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The evolution of mammalian brain size
JB Smaers, RS Rothman, DR Hudson, AM Balanoff, B Beatty, ...
Science Advances 7 (18), eabe2101, 2021
1082021
Tempo and pattern of avian brain size evolution
DT Ksepka, AM Balanoff, NA Smith, GS Bever, BAS Bhullar, E Bourdon, ...
Current Biology 30 (11), 2026-2036. e3, 2020
942020
Exercise-induced bone formation is poorly linked to local strain magnitude in the sheep tibia
IJ Wallace, B Demes, C Mongle, OM Pearson, JD Polk, DE Lieberman
PloS one 9 (6), e99108, 2014
602014
Expanded character sampling underscores phylogenetic stability of Ardipithecus ramidus as a basal hominin
CS Mongle, DS Strait, FE Grine
Journal of Human Evolution 131, 28-39, 2019
522019
A multiple variance Brownian motion framework for estimating variable rates and inferring ancestral states
JB Smaers, CS Mongle, A Kandler
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 118 (1), 78-94, 2016
402016
Drimolen cranium DNH 155 documents microevolution in an early hominin species
JM Martin, AB Leece, S Neubauer, SE Baker, CS Mongle, G Boschian, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 5 (1), 38-45, 2021
382021
Evolution and function of the hominin forefoot
PJ Fernández, CS Mongle, L Leakey, DJ Proctor, CM Orr, BA Patel, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (35), 8746-8751, 2018
372018
evomap: R package for the evolutionary mapping of continuous traits
JB Smaers, CS Mongle
GitHub (https://github. com/JeroenSmaers/evomap), 2014
292014
Cross‐sectional structural variation relative to midshaft along hominine diaphyses. II. The hind limb
CS Mongle, IJ Wallace, FE Grine
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 158 (3), 398-407, 2015
192015
Complete permanent mandibular dentition of early Homo from the upper Burgi Member of the Koobi Fora Formation, Ileret, Kenya
FE Grine, MG Leakey, PN Gathago, FH Brown, CS Mongle, D Yang, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 131, 152-175, 2019
152019
The Nasal Complex of a Semiaquatic Artiodactyl, the Moose (Alces alces): Is it a Good Evolutionary Model for the Ancestors of Cetaceans?
S Márquez, AS Pagano, CS Mongle, KH Albertine, JT Laitman
The Anatomical Record 302 (5), 667-692, 2019
152019
Cross‐sectional structural variation relative to midshaft along hominine diaphyses. I. The forelimb
CS Mongle, IJ Wallace, FE Grine
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 158 (3), 386-397, 2015
152015
Age-related variation in limb bone diaphyseal structure among Inuit foragers from Point Hope, northern Alaska
IJ Wallace, A Nesbitt, C Mongle, ES Gould, FE Grine
Archives of osteoporosis 9, 1-11, 2014
142014
The taxonomic attribution of African hominin postcrania from the Miocene through the Pleistocene: Associations and assumptions
FE Grine, CS Mongle, JG Fleagle, AS Hammond
Journal of Human Evolution 173, 103255, 2022
132022
evomap: R package for the evolutionary mapping of continuous traits: Github
JB Smaers, CS Mongle
132014
On the accuracy and theoretical underpinnings of the multiple variance Brownian motion approach for estimating variable rates and inferring ancestral states
JB Smaers, CS Mongle
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121 (1), 229-238, 2017
122017
Further human fossils from the middle stone age deposits of die Kelders cave 1, Western Cape Province, South Africa
FE Grine, CW Marean, JT Faith, W Black, CS Mongle, E Trinkaus, ...
Journal of human evolution 109, 70-78, 2017
112017
Allometry, evolution and development of neocortex size in mammals
JB Smaers, CS Mongle, K Safi, DKN Dechmann
Progress in brain research 250, 83-107, 2019
102019
Secular trends in cranial size and shape among black South Africans over the late 19th and 20th centuries
FE Grine, C Lee, CS Mongle, BK Billings, IJ Wallace, V Mngomezulu
Annals of Human Biology 47 (5), 446-456, 2020
72020
An updated analysis of hominin phylogeny with an emphasis on re-evaluating the phylogenetic relationships of Australopithecus sediba
CS Mongle, DS Strait, FE Grine
Journal of Human Evolution 175, 103311, 2023
62023
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