A list of published papers …
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Bruner E., Esteve-Altava B. & Rasskin-Gutman D. 2019. A network approach to brain form, cortical topology and human evolution. Brain Struct. Funct. 224: 2231-2245. [link]

Bruner E. 2019. Human paleoneurology: shaping cortical evolution in fossil hominids. J. Comp. Neurol. 527: 1753-1765. [link]

Bruner E. & Gleeson B.T. 2019. Body cognition and self-domestication in human evolution. Front. Psychol. 10: 1111. [pdf]

Eisová S., Velemínský P. & Bruner E. 2019. The Neanderthal endocast from Gánovce (Poprad, Slovak Republic). J. Anthropol. Sci . (early view) [pdf]

Fedato A., Silva-Gago M., Terradillos-Bernal M., Alonso-Alcalde R, Martín-Guerra E. & Bruner E. 2019. Electrodermal activity during Lower Paleolithic stone tool handling. Am. J. Hum. Biol. 31: e23279 [link]

Bruner E., Fedato A.P., Silva-Gago M., Alonso-Alcalde R., Terradillos-Bernal M., Fernández-Durantes M.A. & Martín-Guerra E., 2019. Visuospatial integration and hand-tool interaction in cognitive archaeology. Cur. Top. Behav. Neurosci. doi 10.1007/7854_2018_71. [link]

Pereira-Pedro A.S., Beaudet A. & Bruner E. 2019. Parietal lobe variation in cercopithecid endocasts. Am. J. Primatol. 81: e23025 [link]

Eisová S., Píšová H., Velemínský P. & Bruner E. 2019. Normal craniovascular variation in two modern European adult populations. J. Anat. 235: 765-782. [link]

Del Olmo Llanes I., Bruner E., Cambra-Moo O., Molina Moreno M. & González Martín A. 2019. Cranial vault thickness measurement and distribution: a study with a magnetic calliper. Anthropol. Sci. 127: 47-54 [pdf]

Silva-Gago M., Fedato A., Rios-Garaizar J. & Bruner E. 2019. A preliminary survey on hand grip and hand-tool morphometrics in three different stone tools. J. Archaeol. Sci. Reports 23: 567–573. [link]

Bruner E. 2018. Human paleoneurology and the evolution of the parietal cortex. Brain Behav. Evol. 91: 136-147. [link]

Bruner E., Fedato A.P., Silva-Gago M., Alonso-Alcalde R., Terradillos-Bernal M., Fernández-Durantes M.A. & Martín-Guerra E., 2018. Cognitive archeology, body cognition, and hand–tool interaction. Progr. Brain Res. 238: 325-345 . [link]

Bruner E., Spinapolice E., Burke A., Overmann K.A. 2018.  Visuospatial integration: paleoanthropological and archaeological perspectives. In Di paolo L.D., DI Vincenzo F., De Petrillo F. (eds) Evolution of Primates Social Cognition. Springer. pp. 299-326. [link]

Jacobs H.I., Hopkins D.A., Mayrhofer H.C., Bruner E., van Leeuwen F.W., Raaijmakers W., Schmahmann J.D. 2018. The cerebellum in Alzheimer’s disease: evaluating its role in cognitive decline. Brain 141: 37–47. [link]

Bruner E. 2018. The brain, the braincase, and the morphospace. In Bruner E., Ogihara N, Tanabe HC (eds), Digital Endocasts. From Skulls to Brains. pp. 93-114. Springer, Tokyo. [link]

Bruner E, Esteve-Altava B, Rasskin-Gutman D. 2018. Networking brains: modeling spatial relationships of the cerebral cortex. In Bruner E., Ogihara N, Tanabe HC (eds), Digital Endocasts. From Skulls to Brains. pp. 191-204. Springer, Tokyo. [link]

Pereira-Pedro AS, Bruner E. 2018. Landmarking endocasts. In Bruner E., Ogihara N, Tanabe HC (eds), Digital Endocasts. From Skulls to Brains. pp. 127-142. Springer, Tokyo. [link]

Rangel de Lázaro G, Eisová S, Píšová H, Bruner E. 2018. The endocranial vascular system: tracing vessels. In Bruner E., Ogihara N, Tanabe HC (eds), Digital Endocasts. From Skulls to Brains. pp. 71-91. Springer, Tokyo. [link]

Dupej J, Rangel de Lázaro G, Pereira-Pedro AS, Píšová H, Pelikán J., Bruner E. 2018. Comparing endocranial surfaces: Mesh Superimposition and Coherent Point Drift Registration. In Bruner E., Ogihara N, Tanabe HC (eds), Digital Endocasts. From Skulls to Brains. pp. 143-151. Springer, Tokyo. [link]

