Daniel E. Lieberman. 2015. “Is Exercise Really Medicine? An Evolutionary Perspective.” Current Sports Medicine Reports, 14, Pp. 313-319. Lieberman 2015c.pdf
Carolyn M. Eng, Allison S. Arnold, Andrew A. Bienener, and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2015. “The human iliotibial band is specialized for elastic energy storage compared with the chimp fascia lata.” The Journal of Experimental Biology, 218, Pp. 2382-2393. Eng et al 2015d.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2015. “Human Locomotion and Heat Loss: An Evolutionary Perspective.” Comprehensive Physiology, 5, Pp. 99-117. Lieberman 2015a.pdf
John G. Fleagle and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2015. “Major Transformations in the Evolution of Primate Locomotion.” In Great Transformations in Vertebrate Evolution, edited by Kenneth P. Dial, Neil Shubin, and Elizabeth L. Brainerd. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Fleagle and Lieberman 2015f.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman, Eric R. Castillo, Erik Otarola-Castillo, Meshack K. Sang, Timothy K. Sigel, Robert Ojiambo, Paul Okutoyi, and Yannis Pitsiladis. 2015. “Variation in Foot Strike Patterns among Habitually Barefoot and Shod Runners in Kenya.” PLoS ONE, 10, 7, Pp. e0131354. Lieberman et al 2015g.pdf
Ian J. Wallace, Brigitte Demes, Carrie Mongle, Osbjorn M. Pearson, John D. Polk, and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2014. “Exercise-Induced Bone Formation Is Poorly Linked to Local Strain Magnitude in the Sheep Tibia.” PLoS ONE, 9, 6, Pp. e99108. Wallace et al 2014b.pdf
Neil T. Roach and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2014. “Upper body contributions to power generation during rapid, overhand throwing in humans.” Journal of Experimental Biology, 217, Pp. 2139-2149. Roach and Lieberman 2014a.pdf
Alexander R. Gibson, Robert Ojiambo, Kenn Konstabel, Daniel E. Lieberman, John J. Reilly, John R. Speakman, and Yannis P. Pitsiladis. 2013. “Aerobic Capacity, Activity Levels and Daily Energy Expenditure in Male and Female Adolescents of the Kenyan Nandi Sub-Group.” Public Library of Science One, 8, 6, Pp. e66552. Gibson et al 2013e.pdf
Carolyn M. Eng, Daniel E. Lieberman, Katherine D. Zink, and Michael A. Peters. 2013. “Bite Force and Occlusal Stress Production in Hominin Evolution.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 151, Pp. 544-557. Eng et al 2013c.pdf
Neil T. Roach, Madhusdhan Venkadesan, Michael J. Rainbow, and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2013. “Elastic energy storage in the shoulder and the evolution of high-speed throwing in Homo.” Nature, 498, Pp. 483-487. Roach et al 2013b.pdf
Robert Ojiambo, Alexander R. Gibson, Kenn Konstabel, Daniel E. Lieberman, John R. Speakman, John J. reily, and Yannis P. Pitsiladis. 2013. “Free-living physical activity and energy expenditure of rural children and adolescents in the Nandi region of Kenya.” Annals of Human Biology, 40, 4, Pp. 318-323. Ojiambo et al 2013d.pdf
Yana G. Kamberov, Sijia Wang, Jingze Tan, Pascale Gerbault, Abigail Wark, Longzhi Tan, Yajun Yang, Shilin Li, Kun Tang, Hua Chen, Adam Powell, Yuval Itan, Dorian Fuller, Jason Lohmueller, Junhao Mao, Asa Schachar, Madeline Paymer, Elizabeth Hostetter, Elizabeth Byrne, Melissa Burnett, Andrew P. McMahon, Mark G. Thomas, Daniel E. Lieberman, Li Jin, Clifford J. Tabin, Bruce A. Morgan, and Pardis C. Sabeti. 2013. “Modeling Recent Human Evolution in Mice by Expression of a Selected EDAR Variant.” Cell, 152, Pp. 691-702. Kamberov et al 2013a.pdf
Meir M. Barak, Daniel E. Lieberman, David Raichlen, Herman Pontzer, Anna G. Warrener, and Jean-Jacques Hublin. 2013. “Trabecular Evidence for a Human-Like Gait in Australopithecus africanus.” PLoS ONE, 8, 11, Pp. e77687. Barak et al 2013g.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2013. The Story of the Human Body. Pantheon. Publisher's VersionAbstract

In this landmark book of popular science, Daniel E. Lieberman gives us a lucid and engaging account of how the human body evolved over millions of years. He illuminates the major transformations that contributed to key adaptations to the body: the rise of bipedalism; the shift to a non-fruit-based diet; the advent of hunting and gathering; and how cultural changes like the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions have impacted us physically. He shows how the increasing disparity between the jumble of adaptations in our Stone Age bodies and advancements in the modern world is occasioning a paradox: greater longevity but increased chronic disease. And finally—provocatively—he advocates the use of evolutionary information to help nudge, push, and sometimes even compel us to create a more salubrious environment and pursue better lifestyles. 

Neil Thomas Roach, Daniel E. Lieberman, Thomas J. Gill IV, William E. Palmer, and Thomas J. Gill III. 2012. “The effect of humeral torsion on rotational range of motion in the shoulder and throwing performance.” Journal of Anatomy, 220, Pp. 293-301. Roach et al 2012e.pdf
Daniel P. Perl, Adam I. Daoud, and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2012. “Effects of Footwear and Strike Type on Running Economy.” Medicine & Science in Sports Exercise, Pp. 1335-1343. Perl et al 2012a.pdf
Adam I. Daoud, Gary J. Geissler, Frank Wang, Jason Saretsky, Yahya A. Daoud, and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2012. “Foot Strike and Injury Rates in Endurance Runners: A Retrospective Study.” Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Pp. 1325-1334. Daoud et al 2012b.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2012. “Those feet in ancient times.” Nature, 483, Pp. 550-551. Lieberman 2012d.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2012. “What We Can Learn About Running from Barefoot Running: An Evolutionary Medical Perspective.” Exercise Sport Science Review, 40, 2, Pp. 63-72. Lieberman et al 2012c.pdf