Robert Lynch is at the Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES) conference 2018 in Amsterdam, presenting a talk on "Intergration and reproduction in a refugee population: Intergration increases social status while in-group bonding increases fitness outcomes of Finnish evacuees in WWII". http://www.hbes.com/conference/hbes2018/

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Special thanks to John Loerh and all the staff at the Lammi Biological Station, University of Helsinki for hosting us!

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