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2019 Song, Shige, and Weidong Wang. "Testing the Only-Child Advantage in Cognitive Development in the Context of China’s One-Child Policy." Population Research and Policy Review 38(6):841–867.

2019 Babiarz, Kimberly, Paul Ma, Shige Song, and Grant Miller. “Population Sex Imbalance in China before the One-Child Policy.” Demographic Research 40(13):319-358.

2018 Song, Shige. "Spending Patterns of Chinese Parents on Children's Backpacks Support the Trivers-Willard Hypothesis: Results Based on Transaction Data from China's Largest Online Retailer." Evolution & Human Behavior 39(3):336-342.

2017 Zhang, Zhuoni, Shige Song, and Xiaogang Wu. “Exodus from Hunger: The Long-Term Health Consequences of the 1959–1961 Chinese Famine.” Biodemography and Social Biology  63(2):148-166.

2016 Song, Shige, and Lu Zheng. "The Impact of Sent-Down Movement on Chinese Women's Age at First Marriage." Demographic Research 34(28):797-826.

2015 Song, Shige. "Privation, Stress, and Human Sex Ratio at Birth." Early Human Development 91(12):823-827.

2014  Song, Shige. "Malnutrition, Sex Ratio, and Selection: A Study Based on the Great Leap Forward Famine." Human Nature 25(4):580-595.

2014  Song, Shige. "Evidence of Adaptive Intergenerational Sex Ratio Adjustment in Contemporary Human Populations." Theoretical Population Biology 92:14-21.

2013  Song, Shige. “Identifying the Intergenerational Effects of the 1959-1961 Chinese Great Leap Forward Famine on Infant Mortality.” Economics and Human Biology 11(4):474-487.

2013  Song, Shige. “Assessing the Impact of In Utero Exposure to Famine on Fecundity: Evidence from the 1959–61 Famine in China. Population Studies 67(3):293-308.

2013  Song, Shige "Prenatal Malnutrition and Subsequent Foetal Loss Risk: Evidence from the 1959-1961 Chinese Famine. Demographic Research 29:707-728.

2012  Song, Shige. "Does Famine Influence Sex Ratio at Birth? Evidence from the 1959-1961 Great Leap Forward Famine in China." Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279(1739):2883-2890.

2011  Song, Shige, and Sarah A. Burgard. “Dynamics of Inequality: Mother’s Education and Infant Mortality in China, 1970-2001.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 52(3):349-364.

2010  Song, Shige. “Mortality Consequences of the 1959-1961 Great Leap Forward Famine in China: Debilitation, Selection, and Mortality Crossovers.” Social Science & Medicine 71(3):551-558.

2010  Peng, Xiaoxia*, Shige Song*, Jingjun Qiu, and Wei Wang. “Ageing, the Urban-Rural Gap and Disability Trends: 19 Years of Experience in China - 1987 to 2006.” PLoS ONE 5(8): e12129. (*Equal Contribution)

2009  Song, Shige, Peifeng Hu, and Wei Wang. “Famine, Death, and Madness: Schizophrenia in Early Adulthood after Prenatal  Exposure to the Chinese Great Leap Forward Famine.” Social Science & Medicine 68(7):1315-1321.

2009  Song, Shige. “Does Famine Have a Long-Term Effect on Cohort Mortality? Evidence from the 1959-1961 Great Leap Forward Famine in China.” Journal of Biosocial Science 41(4): 469-491.

2008  Song, Shige, and Sarah A. Burgard. “Does Son Preference Influence Children’s Growth in Height? A Comparative Study of Chinese and Filipino Children.” Population Studies 62(3):1-16.

2005  Treiman, Donald J., William M. Mason, Yao Lu, Yi Pan, Yaqiang Qi, and Shige Song. “Observations on the Design and Implementation of Sample Surveys in China.” Social Transformations in Chinese Societies 1:81-101.

2005  Song, Shige, and Chen Huashan. “Longitudinal Data and Growth Modeling in Sociological Research.” Sociological Studies (Shehuixue Yanjiu) 5:69-91 [in Chinese].


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