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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Primate taxonomy: inflation or real?2014 Annual review of anthropology 43: 27-36
  • Colin P. Groves
H1 [BIENNIAL-]0084-6570
A shifting theoretical framework for biological anthropology2013 American anthropologist 115 (2): 262-72
  • Adam P. Van Arsdale
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
Wading hypotheses on the origin of human bipedalism2013 Human evolution 28 (3-4): 213-36
  • A.V. Kuliukas
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in special issue 'Human evolution: past, present and future's symposium. London, 8-10 May 2013' (part I)
The aquatic ape evleves: common misconceptions and unproven assumptions about the so-called aquatic ape hypothesis2013 Human evolution 28 (3-4): 237-66
  • M. Verhaegen
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in special issue 'Human evolution: past, present and future's symposium. London, 8-10 May 2013' (part I)
How culture shapes the body: cultural consonance and body mass in urban Brazil2012 American journal of human biology 24 (3): 325-31
  • José Ernesto Dos Santos
  • Kathryn S. Oths
  • Mauro C. Baleiro
  • Rosane P. Ribeiro
  • William W. Dressler
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533in special issue 'Global obesity'
Concepts and folk theories2011 Annual review of anthropology 40: 379-98, C1
  • Cristine H. Legare
  • Susan A. Gelman
H1 [BIENNIAL-]0084-6570in thematic issue 'Mind and migration'
Giuseppe Sergi, "champion" of Darwinism?2011 Journal of anthropological science: Rivista di Antropologia 89: 59-69
  • Alessandro Volpone
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0085-5723
"There is no intra-specific struggle in nature". Can we inherit lessons of Lysenko's time, in our own time?2009 Evolutionary anthropology 18 (2): 50-4
  • Kenneth M. Weiss
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
La etología como projecto integrador en el nuevo paradigma de complejidad2005/2006 Pinaco: investigaciones sobre antropología cognitiva 4: 63-70
  • H. Ferrari
  • Héctor Lahitte
  • J. Basualdo Farjat
  • L. Lázaro
H6 [PINACO-]1668-1754
The slavery hypertension hypothesis - natural selection and scientific investigation: a commentary2005 Transforming anthropology 13 (2): 116-24
  • George J. Armelagos
H6 [TRANSFORMING-]1051-055with response by FLC Jackson, see this issue 125-35
A response to George Armelagos' commentary2005 Transforming anthropology 13 (2): 125-35
  • Fatimah L.C. Jackson
H6 [TRANSFORMING-]1051-055see this issue, 119-24
Dimensional statistics for estimation of lung volumes2003 Anthropologischer Anzeiger 61 (1): 79-84
  • P. Bandopadhyay
  • S. Arora
  • S. S. Verma
  • W. Selvamurthy
  • Y. K. Sharma
0003-5548German summary
On the expensive-tissue hypothesis: independent support from highly encephalized fish2003 Current anthropology 44 (5): 705-7
  • Jason A. Kaufman
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comment on 'The expensive-tissue hypothesis: the brain and the digestive system in human and primate evolution' by L C Aiello and P Wheeler in Curr Anthrop 1995 (36:2), 199-221; with reply
Paleoanthropology: science or mythological charter?2002 Journal of anthropological research 58 (2): 183-201
  • Matt Cartmill
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Waiting for Trivers and Willard: do the rich really favour sons?2001 American journal of physical anthropology 115 (1): 71-9
  • Slawomir Koziel
  • Stanley J. Ulijaszek
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
The dangers in editing human history to fit methodological constraints in the present2000 Kroeber Anthropological Society papers 84: 45-58
  • Robert B. Eckhardt
Paleoanthropology: the last half-century2000 Evolutionary anthropology 9 (1): 2-16
  • Ian Tattersall
1060-1538
Human antiquity and the old stone age: the nineteenth century background to paleoanthropology2000 Evolutionary anthropology 9 (1): 37-49
  • James Sackett
1060-1538
Future prospects of human evolutionary studies2000 The Anthropologist 2 (2): 107-11
  • D. K. Bhattacharya
0972-0073
On diet and gut size in non-human primates and humans: is there a relationship to brain size?1999 Current anthropology 40 (5): 695-7
