The 89th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2020)

Session 24. Dental Anthropology: Methods and Applications. Contributed Posters. Chair: Kieran McNulty

April 17, 2020 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Platinum Ballroom Add to calendar
8:00AM Poster setup
9:00AM Poster session opens
1:00PM Odd number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
5:00PM Even number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
6:00PM Poster removal
1 Add to calendar Testing repeatability in dental morphology: Interobserver error in a worldwide collection. Tatiana Vlemincq-Mendieta, Laura E. Cirillo, Dorothy Dechant.
2 Add to calendar How good are ASUDAS traits for assessing population relatedness? An answer—from comparisons of African dental and genetic data. Joel D. Irish, Adeline Morez, Linus Girdland Flink.
3 Add to calendar A 3D geometric morphometric assessment of the ASUDAS: Incisor shoveling. Daniel E. Ehrlich, Seth M. Weinberg, Mary L. Marazita, Steven F. Miller.
4 Add to calendar Observer error and dental metrics. Mason McKinney, Andrea Sbei, Marin A. Pilloud.
5 Add to calendar Getting to the root of the problem: World frequencies of three-rooted lower first and second molars. Laresa L. Dern, Shaun B. Joseph, Heather J. Nesbitt, Mackenzie R. Sullivan, G. Richard Scott.
6 Add to calendar Dental morphological affinities among Prehispanic human groups around the Caribbean region: from Yucatan to Venezuela. Andrea Cucina, Michaela Lucci, Carlos Sivoli, Alfredo Coppa.
7 Add to calendar Biological Distance Analysis of Medieval Hungarian Populations: The Influence of the Migration and Hungarian Conquest Periods on Dental Morphology. Rose L. Perash, Sándor Évinger, Tamás Hajdu, Tamás Szeniczey, G. Richard Scott.
8 Add to calendar Stress Chronologies in a Mass Burial, Charterhouse Warren Farm Shaft, United Kingdom: Microstructural Reconstruction of Environmental Interactions at the Precipice of Violent Death. Emily M. Smith, Daniel H. Temple, Rick Schulting.
9 Add to calendar From cementum microstructure to population structure. Reflection on the value of cementochronology for construction of age-at-death profiles. Benoit Bertrand, Vadim Mesli, Anne Bécart, Sophie Vatteoni, Martine Vercauteren, Valery Hédouin, Didier Gosset.
10 Add to calendar Dental Microwear Texture Analysis of late Upper Paleolithic Grotta Maritza and Grotta La Punta Adult Males. Christopher W. Schmidt, Ruggero D'Anastasio.
11 Add to calendar What can we learn from the study of macroscopic and microscopic dental wear during childhood?. Marlon Bas, Fabian Kanz, Katharina Rebay-Salisbury.
12 Add to calendar A comparison of dental microwear texture across hunter-gatherer sites in South Australia. Caitlin B. Smith, Sarah Karstens, Rachel M. Scott, Judith Littleton.
13 Add to calendar Grit or Groundstone? Dental microwear texture analysis of the Neolithic-Copper Age & Copper Age-Bronze Age transitions in prehistoric Croatia. Jessica L. Droke, James C.M. Ahern, Ivor Janković, Mario Novak.
14 Add to calendar Dental analysis of prehistoric populations in coastal Ecuador. Cassandra Boyer.
15 Add to calendar Daily-resolved maternal diet and early feeding history from histologically-defined compositional profiles of human dental enamel by laser-based mass spectrometry (LA-ICPMS). Alessia Nava, Federico Lugli, Luca Bondioli, Stefano Benazzi, Alfredo Coppa, Emanuela Cristiani, Christopher Dean, David Evans, Angela Helbling, Wolfgang Müller.
16 Add to calendar Exploring Mesolithic diet through dental calculus in the central Balkans (SE Europe). Emanuela Cristiani, Anita Radini, Andrea Zupancich, Dusan Boric.
17 Add to calendar Analysis of the Effects of Maize Reliance on Populations Across Virginia During the Late Woodland Period. Kaita N. Gurian.
18 Add to calendar Detecting Vitamin D deficiency in an adult bedouin population from Hisban, Jordan using dental radiographic and histological examination. Courtney Olah, Megan Perry, Akacia Propst, Bonnie Kahlon.
