Jason A. DeCaro
Jason A. DeCaro
Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology, The University of Alabama
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Methodological considerations in the use of salivary α‐amylase as a stress marker in field research
JA DeCaro
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2008
Changing family routines at kindergarten entry predict biomarkers of parental stress
JA DeCaro, CM Worthman
International Journal of Behavioral Development 35 (5), 441-448, 2011
The signs of stress: Embodiments of biosocial stress among type 2 diabetic women in New Delhi, India
LJ Weaver, CM Worthman, JA DeCaro, SV Madhu
Social Science & Medicine 131, 122-130, 2015
Return to school accompanied by changing associations between family ecology and cortisol
JA DeCaro, CM Worthman
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2008
Culture and the socialization of child cardiovascular regulation at school entry in the US
JA Decaro, CM Worthman
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2008
Pretend play as a protective factor for developing executive functions among children living in poverty
RB Thibodeau-Nielsen, AT Gilpin, F Palermo, AF Nancarrow, CB Farrell, ...
Cognitive Development 56, 100964, 2020
Tattooing to “Toughen up”: Tattoo experience and secretory immunoglobulin A
CD Lynn, JT Dominguez, JA DeCaro
American Journal of Human Biology 28 (5), 603-609, 2016
Cultural models, parent behavior, and young child experience in working American families
JA DeCaro, CM Worthman
Parenting: Science and Practice 7 (2), 177-203, 2007
Sex differences in child nutritional and immunological status 5–9 years post contact in fringe highland Papua New Guinea
JA Decaro, E Decaro, CM Worthman
American Journal of Human Biology 22 (5), 657-666, 2010
Household-level predictors of maternal mental health and systemic inflammation among infants in Mwanza, Tanzania
JA DeCaro, M Manyama, W Wilson
American Journal of Human Biology, 2015
Does moderate iron deficiency protect against childhood illness? A test of the optimal iron hypothesis in Tanzania
C Hadley, JA DeCaro
American journal of physical anthropology 157 (4), 675-679, 2015
Testing hypothesized predictors of immune activation in tanzanian infants and children: Community, household, caretaker, and child effects
C Hadley, JA Decaro
American Journal of Human Biology 26 (4), 523-529, 2014
Racial/ethnic differences in sleep quality among older adults with osteoarthritis
PA Parmelee, BS Cox, JA DeCaro, FJ Keefe, DM Smith
Sleep health 3 (3), 163-169, 2017
Guadalupan devotion as a moderator of psychosocial stress among Mexican immigrants in the rural Southern United States
MR Read‐Wahidi, JA DeCaro
Medical anthropology quarterly 31 (4), 572-591, 2017
Life history theory and human behavior: Testing associations between environmental harshness, life history strategies and testosterone
JE Aronoff, JA DeCaro
Personality and Individual Differences 139, 110-115, 2019
Explanatory models of female pubertal timing: discordances between cultural models of maturation and the recollection and interpretation of personal developmental experiences
CD Buzney, JA DeCaro
Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 36, 601-620, 2012
Momentary Associations of Osteoarthritis Pain and Affect: Depression as Moderator
PA Parmelee, EA Behrens, K Costlow Hill, BS Cox, JA DeCaro, FJ Keefe, ...
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 77 (7), 1240-1249, 2022
Momentary reports of fatigue predict physical activity level: Wrist, waist, and combined accelerometry
DM Smith, JA DeCaro, SL Murphy, PA Parmelee
Journal of aging and health 32 (9), 921-925, 2020
Beyond catecholamines: Measuring autonomic responses to psychosocial context
JA DeCaro
American Journal of Human Biology 28 (3), 309-317, 2016
Applying minimally invasive biomarkers of chronic stress across complex ecological contexts
JA DeCaro, C Helfrecht
American Journal of Human Biology 34 (11), e23814, 2022
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