In press Thayer, Z. “The vitamin D hypothesis revisited: Differences in UV exposure do not explain disparities in birth outcomes within the United States” American Journal of Epidemiology
2013 Thayer, Z., and S. Dobson. "Geographic Variation in Chin Shape Challenges the Universal Facial Attractiveness Hypothesis." PloS one 8(4): e60681.
2013 Kuzawa, C. and Z. Thayer. “Toppling typologies: Developmental plasticity and the environmental origins of human biological variation.” Rethinking Race and Science: Biology, Genes and
Culture School of Advanced Research Press: 43-56.
2012 Thayer, Z., Ferranil, A., and C. Kuzawa. “Maternal cortisol disproportionately impacts fetal growth in male offspring: Evidence from the Philippines.” American Journal of Human Biology 24: 1-4.
2011 Thayer, Z. and C. Kuzawa. “The biology of embodiment: epigenetic pathways to health disparities” Epigenetics 6(7):798-803.
2011 Kuzawa, C and Z. Thayer. “The Timescales of Human Adaptation: the Role of Epigenetic Processes and Policy Implications.” Epigenomics, 3(2): 221-234.
2010 Thayer, Z. and S. Dobson. “Sexual Dimorphism in Chin Shape: Implications for Adaptive Hypotheses.”American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 143(4): 417-425.
In press Thayer, Z. and C. Kuzawa. "Intergenerational effects of maternal experience: Influence of SES on maternal and offspring stress physiology in New Zealand." American Journal of Human Biology
2014 Lee, J., Fried, R, Thayer, Z., and C. Kuzawa. "Preterm delivery as a predictor of diurnal cortisol profiles in adulthood: Evidence from Cebu, Philippines." American Journal of Human Biology 26(5): 598-602
2014 Thayer, Z. “The vitamin D hypothesis revisited: Differences in UV exposure do not explain disparities in birth outcomes within the United States” American Journal of Epidemiology 179(8): 947-955.