  • C. M. Hladik
  • D. J. Chivers
  • P. Pasquet
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on 'The expensive-tissue hypothesis: the brain and digestive system in human and primate evolution' by LC Aiello and P Wheeler in Curr Anthrop (36:2), 199-221
The human throw and a new model of hominid evolution1999 Homo 50 (1): 80-5
  • E. Kirschmann
English and French summaries
¿Qué es, si es que es algo, una teoría biosocial en antropología física?1999 Boletín de antropología americana 33: 115-28
  • Alejandro Terrazas Mata
0252-841X
Program of the sixty-seventh annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Antheopologists [31. 3- 4. 4. 1998, Salt Lake City; abstracts of papers presented]1998 American journal of physical anthropology suppl (26): 1-240
  • American Association of Physical Anthropologists
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]
The relation of birth order to sexual orientation in men and women1998 Journal of biosocial science 30 (4): 511-19
  • Ray Blanchard
Cold adaptation, heterochrony, and Neandertals1998 Evolutionary anthropology 7 (2): 46-61
  • Steven Emilio Churchill
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]
Two views on language origins1998 Cambridge archaeological journal 8 (1): 82-8, 90-4
  • Iain Davidson
  • William Noble
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]
Sex differences in intelligence: a rejoinder to Mackintosh1998 Journal of biosocial science 30 (4): 529-32
  • Richard Lynn
Reply to Lynn [see this issue 529-39]1998 Journal of biosocial science 30 (4): 533-9
  • N. J. Mackintosh
Modern humans, language, and the 'symbolic explosion'1998 Cambridge archaeological journal 8 (1): 88-94
  • Paul Mellars
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]
The abuse of adaptation1998 Evolutionary anthropology 7 (4): 115-16
  • Ian Tattersall
Ape-like Australopithecus after seventy years: was it a hominid?1998 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 4 (2): 283-308
  • Phillip V. Tobias
HI [JOURNAL-]French summary
In quest of the definitions of jinshu (race) and minzoku (ethnic group)1997 Japanese journal of ethnology 62 (1): 102-15
  • Machiko Aoyagi
Evolutionary hypotheses for human childhood1997 Yearbook of physical anthropology 40: 63-89
  • Barry Bogin
H6/HB [YEARBOOK-]
The persistence of racial thinking and the myth of racial divergence1997 American anthropologist 99 (3): 487, 534-44
  • S. O. Y. Keita
*H6 [AMERICAN-]
The persistence of racial thinking and the myth of racial divergence1997 American anthropologist 99 (3): 487, 534-44
  • S. O. Y. Keita
*H6 [AMERICAN-]
Umbrella hypotheses and parsimony in human evolution: a critique of the aquatic ape hypothesis1997 Journal of human evolution 33 (4): 479-94
  • John H. Langdon
A paradigm's worth of difference ? Understanding the impasse over modern human origins1997 Yearbook of physical anthropology 40: 113-38
  • Francis B. Harrold
  • Shelley L. Smith
H6/HB [YEARBOOK-]
La teoría evolutiva, el gradualismo y el eslabón perdido1996/99 Anales de antropología 33: 53-65
  • Jose Luis Vera Cortés
0185-1225English summary
Isonymy: a thirty year retrospective1996 Rivista di antropologia 74: 25-34
  • J. F. Crow
H6 [SOCIETA-]
Recent developments in kinship analysis1996 Rivista di antropologia 74: 5-13
  • N. E. Morton
H6 [SOCIETA-]
A continuing relationship and new challenges. Anthropology and genetic disease1996 Rivista di antropologia 74: 199-213
  • D. F. Roberts
H6 [SOCIETA-]
An unparalleled parallelism [human evolution]1996 Anthropologie, Brno 34 (3): 215-23
  • Milford Wolpoff
The term [race] and racial classification issue in modern physical anthropology1996 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 1: 15-24
  • A. A. Zubov
English summary
The expensive-tissue hypothesis: the brain and the digestive system in human and primate evolution [with comments and reply]1995 Current anthropology 36 (2): 199-221
  • Leslie C. Aiello
H6 [CURRENT-]
Testing hypotheses about recent human evolution from skulls: integrating morphology, function, development, and phylogeny [with comments and reply]1995 Current anthropology 36 (2): 159-97
  • Daniel E. Lieberman
H6 [CURRENT-]