P. Turke (2017), Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health. Childhood Food Allergies: An Evolutionary Mismatch Hypothesis.
Turke, P. (2016), "Evolutionary Pediatrics," in The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London
Turke PW. 2008. Williams' theory of the evolution of senescence: Still useful at 50. Quarterly Review of Biology (pdf file).
Turke PW. 1997. An hypothesis: Did menopause evolve to discourage infanticide and encourage continued investment by agnates? Ethology and Sociobiology 18:1-23.
Turke PW. 1997. Thymic involution. Immunology Today 18:407.
Chrisp CE, Turke P, Luciano A et al. 1996. Lifespan and lesions in genetically heterogeneous (four-way cross) mice: A new model for aging research. Veterinary Pathology 33:735-43.
Turke PW. 1995. Microbial parasites versus developing T cells: An evolutionary "arms race" with implications for the timing of thymic involution and HIV pathogenesis. Thymus 24:29-40.
Turke PW. 1996. Nepotism. Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology 3:853-55. New York: Henry Holt.
Miller R, Turke PW et al. 1994. Age-sensitive T cell phenotypes covary in genetically heterogeneous mice and predict early death from lymphoma. Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences 48:B255-B262.
Betzig LL, Turke PW. 1992. Fatherhood by rank on Ifaluk. In B. Hewlett, ed, The Father's Role: Cultural and Evolutionary Perspectives. Hawthorne NY: Aldine.
Turke PW. 1991. The evolutionary theory of senescence. AAGE Newsletter, August.
Turke PW. 1991. Comment on Rodseth et al. Current Anthropology 32:248-49.
Turke PW. 1991. Theory and evidence on wealth flows and old age security: A reply to Fricke. Population and Development Review 17:687-702.
Turke PW. 1990. A reply to Glantz. Across Species Comparisons and Psychiatry Newsletter 2:6-7.
Turke PW. 1990. Just do it. Ethology and Sociobiology 11:445-63.
Turke PW. 1990. Which humans behave adaptively, and why does it matter? Ethology and Sociobiology 11:305-39.
Betzig LL, Harrigan A, Turke PW. 1989. Childcare on Ifaluk. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, 114.
Turke PW. 1989. Evolution and the demand for children. Population and Development Review, 15:61-89.
Turke PW. 1988. Ovulatory concealment, synchrony, and paternal roles. In E. Filsinger, ed, Biosocial Perspectives on the Family. New York: Sage.
Turke PW. 1988. Helpers at the nest: Childcare networks on Ifaluk. In L Betzig et al, eds, Human Reproductive Behavior. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Betzig LL, Borgerhoff Mulder MB, Turke PW. 1988. Human Reproductive Behavior: A Darwinian Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Turke PW. 1986. Darwin didn't know about genes. American Anthropologist 88:156-57.
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Betzig LL, Turke PW. 1986. Food sharing on Ifaluk. Current Anthropology 27:397-400.
Betzig LL, Turke PW. 1986. Parental investment by sex on Ifaluk. Ethology and Sociobiology 7:27-35.
Betzig LL, Turke PW. 1985. Measuring time allocation: Observation and intention. Current Anthropology 26:647-50.
Turke, PW. 1984. On what's not wrong with a Darwinian theory of culture. American Anthropologist 86:663-68.
Turke PW. 1984. Effects of ovulatory concealment and synchrony on protohominid mating systems and paternal roles. Ethology and Sociobiology 6:79-87.
Turke PW, Betzig LL. 1983. On testing sociobiological theory: A response to Handwerker and Crosbie. American Anthropologist 85:409-10.