I am currently the study director of the Sociological Research Practicum at the Karl F. Schuessler Institute for Social Research.
Jamison, Cheryl Sorenson, Laurel L.Cornell, Paul L. Jamison, and Hideki Nakazato. 2002. Are all grandmothers equal? A review and a preliminary test of the "Grandmother Hypothesis" in Tokugawa Japan. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 119: 67-76.
Jamison, Cheryl Sorenson, Michael Wallace, and Paul L. Jamison. 2004. Contemporary work characteristics, stress, and ill health. American Journal of Human Biology 16:43-56.
Jamison, Cheryl Sorenson, Paul L. Jamison, and Laurel L. Cornell. (in press) Human female longevity: How important is being a grandmother? In E. Voland J. Beise, and A. Chasiotis (eds). Grandmotherhood: The Evolutionary Significance of the Second Half of Life. New Brunswick, NJ.: Rutgers University Press.