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Department of Human Evolution

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone: +49 (341) 3550 - 350
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Philipp Gunz

Senior Scientist (W2) - Research Group Leader

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Department of Human Evolution
Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig
Germany

phone: 0049 (0) 341 3550 853
fax: 0049 (0) 341 3550 399
e-mail: gunz@[>>> Please remove the brackets! <<<]eva.mpg.de

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Curriculum Vitae
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Research Interests

Dr. Philipp Gunz is a biological anthropologist with a primary research interest in paleoanthropology, who works as a Research Fellow at the Department of Human Evolution.

He studies developmental and evolutionary changes in the growth patterns and morphology of fossil hominins, extant humans and non-human primates. Philipp works both in the area of «virtual paleoanthropology» where he applies computer modelling techniques to reconstruct partial and damaged fossils for further analysis, and in the application of statistical methods to analyze shapes of fossil and living primates (geometric morphometrics).

His research focuses on the application of geometric morphometrics to quantify large scale evolutionary changes in the craniofacial and endocranial growth pattern of great apes and australopithecines, morphological integration in modern humans and Neanderthals, craniofacial variability in early Homo, and subtle shape differences among teeth. Together with Philipp Mitteroecker from the University of Vienna he has developed new techniques to measure and compare curve and surface information from biological forms (“semilandmarks”).

He obtained his Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Vienna, Austria in 2005.  The dissertation research involved the virtual reconstruction of broken and incomplete fossil crania using computer tomographic data. He developed the theoretical framework and the necessary algorithms and software to correct taphonomic distortions and estimate missing parts, aiming to make the reconstruction process as transparent and reproducible as possible. 

An up-to-date list of manuscripts can also be found on Google Scholar

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Information

Date/place of birth:7th October 1975, Linz
Citizenship:Austrian

Research Brief

I am a biological anthropologist with a primary research interest in palaeoanthropology. I study the evolution of developmental patterns. My aim is to understand what makes us human by comparing our own species with our closest living and fossil relatives. As fossils are usually found broken into many pieces, and only partially complete, a central topic of my work is the virtual reconstruction of fossils using computed tomographic scans. I am a specialist for fossil reconstruction, and the statistical analysis of shape — a set of methods called «geometric morphometrics».

My publications explore different aspects of ontogenetic and phylogenetic shape changes — in particular the evolution and development of the brain and the imprint it leaves in the bony braincase. Alteration of endocranial shape in the hominin lineage is likely to reflect evolutionary changes in the organisation of structures of the human brain. However, brain tissue doesn’t fossilize, so the underlying biology has remained elusive. My research addresses this challenging question through an interdisciplinary approach that brings together analysis of fossil skulls, ancient genomes, brain imaging and gene expression.

Current Academic Positions

Since 2015Senior Scientist (W2) - Research Group Leader
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,
Leipzig, Germany.
Since 2019Fellow of the Max Planck School of Cognition
Germany.
Since 2017Extended Faculty
KLI Institute for the Advanced Study of Natural Complex Systems
Austria.
Since 2017Affiliated Researcher
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen
The Netherlands.
Since 2001Lecturer,
Department of Anthropology, University of Vienna
Austria.

Theses

2013Habilitation at the Dept. of Anthropology,
University of Vienna, Austria.
Thesis title: Evolution & Development of the hominin skull.
2005 Ph.D. (doctor rerum naturalium) at the Department of Anthropology,
University of Vienna, Austria (with honors).
Thesis title: Statistical and geometric reconstruction of hominid crania: reconstructing australopithecine ontogeny,
supervised by G.W. Weber, F.L. Bookstein and H. Seidler.
2001Master’s Degree (Mag. rer. nat.) in Anthropology
at the Institute for Human Biology (now Dept. of Anthropology), University of Vienna, Austria (with honors).
Thesis title: Using Semilandmarks on surfaces and curves in three dimensions to model human neurocranial shape,
supervised by H. Seidler and F.L. Bookstein.

Past Academic Positions

2011–2017Associate Professor (Status-Only Appointment),
Department of Anthropology; University of Toronto
Canada.
2007–2015Research Fellow,
Department of Human Evolution,
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,
Leipzig, Germany.
2005–2007Postdoctoral Marie Curie Fellow
at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,
Department of Human Evolution,
Leipzig, Germany.
2005Post-Doc Stipend
at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,
Department of Human Evolution,
Leipzig, Germany.
2004–2005Ph.D. research fellowship
funded by a grant of the Ministry of Culture Science & Education Austria,
and the Austrian Council for Science and Technology.
2001–2004Ph.D. research fellowship
funded by the project «Parameterised reference models forhominoid skulls»,
the Austrian Science Foundation (FWF).

Academic Awards & Recognitions

2014ISI Higly Cited Researcher Thompson Reuters Essential Science Indicators (http://highlycited.com)
2006 Poster prize,
150 years of Neanderthal discoveries conference,
Bonn
2000Student prize for best oral presentation,
European Anthropological Association,
Cambridge

Research Grants

Since 2019Evolution of Hominoid Brain connectomics
(PIs: C. Crockford, P. Gunz, D. Haun, N. Weiskopf,
A.D. Friederici, A. Anwander)
2010MaxNet Cognition:
Phenotypic analysis of 1000 human brains:
47 000 €
2008Minerva Foundation Research Grant (with Alon Barash):
Virtual reconstruction of fossil crania
2004-2007Austrian Council for Science and Technology
New Perspectives in Anthropological Studies (PI Horst Seidler).
Co-PI on the geometric morphometrics section: 522 000 €
2001, 2004Travel Grants of the "Österreichische Forschungsgemeinschaft".

Fieldwork

2001-2007Member of the Paleoanthropological Research Team;
fieldwork in the Ethiopian Galili-Region.

