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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A non-human animal can drum a steady beat on a musical instrument A. Patel et al. 0 Drumming 2006 2016-07-01
http://www.jstor.org/stable/3884560 Evolution and Function of Drumming as Communication in Mammals J. Randall 0 Drumming 2001 2016-07-01
The evolution of rhythmic cognition: new perspectives and technologies in comparative research A. Ravignani et al. 0 Drumming 2013 2016-07-01
Alex & Me I. Pepperberg 0 Duality of Patterning, Prevarication 2009 2016-07-01
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3250231/ The gradual emergence of phonological form in a new language W. Sandler et al. 0 Duality of Patterning 2011 2016-07-01
Recurrent reciprocal 1q21.1 deletions and duplications associated with microcephaly or macrocephaly and developmental and behavioral abnormalities. N. Brunetti-Pierri et al. 0 DUF1220 Domain Copy Number, HYDIN (Hydrocephalus inducing homolog) 2008 2016-07-01
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature08035 Copy number variation at 1q21.1 associated with neuroblastoma S. Diskin et al. 0 DUF1220 Domain Copy Number 2009 2016-07-01
DUF1220 domains, cognitive disease, and human brain evolution. L. Dumas et al. 0 DUF1220 Domain Copy Number, NBPF15 (neuroblastoma breakpoint family, member 15) 2009 2016-07-01
Recurrent rearrangements of chromosome 1q21.1 and variable pediatric phenotypes. H. Mefford et al. 0 DUF1220 Domain Copy Number 2008 2016-07-01
Human lineage-specific amplification, selection, and neuronal expression of DUF1220 domains. M. Popesco et al. 0 DUF1220 Domain Copy Number, NBPF, NBPF15 (neuroblastoma breakpoint family, member 15) 2006 2016-07-01
A novel gene family NBPF: intricate structure generated by gene duplications during primate evolution. K. Vandepoele et al. 0 DUF1220 Domain Copy Number, NBPF 2005 2016-07-01
DUF1220-domain copy number implicated in human brain-size pathology and evolution. L. Dumas et al. 0 DUF1220 Domain Copy Number 2012 2016-07-01
Evolutionary history and genome organization of DUF1220 protein domains. M. O'Bleness et al. 0 DUF1220 Domain Copy Number 2012 2016-07-01
Modern Human Life History: The Evolution of Human Childhood and Fertility B. Bogin 0 Duration of Lactation 2006 2016-07-01
JNK pathway-associated phosphatase dephosphorylates focal adhesion kinase and suppresses cell migration. J. Li et al. 0 DUSP22 (Dual specificity phosphatase 22) 2010 2016-07-01
Complex evolution of a Y-chromosomal double homeobox 4 (DUX4)-related gene family in hominoids. J. Schmidt et al. 0 DUX, DUX4 (double homeobox 4), Features of the Y Chromosome 2009 2016-07-01
A family history of DUX4: phylogenetic analysis of DUXA, B, C and Duxbl reveals the ancestral DUX gene. A. Leidenroth et al. 0 DUX4 (double homeobox 4) 2010 2016-07-01
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC546517/ Interchromosomal segmental duplications of the pericentromeric region on the human Y chromosome S. Kirsch et al. 0 DUX4 (double homeobox 4) 2005 2016-07-01
Activating E2Fs mediate transcriptional regulation of human E2F6 repressor. T. Lyons et al. 0 E2F6 (E2F transcription factor 6) 2006 2016-07-01
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/zoo.1430120307 Partial hydatidiform mole in a pregnant chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) I. Debyser et al. 0 Early Fetal Wastage, Hydatiform Moles 1993 2016-07-01
Ecological dominance, social competition, and coalitionary arms races: Why humans evolved extraordinary intelligence M. Flinn et al. 0 Ecological Dominance 2005 2016-07-01
Modeling recent human evolution in mice by expression of a selected EDAR variant. Y. Kamberov et al. 0 EDAR (ectodysplasin A receptor) 2013 2016-07-01
A composite of multiple signals distinguishes causal variants in regions of positive selection. S. Grossman et al. 0 Archaic Adaptive Introgression, EDAR (ectodysplasin A receptor) 2010 2016-07-01
Positive selection in East Asians for an EDAR allele that enhances NF-kappaB activation. J. Bryk et al. 0 EDAR (ectodysplasin A receptor) 2008 2016-07-01
Genome-wide detection and characterization of positive selection in human populations. P. Sabeti et al. 0 EDAR (ectodysplasin A receptor) 2007 2016-07-01
Structure of the 3' region of the human elastin gene: great abundance of Alu repetitive sequences and few coding sequences. Z. Indik et al. 0 ELN (elastin) 1987 2016-07-01
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/35046199 Cultural revolution in whale songs M. Noad et al. 0 Emergence of New Communication Systems 2000 2016-07-01
Children's contribution to the birth of Nicaraguan Sign Language. A. Senghas 0 Emergence of New Communication Systems 1995 2016-07-01
http://www.pnas.org/content/102/7/2661.abstract The emergence of grammar: Systematic structure in a new language W. Sandler et al. 0 Emergence of New Communication Systems 2005 2016-07-01
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0885201403000625 Intergenerational influence and ontogenetic development in the emergence of spatial grammar in Nicaraguan Sign Language A. Senghas 0 Emergence of New Communication Systems 2003 2016-07-01
