Age and sex differences in time allocation a–d, Proportion of time spent engaged in domestic chores (a), childcare (b), out-of-camp work (c) and leisure activities (d) for individuals across all camps. Solid red lines represent females, while dashed blue lines represent males. Data in all panels represent all individuals aged >3.5 years (n = 151 male; n = 135 female). Curves are locally estimated scatterplot smoothed, with a 95% CI (shaded area) computed with span = 0.75 and degree = 2. Triangles show the mean values for individual males, while circles show the mean values for individual females.
Differences in time allocation between camps and between adults with and without young children a–c, Association between non-foraging as a proportion of all out-of-camp work and adult daylight leisure time (a), adult daylight out-of-camp work time (b), and adult leisure time split by sex across the ten study camps (c). Lines are the slopes from linear regressions, as described in the main text. The dashed lines in a and b are the 95% CIs. d, Time allocation of adult women and men with a youngest child under the age of 2 years and a youngest child between the ages of 2 and 10 years (women with child <2 years: n = 35; women with child 2–10 years: n = 15; men with child <2 years: n = 33; men with child 2–10 years: n = 13). Child., childcare; Dom., domestic chores; Work, out-of-camp work.