Service

Since 2017Elected Representative Scientific Council (Human Science Section) of the Max Planck Society
Since 2013Board member European Society for the Study of Human Evolution (ESHE)
2012-2015Editorial Board, Journal of Human Evolution
2002-2007Elected representative for the fellows (graduate students and postdocs) of the Marie Curie Research Training Network «EVAN»

Publications

Articles

Davies, T. W., Delezene, L. K., Gunz, P., Hublin, J.-J., Berger, L. R., Gidna, A., & Skinner, M. M. (2020). Distinct mandibular premolar crown morphology in Homo naledi and its implications for the evolution of Homo species in southern Africa. Scientific Reports,10(1): 13196.
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Pereira-Pedro, A. S., Bruner, E., Gunz, P., & Neubauer, S. (2020). A morphometric comparison of the parietal lobe in modern humans and Neanderthals. Journal of Human Evolution,142: 102770.
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Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Falk, D., Tafforeau, P., Le Cabec, A., Smith, T. M., Kimbel, W. H., Spoor, F., & Alemseged, Z. (2020). Australopithecus afarensis endocasts suggest ape-like brain organization and prolonged brain growth. Science Advances,6(14): eaaz4729.
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Richmond, B. G., Green, D., Lague, M., Chirchir, H., Behrensmeyer, A., Bobe, R., Bamford, M., Griffin, N., Gunz, P., Mbua, E., Merritt, S., Pobiner, B., Kiura, P., Kibunjia, M., Harris, J., & Braun, D. (2020). The upper limb of Paranthropus boisei from Ileret, Kenya. Journal of Human Evolution,141: 102727.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Scott, N. A., Hublin, J.-J., & Mitteroecker, P. (2020). Evolution of brain lateralization: A shared hominid pattern of endocranial asymmetry is much more variable in humans than in great apes. Science Advances,6(7): eaax9935.
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Davies, T. W., Delezene, L. K., Gunz, P., Hublin, J.-J., & Skinner, M. M. (2020). Corrigendum to "Endostructural morphology in hominoid mandibular third premolars: Geometric morphometric analysis of dentine crown shape" [Journal of Human Evolution 133 (2019) 198–213]. Journal of Human Evolution,138: 102692.
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Gunz, P., Kozakowski, S., Neubauer, S., Le Cabec, A., Kullmer, O., Benazzi, S., Hublin, J.-J., & Begun, D. R. (2020). Skull reconstruction of the late Miocene ape Rudapithecus hungaricus from Rudabánya, Hungary. Journal of Human Evolution,138: 102687.
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Rangel-de Lázaro, G., Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Bruner, E. (2020). Ontogenetic changes of diploic channels in modern humans (advance online). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, e24085.
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Davies, T. W., Delezene, L. K., Gunz, P., Hublin, J.-J., & Skinner, M. M. (2019). Endostructural morphology in hominoid mandibular third premolars: Discrete traits at the enamel-dentine junction. Journal of Human Evolution,136: 102670.
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Janssens, L. A., Gunz, P., Stenger, T. E., Fischer, M. S., Boone, M., & Stoessel, A. (2019). Bony labyrinth shape differs distinctively between modern wolves and dogs. Zoomorphology,138(3), 409-417.
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Davies, T. W., Delezene, L. K., Gunz, P., Hublin, J.-J., & Skinner, M. M. (2019). Endostructural morphology in hominoid mandibular third premolars: Geometric morphometric analysis of dentine crown shape. Journal of Human Evolution,133, 198-213.
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Melillo, S. M., Gunz, P., Coqueugniot, H., Reske, S., & Hublin, J.-J. (2019). Structural effects of variation in the human clavicle. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,168(4), 687-704.
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Gunz, P., Tilot, A. K., Wittfeld, K., Teumer, A., Shapland, C. Y., van Erp, T. G. M., Dannemann, M., Vernot, B., Neubauer, S., Guadalupe, T., Fernández, G., Brunner, H. G., Enard, W., Fallon, J., Hosten, N., Völker, U., Profico, A., Di Vincenzo, F., Manzi, G., Kelso, J., St. Pourcain, B., Hublin, J.-J., Franke, B., Pääbo, S., Macciardi, F., Grabe, H. J., & Fisher, S. E. (2019). Neandertal introgression sheds light on modern human endocranial globularity. Current Biology,29(1), 120-127.e5.
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Schuh, A., Kupczik, K., Gunz, P., Hublin, J.-J., & Freidline, S. E. (2019). Ontogeny of the human maxilla: A study of intra-population variability combining surface bone histology and geometric morphometrics. Journal of Anatomy,235(2), 233-245.
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Stelzer, S., Neubauer, S., Hublin, J.-J., Spoor, F., & Gunz, P. (2019). Morphological trends in arcade shape and size in Middle Pleistocene Homo. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,168(1), 70-91.
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Scott, N. A., Strauss, A., Hublin, J.-J., Gunz, P., & Neubauer, S. (2018). Covariation of the endocranium and splanchnocranium during great ape ontogeny. PLoS One,13(12): e0208999.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Leakey, L., Leakey, M., Hublin, J.-J., & Spoor, F. (2018). Reconstruction, endocranial form and taxonomic affinity of the early Homo calvaria KNM-ER 42700. Journal of Human Evolution,121, 25-39.
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Scerri, E. M., Thomas, M. G., Manica, A., Gunz, P., Stock, J. T., Stringer, C., Grove, M., Groucutt, H. S., Timmermann, A., Rightmire, G. P., d’Errico, F., Tryon, C. A., Drake, N. A., Brooks, A. S., Dennell, R. W., Durbin, R., Henn, B. M., Lee-Thorp, J., deMenocal, P., Petraglia, M. D., Thompson, J. C., Scally, A., & Chikhi, L. (2018). Did our species evolve in subdivided populations across Africa, and why does it matter? Trends in Ecology and Evolution,33(8), 582-594.
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Weaver, T. D., & Gunz, P. (2018). Using geometric morphometric visualizations of directional selection gradients to investigate morphological differentiation. Evolution,72(4), 838-850.
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Neubauer, S., Hublin, J.-J., & Gunz, P. (2018). The evolution of modern human brain shape. Science Advances,4(1): eaao5961.
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Hublin, J.-J., Ben-Ncer, A., Bailey, S. E., Freidline, S. E., Neubauer, S., Skinner, M. M., Bergmann, I., Le Cabec, A., Benazzi, S., Harvati, K., & Gunz, P. (2018). Author Correction: New fossils from Jebel Irhoud, Morocco and the pan-African origin of Homo sapiens. Nature,558(7711), E6-E6.
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Stelzer, S., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., & Spoor, F. (2018). Using the covariation of extant hominoid upper and lower jaws to predict dental arcades of extinct hominins. Journal of Human Evolution,114, 154-175.
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Hublin, J.-J., Ben-Ncer, A., Bailey, S. E., Freidline, S. E., Neubauer, S., Skinner, M. M., Bergmann, I., Le Cabec, A., Benazzi, S., Harvati, K., & Gunz, P. (2017). New fossils from Jebel Irhoud (Morocco) and the Pan-African origin of Homo sapiens. Nature,546(7657), 289-292.
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Stelzer, S., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., & Spoor, F. (2017). Hominoid arcade shape: Pattern and magnitude of covariation. Journal of Human Evolution,107, 71-85.
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Martin, R. M. G., Hublin, J.-J., Gunz, P., & Skinner, M. M. (2017). The morphology of the enamel–dentine junction in Neanderthal molars: Gross morphology, non-metric traits, and temporal trends. Journal of Human Evolution,103, 20-44.
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Martin, R. M. G., Hublin, J.-J., Gunz, P., & Skinner, M. M. (2017). The morphology of the enamel–dentine junction in Neanderthal molars: Gross morphology, non-metric traits, and temporal trends. Journal of Human Evolution,103, 20-44.
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Ritzman, T. B., Terhune, C. E., Gunz, P., & Robinson, C. A. (2016). Mandibular ramus shape of Australopithecus sediba suggests a single variable species. Journal of Human Evolution,100, 54-64.
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Stoessel, A., David, R., Gunz, P., Schmidt, T., Spoor, F., & Hublin, J.-J. (2016). Morphology and function of neandertal and modern human ear ossicles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,113(41), 11489-11494.
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Archer, W., Pop, C. M., Gunz, P., & McPherron, S. P. (2016). What is Still Bay? Human biogeography and bifacial point variability. Journal of Human Evolution,97, 58-72.
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Green, D. J., Spiewak, T. A., Seitelman, B., & Gunz, P. (2016). Scapular shape of extant hominoids and the African ape/modern human last common ancestor. Journal of Human Evolution,94, 1-12.
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Skinner, M. M., Vries, D. d., Gunz, P., Kupczik, K., Klassen, R. P., Hublin, J.-J., & Roksandic, M. (2016). A dental perspective on the taxonomic affinity of the Balanica mandible (BH-1). Journal of Human Evolution,93, 63-81.
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Stoessel, A., Gunz, P., David, R., & Spoor, F. (2016). Comparative anatomy of the middle ear ossicles of extant hominids – Introducing a geometric morphometric protocol. Journal of Human Evolution,91, 1-25.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2015). Ontogenetic and static allometry in the human face: Contrasting Khoisan and Inuit. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,158(1), 116-131.
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Archer, W., Gunz, P., van Niekerk, K. L., Henshilwood, C. S., & McPherron, S. P. (2015). Diachronic change within the Still Bay at Blombos Cave, South Africa. PLoS One,10(7): e0132428.
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Hershkovitz, I., Marder, O., Ayalon, A., Bar-Matthews, M., Yasur, G., Boaretto, E., Caracuta, V., Alex, B., Frumkin, A., Goder-Goldberger, M., Gunz, P., Holloway, R. L., Latimer, B., Lavi, R., Matthews, A., Slon, V., Bar-Yosef Mayer, D., Berna, F., Bar-Oz, G., Yeshurun, R., May, H., Hans, M. G., Weber, G. W., & Barzilai, O. (2015). Levantine cranium from Manot Cave (Israel) foreshadows the first European modern humans. Nature,520(7546), 216-219.
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Green, D. J., Sugiura, Y., Seitelman, B. C., & Gunz, P. (2015). Reconciling the convergence of supraspinous fossa shape among hominoids in light of locomotor differences. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,156(4), 498-510.
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Spoor, F., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Stelzer, S., Scott, N., Kwekason, A., & Dean, &. M. C. (2015). Reconstructed Homo habilis type OH 7 suggests deep-rooted species diversity in early Homo. Nature,519, 83-86.
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Hublin, J.-J., Neubauer, S., & Gunz, P. (2015). Brain ontogeny and life history in Pleistocene hominins. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences,370(1663): 140062.
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Green, D. J., Serrins, J. D., Seitelman, B., Martiny, A. R., & Gunz, P. (2015). Geometric morphometrics of hominoid infraspinous fossa shape. The Anatomical Record,298(1), 180-194.
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Crevecoeur, I., Skinner, M. M., Bailey, S. E., Gunz, P., Bortoluzzi, S., Brooks, A. S., Burlet, C., Cornelissen, E., Clerck, N. D., Maureille, B., Semal, P., Vanbrabant, Y., & Wood, B. (2014). First early hominin from central Africa (Ishango, Democratic Republic of Congo). PLoS One,9(1): e84652.
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Scott, N. A., Neubauer, S., Hublin, J.-J., & Gunz, P. (2014). A shared pattern of postnatal endocranial development in extant hominoids. Evolutionary Biology,41(4), 572-594.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., & Hublin, J.-J. (2013). Evaluating developmental shape changes in Homo antecessor subadult facial morphology. Journal of Human Evolution,65(4), 404-423.