19 Add to calendar Dietary diversification across the Tiwanaku Polity: Isotopic paleodietary reconstructions using sequential sampling of dentinal collagen and Bayesian methods. Marcos C. Martinez, Alexandra M. Greenwald, Deborah E. Blom, Kelly J. Knudson.
20 Add to calendar Atypical, asymmetrical dental wear on a medieval Transylvanian male. Katie Zejdlik, Jonathan D. Bethard, Zsolt Nyárádi, Andre Gonciar.
21 Add to calendar Deciduous enamel growth rates in modern and ancient children. Patrick Mahoney, Rosie Pitfield, Gina Mcfarlane, Carolina Loch, Sophie White, Nina Sabel, Mark Skinner, Priscilla Bayle, Mona Le luyer, Bruce Floyd, Chris Aris, Chris Deter, Debbie Guatelli-steinberg.
22 Add to calendar Oral Pathological Conditions and Age Structure in Early Postcontact Guale, St. Catherines Island, Georgia. Kendra S. Weinrich, Fabian Crespo, Kathryn E. Marklein, Clark S. Larsen.
23 Add to calendar Early-Life Stressors in Pre-and Postcontact Peru: Evidence from Incremental Enamel Microstructures. Genevieve Brown, Daniel Temple, Haagen Klaus.
24 Add to calendar The mother infant dyad: Use of the neonatal line in dentine in the first permanent molar and primary teeth. Megan B. Brickley, Bonnie Kahlon, Lori D'Ortenzio.
25 Add to calendar The ‘Man-Wearing’ Myth? A Colonial Period Human Tooth Belt from Brazil. Andrea L. Waters-Rist, Leandro Matthews Cascon, Mariana Françozo.
26 Add to calendar Risk of Lead Exposure on a Roman Imperial Estate at Vagnari, Italy (1st – 4th c. AD). Tracy L. Prowse, Maureen Carroll, Jane Evans, Michael Inskip.
27 Add to calendar The First Decorative Dental Inlay Identified in a Pre-Hispanic Peruvian. Celeste Marie. Gagnon, Branden C. Rizzuto, Bethany C. Turner, Scott E. Burnett.
28 Add to calendar Observing Similarities of Pre and Post-Contact Cranial and Dental Modification in Two Sites from Western Mexico (1350-1580 AD). Ariel Garcia, Mariana Santos, Christine Lee.
29 Add to calendar Who were the people of the Fourth Cataract of the Nile? What their teeth tells us about human migration patterns through the Sahara. Emma LW. Phillips, Joel D. Irish, Daniel Antoine.
30 Add to calendar Dental status of the population from the Roman site of Nad Klepečkom-Viminacium. Bailey A. Oettel, Ilija Mikić, Emily E. Hammerl.
31 Add to calendar From bad to worse. Diachronic changes in oral pathology in Iron Age Italy. Michaela Lucci, Emanuela Cristiani, Andrea Cucina, Vincenzo D'Ercole, Francesco Lapastina, Alessandra Sperduti, Alfredo Coppa.
32 Add to calendar Investigating population affinity from the Iron Age to Early Medieval period: A pilot study from Wessex, England. Katie E. Faillace, Jacqui Mulville, Richard Madgwick, Joel D. Irish.
33 Add to calendar Ancestral Affiliation and the Production of Social Identity: Investigations of Mortuary Practices among Persistent Hunter-Gatherers in Archaic Indian Knoll, Kentucky. Rebecca L. Rodan, Daniel H. Temple.
34 Add to calendar Modern human molar morphology does not reveal geographical origin. Vanda Halász, Cinzia Fornai, Gerhard W. Weber.
35 Add to calendar A second dental morphology examination of biological affinities of northeastern Indian populations relative to other South Asians. The case of Chakhesang, Pochury and Rengma Nagas. Tsiapisa Pojar, Banrida Langstieh, Brian E. Hemphill.
36 Add to calendar What does it mean to be urban? Assessing craniodental impacts of anthropogenic environments. Andrea R. Eller, Rita M. Austin, Stephanie Canington, Courtney A. Hofman, Sabrina B. Sholts.
37 Add to calendar Antimere asymmetry and monozygotic discordance in Carabelli trait:  do they reflect common underlying epigenetic factors. Savannah Hay, G. Richard Scott.
38 Add to calendar Correlation of genetic distance to morphological distance in dental metrics and non-metrics. Rachel A. Kuzma.