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Brain size and organization in the Middle Pleistocene hominins from Sima de los Huesos. Inferences from endocranial variation2019 Journal of human evolution 129: 67-90
  • Aida Gómez-Robles
  • Eva María Poza-Rey
  • Juan Luis Arsuaga
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Brain size growth in Australopithecus2019 Journal of human evolution 130: 72-82
  • Zachary Cofran
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Comment on relative brain size in early primates and the use of encephalization quotients in primate evolution2017 Journal of human evolution 109: 79-87
  • Christopher C. Gilbert
  • William L. Jungers
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484comments on 'First visual endocasts of adapiform primates' by AR Harrington et al. in J hum Evol 2016 (99): 52-78
The trajectory of bone surface modification studies in paleoanthropology and a new Bayesian solution to the identification controversy2017 Journal of human evolution 110: 69-81
  • Curtis W. Marean
  • Jacob A. Harris
  • Jessica Thompson
  • Kiona Ogle
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Body size, brain size, and sexual dimorphism in Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber2017 Journal of human evolution 111: 119-38
  • Heather M. Garvin
  • John Hawks
  • Lucas K. Delezne
  • Marina C. Elliott
  • Steven E. Churchill
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Being fat and smart: a comparative analysis of the fat-brain trade-off in mammals2016 Journal of human evolution 100: 25-34
  • Carel P. van Schaik
  • Karin Isler
  • Sandra A. Heldstab
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Why did Homo sapiens develop a large brain?2016 Human evolution 31 (4): 229-36
  • Y. Muscat Baron
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Spinal cord evolution in early Homo2015 Journal of human evolution 88: 43-53
  • Marc R. Meyer
  • Martin Haeusler
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Human brain changes resulting from the acquatic phase in hominid evolutionary history2014 Human evolution 29 (1/3): 91-101
  • B. Chiarelli
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Human biology and the origins of Homo2012 Current anthropology (Supplement) 53 (6): S269-77
  • Leslie C. Aiello
H6 [CURRENT-]introduction to Supplement 6
How our ancestors broke through the gray ceiling: comparative evidence for cooperative breeding in early Homo2012 Current anthropology (Supplement) 53 (6): S453-65
  • Carel P. van Schaik
  • Karin Isler
H6 [CURRENT-]in Supplement 6
How to explain the unusually late age at skill competence among humans2012 Journal of human evolution 63 (6): 843-50
  • Carel P. van Schaik
  • Caroline Schuppli
  • Karin Isler
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Patterns of difference in brain morphology in humans as compared to extant apes2011 Journal of human evolution 60 (1): 94-105
  • Kristina Aldridge
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Effects of brain and facial size on basicranial form in human and primate evolution2010 Journal of human evolution 58 (5): 424-31
  • Antonio Rosas
  • Chris Stringer
  • J. Manuel Cuétara
  • Markus Bastir
  • Robert Kruzynski
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Cognitive inferences in fossil apes (primates, hominoidea): does encephalization reflect intelligence?2010 Journal of anthropological science: Rivista di Antropologia 88: 11-48
  • David M. Alba
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0085-5723
Comparative and evolutionary aspects of the primate brain2010 Human evolution 25 (3-4): 267-76
  • B. Chiarelli
  • S. Magherini
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in thematic issue 'Brain increase and human knowledge'
Sociality, ecology, and relative brain size in lemurs2009 Journal of human evolution 56 (5): 471-8
  • Christine E. Wall
  • Eric M. Johnson
  • Evan L. MacLean
  • Nancy L. Barrickman
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
The expensive brain: a framework for explaining evolutionary changes in brain size2009 Journal of human evolution 57 (4): 392-400
  • Carel P. van Schaik
  • Karin Isler
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'Palaeoanthropology meets primatology'
Determinants of human somatic and cerebral development - exemplified by Homo floresiensis2009 Ethnographisch-archäologische Zeitschrift 50 (4): 627-37
  • Gerhard Neuhäuser
  • Jörn Greve
H6 [ETHNOGRAPHISCH-]0012-7477English summary
Interrelationships between cranial length and breadth, endocranial capacity, postrcranial measurements, and stature: toward the solution of the brachycephalization problem2009 Bulletin of the National Museum of Science and Nature: Series D anthropology 35: 1-24
  • Yuji Mizoguchi
H6/HB [TOKYO-]1881-9087
Cerebral evolution: the making of a genious introducing the "theory of intellectual motivations"2008 Human evolution 23 (3-4): 241-9
  • M.G. Kokkinaki
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Endocrinal volumes of primate species: scaling analyses using a comprehensive and reliable data set2008 Journal of human evolution 55 (6): 967-78
  • Bruce R. Gelvin
  • E. Christopher Kirk
  • Gene A. Albrecht
  • Joseph M. A. Miller
  • Karin Isler
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Brain size at birth throughout human evolution: a new method for estimating neonatal brain size in hominins2008 Journal of human evolution 55 (6): 1064-74
  • Jeremy M. DeSilva
  • Julie J. Lesnik
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Life history costs and benefits of encephalization: a comparative test using data from long-term studies of primates in the wild2008 Journal of human evolution 54 (5): 568-90
  • Carel P. Van Schaik
  • Karin Isler
  • Meredith L. Bastian
  • Nancy L. Barrickman