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Le Cabec, A., Gunz, P., Kupczik, K., Braga, J., & Hublin, J.-J. (2013). Anterior tooth root morphology and size in Neanderthals: Taxonomic and functional implications. Journal of Human Evolution,64(3), 169-193.
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Kullmer, O., Benazzi, S., Schulz, D., Gunz, P., Kordos, L., & Begun, D. R. (2013). Dental arch restoration using tooth macrowear patterns with application to Rudapithecus hungaricus, from the late Miocene of Rudabánya, Hungary. Journal of Human Evolution,64(2), 151-160.
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Gunz, P., & Mitteroecker, P. (2013). Semilandmarks: a method for quantifying curves and surfaces. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy,24(1), 103-109.
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Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., Windhager, S., & Schaefer, K. (2013). A brief review of shape, form, and allometry in geometric morphometrics, with applications to human facial morphology. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy,24(1), 59-66.
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Gunz, P. (2012). Evolutionary Relationships Among Robust and Gracile Australopiths: An ‘‘Evo-devo’’ Perspective. Evolutionary Biology,39(4), 472-487.
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Mitteroecker, P., & Gunz, P. (2012). Human EvoDevo. Evolutionary Biology,39(4), 443-446.
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Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., & Müller, G. (2012). How to Explore Morphological Integration in Human Evolution and Development? Evolutionary Biology,39(4), 536-553.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). Middle Pleistocene human facial morphology in an evolutionary and developmental context. Journal of Human Evolution,63(5), 723-740.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). Middle Pleistocene human facial morphology in an evolutionary and developmental context. Journal of Human Evolution,63(5), 723-740.
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Gunz, P., & Bulygina, E. (2012). The Mousterian Child From Teshik-Tash is a Neanderthal: A Geometric Morphometric Study of the Frontal Bone. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,149(3), 365-379.
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Le Cabec, A., Kupczik, K., Gunz, P., Braga, J., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). Long anterior mandibular tooth roots in Neanderthals are not the result of their large jaws. Journal of Human Evolution,63(5), 667-681.
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Gunz, P., Ramsier, M., Kuhrig, M., Hublin, J.-J., & Spoor, F. (2012). The mammalian bony labyrinth reconsidered, introducing a comprehensive geometric morphometric approach. Journal of Anatomy,220(6), 529-543.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Weber, G. W., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). Endocranial volume of Australopithecus africanus: New CT-based estimates and the effects of missing data and small sample size. Journal of Human Evolution,62(4), 498-510.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Janković, I., Harvati, K., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). A comprehensive morphometric analysis of the frontal and zygomatic bone of the Zuttiyeh fossil from Israel. Journal of Human Evolution,62(2), 225-241.
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Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Golovanova, L., Doronichev, V., Maureille, B., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). A uniquely modern human pattern of endocranial development. Insights from a new cranial reconstruction of the Neandertal newborn from Mezmaiskaya. Journal of Human Evolution,62(2), 300-313.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Uta, S., Hublin, J.-J., & Boesch, C. (2012). Endocranial volumes in an ontogenetic sample of chimpanzees from the Taï Forest National Park, Ivory Coast. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,147(2), 319-325.
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Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Maureille, B., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). Virtual reconstruction of the Le Moustier 2 newborn skull. Implications for Neandertal ontogeny. Paléo: revue d'archéologie préhistorique,22: 2107, pp. 155-182. Retrieved from http://paleo.revues.org/2107.
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Bastir, M., Rosas, A., Gunz, P., Peña-Melian, A., Manzi, G., Harvati, K., Kruszynski, R., Stringer, C., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). Evolution of the base of the brain in highly encephalized human species. Nature Communications,2: 588.
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Stansfield, E., & Gunz, P. (2011). Skhodnya, Khvalynsk, Satanay, and Podkumok calvariae: possible Upper Paleolithic hominins from European Russia. Journal of Human Evolution,60(2), 129-144.
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Grine, F. E., Gunz, P., Betti-Nash, L., Neubauer, S., & Morris, A. G. (2010). Reconstruction of the late Pleistocene human skull from Hofmeyr, South Africa. Journal of Human Evolution,59(1), 1-15.
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Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Maureille, B., & Hublin, J.-J. (2010). Brain development after birth differs between Neanderthals and modern humans. Current Biology,20(21), R921-R922.
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Harvati, K., Hublin, J.-J., & Gunz, P. (2010). Evolution of middle-late Pleistocene human cranio-facial form: A 3-D approach. Journal of Human Evolution,59(5), 445-465.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2010). Endocranial shape changes during growth in chimpanzees and humans: A morphometric analysis of unique and shared aspects. Journal of Human Evolution,59(5), 555-566.
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Skinner, M. M., & Gunz, P. (2010). The presence of accessory cusps in chimpanzee lower molars is consistent with a patterning cascade model of development. Journal of Anatomy,217(3), 245-253.
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Gunz, P., Bookstein, F. L., Mitteroecker, P., Stadlmayr, A., Seidler, H., & Weber, G. W. (2009). Early modern human diversity suggests subdivided population structure and a complex out-of-Africa scenario. PNAS,106(15), 6094-6098.
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Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, P., Neubauer, S., Weber, G. W., & Bookstein, F. L. (2009). Principles for the virtual reconstruction of hominin crania. Journal of Human Evolution,57(1), 48-62.
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Hublin, J.-J., Weston, D. A., Gunz, P., Richards, M. P., Roebroeks, W., Glimmerveen, J., & Anthonis, L. (2009). Out of the North Sea: the Zeeland Ridges Neandertal. Journal of Human Evolution,57(6), 777-785.
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Kulemeyer, C., Asbahr, K., Gunz, P., Frahnert, S., & Bairlein, F. (2009). Functional morphology and integration of corvid skulls – a 3D geometric morphometric approach. Frontiers in Zoology,6: 2.
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Mitteroecker, P., & Gunz, P. (2009). Advances in Geometric Morphometrics. Evolutionary Biology,36(2), 235-247.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2009). The pattern of endocranial ontogenetic shape changes in humans. Journal of Anatomy,215(3), 240-255.
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Skinner, M. M., Gunz, P., Wood, B. A., & Hublin, J.-J. (2009). How many landmarks? Assessing the classification accuracy of pan lower molars using a geometric morphometric analysis of the occlusal basin as seen at the enamel-dentine junction. Frontiers of Oral Bology,13, 23-29.
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Skinner, M. M., Gunz, P., Wood, B. A., Boesch, C., & Hublin, J.-J. (2009). Discrimination of extant Pan species and subspecies using the enamel-dentine junction morphology of lower molars. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,140(2), 234-243.
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Skinner, M. M., Gunz, P., Wood, B. A., & Hublin, J.-J. (2008). Enamel-Dentine Junction (Edj) morphology distinguishes the lower molars of Australopithecus Africanus and Paranthropus Robustus. Journal of Human Evolution,55(6), 979-988.
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Gunz, P., & Harvati, K. (2007). The Neanderthal "chignon": Variation, integration, and homology. Journal of Human Evolution,52(3), 262-274.
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Harvati, K., Gunz, P., & Grigorescu, D. (2007). Cioclovina (Romania): affinities of an early modern European. Journal of Human Evolution,53(6), 732-746.
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SCHAEFER, K., FINK, B., GRAMMER, K., MITTEROECKER, P., Gunz, P., & BOOKSTEIN, F. L. (2006). Female appearance: facial and bodily attractiveness as shape. Psychology Science,48(2), 187-204.
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Schaefer, K., Lauc, T., Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., & Bookstein, F. L. (2006). Dental Arch Asymmetry in an Isolated Adriatic Community. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,129(1), 132-142.
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Fink, B., Grammer, K., Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., Schaefer, K., Bookstein, F. L., & Manning, J. T. (2005). Second to fourth digit ratio and face shape. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences,272(1576), 1995-2001.
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Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., & Bookstein, F. L. (2005). Heterochrony and geometric morphometrics: a comparison of cranial growth in Pan paniscus versus Pan troglodytes. Evolution & Development,7(3), 244-258.
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Urbanek, C., Faupl, P., Hujer, W., Ntaflos, T., Richter, W., Weber, G., Schaefer, K., Viola, T. B., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Stadlmayr, A., Kullmer, O., Sandrock, O., Nagel, D., Conroy, G., Falk, D., Woldearegay, K., Said, H., Assefa, G., & Seidler, H. (2005). Geology, paleontology and paleoanthropology of the Mount Galili Formation in the southern Afar Depression, Ethiopia: Preliminary results. Joannea Geologie und Paläontologie,6, 29-43.
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Schaefer, K., Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., Bernhard, M., & Bookstein, F. L. (2004). Craniofacial sexual dimorphism patterns and allometry among extant hominids. Annals of Anatomy,186(5), 471-478.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, P., & Weber, G. W. (2004). Three-dimensional digital imaging of the partial Australopithecus africanus endocranium MLD 37/38. Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal,55(4), 271-278.
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Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., Bernhard, M., Schaefer, K., & Bookstein, F. L. (2004). Comparison of cranial ontogenetic trajectories among great apes and humans. Journal of Human Evolution,46(6), 679-698.
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L. Bookstein, F., E. Slice, D., Gunz, P., & Mitteroecker, P. (2004). Anthropology takes control of morphometrics. Collegium Antropologicum,28(Suppl. 2), 121-132. Retrieved from http://hrcak.srce.hr/27959.
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Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., Weber, G. W., & Bookstein, F. L. (2004). Regional dissociated heterochrony in multivariate analysis. Annals of Anatomy,186(5), 463-470.
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Bookstein, F. L., Gunz, P., Mitterœcker, P., Prossinger, H., Schæfer, K., & Seidler, H. (2003). Cranial integration in Homo: Singular warps analysis of the midsagittal plane in ontogeny and evolution. Journal of Human Evolution,44(2), 167-187.
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Weber, G. W., Schäfer, K., Prossinger, H., Gunz, P., Mitteröcker, P., & Seidler, H. (2001). Virtual anthropology: The digital evolution in anthropological sciences. Journal of physiological anthropology and applied human science,20(2), 69-80.
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Book Chapters

