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Comparing the Boxgrove and Atapuerca (Sima de los Huesos) human fossils: Do they represent distinct paleodemes?
Volume 172, November 2022, 103253AbstractThe early Middle Pleistocene human material from Boxgrove (West Sussex, UK) consi...
Two Late Pleistocene human femora from Trinil, Indonesia: Implications for body size and behavior in Southeast Asia
Hominin postcranial remains from the Late Pleistocene are relatively rare in Southeast Asia (Santa Luca, 1980; Baba et al....
Morphological modularity in the anthropoid axial skeleton
The study of morphological modularity among skeletal regions is important as modular structure can confine the effect of m...
The 50th anniversary of JHE
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Comparing walking and running in persistence hunting
Humans have exceptional locomotor endurance among mammals (Carrier, 1984; Bramble and Lieberman, 2004; Pontzer, 2017; Raic...
Variability in energy expenditure is much greater in males than females
In mammals, trait variation is often reported to be greater among males than females. However, to date, mainly only morpho...
Life and death at Dmanisi, Georgia: Taphonomic signals from the fossil mammals
Early hominins with bipedal adaptations were confined to Africa for at least two million years—possibly twice that—before ...
A primate model for the origin of flake technology
Although we have known for over four decades, that hominin stone tool technology extends into deep antiquity (Leakey, 1971...
Early Pleistocene stratigraphy, sedimentary environments, and formation contexts at Dmanisi in the Georgian Caucasus
The ruins of the Medieval city of Dmanisi occupy the promontory at the confluence of the Mashavera and Pinezauri rivers in...
Estimating the population variance, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation: Sample size and accuracy
Small sample sizes are not uncommon in human and nonhuman primate evolutionary research. Such samples are often relied upo...
The earliest hylobatid from the Late Miocene of China
The fossil record of the hylobatids (the family of hominoids comprising the extant gibbons and siamang) is poorly known, b...
Morphological integration of the hominoid postcranium
Postcranial studies of integration—or the coordinated variation of functionally or developmentally connected phenotypic tr...
William Howard Kimbel (1954–2022)
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JHE 50th anniversary: Generosity
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Evidence for the latest fossil Pongo in southern China
Orangutans are the only extant great apes in Asia, where today they are restricted to Borneo (Pongo pygmaeus) and northern...
Portable x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy geochemical sourcing of Miocene primate fossils from Kenya
Establishing the correct provenience of fossil specimens is necessary to understand the biogeography and evolution of indi...
Small mammals (Insectivora, Rodentia, Lagomorpha) from the Early Pleistocene hominin-bearing site of Dmanisi (Georgia)
The Dmanisi site is located about 85 km southwest of Tbilisi, the capital city of the Republic of Georgia, on the northern...
The relative limb size of Homo naledi
Observational and experimental research from extant nonhuman primates and modern humans can be applied to the study of ear...
Morphological integration in the hominid midfoot
Foot morphology is reflective of locomotor behavior and has been the focus of extensive research in evolutionary anthropol...
JHE 50th anniversary: What does a journal owe its discipline?
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A refined chronology for the Middle and early Upper Paleolithic sequence of Riparo Mochi (Liguria, Italy)
Volume 169, August 2022, 103211AbstractThe Riparo Mochi rock shelter, located on the Ligurian coast of Italy, is one of th...
Variations by degrees: Western European paleoenvironmental fluctuations across MIS 13–11
Volume 169, August 2022, 103213Highlights•Extended MIS 11c mild conditions facilitated hominin expansions in Western Europ...
Early Pleistocene hominin teeth from Gongwangling of Lantian, Central China
The fossil hominin individual from Gongwangling of Lantian, Central China, represents one of the earliest members attribut...
Feeding ecology of the last European colobine monkey, Dolichopithecus ruscinensis
Volume 168, July 2022, 103199AbstractCurrently, very little is known about the ecology of extinct Eurasian cercopithecids....
Morphological variation of the maxilla in modern humans and African apes
Volume 168, July 2022, 103210AbstractDifferences in morphology among modern humans and African apes are frequently used wh...
Maxillary second molar from the Rozhok I Micoquian site (Azov Sea region): Another link between Eastern Europe and Siberia
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Initial Upper Paleolithic bone technology and personal ornaments at Bacho Kiro Cave (Bulgaria)
Volume 167, June 2022, 103198AbstractThe expansion of Homo sapiens and our interaction with local environments, including ...