SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Erin R. Vogel, Astri Zulfa, Madeleine Hardus, Serge A. Wich, Nathaniel J. Dominy, Andrea B. Taylor, Food mechanical properties, feeding ecology, and the mandibular morphology of wild orangutans, Journal of Human Evolution, 2014,

    CrossRef

  2. 2
    Laura T. Buck, Chris B. Stringer, Having the stomach for it: a contribution to Neanderthal diets?, Quaternary Science Reviews, 2014, 96, 161

    CrossRef

  3. 3
    Adeline Le Cabec, Philipp Gunz, Kornelius Kupczik, José Braga, Jean-Jacques Hublin, Anterior tooth root morphology and size in Neanderthals: Taxonomic and functional implications, Journal of Human Evolution, 2013, 64, 3, 169

    CrossRef

  4. 4
    Ana Gracia-Téllez, Juan-Luis Arsuaga, Ignacio Martínez, Laura Martín-Francés, María Martinón-Torres, José-María Bermúdez de Castro, Alejandro Bonmatí, Jaime Lira, Orofacial pathology in Homo heidelbergensis: The case of Skull 5 from the Sima de los Huesos site (Atapuerca, Spain), Quaternary International, 2013, 295, 83

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    C. A. Deter, Correlation between dental occlusal wear and approximal facet length, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2012, 22, 6
  6. 6
    Qian Wang, Sarah A. Wood, Ian R. Grosse, Callum F. Ross, Uriel Zapata, Craig D. Byron, Barth W. Wright, David S. Strait, The Role of the Sutures in Biomechanical Dynamic Simulation of a Macaque Cranial Finite Element Model: Implications for the Evolution of Craniofacial Form, The Anatomical Record, 2012, 295, 2
  7. 7
    Anna F. Clement, Simon W. Hillson, Leslie C. Aiello, Tooth wear, Neanderthal facial morphology and the anterior dental loading hypothesis, Journal of Human Evolution, 2012, 62, 3, 367

    CrossRef

  8. 8
    David A. Raichlen, Hunter Armstrong, Daniel E. Lieberman, Calcaneus length determines running economy: Implications for endurance running performance in modern humans and Neandertals, Journal of Human Evolution, 2011, 60, 3, 299

    CrossRef

  9. 9
    Nathan E. Holton, Todd R. Yokley, Robert G. Franciscus, Climatic adaptation and Neandertal facial evolution: A comment on Rae et al. (2011), Journal of Human Evolution, 2011, 61, 5, 624

    CrossRef

  10. 10
    Paul O’Higgins, Samuel N. Cobb, Laura C. Fitton, Flora Gröning, Roger Phillips, Jia Liu, Michael J. Fagan, Combining geometric morphometrics and functional simulation: an emerging toolkit for virtual functional analyses, Journal of Anatomy, 2011, 218, 1
  11. You have free access to this content11
    Elliott C. Forsythe, Susan M. Ford, Craniofacial Adaptations to Tree-Gouging Among Marmosets, The Anatomical Record, 2011, 294, 12
  12. 12
    Megan A. Holmes, Christopher B. Ruff, Dietary effects on development of the human mandibular corpus, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2011, 145, 4
  13. 13
    Todd C. Rae, Thomas Koppe, Chris B. Stringer, The Neanderthal face is not cold adapted, Journal of Human Evolution, 2011, 60, 2, 234

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Daisuke B. Koyabu, Hideki Endo, Craniodental mechanics and diet in Asian colobines: Morphological evidence of mature seed predation and sclerocarpy, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2010, 142, 1
  15. 15
    Kornelius Kupczik, Jean-Jacques Hublin, Mandibular molar root morphology in Neanderthals and Late Pleistocene and recent Homo sapiens, Journal of Human Evolution, 2010, 59, 5, 525

    CrossRef

  16. You have free access to this content16
    Qian Wang, Barth W. Wright, Amanda Smith, Janine Chalk, Craig D. Byron, Mechanical Impact of Incisor Loading on the Primate Midfacial Skeleton and its Relevance to Human Evolution, The Anatomical Record, 2010, 293, 4
  17. 17
    Karen L. Baab, Sarah E. Freidline, Steven L. Wang, Timothy Hanson, Relationship of cranial robusticity to cranial form, geography and climate in Homo sapiens, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2010, 141, 1
  18. 18
    Daisuke B. Koyabu, Hideki Endo, Craniofacial variation and dietary adaptations of African colobines, Journal of Human Evolution, 2009, 56, 6, 525

    CrossRef

  19. You have free access to this content19
    Kyo Tanoue, Barbara S. Grandstaff, Hai-Lu You, Peter Dodson, Jaw Mechanics in Basal Ceratopsia (Ornithischia, Dinosauria), The Anatomical Record, 2009, 292, 9
  20. 20
    T. Grunheid, G. E. J. Langenbach, J. A. M. Korfage, A. Zentner, T. M. G. J. van Eijden, The adaptive response of jaw muscles to varying functional demands, The European Journal of Orthodontics, 2009, 31, 6, 596