Gunz, P. (2019). Geometric morphometrics. In M. P. Richards, & K. Britton (Eds.), Archaeological Science: An introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Neubauer, S., & Gunz, P. (2018). Endocasts and the evo-devo approach to study human brain evolution. In E. Bruner, N. Ogihara, & H. Tanabe (Eds.), Digital endocasts: From skulls to brains (pp. 173-190). Tokyo: Springer.
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Gunz, P. (2016). Growing up fast, maturing slowly: The evolution of a uniquely modern human pattern of brain development. In J. C. Boughner, & R. Campbell (Eds.), Developmental approaches to human evolution (pp. 261-283). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
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Gunz, P. (2015). Computed tools for paleoneurology. In E. Bruner (Ed.), Human paleoneurology (pp. 39-55). Cham [u.a.]: Springer.
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Stoessel, A., Gunz, P., Kuhrig, M., Hublin, J.-J., & Spoor, F. (2015). The bony labyrinth of the Oberkassel hominins. In L. Giemsch, & R. Schmitz (Eds.), The late glacial burial from Oberkassel revisited (pp. 175-180). Darmstadt: Verl. Phillip von Zabern.
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Schillaci, M. A., & Gunz, P. (2013). Multivariate Quantative Methods in Paleoanthropology. In D. R. Begun (Ed.), A Companion to Paleoanthropology. Oxford: Blackwell.
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Weber, G. W., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Mitteroecker, P., & Bookstein, F. L. (2012). Digital South African fossils: morphological studies using reference-based reconstruction and electronic preparation. In A. Gallagher, & S. C. Reynolds (Eds.), African genesis: perspectives on hominid evolution (pp. 298-316). Cambridge: Cambridge.
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Gunz, P., & Harvati, K. (2011). Integration and homology of "Chignon" and "Hemibun" morphology. In S. Condemi, & G.-C. Weniger (Eds.), Continuity and discontinuity in the peopling of Europe: one hundred fifty years of Neanderthal study; proceedings of the international congress to commemorate "150 years of Neanderthal discoveries, 1856 - 2006" organized by Silvana Condemi, Wighart von Koenigswald, Thomas Litt and Friedemann Schrenk held at Bonn, 2006, Volume I (pp. 193-202). Dordrecht: Springer.
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Weber, G. W., Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, A., Stadlmayr, F. L., Bookstein, H., & Seidler, H. (2006). External geometry of Mladec neurocrania compared with anatomically modern humans and Neandertals. In Teschler-Nicola, Maria (Ed.), Early Modern Humans at the Moravian Gate: Mladec Caves and their Remains (pp. 453-471). [Heidelberg]: Springer.
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Schaefer, K., Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, P., Szikossy, I., Prossinger, H., Weber, G. W., Recheis, W., & Seidler, H. (2005). The frontal cranial profile of Le Moustier 1. In H. Ullrich (Ed.), The Neandertal adolescent Le Moustier 1: New aspects, new results (pp. 149-154). Berlin: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin; Preussischer Kulturbesitz.
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Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, P., Bookstein, F., & Weber, G. W. (2004). Computer-aided reconstruction of incomplete human crania using statistical and geometrical estimation methods. In Magistrat der Stadt Wien, Referat Kulturelles Erbe, Stadtarchäologie Wien (Ed.), Enter the past: the e-way into the four dimensions of cultural heritage; CAA 2003; computer applications and quantitative methods in archaeology; proceedings of the 31st conference, Vienna, Austria, April 2003 (pp. 92-94). Oxford: Archaeopress.
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Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, P., Teschler-Nicola, M., & Weber, G. W. (2004). New morphometric methods in paleopathology: Shape analysis of a neolithic hydrocephalus. In Magistrat der Stadt Wien, Referat Kulturelles Erbe, Stadtarchäologie Wien (Ed.), Enter the past: the e-way into the four dimensions of cultural heritage; CAA 2003; computer applications and quantitative methods in archaeology; proceedings of the 31st conference, Vienna, Austria, April 2003 (pp. 96-98). Oxford: Archaeopress.
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Posters

