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The Human Fossil Record
Brain Endocasts is the only comprehensive, single-volume work dealing exclusively and uniformly with fossil hominid brain endocasts. Never-beforepublished photographs come together with easilyExpand
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The Skull Of Australopithecus Afarensis
1. Background to This Study 2. Recovery and Reconstruction of A.L.444-2 3. A.L. 444-2: The Reconstructed Skull as a Whole 4. Endocranial Morphology of A.L. 444-2 5. Elements of the DisarticulatedExpand
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On the phylogenetic position of the pre-Neandertal specimen from Reilingen, Germany.
This paper describes the morphology and phylogenetic significance of a well-preserved fossil human cranium found near Reilingen, Germany in 1978. The specimen consists of two complete parietals, mostExpand
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Brain endocasts - the paleoneurological evidence
PREFACE. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. PART 1: Brain Evolution and Endocasts INTRODUCTION. Lines of Evidence, DIRECT and INDIRECT. Brain Endocasts. The Data. Biobehavioral Significance of Brain Endocasts.Expand
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Asymmetry of chimpanzee planum temporale: humanlike pattern of Wernicke's brain language area homolog.
The anatomic pattern and left hemisphere size predominance of the planum temporale, a language area of the human brain, are also present in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). The left planum temporaleExpand
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Sexual dimorphism in the human corpus callosum.
Preliminary observations suggest a sex difference in the shape and surface area of the human corpus callosum. The sexual dimorphism is striking in the splenium, the caudal or posterior portion of theExpand
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Sexual dimorphism of the human corpus callosum from three independent samples: relative size of the corpus callosum.
Three independent autopsy samples of brains without apparent neuropathology were studied to ascertain whether there was sexual dimorphism in the human corpus callosum (CC). Using planimetricExpand
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Culture: A Human Domain
It is argued that a number of recent writings based on primate studies and on analysis of early hominid evolution have blurred certain central issues regarding human and non-human primate behavior.Expand
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Volumetric and asymmetry determinations on recent hominid endocasts: Spy I and II, Djebel Ihroud I, and the Sale Homo erectus specimens, with some notes on Neanderthal brain size.
  • R. Holloway,
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 July 1981
Full brain endocast reconstructions of the Neanderthals, Spy I and II, Djebel Ihroud I, and the Homo erectus specimen from Sale, Morocco have yielded accurate volumes. Spy I = 1,305 ml; Spy II =Expand
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Levantine cranium from Manot Cave (Israel) foreshadows the first European modern humans
A key event in human evolution is the expansion of modern humans of African origin across Eurasia between 60 and 40 thousand years (kyr) before present (bp), replacing all other forms of hominins.Expand
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