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
"Variation in brain size and ecology in Pongo" [J. Hum Evol. 52 (1) (2007) 59-71]2008 Journal of human evolution 54 (5): 727-8
  • Andrea B. Taylor
  • Carel van Scjhaik
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484erratum
The size of scalable brain components in the human evolutionary lineage: with a comment on the paradox of Homo floresiensis2007 Homo 58 (1): 1-12
  • G.C. Conroy
  • R.J. Smith
H6/HB [HOMO-]0018-442X
The evolution of body heat conductivity, skin and brain size in human2007 Journal of human ecology 21 (2): 95-103
  • A. I. Ibraimov
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Homoplasy and the evolution of ontogeny in papionin primates2007 Journal of human evolution 52 (5): 536-58
  • Steven R. Leigh
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'Homoplasy in primate and human evolution' with preface by CA Lockwood and JG Fleagle
The use of cranial variables for the estimation of body mass in fossil hominins2007 American journal of physical anthropology 134 (1): 92-105
  • Muhammad A. Spocter
  • Paul R. Manger
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Latvian infants' cephalic index change during the first year of life2007 Papers on anthropology 16: 198-209
  • Anita Oginska
  • Jānis Vētra
  • Māra Pilmane
H6/HB [PAPERS-]1406-0140
Human an nonhuman primate brains: are they allometrically scaled versions of the same design?2006 Evolutionary anthropology 15 (2): 65-77
  • James K. Rilling
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
Chimpanzee neonatal brain size: implications for brain growth in Homo erectus2006 Journal of human evolution 51 (2): 207-12
  • Jeremy DeSilva
  • Julie Lesnik
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Costs of encephalization: the energy trade-off hypothesis tested on birds2006 Journal of human evolution 51 (3): 228-43
  • Carel van Schaik
  • Karin Isler
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Primate brain evolution: integrating comparative, neurophysiological, and ethological data2006 Evolutionary anthropology 15 (6): 224-36
  • Robert A. Barton
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
Evolution of brain size and juvenile periods in primates2006 Journal of human evolution 51 (5): 480-9
  • Christopher R. von Rueden
  • John Wagner
  • Oskar Burger
  • Robert Walker
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Twenty questions about human evolution2006 Human evolution 21 (4): 3-64
  • P. V. Tobias
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Fetal and infant head circumference sexual dimorphism in primates2005 American journal of physical anthropology 126 (1): 97-110
  • Alice F. Tarantal
  • Ann-Kathrin Oerke
  • Karen Rice
  • Michelle Leland
  • Tracey H. Joffe
H6/HB 'AMERICAN-'0002-9483
Molar scaling in strepsirrhine primates2005 Journal of human evolution 49 (2): 241-69
  • Christopher J. Vinyard
  • Jandy Hanna
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Relative size versus controlling for size. Interpretation of ratios in research on sexual dimorphism in the human corpus callosum2005 Current anthropology 46 (2): 249-73
  • Richard J. Smith
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
On breast milk, diet, and large human brains2005 Current anthropology 46 (1): 122-4
  • Frits A. J. Muskiet
  • Josephine C. A. Joordens
  • Remko S. Kuipers
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on 'Breast milk, diet, and large human brains' by S L Robson in Curr Anthrop 2004 (45:3), 419-25; with reply
Heat loss from the head during infancy as a cost of encephalization2005 Current anthropology 46 (1): 136-41
  • Boguslaw Pawłowski
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204
Dental development in Megaladapis edwardsi (Primates Lemuriformes): implications for understanding life history variation in subfossil lemurs2005 Journal of human evolution 49 (6): 702-21
  • Frank P. Cuozzo
  • Gary T. Schwartz
  • Laurie R. Godfrey
  • Patrick Mahoney
  • William Jungers
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Brief communication: is variation in the cranial capacity of the Dmanisi sample too high to be from a single species?2005 American journal of physical anthropology 127 (3): 263-6
  • Sang-Hee Lee
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Évolution du cerveau, miniaturisation et stratégies écologiques chez les primates2005 Anthropologica et praehistorica 116: 25-49
  • Emmanuel P. Gilissen
H6 [SOCIETE-]1377-5723English summary
Neural connectivity and cortical substrates of cognition in hominoids2005 Journal of human evolution 49 (5): 547-69
  • Anne-Marie Desgouttes
  • Katerina Semendeferi
  • Natalie M. Schenker
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Breast milk, diet, and large human brains2004 Current anthropology 45 (3): 419-25
  • Shannen Robson
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204
Hominins are a single lineage: brain and body size variability does not reflect postulated taxonomic diversity of hominins2004 Homo 55 (1/2): 21-37
  • C. de Miguel
  • M. Henneberg
H6/HB [HOMO-]0018-442X
Progressive changes in brain size and muscolo-skeletal traits in seven hominoid populations2004 Human evolution 19 (3): 173-96
  • E. W. Rushton
  • J. P. Rushton
Brain size and encephalization in early to mid-pleistocene Homo2004 American journal of physical anthropology 124 (2): 109-23
  • G. Philip Rightmire
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Why are human newborns so fat ? Relationship between fatness and brain size at birth2004 American journal of human biology 16 (1): 24-30
  • Elisabete R. Correia
  • Hamilton R. Correia
  • Manuel L. De Areia
  • Paulo G. Mota
  • Sandra C. Balseiro
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
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