Publications

2010
M. J. Devlin, C. M. Stetter, H. M. Lin, T. J. Beck, R. S. Legro, M. A. Petit, D. E. Lieberman, and T. Lloyd. 2010. “Peripubertal estrogen levels and physical activity affect femur geometry in young adult women.” Ostoporosis International, 21, Pp. 609-617. Devlin et al 2010e.pdf
Carolina Paschetta, Soledad de Azevedo, Lucía Castillo, Neus Martínez-Abadías, Miquel Hernández, Daniel E. Lieberman, and Rolando González-José. 2010. “The Influence of Masticatory Loading on Craniofacial Morphology: A Test Case Across Technological Transitions in the Ohio Valley.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 141, Pp. 297-314. Paschetta et al 2010c.pdf
2009
Daniel E. Lieberman, Dennis M. Bramble, David A. Raichlen, and John J. Shea. 2009. “Brains, Brawn, and the Evolution of Human Endurance Running Capabilities.” In The First Humans—Origins and Early Evolution of the Genus Homo, edited by Frederick E. Grine, John G. Fleagle, and Richard E. Leakey, Pp. 77-98. New York: Springer. Lieberman et al 2009a.pdf
Herman Pontzer, John H. Holloway III, David A. Raichlen, and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2009. “Control and function of arm swing in human walking and running.” The Journal of Experimental Biology, 212, Pp. 523-534. Pontzer et al 2009d.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2009. “Homo floresiensis from head to toe.” Nature, 459, Pp. 41-42. Lieberman 2009c.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman, David R. Pilbeam, and Richard W. Wrangham. 2009. “The transition from Australopithecus to Homo.” In Transitions in Prehistory: Essays in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef, edited by John J. Shea and Daniel E. Lieberman, Pp. 1-22. Oxford: Oxbow Publications. Lieberman et al 2009b.pdf
Campbell Rolian, Daniel E. Lieberman, Joseph Hamill, John W. Scott, and William Werbel. 2009. “Walking, running and the evolution of short toes in humans.” The Journal of Experimental Biology, 212, Pp. 713-721. Rolian 2009e.pdf
2008
Markus Bastir, Antonio Rosas, Daniel E. Lieberman, and Paul O'Higgins. 2008. “Middle Cranial Fossa Anatomy and the Origin of Modern Humans.” The Anatomical Record, 291, Pp. 130-140. Bastir et al 2008b.pdf
Benedikt Hallgrimsson and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2008. “Mouse models and the evolutionary developmental biology of the skull.” Integrative and Comparative Biology, 48, Pp. 373-384. Hallgrimsson and Lieberman 2008d.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman, Benedikt Hallgrimsson, Wei Liu, Trish E. Parsons, and Heather A. Jamniczky. 2008. “Spatial packing, cranial base angulation, and craniofacial shape variation in the mammalian skull: testing a new model using mice.” Journal of Anatomy, 212, Pp. 720-735. Lieberman et al 2008a.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2008. “Speculations About the Selective Basis for Modern Human Craniofacial Form.” Evolutionary Anthropology, 17, Pp. 55-68. Lieberman 2008c.pdf
2007
Katherine K. Whitcombe, Liza J. Shapiro, and Daniel E. Lieberman. 12/13/2007. “Fetal load and the evolution of lumbar lordosis in bipedal hominins.” Nature, 450, Pp. 1075-1078. Whitcombe et al 2007a.pdf
B. Hallgrimsson, D. E. Lieberman, W. Liu, A. F. Ford-Hutchinson, and F. R. Jirik. 2007. “Epigenetic interactions and the structure of phenotypic variation in the cranium.” Evolution & Development, 9, 1, Pp. 76-91. Hallgrimsson et al 2007f.pdf
Benedikt Hallgrimsson, Daniel E. Lieberman, Nathan M. Young, Trish Parsons, and Steven Wat. 2007. “Evolution of covariance in the mammalian skull.” In Novartis Found Symposium, 284: Pp. 164-168. Hallgrimsson et al 2007g.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman and Dennis M. Bramble. 2007. “The Evolution of Marathon Running Capabilities in Humans.” Sports Medicine, 37, 4-5, Pp. 288-290. Lieberman and Bramble 2007c.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2007. “Homing in on early Homo.” Nature, 449, Pp. 291-292. Lieberman 2007b.pdf
Maureen J. Devlin and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2007. “Variation in estradiol level affects cortical bone growth in response to mechanical loading in sheep.” The Journal of Experimental Biology, 210, Pp. 602-613. Devlin and Lieberman 2007e.pdf
2006
Daniel E. Lieberman, David A. Raichlen, Herman Pontzer, Dennis M. Bramble, and Elizabeth Cutright-Smith. 2006. “The human gluteus maximus and its role in running.” Journal of Experimental Biology, 209, Pp. 2143-2155. Lieberman et al 2006b.pdf
A.W. Crompton, Daniel E. Lieberman, and Sally Aboelela. 2006. “Tooth Orientation during Occlusion and the Functional Significance of Condylar Translation in Primates and Herbivores.” In Amniote Paleobiology: Perspectives on the Evolution of Mammals, Birds, and Reptiles, edited by M.T. Carrano, T. J. Gaudin, R. W. Blob, and J. R. Wible, Pp. 367-388. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Crompton et al 2006c.pdf
H. Pontzer, D. E. Lieberman, E. Momin, M. J. Devlin, J. D. Polk, B. Hallgrimsson, and D. M. L. Cooper. 2006. “Trabecular bone in the bird knee responds with high sensitivity to changes in load orientation.” Journal of Experimental Biology, 209, Pp. 57-65. Pontzer et al 2006a.pdf

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