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Submissions from 2019

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Population Genetic Structure of Vervet Monkeys in South Africa, Willem G. Coetzer, Joseph G. Lorenz, Nelson B. Freimer, and J. Paul Grobler

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Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerthrus), Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), and Humans (Homo sapiens): Studying Interactions Using Stable Isotope Analysis, Matt Sponheimer, James E. Loudon, J. Paul Grobler, Kimberly Moyer, and Joseph G. Lorenz

Submissions from 2018

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Salivary steroid hormone responses to dyadic table tennis competitions among Hong Kongese juvenile boys, Timothy S. McHale, Peter B. Gray, Ka-chun Chan, David T. Zava, and Wai-chi Chee

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Ancient human parallel lineages within North America contributed to a coastal expansion, C. L. Scheib, Hongjie Li, Tariq Desai, and Joseph G. Lorenz

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Morphological variation in the genus Chlorocebus: Ecogeographic and anthropogenically mediated variation in body mass, postcranial morphology, and growth, Trudy R. Turner, Christopher A. Schmitt, Jennifer Danzy Cramer, Joseph Lorenz, J. Paul Grobler, Clifford J. Jolly, and Nelson B. Freimer

Submissions from 2017

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Human Dispersal from Siberia to Beringia: Assessing a Beringian Standstill in Light of the Archaeological Evidence, Kelly E. Graf and Ian Buvit

Submissions from 2016

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Marked Variation Between Winter and Spring Gut Microbiota in Freeranging Tibetan Macaques (Macaca thibetana), Binghua Sun, Xi Wang, Sofi Bernstein, Michael A. Huffman, Dong-Po Xia, Zhiyuan Gu, Rui Chen, Lori K. Sheeran, R. Steven Wagner, and Jinhua Li

Submissions from 2015

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Variation in vervet (Chlorocebus aethiops) hair cortisol concentrations reflects ecological disturbance by humans, Nicolaas H. Fourie, Trudy R. Turner, Janine L. Brown, James D. Pampush, Joseph G. Lorenz, and Robin M. Bernstein

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Gorillas with White Sclera: A Naturally Occurring Variation in a Morphological Trait Linked to Social Cognitive Functions, Jessica A. Mayhew and Juan-Carlos Gómez

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Saffron Cod (Eleginus gracilis) in North Pacific Archaeology, Megan A. Partlow and Eric Munk

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The Enchantment of Agriculture: State Decentering and Irrigated Rice Production in Bali, Lene Pedersen and Wiwik Dharmiasih

Submissions from 2014

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“Give Me Back My Children!”: Traumatic Reenactment and Tenuous Democratic Public Spheres, Mark J. Auslander

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Hazards and the Work of Culture, Mark J. Auslander

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Male Tibetan Macaques’ (Macaca Thibetana) Choice of Infant Bridging Partners, Briana Bauer, Lori K. Sheeran, Megan D. Matheson, Jin-Hua Li, and R. Steven Wagner

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Rediscovering Ancient Inhabited Islands of the Pacific, Ian Buvit and Mike T. Carson

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Late Pleistocene Geology and Paleolithic Archaeology of the Shimaki Site, Hokkaido, Japan, Ian Buvit, Masami Izuho, Karisa Terry, Yorinao Shitaoka, Tsutomu Soda, and Dai Kunikita

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Investigating the Eolian Context of the Last Glacial Maximum Occupation at Kawanishi‐C, Hokkaido, Japan, Masami Izuho, Kazuhiro Hayashi, Yuichi Nakazawa, Tsutomu Soda, Noriyoshi Oda, Toshiro Yamahara, Minoru Kitazawa, and Ian Buvit

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Experimental Conversations: Sign Language Studies with Chimpanzees, Mary Lee Jensvold

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Using the Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Compositions of Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) to Examine Questions in Ethnoprimatology, James E. Loudon, J. Paul Grobler, Matt Sponheimer, Kimberly Moyer, Joseph G. Lorenz, and Trudy R. Turner

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Single-Grain Luminescence Dating of Sediment Surrounding a Possible Late Pleistocene Artifact from the Wenas Creek Mammoth Site, Pacific Northwest, USA, Patrick M. Lubinski, James Feathers, and Karl Lillquist

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Comparative methods for distinguishing flakes from geofacts: a case study from the Wenas Creek Mammoth site, Patrick M. Lubinski, Karisa Terry, and Patrick T. McCutcheon

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Behaviors that Predict Personality Components in Adult free-Ranging Tibetan Macaques (Macaca thibetana), Alexander J. Pritchard, Lori K. Sheeran, Kara I. Gabriel, Jin-Hua Li, and Ronald S. Wagner

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Park rangers' behaviors and their effects on tourists and Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) at Mt. Huangshan, China, Rie Usui, Lori K. Sheeran, Jin-hua Li, Lixing Sun, Xi Wang, Alexander J. Pritchard, Alexander S. DuVall-Lash, and R. Steve Wagner

Submissions from 2013

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Touching the Past: Materializing Time in Traumatic “Living History” Reenactments, Mark J. Auslander

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Sleeping Site Selection by Agile Gibbons: The Influence of Tree Stability, Fruit Availability and Predation Risk, Susan M. Cheyne, Andrea Höing, John Rinear, and Lori K. Sheeran

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Variation in Scrotal Color Among Widely Distributed Vervet Monkey Populations (Chlorocebus Aethiops Pygerythrus and Chlorocebus Aethiops Sabaeus), Jennifer Danzy Cramer, Tegan Gaetano, Joseph P. Gray, Paul Grobler, Joseph G. Lorenz, Nelson B. Freimer, Christopher A. Schmitt, and Trudy R. Turner

