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

Session 55. Skeletal Biology: Growth and Development. Contributed Posters. Chair: Marta P. Alfonso-Durruty

March 28, 2015 , Gateway Ballroom 2/3/4/5 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 5:00-5:45

1 Add to calendar Skeletal growth impairment and subsequent recovery with the introduction of agriculture in Central Europe . Alison A. Macintosh, Ron Pinhasi, Jay T. Stock.
2 Add to calendar Self-similarity is the appropriate null model for GMM studies of integration. Fred L. Bookstein.
3 Add to calendar Non-specific indicators of stress and risk of mortality in industrializing London. Gail M. Hughes-Morey.
4 Add to calendar Impacts of the number and types of teeth employed in assessing developmental ages from skeletal samples. Dana E. Becker, Natasha A. Castellon-Hinkle, Laura E. Cirillo, Elaine M. Burke, Julie Ding, Rebecca S. Jabbour, Gary D. Richards.
5 Add to calendar Early-life growth deficits and adulthood mortality: developmental stress effects in KhoeSan foragers from southern Africa's Later Stone Age. L. Elizabeth Doyle.
6 Add to calendar Correlation of long bone growth and dental development in Medieval Austria. Julian Velissaris, Ronald Risy, Daniele U. Risser, Fabian Kanz.
7 Add to calendar A comparative analysis of vertebral microstructure in Neanderthal and modern human infant spines. Kate A. Robson Brown, Frank Acquaah, Richard L. Abel.
8 Add to calendar The effects of environmental conditions on the development of sexual dimorphism: a comparison of boys and girls from three Industrial European skeletal samples. Sarah Reedy.
9 Add to calendar A (w)hole new idea: Using nutrient foramen location to identify relative growth and the center of ossification in juvenile tibiae. Eleanor R. Dove, Carla L. Burrell, James C. Ohman, Joel D. Irish.
10 Add to calendar A Radiographic Approach to Age Estimation of the Subadult Knee Joint: A New Standard. Melanie E. Boeyer, Stephen D. Ousley.
11 Add to calendar Teeth versus bones: A review of biological age from dental development and long bone diaphyseal growth in subadult human remains. Carla L. Burrell, Eleanor R. Dove, Michael M. Emery, James C. Ohman.
12 Add to calendar Human nasal floor shape variation and its relationship to the anterior dentition. Christina L. Nicholas, Robert G. Franciscus, Bruno Policeni.
13 Add to calendar Plasticity of Human Lumbar Vertebrae as a Tool for Interpreting Age, Sex, and Life History. April K. Smith, Laurie J. Reitsema.
14 Add to calendar Age-Related Trends in Human Trabecular Bone Connectivity at the Cortical-Trabecular Interface in the Proximal Tibia Metaphysis. Zachariah R. Hubbell, James H. Gosman, Timothy M. Ryan.
15 Add to calendar Developmental plasticity in the tibia, but not femur, discriminates between European and US born males of European decent. Emily E. Hammerl, Daniel L. Osborne.
16 Add to calendar Age changes in humeral asymmetry in Early Medieval period. Kristýna Farkašová, Vladimír Sládek, Martin Hora.
17 Add to calendar Subadult mandibular morphology in an early medieval skeletal collection from Northern France compared with modern individuals of European ancestry. Megan K. Moore, Emily Hammerl.
18 Add to calendar Investigation of craniofacial morphological variation at Sully (39SL4) utilizing patterns of postmarital residence. Elizabeth R. Agosto, Ashley H. McKeown.
19 Add to calendar Bone collagen stable isotope analysis of three late Holocene humans from Interior Alaska. Carrin M. Halffman, Robert Sattler, Jamie L. Clark.
20 Add to calendar Stable isotope analysis of incremental sections of human dentin from Malawi (20th and 21st ct. AD). Amy N. Karabowicz, Rhonda L. Quinn, Timothy G. Bromage.
21 Add to calendar A semi-automatic method for intracortical porosity quantification with application to intraskeletal variability. Mary E. Cole, Samuel D. Stout.
22 Add to calendar A strontium isotope perspective on catchment area and intra-site subsistence variation. Hylke de Jong, Volker Heyd, Chris Hawkesworth, Alistair Pike, Harald Meller.
23 Add to calendar The “Shear Resistance-Priority Hypothesis”: A Means for Enhancing Understanding of Material Adaptations in Bones that Habitually Experience Complex Loading. John G. Skedros, Kendra E. Keenan, Chad S. Mears, Tanner D. Langston.
24 Add to calendar Body Height and Body Mass Estimations for Prehistoric Maritime and Terrestrial Hunter-Gatherers of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, Chile. Marta P. Alfonso-Durruty, Flavia Morello.
25 Add to calendar Pott’s in Bones Rather than Bones in Pots: Identification of Pott’s Disease (Tuberculosis) Through a Cooperative Approach. Austin L. Polonitza, Heather Walsh-Haney, Marta Coburn, Michelle Gooley.