Duncan Gillespie
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Are interventions to promote healthy eating equally effective for all? Systematic review of socioeconomic inequalities in impact
R McGill, E Anwar, L Orton, H Bromley, F Lloyd-Williams, M O’Flaherty, ...
BMC public health 15 (1), 1-15, 2015
Predictable males and unpredictable females: sex difference in repeatability of parental care in a wild bird population
S Nakagawa, DOS Gillespie, BJ Hatchwell, T Burke
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (5), 1674-1681, 2007
Assessing the function of house sparrows' bib size using a flexible meta-analysis method
S Nakagawa, N Ockendon, DOS Gillespie, BJ Hatchwell, T Burke
Behavioral Ecology 18 (5), 831-840, 2007
When fecundity does not equal fitness: evidence of an offspring quantity versus quality trade-off in pre-industrial humans
DOS Gillespie, AF Russell, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1635), 713-722, 2008
Severe intergenerational reproductive conflict and the evolution of menopause
M Lahdenperä, DOS Gillespie, V Lummaa, AF Russell
Ecology letters 15 (11), 1283-1290, 2012
Divergence in Age Patterns of Mortality Change Drives International Divergence in Lifespan Inequality
DOS Gillespie, MV Trotter, SD Tuljapurkar
Demography 51 (3), 1003-1017, 2014
Does the badge of status influence parental care and investment in house sparrows? An experimental test
S Nakagawa, N Ockendon, DOS Gillespie, BJ Hatchwell, T Burke
Oecologia 153 (3), 749-760, 2007
The effect of maternal age and reproductive history on offspring survival and lifetime reproduction in preindustrial humans
DOS Gillespie, AF Russell, V Lummaa
Evolution 67 (7), 1964-1974, 2013
The influence of sex and body size on nestling survival and recruitment in the house sparrow
IR Cleasby, S Nakagawa, DOS Gillespie, T Burke
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 101 (3), 680-688, 2010
The health equity and effectiveness of policy options to reduce dietary salt intake in England: policy forecast
DOS Gillespie, K Allen, M Guzman-Castillo, P Bandosz, P Moreira, ...
PloS one 10 (7), e0127927, 2015
Future declines of coronary heart disease mortality in England and Wales could counter the burden of population ageing
M Guzman Castillo, DOS Gillespie, K Allen, P Bandosz, V Schmid, ...
PLoS One 9 (6), e99482, 2014
Understanding the alcohol harm paradox: an analysis of sex‐and condition‐specific hospital admissions by socio‐economic group for alcohol‐associated conditions in England
S Sadler, C Angus, L Gavens, D Gillespie, J Holmes, J Hamilton, ...
Addiction 112 (5), 808-817, 2017
A victory for statins or a defeat for diet policies? Cholesterol falls in Poland in the past decade: a modeling study
P Bandosz, M O'Flaherty, M Rutkowski, C Kypridemos, ...
International journal of cardiology 185, 313-319, 2015
Pair-bonding modifies the age-specific intensities of natural selection on human female fecundity
DOS Gillespie, M Lahdenperä, AF Russell, V Lummaa
The American Naturalist 176 (2), 159-169, 2010
Are recent attempts to quit smoking associated with reduced drinking in England? A cross-sectional population survey
J Brown, R West, E Beard, A Brennan, C Drummond, D Gillespie, ...
BMC Public Health 16 (1), 1-7, 2016
Modelling the impact of minimum unit price and identification and brief advice policies using the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model version 3
C Angus, D Gillespie, A Ally, A Brennan
Sheffield, UK: ScHARR, University of Sheffield, 2015
Birth‐order differences can drive natural selection on aging
DOS Gillespie, MV Trotter, S Krishna‐Kumar, SD Tuljapurkar
Evolution 68 (3), 886-892, 2014
Assessing the contribution of alcohol‐specific causes to socio‐economic inequalities in mortality in England and Wales 2001–16
C Angus, R Pryce, J Holmes, F de Vocht, M Hickman, P Meier, A Brennan, ...
Addiction 115 (12), 2268-2279, 2020
Socioeconomic inequalities in the delivery of brief interventions for smoking and excessive drinking: findings from a cross-sectional household survey in England
C Angus, J Brown, E Beard, D Gillespie, P Buykx, EFS Kaner, S Michie, ...
BMJ open 9 (4), e023448, 2019
An Evidence-Based Model for Estimating Requirements for Specialist Alcohol Treatment Capacity in England The Specialist Treatment for Alcohol Model (STreAM) Version 1.0
A Brennan, P Buykx, RE Pryce, A Jones, D Hill-McManus, T Stone, A Ally, ...
University of Sheffield, King's College London and University of Manchester, 2016
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