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Institut für Evolutionäre Anthropologie (IEA)



  • K. J. Carlson. Investigating the form-function interface in African apes – relationships between principal moments of area and positional behaviors in femoral and humeral diaphyses. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 127: 312-334. 2005
  • K. J. Carlson, B. Demes, and T.M. Franz. Mediolateral forces associated with quadrupedal gaits of lemurids. Journal of Zoology, London 266: 261-273. 2005
  • B. Demes, T. M. Franz, and K. J. Carlson. External forces on the limbs of jumping lemurs at takeoff and landing. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128: 348-358. 2005
  • T. M. Franz, B. Demes, and K. J. Carlson. Gait mechanics of lemurid primates on terrestrial and arboreal substrates. Journal of Human Evolution 48: 199-217. 2005
  • M. L. Sisk, D. F. Royer, K. J. Carlson. Recent developments in Paleoanthropology. Evolutionary Anthropology 14: 205-206.
  • K.J. Carlson and T.R. Pickering. Shape-adjusted bone mineral density measurements in baboons: other factors explain primate skeletal element representation at Swartkrans. Journal of Archaeological Science 31: 577-583. 2004
  • T. R. Pickering and K. J. Carlson. Baboon taphonomy and its relevance to the investigation of large felid involvement in human forensic cases. Forensic Science International 144: 37-44. 2004
  • K. J. Carlson and T. R. Pickering. Intrinsic qualities of primate bones as predictors of element representation in modern and fossil carnivore feeding assemblages. Journal of Human Evolution 44: 431-450. 2003
  • T. R. Pickering and K. J. Carlson. Baboon bone mineral densities: implications for the taphonomy of primate skeletons in South African cave sites. Journal of Archaeological Science 29:883-896. 2002

In press

  • K. J. Carlson. Muscle architecture of the common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): perspectives for investigating chimpanzee behavior. Primates.
  • B. Demes, K. J. Carlson, and T. M. Franz. Cutting corners: The dynamics of turning behaviors in two primate species. Journal of Experimental Biology.
  • K. J. Carlson, B. A. Patel. Material properties of subchondral bone in the distal radius reflect habitual use of the primate forelimb. Journal of Anatomy.
  • K. J. Carlson, D. Doran-Sheehy, K. D. Hunt, T. Nishida, A. Yamanaka, and C. Boesch. Locomotor behavior and long bone morphology in individual free-ranging chimpanzees. Journal of Human Evolution.

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