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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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Simon Neubauer

Post-Doctoral Researcher

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

office: U2.30
phone: 0049 (0) 341 3550 852
fax: 0049 (0) 341 3550 399
e-mail: simon.neubauer@[>>> Please remove the brackets! <<<]eva.mpg.de

Research Interests
Curriculum Vitae
Publications

Research Interests

I am a physical anthropologist interested in hominin/hominid craniofacial variation and focusing on hominin brain evolution and the evolution of brain growth patterns. During ontogeny, the brain grows and develops according to a species-specific pattern. This pattern contributes to adult morphology and therefore can be used to inform evolutionary analyses. However, brains are not preserved in the fossil record. The only direct evidence of brain anatomy are so-called endocasts, casts of the internal table of cranial bones that approximate brain size and its outer morphology.

Therefore, my research concentrates on the investigation of endocasts and the endocranial cavity of humans, fossil hominins and our living relatives. Methodologically, I mostly use digital individuals based on biomedical imaging techniques and geometric morphometrics to quantify and analyze endocranial form (size and shape). To capture endocranial shape, I generate virtual endocasts and use homologous anatomical landmarks as well as semilandmarks on curves and surfaces.

Previous and current research topics include:

  • hominin brain size evolution
  • changes of endocranial shape during different periods of hominin evolution
  • the evolution of brain growth patterns
  • the ontogenetic patterns contributing to adult variation of endocranial shape
  • the relationship between developmental and evolutionary changes
  • the variation of endocranial asymmetry.

My work comprises extensive virtual reconstruction of fragmentary and distorted hominin fossils as well as the study of variation in our extant relatives building the framework to analyze the reconstructed fossils. I have worked on these research questions in recent humans and apes, Australopithecus afarensis, Australopithecus africanus, early Homo, Homo erectus, Neanderthals, and fossil modern humans.

I studied anthropology at the University of Vienna and received a Master’s Degree (Mag. rer. nat.) in 2005. After conducting my PhD project at the Department of Human Evolution of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, I graduated at the University of Leipzig in 2010 and since then hold a PhD (Dr. rer. nat.).


Curriculum Vitae

Current positions

since 2010Postdoctoral researcher
at the Department of Human Evolution
of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,
Leipzig, Germany
since 2011Visiting lecturer
at the Department of Anthropology
of the University of Vienna, Austria

Past fellowships & Positions

2009-2010 Doctoral fellowship
at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,
Leipzig, Germany
2006-2009Marie Curie doctoral fellowship
(EU FP6 Marie Curie Research Training Network MRTN-CT-2005-019564 “EVAN”)
at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,
Leipzig, Germany
2006-2007 Visiting lecturer
at the Department of Anthropology
of the University of Vienna, Austria
2004-2006Undergraduate research fellowship
(Austrian Ministry of Culture, Science & Education, and the Austrian Council for Science and Technology GZ 200.093/3-VI/I/04)
at the Department of Anthropology of the University of Vienna, Austria
2003-2004Undergraduate research fellowship
(Austrian Science Foundation FWF P14738) at the Department of Anthropology of the University of Vienna, Austria

Education

11/2010PhD (Dr. rer. nat.)
at the IMPRS "The Leipzig School of Human Origins"
(University of Leipzig and Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
Thesis: "Human brain development and evolution: A comparative study of ontogenetic endocranial shape changes using geometric morphometrics"
supervised by Prof. Dr. J.-J. Hublin and Dr. P. Gunz
09/2006-11/2010PhD student
at the IMPRS "The Leipzig School of Human Origins"
(University of Leipzig and Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
11/2005Master’s Degree (Mag. rer. nat.) in Anthropology
at the Department of Anthropology,
University of Vienna, Austria
Thesis: "The endocranium of MLD 37/38 - New insights using Virtual Anthropology"
supervised by Prof. Dr. G.W. Weber
10/1999-11/2005Undergraduate student
at the Department of Anthropology,
University of Vienna
1999Matura
in Linz, Austria

