Flame p. 69); from these young children there were daily withdrawals of blood for Verschuer's "specific protein" research; needles were injected in their eyes for Karen Magnussen's KWI work on eye color; there were experimental blood transfusions; small children were placed in isolation in cage like rooms and their reactions studied; small children were exposed to stimuli and their reactions noted; organs and limbs were removed, sometimes without anesthetics; sex changes were attempted; females were sterilized; males were castrated; one woman developed a man's beard, which suggests the presence of steroids; then many twins were killed; they were autopsied at the pathology lab next to the crematory, which had been built with funds von Verschuer obtained; various organs and limbs were sent to Verschuer at the Kaiser Wilhelm. (Children of Flame p. 71, 117) -- Von Verschuer contacted eugenicists following WW II: In 1946 Von Verschuer wrote to the Bureau of Human Heredity in London: "I hope that the scientific equipment of my former Kaiser Wilhelm Institute in Dahlem which I brought ... to Frankfort will enable me to continue or rather restart my research work ... tuberculosis research ... I don't give up hope that there will be people in England and America who will help me continue my scientific research" (The Last Nazi p. 142); and there were such people for he became a professor of human genetics at Munster -- The eugenicists did not expose Von Verschuer: He attempted to get his old job at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute when it was reconstituted in Frankfurt in 1951. An article in Neue Zeitung exposed his connection with Mengele (Children of Flame p. 118-129, 161). But nevertheless the 1956 issue of the Italian eugenic magazine, Acta Genet, Med. Gem., edited by Luigi Gedda q.v. had a special supplement honoring Verschuer ("master and teacher"). Gedda was also a member of the

American Eugenics Society. -- Verschuer influenced another generation: Verschuer founded the largest genetics Institute in Munster, West Germany. (Children of Flame p. 161); he retired in 1968 and died in 1969; Widukind Lenz, son of Fritz Lenz, who was cited by Hitler in Mein Kampf, took over from von Verschuer. W. Lenz was a member of the American Eugenics Society in 1974 -- Bureau of Human Heredity: The Bureau of Human Heredity, which received the letter from von Verschuer mentioning that he had the results of Auschwitz "research", moved to Copenhagen in 1947. The Director of the Danish Institute which received the Bureau was Tage Kemp, a member of the American Eugenics Society in 1956, along with von Verschuer. The building in Copenhagen was built with Rockefeller money. The first International Congress in Human Genetics following World War II was held at Kemp's Institute in Denmark in 1956. War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race by Edwin Black includes sections integrating American eugenics with Nazi eugenics. Black also shows that there was a determined and successful effort to cover up von Verschuer’s part in Mengele’s experiments. He also details von Verschuer’s post World War II career in Munster at the Institute of Human Genetics. Since Widukind Lenz succeeded von Verschuer at Munster, one wonders how many of their students are active in German eugenics and who they are. Source: "Eugenics in Germany" in EN 1934; EN 1937; EQ 1956; Murderous Science. Muller-Hill; The Last Nazi.; Children of Flame.; War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race. Edwin Black; Membership list, American Society of Human Genetics, AJHG 1954; WSWISE 1967 Vorakitphokatorn, Sairudee Mahidol U, Thailand 1993 1992 John N Edwards, Theodore D Fuller, Santhat Sermsri, Sairudee Vorakitphokatorn. Household Crowding and Reproductive Behavior. Social Biology, 39:212-230 Wade, Cindy Higashi 1987 Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles 1987 CH Wade, M Douglas Anglin. Factors influencing decisions to terminate life. Social Biology, 34, 37-47 Wade*, William D. Member 1974 Anthropology, Univ. Manitoba 1974 Waite, Linda J Referee, Social Biology 1979; Reviewer, Demographic Research 2012 Walberg, HJ 1975 K Marjoribanks, HJ Walberg. Birth order, family size, social class, and intelligence. Social Biology 22(3):261-8 Walker*, Norma Ford Member (Foreign) 1956; Canadian geneticist Director-at-large, American Society of Human Genetics 1954 Wallace*, Bruce

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