Crevecoeur, I., Skinner, M. M., Bailey, S. E., Gunz, P., Bortoluzzi, S., Brooks, A., Burlet, C., Cornelissen, E., De Clerck, N., Maureille, B., Semal, P., Vanbrabant, Y., & Wood, B. (2014).First early hominin from the Western Rift Valley (Ishango, Democratic Republic of Congo). Poster presented at The African Human Fossil Record, Toulouse.
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Stelzer, S., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2014).Predicting jaw shape based on models of maxillomandibular integration. Poster presented at 4th Annual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution, Florence, Italy.
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Stelzer, S., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2013).Morphological integration of upper and lower jaws in extant hominoids. Poster presented at 3rd Annual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution, Vienna, Austria.
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Strauss, A., Da-Gloria, P., De-Oliveira, R., Bernardo, D., Salazar García, D. C., Wilkinson, C., Black, S., Talamo, S., Gunz, P., Richards, M. P., Hubbe, M., Araujo, A., Kipnis, R., Hublin, J.-J., & Neves, a. W. (2013).The oldest case of decapitation in the New World. Poster presented at Paleoamerican Odyssey: A Conference Focused on First Americans Archaeology, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Strauss, A., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2011).Late juvenile, early adult cranial growth in a chimpanzee population from the Tai forest. Poster presented at The Inaugural Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (ESHE), Leipzig, Germany.
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Meeting Abstracts

