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1. Incisor and molar root morphology of the juvenile Neanderthal from Scladina Cave (Belgium) Le Cabec, A., Kupczik, K., Toussaint, M., Braga, J. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:152 January, 2010
2. Tool use and inter-population variation in metacarpal trabecular microarchitecture in Pan troglodytes Lazenby, R., Skinner, M.M., Hublin, J.-J. and C. Boesch American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:152 January, 2010
3. Comparison of endocranial ontogenetic trajectories with implications for hominin brain evolution Neubauer, S., Gunz, P. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:177 January, 2010
4. Carabelli’s trait expression at the enamel-dentine junction (EDJ) and outer enamel surface (OES) of Pan maxillary molars Ortiz, A., Skinner, M.M., Bailey, S.E. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:182 January, 2010
5. Morphological differences in humeral cancellous bone of Neanderthals and extant hominids Scherf, H. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:207 January, 2010
6. Enamel thickness and tooth development in a subadult Dryopithecus brancoi (Rudapithecus hungaricus) individual Smith, T.M., Zermeno, J.P., Pouech, J., Tafforeau, P., Olejniczak, A.J., Reid, D.J., Eastham, L., Hublin, J.-J., Kordos, L. and D. Begun American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:220 January, 2010
7. The mid-trigonid crest of Neandertals and modern humans: concordance between the enamel and dentine surfaces Bailey, S.E., Skinner, M.M. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:59 January, 2010
8. Three-Dimensional microtomographic analysis of sexual dimorphism in human molar-crown tissues Feeney, R.N.M., Olejniczak, A.J. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:103 January, 2010
9. 3D semilandmark geometric morphometric quantification of modern human facial development Freidline, S.E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:107 January, 2010
10. Grandmothering and the strength of selection Kachel, A.F., Premo, L.S. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:138 January, 2010
11. Behavioral differences between Neandertals and Upper Paleolithic modern humans: Dietary evidence through occlusal dental microwear texture analysis El Zaatari, S. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 50:100 January, 2010
12. Phyletic affinities of Samburupithecus kiptalami: a late Miocene proconsulid Olejniczak, A.J., Begun, D.R., Mbua, E. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:202 January, 2009
13. The trabecular bone architecture in proximal femora of primates with different locomotor preferences indicates different adaptation mechanisms Saparin, P., Scherf, H., Hublin, J.-J., Fratzl, P. and R. Weinkamer Bone. 44(S1):S63 January, 2009
14. Effects of locomotion – Morphological differences in humeral cancellous bone of hominids and their relation to habitual loading conditions of the shoulder joint Scherf, H., Tilgner, R. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:229 January, 2009
15. Patterns of cranial integration in Pan, Gorilla, Pongo and Homo: similar or different? Singh, N., Harvati, K., Hublin, J.-J. and C. Klingenberg American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:241 January, 2009
16. Testing an explanatory model for the variable presence of cusp 6 in Pan lower molars Skinner, M.M., Gunz, P. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:241-242 January, 2009
17. Hominin dental structure and development revealed nondestructively by multi-scale synchrotron imaging Tafforeau, P., Hublin, J.-J. and T.M. Smith American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:252 January, 2009
18. New research on the Early Upper Paleolithic in Central Europe: Excavations in Willendorf II, Austria (2006 and 2007). Nigst, P.R., Viola, B., Haesaerts, P., Damblon, F., Blockley, S., Frank, C., Richter, D., Goetzinger, M., Hambach, U., Mallol, C., Moreau, L., Niven, L., Richards, M., Trnka, G. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2008:A22-A23 January, 2009
19. 3D geometric morphometric analysis of the morphological evolution of the cranial base and floor in Homo Bastir, M., Gunz, P., Rosas, A., Harvati, K. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2009:A3 January, 2009
20. Occlusal molar microwear texture analysis of Middle and Upper Paleolithic juveniles El Zaatari, S. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:123 January, 2009
21. Variation in dental tissue distribution in molar crowns of human males and females. Feeney, R.N.M., Olejniczak, A.J., Guatelli-Steinberg, D. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:127 January, 2009
22. 3D landmark and semilandmark geometric morphometric analysis of the Zuttiyeh fronto-zygomatic fragment Freidline, S., Harvati, K., Jankovic, I., Gunz, P., Delson, E. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:129-130 January, 2009
23. The Neanderthal bony labyrinth reconsidered, introducing a new geometric morphometric approach Gunz, P., Spoor, F., Tilgner, R. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:142 January, 2009
24. The face of Dar-es-Soltane 5: A re-assessment Harvati, K. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2009:A14 January, 2009
25. Scaling relationships between molar crown, root and jaw size in anthropoid primates Kupczik, K., Olejniczak, A.J., Skinner, M.M. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:171 January, 2009
