SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Sarah A. Schrader, Elucidating inequality in Nubia: An examination of entheseal changes at Kerma (Sudan), American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2015, 156, 1
  2. 2
    Karyne N. Rabey, David J. Green, Andrea B. Taylor, David R. Begun, Brian G. Richmond, Shannon C. McFarlin, Locomotor activity influences muscle architecture and bone growth but not muscle attachment site morphology, Journal of Human Evolution, 2015, 78, 91

    CrossRef

  3. 3
    J. L. A. Palmer, M. H. L. Hoogland, A. L. Waters-Rist, Activity Reconstruction of Post-Medieval Dutch Rural Villagers from Upper Limb Osteoarthritis and Entheseal Changes, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2014, 24, 6
  4. 4
    WATARU TAKIGAWA, Age changes of musculoskeletal stress markers and their inter-period comparisons, Anthropological Science, 2014, 122, 1, 7

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    H. Cohen, V. Slon, A. Barash, H. May, B. Medlej, I. Hershkovitz, Assyrian Attitude Towards Captive Enemies: A 2700-year-old Paleo-forensic Study, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2014, 24, 6
  6. 6
    Aline Thomas, Bioarchaeology of the middle Neolithic: Evidence for archery among early european farmers, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2014, 154, 2
  7. 7
    Arkadiusz Sołtysiak, Comment on the Analysis of Two Skeletons from Terqa, Syria, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2014, 24, 5
  8. 8
    S. Niinimäki, A-K. Salmi, Entheseal Changes in Free-Ranging Versus Zoo Reindeer—Observing Activity Status of Reindeer, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2014, 24, 6
  9. 9
    E. Weiss, Examining Activity Patterns and Biological Confounding Factors: Differences between Fibrocartilaginous and Fibrous Musculoskeletal Stress Markers, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2014, 24, 6
  10. 10
    Astrid Slizewski, Eva Burger-Heinrich, Michael Francken, Joachim Wahl, Katerina Harvati, Pilot Study for Reconstruction of Soft Tissues: Muscle Cross-Sectional Area of the Forearm Estimated from Cortical Bone for a Neolithic Sample, The Anatomical Record, 2014, 297, 6
  11. 11
    Elena F. Kranioti, Mario A. Apostol, Sexual dimorphism of the tibia in contemporary Greeks, Italians, and Spanish: forensic implications, International Journal of Legal Medicine, 2014,

    CrossRef

  12. 12
    Efthymia Nikita, The use of generalized linear models and generalized estimating equations in bioarchaeological studies, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2014, 153, 3
  13. 13
    Aimee Foster, Hallie Buckley, Nancy Tayles, Using Enthesis Robusticity to Infer Activity in the Past: A Review, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 2014, 21, 3, 511

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Lara K. Noldner, Heather J.H. Edgar, 3D representation and analysis of enthesis morphology, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2013, 152, 3
  15. 15
    L. A. Cashmore, S. R. Zakrzewski, Assessment of Musculoskeletal Stress Marker Development in the Hand, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2013, 23, 3
  16. 16
    S. Stefanović, M. Porčić, Between-group Differences in the Patterning of Musculo-skeletal Stress Markers: Avoiding Confounding Factors by Focusing on Qualitative Aspects of Physical Activity, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2013, 23, 1
  17. 17
    V. Campanacho, A. L. Santos, Comparison of the Entheseal Changes of the os coxae of Portuguese Males (19th–20th centuries) with Known Occupation, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2013, 23, 2
  18. 18
    S. Niinimäki, S. Söderling, J.-A. Junno, M. Finnilä, M. Niskanen, Cortical bone thickness can adapt locally to muscular loading while changing with age, HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 2013, 64, 6, 474

    CrossRef

  19. 19
    Kanya Godde, Rebecca Wilson Taylor, Distinguishing body mass and activity level from the lower limb: Can entheses diagnose obesity?, Forensic Science International, 2013, 226, 1-3, 303.e1

    CrossRef

  20. 20
    C.Y. Henderson, Do diseases cause entheseal changes at fibrous entheses?, International Journal of Paleopathology, 2013, 3, 1, 64

    CrossRef

  21. 21
    Pere Ibáñez-Gimeno, Soledad Esteban-Trivigno, Xavier Jordana, Joan Manyosa, Assumpció Malgosa, Ignasi Galtés, Functional plasticity of the human humerus: Shape, rigidity, and muscular entheses, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2013, 150, 4
  22. 22
    Angela R. Lieverse, Vladimir Ivanovich Bazaliiskii, Olga Ivanovna Goriunova, Andrzej W. Weber, Lower limb activity in the Cis-Baikal: Entheseal changes among middle holocene siberian foragers, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2013, 150, 3
  23. 23
    Sirpa Niinimäki, Markku Niskanen, Jaakko Niinimäki, Miika Nieminen, Juha Tuukkanen, Juho-Antti Junno, Modeling skeletal traits and functions of the upper body: Comparing archaeological and anthropological material, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 2013, 32, 3, 347