Bruner E, Amano H, Pereira-Pedro AS, Ogihara N. 2018. The evolution of the parietal lobes in the genus Homo. In Bruner E., Ogihara N, Tanabe HC (eds), Digital Endocasts. From Skulls to Brains. pp. 219-237. Springer, Tokyo. [link]

Bruner E. & Ogihara N. 2018. Surfin’ endocasts: the good and the bad on brain form. Palaentol. Electr. 21.1.1A: 1-10. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2018. El cerebro en evolución. In Redolar Ripoll D (Ed.) Psicobiología. Editorial Médica Panamericana, Madrid. pp. 633-651. [link]

Fiorenza L., Bruner E. 2018. Cranial shape variation in adult howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus). Am. J. Primatol. 80: e22729 [link]

Pereira-Pedro A.S., Rilling J.L., Chen X., Preuss T.M. & Bruner E. 2017. Midsagittal brain variation among non-human primates: insights into evolutionary expansion of the human precuneus. Brain Behav. Evol. 90: 255-263 [link]

Bruner E., Preuss T., Chen X. & Rilling J. 2017. Evidence for expansion of the precuneus in human evolution. Brain Struct. Funct. 222: 1053–1060. [link]

Bruner E., Pereira-Pedro A.S. & Bastir M. 2017. Patterns of morphological integration between parietal and temporal areas in the human skull. J. Morphol. 278: 1312-1320. [link]

Pereira-Pedro A.S., Masters M. & Bruner E. 2017. Shape analysis of spatial relationships between orbito-ocular and endocranial structures in modern humans and fossil hominids. J. Anat. 231: 947-960. [link]

Bruner E., Pereira-Pedro A.S., Chen X., Rilling J.K. 2017. Precuneus proportions and cortical folding: a morphometric evaluation on a racially diverse human sample. Ann. Anat. 211: 120-128. [link]

Bruner E. 2017. Language, paleoneurology, and the fronto-parietal system. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 11:349. [link]

Beaudet A. & Bruner E. 2017. A frontal lobe surface analysis in three archaic African human fossils: OH 9, Buia, and Bodo. Comptes Redus Palevol 16: 499-507. [link]

Píšová H., Rangel de Lázaro G., Velemínský P. & Bruner E. 2017. Craniovascular traits in anthropology and evolution: from bones to vessels. J. Anthropol. Sci. 95: 35-65. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2017. The Fossil Evidence of Human Brain Evolution. In: Kaas, J (ed.), Evolution of Nervous Systems 2e. vol. 4, pp. 63–92. Oxford: Elsevier. [link]

Bruner E., Píšová H., Martín-Francés María Martinón-Torres M., Arsuaga JL., Carbonell E. & Bermúdez de Castro JM. 2017.A human parietal fragment from the late Early Pleistocene Gran Dolina-TD6 cave site, Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain. Comptes Rendus Palevol 16: 71-81. [link]

Pereira-Pedro A.S. & Bruner E. 2016. Sulcal pattern, extension, and morphology of the precuneus in adult humans. Ann. Anat. 208: 85–93. [link]

Wu X. & Bruner E. 2016. The endocranial anatomy of Maba 1. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 160: 633–643. [link]

Bruner E., Bondioli L., Coppa A., Frayer D.W., Holloway R.L., Libsekal Y., Medin T., Rook L. & Macchiarelli R. 2016. The endocast of the one-million-year-old human cranium from Buia (UA 31), Danakil Eritrea. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 160:458–468. [link]

Bruner E. & Iriki A. 2016. Extending mind, visuospatial integration, and the evolution of the parietal lobes in the human genus. Quat. Int. 405: 98-110. [link]

Bruner E., Lozano M. & Lorenzo C. 2016. Visuospatial integration and human evolution: the fossil evidence. J. Anthropol. Sci. 94: 81-97 [pdf]

Eisová S., Rangel de Lázaro G., Píšová H., Pereira-Pedro S. & Bruner E. 2016. Parietal bone thickness and vascular diameters in adult modern humans: a survey on cranial remains. Anat. Rec. 299: 888–896 . [link]

Rangel de Lázaro G., de la Cuétara J.M., Píšová H., Lorenzo C. & Bruner E. 2016. Diploic vessels and computed tomography: segmentation and comparison in modern humans and fossil hominids. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 159: 313–324. [link]

Bruner E., Amano H., de la Cuétara J.M. & Ogihara N. 2015. The brain and the braincase: a spatial analysis on the midsagittal profile in adult humans. J. Anat. 227: 268-276. [link]

