# Bibliography

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1999
. 1999. The raw and the stolen: cooking and the ecology of human origins. Current Anthropology 40:567–594.
1998
Pilbeam D. 1998. Afterward. In: Neandertals and Modern Humans in Western {Asia}. Neandertals and Modern Humans in Western {Asia}. New York: Plenum Press. p 523–527.
1997
. 1997. A Hominoid genus from the Early Miocene of Uganda. Science 276:401–404.
1996
. 1996. \\emphAustralopithecus bahrelghazali, une nouvelle espèce d'hominidé ancien de la région de Koro Toro (Tchad). Comptes Rendus de la Academie des Sciences, série Ia 322:907–913.
Andrews PJ, and Pilbeam D. 1996. The nature of the evidence. Nature 379:123–124.
1993
Bar-Yosef O, and Pilbeam D. 1993. Dating hominid remains. Nature 366:415.
1992
Deacon TW. 1992. Biological aspects of language. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 128–133.
Aiello LC. 1992. Body size and energy requirements. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 41–45.
Jones S, Martin R, and Pilbeam D. 1992. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Roberts N. 1992. Climatic change in the past. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 174–178.
Howells WW. 1992. The dispersion of modern humans. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 389–401.
Kelley J. 1992. Evolution of apes. In: The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Human Evolution. New York: Cambridge University Press. p 223–230.
Wood BA. 1992. Evolution of australopithecines. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 231–240.
Stringer CB. 1992. Evolution of early humans. In: The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Human Evolution. New York: Cambridge University Press. p 241–251.
Gingerich P. 1992. Evolution of prosimians. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 201.
Behrensmeyer AK. 1992. Fossil deposits and their investigation. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 187–190.
Potts R. 1992. The hominid way of life. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 325–334.
Deacon TW. 1992. The human brain. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 15–123.
Harris DR. 1992. Human diet and subsistence. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 69–74.
McNeill Alexander AR. 1992. Human locomotion. In: The {Cambridge} Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The {Cambridge} Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 80–85.
Dean C. 1992. Jaws and teeth. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 56–59.
Whybrow PJ. 1992. Land movements and species dispersal. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 169–173.
Brown FH. 1992. Methods of dating. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 179–186.
Jones S. 1992. The nature of evolution. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 9–16.
Cartmill M. 1992. Non-human primates. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 24–32.
Deacon TW. 1992. Primate brains and senses. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 109–114.
Fleagle J. 1992. Primate locomotion and posture. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 75–79.
van der Merwe NJ. 1992. Reconstructing prehistoric diet. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 369–372.
Foley R. 1992. Studying human evolution by analogy. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 335–340.
Binford LR. 1992. Subsistence - a key to the past. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 365–368.
Gowlett JAJ. 1992. Tools - the Paleolithic record. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 350–360.
Martin R. 1992. Walking on two legs. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p 78.
1986
Kelley J, and Pilbeam D. 1986. The dryopithecines: taxonomy, anatomy and phylogeny of Miocene large hominoids. In: Swindler DR Comparative Primate Biology. Volume 1: Systematics, Evolution and Anatomy. Comparative Primate Biology. Volume 1: Systematics, Evolution and Anatomy. New York: Alan R. Liss. p 361–411.
Cartmill M, Pilbeam D, and Isaac. 1986. One hundred years of paleoanthropology. American Scientist 74:410–420.
1984
. 1984. An alternative method of estimatinmg the cranial capacity of Olduvai Hominid 7. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 65:71–82.
1975
Conroy GC, and Pilbeam D. 1975. Ramapithecus: A review of its hominid status. In: Tuttle R Paleoanthropology, Morphology and Paleoecology. Paleoanthropology, Morphology and Paleoecology. The Hague: Mouton. p 59–86.
1972
Simons EL, and Pilbeam D. 1972. Hominoid paleoprimatology. In: Tuttle R The Functional and Evolutionary Biology of the Primates. The Functional and Evolutionary Biology of the Primates. Chicago: Aldine. p 32–62.

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