American Journal of Human Biology

(The H4-Index of American Journal of Human Biology is 17. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Systemic racism, chronic health inequities, andCOVID‐19: A syndemic in the making?206
Sexual and gender minority health vulnerabilities during the COVID‐19 health crisis70
COVID‐19‐related financial stress associated with higher likelihood of depression among pregnant women living in the United States57
Don't blame the BAME: Ethnic and structural inequalities in susceptibilities to COVID‐1952
Challenging the binary: Gender/sex and the bio‐logics of normalcy40
“If there is no water, we cannot feed our children”: The far‐reaching consequences of water insecurity on infant feeding practices and infant health across 16 low‐ and middle‐income countries40
“Epigenetic clocks”: Theory and applications in human biology39
Building on the biocultural syntheses: 20 years and still expanding37
Stigma, pandemics, and human biology: Looking back, looking forward25
Dried blood spots: Effects of less than optimal collection, shipping time, heat, and humidity21
Doing biocultural anthropology: Continuity and change20
Dynamics of behavior change in the COVID world20
Hydration in relation to water insecurity, heat index, and lactation status in two small‐scale populations in hot‐humid and hot‐arid environments20
Elevated resting metabolic rates among female, but not male, reindeer herders from subarctic Finland19
COVID‐19, crisis, and emotional stress: A biocultural perspective of their impact on growth and development for the next generation18
Biocultural approaches to transgender and gender diverse experience and health: Integrating biomarkers and advancing gender/sex research18
Maternal and child health during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Contributions in the field of human biology17
Pearl lecture: Biological normalcy: A new framework for biocultural analysis of human population variation17
Prediction of maturity offset and age at peak height velocity in a longitudinal series of boys and girls17