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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Reciprocal face-to-face communication between rhesus macaque mothers and their newborn infants. P. Ferrari et al. 0 Maternal Infant Eye-to-Eye Gaze 2009 2016-07-20
The development of eye contact between mothers and normal versus Down's syndrome infants J. Berger et al. 0 Maternal Infant Eye-to-Eye Gaze 1981 2016-07-20
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/edp.2430030104 Evolutionary roots of intuitive parenting: Maternal competence in chimpanzees K. Bard 0 Maternal Infant Eye-to-Eye Gaze 1994 2016-07-20
The adaptive function of masturbation in a promiscuous African ground squirrel. J. Waterman 0 Masturbation 2010 2016-07-20
http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/B:IJOP.0000043350.75897.89 Male Masturbation in Free-Ranging Japanese Macaques R. Thomsen et al. 0 Masturbation 2004 2016-07-20
https://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/105/ Sperm competition and the function of masturbation in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) R. Thomsen 0 Masturbation 2001 2016-07-20
https://books.google.com/books?id=ttDlpUjqHDcC&pgis=1%3E Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 1: The Evolution of Modesty, The Phenomena of Sexual Periodicity, Auto-Eroticism H. Ellis 0 Masturbation 2012 2016-07-20
https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=rPohFHqyrZ4C&pgis=1%3E With the Hand: A Cultural History of Masturbation M. van Driel 0 Masturbation 2012 2016-07-20
https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=W0FoAgAAQBAJ&pgis=1%3E Primate Sexuality: Comparative Studies of the Prosimians, Monkeys, Apes and Humans A. Dixson 0 Masturbation 2013 2016-07-20
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0003347283712716 Human sperm competition: ejaculate adjustment by males and the function of masturbation R. Baker et al. 0 Masturbation 1993 2016-07-20
Specializations of the human visual system: The monkey model meets human reality T. Preuss 0 Magnocellular Retinal Ganglion Cell Size 2004 2016-07-20
Acquisition of bipedalism: the Miocene hominoid record and modern analogues for bipedal protohominids. M. Nakatsukasa 0 Lumbar Lordosis 2004 2016-07-19
The pelvis and femur of Ardipithecus ramidus: the emergence of upright walking. O. Lovejoy et al. 0 Lumbar Lordosis 2009 2016-07-19
The natural history of human gait and posture. Part 1. Spine and pelvis. C. Lovejoy 0 Lumbar Lordosis 2005 2016-07-19
The thoracic and lumbar vertebrae B. Latimer et al. 0 Lumbar Lordosis 1993 2016-07-19
Vertebrae numbers of the early hominid lumbar spine. M. Haeusler et al. 0 Lumbar Lordosis 2002 2016-07-19
Emergence and optimization of upright posture among hominiform hominoids and the evolutionary pathophysiology of back pain. A. Filler 0 Lumbar Lordosis 2007 2016-07-19
Lumbosacral lordosis in fetal spine: genetic or mechanic parameter. E. Choufani et al. 0 Lumbar Lordosis 2009 2016-07-19
L1 retrotransposition occurs mainly in embryogenesis and creates somatic mosaicism. H. Kano et al. 0 Long Interspersed Elements (LINEs) Types and Distribution 2009 2016-07-19
Enlarged limbic structures in the human brain: the anterior thalamus and medial mamillary body. E. Armstrong 0 Limbic Thalamic Nuclei Size 1986 2016-07-19
Leptin receptor isoform 219.1: an example of protein evolution by LINE-1-mediated human-specific retrotransposition of a coding SVA element. A. Damert et al. 0 LEPR (Leptin receptor) 2004 2016-07-19
Lys656Asn polymorphism of leptin receptor gene and metabolic syndrome in obese patients. D. De Luis et al. 0 LEPR (Leptin receptor) 2011 2016-07-19
Right-Left Asymmetrics in the Brain A. Galaburda et al. 0 Left Occipital-Right Frontal Petalia Torque Asymmetry 1978 2016-07-19
Cortical asymmetries in frontal lobes of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). D. Falk et al. 0 Left Occipital-Right Frontal Petalia Torque Asymmetry 1990 2016-07-19
Shared pattern of endocranial shape asymmetries among great apes, anatomically modern humans, and fossil hominins. A. Balzeau et al. 0 Left Occipital-Right Frontal Petalia Torque Asymmetry 2011 2016-07-19
