Anthropogeny Publications Exchange (APE)

The Anthropogeny Publications Exchange (APE) is a resource for anthropogeny-related publications informing on human evolution, origins, and uniqueness. It also serves as a reference repository for the Matrix of Comparative Anthropogeny (MOCA). The number of possible additions to APE are limitless, however we have chosen to focus on those with a maximum relevance to anthropogeny using the following criteria:

  • Relevance for understanding the evolutionary origins of the human species
  • Research that informs on the origins of uniquely human features
  • Comparative studies of other species relevant to understanding human uniqueness
  • Broad interest and appeal to CARTA members
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Development of social cognition in infant chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Face recognition, smiling, gaze, and the lack of triadic interactions M. Tomonaga et al. 0 Maternal Infant Eye-to-Eye Gaze, Smiling 2004 2016-06-29
A cross-cultural comparison of the development of the social smile: a longitudinal study of maternal and infant imitation in 6- and 12-week-old infants. V. Wörmann et al. 0 Smiling 2012 2016-06-29
http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/45681698 Comparative physiology of the vertebrate digestive system C. Stevens et al. 0 Small/Large Intestine Length Ratio 1995 2016-06-29
The Great Leap Forward: the anatomic basis for the acquisition of speech and obstructive sleep apnea. T. Davidson 0 Sleep Apnea 2003 2016-06-29
The English bulldog: a natural model of sleep-disordered breathing. J. Hendricks et al. 0 Sleep Apnea 1987 2016-06-29
The ontogeny of cranial base angulation in humans and chimpanzees and its implications for reconstructing pharyngeal dimensions. D. Lieberman et al. 0 Sleep Apnea 1999 2016-06-29
The occurrence of sleep-disordered breathing among middle-aged adults. T. Young et al. 0 Sleep Apnea 1993 2016-06-29
X-linked creatine transporter defect: a report on two unrelated boys with a severe clinical phenotype. I. Anselm et al. 0 SLC6A8 (solute carrier family 6 (neurotransmitter transporter, creatine), member 8) 2006 2016-06-29
A potential role for glucose transporters in the evolution of human brain size. O. Fedrigo et al. 0 SLC2A1 (Solute carrier family 2 (facilitated glucose transporter) member 1), SLC2A4 (Solute carrier family 2 (facilitated glucose transporter) member 4) 2011 2016-06-29
The IFPCS presidential lecture: a chemist's view of melanogenesis. S. Ito et al. 0 Skin Pigmentation Variation 2003 2016-06-29
The evolution of human skin coloration. N. Jablonski et al. 0 Hairlessness, Skin Pigmentation Variation, Whole Body Cooling Efficiency 2000 2016-06-29
SLC24A5, a putative cation exchanger, affects pigmentation in zebrafish and humans. R. Lamason et al. 0 Skin Pigmentation Variation 2005 2016-06-29
Worldwide polymorphism at the MC1R locus and normal pigmentation variation in humans. K. Makova et al. 0 Skin Pigmentation Variation 2005 2016-06-29
Genetic evidence for the convergent evolution of light skin in Europeans and East Asians. H. Norton et al. 0 Skin Pigmentation Variation 2007 2016-06-29
http://content.lib.utah.edu/cdm/ref/collection/uspace/id/682 Genetic variation at the MCIR Locus and the time since loss of human body hair A. Rogers et al. 0 Hairlessness, Skin Pigmentation Variation 2004 2016-06-29
Pheomelanin as well as eumelanin is present in human epidermis. A. Thody et al. 0 Skin Pigmentation Variation 1991 2016-06-29
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305440316300838 Initial micromorphological results from Liang Bua, Flores (Indonesia): Site formation processes and hominin activities at the type locality of Homo floresiensis M. Morley et al. 0 2016 2016-06-30
Antimicrobial functions of spices: why some like it hot. J. Billing et al. 0 Cuisine 1998 2016-06-30
Why vegetable recipes are not very spicy. P. Sherman et al. 0 Cuisine 2001 2016-06-30
http://www.jstor.org/stable/20027944 Human Universals, Human Nature & Human Culture D. Brown 0 Cultural Transmission 2004 2016-06-30
The Question of Animal Culture K. Laland et al. 0 Cultural Transmission 2009 2016-06-30
Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology, Philosophy, Religion, Art, and Custom E. Tylor 0 Cultural Transmission 1871 2016-06-30
