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Physical Anthropology

1988 Anthropometric Survey of US Army Personnel: Correlation Coefficients and Regression Equations (Cheverud et al.)

“Anthropological conclusions of the study of Roman and Migration periods” (FĂłthi)

“Anthropological study for the determination of the Europid and Negroid characteristics on facial bones of human fetuses” (KĂłsa 2002)

“Anthropometric Effects of Recorded Cases of Miscegenation Among Certain Caucasian Sub-Groups” (Siemens 1950)

“The Anthropometric History of Early-Modern France” (Komlos)

“Anthropometric Variation and Population Structure of the Nicobarese Islanders” (Prasad et al. 2004)

"Assessing Craniofacial Secular Change in American Blacks and Whites Using Geometric Morphometry" (Wescott & Jantz 2005)

“The Attribution of Ancestry for European and Indian (South Asian) Individuals within a Forensic Context” (Rogers 1992)

“Automatic Detection of the Craniometric Points for Craniofacial Identification” (Parzianello et al. 1996)

"Body mass prediction from stature and bi-iliac breadth in two high latitude populations, with
application to earlier higher latitude humans" (Ruff et al. 2005)

“Cephalic Index of Foetuses of Manipuri Population—A Baseline Study” (Rajlakshmi et al. 2001)

“Cephalic index of Gurung community of Nepal - An anthropometric study” (Lobo et al. 2005)

“Cephalometric Evaluation for Saudi Population Using the Downs and Steiner Analysis” (Al-Jasser 2005)

"Cephalometric morphology of Chinese with Class II Division 1 malocclusion" (Lau & Hägg 1999)

"Cephalometric morphology of Japanese Girls with Class II Division 1 malocclusion" (Ishii et al. 2001)

"Cephalometric norms for the Saudi children living in the western region of Saudi Arabia: a research report" (Hassan 2005)

"Cephalometric Norms in an Arabic Population" (Hamdan & Rock 2001)


"Craniofacial anthropometry in a group of healthy Latvian residents" (Nagle et al. 2005)

“Craniometric Relationships among Medieval Central European Populations: Implications for Croat Migration and Expansion” (Šlaus et al. 2004)

"An early modern human from the Peştera cu Oase, Romania" (Trinkaus et al. 2003)

"Early Nile Valley Farmers From El-Badari: Aboriginals or "European" Agro-Nostratic Immigrants? Craniometric Affinities Considered With Other Data" (Keita 2005)


"Exploring Northeast African Metric Craniofacial Variation at the Individual Level: A Comparative Study Using Principal Components Analysis" (Keita 2004)

"F-81 Skeleton from Wadi Mataha, Jordan, and its Bearing on Human Variability in the Epipaleolithic of the Levant" (Stock et al. 2005)

"Forensic Misclassification of Ancient Nubian Crania: Implications for Assumptions about Human Variation" (L'Engle Williams et al. 2005)

"Further Studies of Crania From Ancient Northern Africa: An Analysis of Crania From First Dynasty Egyptian Tombs, Using Multiple Discriminant Functions" (Keita 1992)


Guidelines to the Standards for Recording Human Remains (IFA 2004)

"Heredity, Environment, and Cranial Form: A Reanalysis of BoasÂ’s Immigrant Data" (Gravlee et al. 2003)

"Human adaptation in the 7th-11th century" (Szathmáry & Guba 2002)

"Migraciones y variación craneofacial humana en América" (Pucciarelli 2003)

"Morphological Variation and Heritability in Three Melanesian Populations: A Multivariate Approach" (McHenry & Giles)


"Multivariate comparisons of female cranial series from the Ryukyu Islands and Japan" (Pietrusewsky 2003)

On the relevance of the regional continuity features of the face in East Asia (Koesbardiati 2000, Dissertation)

“Picts and Vikings at Westness Anthropological investigations of the skeletal material from the cemetery at Westness, Rousay, Orkney Islands” (Sellevold)


"The question of robusticity and the relationship between cranial size and shape in Homo sapiens" (Lahr & Wright 1995)

“Race, Caste and Tribe in Central India: The Early Origins of Indian Anthropometry” (Bates 1995)

“Root morphology of the maxillary first premolar in Singaporeans” (Loh 1998)

