Emily H Emmott
Emily H Emmott
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Practical support from fathers and grandmothers is associated with lower levels of breastfeeding in the UK millennium cohort study
EH Emmott, R Mace
PLoS One 10 (7), e0133547, 2015
1042015
Alloparenting
EH Emmott, AE Page
Encyclopedia of evolutionary psychological science, 210-223, 2021
212021
Typologies of postnatal support and breastfeeding at two months in the UK
EH Emmott, AE Page, S Myers
Social Science & Medicine 246, 112791, 2020
212020
Children are important too: juvenile playgroups and maternal childcare in a foraging population, the Agta
AE Page, EH Emmott, M Dyble, D Smith, N Chaudhary, S Viguier, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1827), 20200026, 2021
192021
Direct investment by stepfathers can mitigate effects on educational outcomes but does not improve behavioural difficulties
EH Emmott, R Mace
Evolution and Human Behavior 35 (5), 438-444, 2014
192014
How evolutionary behavioural sciences can help us understand behaviour in a pandemic
M Arnot, E Brandl, OLK Campbell, Y Chen, J Du, M Dyble, EH Emmott, ...
Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health 2020 (1), 264-278, 2020
172020
Cohort profile: children in need census (CIN) records of children referred for social care support in England
EH Emmott, MA Jay, J Woodman
BMJ open 9 (2), e023771, 2019
102019
The differential role of practical and emotional support in infant feeding experience in the UK
S Myers, AE Page, EH Emmott
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1827), 20200034, 2021
82021
Who cares for women with children? Crossing the bridge between disciplines
EH Emmott, S Myers, AE Page
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1827), 20200019, 2021
62021
The relationship between social support, stressful events, and menopause symptoms
M Arnot, EH Emmott, R Mace
PloS one 16 (1), e0245444, 2021
52021
Allomaternal investments and child outcomes in the United Kingdom
EH Emmott
UCL (University College London), 2015
52015
Communication Across Maternal Social Networks During England’s First National Lockdown and Its Association With Postnatal Depressive Symptoms
S Myers, EH Emmott
Frontiers in psychology 12, 1583, 2021
42021
Access to alloparents
E Emmott
Springer, 2017
42017
Why the Son-bias in Caregiving? Testing Sex-differences in the Associations Between Paternal Caregiving and Child Outcomes in England
EH Emmott, R Mace
Journal of Family Issues 42 (6), 1354-1383, 2021
32021
Hormonal Oral Contraceptive Use and Depression and Anxiety in England
JR Siddall, EH Emmott
OSF Preprints, 2021
22021
Typologies of postnatal support and breastfeeding at two months in the UK: Response to comments by Harpur & Haddon
EH Emmott, AE Page, S Myers
Social Science & Medicine 252, 112944, 2020
22020
Why the son-bias in fathering? Testing sex-differences in the associations between paternal caregiving and child outcomes in England (Pre-print)
EH Emmott, R Mace
OSF Preprints, 2018
22018
Testing the buffering hypothesis: Breastfeeding problems, cessation, and social support in the UK
AE Page, EH Emmott, S Myers
American Journal of Human Biology, e23621, 2021
12021
Explaining local variation in referrals from health services to children’s social care in England 2013–16: a study using ‘children in need’administrative data
EH Emmott, L Mc Grath-Lone, K Harron, J Woodman
Journal of Public Health 43 (1), 180-188, 2021
12021
Postnatal depression symptom trajectories across the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from the United Kingdom
S Myers, EH Emmott
OSF Preprints, 2021
12021
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