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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2015

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.
Aronoff, M. Thoughts on Morphology and Cultural Evolution. In: Semantics of Complex Words. Springer International. 2015, p.277-288.
Speth, J. When Did Humans Learn To Boil?. PaleoAnthropology. Paleoanthropology Society . 2015;2015:In-Press.
Gintis, H, van Schaik, C, Boehm, C. Zoon politikon. Current Anthropology. JSTOR. 2015;56:327-353.

2014

Stiner, M, Buitenhuis, H, Duru, G, Kuhn, S, Mentzer, S, Munro, N, Quade, J, Tsartsidou, G, Özbaşaran, M. A forager-herder trade off, from broad spectrum hunting to sheep management at Aşıklı Höyük, Turkey. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014;111(23):8409-9.
Tomasello, M. A Natural History of Human Thinking. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 2014.
Autrey, M, Reamer, L, Mareno, M, Sherwood, C, Herndon, J, Preuss, T, Schapiro, S, Hopkins, W. Age-related effects in the neocortical organization of chimpanzees: Gray and white matter volume, cortical thickness, and gyrification. Neuroimage. 2014;101C:59-67.
Hewlett, B, Winn, S. Allomaternal Nursing in Humans. Current Anthropology. 2014;55:200-229.
Yamamoto, F, Cid, E, Yamamoto, M, Saitou, N, Bertranpetit, J, Blancher, A. An integrative evolution theory of histo-blood group ABO and related genes. Sci Rep. 2014;4:6601.
Preuss, T, Robert, J. Animal models of the human brain: Repairing the paradigm. In: Gazzaniga, M, Mangun, E, eds. The Cognitive Neurosciences . Cambridge: MIT Press. 2014;5:59-66.
Marchant, L, McGrew, W, Jobling, M, Hollox, E, Kivisild, T, Tyler-Smith, C. Ape Conservation, 2nd. Garland Science. 2014;Human Evolutionary Genetics:246.
Tackney, J, Cawthon, R, Coxworth, J, Hawkes, K. Blood cell telomere lengths and shortening rates of chimpanzee and human females. Am J Hum Biol. United States. 2014;26:452-60.
Cela-Conde, C, Ayala, F. Brain keys in the appreciation of beauty: a tale of two worlds. Rendiconti Lincei. 2014;25:277-284.
Trevathan, W, Rosenberg, K. Caesarean section. Evol Med Public Health. 2014;2014:164.
Davidson, I. Cognitive Evolution and Origins of Language and Speech. In: Smith, C, eds. Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer. 2014, p.1530-1543.

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