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Dean Falk (American anthropologist)
Dean Falk (US-amerikanische Anthropologin)
American Association of Physical Anthropologists
American association of physical anthropologists, Annual meeting 1980
Gallup, Gordon G.
Gibson, Kathleen Rita
International Primatological Society
Keenan, Julian Paul
Reed, Charles A.
Société internationale pour l'étude des primates
Viola, Bence T.
Weber, Gerhard W.
山下, 篤子 (1952-)
3.5 Million years of hominid brain evolution.
Advanced computer graphics technology reveals cortical asymmetry in endocasts of rhesus monkeys.
Age- and sex-associated variations in the directional asymmetry of rhesus macaque forelimb bones.
Ape-like endocast of "ape-man" Taung.
Brain evolution in Old World monkeys.
brain of LB1, Homo floresiensis., The
Brain shape in human microcephalics and Homo floresiensis
Brain surface cortical sulcal lengths: quantification with three-dimensional MR imaging.
Brief communication: new reconstruction of the Taung endocast.
Careers in science offer women an unusual bonus: immortality
Cerebral asymmetry in Old World monkeys.
Cerebral cortices of East African early hominids.
Comparative anatomy of the larynx in man and the chimpanzee: implications for language in Neanderthal.
comparative study of stereolithographically modelled skulls of Petralona and Broken Hill: implications for future studies of middle Pleistocene hominid evolution., A
Cortical asymmetries in frontal lobes of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta).
Directional asymmetry in the forelimb of Macaca mulatta.
Early hominid brain evolution: a new look at old endocasts
Early pliocene hominid tooth from Galili, Somali region, Ethiopia
Effects of age and gender on the location and orientation of the foramen magnum in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).
Endocranial capacity in Sts 71 (Australopithecus africanus) by three-dimensional computed tomography.
Endocranial cast of Hexian Homo erectus from South China.
Endocranial suture closure in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).
Evidence for a dual pattern of cranial venous sinuses on the endocranial cast of Taung (Australopithecus africanus).
Evolution of cranial blood drainage in hominids: enlarged occipital/marginal sinuses and emissary foramina.
Evolution of Lateral Asymmetries, Language, Tool Use, and Intellect, The
Evolution of the brain and cognition in hominids
Evolution of the primate brain : from neuron to behavior
Evolutionary anatomy of the primate cerebral cortex
External neuroanatomy of old world monkeys (Cercopithecoidea).
External neuroanatomy of the Cercopithecoidea
face in the mirror, The : how we know who we are
Face in the mirror, The : the search for the origins of consciousness
Finding our tongues mothers, infants and the origins of language
Flushing the radiator? A reply to Braga & Boesch.
fossil chronicles, The : how two controversial discoveries changed our view of human evolution
Hadar AL 162-28 endocast as evidence that brain enlargement preceded cortical reorganization in hominid evolution.
Heritability and association of cortical petalias in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).
Heritability of brain size and surface features in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).
Hominid brain evolution: Looks can be deceiving
Hominin brain evolution--new century, new directions.
human condition, The
Human cortical asymmetries determined with 3D MR technology.
Language, Handedness, and Primate Brains: Did the Australopithecines Sign?
LB1's virtual endocast, microcephaly, and hominin brain evolution
Lingua madre : cure materne e origini del linguaggio
Meningeal arterial patterns in great apes: implications for hominid vascular evolution.
Meningeal arteries in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta): implications for vascular evolution in anthropoids.
natural endocast of Taung (Australopithecus africanus): insights from the unpublished papers of Raymond Arthur Dart., The
natural endocast of Taung (Australopithecus africanus), The : Insights from the unpublished papers of Raymond Arthur Dart
New Information about Albert Einstein's Brain.
On the directional asymmetry of rhesus macaque forelimb bones
Pleiotropic patterns of quantitative trait loci for 70 murine skeletal traits
Prelinguistic evolution in early hominins : Whence motherese?
Prelinguistic evolution in hominin mothers and babies : For cryin' out loud!
Primate brain evolution : methods and concepts : [based on the proceedings of a satellite symposium of the International Primatological Society Meeting, held July 4-5, 1980, in Turin, Italy, and of a symposium at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, held April 19, 1980, in Niagara Falls, New York]
"putting the baby down" hypothesis: Bipedalism, babbling, and baby slings, The
putting the baby down hypothesis, The : Bipedalism, babbling, and baby slings
Radiators are cool: a response to Braga & Boesch's published paper and reply.
reanalysis of the South African australopithecine natural endocasts., A
Relationship of squamosal suture to asterion on external skull surfaces versus endocasts of pongids: implications for Hadar early hominid AL 162-28.
Response to Comment on "The Brain of LB1, Homo floresiensis"
Sex differences in brain/body relationships of Rhesus monkeys and humans.
Sex Differences in Visuospatial Skills: Implications for Hominid Evolution
stature and weight of Sterkfontein 14, The : a gracile Australopithecine from Transvaal, as determined from the innominate bone
type specimen (LB1) of Homo floresiensis did not have Laron syndrome., The
Unuboreru nō : Kagami no naka no kao to jiko ishiki
うぬぼれる脳 : 「鏡のなかの顔」と自己意識
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AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
Thesis - Michigan