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Holocene faunal procurement and species response to climate change in the Ohio River vallery2019 North American archaeologist 40 (4): 192-35
  • Kenneth B. Tankersley
  • Nichelle Lyle
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
Holocene faunal procurement and species response to climate change in the Ohio River valley2019 North American archaeologist 40 (4): 192-235
  • Kenneth B. Tankersley
  • Nichelle Lykle
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
Does optimal foraging theory explain the behavior of the oldest human cannibals?2019 Journal of human evolution 131: 228-39
  • Ana Mateos
  • Guillermo Zorrilla-Revilla
  • Jesús Rodríguez
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
A behavioral approach to cumulative palimpsests: an example from Weereewaa (Lake George), Australia2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 52: 59-70
  • Amy Mosig Way
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Pottery from Narkūnai hillforts and foot settlement: some reflections on behaviour2016 Lietuvos archeologija 42: 191-241
  • Agnė Čivilytė
  • Aleksiejus Luchtanas
  • Vytenis Podėnas
H6/KE [LIETUVOS-]0207-8694English summary
Human environment dynamics during the holocene in the Australian wet tropics of NE Queensland: a starch and phytolyth study2016 Journal of anthropological archaeology 44 (B): 216-34
  • Adelle C.F. Coster
  • Judith H. Field
  • Lisa Kealhofer
  • Richard Cosgrove
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Optimality models and the food quest in pleistocene Tasmania2016 Journal of anthropological archaeology 44 (B): 206-15
  • Jillian Garvey
  • Jim Allen
  • Richard Cosgrove
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Are we missing the "sweet spot" between optimality theory and niche construction theory in archaeology?2016 Journal of anthropological archaeology 44 (B): 177-84
  • Mary C. Stiner
  • Steven L. Kuhn
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Martu ethnoarchaeology: foraging ecology and the marginal value of site structure2016 Journal of anthropological archaeology 44 (B): 166-76
  • Brian F. Codding
  • Christopher H. Parker
  • David W. Zeanah
  • Douglas W. Bird
  • Rebecca Bliege Bird
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
The roots of the question: Surprise Valley, Alyawarra, and the early development of James F. Connell's ethnoarchaeology2016 Journal of anthropological archaeology 44 (B): 149-57
  • Douglas W. Bird
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Bridging theory and bow hunting: human cognitive evolution and archaeology2016 Antiquity 90: 219-28
  • Frederick L. Coolidge
  • Marlize Lombard
  • Miriam Noël Haidle
  • Thomas Wynn
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Shellfishing at the colonization of Sahul: a multivariate model evaluating the dynamic effects of prey utility, transport considerations and life-history on foraging patterns and midden composition2014 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 9 (2): 238-52
  • Brian F. Codding
  • Douglas W. Bird
  • James F. O'Connell
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894in special issue 'Global patterns in the exploitation of shellfish'
Prehistoric migration in the Caribbean: past perspectives, new models and the ideal free distribution of West Indian colonization2014 World archaeology 46 (4): 569-89
  • Christina M. Giovas
  • Scott M. Fitzpatrick
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Mobility and migration'
Multiple traumatic dental injuries: a case report in a young individual from the Samnitic necropolis of Opi Val Fondillo (VI-V century BC; central Italy)2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (2): 566-72
  • Deneb Teresa Cesana
  • Joan Viciano
  • Luigi Capasso
  • Ruggero D'Anastasio
  • Sandra López-Lázaro
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Can morphospace shed light on cave bear spatial-temporal variation? Population dynamics of Ursus spelaeus from Romualdova pećina and Vindija, (Croatia)2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (2): 500-10
  • Andrea Cardini
  • Preston T. Miracle
  • T. Krish Seetah
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Terrestrial hermit crabs (Anomura: Coenobitidae) as taphonomic agents in circum-tropical coastal sites2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (4): 931-41