    CrossRef

  24. 24
    Astrid Slizewski, Eckhard Schönau, Colin Shaw, Katerina Harvati, Muscle area estimation from cortical bone, The Anatomical Record, 2013, 296, 11
  25. 25
    C. B. Davis, K. A. Shuler, M. E. Danforth, K. E. Herndon, Patterns of Interobserver Error in the Scoring of Entheseal Changes, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2013, 23, 2
  26. 26
    C. Y. Henderson, F. Alves Cardoso, Special Issue Entheseal Changes and Occupation: Technical and Theoretical Advances and Their Applications, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2013, 23, 2
  27. 27
    C. Henderson, Subsistence strategy changes: The evidence of entheseal changes, HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 2013, 64, 6, 491

    CrossRef

  28. 28
    C.Y. HENDERSON, Technical note: Quantifying size and shape of entheses, Anthropological Science, 2013, 121, 1, 63

    CrossRef

  29. 29
    S. Niinimäki, L. Baiges Sotos, The Relationship Between Intensity of Physical Activity and Entheseal Changes on the Lower Limb, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2013, 23, 2
  30. You have free access to this content30
    S. Villotte, C. J. Knüsel, Understanding Entheseal Changes: Definition and Life Course Changes, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2013, 23, 2
  31. 31
    Nico Radi, Valentina Mariotti, Alessandro Riga, Stefania Zampetti, Chiara Villa, M. Giovanna Belcastro, Variation of the anterior aspect of the femoral head-neck junction in a modern human identified skeletal collection, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2013, 152, 2
  32. 32
    Maria Ostendorf Smith, Research Methods in Human Skeletal Biology, 2013,

    CrossRef

  33. 33
    Sarah A. Schrader, Activity patterns in New Kingdom Nubia: An examination of entheseal remodeling and osteoarthritis at Tombos, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2012, 149, 1
  34. 34
    Elizabeth Weiss, Jeremy DeSilva, Bernhard Zipfel, Brief communication: Radiographic study of metatarsal one basal epiphyseal fusion: A note of caution on age determination, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2012, 147, 3
  35. 35
    Ryan P. Harrod, Centers of control: Revealing elites among the Ancestral Pueblo during the “Chaco Phenomenon”, International Journal of Paleopathology, 2012, 2, 2-3, 123

    CrossRef

  36. 36
    E. Weiss, L. Corona, B. Schultz, Sex differences in musculoskeletal stress markers: Problems with activity pattern reconstructions, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2012, 22, 1
  37. 37
    Vasiliki A. Papaioannou, Elena F. Kranioti, Perrine Joveneaux, Despoina Nathena, Manolis Michalodimitrakis, Sexual dimorphism of the scapula and the clavicle in a contemporary Greek population: Applications in forensic identification, Forensic Science International, 2012, 217, 1-3, 231.e1

    CrossRef

  38. 38
    Marco Milella, Maria Giovanna Belcastro, Christoph P.E. Zollikofer, Valentina Mariotti, The effect of age, sex, and physical activity on entheseal morphology in a contemporary Italian skeletal collection, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2012, 148, 3
  39. 39
    Sirpa Niinimäki, The relationship between musculoskeletal stress markers and biomechanical properties of the humeral diaphysis, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2012, 147, 4
  40. 40
    Susan C. Kuzminsky, Megan S. Gardiner, Three-dimensional laser scanning: potential uses for museum conservation and scientific research, Journal of Archaeological Science, 2012, 39, 8, 2744

    CrossRef

  41. 41
    Stephen H. Schlecht, Understanding Entheses: Bridging the Gap Between Clinical and Anthropological Perspectives, The Anatomical Record, 2012, 295, 8
  42. 42
    K.A. Shuler, P. Zeng, M.E. Danforth, Upper limb entheseal change with the transition to agriculture in the southeastern United States: A view from Moundville and the central Tombigbee River valley, HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 2012, 63, 6, 413

    CrossRef

  43. 43
    R. Watkins, Variation in health and socioeconomic status within the W. Montague Cobb skeletal collection: Degenerative joint disease, trauma and cause of death, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2012, 22, 1
  44. 44
    Juho-Antti Junno, Sirpa Niinimäki, Markku Niskanen, Milton Nunez, Juha Tuukkanen, Cross sectional properties of the human radial tuberosity, HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 2011, 62, 6, 459

