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Elsewhere in HaSS, researchers in the School of Social Work & Social Policy are investigating issues surrounding identity, citizenship and belonging among migrant populations, especially in light of significant political, social and economic change.

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2019

Hahn, Amanda C. and Holzleitner, Iris J. and Lee, Anthony J. and Kandrik, Michal and O'Shea, Kieran J. and DeBruine, Lisa M. and Jones, Benedict C. (2019) Facial masculinity is only weakly correlated with handgrip strength in young adult women. American Journal of Human Biology, 31 (1). e23203. ISSN 1520-6300

2018

Han, Chengyang and Wang, Hongyi and Fasolt, Vanessa and Hahn, Amanda C. and Holzleitner, Iris J. and Lao, Junpeng and DeBruine, Lisa M. and Feinberg, David R. and Jones, Benedict C. (2018) No clear evidence for correlations between handgrip strength and sexually dimorphic acoustic properties of voices. American Journal of Human Biology, 30 (6). e23178. ISSN 1520-6300

2016

Han, Chengyang and Hahn, Amanda C. and Fisher, Claire I. and Debruine, Lisa M. and Jones, Benedict C. (2016) Women's facial attractiveness is related to their body mass index but not their salivary cortisol. American Journal of Human Biology, 28 (3). pp. 352-355. ISSN 1520-6300

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