Increased skin pigment reduces the capacity of skin to synthesise vitamin D3. T. Clemens et al. 0 Cutaneous Biosynthesis of Vitamin D 1982 2016-06-30
Vitamin D: A millenium perspective. M. Holick 0 Cutaneous Biosynthesis of Vitamin D 2003 2016-06-30
Influence of season and latitude on the cutaneous synthesis of vitamin D3: exposure to winter sunlight in Boston and Edmonton will not promote vitamin D3 synthesis in human skin. A. Webb et al. 0 Cutaneous Biosynthesis of Vitamin D 1988 2016-06-30
https://www.edge.org/conversation/mirror-neurons-and-imitation-learning-as-the-driving-force-behind-the-great-leap-forward-in-human-evolution Mirror neurons and imitation learning as the driving force behind “the great leap forward” in human evolution V. Ramachandran 0 Dancing 2000 2016-06-30
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ng.2765 Mutations in genes encoding the cadherin receptor-ligand pair DCHS1 and FAT4 disrupt cerebral cortical development S. Cappello et al. 0 DCHS1 (Dachsous Cadherin-Related 1) 2013 2016-06-30
Van Maldergem syndrome: further characterisation and evidence for neuronal migration abnormalities and autosomal recessive inheritance. S. Mansour et al. 0 DCHS1 (Dachsous Cadherin-Related 1) 2012 2016-06-30
A draft sequence of the Neandertal genome. R. Green et al. 0 DCHS1 (Dachsous Cadherin-Related 1) 2010 2016-06-30
DDX11L: a novel transcript family emerging from human subtelomeric regions. V. Costa et al. 0 DDX11L (DEAD/H (Asp-Glu-Ala-Asp/His) box polypeptide 11 like) 2009 2016-06-30
Enamel hypoplasia in the deciduous teeth of great apes: variation in prevalence and timing of defects. J. Lukacs 0 Deciduous Teeth Development/Morphology 2001 2016-06-30
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305440397902600 Physiological Stress in Prehistoric India: New Data on Localized Hypoplasia of Primary Canines Linked to Climate and Subsistence Change J. Lukacs et al. 0 Deciduous Teeth Development/Morphology 1998 2016-06-30
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/004724849190114B The natural history of deciduous tooth attrition in hominoids L. Aiello et al. 0 Deciduous Teeth Development/Morphology 1991 2016-06-30
Life History and the Evolution of Human Maturation B. Smith 0 Deciduous Teeth Development/Morphology 1992 2016-06-30
Tauopathy with paired helical filaments in an aged chimpanzee. R. Rosen et al. 0 Dementias, Serum Cholesterol Level 2008 2016-06-30
Apolipoprotein E variation at the sequence haplotype level: implications for the origin and maintenance of a major human polymorphism. S. Fullerton et al. 0 Dementias 2000 2016-06-30
Nucleus subputaminalis (Ayala): the still disregarded magnocellular component of the basal forebrain may be human specific and connected with the cortical speech area. G. Simić et al. 0 Dementias 1999 2016-06-30
A beta40 is a major form of beta-amyloid in nonhuman primates. M. Gearing et al. 0 Dementias 1996 2016-06-30
Arginine residues at codons 112 and 158 in the apolipoprotein E gene correspond to the ancestral state in humans. C. Hanlon et al. 0 Dementias 1995 2016-06-30
Adrenal androgen production in catarrhine primates and the evolution of adrenarche. R. Bernstein et al. 0 DHEA/DHEAS Circulating Levels 2012 2016-06-30
A history of infant feeding. E. Stevens et al. 0 Difficulty Breastfeeding 2009 2016-06-30
Tongue movement and intra-oral vacuum in breastfeeding infants. D. Geddes et al. 0 Difficulty Breastfeeding 2008 2016-06-30
Human breastfeeding is not automatic: Why that's so and what it means for human evolution A. Volk 0 Difficulty Breastfeeding 2009 2016-06-30
Mother Nature: Maternal Instincts and How They Shape the Human Species S. Hrdy 0 Difficulty Breastfeeding, Maternal Infanticide 2000 2016-06-30
Maternal perceptions of insufficient milk supply in breastfeeding. L. Gatti 0 Difficulty Breastfeeding 2008 2016-06-30
Effects of mother-infant skin-to-skin contact on severe latch-on problems in older infants: a randomized trial. K. Svensson et al. 0 Difficulty Breastfeeding 2013 2016-06-30
Development and psychometric testing of the prenatal breast-feeding self-efficacy scale. K. Wells et al. 0 Difficulty Breastfeeding 2006 2016-06-30