  • Katherine Szabó
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Still Bay and Howiesons Poort foraging strategies: recent research and models of culture change2012 African archaeological review 29 (1): 7-50
  • Grant S. McCall
  • Jonathan T. Thomas
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338French summary
Ages for hominin occupation in Lushi Basin, middle of South Luo River, central China2011 Journal of human evolution 60 (5): 612-7
  • Hongyan Zhang
  • Huayu Lu
  • Richard Cosgrove
  • Shejiang Wang
  • Xufeng Sun
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Hominin occupations at the Dmanisi site, Georgia, Southern Caucasus: raw materials and technical behaviours of Europe's first hominins2011 Journal of human evolution 60 (5): 571-96
  • Ana Mgeladze
  • David Lordkipanidze
  • Jackie Despriee
  • Marie-Hélène Moncel
  • Rusudan Chagelishvili
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Femoral curvature in Neanderthals and modern humans: a 3D geometric morphometric analysis2011 Journal of human evolution 60 (5): 540-8
  • De Groote
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Explaining prehistoric variation in the abundance of large prey: a zooarchaeological analysis of deer and rabbit hunting along the Pecho coast of central California2010 Journal of anthropological archaeology 29 (1): 47-61
  • Brian F. Codding
  • Judith F. Porcasi
  • Terry L. Jones
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Evolutionary demography and the population history of the European early neolithic2009 Human biology 81 (2-3): 339-55
  • Stephen Shennan
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Demography and cultural macroevolution'
Re-examining the South African middle-to later stone age transition: multivariate analysis of the Umhlatuzana and Rose Cottage Cave stone tool assemblages2009 Azania: archaeological research In Africa 44 (3): 311-30
  • Grant S. McCall
  • Jonathan T. Thomas
H6/KY [AZANIA-]0067-270XFrench summary
Modeling wood acquisition strategies from archaeological charcoal remains2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (10): 2192-200
  • John M. Martson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Human behavioral ecology, phenotypic (developmental) plasticity, and agricultural origins: insights from the emerging evolutionary synthesis2009 Current anthropology 50 (5): 615-19
  • Dolores R. Piperno
  • Kristen J. Gremillion
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204in special issue 'Rethinking the origins of agriculture'; with comments and replies
Rethinking the origins of agriculture2009 Current anthropology 50 (5): 591-5
  • Mark Nathan Cohen
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204introduction to special issue
Three styles of Darwinian evolution in the analysis of stone artefacts: which one to use in mainland Southeast Asia?2008 Australian archaeology (67): 79-86
  • Ben Mawick
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in special issue ' More unconsidered trifles: papers to celebrate the career of Sandra Bowdler'; with introduction by J Balme and S O'Connor 1-2, and Sandra Bowdler publications 1971-2007 in appendix, 117-21
Evolutionary foraging models in zooarchaeological analysis: recent applications and future challenges2007 Journal of archaeological research 15 (2): 143-89
  • Karen D. Lupo
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1059-0161
Behavioral ecology and archaeology2006 Journal of archaeological research 14 (2): 143-88
  • Douglas W. Bird
  • James F. O'Connell
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1059-0161
Processual archaeology and ethnoarchaeology of hunters and gatherers2006 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 5: 134-49
  • O. V. Kuznetsov
H6/KVY [ETNOGRAFICHESKOE-]0869-5415English summary
A simple model of technological intensification2006 Journal of archaeological science 33 (4): 538-45
  • Bruce Winterhalder
  • Richard McElreath
  • Robert L. Bettinger
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403comments on 'When is technology worth the trouble?' by A Ugan, J Bright and A Rogers in J archaeol Sci 2003 30(10): 1315-29
On 'modern behaviour' and the evolution of human intelligence2005 Current anthropology 46 (1): 121-2
  • John R. F. Bower
