Publications

2002
Daniel E. Lieberman, Brandeis M. McBratney, and Gail Krovitz. 2002. “The evolution and development of cranial form in Homo sapiens.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 99, 3, Pp. 1134-1139. Lieberman et al 2002a.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2002. “Whither the Evolution of Human Growth and Development?” Evolutionary Anthropology, 11, Pp. 246-248. Lieberman 2002d.pdf
2001
Daniel E. Lieberman. 3/22/2001. “Another face in our family tree.” Nature, 410, Pp. 419-440. Lieberman 2001e.pdf
Bernard Wood and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2001. “Craniodental Variation in Paranthropus boisei: A Developmental and Functional Perspective.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 116, Pp. 13-25. Wood and Lieberman 2001a.pdf
Robert C. McCarthy and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2001. “Posterior Maxillary (PM) Plane and Anterior Cranial Architecture in Primates.” The Anatomical Record, 264, Pp. 247-260. McCarthy and Lieberman 2001b.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman, Maureen J. Devlin, and Osbjorn M. Pearson. 2001. “Artificial Area Responses to Mechanical Loading: Effects of Exercise, Age, and Skeletal Location.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 116, Pp. 266-277. Lieberman et al 2001d.pdf
2000
Daniel E. Lieberman, Osbjorn M. Pearson, and Kenneth M. Mowbray. 2000. “Basicranial influence on overall cranial shape.” Journal of Human Evolution, 38, Pp. 391-315. Lieberman et al 2000a.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman, Callum F. Ross, and Matthew J. Ravosa. 2000. “The Primate Cranial Base: Ontogeny, Function, and Integration.” Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 43, Pp. 117-169. Lieberman et al 2000d.pdf
D. E. Lieberman and A.W. Crompton. 2000. “Why Fuse the Mandibular Symphysis? A Comparative Analysis.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 112, Pp. 517-540. Lieberman and Crompton 2000c.pdf
1999
Fred Spoor, Paul O'Higgins, Christopher Dean, and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2/18/1999. “Anterior sphenoid in modern humans.” Nature, 397, Pp. 572. Spoor et al 1999b.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 1999. “Homology and Hominid Phylogeny: Problems and Potential Solutions.” Evolutionary Anthropology, Pp. 142-151. Lieberman 1999a.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman and Robert C. McCarthy. 1999. “The ontogeny of cranial base angulation in humans and chimpanzees and its implications for reconstructing pharyngeal dimensions.” Journal of Human Evolution, 36, Pp. 487-517. Lieberman and McCarthy 1999c.pdf
1998
Daniel E. Lieberman. 5/14/1998. “Sphenoid shortening and the evolution of modern human cranial shape.” Nature, 393, Pp. 158-162. Lieberman 1998a.pdf
1996
Daniel E. Lieberman, Bernard A. Wood, and David R. Pilbeam. 1996. “Homoplasy and early Homo: an analysis of the evolutionary relationships of H. habilis sensu stricto and H. rudolfensis,” 30, Pp. 97-120. Lieberman et al 1996a.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 1996. “How and Why Humans Grow Thin Skulls: Experimental Evidence for Systemic Cortical Robusticity.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 101, Pp. 217-236. Lieberman 1996b.pdf
1994
Daniel E. Lieberman and John J. Shea. 1994. “Behavioral Differences between Archaic and Modern Humans in the Levantine Mousterian.” American Anthropologist, 96, 2, Pp. 300-332. Lieberman and Shea 1994.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 1994. “The Biological Basis for Seasonal Increments in Dental Cementum and Their Application to Archaeological Research.” Journal of Archaeological Science, 21, Pp. 525-539. Lieberman 1994b.pdf
1993
Daniel E. Lieberman. 12/1993. “The Rise and Fall of Seasonal Mobility among Hunter-Gatherers: The Case of the Southern Levant.” Current Anthropology, 34, 5, Pp. -631. Lieberman 1993b.pdf

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