D. Zwicker, R. Ostilla-Monico, D. E. Lieberman, and M.P. Brenner. 2018. “Physical and geometric constraints shape the labyrinth-like nasal cavity.” Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 115, 12, Pp. 2936-2941.
N.B. Holowka and D. E. Lieberman. 2018. “Rethinking the evolution of the human foot: insights from experimental research.” J. Exp Biol, 221.
E.R. Castillo and D. E. Lieberman. 2018. “Shock attenuation in the human lumbar spine during walking and running.” J Exp Biol.
A.E. Ramos, C. Lo, L. Estephan, Y.Y. Tai, Y. Tang, J. Zhao, M. Sugahara, J. Gorcsan, M.G. Brown, D. E. Lieberman, S.Y. Chan, and A. Baggish. 2018. “Specific circulating microRNAs display dose-dependent responses to variable intensity and duration of endurance exercise.” Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 315, Pp. 273-283.
I.J. Wallace, C. Hainline, and D. E. Lieberman. 2018. “Sports and the human brain: an evolutionary perspective.” Handbook of Clinical Neurology, 158, Pp. 3-10.
D. E. Lieberman. 2017. “History of Distance Running.” In The Long Distance Runner’s Guide to Injury Prevention and Treatment, Pp. 2-17. New York: Skyhorse Publishing.
J. Lin, J.R. DeLuca, M.T. Lu, S.G. Ruehm, R. Dudum, B. Choi, D. E. Lieberman, U. Hoffman, and A.L. Baggish. 2017. “Extreme Endurance Exercise and Progressive Coronary Artery Disease.” Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 70, 293-29.
H. Aibast, P. Okutoyi, T. Sigei, W. Adero, D. Chemjor, N. Ongaro, N. Fuku, K. Konstabel, C. Clark, D. E. Lieberman, and Y. Pitsiladis. 2017. “Foot Structure and Function in Habitually Barefoot and Shod Adolescents in Kenya.” Curr Sports Med Rep, 16, 6, Pp. 448-458.
I.J. Wallace, S. Worthington, D.T. Felson, R.D. Jurmain, K.T. Wren, H. Maijanen, R.J. Woods, and D. E. Lieberman. 2017. “Knee osteoarthritis has doubled in prevalence since the mid-20th century.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114, Pp. 9932-9936. Publisher's Version
D.R. Pilbeam and D. E. Lieberman. 2017. “Reconstructing the Last Common Ancestor of Chimpanzees and Humans.” In Chimpanzees and Human Evolution, Pp. 22-141. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
E.R. Castillo, C. Hsu, R.W. Mair, and D. E. Lieberman. 2017. “Testing biomechanical models of human lumbar lordosis variability.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology , 163, Pp. 110-121.
M.M. Barak, E. Sherratt, and D. E. Lieberman. 2017. “Using principal trabecular orientation to differentiate joint loading orientation in the 3rd metacarpal heads of humans and chimpanzees.” Journal of Human Evolution , 113, Pp. 173-182.
D. E. Lieberman. 2016. “Brains Plus Brawn.” In Life: The Leading Edge of Evolutionary Biology, Genetics, Anthropology and Environmental Science, Pp. 227-249. New York: Harper Perennial.
K.D. Zink and D. E. Lieberman. 2016. “Impact of meat and Lower Palaeolithic food processing techniques on chewing in humans.” Nature. Publisher's Version zink_lieberman_2016.pdf
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