The evolution and functions of laughter and humor: a synthetic approach. M. Gervais et al. 0 Laughing 2005 2016-07-19
Prelinguistic evolution in early hominins: whence motherese? D. Falk 0 Laughing 2004 2016-07-19
Bridging the bonding gap: the transition from primates to humans. R. Dunbar 0 Laughing 2012 2016-07-19
Gain, loss and divergence in primate zinc-finger genes: a rich resource for evolution of gene regulatory differences between species. K. Nowick et al. 0 Kruppel-type Zinc Finger Family 2011 2016-07-19
Human type I hair keratin pseudogene phihHaA has functional orthologs in the chimpanzee and gorilla: evidence for recent inactivation of the human gene after the Pan-Homo divergence. H. Winter et al. 0 KRT41P (keratin 41 pseudogene) 2001 2016-07-19
Variable NK cell receptors exemplified by human KIR3DL1/S1. P. Parham et al. 0 KIR3DL1 (killer cell immunoglobulin-like receptor, three domains, long cytoplasmic tail, 1) 2011 2016-07-19
Chimpanzees use more varied receptors and ligands than humans for inhibitory killer cell Ig-like receptor recognition of the MHC-C1 and MHC-C2 epitopes. A. Moesta et al. 0 Killer Inhibitory Receptor Composition 2009 2016-07-19
http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/370/1663/20140070.abstract The role of invasive trophoblast in implantation and placentation of primates A. Carter et al. 0 Invasive Trophoblast Implantation and Placentation 2015 2016-07-19
Framing postpartum hemorrhage as a consequence of human placental biology: an evolutionary and comparative perspective. E. Abrams et al. 0 Invasive Trophoblast Implantation and Placentation 2011 2016-07-19
Glycodelin-A protein interacts with Siglec-6 protein to suppress trophoblast invasiveness by down-regulating extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK)/c-Jun signaling pathway. K. Lam et al. 0 Invasive Trophoblast Implantation and Placentation 2011 2016-07-19
Maternal activating KIRs protect against human reproductive failure mediated by fetal HLA-C2. S. Hiby et al. 0 Invasive Trophoblast Implantation and Placentation 2010 2016-07-19
Latest advances in understanding preeclampsia C. Redman et al. 0 Invasive Trophoblast Implantation and Placentation 2005 2016-07-19
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2694065 Competitive and Cooperative Responses to Climatic Instability in Coastal Southern California D. Kennett et al. 0 Intra-Specific Aggression, Intraspecific Aggression 2000 2016-07-19
Mother Nature: A History of Mothers, Infants and Natural Selection S. Hrdy 0 Intra-Specific Aggression, Intraspecific Aggression, Placentophagia 1999 2016-07-19
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12110-010-9094-0 Interpersonal Aggression among Aka Hunter-Gatherers of the Central African Republic N. Hess et al. 0 Intra-Specific Aggression, Intraspecific Aggression 2010 2016-07-19
Increase of tyrosine hydroxylase and dopamine transporter mRNA levels in ventral tegmental area of male mice under influence of repeated aggression experience. M. Filipenko et al. 0 Intra-Specific Aggression, Intraspecific Aggression 2001 2016-07-19
Coalition formation in a colony of prepubertal spotted hyenas (Crocuta crocuta) C. Zabel et al. 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1992 2016-07-19
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4534085 An Ecological Model of Female-Bonded Primate Groups R. Wrangham 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1980 2016-07-19
Modifying the body: motivations for getting tattooed and pierced. S. Wohlrab et al. 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 2007 2016-07-19
http://www.jstor.org/stable/3630897 From Spears to M-16s: Testing the Imbalance of Power Hypothesis among the Enga P. Wiessner 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 2006 2016-07-19
http://www.jstor.org/stable/280450 Style and Social Information in Kalahari San Projectile Points P. Wiessner 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1983 2016-07-19
