Project 3385: X. Ni, Q. Ji, W. Wu, Q. Shao, Y. Ji, C. Zhang, L. Liang, J. Ge, Z. Guo, J. Li, Q. Li, R. GrĂ¼n, C. Stringer. 2021. Massive cranium from Harbin in northeastern China establishes a new Middle Pleistocene human lineage. The Innovation. 2 (3):100130.
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Gilbert, W. Henry, Gilbert, W. Henry and Asfaw, Berhane. 2008. Hominid systematics. pp. 349-371. University of California Press.
Howells, W. W. 1973. Cranial Variation in Man. A Study by Multivariate Analysis of Patterns of Differences Among Recent Human Populations. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Vol. 67, pp. 1-190.
Mounier, A. and Caparros, M. 2015. BMSAP. Vol. 27(3), pp. 110-134.
Mounier, Aur. 2009. Is Homo heidelbergensis a distinct species? New insight on the Mauer mandible. Journal of Human Evolution. Vol. 56(3), pp. 219-246.
Mounier, Aur. 2011. The Stem Species of Our Species: A Place for the Archaic Human Cranium from Ceprano, Italy. PLoS ONE. Vol. 6(4), p. e18821. Public Library of Science.
Mounier, Aur. 2016. Brain, calvarium, cladistics: A new approach to an old question, who are modern humans and Neandertals?. Journal of Human Evolution. Vol. 92(Supplement C), pp. 22-36.
Mounier, Aur. 2016. Virtual ancestor reconstruction: Revealing the ancestor of modern humans and Neandertals. Journal of Human Evolution. Vol. 91(Supplement C), pp. 57-72.
Schwartz, J. H. and Tattersall, I. 1996. Significance of some previously unrecognized apomorphies in the nasal region of Homo neanderthalensis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Vol. 93(20), p. 10852.
Schwartz, Jeffrey H. and Tattersall, Ian. 2000. The human chin revisited: what is it and who has it?. Journal of Human Evolution. Vol. 38(3), pp. 367-409.
Walensky, N. A. 1964. A re-evaluation of the mastoid region of contemporary and fossil man. The Anatomical Record. Vol. 149(1), pp. 67-72.
Wu, Xinzhi and Athreya, Sheela. 2013. A description of the geological context, discrete traits, and linear morphometrics of the middle Pleistocene hominin from Dali, Shaanxi Province, China. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Vol. 150, pp. 141-157.