CARTA-inspired Publications

CARTA encourages transdisciplinary research to advance our understanding of human origins through its symposium series. CARTA symposia provide a forum for researchers in varied fields to come together "to explore and explain the human phenomenon.” Member interactions continue after symposia and via the web site. This page lists examples of publications inspired by interactions amongst CARTA members. The list will be updated periodically.

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Tierney, J, Ummenhofer, C, deMenocal, P. Past and future rainfall in the Horn of Africa. Sci Adv. 2015;1:e1500682.
Jarvinen, A, Ng, R, Crivelli, D, Neumann, D, Grichanik, M, Arnold, A, Lai, P, Trauner, D, Bellugi, U. Patterns of Sensitivity to Emotion in Children with Williams Syndrome and Autism: Relations Between Autonomic Nervous System Reactivity and Social Functioning. J Autism Dev Disord. 2015.
Gagneux, P, Wright, J. Primate Groups and their Correlates. In: International Encyclopedia Of The Social & Behavioral Sciences , 2nd. Oxford: Elsevier. 2015;18:897-903.
Trevathan, W. Primate pelvic anatomy and implications for birth. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2015;370(1663):20140065.
Denli, A, Narvaiza, I, Kerman, B, Pena, M, Benner, C, Marchetto, M, Diedrich, J, Aslanian, A, Ma, J, Moresco, J, Moore, L, Hunter, T, Saghatelian, A, Gage, F. Primate-Specific ORF0 Contributes to Retrotransposon-Mediated Diversity. Cell. Cell Press. 2015;163:583-93.
Pearson, J, Meskell, L, Nakamura, C, Larsen, C. Reconciling the Body: Signifying Flesh, Maturity, and Age at Çatalhöyük. In: Hodder, I, Marciniak, A, eds. Assembling Çatalhöyük. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 2015, p.75-86.
Lieberman, P. Review: The Science of Language: Interviews with James McGilvray by Noam Chomsky. Modern Language Review. Modern Humanities Research Association. 2015;110(1):222-224.
Sadvari, J, Charles, M, Ruff, C, Carter, T, Vasiæ, M, Larsen, C, Mayer, DBar-Yosef, Doherty, C. Roles for the Sexes: the (Bio)archaeology of Women and Men at Çatalhöyük. In: Hodder, I, Marciniak, A, eds. Assembling Çatalhöyük. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 2015, p.87-95.
Schwarz, F, Pearce, O, Wang, X, Samraj, A, Laubli, H, Garcia, J, Lin, H, Fu, X, Garcia-Bingman, A, Secrest, P, Romanoski, C, Heyser, C, Glass, C, Hazen, S, Varki, N, Varki, A, Gagneux, P. Siglec receptors impact mammalian lifespan by modulating oxidative stress. Elife. 2015;4.
Wroblewski, E, Norman, P, Guethlein, L, Rudicell, R, Ramirez, M, Li, Y, Hahn, B, Pusey, A, Parham, P. Signature Patterns of MHC Diversity in Three Gombe Communities of Wild Chimpanzees Reflect Fitness in Reproduction and Immune Defense against SIVcpz. PLoS Biol. 2015;13:e1002144.
Pearson, J, Haddow, S, Hillson, S, Knüsel, C, Larsen, C, Sadvari, J. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis and dietary reconstruction through the life course at Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Journal of Social Archaeology. SAGE Publications. 2015;15:210-232.
Pearson, J, Bogaard, A, Charles, M, Hillson, S, Larsen, C, Russell, N, Twiss, K. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis at Neolithic Çatalhöyük: evidence for human and animal diet and their relationship to households. Journal of Archaeological Science . 2015;57:69 - 79.
Gagneux, P, Goldstein, D. Sweetness in Human Evolution. In: Oxford Companion to Sweets. Oxford University Press. 2015, p.718-721.
Plomp, KA, Viðarsdóttir, UStrand, Weston, DA, Dobney, K, Collard, M. The ancestral shape hypothesis: an evolutionary explanation for the occurrence of intervertebral disc herniation in humans. BMC Evol Biol. 2015;15:68.
Jorgenson, L, Newsome, W, Anderson, D, Bargmann, C, Brown, E, Deisseroth, K, Donoghue, J, Hudson, K, Ling, G, MacLeish, P, Marder, E, Normann, R,, Schnitzer, M, Sejnowski, T, Tank, D, Tsien, R, Ugurbil, K, Wingfield, J. The BRAIN Initiative: developing technology to catalyse neuroscience discovery. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 2015.
Lappalainen, I, Almeida-King, J, Kumanduri, V, Senf, A, Spalding, J, Ur-Rehman, S, Saunders, G, Kandasamy, J, Caccamo, M, Leinonen, R, Vaughan, B, Laurent, T, Rowland, F, Marin-Garcia, P, Barker, J, Jokinen, P, Torres, A, Argila, JR, d, Llobet, O, Medina, I, Puy, M, Alberich, M, de la Torre, S, Navarro, A, Paschall, J, Flicek, P. The European Genome-phenome Archive of human data consented for biomedical research. Nat Genet. 2015;47:692-5.
Lieberman, P, McCarthy, R. The Evolution of Speech and Language. In: Henke, W, Tattersall, I, eds. Handbook of Paleoanthropology, 2nd. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 2015.
Wiggins, G, Tyack, P, Scharff, C, Rohrmeier, M. The evolutionary roots of creativity: mechanisms and motivations. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2015;370:20140099.
Bogin, B, Varela-Silva, I. The Maya Project: A mirror for human growth in biocultural perspectives. In: Sikdar, M, eds. Human Growth: The Mirror of the Society. Delhi: India: B.R. Publishing Corporation. 2015, p.3-23.
Haidle, M, Bolus, M, Collard, M, Conard, N, Garofoli, D, Lombard, M, Nowell, A, Tennie, C, Whiten, A. The Nature of Culture: an eight-grade model for the evolution and expansion of cultural capacities in hominins and other animals. Journal of Anthropological Sciences. 2015;93:43-70.
Churchland, P. The Power of Brains to Keep Growing. The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones & Company. 2015.
Marchant, L. The “Joys” of Frodo. In: The Jane Effect: CelebratingJane Goodall. San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press. 2015, p.124-126.