26. Incisor Root Morphology in Neanderthals and Homo sapiens Le Cabec, A., Kupczik, K., Braga, J. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:173 January, 2009
27. Comparing endocranial ontogenetic trajectories between humans and chimpanzees Neubauer, S., Gunz, P. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 48:199 January, 2009
28. Cranial scaling relationships in early Homo Gunz, P., Harvati, K. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2008:A10-A11 January, 2008
29. How three-dimensional surface data can be used to reconstruct fragmentary fossils Freidline, S., Gunz, P., Harvati, K., Delson, E. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 46:99 January, 2008
30. Why small fossil samples are such a big problem Gunz, P., Bookstein, F.L., Weber, G.W. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 46:110-111 January, 2008
31. A comparative 3D micro-CT study of trabecular architecture in the second metacarpal of Homo and Pan. Lazenby, R.A., Skinner, M.M., Hublin, J.-J., Cooper, D.M.L. and B. Hallgrimmsson American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 46:138 January, 2008
32. 3D trabelcular microarchitecture in SKX 5020, a first metacarpal attributed to Paranthropus robustus, compared with Pan and Homo Lazenby, R., Skinner, M., Tilgner, R. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2008:A16-A17. January, 2008
33. Jonzac and La Quina: Sequences and Similarities in the late Middle Paleolithic of Southwest France McPherron, S., Soressi, M., Jaubert, J., Hublin, J.-J., Delagnes, A., Maylle, J.B., Niven, L., Rendu, W., Richards, M., Richter, D. and T. Steele Presented at the annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting January, 2008
34. Basicranial angulation and influence on overall cranial shape in humans Neubauer, S., Gunz, P. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2008:A22 January, 2008
35. Endocranial ontogenetic trajectories in humans: a 3D geometric morphometric analysis Neubauer, S., Gunz, P. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 46:161 January, 2008
36. Scaling primate molar enamel thickness: implications for hominin evolution Olejniczak, A.J., Skinner, M.M. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 46:165 January, 2008
37. Culturally mediated migration lowers genetic diversity: A metapopulation model with implications for humans, Neandertals and their common ancestor Premo, L. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2008:A24 January, 2008
38. Dental development and enamel thickness in northwestern African modern humans Reid, D.J., Smith, T.M. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 46:179 January, 2008
39. Enamel-dentine junction (EDU) morphology distinguishes the lower molars of Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus Skinner, M., Gunz, P., Wood, B. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2008:A29-A30 January, 2008
40. Dental development and enamel thickness in the Neanderthal molar from Lakonis, Greece Smith, T.M., Harvarti, K., Olejniczak, A.J., Reid, D.J., Hublin, J.-J. and E. Panagopoulou American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 46:197-198 January, 2008
41. Synchotron investigations of fossil hominin dental structure and development Smith, T., Hublin, J.-J. and P. Tafforeau PaleoAnthropology. 2008:A30 January, 2008
42. First Look at a Neadertal Birth Canal Weaver, T. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2007:A34.A35 January, 2007
43. Do Qafzeh and Skhul represent the ancestors of Upper Paleolithic modern humans? A dental perspective. Bailey, S.E. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 44:67 January, 2007
44. 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 Gunz, P., Harvati, K., Mitteroecker, P., Bookstein, F.L., Weber, G.W. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 44:122 January, 2007
45. Evolution of Middle-Late Pleistocene human cranio-facial morphology: a three-dimensional approach Harvati, K., Hublin, J.-J. and P. Gunz American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 44:126-127 January, 2007
46. A Re-assessment of the Jebel Irhoud (Morocco) Mousterian Adult Cranial Remains Hublin, J.-J., Harvati, K., Gunz, P. and A. Ben-N’cer PaleoAnthropology. 2007:A13. January, 2007
47. Molar tissue volumes and enamel thickness in South African fossil hominins Olejniczak, A.J., Smith, T., Skinner, M., Grine, F., Feeney, R., Thackeray, F. and J.-J. Hublin PaleoAnthropology. 2007:A21-A22 January, 2007
48. A Micro-CT Study of Variation in Trabecular Microarchitecture in the Metacarpus of the West African Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) Lazenby, R., Skinner, M.M. and J.-J. Hublin Presented at the 35th Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology meetings, Banff, Nov. 14-17, (2007) January, 2007
49. Microtomagraphic investigation of enamel thickness and enamel-dentine junction shape in Gigantopithecus blacki Olejniczak, A.J., Smith, T., Wei, W., Potts, R., Ciochon, R., Kullmer, O., Schrenk, F. and J.-J. Hublin Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Philadelphia, USA January, 2007
50. Habitual loading conditions of the shoulder joint in Pan troglodytes and Homo sapiens and its implications on humeral trabecular architecture. Scherf, H. and J.-J. Hublin Journal of Morphology. 268(12):1129-1130 January, 2007
51. 3D geometric morphometric study of morphological integration in the primate mandible Singh, N., Harvati, K., Gunz, P. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 44:219 January, 2007