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on 'The origin of modern human behavior: critique of the models and their test implications' by C S Henshilwood and C Marean in Curr Anthrop 2003 (44:5), 627-51
History and explanation in archaeology2004 Anthropological theory 4 (2): 173-97
  • Michael J. O'Brien
  • R. Lee Lyman
H6 'ANTHROPOLOGICAL-'1463-4996
Archaeology without alternatives2004 Anthropological theory 4 (2): 199-203
  • Timothy R. Pauketat
H6 'ANTHROPOLOGICAL-'1463-4996comments on M O'Brien and R L Lyman, see this issue 173-97
Human behavioral organization in the middle palaeolithic: were neanderthals different?2004 American anthropologist 106 (1): 17-31
  • Arlene M. Rosen
  • Donald O. Henry
  • Harold J. Hietala
  • Vitality I. Usik
  • Yuri E. Demidenko
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294
A tribute to Jia Lanpo (1908-2001)2004 Asian perspectives 43 (2): 191-6
  • John W. Olsen
H6/KE 'ASIAN-'0066-8435in thematic issue 'Asia and the middle pleistocene in global perspective'
Sexual division of labor and central place foraging: a model for the Carson Desert of western Nevada2004 Journal of anthropological archaeology 23 (1): 1-32
  • David W. Zeanah
0278-4165
Meriam ethnoarchaeology: shellfishing and shellmiddens2004 Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 3 (1): 183-97
  • Douglas W. Bird
  • Jennifer L. Richardson
  • Rebecca Bliege Bird
H6/KX [QUEENSLAND MUSEUM. Memoirs. Cultural Heritage Series]1440-4788in monographic issue 'Torres Strait archaeology and material culture'
Studying technological change: a behavioral perspective2004 World archaeology 36 (4): 579-85
  • Michael Brian Schiffer
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in section 'Papers on technology'; in thematic issue 'Debates in World Archaeology'
What did the Aurignacian bring to the Levantine upper palaeolithic?2003 Archaeology, ethnology and anthropology of Eurasia 14: 2-8
  • S. L. Kuhn
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1563-0110
The origin of modern human behavior: critique of the models and their test implications2003 Current anthropology 44 (5): 627-51
  • Christopher S. Henshilwood
  • Curtis W. Marean
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
Primates in caves: two new reports of Papio spp2003 Journal of human evolution 44 (4): 521-6
  • Caroline E. G. Tutin
  • Jeffrey K. McKee
  • William C. McGrew
0047-2484
Comments on 'The transition from the middle to upper palaeolithic in northern Eurasia' by M. Otte and J. K. Kozlowski2003 Archaeology, ethnology and anthropology of Eurasia 14: 9-14
  • N. Rolland
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1563-0110Comments on M Otte and J K Kozlowski, 'The transition from the middle to upper palaeolithic in northern Eurasia', in Archaeol Ethnol Anthrop Eurasia 2001 (7) 51-62
Evaluating evolutionary archaeology2002 World archaeology 34 (1): 47-59
  • Tim Murray
0043-8243in special issue 'Archaeology and evolutionary ecology'
Subsistence strategies and early human population history: an evolutionary ecological perspective2002 World archaeology 34 (1): 6-25
  • James L. Boone
0043-8243in special issue 'Archaeology and evolutionary ecology'
Archaeology and evolutionary ecology2002 World archaeology 34 (1): 1-5
  • Stephen Shennan
0043-8243introduction to special issue 'Archaeology and evolutionary ecology'
The ST site complex at Peninj, West Lake Natron, Tanzania: implications for early hominid behavioural models2002 Journal of archaeological science 29 (6): 639-65
  • Ignacio De la Torre
  • Luis Alcalá
  • Luis De Luque
  • Manuel Domínguez-Rodrigo
  • Rafael Mora
0305-4403
Explaining shellfish variability in middens on the Meriam Island, Torres Strait, Australia2002 Journal of archaeological science 29 (5): 457-69
  • Anthony J. Barham
  • Douglas W. Bird
  • Jennifer L. Richardson
  • Peter M. Veth
0305-4403
Two approaches to an archaeology of the social2002 American anthropologist 104 (1): 320-4
  • Ian Hodder
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294review article on Social theory in archaeology ed MB Schiffer (Sal Lake City: Univ Utah Pr, 2000), and on Social transformations in archaeology: global and local perspectives by K Kristiansen and M Rowlands (London: Routledge, 1998)
Evolutionary archeology: current status and future prospects2002 Evolutionary anthropology 11 (1): 26-36
  • Michael J. O'Brian
  • R. Lee Lyman
1060-1538
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