Bergmann, I., Hublin, J.-J., Gunz, P., & Freidline, S. E. (2020). How did mandibular morphology evolve in H. sapiens? A geometric morphometrics approach to the role of allometry during the emergence of our species. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,171(S69), 25-25.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Scott, N. A., Hublin, J.-J., & Mitteroecker, P. (2020). The ontogeny of endocranial shape asymmetry in humans and apes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,171(S69), 199-199.
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Weaver, T. D., Gunz, P., & Freidline, S. E. (2020). Which evolutionary processes produced cranial differences between Neandertals and Upper Paleolithic or more recent humans? American Journal of Physical Anthropology,171(S69), 302-303.
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Weber, G. W., Hershokovitz, I., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Aayalon, A., Latimer, B., Bar-Matthews, M., Yasur, G., Barzilai, O., & May, H. (2020). New analyses of the 55,000-year-old modern human partial cranium from Manot Cave, Israel. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,171(S69), 304-304.
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Smith, A., Callum, R. F., Alemseged, Z., Taylor, A. B., Robinson, C., Ward, C. V., Gunz, P., & Kimbel, B. (2019). Comparative biomechanics of the Hominidae mandible. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,168(S68), 231-231.
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Viola, B. T., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Slon, V., Kozlikin, M. B., Shunkov, M. V., Meyer, M., Pääbo, S., & Derevianko, A. P. (2019). A parietal fragment from Denisova cave. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,168(S68), 258-258.
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Rangel de lazaro, G., Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Bruner, E. (2018). Computed tomography and diploic channels: A survey of chimpanzees. Folia Primatologica,89, 210.
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Skinner, M. M., Bailey, S. E., Gunz, P., Kimbel, W. H., Alemseged, Z., Delezene, L. K., Menter, C., Moggi-Cecchi, J., & Kupczik, K. (2018). Below the crown: Examining interspecies variation in postcanine enamel thickness, EDJ, and root form in the Paranthropus clade. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,165(S66), 254.
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Melillo, S. M., Gunz, P., Coqueugniot, H., Reske, S., & Hublin, J.-J. (2018). Reconstructing the shoulder girdle from skeletal remains. In Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (PESHE) (pp. 127).
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Stoessel, A., David, R., Gunz, P., Hublin, J.-J., & Spoor, F. (2017). Shape and function of the hominid auditory region. Folia primatologica,88(2), 154-155.
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Green, D. J., Spiewak, T. A., Kelly, J. R., Seitelman, B. C., Kreciochi, J. R., Gunz, P., & Alemseged, Z. (2017). The evolutionary and ontogenetic context of fossil hominin scapulae. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,162(S64), 201-201.
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Gunz, P., Freidline, S. E., & Hublin, J.-J. (2017). Khoe-San and the origins of modern human cranial diversity. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,162(S64), 205-205.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2017). The evolution of modern human endocranial shape. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,162(S64), 298-298.
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Bergmann, I., Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2017). Variability and evolution of mandible morphology among Homo sapiens and its ancestors in Europe, Africa and Western Asia. In Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (PESHE) (5, pp. 49).
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Neubauer, S., Mitteroecker, P., Scott, N. A., Hublin, J.-J., & Gunz, P. (2016). Endocranial asymmetry and brain-lateralization: A comprehensive geometric morphometric approach. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,159(S62), 240-240.
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Skinner, M. M., Lockey, A. L., Gunz, P., Hawks, J., & Delezene, L. K. (2016). Enamel-dentine junction morphology and enamel thickness of the Dinaledi dental collection. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,159(S62), 293-293.
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Weaver, T. D., & Gunz, P. (2016). Using geometric morphometric visualizations of directional selection gradients to investigate morphological differentiation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,159(S62), 331-331.
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Melillo, S. M., Gunz, P., Coqueugniot, H., Reske, S., & Hublin, J.-J. (2016). Structural effects of human clavicle variation. In 6th Annual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (ESHE) (pp. 163-163). European Society for the study of Human Evolution (ESHE).
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Stelzer, S., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., & Spoor, F. (2016). Using the covariation of extant hominoid upper and lower jaws to identify group affinity of fossil hominins. In European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (PESHE) 5 (pp. 227-227).
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Terhune, C. E., Ritzman, T. B., Gunz, P., & Robinson, C. A. (2015). A reassessment of the taxonomic validity of the Australopithecus sediba mandibles. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,156(S60), 303-303.
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Gonzales, L. A., Benefit, B. R., McCrossin, M. L., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2014). New perspectives on cercopithecid brain evolution based on microCT scans of the Victoriapithecus cranium. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,153(S58), 127.
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Neubauer, S., Scott, N. A., Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2014). Shape analysis of endocranial asymmetry in humans and apes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,153(S58), 194.
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Stelzer, S., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2014). Using an integration model to predict hominoid jaw shape. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,153(S58), 245-246.
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Stoessel, A., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2014). Comparative anatomy of ear ossicles in African apes and modern humans – Introducing a geometric morphometric measurement protocol. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,153(S58), 246-247.
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Vries, D. D., Roksandic, M., Gunz, P., Hublin, J.-J., Klassen, R. P., & Skinner, M. M. (2014). Morphological affinity of the Balanica mandible (BH-1): Enamel-dentine junction morphology and enamel thickness. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,153(S58), 103-104.
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Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Drews, B., & Hublin, J.-J. (2014). Quantifying the evolution of human brain development. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,153(S58), 132-132.
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Neubauer, S., Mitteroecker, P., Gunz, P., Scott, N. A., & Hublin, J.-J. (2014). Endocranial shape asymmetry in humans and apes. In Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (pp. 121-121).
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Stoessel, A., Gunz, P., Spoor, F., David, R., Schmidt, T., & Hublin, J.-J. (2014). Small bones, big differences - A comparison of modern human and Neandertal ear ossicles. In A. Reid (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 3 (PESHE 3, 2014) (pp. 160-160).
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Scott, N., Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2013). Comparing endocranial ontogenetic trajectories in extant great and lesser apes. The FASEB Journal,27(Meeting abstracts issue), lb25.
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Bäuchle, M., Gunz, P., Kullmer, O., & Hublin, J.-J. (2013). Mandibular and molar root size variation in great apes. In European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 2 (PESHE 2) (pp. 33-33). Retrieved from http://eshe.eu/static/eshe/files/ESHE_Vienna_2013_Abstracts.pdf.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2013). The impact of geographic variation and allometry on the postnatal development of modern human facial features. In European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 2 (PESHE 2) (pp. 89-89). Retrieved from http://eshe.eu/static/eshe/files/ESHE_Vienna_2013_Abstracts.pdf.
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Green, D. J., Serrins, J. D., Martiny, A. R., & Gunz, P. (2013). Geometric morphometrics of hominoid infraspinous fossa shape. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,Suppl. 56, Special Issue, 136.
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Gunz, P., Stoessel, A., Neubauer, S., Kuhrig, M., Hoyka, M., Hublin, J.-J., & Spoor, F. (2013). Morphological integration of the bony labyrinth and the cranial base in modern humans and Neandertals. In European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 2 (PESHE 2) (pp. 104). Retrieved from http://eshe.eu/static/eshe/files/ESHE_Vienna_2013_Abstracts.pdf.
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Kozakowski, S. A., Gunz, P., & Begun, D. (2013). A comparative morphometric analysis of cranial ontogeny in hominoids and cercopithecines: implications for the growth patterns of fossil catarrhines. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,Suppl. 56, Special Issue, 172.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Leakey, M., Leakey, L., Hublin, J.-J., & Spoor, F. (2013). Virtual reconstruction of the KNM-ER 42700 (H.erectus) endocast. In European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 2 (PESHE 2) (pp. 159-159). Retrieved from http://eshe.eu/static/eshe/files/ESHE_Vienna_2013_Abstracts.pdf.
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Scott, N., Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2013). A conserved pattern of postnatal endocranial development in extant hominoids. In European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 2 (PESHE 2) (pp. 205-205). Retrieved from http://eshe.eu/static/eshe/files/ESHE_Vienna_2013_Abstracts.pdf.
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Skinner, M. M., & Gunz, P. (2013). Mandibular premolar enamel-dentine junction shape variation in apes as a comparative context for hominins. Bulletin of the International Association of Paleodontology,7(1), 127-127.
