Hayward, A.D., Moorad, J., Regan, C.E., Berenos, C., Pilkington, J.G., Pemberton, J.M. & Nussey, D.H. (2015) Asynchrony of senescence among phenotypic traits in a wild mammal population. Experimental Gerontology 7156-68. Part of a Special Issue ‘Ageing In The Wild’(download PDF from here)

Mumby, H.S., Mar, K.U., Hayward, A.D.,  Htut, W., Htut-Aung, Y. & Lummaa, V. (2015) Elephants born in the high stress season have faster reproductive ageing. Scientific Reports 513946. (download PDF from here)

Lynsdale, C.L., Franco dos Santos, D.J., Hayward, A.D., Mar, K.U., Htut, W., Aung, H.H., Soe, A.T. & Lummaa, V. (2015) A standardised faecal collection protocol for intestinal helminth egg counts in Asian elephants, Elephas maximusInternational Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 4: 307-315. (download PDF from here)

Hayward, A.D., Lummaa, V. & Bazykin, G.A. (2015) Fitness consequences of advanced ancestral age over three generations in humans. PLoS One10: e0128197. (download the Open Access PDF here) 

Hayward, A.D., Nenko, I. & Lummaa, V. (2015) Early-life reproduction is associated with increased mortality risk but enhanced lifetime fitness in pre-industrial humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282:  20143053. (download PDF from here)

Bolund, E., Hayward, A.D., Pettay, J.E. & Lummaa, V. (2015) Effects of the demographic transition on the genetic variances and covariances of human life history traits. Evolution 69: 747-755. (download PDF from here)

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