Cooperation in competition: the ecology of primate bonds. J. van Hoof et al. 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1992 2016-07-19
The Evolution of Violence T. Shackelford et al. 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 2014 2016-07-19
http://jce.sagepub.com/content/16/4/395.abstract Marks of Mischief: Becoming and Being Tattooed C. Sanders 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1988 2016-07-19
http://www.jstor.org/stable/177650 Poor Man, Rich Man, Big-Man, Chief: Political Types in Melanesia and Polynesia M. Sahlins 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1963 2016-07-19
Altruism in coati bands: nepotism or reciprocity J. Russell 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1983 2016-07-19
Why lions form groups: food is not enough C. Packer et al. 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1990 2016-07-19
http://journals.plos.org/plosgenetics/article?id=10.1371/journal.pgen.1003763 Dynamics of DNA Methylation in Recent Human and Great Ape Evolution I. Hernando-Herraez et al. 0 Epigenetic Markings 2013 2016-07-19
http://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2016/07/13/science.aaf7943.full.pdf+html Early Neolithic genomes from the eastern Fertile Crescent F. Broushaki et al. 0 2016 2016-07-19
Ashanti R. Rattray 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1923 2016-07-19
Sexual selection and the psychology of intergroup conflict C. Navarrete et al. 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 2014 2016-07-19
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4235834 Sex, Coalitions, and Politics in Preindustrial Societies B. Low 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1992 2016-07-19
Human female reproductive strategies W. Irons 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1983 2016-07-19
The evolutionary context of human development: the cooperative breeding model S. Hrdy 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 2005 2016-07-19
http://www.jstor.org/stable/665548 The Turkana Age Organization P. Gulliver 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1958 2016-07-19
FITNESS BENEFITS OF COALITIONARY AGGRESSION IN MALE CHIMPANZEES. I. Gilby et al. 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 2013 2016-07-19
The role of alliances in social inheritance of rank among female primates B. Chapais 0 Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1992 2016-07-19
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2743773 The Human Community as a Primate Society [and Comments] L. Rodseth et al. 0 Inter-group Coalition Formation 1991 2016-07-19
Elephant Sociality and Complexity : The Scientific Evidence J. Poole et al. 0 Inter-group Coalition Formation 2008 2016-07-19
The Yanomamo N. Chagnon 0 Inter-group Coalition Formation, Intra-group Coalitions/Alliances 1968 2016-07-19
Toward a life history of the hominidae B. Smith et al. 0 Inter-birth Intervals 1995 2016-07-18
Evolutionary ecology of human life history. R. Mace 0 Inter-birth Intervals 2000 2016-07-18
From the ape's dilemma to the weanling's dilemma: early weaning and its evolutionary context. G. Kennedy 0 Inter-birth Intervals 2005 2016-07-18
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2408653 Life History Variation in Primates P. Harvey et al. 0 Inter-birth Intervals 1985 2016-07-18
Life history invariants: some explorations of symmetry in evolutionary ecology. E. Charnov 0 Inter-birth Intervals 1993 2016-07-18
Spontaneous innovation for future deception in a male chimpanzee. M. Osvath et al. 0 Intentional Deception 2012 2016-07-18
http://journals.cambridge.org/article_S0140525X00076512 Does the chimpanzee have a theory of mind? D. Premack et al. 0 Intentional Deception 1978 2016-07-18
The Folly of Fools: The Logic of Deceit and Self-Deception in Human Life R. Trivers 0 Intentional Deception 2011 2016-07-18
Monkeys crying wolf? Tufted capuchin monkeys use anti-predator calls to usurp resources from conspecifics. B. Wheeler 0 Intentional Deception 2009 2016-07-18
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2803931 Cognitive Evolution in Primates: Evidence from Tactical Deception R. Byrne et al. 0 Intentional Deception, Prevarication 1992 2016-07-18
