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Moral Identity in Friendships between Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Students and Straight Students in College
Evolution of Brain and Culture
Non-complicit
How Australopithecus provided insight into human evolution
Ethnozoology of the Maya
experimental study of turtle shell rattle production and the implications for prehistoric faunal assemblages
Interpreting Sulci on Hominin Endocasts
Annual War Deaths in Small-Scale versus State Societies Scale with Population Size Rather than Violence
Pre-Clovis occupation 14,550 years ago at the Page-Ladson site, Florida, and the peopling of the Americas
Price of Opportunity
Zooarchaeological Analysis of Faunal Remains Recovered from Sands Key #2 (8D2) (SEAC Accession #1930), Biscayne National Park, Miami-Dade County Florida.
Sexuality-Free Careers?
Identification of In Vivo Sulci on the External Surface of Eight Adult Chimpanzee Brains
More on Asperger’s Career
Valorizing Trump's Masculine Self
Pests in the Garden: Testing the Garden-Hunting Model at the Rutherford-Kizer Site, Sumner County, Tennessee
Zooarchaeological Remains from the 1998 Fewkes Site Excavations, Williamson County, Tennessee
Implementing Obamacare
Zooarchaeological Analysis of a Multicomponent Shell-Bearing Site in Davidson County, Tennessee
A Critical Evaluation of the Down Syndrome Diagnosis for LB1, Type Specimen of Homo floresiensis
Foodways Archaeology
cerebral cortex of Albert Einstein
Final Performance Report, November 1, 2012 – June 30, 2018
Are cetaceans neuroanatomically sophisticated? Absolute brain size may be the key.
Zooarchaeological Analysis of Faunal Remains Recovered from Totten Key (8DA3439) (SEAC Accession #2628), Biscayne National Park, Miami-Dade County Florida.
Gender Composition of the Occupation, Sexual Orientation, and Mental Health in Young Adulthood
Mediation analysis of relationships between chronic inflammation and quality of life in older adults
Shell-Bearing Archaic in the Middle Cumberland River Valley
No Easy Occupation
Einstein’s Brain
Recent Research in the Middle Cumberland River Valley