Definition of biodemography
- The authors, University of Chicago scientists, research the biodemography of aging. Here they use that emerging science to help lay readers understand what is and isn't possible in extending life.
- —Mary Carroll, Booklist, December 2000
biodemographerplay \¦bī-(ˌ)ō-di-¦mä-grə-fər\ noun, plural biodemographers
- The reason, according to biodemographers, that average life expectancy will plateau is that many of the causes of early death—especially infectious diseases—have been dealt with.
- —John E. Dowling, The Great Brain Debate, 2004
biodemographicplay \¦bī-(ˌ)ō-ˌde-mə-¦gra-fik, -ˌdē-\ adjective
- Bogaert collected biodemographic data on gay and straight men raised in families with various combinations of older and younger brothers and sisters.
- —Karen Kaplan, Los Angeles Times, 27 June 2006