1. Who do evolutionary ecologists tend to study? What are their methods? Citing specific examples, explain the evolutionary ecological perspective on wealth and reproductive success.
2. Explain three individual behaviors that help spread infectious diseases. How might broader cultural practices such as agriculture and migration contribute to the spread of infectious diseases? Please use specific details and examples to support your response.
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Evolutionary ecologists study humans, specifically their behavior and life history as adaptations to local environments (Pianka 2011). They use a variety of theoretical, archaeological, and statistical methods, including mathematical models and generalized linear mixed models (Bolker 2009; Esh; Turke and Betzig 1985).
The evolutionary ecological perspective on wealth and reproductive success explains how higher wealth positively correlates with increased reproductive success....
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