Masters M., Bruner E., Queer S., Traynor S. & Senjem J. 2015. Analysis of the volumetric relationship among human ocular, orbital and fronto-occipital cortical morphology. J. Anat. 227: 460-473 [link]

Bruner E., Román F.J., de la Cuétara J.M., Martin-Loeches M., Colom R. 2015. Cortical surface area and cortical thickness in the precuneus of adult humans. Neurosci. 286: 345-352. [link]

Bruner E., Grimaud-Hervé D., Wu X., de la Cuétara JM, Holloway R. 2015. A paleoneurological survey of Homo erectus endocranial metrics. Quat. Int. 368: 80-87. [link]

Bruner E. & Lozano M. 2015. Three hands: one year later. J. Anthropol. Sci. 93: 191-195. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2015. Lucy to Language: the Benchmark Papers. Book Review. Eur. J. Archaeol. 18: 546-550. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2015. Functional craniology and brain evolution. In Bruner E. (Ed.) Human Paleoneurology. Springer, Switzerland. pp 57-94. [link]

Bruner E. & Lozano M. 2014. Extended mind and visuo-spatial integration: three hands for the Neandertal lineage. J. Anthropol. Sci. 92: 273-280. [pdf][reply][whole forum]

Bruner E., de la Cuétara J.M., Masters M., Amano H. & Ogihara N. 2014. Functional craniology and brain evolution: from paleontology to biomedicine. Front. Neuroanat. 8:19. [pdf]

Bruner E., Rangel de Lázaro G., de la Cuétara JM., Martín-Loeches M., Colom R. & Jacobs HIL. 2014. Midsagittal brain variation and MRI shape analysis of the precuneus in adult individuals. J. Anat. 224: 367-376. [link]

Bruner E. 2014. Functional craniology, human evolution, and anatomical constraints in the Neanderthal braincase. In: Akazawa T., Ogihara N., Tanabe H.C., & Terashima, H. (eds.), Dynamics of Learning in Neanderthals and Modern Humans (Vol. 2), pp. 121–129. Japan: Springer. [link]

Di Ieva A., Bruner E., Haider T., Rodella L.F., Lee J.M., Cusimano M.D., Tschabitscher M. 2014. Skull base embryology: a multidisciplinary review. Childs Nerv Syst 30: 991-1000. [link]

Bruner E. 2014. La neurogenesi di Gaia: scienza e informazione digitale. Scienza e Società 17-18: 67-75. [link]

Bruner E. 2013. Language and hybrids: too many answers for too few questions. J. Anthropol. Sci. 91: 245-247. [pdf]

Bruner E., Boeckx C. 2013. Language: the elusive milestone. J. Anthropol. Sci. 91: 13-14. [pdf]

Bruner E., Jacobs H.I.L. 2013. Alzheimer’s Disease: the downside of a highly evolved parietal lobe? J. Alzheimer’s Disease. 35: 227-240. [link]

Martinón-Torres M., Spevackova P., Gracia-Tellez A., Martínez I., Bruner E., Arsuaga JL., Bermúdez de Castro JM. 2013. Morphometric analysis of molars in a Middle Pleistocene population shows a mosaic of “modern” and Neanderthal features. J Anat 223: 353-363. [link]

Di Ieva A., Bruner E., Davidson J., Pisano P.,  Haider T., Stone S.S., Cusimano M.D., Tschabitscher M.., Grizzi F. 2013. Cranial sutures: a multidisciplinary review. Childs Nerv Syst. 29: 893-905. [link]

Bruner E. 2013. The species concept as a cognitive tool for biological anthropology. Am. J. Primatol. 75: 10-15. [link]

Bruner E, Athreya S., De la Cuétara J.M., Marks T. 2013 Geometric variation of the frontal squama in the genus Homo: frontal bulging and the origin of modern human morphology. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 150: 313-323. [link]

Bruner E., Pearson O. 2013. Neurocranial evolution in modern humans: the case of Jebel Irhoud 1. Anthropol. Sci. 121: 31-41 [link]

Bruner E. Costantini D., Mura G. 2013. Fractal analysis of the egg shell ornamentation in anostracans cysts: a quantitative approach to the morphological variations in Chirocephalus ruffoi. Hydrobiol. 705: 1-8. [link]

Martín-Loeches M., Bruner E., de la Cuétara J.M., Colom R. 2013. Correlation between corpus callosum shape and cognitive performance in healthy young adults. Brain Struct. Funct. 218: 721-731. [link]

Moazen M., Costantini D., Bruner E. 2012. A sensitivity analysis to the role of the fronto-parietal suture in Lacerta bilineata: a preliminary finite element study. Anat. Rec. 296: 198-209. [link]