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What is adequate evidence for mass procurement of ungulates in zooarchaeology?, Patrick M. Lubinski

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Tourism and Infant-Directed Aggression in Tibetan Macaques (Macaca thibetana) at Mt. Huangshan, China, Sydney Self, Lori K. Sheeran, Megan D. Matheson, Jin-Hua Li, Oland Pelton, Sarah Harding, and R. Steven Wagner

Submissions from 2012

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Enslaved Labor and Building the Smithsonian: Reading the Stones, Mark J. Auslander

How Families Work Love, Labor and Mediated Oppositions in American Domestic Ritual, Mark J. Auslander

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Remembrance in the Cemetery: In Search of "The Accidental Slaveowner", Mark J. Auslander

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A Land of Diversity: Genetic Insights into Ancestral Origins, John R. Johnson, Brian M. Kemp, Cara Monroe, and Joseph G. Lorenz

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Evidence for Local Fish Catch In Zooarchaeology, Patrick M. Lubinski and Megan A. Partlow

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Use of gesture sequences in captive chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) play, Maureen S. McCarthy, Mary Lee Abshire Jensvold, and Deborah H. Fouts

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Noninvasive Saliva Collection for DNA Analyses From Free‐Ranging Tibetan Macaques (Macaca thibetana), N. D. Simons, Joseph G. Lorenz, Lori K. Sheeran, Jin-Hua Li, D. P. Xia, and R. Steven Wagner

Submissions from 2011

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The twilight of Paleolithic Siberia: Humans and their environments east of Lake Baikal at the late-glacial/Holocene transition, Ian Buvit and Karisa Terry

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The alluvial history and sedimentary record of the Priiskovoe site and its place in the Paleolithic prehistory of Siberia, Ian Buvit, Karisa Terry, Viktor K. Kolosov, and Mikhail V. Konstantinov

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Comments on Evidence for Hunting of Pronghorn Herds in Prehistory, Patrick M. Lubinski

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Processing the Patterns: Elusive Archaeofaunal Signatures of Cod Storage on the North Pacific Coast, Megan A. Partlow and Robert E. Kopperl

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Worldwide distribution of allelic variation at the progesterone receptor locus and the incidence of female reproductive cancers, L. Christie Rockwell, Elizabeth J. Rowe, Katherine Arnson, Fatimah Jackson, Alain Froment, Peter Ndumbe, Binteou Seck, and Joseph G. Lorenz

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Mendelian breeding units versus standard sampling strategies: Mitochondrial DNA variation in southwest Sardinia, Daria Sanna and Joseph G. Lorenz

Submissions from 2010

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"Holding on to Those Who Can't be Held": Reenacting a Lynching at Moore's Ford, Georgia, Mark J. Auslander

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The Other Side of Paradise: Glimpsing Slavery in the University's Utopian Landscapes, Mark J. Auslander

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Experimental Zooarchaeology: Research Directions and Methods, Patrick M. Lubinski and Brian S. Shaffer

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Tourist Behavior and Decibel Levels Correlate with Threat Frequency in Tibetan Macaques (Macaca thibetana) at Mt. Huangshan, China, Lucy A. Ruesto, Lori K. Sheeran, Megan D. Matheson, Jin-Hua Li, and R. Steven Wagner

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Seasonal Variation and Synchronization of Sexual Behaviors in Free-Ranging Male Tibetan Macaques (Macaca thibetana) at Huangshan, China, Dong-Po Xia, Jin-Hua Li, Yong Zhu, Bing-Hua Sun, and Lori K. Sheeran

Submissions from 2009

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Sequences of Tibetan Macaque (Macaca thibetana) and Tourist Behaviors at Mt. Huangshan, China, Maureen S. McCarthy, Megan D. Matheson, Jack D. Lester, Lori K. Sheeran, and Jin-Hua Li

Submissions from 2008

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Going by the Trees: Death and Regeneration in Georgia's Haunted Landscapes, Mark J. Auslander

Submissions from 2007

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The Late-Glacial Wenas Creek Mammoth Site (45YA1083) in Central Washington, Patrick M. Lubinski, Bax R. Barton, Karl Lillquist, Morris Uebelacker, and Jake T. Shapely

Submissions from 2005

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Saying Something Now: Documentary Work And the Voices of the Dead, Mark J. Auslander

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Familiarity During Immaturity: Implications for the Captive Propagation of Gibbons, A. R. Mootnick, E. Baker, and Lori K. Sheeran

Submissions from 2004

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Patterns of mtDNA Diversity in Northwestern North America, Ripan S. Malhi, Katherine E. Breece, Beth A. Schultz Shook, Frederika A. Kaestle, James C. Chatters, Steven Hackenberger, and David Glenn Smith

Submissions from 2002

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"Return to Sender": Confronting Lynching and Our Haunted Landscapes, Mark J. Auslander

Submissions from 2001

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Review of On the move: How and why animals travel in groups., Agustin Fuentes

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Three-dimensional GPR study of a prehistoric site in Barbados, West Indies, Brian M. Whiting, Douglas P. McFarland, and Steven Hackenberger

Submissions from 2000

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Interactive use of sign language by cross-fostered chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), Mary Lee A. Jensvold and R. Allen Gardner

Submissions from 1998

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Lack of hand preference in wild Hanuman langurs (Presbytis entellus), E. S. Mittra, Agustin Fuentes, and W. C. McGrew

Submissions from 1996

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Feeding and ranging in the Mentawai Island langur (Presbytis potenziani), Agustin Fuentes