A group of young chimpanzees in a one-acre field: Leadership and communication E. Menzel 0 Intentional Deception 1974 2016-07-18
Injury-Feigning in Nesting Birds H. Swarth 0 Intentional Deception 1935 2016-07-18
Intentional Deception in Primates F. De Waal 0 Intentional Deception 1992 2016-07-18
The primate semicircular canal system and locomotion. F. Spoor et al. 0 Inner Ear Canal Morphology 2007 2016-07-18
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0047248496900184 Evidence for a link between human semicircular canal size and bipedal behaviour F. Spoor et al. 0 Inner Ear Canal Morphology 1996 2016-07-18
Restricted replication of a cold-adapted reassortant influenza A virus in the lower respiratory tract of chimpanzees. M. Snyder et al. 0 Influenza A Infection 1986 2016-07-18
Ontogeny of locomotion in mountain gorillas and chimpanzees. D. Doran 0 Infant Locomotor Development 1997 2016-07-18
Locomotor and postural development of wild chimpanzees. L. Sarringhaus et al. 0 Infant Locomotor Development 2014 2016-07-18
Ontogeny of human locomotor control. I. Infant stepping, supported locomotion and transition to independent locomotion. H. Forssberg 0 Infant Locomotor Development 1985 2016-07-18
A 360-kb interchromosomal duplication of the human HYDIN locus. N. Doggett et al. 0 HYDIN (Hydrocephalus inducing homolog) 2006 2016-07-18
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2234243/ Mutations in Hydin impair ciliary motility in mice K. Lechtreck et al. 0 HYDIN (Hydrocephalus inducing homolog) 2008 2016-07-18
Discrimination of complete hydatidiform mole from its mimics by immunohistochemistry of the paternally imprinted gene product p57KIP2. D. Castrillon et al. 0 Hydatiform Moles 2001 2016-07-18
Complete hydatidiform mole with a coexisting embryo R. Baergen et al. 0 Hydatiform Moles 1996 2016-07-18
The developmental brain gene NPAS3 contains the largest number of accelerated regulatory sequences in the human genome. G. Kamm et al. 0 Human Accelerated Regions (HARs) and Changes in Conserved Sequences 2013 2016-07-18
Forces shaping the fastest evolving regions in the human genome. K. Pollard et al. 0 Human Accelerated Regions (HARs) and Changes in Conserved Sequences 2006 2016-07-18
Detection of nonneutral substitution rates on mammalian phylogenies. K. Pollard et al. 0 Human Accelerated Regions (HARs) and Changes in Conserved Sequences 2010 2016-07-18
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2942038/ Noncoding Sequences Near Duplicated Genes Evolve Rapidly D. Kostka et al. 0 Human Accelerated Regions (HARs) and Changes in Conserved Sequences 2010 2016-07-18
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02735477 Homosexual behavior in primates: A review of evidence and theory P. Vasey 0 Homosexual Behavior 1995 2016-07-18
Homosexual behavior in wild Sumatran orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus abelii). E. Fox 0 Homosexual Behavior 2001 2016-07-18
http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/B:IJOP.0000019163.09540.17 Female Genito-genital Rubbing in a Group of Captive Chimpanzees S. Anestis 0 Homosexual Behavior 2004 2016-07-18
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/004724849290071G The thermoregulatory advantages of large body size for hominids foraging in savannah environments P. Wheeler 0 Home Range Size 1992 2016-07-18
The influence of bipedalism on the energy and water budgets of early hominids P. Wheeler 0 Home Range Size 1991 2016-07-18
http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/life-sciences/biological-anthropology-and-primatology/neanderthals-and-modern-humans-ecological-and-evolutionary-perspective Neanderthals and Modern Humans: An Ecological and Evolutionary Perspective C. Finlayson 0 Home Range Size 2009 2016-07-18
Settling the Earth: The Archaeology of Deep Human History C. Gamble 0 Home Range Size 2013 2016-07-18
An ecomorphological model of the initial hominid dispersal from Africa. S. Antón et al. 0 Home Range Size 2002 2016-07-18

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