52. Dentine crown expression of discrete dental traits on extant hominoid and fossil hominin lower molars Skinner, M.M., Olejniczak, A.J., Rosas, A., Smith, T.M., Wood, B.A. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. S44:220 January, 2007
53. Dental development, enamel thickness, and age at death in the Scladina Cave Belgian Neandertal. Smith, T., Olejniczak, O., Reid, D., Hublin, J.-J. and M. Toussaint PaleoAnthropology. 2007:A30 January, 2007
54. Le Moustier 1 dental development and enamel thickness Smith, T.M., Olejniczak, A.J., Reid, D.J., Guatelli-Steinberg, D., Hoffmann, A. and J.-J. Hublin Journal of Morphology. 268(12):1135-1136 January, 2007
55. Neandertal as another humankind: Where are we now? Hublin, J.-J. Terra Nostra, Special Ed.:150 Years of Neanderthal Discoveries. Bonn, Germany. 2:55-59 January, 2006
56. Spatial analysis of human remains from the Châtelperronian layers at Arcy-sur-Cure and Saint-Césaire ( France). Hublin, J.-J., Soressi, M. and S.E. Bailey Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Paleoanthropology Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Journal of the Paleoanthropology Society. April 2006:A98 January, 2006
57. New Excavations at the Paleolithic Site of Chez-Pinaud Jonzac (Charente-Maritime, France). McPherron, S., Hublin, J.-J., Jaubert, J., Soressi, M., Bailey, S., Bordes, J.-G., Claud, É., Mallye, J.-B., Michel, A., Rendu, W., Richards, M., Richter, D., Roussel, M., Steele, T. Taylor, G. and J.-P. Texier Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Paleoanthropology Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Journal of the Paleoanthropology Society. April 2006: A94 January, 2006
58. A comparison of microtomographic systems for the analysis of dental tissues Olejniczak, A.J., Smith, T.M., Tafforeau, P., Temming, H. and J.-J. Hublin Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Anchorage, Alaska, March 8-11. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 42:167 January, 2006
59. High resolution microtomography of Middle Stone Age human molars from South Africa. Smith, T.M., Olejniczak, A.J., Tafforeau, P., Grine, F.E. and J.-J. Hublin Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Anchorage, Alaska, March 8-11. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 42:140-141. January, 2006
60. The bony labyrinth of Neandertals: additional results. Bouchneb, L., Bruno, M., Semal, P., Louryan, S. and J.-J. Hublin Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Paleoanthropology Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Journal of the Paleoanthropology Society. March 2005: A30 January, 2005
61. Neandertals in Europe: The weight of climate Hublin, J.-J. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 120:118-119 January, 2003
62. A new technique for reconstructing the vocal anatomy of fossil humans Miller, S.F., Yokley, T.R., Churchill, S.E., Franciscus, R.G., Hublin, J.-J. and K.L. Eaves-Johnson American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 120:151-153. January, 2003
63. Dental maturation assessment using computed tomography in Pan paniscus. Implications for early hominid studies Hublin, J.-J., Braga, J. and J. Treil 70th annual meeting of the AAPA, Kansas City (USA), 28-30 March, American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 30:82 January, 2001
64. New reconstruction of the Middle Pleistocene skull of Steinheim (Baden-Würtemberg, Germany) Braun, M., Hublin, J.-J. and P. Bouchet American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 26:113. January, 1998
65. What do the carotid canals tell us about human brain evolution. Braga, J. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 26:112 January, 1998
66. The Mousterian human remains from Zafarraya (Andalucia, Spain). Hublin, J.-J. and E. Trinkaus American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 26:122-123 January, 1998
67. Les données de la Paléontologie Humaine confrontées à l’existence d’une ligne de Movius en Europe (résumé). Hublin, J.-J. In: M. Otte (ed.), Préhistoire d’Anatolie – Genèse de deux mondes. ERAUL 85: Liège, 859 January, 1998
68. Phylogénie du crâne humain. De l’étude du fossile à l’imagerie 3D Hublin, J.-J. Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology. Suppl. 102:8 January, 1997
69. The bony labyrinth of Neandertals Spoor, F. and J.-J. Hublin American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 24:216 January, 1997
70. Pathological aspects of the middle Pleistocene skull of Salé (Morocco). Hublin, J.-J. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 18:110 January, 1994
71. The middle Pleistocene preneandertal partial skull from Reilingen (Germany) Dean, D., Hublin, J.-J., Ziegler, R. and R. Holloway American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 18:77 January, 1994
72. 3D CT composite reconstruction of Salé and Thomas Quarry cranial remains Dean, D., Kalvin, A.D., Hublin, J.-J. and M. Braun American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl. 16:79 January, 1993
73. Homo erectus: are the "autapomorphies" reversible? Hublin, J.-J. American Journal of Physical Anthropology January, 1992
74. Application d'une technique industrielle en Paléontologie humaine, Actes du 114e Congrès national des Sociétés savants Laudet, C., Hublin J.-J. and J.Y. Lazennec Paris 3-9 avril (1989). January, 1989
75. The myth of the European Praesapiens Hublin, J.-J. Anthropos. 9:16 January, 1982
76. The Mousterian juvenile mandible from Irhoud (Morocco) (abstract). Hublin, J.-J. and A.M. Tillier Annals of Human Biology., 7(2):187-188 January, 1980



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