ao. Univ.-Prof. Mag. Mag. Dr. Sylvia Kirchengast

News: Freitag 19.1.2018. entfällt die Sprechstunde

Consultation hours: Sprechstunde: Freitag 9-10h Department für Anthropologie Raum: Raum 2.012

Kirchengast, S., Hartmann, B. W., Pölzlberger, E-M., Hafner, E., & Stümpflein, I. (2017). Maternal height and pre-pregnancy weight status are associated with foetal growth patterns and newborn size. Journal of Biosocial Science.
Kirchengast, S. (2017). Sexual dimorphism in directional and fluctuating asymmetries among !Kung San and Kavango people from northern Namibia. American Journal of Human Biology.
Kirchengast, S. (2017). Diabetes and obesity – an evolutionary perspective. AIMS Medical Science.
Kirchengast, S., & Hartmann, B. W. (2017). Maternal obesity increases the risk of primary as well as secondary caesarean section. Annals of Obesity & Disorders .
Kirchengast, S., & Huber, J. C. (2017). Fat distribution patterns and hormone levels among lean and overweight PCOS patients. Endocrinology and Diabetes Research, 3(1). DOI: 10.4172/2470-7570.1000116
Kirchengast, S., & Christiansen, K. (2017). The impact of androgen levels on directional and fluctuating asymmetries among !Kung San and Kavango males from northern Namibia. Symmetry, 9(5), [72]. DOI: 10.3390/sym9050072
Kirchengast, S., & Musalek, C. (2017). Grip strength as an indicator of health related quality of life in old age – a pilot study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Kirchengast, S. (2017). Vom Hunger zum Überfluss - zur Bedeutung veränderter Ernährungsmuster für den Gewichtsstatus von Migranten. Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien.
Kirchengast, S. (2017). Menopause -female reproductive senescence from the viewpoint of evolutionary anthropology. in A Multidisciplinary Look at Menopause INTECH-Open Science.
Kirchengast, S. (2017). Caesarean Section: From the Viewpoint of Evolutionary Medicine. in Caesarean delivery Avid Science.
Kirchengast, S. (2017). Impact of transnational migration: underweight and obesity in contemporary Europe. in Handbook of Famine, Starvation, and Nutrient Deprivation Springer.
Kirchengast, S., & Kuderer, S. (2016). The association of hand preference and sensation seeking behaviour. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 73, 187-194.
Kirchengast, S., & Putz, B. (2016). Discriminative grandparental solicitude - the impact of gender. Anthropological Review , 79, 151-167. DOI: 10.1515/anre-2016-0012
Kirchengast, S., & Olsson, B. (2016). A search for more valid handedness items: The leading hand in bimanual activities. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 73.
Kirchengast, S. (2016). Stadtluft macht krank - zur Bedeutung urbaner Lebensformen für Morbidität und Mortalität aus Sicht der biologischen Anthropologie. Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien, 146, 145-158.
Kirchengast, S. (2016). The insane woman - mental disorders and female life history - a Darwinian approach. Neuropsychiatry, 6. DOI: 10.4172/Neuropsychiatry.1000151
Kirchengast, S. (2016). Teenage pregnancies - a worldwide social and medical problem. in R. Laratta (Hrsg.), An analysis of contemporary social welfare issues (S. 13-30.). INTECH-Open Science.
Kirchengast, S. (2015). Adipositas – eine Bürde der Evolution? Biologie in unserer Zeit, 45, 36-42.
Kirchengast, S., & Cermak, C. (2015). Calcaneal spurs among San and Khoi skeletons. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 72, 107-115.
Kirchengast, S., & Schlee, J. (2015). Differential grandparental investment – the impact of phenotypic resemblance. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 72, 411-425.
Kirchengast, S., & Cermak, C. (2015). Prevalence of plantar calcaneal spurs among historical populations from Austria. Folia Antropologica, 14, 67-74.
Kirchengast, S., & Waidhofer, M. (2015). Sexual dimorphism in directional asymmetry of the upper limb bones among Khoe-San skeletons. HOMO: journal of comparative human biology, 66, 509-418.
Kirchengast, S., & Haslinger, B. (2015). Intergenerational contacts influence health related quality of life and subjective well being among Austrian elderly. Collegium Antropologicum.
Kirchengast, S., & Kirchengast, N. I. (2015). Zur Symbolik des menschlichen Schädels aus Sicht der biologischen Anthropologie und Archäologie. Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft Wien, 173-186.
Kirchengast, S. (2015). Weight status and lean body mass are associated with bone mass and bone mineral density among adult women. in Bone Mineral Density (BMD): New Research (S. 77-94). Nova Science.
Kirchengast, S. (2015). Gender und Paläoanthropologie - die Rolle der Frau in Modellen zur Hominidenevolution. in Lebenswelten von Kindern und Frauen in der Vormoderne. Archäologische und anthropologische Forschungen in memoriam Brigitte Lorkhe (S. 189-198)
