Susan Schaffnit
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Recent levels and trends in HIV incidence rates among adolescent girls and young women in ten high-prevalence African countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis
I Birdthistle, C Tanton, A Tomita, K de Graaf, SB Schaffnit, F Tanser, ...
The Lancet Global Health 7 (11), e1521-e1540, 2019
Evaluating the impact of the DREAMS partnership to reduce HIV incidence among adolescent girls and young women in four settings: a study protocol
I Birdthistle, SB Schaffnit, D Kwaro, M Shahmanesh, A Ziraba, CW Kabiru, ...
BMC Public Health 18, 1-15, 2018
“Child marriage” in context: exploring local attitudes towards early marriage in rural Tanzania
SB Schaffnit, M Urassa, DW Lawson
Sexual and reproductive health matters 27 (1), 93-105, 2019
Support for new mothers and fertility in the United Kingdom: Not all support is equal in the decision to have a second child
SB Schaffnit, R Sear
Population Studies 71 (3), 345-361, 2017
The reproductive ecology of industrial societies, Part II: the association between wealth and fertility
G Stulp, R Sear, SB Schaffnit, MC Mills, L Barrett
Human Nature 27, 445-470, 2016
Wealth modifies relationships between kin and women’s fertility in high-income countries
SB Schaffnit, R Sear
Behavioral Ecology 25 (4), 834-842, 2014
Parent–offspring conflict unlikely to explain ‘child marriage’in northwestern Tanzania
SB Schaffnit, A Hassan, M Urassa, DW Lawson
Nature human behaviour 3 (4), 346-353, 2019
Father absence but not fosterage predicts food insecurity, relative poverty, and poor child health in northern Tanzania
DW Lawson, SB Schaffnit, A Hassan, E Ngadaya, B Ngowi, ...
American journal of human biology 29 (3), e22938, 2017
Supportive families versus support from families: The decision to have a child in the Netherlands
SB Schaffnit, R Sear
Demographic Research 37, 417-454, 2017
Shared interests or sexual conflict? Spousal age gap, women's wellbeing and fertility in rural Tanzania
DW Lawson, SB Schaffnit, A Hassan, M Urassa
Evolution and Human Behavior 42 (2), 165-175, 2021
When marriage is the best available option: Perceptions of opportunity and risk in female adolescence in Tanzania
SB Schaffnit, J Wamoyi, M Urassa, M Dardoumpa, DW Lawson
Global public health 16 (12), 1820-1833, 2021
Fostering relations: First sex and marital timings for children raised by kin and non-kin carers
P Sheppard, SB Schaffnit, JR Garcia, R Sear
Evolution and Human Behavior 35 (3), 161-168, 2014
Married Too Young? The Behavioral Ecology of ‘Child Marriage’
SB Schaffnit, DW Lawson
Social Sciences 10 (5), 161, 2021
“I have never seen something like that”: Discrepancies between lived experiences and the global health concept of child marriage in northern Tanzania
SB Schaffnit, M Urassa, J Wamoyi, M Dardoumpa, DW Lawson
PloS one 16 (4), e0249200, 2021
What does the American public know about child marriage?
DW Lawson, R Lynes, A Morris, SB Schaffnit
PLoS One 15 (9), e0238346, 2020
Positive correlation between women’s status and intimate partner violence suggests violence backlash in Mwanza, Tanzania
JA Kilgallen, SB Schaffnit, Y Kumogola, A Galura, M Urassa, DW Lawson
Journal of interpersonal violence 37 (21-22), NP20331-NP20360, 2022
He for she? Variation and exaggeration in men's support for women's empowerment in northern Tanzania
DW Lawson, SB Schaffnit, JA Kilgallen, Y Kumogola, A Galura, M Urassa
Evolutionary Human Sciences 3, e27, 2021
Why marry early? Parental influence, agency and gendered conflict in Tanzanian marriages
J Baraka, DW Lawson, SB Schaffnit, J Wamoyi, M Urassa
Evolutionary human sciences 4, e49, 2022
Mother’s partnership status and allomothering networks in the United Kingdom and United States
L Spake, SB Schaffnit, R Sear, MK Shenk, R Sosis, JH Shaver
Social Sciences 10 (5), 182, 2021
Fathers favour sons, mothers don't discriminate: Sex-biased parental care in northwestern Tanzania
A Hassan, SB Schaffnit, R Sear, M Urassa, DW Lawson
Evolutionary Human Sciences 1, e13, 2019
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