His primary scientific interests are in Demography, Child development, Human life, Socioeconomic status and Anthropometry. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Demography and Body proportions in his work. The concepts of his Child development study are interwoven with issues in Juvenile and Human ecology.
His Socioeconomic status research includes themes of Latin Americans and Body size. His Anthropometry research incorporates themes from Rural environment and School age child. The various areas that he examines in his Glossary study include Variation, Ecology and Social science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Demography, Socioeconomic status, Anthropometry, Malnutrition and Gerontology. Barry Bogin has researched Demography in several fields, including Body mass index, Overweight, Obesity, Maya and Ethnic group. His work deals with themes such as Femur, Tibia and Short stature, which intersect with Overweight.
His Obesity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developing country and Time preference. In his work, Life history is strongly intertwined with Developmental psychology, which is a subfield of Socioeconomic status. His Malnutrition study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Poverty, Nutritional status and Environmental health.
His primary areas of investigation include Demography, Malnutrition, Socioeconomic status, Anthropometry and Nutritional status. His work in the fields of Demography, such as Secular variation, overlaps with other areas such as Sample size determination. His Malnutrition research includes themes of Psychological intervention, Skinfold thickness, Gerontology and Environmental health.
His Socioeconomic status research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developmental psychology, Life course approach and Association. The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Cohort and Social group. He works mostly in the field of Birth weight, limiting it down to topics relating to Caesarean section and, in certain cases, Waist, as a part of the same area of interest.
Barry Bogin spends much of his time researching Demography, Malnutrition, Perspective, Psychological intervention and Adult height. Barry Bogin connects Demography with Social inequality in his study. The various areas that he examines in his Malnutrition study include Psychosocial, Skinfold thickness, Overweight and Nutritional status.
His study in Psychological intervention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Intervention, Focus group, Pediatrics and Gerontology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Skeletal maturation, Human evolution, Anatomy and Life history theory. His Young adult study combines topics in areas such as Minimum number of individuals and Homo naledi.
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Patterns of human growth
Evolution of the human life cycle
Barry A. Bogin;B. Holly Smith.
American Journal of Human Biology (1996)
Evolutionary hypotheses for human childhood
Barry A. Bogin.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology (1997)
Homo naledi, a new species of the genus Homo from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa
Lee R Berger;John Hawks;Darryl J de Ruiter;Steven E Churchill.
Leg Length, Body Proportion, and Health: A Review with a Note on Beauty
Barry Bogin;Maria Inês Varela-Silva.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2010)
Evolutionary perspective on human growth
Annual Review of Anthropology (1999)
Rapid change in height and body proportions of Maya American children
Barry A. Bogin;P. Smith;A. B. Orden;M. I. Varela Silva.
American Journal of Human Biology (2002)
The growth of humanity
OBESITY AND THE RATE OF TIME PREFERENCE: IS THERE A CONNECTION?
John Komlos;Patricia K. Smith;Barry Bogin.
Journal of Biosocial Science (2004)
Language and life history: a new perspective on the development and evolution of human language.
John L. Locke;Barry Bogin.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2006)
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