Children creating core properties of language: evidence from an emerging sign language in Nicaragua. A. Senghas et al. 0 Emergence of New Communication Systems 2004 2016-07-01
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2703698/ Getting it right by getting it wrong: When learners change languages C. Kam et al. 0 Emergence of New Communication Systems 2009 2016-07-01
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2693086/ De novo establishment of wild-type song culture in the zebra finch O. Feher et al. 0 Emergence of New Communication Systems 2009 2016-07-01
Children's Unspoken LanguageS G. Sneddon 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 2003 2016-07-01
The Puzzle of Blushing R. Crozier 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 2010 2016-07-01
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6494.1996.tb00524.x The Motivated Expression of Embarrassment Following a Self-Presentational Predicament M. Leary et al. 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 1996 2016-07-01
Blushing R. Edelmann 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 2001 2016-07-01
Why is flushing limited to a mostly facial cutaneous distribution? J. Wilkin 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 1988 2016-07-01
The red face: flushing disorders. J. Wilkin 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 1993 2016-07-01
Neural beta-adrenergic dilatation of the facial vein in man. Possible mechanism in emotional blushing. S. Mellander et al. 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 1982 2016-07-01
Staring at one side of the face increases blood flow on that side of the face. P. Drummond et al. 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 2004 2016-07-01
Hot or not? Thermal reactions to social contact. A. Hahn et al. 0 Emotional Flushing (Blushing) 2012 2016-07-01
Neural regulation of lacrimal gland secretory processes: relevance in dry eye diseases. D. Dartt 0 Emotional Lacrimation (Crying) 2009 2016-07-01
Pathological sweating and flushing accompanying the trigeminal lacrimal reflex in patients with cluster headache and in patients with a confirmed site of cervical sympathetic deficit. Evidence for parasympathetic cross-innervation. P. Drummond et al. 0 Emotional Lacrimation (Crying) 1992 2016-07-01
The lacrimal secretory system and its treatment. L. Jones 0 Emotional Lacrimation (Crying) 1966 2016-07-01
Duane’s Foundations of Clinical Ophthalmology W. Tasman 0 Emotional Lacrimation (Crying) 1992 2016-07-01
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1167487/ Innervation of the lacrimal gland in the cynomolgous monkey: a retrograde tracing study. F. van der Werf et al. 0 Emotional Lacrimation (Crying) 1996 2016-07-01
To What Extent is the Experience of Empathy Mediated by Shared Neural Circuits? J. Decety 0 Empathy 2010 2016-07-01
Putting the altruism back into altruism: the evolution of empathy. F. de Waal 0 Empathy 2008 2016-07-01
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00302695 Reconciliation and consolation among chimpanzees F. de Waal et al. 0 Empathy 1979 2016-07-01
Social modulation of pain as evidence for empathy in mice. D. Langford et al. 0 Empathy 2006 2016-07-01
An experimental analysis of "empathic" response: Effects of pain reactions of pigeon upon other pigeon's operant behavior. S. Watanabe et al. 0 Empathy 1986 2016-07-01
Meta-analysis of theory-of-mind development: the truth about false belief. H. Wellman et al. 0 Empathy 2001 2016-07-01
The development of empathy in twins. C. Zahn-Waxler et al. 0 Empathy 1992 2016-07-01
Evolution of human endogenous retroviral sequences: a conceptual account. V. Blikstad et al. 0 Endogenous Retroviral Types and Distribution 2008 2016-07-01
Human endogenous retroviruses in the primate lineage and their influence on host genomes. J. Mayer et al. 0 Endogenous Retroviral Types and Distribution 2005 2016-07-01
Identification of an infectious progenitor for the multiple-copy HERV-K human endogenous retroelements. M. Dewannieux et al. 0 Endogenous Retroviral Types and Distribution 2006 2016-07-01
Reconstitution of an infectious human endogenous retrovirus. Y. Lee et al. 0 Endogenous Retroviral Types and Distribution 2007 2016-07-01
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1054887/ Lineage-Specific Expansions of Retroviral Insertions within the Genomes of African Great Apes but Not Humans and Orangutans C. Yohn et al. 0 Endogenous Retroviral Types and Distribution 2005 2016-07-01
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nrg3229 Comparative studies of gene expression and the evolution of gene regulation I. Romero et al. 0 Epigenetic Markings 2012 2016-07-01
Extensive evolutionary changes in regulatory element activity during human origins are associated with altered gene expression and positive selection. Y. Shibata et al. 0 Epigenetic Markings 2012 2016-07-01
Gene expression differences among primates are associated with changes in a histone epigenetic modification. C. Cain et al. 0 Epigenetic Markings 2011 2016-07-01
