The 84th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2015)

Session 35. Paleoanthropology: Late Homo. Contributed Posters. Chair: Julie J Lesnik

March 27, 2015 , Archview Ballroom Add to calendar

7:30 - 8:00 Poster set-up.  5:30 - 6:00 Poster take-down.

Even numbered poster authors present for discussion 10:00-10:30 and 4:45-5:3-

Odd numbered poster authors present for discussion 10:30-11:00 and 4:00-4:45

1 Add to calendar Can oral pathology avoidance explain human dental size reduction?. Sarah A. Lacy.
2 Add to calendar Allometry and Tooth Shape of the Lower Deciduous M2 and Permanent M1. Shara E. Bailey, Stefano Benazzi, Jean-Jacques Hublin.
3 Add to calendar A geometric morphometric study of hominin mandibular variation related to speech production. Sarah Urbas, Katherine Dudas, Robert C. McCarthy.
4 Add to calendar Comparative morphometric analyses of a lower deciduous second molar from Qesem Cave Middle Pleistocene site (Israel). Cinzia Fornai, Stefano Benazzi, Avi Gopher, Ran Barkai, Rachel Sarig, Israel Hershkovitz, Gerhard W. Weber.
5 Add to calendar Prehistoric use of Ammotragus lervia in Taforalt Cave. Rebecca L. Pedersen, Jalil Bouzouggar, Nick Barton, Louise Humphrey, Elaine Turner, Cara M. Wall-Scheffler.
6 Add to calendar Evaluating ontogenetic shape variation in the mandibular ramus of Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis. Carrie A. Healy, Chris A. Robinson, Terrence B. Ritzman, Claire E. Terhune.
7 Add to calendar The use of skeletal data for interpreting dental development in fossil hominins. Maja Šešelj.
8 Add to calendar Modularity and covariation in extant human occipital growth. Miranda E. Karban, Robert G. Franciscus, Andy D. Grass.
9 Add to calendar Latitude and Attitude: Eating insects in the Pleistocene and today. Julie J. Lesnik.
10 Add to calendar Cooking and sugar bioaccessibility from starch in human evolution. Robert S. Scott, Kate DeRosa, Michael A. Rogers.
11 Add to calendar Morphology and locomotor function of the hominin pubis. Maria C. Fox, Laura L. Shackelford.
12 Add to calendar Gross versus net metabolic rate: Which should be used when determining the speed of the minimum cost of transport for human walking?. Marcie J. Myers, Karen L. Steudel-Numbers, Cara M. Wall-Scheffler.
13 Add to calendar Walking for warmth: a reassessment of Neanderthal locomotor inefficiency. Cara J. Ocobock.
14 Add to calendar Tibial loading during walking and running in Late Pleistocene humans. Martin Hora, Vladimir Sladek.
15 Add to calendar Comparisons of strength and predictability of Neanderthal and modern human femora under loading conditions simulating irregular steps. Kelli H. Tamvada, David S. Strait.
16 Add to calendar Ecological niche reconstruction of Homo taxa in the Late Pleistocene. Kes Schroer.
17 Add to calendar A new calculation of the habitable land area of Sahulland during the Last Glacial Maximum and its implications for hominin population size. Joanna R. Gautney, Trenton W. Holliday.
18 Add to calendar Withdrawn. Radiocarbon Dating of Late Neanderthals in Southern Poland. Bridget A. Alex, Paweł Valde-Nowak, Damian Stefański, Elisabetta Boaretto.
19 Add to calendar Liang Bua Cave (Flores) humans (aka "Homo floresiensis") exhibit individual variation and temporal change, not uniformity and stasis. Robert B. Eckhardt, Sakdapong Chavanaves, Maciej Henneberg.
20 Add to calendar Probability of finding a Pleistocene Down Syndrome skeleton on Flores. Maciej Henneberg, Robert B. Eckhardt.