Casey J. Roulette

Cotinine assay. Mark Remiker (left) and Casey Roulette (right)
Cotinine assay. Mark Remiker (left) and Casey Roulette (right)
  • PhD, Evolutionary Anthropology
  • Evolution of substance use
  • Graduated: 2015
  • Advisor: Edward H. Hagen

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Biographical sketch

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Research statement

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PDF Roulette CJ and Hewlett BS 2018. Patterns of Cannabis Use Among Congo Basin Hunter-Gatherers. Journal of Ethnobiology, 38, 517–532.
PDF Hewlett BS, Berl REW, Roulette CJ 2016. Teaching and overimitation in hunter-gatherers. In: Social Learning and Innovation in Hunter-Gatherers, H Terashima and BS Hewlett (eds.).
PDF Hewlett BS and Roulette CJ 2016. Teaching in Hunter-Gatherer Infancy. Royal Society Open Science.
PDF Roulette CJ, Hagen EH and Hewlett BS 2016. A biocultural investigation of gender differences in tobacco use in an egalitarian hunter-gatherer population. Human Nature.
PDF Roulette CJ, Kazanji M, Breurec S, and Hagen EH 2015. High Prevalence of Cannabis Use Among Aka Foragers of the Congo Basin and Its Possible Relationship to Helminthiasis. American Journal of Human Biology.
PDF Roulette CJ, Mann H, Kemp BM, Remiker M, Roulette JW, Hewlett BS, Kazanji M, Breurec S, Monchy D, Sullivan RJ, and Hagen EH 2014. Tobacco use vs. helminths in Congo basin hunter-gatherers: Self-medication in humans? Evolution and Human Behavior, 35, 397–407.
PDF Hagen EH, Roulette CJ and Sullivan RJ 2013. Explaining human recreational use of 'pesticides': The neurotoxin regulation model of substance use vs. the hijack model and implications for age and sex differences in drug consumption. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 4.