Publications

2005
Michel Brunet, Franck Guy, David Pilbeam, Daniel E. Lieberman, Androssa Likius, Hassane T. Mackaye, Marcia S. Ponce de Leon, Christoph P. E. Zollikofer, and Patrick Vignaud. 4/2005. “New material of the earliest hominind from the Upper Miocene of Chad.” Nature, 434, Pp. 752-755. Brunet et al 2005a.pdf
Christoph P. E. Zollikofer, Marcia S. Ponce de Leon, Daniel E. Lieberman, Franck Guy, David Pilbeam, Androssa Likius, Hassane T. Mackaye, Patrick Vignaud, and Michel Brunet. 4/2005. “Virtual cranial reconstruction of Sahelanthropus tchadensis.” Nature, 434, Pp. 755-759. Zollikofer et al 2005b.pdf
D. E. Lieberman and O. Bar-Yossef. 2005. “Apples and Oranges: Morphological versus Behavioral Transitions in the Pleistocene.” In Interpreting the Past: Essays on Human, Primate and Mammal Evolution., edited by D. E. Lieberman, R. J. Smith, and J. Kelley, Pp. 275-296. Boston: Brill Academic Publishers. Lieberman and Bar Yossef 2005c.pdf
Matthew H. McIntyre, Peter T. Ellison, Daniel E. Lieberman, Ellen Demerath, and Bradford Towne. 2005. “The development of sex differences in digital formula from infancy in the Fels Longitudinal Study.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 272, Pp. 1473-1479. McIntyre et al 2005f.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2005. “Further fossil finds from Flores.” Nature, 437, Pp. 957-958. Lieberman 2005d.pdf
Franck Guy, Daniel E. Lieberman, David Pilbeam, Marcia S. Ponce de Leon, Androssa Likius, Hassane T. Mackaye, Patrick Vignaud, Christoph P. E. Zollikofer, and Michel Brunet. 2005. “Morphological affinities of the Sahelanthropus tchadensis (Late Miocene hominid from Chad) cranium.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102, 52, Pp. 18836-18841. Guy et al 2005e.pdf
2005. Interpreting The Past: Essays On Human, Primate, And Mammal Evolution. Boston: Brill Academic Publishers.Abstract

In Honor Of David Pilbeam

2004
Dennis M. Bramble and Daniel E. Lieberman. 11/18/2004. “Endurance running and the evolution of Homo.” Nature, 432, Pp. 345-352. Bramble and Lieberman 2004e.pdf
Osbjorn M. Pearson and Daniel E. Lieberman. 2004. “The Aging of Wolff's "Law": Ontogeny and Responses to Mechanical Loading in Cortical Bone.” Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 47, Pp. 63-69. Pearson and Lieberman 2004f.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman. 2004. “Humans and Primates: New Model Organisms for Evolutionary Developmental Biology?” Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution, 302B, Pp. 195. Lieberman 2004d.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman, John D. Polk, and Brigitte Demes. 2004. “Predicting Long Bone Loading From Cross-Sectional Geometry.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 123, Pp. 156-171. Lieberman et al 2004a.pdf
Daniel E. Lieberman, Gail E. Krovitz, and Brandeis McBratney-Owen. 2004. “Testing Hypotheses About Tinkering on the Fossil Record: the Case of the Human Skull.” Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution, 302B, 3, Pp. 284-301. Lieberman et al 2004c.pdf
2003
Daniel E. Lieberman, Osbjorn M. Pearson, John D. Polk, Brigitte Demes, and A.W. Crompton. 2003. “Optimization of bone growth and remodeling in response to loading in tapered mammalian limbs.” The Journal of Experimental Biology, 206, Pp. 3125-3138. Lieberman et al 2003a.pdf
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

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