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Stoessel, A., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2013). Geometric morphometric analysis of ear ossicles in African apes and modern humans. In European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 2 (PESHE 2) (pp. 217-217). Retrieved from http://eshe.eu/static/eshe/files/ESHE_Vienna_2013_Abstracts.pdf.
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Strauss, A., Gunz, P., Benazzi, S., & Spoor, F. (2013). Late juvenile cranial growth and the diagnosis of 'Australopithecus sediba'. In European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (pp. 218-218).
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Baeuchle, M., Kupczik, K., Gunz, P., Kullmer, O., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). Are root dimensions linked to mandibular robusticity in the common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus)? American Journal of Physical Anthropology,147(Suppl. 54), 109-109. Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajpa.22033/pdf.
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Kozakowski, S. A., Gunz, P., & Begun, D. R. (2012). A morphometric analysis of cranial ontogeny in the Hominoidea: implications for the growth and development of fossil primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,147(Suppl. 54), 185-185. Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajpa.22033/pdf.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). Endocranial shape in early modern humans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,147(Suppl. 54), 222-223. Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajpa.22033/pdf.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). Middle Pleistocene human facial morphology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,S54, 147-147.
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Scott, N. A., Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). Comparing endocranial ontogenies in extant hominoids. In 2nd Annual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (pp. 164-164).
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Strauss, A., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2012). Late juvenile cranial growth in hominids. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (pp. 177).
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Bäuchle, M., Kupczik, K., Gunz, P., Kullmer, O., Schrenk, F., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). Dental and mandibular integration in the common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus). American Journal of Physical Anthropology,144(S52), 83-83.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). Middle Pleistocene human facial morphology in an evolutionary and developmental context. In (Ed.), Abstracts of the Innaugrual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (pp. 39-39).
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Freidline, S., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). Allometry and evolution of the face in mid-Pleistocene Homo. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,144(S52), 138-138.
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Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). A uniquely modern human pattern of early brain development and its implications for middle-late Pleistocene cranial diversity and cognition. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,144(S52), 152-152.
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Harvati, K., Hublin, J.-J., & Gunz, P. (2011). Three dimensional evaluation of Neanderthal craniofacial features in the European and African Middle Pleistocene human fossil record. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,144(S52), 157-157.
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Kozakowski, S., Gunz, P., & Begun, D. R. (2011).Static and ontogenetic allometry in gibbons: a geometric morphometric analysis.
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Le Cabec, A., Kupczik, K., Gunz, P., Braga, J., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). Does anterior tooth root size correlate with symphyseal size in Neanderthals and modern humans? In Abstracts of the Inaugural Meeting for the European Society for the Study of Human Evolution, Leipzig, Germany, September 2011 (pp. 18-18). European Society for the study of Human Evolution.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). Estimating endocranial volume of A. africanus: Influences of variability among reconstructions and small sample size. In Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (pp. 76-76).
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Weber, G. W., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011). Virtual reconstruction of A. africanus endocasts and new cranial capacity estimates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,144(S52), 224-224.
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Skinner, M. M., Schroer, K. E., Gunz, P., Alemseged, Z., Wood, B. A., & Hublin, J.-J. (2011).Mandibular P4 morphology among Plio-Pleistocene hominins: taxonomic implications and morphological trends.
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Strauss, A., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2011). Late juvenile, early adult cranial growth in a chimpanzee population from the Tai forest. In Abstracts of the Inaugural Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (ESHE).
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., & Hublin, J.-J. (2010). 3D semilandmark geometric morphometric quantification of modern human facial development. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,141, 93-93.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2010). Comparison of endocranial ontogenetic trajectories with implications for hominin brain evolution. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,141(S50), 177-177.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., Jankovic, I., Delson, E., & Hublin, J.-J. (2009). 3D Landmark and semilandmark geometric morphometric analysis of the Zuttiyeh fronto-zygomatic fragment. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,138, 129-130.
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Gunz, P., Spoor, F., Tilgner, R., & Hublin, J.-J. (2009). The Neanderthal bony Labyrinth Reconsidered, Introducing a New Geometric Morphometric Approach. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,138(S48), 142.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2009). Comparing endocranial ontogenetic trajectories between humans and chimpanzees. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,138(S48), 199.
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Skinner, M. M., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2009). Testing an Explanatory Model for the Variable Presence of Cusp 6 in Pan Lower Molars. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,138(S48 (Supplement)), 241.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., Delson, E., & Hublin, J.-J. (2008). How Three-Dimensional Surface Data Can Be Used to Reconstruct Fragmentary Fossils. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,135(S46), 99.
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Gunz, P., Bookstein, F. L., Weber, G. W., & Hublin, J.-J. (2008). Why small fossil samples are such a big problem. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,135(S46), 110-111.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2008). Basicranial angulation and influcence on overall cranial shape in humans. PaleoAnthropology, A22-A22.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2008). Endocranial ontogenetic trajectories in humans: a 3D geometric morphometrics analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,135(S46), 161-161.
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Skinner, M. M., Gunz, P., Wood, B. A., & Hublin, J.-J. (2008). Enamel-dentine junction (EDJ) morphology distinguishes the lower molars of Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus. Paleoanthropology, A29-A29.
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Gunz, P., Harvati, K., Mitteroecker, P., Bookstein, F. L., & Hublin, J.-J. (2007). Was sexual dimorphism in early Homo Erectus s. l. as large as in Gorilla? A reassessment of the ER-1813 Cranium in the light of hominoid allometries. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,132(S44), 122-122.
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Harvati, K., Hublin, J.-J., & Gunz, P. (2007). Evolution of Middle-Late Pleistocene human cranio-facial morphology: a three-dimensional approach. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,132(S44), 126-127.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Weber, G. W. (2006). Beyond endocranial capacity and indices: A new multivariate approach to quantify endocranial variability. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,129(S42), 137-138.
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Gunz, P., & Harvati, K. (2006).The occipital bun: variation, integration and homology.
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Harvati, K., Gunz, P., & Nicholson, E. (2006).A 3-D look at the Tabun C2 jaw.
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Schaefer, K., Gunz, P., Fenes, C., Mitteroecker, P., & Bookstein, F. L. (2006). Can Khoi San cranial morphology be explained by paedomorphism? American Journal of Physical Anthropology,129(S42), 158-158.
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Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, P., Neubauer, S., Bookstein, F. L., & Weber, G. W. (2005). Are Paranthropus crania only scaled variants of gracile Australopithecines? American Journal of Physical Anthropology,126(S40), 110-110.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Weber, G. W. (2005). Digital Reconstruction of P. boisei OH 5. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,126(S40), 156-156.
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Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, P., & Weber, G. W. (2004). Geometeric reconstruction of the MLD 37/38 endocranium. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,123(S38), 152-152.
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Weber, G. W., Gunz, P., Mitteroecker, P., Neubauer, S., & Bookstein, F. L. (2004). The Upper Paleolithic Mladec assemblage: Cranial geometry compared with anatomically modern humans and Neanderthals. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,123(S38), 204-205.
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Weber, G. W., Assefa, G., Conroy, G., Falk, D., Faupl, P., Gunz, P., Hujer, W., Kullmer, O., Nagel, D., Neubauer, S., Richter, W., Said, H., Sandrock, O., Schaefer, K., Rabeder, G., Stadlmayr, A., Urbanek, C., Viola, T. B., Woldearegay, K., & Seidler, H. (2004). Paleoanthropological Research and in situ excavations at the Plio-Pleistocene deposits of the Galili Area, Somali Region, Ethiopia. Berichte des Institutes für Erdwissenschaften der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz,9, 40-40.
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Reports