    CrossRef

  45. 45
    Marsha D. Ogilvie, Charles E. Hilton, Cross-sectional geometry in the humeri of foragers and farmers from the prehispanic American Southwest: Exploring patterns in the sexual division of labor, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2011, 144, 1
  46. 46
    K. Godde, Rebecca Wilson Taylor, Musculoskeletal stress marker (MSM) differences in the modern American upper limb and pectoral girdle in relation to activity level and body mass index (BMI), Forensic Science International, 2011, 210, 1-3, 237

    CrossRef

  47. 47
    C. M. Rojas-Sepúlveda, J. Rivera-Sandoval, J. G. Martín-Rincón, Paleoepidemiology of pre-Columbian and Colonial Panamá Viejo: a preliminary study, Bulletins et mémoires de la Société d'anthropologie de Paris, 2011, 23, 1-2, 70

    CrossRef

  48. 48
    Sirpa Niinimäki, What do muscle marker ruggedness scores actually tell us?, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2011, 21, 3
  49. 49
    James Gosman, Bone Histology, 2011,

    CrossRef

  50. 50
    Elizabeth Weiss, Cranial muscle markers: A preliminary examination of size, sex, and age effects, HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 2010, 61, 1, 48

    CrossRef

  51. 51
    Sébastien Villotte, Dominique Castex, Vincent Couallier, Olivier Dutour, Christopher J. Knüsel, Dominique Henry-Gambier, Enthesopathies as occupational stress markers: Evidence from the upper limb, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2010, 142, 2
  52. 52
    Ignasi Galtés, Xavier Jordana, Joan Manyosa, Assumpció Malgosa, Functional implications of radial diaphyseal curvature, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2009, 138, 3
  53. 53
    Marko Porčić, Sofija Stefanović, Physical activity and social status in Early Bronze Age society: The Mokrin necropolis, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 2009, 28, 3, 259

    CrossRef

  54. 54
    E. Weiss, Spondylolysis in a pre-contact San Francisco Bay population: behavioural and anatomical sex differences, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2009, 19, 3
  55. 55
    Angela R. Lieverse, Vladimir Ivanovich Bazaliiskii, Olga Ivanovna Goriunova, Andrzej W. Weber, Upper limb musculoskeletal stress markers among middle Holocene foragers of Siberia's Cis-Baikal region, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2009, 138, 4
  56. 56
    Michelle S.M. Drapeau, Enthesis bilateral asymmetry in humans and African apes, HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 2008, 59, 2, 93

    CrossRef

  57. 57
    Vladimír Sládek, Margit Berner, Daniel Sosna, Robert Sailer, Human manipulative behavior in the Central European Late Eneolithic and Early Bronze Age: Humeral bilateral asymmetry, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2007, 133, 1
  58. 58
    Elizabeth Weiss, Muscle markers revisited: Activity pattern reconstruction with controls in a central California Amerind population, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2007, 133, 3
  59. 59
    Ignasi Galtés, Alfonso Rodríguez-Baeza, Assumpció Malgosa, Mechanical morphogenesis: A concept applied to the surface of the radius, The Anatomical Record Part A: Discoveries in Molecular, Cellular, and Evolutionary Biology, 2006, 288A, 7
  60. 60
    Elizabeth Weiss, Osteoarthritis and body mass, Journal of Archaeological Science, 2006, 33, 5, 690

    CrossRef

  61. 61
    M.S.M. Drapeau, C.V. Ward, W.H. Kimbel, D.C. Johanson, Y. Rak, Associated cranial and forelimb remains attributed to Australopithecus afarensis from Hadar, Ethiopia, Journal of Human Evolution, 2005, 48, 6, 593

    CrossRef

  62. 62
    Elizabeth Weiss, Humeral cross-sectional morphology from 18th century Quebec prisoners of war: Limits to activity reconstruction, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2005, 126, 3
  63. 63
    Kristian J. Carlson, Investigating the form-function interface in African apes: Relationships between principal moments of area and positional behaviors in femoral and humeral diaphyses, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2005, 127, 3
  64. 64
    Elizabeth Weiss, Understanding muscle markers: Lower limbs, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2004, 125, 3
  65. 65
    Robert Jurmain, Francisca Alves Cardoso, Charlotte Henderson, Sébastien Villotte, Bioarchaeology's Holy Grail: The Reconstruction of Activity,
  66. 66
    A.R. Lieverse, Jay T. Stock, M.A. Katzenberg, C.M. Haverkort, The Bioarchaeology of Habitual Activity and Dietary Change in the Siberian Middle Holocene,