Gestural communication in deaf children: the effects and noneffects of parental input on early language development. S. Goldin-Meadow et al. 0 Displaced Reference 1984 2016-06-30
The dancing bees: An account of the life and senses of the honey bee K. von Frisch 0 Displaced Reference 1955 2016-06-30
Thrombospondins are astrocyte-secreted proteins that promote CNS synaptogenesis. K. Christopherson et al. 0 Cortical Thrombospondin Expression 2005 2016-06-30
From vitamin D to hormone D: fundamentals of the vitamin D endocrine system essential for good health. A. Norman 0 Cutaneous Biosynthesis of Vitamin D 2008 2016-06-30
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.1330530402 Strength and robusticity of the Neandertal tibia O. Lovejoy et al. 0 Skeletal Robusticity 1980 2016-06-30
Activity, climate, and postcranial robusticity: implications for modern human origins and scenarios of adaptive change. O. Pearson 0 Skeletal Robusticity 2000 2016-06-30
New approaches to structural evolution of limb bones in primates. C. Ruff 0 Skeletal Robusticity 1989 2016-06-30
Femoral/humeral strength in early African Homo erectus. C. Ruff 0 Skeletal Robusticity 2008 2016-06-30
Relative limb strength and locomotion in Homo habilis. C. Ruff 0 Skeletal Robusticity 2009 2016-06-30
Postcranial robusticity in Homo. I: Temporal trends and mechanical interpretation. C. Ruff et al. 0 Skeletal Robusticity 1993 2016-06-30
Postcranial robusticity in Homo. III: Ontogeny. C. Ruff et al. 0 Skeletal Robusticity 1994 2016-06-30
Endocrine control of skeletal robusticity. A. Riesenfeld 0 Skeletal Robusticity 1975 2016-06-30
Hunter-gatherer postcranial robusticity relative to patterns of mobility, climatic adaptation, and selection for tissue economy. J. Stock 0 Skeletal Robusticity 2006 2016-06-30
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305440398903454 Long Bone Shaft Robusticity and Body Proportions of the Saint-Césaire 1 Châtelperronian Neanderthal E. Trinkaus et al. 0 Skeletal Robusticity 1999 2016-06-30
Quantitative comparison of the hominoid thalamus. I. Specific sensory relay nuclei. E. Armstrong 0 Size of Sensory Thalamic Nuclei 1979 2016-06-30
Cortical feedback controls the frequency and synchrony of oscillations in the visual thalamus. T. Bal et al. 0 Size of Sensory Thalamic Nuclei 2000 2016-06-30
Vestibular signals in primate thalamus: properties and origins. H. Meng et al. 0 Size of Sensory Thalamic Nuclei 2007 2016-06-30
The thalamus is more than just a relay. M. Sherman 0 Sensory Thalamic Nuclei Size, Size of Sensory Thalamic Nuclei 2007 2016-06-30
An allometric study of the frontal sinus in Gorilla, Pan and Pongo. S. Blaney 0 Size and Position of Frontal Air Sinuses 1986 2016-06-30
The paranasal sinuses of the anthropoid apes. A. Cave 0 Size and Position of Frontal Air Sinuses 1940 2016-06-30
Testing the reliability of frontal sinuses in positive identification. A. Christensen 0 Size and Position of Frontal Air Sinuses 2005 2016-06-30
Frontal sinus size in Eskimo populations. C. Hanson et al. 0 Size and Position of Frontal Air Sinuses 1980 2016-06-30
Observations on the anatomy of the fossil Australopithecinae. W. Clark 0 Size and Position of Frontal Air Sinuses 1947 2016-06-30
The Neanderthal face is not cold adapted. T. Rae et al. 0 Size and Position of Frontal Air Sinuses 2011 2016-06-30
Relationships between the frontal sinus and climatic conditions: a skeletal approach to cold adaptation. T. Koertvelyessy 0 Size and Position of Frontal Air Sinuses 1972 2016-06-30
New insights into mid-late Pleistocene fossil hominin paranasal sinus morphology. C. Zollikofer et al. 0 Size and Position of Frontal Air Sinuses 2008 2016-06-30
A uniquely human consequence of domain-specific functional adaptation in a sialic acid-binding receptor. J. Sonnenburg et al. 0 SIGLEC7 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 7 ), SIGLEC9 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 9) 2004 2016-06-30
Variable number of tandem repeat polymorphisms of DRD4: re-evaluation of selection hypothesis and analysis of association with schizophrenia. E. Hattori et al. 0 DRD4 (dopamine receptor D4) 2009 2016-06-30
Severe preeclampsia-related changes in gene expression at the maternal-fetal interface include sialic acid-binding immunoglobulin-like lectin-6 and pappalysin-2. V. Winn et al. 0 SIGLEC6 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 6) 2009 2016-06-30
