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Local Arrangements Committee

1986 INTELEC '86 - International Telecommunications Energy Conference  
Ithaca College. 1:00 pm Experimental field study of handedness in wild tufted (Cebus nigritus) and white-faced (Cebus capucinus) capuchins: Evidence for individual and species differences.  ...  Primate Behavior and Ecology. Contributed Papers. Ballrooms A/B. Chair: LISA M. PACHIULLI.  ...  and de-warping; and (3) 3D diffeomorphic image registration (DIR) with 4D graphical interpolation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/intlec.1986.4794391 fatcat:b52eylvwe5bmfkjziuzkjh4m24

Local Arrangements Committee

2007 First International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM 2007)  
Ithaca College. 1:00 pm Experimental field study of handedness in wild tufted (Cebus nigritus) and white-faced (Cebus capucinus) capuchins: Evidence for individual and species differences.  ...  Primate Behavior and Ecology. Contributed Papers. Ballrooms A/B. Chair: LISA M. PACHIULLI.  ...  and de-warping; and (3) 3D diffeomorphic image registration (DIR) with 4D graphical interpolation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/esem.2007.93 fatcat:6mo2gnwg6vf6hok7afw6ovdkpq

Program of the 89th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists

2020 American Journal of Physical Anthropology  
We conclude that two of the main factors underlying GC variation in wild hamadryas baboons are age and female reproductive state, highlighting the need to control for such factors when using GCs as a proxy  ...  Using fecal samples collected in 2014-2018 at Filoha, Ethiopia, we assess how fecal GC concentrations vary across age, female reproductive state, and male reproductive status (leader or non-leader).  ...  Foundation (1826656) The developmental basis for variation in the human shoulder Kinetics of stone tool production in novice and expert toolmakers  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajpa.24023 pmid:32058585 fatcat:gulriykcvbgdbikcya2xflv73a

The makers of the Protoaurignacian and implications for Neandertal extinction

S. Benazzi, V. Slon, S. Talamo, F. Negrino, M. Peresani, S. E. Bailey, S. Sawyer, D. Panetta, G. Vicino, E. Starnini, M. A. Mannino, P. A. Salvadori (+3 others)
2015 Science  
ree-dimensional analysis of sexual dimorphism in human thoracic vertebrae: Implications for the respiratory system and spine morphology. Am. J. Phys.  ...  to their skeletal collections.  ...  A total of 84 coordinates of 3D landmarks and semilandmarks, which described the facial skeleton, vault and cranial base, were registered in 474 adult individuals of both sexes.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.aaa2773 pmid:25908660 fatcat:6m44miosqzbxljew7jbfm5cm5q

11th Annual Meeting of the European Society for the Study of Human Evolution Abstracts Online, 22-24 September 2021

ESHE: European Society For The Study Of Human Evolution
2021
Based on the analysis of the cochlear morphology, previous analyses have identified patterns of shape variation among Middle and Late Pleistocene hominins.  ...  This is certainly the case for Asian erectus, and in particular regarding the morphological characterization of cochlear shape as compared with earlier and later hominins.  ...  Based on a sample of clinical CT data of 145 individuals aged 14 to 47 years, we assessed on the position of the hipbone relative to the first sacral vertebra (S1), and studied the morphological variation  ... 
doi:10.48738/2021.iss1.75 fatcat:zl6ljjsdebf4fdto2onuyzxfqm