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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Striedter, G, Belgard, T, Chen, C, Davis, F, Finlay, B, Gunturkun, O, Hale, M, Harris, J, Hecht, E, Hof, P, Hofmann, H, Holland, L, Iwaniuk, A, Jarvis, E, Karten, H, Katz, P, Kristan, W, Macagno, E, Mitra, P, Moroz, L, Preuss, T, Ragsdale, C, Sherwood, C, Stevens, C, Stuttgen, M, Tsumoto, T, Wilczynski, W. NSF workshop report: discovering general principles of nervous system organization by comparing brain maps across species. Brain Behav Evol. Switzerland. 2014;83:1-8.
Taylor, A, Cheke, L, Waismeyer, A, Meltzoff, A, Miller, R, Gopnik, A, Clayton, N, Gray, R. Of babies and birds: complex tool behaviours are not sufficient for the evolution of the ability to create a novel causal intervention. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 2014;281.
Navarro, A, Faria, R. Pool and conquer: new tricks for (c)old problems. Mol Ecol. 2014;23:1653-5.
Wunderlich, S, Kircher, M, Vieth, B, Haase, A, Merkert, S, Beier, J, Göhring, G, Glage, S, Schambach, A, Curnow, E, Pääbo, S, Martin, U, Enard, W. Primate iPS cells as tools for evolutionary analyses. Stem Cell Res. 2014;12:622-9.
Finch, C, Austad, S. Primate Models for Human Brain Aging and Neurological Diseases. Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics. New York: NY: Springer. 2014;34:139-170.
Aronoff, M, Lindsay, M. Productivity, Blocking, and Lexicalization. In: Lieber, R, Štekauer, P, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Derivational Morphology. Oxford University Press. 2014, p.67-83.
Sejnowski, T, Poizner, H, Lynch, G, Gepshtein, S, Greenspan, R. Prospective Optimization. Proc IEEE Inst Electr Electron Eng. 2014;102(5).
Sejnowski, T, Churchland, P, Movshon, J. Putting big data to good use in neuroscience. Nat Neurosci. 2014;17:1440-1.
Padler-Karavani, V, Hurtado-Ziola, N, Chang, Y, Sonnenburg, J, Ronaghy, A, Yu, H, Verhagen, A, Nizet, V, Chen, X, Varki, N, Varki, A, Angata, T. Rapid evolution of binding specificities and expression patterns of inhibitory CD33-related Siglecs in primates. FASEB J, 2013/12/07. 2014;28(3):1280-93.
Darby, R, Henniger, N, Harris, C. Reactions to Physician-Inspired Shame and Guilt. Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 2014;36:9-26.
Saker, P, Farrell, M, Adib, F, Egan, G, McKinley, M, Denton, D. Regional brain responses associated with drinking water during thirst and after its satiation. Proc Natl Acad Sci. 2014;111(14):5379-5384.
T.H, W, McGrew, W, Marchant, L, Payne, C, Hunt, K. Selective insectivory at Toro-Semliki, Uganda: Comparative analyses suggest no ‘savanna’chimpanzee pattern. Journal of Human Evolution. 2014;71:20-27.
Sejnowski, T. Summary: Cognition in 2014. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 2014;79:237-41.
Keeney, J, Dumas, L, Sikela, J. The case for DUF1220 domain dosage as a primary contributor to anthropoid brain expansion. Front Hum Neurosci. Switzerland. 2014;8:427.
Dennett, D. The Evolution of Reasons. In: Bashour, B, Muller, H, eds. Contemporary Philosophical Naturalism and Its Implications. London: Routledge. 2014, p.47-62.
Patel, A. The evolutionary biology of musical rhythm: was darwin wrong?. PLoS Biol. United States. 2014;12(3):e1001821.
Boehm, C. The Moral Consequences of Social Selection. Behaviour. 2014;151(2-3):167-183.
Boehm, C. The Moral Consequences of Social Selection. In: De Waal, F, Churchland, P, Pievani, T, Parmigiani, S, eds. Evolved Morality: The Biology and Philosophy of Human Conscience. Boston: Brill. 2014.
Hecht, E, Gutman, D, Bradley, B, Preuss, T, Stout, D. Virtual dissection and comparative connectivity of the superior longitudinal fasciculus in chimpanzees and humans. Neuroimage. 2014;108C:124-137.

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