The 87th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2018)

Session 40. Primate Craniodental Functional Morphology. Contributed Podium Presentations. Chair: Todd C. Rae

April 13, 2018 , Foothills Ballroom II Add to calendar
2:30 Add to calendar Maxillary sinuses do not accommodate nasal cavity size in strepsirhines. Todd C. Rae, Thomas Koppe.
2:45 Add to calendar Eyes without a Face: Ontogeny of Orbit Orientation in Primates. Emily M. Nett, Matthew J. Ravosa.
3:00 Add to calendar The Weakest Link: Performance and Fusion of the Primate Mandibular Symphysis. Christopher J. Vinyard, Matthew J. Ravosa.
3:15 Add to calendar Deja chew: Dietary food mechanical properties influence chewing behavior in primates. Susan Coiner-Collier, Gabriela Portmann, Natalie E. Howe, Hui Ding, Annika L. Fling, Matthew J. Ravosa.
3:30 Add to calendar Taking another bite at the apple: a comparative analysis of incisor form and food mechanical properties in haplorrhine primates. Amanda McGrosky, Gary T. Schwartz.
3:45 Add to calendar Variation in the musculo-skeletal configuration of the skull and the the evolution of bite performance in primates. Jose Iriarte-Diaz, Hani Zano, Yana Bushneva.
4:00 Add to calendar The aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) uses post-cranial musculature to modify bite forces during gnawing behavior. Maxx C. Toler, Christine E. Wall.
4:15 Add to calendar Chewing biomechanics reveals different strategies among great apes. Thomas M. Kaiser, Jordi Marcé-Nogué, Juan-Pablo Gailer, Frederik Jessen.
4:30 Add to calendar Intra- and interspecific endocranial volume variations in the family Hylobatidae. Emily Lau, Robert D. Martin, Lu Yao.
4:45 Add to calendar Comparing the size of thalamic nuclei in primate brains relative to other mammalian clades. Andrew C. Halley, Mary KL. Baldwin, S Murray Sherman, Leah Krubitzer.
5:00 Add to calendar Greater Male Variability in Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) Brain Structure. Alex R. DeCasien, William D. Hopkins.
5:15 Add to calendar A reappraisal of the relationship between first molar emergence age and brain mass in primates. Terrence B. Ritzman, Halszka Glowacka, Gary T. Schwartz.