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    • Distribution of a Chimpanzee Social Custom Is Explained by Matrilineal Relationship Rather Than Conformity 

      Wrangham, Richard W.; Koops, Kathelijne; Machanda, Zarin Pearl; Worthington, Steven; Bernard, Andrew B.; Brazeau, Nicholas F.; Donovan, Ronan; Rosen, Jeremiah; Wilke, Claudia; Otali, Emily; Muller, Martin N. (Elsevier BV, 2016)
      High-arm grooming is a form of chimpanzee grooming in which two individuals mutually groom while each raising one arm. Palm-to-palm clasping (PPC) is a distinct style of high-arm grooming in which the grooming partners ...
    • The evolution of anthropoid molar proportions 

      Carter, Katherine E.; Worthington, Steven (BioMed Central, 2016)
      Background: Developmental processes that underpin morphological variation have become a focus of interest when attempting to interpret macroevolutionary patterns. Recently, the Dental Inhibitory Cascade (dic) model has ...
    • News and views: Non-metric dental traits and hominin phylogeny 

      Carter, Katherine Elizabeth; Worthington, Steven; Smith, Tanya (Elsevier BV, 2014)
      Analyses of hominin dental remains conventionally include measurements of tooth crown sizes and descriptions of occlusal morphology such as minor accessory cusps, fissure patterns, and ridges (e.g., Wood, 1981, Aiello and ...