    CrossRef

  21. 21
    T. D. Weaver, The meaning of Neandertal skeletal morphology, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2009, 106, 38, 16028

    CrossRef

  22. 22
    WALTER STALKER GREAVES, Mammals with a long diastema typically also have dominant masseter and pterygoid muscles, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2008, 153, 3
  23. 23
    Hermann Prossinger, Mathematical Analysis Techniques of Frontal Sinus Morphology, with Emphasis on Homo, The Anatomical Record, 2008, 291, 11
  24. 24
    Philip Clausen, Stephen Wroe, Colin McHenry, Karen Moreno, Jason Bourke, The vector of jaw muscle force as determined by computer-generated three dimensional simulation: A test of Greaves’ model, Journal of Biomechanics, 2008, 41, 15, 3184

    CrossRef

  25. 25
    Markus Bastir, Antonio Rosas, Paul O’Higgins, Craniofacial levels and the morphological maturation of the human skull, Journal of Anatomy, 2006, 209, 5
  26. 26
    Andrea B. Taylor, Diet and Mandibular Morphology in African Apes, International Journal of Primatology, 2006, 27, 1, 181

    CrossRef

  27. 27
    A. Rosas, C. Martinez-Maza, M. Bastir, A. Garcia-Tabernero, C. Lalueza-Fox, R. Huguet, J. E. Ortiz, R. Julia, V. Soler, T. de Torres, E. Martinez, J. C. Canaveras, S. Sanchez-Moral, S. Cuezva, J. Lario, D. Santamaria, M. de la Rasilla, J. Fortea, Paleobiology and comparative morphology of a late Neandertal sample from El Sidron, Asturias, Spain, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2006, 103, 51, 19266

    CrossRef

  28. 28
    Elisabeth Nicholson, Katerina Harvati, Quantitative analysis of human mandibular shape using three-dimensional geometric morphometrics, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2006, 131, 3
  29. 29
    Carol F. O'Connor, Robert G. Franciscus, Nathan E. Holton, Bite force production capability and efficiency in Neandertals and modern humans, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2005, 127, 2
  30. 30
    Hermann Prossinger, Macro- and mesomorphology of frontal sinuses in humans: Noisiness models relating to their ontogeny, Annals of Anatomy - Anatomischer Anzeiger, 2004, 186, 5-6, 443

    CrossRef

  31. 31
    Robert G Franciscus, Internal nasal floor configuration in Homo with special reference to the evolution of Neandertal facial form, Journal of Human Evolution, 2003, 44, 6, 701

    CrossRef

  32. 32
    Seth D. Dobson, Erik Trinkaus, Cross-sectional geometry and morphology of the mandibular symphysis in Middle and Late Pleistocene Homo, Journal of Human Evolution, 2002, 43, 1, 67

    CrossRef

  33. 33
    Andrea B. Taylor, Masticatory form and function in the african apes, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2002, 117, 2
  34. 34
    Walter Stalker Greaves, Modeling the distance between the molar tooth rows in mammals, Canadian Journal of Zoology, 2002, 80, 2, 388

    CrossRef

  35. 35
    Antonio Rosas, Occurrence of Neanderthal features in mandibles from the Atapuerca-SH site, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2001, 114, 1
  36. 36
    Mark A. Spencer, Peter S. Ungar, Craniofacial morphology, diet and incisor use in three native American populations, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2000, 10, 4
  37. 37
    Walter Stalker Greaves, Location of the vector of jaw muscle force in mammals, Journal of Morphology, 2000, 243, 3
  38. 38
    Mark A. Spencer, Force production in the primate masticatory system: electromyographic tests of biomechanical hypotheses, Journal of Human Evolution, 1998, 34, 1, 25

    CrossRef

  39. 39
    Daniel E. Lieberman, MAKING BEHAVIORAL AND PHYLOGENETIC INFERENCES FROM HOMINID FOSSILS: Considering the Developmental Influence of Mechanical Forces, Annual Review of Anthropology, 1997, 26, 1, 185

    CrossRef

  40. 40
    Peter S Ungar, Karen J Fennell, Kathleen Gordon, Erik Trinkaus, Neandertal incisor beveling, Journal of Human Evolution, 1997, 32, 5, 407

    CrossRef

  41. 41
    Y. M. Lam, O. M. Pearson, Cameron M. Smith, Chin morphology and sexual dimorphism in the fossil hominid mandible sample from Klasies River Mouth, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 1996, 100, 4
  42. 42
    A. R. Biknevicius, B. Van Valkenburgh, J. Walker, Incisor size and shape: implications for feeding behaviors in saber-toothed “cats”, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 1996, 16, 3, 510

    CrossRef

  43. 43
    Lucia Allen Yaroch, Shape analysis using the thin-plate spline: Neanderthal cranial shape as an example, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 1996, 101, S23
  44. 44
    G. Grupe, On stone age human diet, Human Evolution, 1995, 10, 3, 233

    CrossRef

  45. 45
    M. A. Spencer, G. S. Spencer, Technical note: Video-based three-dimensional morphometrics, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 1995, 96, 4
  46. 46
    Robert G. Franciscus, Trenton W. Holliday, Crossroads of the Old World,