Volume

1 Historical Overview of Paleoanthropological Research 1

Winfried Henke

2 Evolutionary Theory in Philosophical Focus 57

Philippe Huneman

3 The Ontogeny-Phylogeny Nexus in a Nutshell: Implications for Primatology and Paleoanthropology 103

Peter R. Menke

4 Principles of Taxonomy and Classification: Current Procedures for Naming and Classifying Organisms 141

Michael Ohl

5 Quantitative Approaches to Phylogenetics 167

Kaila E. Folinsbee . David C. Evans . Jorg Frobisch . Linda A. Tsuji. Daniel R. Brooks

6 Homology: A Philosophical and Biological Perspective 217

Olivier Rieppel

7 Taphonomic and Diagenetic Processes 241

Gisela Grupe

8 Archeology 261

Miriam N. Haidle

9 Contribution of Stable Light Isotopes to Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction 289

Julia Lee-Thorp . Matt Sponheimer

10 Chronometric Methods in Paleoanthropology 311

Gunther A. Wagner

11 Geological Background of Early Hominid Sites in Africa 339

Ottmar Kullmer

12 Paleoclimate 357

Keith Alverson

13 Paleosols 383

Gregory Retallack

14 Quaternary Deposits and Paleosites 409

Klaus-Dieter Jager

15 Zoogeography: Primate and Early Hominin Distribution and Migration Patterns 421

Alan Turner ■ Hannah O'Regan

16 Patterns of Diversification and Extinction 441

Walter Etter

17 Paleoecology: An Adequate Window on the Past? 503

Thorolf Hardt ■ Britta Hardt ■ Peter R■ Menke

18 Hominin Paleodiets: The Contribution of Stable Isotopes 555

Matt Sponheimer ■ Julia Lee - Thorp

19 Estimation of Basic Life History Data of Fossil Hominoids 587

Helmut Hemmer

20 Population Genetics and Paleoanthropology 621

John H■ Relethford

21 Ancient DNA 643

Susanne Hummel

22 Paleodemography of Extinct Hominin Populations 673

Janet Monge ■ Alan Mann

23 Modeling the Past: The Primatological Approach 701

24 Modeling the Past: The Paleoethnological Evidence 723

Paolo Biagi

25 Modeling the Past: The Linguistic Approach 747

Bernard Comrie

26 General Principles of Evolutionary Morphology 769

Gabriele A. Macho

27 Computer-Based Reconstruction: Technical Aspects and Applications 787

Lilian Ulhaas

28 Prospects and Pitfalls 815

Jean-Jacques Hublin

Volume 2

1 Primate Origins and Supraordinal Relationships: Morphological Evidence 831

Mary T. Silcox . Eric J. Sargis . Jonathan I. Bloch . Doug M. Boyer

2 Molecular Evidence on Primate Origins and Evolution 861

Hans Zischler

3 Fossil Record of the Primates from the Paleocene to the Oligocene 889

D. Tab Rasmussen

4 Fossil Record of Miocene Hominoids 921

David R. Begun

5 The Biotic Environments of the Late Miocene Hominids 979

Jordi Agusti

6 Postcranial and Locomotor Adaptations of Hominoids 1011

Carol V. Ward

7 Hominoid Cranial Diversity and Adaptation 1031

Alan Bilsborough . Todd C. Rae

8 Dental Adaptations of African Apes 1107

Mark F. Teaford . Peter S. Ungar

9 Evolution of the Primate Brain 1133

Dean Falk

10 Primate Life Histories 1163

Elke Zimmermann ■ Ute Radespiel

11 The Biology and Evolution of Ape and Monkey Feeding 1207

Joanna E■ Lambert

12 Great Ape Social Systems 1235

Angela Meder

13 Primate Intelligence 1273

Richard W Byrne

14 Chimpanzee Hunting Behavior 1295

Nicholas E■ Newton-Fisher

15 Cooperation, Coalition, and Alliances 1321

Charlotte K■ Hemelrijk ■ Jutta Steinhauser

Volume 3

1 Potential Hominoid Ancestors for Hominidae 1347

George D■ Koufos

2 Defining Hominidae 1379

Jeffrey H Schwartz

3 Origins of Homininae and Putative Selection Pressures

Acting on the Early Hominins 1409

Boguslaw Pawlowski

4 Role of Environmental Stimuli in Hominid Origins 1441

Elisabeth S■ Vrba

5 The Origins of Bipedal Locomotion 1483

William E■ H Harcourt-Smith

6 The Earliest Putative Hominids 1519

Brigitte Senut

7 The Species and Diversity of Australopiths 1539

William H Kimbel

8 Defining the Genus Homo 1575

Mark Collard ■ Bernard Wood

9 The Earliest Putative Homo Fossils 1611

Friedemann Schrenk ■ Ottmar Kullmer ■ Timothy Bromage

10 Homo ergaster and Its Contemporaries 1633

Ian Tattersall

11 Defining Homo erectus: Size Considered 1655

Susan C■ Anton ■ Fred Spoor ■ Connie D■ Fellmann ■ Carl C■ Swisher III

12 Later Middle Pleistocene Homo 1695

G■ Philip Rightmire

13 Neanderthals and Their Contemporaries 1717

Katerina Harvati

14 Origin of Modern Humans 1749

GUnter Brauer

1 5 Analyzing Hominid Phylogeny 1781

David Strait ■ Frederick E■ Grine ■ John G■ Fleagle

16 Phylogenetic Relationships (Biomolecules) 1807

Todd R■ Disotell

1 7 Population Biology and Population Genetics of

Pleistocene Hominins 1825

Alan R■ Templeton

18 Species Concepts and Speciation: Facts and Fantasies 1861

Colin Groves

19 Human Environmental Impact in the Paleolithic and Neolithic 1881

Wolfgang Nentwig

20 The Dentition of American Indians: Evolutionary Results and Demographic Implications Following Colonization from Siberia 1901

21 Overview of Paleolithic Archeology 1943

Nicholas Toth ■ Kathy Schick

22 The Network of Brain, Body, Language, and Culture 1965

Steven Mithen

23 Cultural Evolution in Africa and Eurasia During the Middle and Late Pleistocene 2001

Nicholas Conard

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