Discovery of Siglec-14, a novel sialic acid receptor undergoing concerted evolution with Siglec-5 in primates. T. Angata et al. 0 SIGLEC14 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 14), SIGLEC5 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 5 ) 2006 2016-06-30
Group B Streptococcus suppression of phagocyte functions by protein-mediated engagement of human Siglec-5. A. Carlin et al. 0 SIGLEC14 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 14), SIGLEC5 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 5 ) 2009 2016-06-30
Deletion polymorphism of SIGLEC14 and its functional implications. M. Yamanaka et al. 0 SIGLEC14 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 14) 2009 2016-06-30
The association of DRD4 and novelty seeking is found in a nonhuman primate model. J. Bailey et al. 0 DRD4 (dopamine receptor D4) 2007 2016-06-30
Specific inactivation of two immunomodulatory SIGLEC genes during human evolution. X. Wang et al. 0 SIGLEC13 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 13) 2012 2016-06-30
A human-specific gene in microglia. T. Hayakawa et al. 0 SIGLEC11 (sialic acid binding Ig-like lectin 11) 2005 2016-06-30
Dopamine D4 receptor (D4DR) exon III polymorphism associated with the human personality trait of Novelty Seeking. R. Ebstein et al. 0 DRD4 (dopamine receptor D4) 1996 2016-06-30
Population and familial association between the D4 dopamine receptor gene and measures of Novelty Seeking. J. Benjamin et al. 0 DRD4 (dopamine receptor D4) 1996 2016-06-30
Sialic acid concentration of brain gangliosides: variation among eight mammalian species. B. Wang et al. 0 Sialic Acid Content of the Brain 1998 2016-06-30
Polysialic acid-neural cell adhesion molecule in brain plasticity: from synapses to integration of new neurons. E. Gascon et al. 0 Sialic Acid Content of the Brain 2007 2016-06-30
Expansion of GAA trinucleotide repeats in mammals. R. Clark et al. 0 Short Tandem Repeat Content 2006 2016-06-30
Comparative genetics of functional trinucleotide tandem repeats in humans and apes. A. Andrés et al. 0 Short Tandem Repeat Content 2004 2016-06-30
A comprehensive survey of human Y-chromosomal microsatellites. M. Kayser et al. 0 Short Tandem Repeat Content 2004 2016-06-30
Microsatellite evolution--evidence for directionality and variation in rate between species. D. Rubinsztein et al. 0 Short Tandem Repeat Content 1995 2016-06-30
Genetic absolute dating based on microsatellites and the origin of modern humans. D. Goldstein et al. 0 Short Tandem Repeat Content 1995 2016-06-30
Active Alu retrotransposons in the human genome. A. Bennett et al. 0 Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs)/Alu Types and Distribution 2008 2016-06-30
Diverse cis factors controlling Alu retrotransposition: what causes Alu elements to die? M. Comeaux et al. 0 Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs)/Alu Types and Distribution 2009 2016-06-30
The RNA polymerase dictates ORF1 requirement and timing of LINE and SINE retrotransposition. E. Kroutter et al. 0 Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs)/Alu Types and Distribution 2009 2016-06-30
Initial sequencing and analysis of the human genome. E. Lander et al. 0 Long Interspersed Elements (LINEs) Types and Distribution, Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs)/Alu Types and Distribution 2001 2016-06-30
The genetic architecture of selection at the human dopamine receptor D4 (DRD4) gene locus. E. Wang et al. 0 DRD4 (dopamine receptor D4) 2004 2016-06-30
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/mp.2006.24.2.125 Rhythm in Music: What is it? Who has it? And Why? J. Bispham 0 Drumming 2006 2016-06-30
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02435610 Symbolic communication in wild chimpanzees? C. Boesch 0 Drumming 1991 2016-06-30
On the role and origin of isochrony in human rhythmic entrainment. B. Merker et al. 0 Drumming 2009 2016-06-30
http://beheco.oxfordjournals.org/content/13/5/615.abstract Sexual selection in the wolf spider Hygrolycosa rubrofasciata: female preference for drum duration and pulse rate S. Parri et al. 0 Drumming 2002 2016-06-30

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