Kirchengast, S. (2014). Human sexual dimorphism - a sex and gender perspective. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 123-133.
Kirchengast, S. (2014). Physical inactivity from the viewpoint of evolutionary medicine. Sports, 34-50. DOI: 10.3390/sports2020034
Kirchengast, S. (2014). Sexual dimorphism in newborn size and its relationship to newborn vital parameters. Folia Antropologica, 37-45.
Kirchengast, S., & Kilaf, E. (2014). High prevalence of overweight and obesity among Turkish girls and women in Vienna, Austria - a review of the Viennese obesity and migration project. Austin Journal of Endocrinology and Diabetes, 488-496.
Kirchengast, S. (2014). Mann der Jäger - Frau die Sammlerin. Geschlechtstypische Arbeitsteilung aus Sicht der biologischen Anthropologie. Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft Wien, 165-178.
Kirchengast, S. (2014). Human obesity from the viewpoint of evolutionary medicine. in Health consequences of human central obesity (S. 55-70)
Kirchengast, S. (2014). The impact of socioeconomic change on human growth. in Human growth: The mirror of society (S. 96-110)
Kirchengast, S., & Kirisits, K. (2013). Adolescent pregnancy outcome and the impact of social support - a pilot study from eastern Austria. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 70, 439-453.
Kirchengast, S., & Hartmann, B. W. (2013). Maternal obesity affects newborn somatometrics and vital parameters in a gender typivcal manner - evidence for the male disadvantage hypothesis? Collegium Antropologicum, 37, 1057-1063.
Kirchengast, S., & Rühli, F. (2013). Evolutionary medicine and its implications for endocrinological issues (e.g. menopause). General and Comparative Endocrinology, 186, 145-149.
Kirchengast, S., & Huber, J. C. (2013). Age typical associations between skeletal muscle mass and bone mass among healthy women. Journal of Women´s Health, Issues & Care , 2, 2-8.
Kirchengast, S., & Hartmann, B. W. (2013). Determinants of gestational weight gain with special respect to maternal stature height and its consequences for newborn parameters. Anthropological Review , 76, 151-162.
Kirchengast, S. (2013). Sturzverletzungen als Folge des Gebrechlichkeitssyndroms und aus Sicht der Evolutionären Medizin und Human life history. Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft Wien, 143, 191-202.
Kirchengast, S. (2012). Gender differences in nutritional behavior and weight status during early and late adolescence. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 69(3), 289-304. DOI: 10.1127/0003-5548/2012/0212
Hermanussen, M., Lieberman, L. S., Schönfeld Janewa, V., Scheffler, C., Ghosh, A., Bogin, B.,... Meier, J. (2012). Diversity in auxology: between theory and practice. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 69(2), 159-174. DOI: 10.1127/0003-5548/2012/0133
Kirchengast, S., & Huber, J. C. (2012). Sex-specific associations between soft tissue body composition and bone mineral density among older adults. Annals of Human Biology, 39(3), 206-213. DOI: 10.3109/03014460.2012.676067
Stoegerer-Hecher, E., Kirchengast, S., Huber, J. C., & Hartmann, B. W. (2012). Amenorrhea and BMI as independent determinants of patient satisfaction in LNG-IUD users: cross-sectional study in a Central Europe district. Gynecological Endocrinology, 28(2), 119-124.
Kirchengast, S., & Hartmann, B. W. (2011). Is there really a weaker sex? The male disadvantage hypothesis from a bioanthropological point of view. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 68(4), 502-503.
Kirchengast, S. (2011). Secular trends in growth and sexual maturity in Europe: An example for the complex interaction between social change and human biology. in Advances in Sociology Research Unknown publisher.
Kirchengast, S. (2011). Migrant status - an important risk factor for developing obesity during childhood. in Childhood obesity: Risk factors, health effects and prevention Unknown publisher.
Kirchengast, S. (2011). Obesity prevalence and nutritional habits among Indian women: a comparison between Punjabi women living in India and Punjabi migrants in Vienna, Austria. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 68(3), 239-251.
Kirchengast, S., & Haslinger, B. (2011). The association between mild geriatric depression and reproductive history - a Darwinian approach. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 68(2), 209-220. DOI: 10.1127/0003-5548/2011/0091
Kirchengast, S., & Kilaf, E. (2011). Socio-economic Position and Obesity among Turkish migrant women in Vienna, Austria. Journal of Life Sciences, 3(2), 107-116.
Kirchengast, S. (2011). Die Menopause - zur bedeutung der postgenerativen Lebensphase der Frau aus Sicht der Evolutionsbiologie. Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft Wien.
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