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A ‘GENDERED NEED’ EXPLANATION DOES NOT FULLY EXPLAIN LINEAGE BASED DIFFERENCES IN GRANDPARENTAL INVESTMENT FOUND IN A LARGE BRITISH COHORT STUDY

  • THOMAS V. POLLET (a1), MARK NELISSEN (a2) and DANIEL NETTLE (a3)
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