Differences in DNA methylation patterns and expression of the CCRK gene in human and nonhuman primate cortices. R. Farcas et al. 0 Epigenetic Markings 2009 2016-07-01
Tissue-specific differences in DNA methylation in various mammals. M. Gama-Sosa et al. 0 Epigenetic Markings 1983 2016-07-01
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9780123955623500114 The Displays of the Primates R. ANDREW et al. 0 Eyebrows 1964 2016-07-01
The eyes have it: the neuroethology, function and evolution of social gaze. N. Emery 0 Eyebrows 2000 2016-07-01
The Naked Man: A Study of the Male Body D. Morris 0 Eyebrows 2008 2016-07-01
The role of eyebrows in face recognition. J. Sadr et al. 0 Eyebrows 2003 2016-07-01
Visual following and pattern discrimination of face-like stimuli by newborn infants. C. Goren et al. 0 Facial recognition 1975 2016-07-01
Face preference at birth. E. Valenza et al. 0 Facial recognition 1996 2016-07-01
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0163638301000765 Development of face recognition in an infant gibbon (Hylobates agilis) M. Myowa-Yamakoshi et al. 0 Facial recognition 2001 2016-07-01
http://www.pnas.org/content/105/1/394.abstract Face perception in monkeys reared with no exposure to faces Y. Sugita 0 Facial recognition 2008 2016-07-01
Development of schematic face preference in macaque monkeys. H. Kuwahata et al. 0 Facial recognition 2004 2016-07-01
Is face processing species-specific during the first year of life? O. Pascalis et al. 0 Facial recognition 2002 2016-07-01
Comparative cognitive development. T. Matsuzawa 0 Facial recognition 2007 2016-07-01
Human and chimpanzee face recognition in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): role of exposure and impact on categorical perception. J. Martin-Malivel et al. 0 Facial recognition 2007 2016-07-01
Looking at upside-down faces R. Yin 0 Facial recognition 1969 2016-07-01
Upside-down faces: a review of the effect of inversion upon face recognition. T. Valentine 0 Facial recognition 1988 2016-07-01
http://www.karger.com/DOI/10.1159/000156737 Superiority of Conspecific Faces and Reduced Inversion Effect in Face Perception by a Chimpanzee M. Tomonaga et al. 0 Facial recognition 1993 2016-07-01
Why faces may be special: evidence for the inversion effectin chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) L. Parr et al. 0 Facial recognition 1998 2016-07-01
Hemispheric specialization displayed by man but not macaques for analysis of faces. W. Overman et al. 0 Facial recognition 1982 2016-07-01
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02382051 How laboratory-raised Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata) perceive rotated photographs of monkeys: Evidence for an inversion effect in face perception M. Tomonaga 0 Facial recognition 1994 2016-07-01
Face recognition in the rhesus monkey. S. Rosenfeld et al. 0 Facial recognition 1979 2016-07-01
Face recognition by monkeys: absence of an inversion effect. C. Bruce 0 Facial recognition 1982 2016-07-01
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2018744/ Recognizing Facial Cues: Individual Discrimination by Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta) L. Parr et al. 0 Facial recognition 2000 2016-07-01
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2826113/ Three studies on configural face processing by chimpanzees L. Parr et al. 0 Facial recognition 2006 2016-07-01
Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) lack expertise in face processing. L. Parr et al. 0 Facial recognition 2008 2016-07-01
Configural face processing develops more slowly than featural face processing. C. Mondloch et al. 0 Facial recognition 2002 2016-07-01
Face-specific processing in the human fusiform gyrus. G. McCarthy et al. 0 Facial recognition 1997 2016-07-01
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960982208015662 Face Processing in the Chimpanzee Brain L. Parr et al. 0 Facial recognition 2009 2016-07-01
Faces and objects in macaque cerebral cortex. D. Tsao et al. 0 Facial recognition 2003 2016-07-01
Survival of the fattest: fat babies were the key to evolution of the large human brain. S. Cunnane et al. 0 Fatness at Birth 2003 2016-07-01
Fast and reproducible method for the direct quantitation of adipose tissue in newborn infants. T. Harrington et al. 0 Fatness at Birth 2002 2016-07-01
Body Composition and Energy Needs during Growth M. Holliday 0 Fatness at Birth 1986 2016-07-01
Metabolic correlates of hominid brain evolution. W. Leonard et al. 0 Fatness at Birth 2003 2016-07-01
Functional characteristics of the high affinity IgG receptor, FcγRI. C. van der Poel et al. 0 FCGR1A (Fc fragment of IgG, high affinity Ia, receptor (CD64)) 2011 2016-07-01
The archaeology and politics of food and feasting in early states and empires T. Bray 0 Feasting 2003 2016-07-01
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4126290 Feasting in prehistoric and traditional societies B. Hayden 0 Feasting 1996 2016-07-01
A century of feasting studies B. Hayden et al. 0 Feasting 2011 2016-07-01
Pots, parties, and politics: communal feasting in the American Southwest. J. Potter 0 Feasting 2000 2016-07-01

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