“The Shapes Of Head And Face In Normal Male Newborns In South-East Of Caspian Sea (Iran-Gorgan)” (Golalipour 2003)

"Variability in facial size and shape among North and East African human populations" (Bruner & Manzi 2004)

“The variation of head and face shapes in female newborns in the South-East of the Caspian sea (Iran-Gorgan)” (Golalipour 2005)

(German) "Vergleich der dento-kraniofazialen Morphologie zweier ethnischer Gruppen mit eugnathem Gebiss im Fernröntgenseitenbild" (Ngarmprasertchai 2002)

“Workings of Kaunas anatomists in the field of Lithuanian ethnic anthropology” (Stropus et al. 2005)


Archaeology

“Archaeology and Languages in Prehistoric Northern Eurasia” (Dolukhanov 2003)

“The Legacy of Marija Gimbutas: An Archaeomythological Investigation of the Roots of European Civilization” (Marler 1999)

“Merits and Limits of Renfrew's Theory” (Alinei 1996)

“Reconsidering the geochronological framework of Lateglacial hunter-gatherer colonization of southern Scandinavia” (Eriksen)

“A Review of the Early Late Neolithic Period in Denmark: Practice, Identity and Connectivity” (Vandkilde)


Paleoanthropology

"An Analysis of Crania From Tell-Duweir Using Multiple Discriminant Functions" (Keita 1988)

“Anthropological sketch of the prehistoric population of the Carpathian Basin” (Zoffmann 2000)

“An Australasian test of the recent African origin theory using the WLH-50 calvarium” (Hawks et al. 2000)

“'The Contribution of South Asia to the Peopling of Australasia' and the relevance of BaselÂ’s Naturhistorisch Museum anthropological collection to the project aims” (Bulbeck et al.)

“Diagnostic Differences in Mandibular P4 Shape Between Neandertals and Anatomically Modern Humans” (Bailey et al. 2005)

“Exploring Northeast African Metric Craniofacial Variation at the Individual Level: A Comparative Study Using Principal Components Analysis” (Keita 2004)

“F-81 Skeleton from Wadi Mataha, Jordan, and its Bearing on Human Variability in the Epipaleolithic of the Levant” (Stock et al. 2005)

“Further Studies of Crania From Ancient Northern Africa: An Analysis of Crania From First Dynasty Egyptian Tombs, Using Multiple Discriminant Functions” (Keita 1992)

“Lapa Vermelha IV Hominid 1: Morphological Affinities of the Earliest Known American” (Neves et al. 1999)

“Midsagittal Cranial Shape Variation in the Genus Homo by Geometric Morphometrics” (Bruner et al. 2003)

(French) "Morphologie crânio-faciale des populations de l'Europe et du Maghreb depuis le Paléolithique Supérieur jusqu'à présent" (Marina et al. 2004)

“Morphometric Status of Human Skeletal Remains From Kodumanal, Periyar District, Tamil Nadu” (Reddy et al. 2004)

“The Multiregional Evolution of Humans” (Thorne & Wolpoff 1992)

“Observations on anthropological research concerning the period of Hungarian conquest and the Arpadian age” (Szathmáry)

"Old World sources of the first New World human inhabitants: A comparative craniofacial view" (Brace et al. 2001)

On the Origin of Species (Charles Darwin)

“The Origin of the Baltic-Finns from the Physical Anthropological Point of View” (Niskanen 2002)

“Paleoanthropological research in Hungary” (Éry)

"Post-Pleistocene diachronic change in East Asian facial skeletons: the size, shape and volume of the orbits" (Brown & Maeda 2003)

"The Prehistoric Peopling of South America as Inferred from Epigenetic Dental Traits" (Sutter 2005)

"The questionable contribution of the Neolithic and the Bronze Age to European craniofacial form" (Brace et al. 2005)

Report on the Osteological Assessment of the "Kennewick Man" Skeleton (CENWW.97.Kennewick) (Powell & Rose 2000)

“Studies of Ancient Crania From Northern Africa” (Keita 1990)

“Variability in facial size and shape among North and East African human populations” (Bruner et al. 2004)

"Within-group human variation in the Asian Pleistocene: the three Upper Cave crania" (Cunningham & Wescott 2001)