Gunz, P.(2018).Die ersten unserer Art.
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Gunz, P.(2015).Die Evolution des menschlichen Gehirns. Retrieved from https://www.mpg.de/8953555/MPI_EVAN_JB_2015?c=9262520.
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Talks

Strauss, A., Gunz, P., & Spoor, F. (2012).Late juvenile, early adult cranial growth in Pan. Talk presented at Annual Meeting of the Paleoanthropology Society. Memphis, TN. 2012-04-17 - 2012-04-18.
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Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., Jankovic, I., Delson, E., & Hublin, J.-J. (2009).3D landmark and semilandmark geometric morphometric analysis of the Zuttiyeh fronto-zygomatic fragment. Talk presented at Symposium on the Transition from Archaic to Modern: Quantitative Approaches. Leipzig, Germany. 2009-05-28 - 2009-05-29.
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Skinner, M. M., Gunz, P., & Grine, F. E. (2009).Implications of an outliner: Examination of the EDJ morphology of the large Paranthropus molar from Gondolin, South Africa. Talk presented at 37th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology. Vancouver, BC, Canada. 2009-10-28 - 2009-10-31.
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Skinner, M. M., Gunz, P., Wood, B. A., & Hublin, J.-J. (2008).Discrimination of species and subspecies of Pan using enamel-dentine junction morphology of lower molars. Talk presented at 14th International Symposium on Dental Morphology. Greifswald. 2008-08-27 - 2008-08-30.
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