Publications

Articles

Rangel-de Lázaro, G., Neubauer, S., Gunz, P., & Bruner, E. (2020). Ontogenetic changes of diploic channels in modern humans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,173(1): e24085, pp. 96-111.
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Weber, G. W., Hershkovitz, I., Gunz, P., Neubauer, S., Ayalon, A., Latimer, B., Bar-Matthews, M., Yasur, G., Barzilai, O., & May, H. (2020). Before the massive modern human dispersal into Eurasia: A 55,000-year-old partial cranium from Manot Cave, Israel. Quaternary International,551, 29-39.
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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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Herries, A. I. R., Martin, J. M., Leece, A. B., Adams, J. W., Boschian, G., Joannes-Boyau, R., Edwards, T. R., Mallett, T., Massey, J., Murszewski, A., Neubauer, S., Pickering, R., Strait, D. S., Armstrong, B. J., Baker, S., Caruana, M. V., Denham, T., Hellstrom, J., Moggi-Cecchi, J., Mokobane, S., Penzo-Kajewski, P., Rovinsky, D. S., Schwartz, G. T., Stammers, R. C., Wilson, C., Woodhead, J., & Menter, C. (2020). Contemporaneity of Australopithecus, Paranthropus, and early Homo erectus in South Africa. Science,368(6486): eaaw7293.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Neubauer, S. (2016). Comment on "Bigger Brains Led to Bigger Bodies? The Correlated Evolution of Human Brain and Body Size" by Mark Grabowski. Current Anthropology,57(2), 189-190.
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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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Neubauer, S. (2014). Endocasts: Possibilities and limitations for the interpretation of human brain evolution. Brain, behavior and evolution: official journal of thr J. B. Johnston Club,84(2), 117-134.
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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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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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Neubauer, S., & Hublin, J.-J. (2012). The Evolution of Human Brain Development. Evolutionary Biology,39(4), 568-586.
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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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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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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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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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Strait, D. S., Grosse, I. R., Dechow, P. C., Smith, A. L., Wang, Q., Weber, G. W., Neubauer, S., Slice, D. E., Chalk, J., Richmond, B. G., Lucas, P. W., Spencer, M. A., Schrein, C., Wright, B. W., Byron, C., & Ross, C. F. (2010). The Structural Rigidity of the Cranium of Australopithecus africanus: Implications for Diet, Dietary Adaptations, and the Allometry of Feeding Biomechanics. From Head to Tail: New Models and Approaches in Primate Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics, 583-593.
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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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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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Strait, D. S., Weber, G. W., Neubauer, S., Chalk, J., Richmond, B. G., Lucas, P. W., Spencer, M. A., Schrein, C., Dechow, P. C., Ross, C. F., Grosse, I. R., Wright, B. W., Constantino, P., Wood, B. A., Lawn, B., Hylander, W. L., Wang, Q., Byron, C., Slice, D. E., & Smith, A. L. (2009). The feeding biomechanics and dietary ecology of Australopithecus africanus. PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,106(7), 2124-2129.
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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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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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Book Chapters

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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Neubauer, S. (2015). Human brain evolution: Ontogeny and phylogeny. In E. Bruner (Ed.), Human paleoneurology (pp. 95-120). Cham [u.a.]: Springer.
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Neubauer, S. (2015). The endocasts of the Bonn-Oberkassel crania. In L. Giemsch, & R. Schmitz (Eds.), The late glacial burial from Oberkassel revisited (pp. 161-174). Darmstadt: Verl. Phillip von Zabern.
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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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Meeting Abstracts

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Strait, D. S., Weber, G. W., Neubauer, S., Chalk, J., Richmond, B. G., Lucas, P. W., Spencer, M. A., Schrein, C., Dechow, P. C., Ross, C. F., Grosse, I. R., Wright, B. W., Constantino, P., Wood, B. A., Lawn, B., Hylander, W. L., Wang, Q., Slice, D. E., Byron, C., & Smith, A. L. (2009). Facial biomechanics in Australopithecus africanus: Implications for feeding ecology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,138(S48), 249-249.
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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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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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Strait, D. S., Weber, G. W., Neubauer, S., Chalk, J., Richmond, B. G., Wright, B. W., Smith, A. L., Wang, Q., Dechow, P. C., Ross, C. F., & Spencer, M. A. (2007). Masticatory biomechanics in Australopithecus africanus examined using finite element analysis: A preliminary study based on Sts 5. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,132(S44), 227-227.
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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., 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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Thesis

Neubauer, S. (2010). Human brain development and evolution: A comparative study of ontogenetic endocranial shape changes using geometric morphometrics. PhD Thesis, Universität, Leipzig.
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Neubauer, S. (2005). The endocranium of MLD 37/38: New insights using virtual anthropology. Master Thesis, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.
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