Kai P. Willfuehr
Kai P. Willfuehr
Research Scientist, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, School of Social Sciences
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TitleCited byYear
Are stepparents always evil? Parental death, remarriage, and child survival in demographically saturated Krummhörn (1720–1859) and expanding Québec (1670–1750)
KP Willführ, A Gagnon
Biodemography and social biology 59 (2), 191-211, 2013
252013
Short‐and long‐term consequences of early parental loss in the historical population of the Krummhörn (18th and 19th century)
KP Willführ
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2009
232009
Older fathers' children have lower evolutionary fitness across four centuries and in four populations
RC Arslan, KP Willführ, EM Frans, KJH Verweij, PC Bürkner, M Myrskylä, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1862), 20171562, 2017
162017
Homo Novus-A Human Without Illusions
UJ Frey, C Störmer, KP Willführ
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
122010
Greater wealth inequality, less polygyny: Rethinking the polygyny threshold model
CT Ross, M Borgerhoff Mulder, SY Oh, S Bowles, B Beheim, J Bunce, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 15 (144), 20180035, 2018
112018
The consequences of sibling formation on survival and reproductive success across different ecological contexts: a comparison of the historical Krummhörn and Quebec populations
J Fox, K Willführ, A Gagnon, L Dillon, E Voland
The History of the Family 22 (2-3), 364-423, 2017
112017
The consequences of sibling formation on survival and reproductive success across different ecological contexts: a comparison of the historical Krummhörn and Quebec populations
J Fox, K Willführ, A Gagnon, L Dillon, E Voland
The History of the Family 22 (2-3), 364-423, 2017
112017
Social strata differentials in reproductive behavior among agricultural families in the Krummhörn region (East Frisia, 1720-1874)
KP Willführ, C Störmer
Historical Life Course Studies 2, 58-85, 2015
82015
Are stepmothers evil or simply unskilled? Infant death clustering in recomposed families
KP Willführ, A Gagnon
Biodemography and social biology 58 (2), 149-161, 2012
82012
Why does paternal death accelerate the transition to first marriage in the C18-C19 Krummhörn population?
E Voland, KP Willführ
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (1), 125-135, 2017
62017
When the mother-in-law is just as good—differential mortality of reproductive females by family network composition
KP Willführ, J Johow, E Voland
PloS one 13 (3), e0193252, 2018
42018
Disease load at conception predicts survival in later epidemics in a historical French-Canadian cohort, suggesting functional trans-generational effects in humans
K Willführ, M Myrskylä
PloS one 9 (4), e93868, 2014
42014
Disease load at conception predicts survival in later epidemics in a historical French-Canadian cohort, suggesting functional trans-generational effects in humans
K Willführ, M Myrskylä
PloS one 9 (4), e93868, 2014
42014
Phenotype‐environment mismatch due to epigenetic inheritance? Programming the offspring's epigenome and the consequences of migration
KP Willführ, M Myrskylä
American Journal of Human Biology 25 (3), 318-328, 2013
42013
Reproductive strategies in female postgenerative life
J Johow, E Voland, KP Willführ
na, 2013
32013
Essential building blocks of human nature
UJ Frey, C Störmer, KP Willführ
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
32010
Relaxed selection and mutation accumulation are best studied empirically: reply to Woodley of Menie et al.
RC Arslan, KP Willführ, EM Frans, KJH Verweij, PC Bürkner, M Myrskylä, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1873), 20180092, 2018
22018
Are step-parents always evil? Parental death, remarriage, and child survival in demographically saturated Krummhörn (1720-1859) and expanding Québec (1670-1750)
KP Willführ, A Gagnon
MPIDR Working Papers, 2011
22011
Mortality crises and their consequences for human life histories
C Störmer, KP Willführ
Homo Novus–A human without illusions, 95-109, 2010
22010
High consanguinity promotes intergenerational wealth concentration in socioeconomically privileged Krummhörn families of the 18th and 19th centuries
J Johow, KP Willführ, E Voland
Evolution and Human Behavior 40 (2), 204-213, 2019
12019
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