Bruner E., De la Cuétara M., Musso F. 2012. Quantifying patterns of endocranial heat distribution: brain geometry and thermoregulation. Am. J. Hum. Biol. 24: 753–762. [link]

Antonio Di Ieva A., Bruner E., Widhalm G., Minchev G., Tschabitscher M. Grizzi F. 2012. Computer-assisted and fractal-based morphometric assessment of microvascularity in histological specimens of gliomas. Scientific Reports 2:429. [link]

Bruner E., De la Cuétara J.M., Martin-Loeches M. & Colom R. 2012. Gender-based differences in the shape of the human corpus callosum are associated with allometric variations. J. Anat. 220: 417-421. [link]

Bruner E. 2012. La evolución cerebral de los homínidos. Investigación y Ciencia 425: 68-76. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2012. Comment to Coolidge and Overmann. Curr. Anthropol. 53:214-215. [link]

Mantini S., Bruner E., Colaiacomo B., Ciccarelli A., Redaelli A., Ripani M. 2012. Preliminary baropodometric analysis of young soccer players while walking: geometric morphometrics and comparative evaluation. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 52:144-50. [link]

Bruner E., De la Cuétara J.M., Holloway R. 2011. A bivariate approach to the variation of the parietal curvature in the genus Homo. Anat. Rec. 294: 1548-1556. [link]

Kyriacou A., Bruner E. 2011. Brain evolution, innovation, and endocranial variations in fossil hominids. PaleoAnthropology 2011: 130-143. [pdf]

Bruner E., Martin-Loeches M. Burgaleta M. & Colom R. 2011. Midsagittal brain shape correlation with intelligence and cognitive performance. Intelligence 39: 141-147. [link]

Bruner E., Mantini S., Musso F., de la Cuétara J.M., Ripani M. & Sherkat S. 2011. The evolution of the meningeal vascular system in the human genus: from brain shape to thermoregulation. Am. J. Hum. Biol. 23: 35-43. [pdf]

Benazzi S, Fiorenza L, Katina S, Bruner E, Kullmer O. 2011. Quantitative assessment of interproximal wear facet outlines for the association of isolated molars. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 144: 309-316. [link]

Bruner E. 2010. Morphological differences in the parietal lobes within the human genus: a neurofunctional perspective. Curr. Anthropol. 51: S77-S88. [pdf]

Bruner E., Martin-Loeches M., & Colom R. 2010. Human midsagittal brain shape variation: patterns, allometry, and integration. J. Anat. 216: 589-599. [link]

Bruner E. & Holloway R. 2010. bivariate approach to the widening of the frontal lobes in the genus Homo. J. Hum. Evol. 58: 138-146. [link]

Bruner E. 2010. The evolution of the parietal cortical areas in the human genus: between structure and cognition, in Human Brain Evolving, ed. D. Broadfield, M. Yuan, K. Schick, and N. Toth. Bloomington: the Stone Age Institute. Pp. 83-96. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2010. Paleoneurología y evolución del genero humano. In M. Goñi Imízcoz & P. Martínez-Lage Alvarez (eds), Evolución humana y evolución del Alzheimer; pp. 129-137. Fundación Grunenthal. Aula Medica, Madrid. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2010. Appunti di geometria museale. Museologia Scientifica 4:180-186. [pdf]

Costantini D., Lapresa Alonso M., Moazen M. & Bruner E. 2010. The relationship between cephalic scales and bones in lizards: a preliminary microtomographic survey on three lacertid species. Anat. Rec. 293: 183-194. [link]

Bruner E. 2010. Evoluzione e Paleoneurologia. Antrocom 6/1; 91-99. [pdf]

Bruner E. & Costantini D. 2009. Head morphology and degree of variation in Lacerta bilineata, Podarcis muralis, and Podarcis sicula. Int. J. Morphol. 27: 667-676. [pdf]

Bruner E., Mantini S., Guerrini V., Ciccarelli A., Giombini A. & Ripani M. 2009. Preliminary shape analysis of the outline of the baropodometric foot: patterns of covariation, allometry, sex and age differences, and loading variations. J. Sports Med. Phys. Fitness 49: 246-254. [pdf]

Bruner E., Mantini S. & Ripani M. 2009. Landmark-based analysis of the morphological relationship between endocranial shape and traces of the middle meningeal vessels. Anat. Rec. 292: 518-527. [pdf]

Masseti M. & Bruner E. 2009. The primates of the western Palaearctic: a biogeographical, historical, and archaeozoological review. J. Anthropol. Sci. 87: 33-91. [pdf]

Russo T., Pulcini D., Bruner E. & Cataudella S. 2009. Shape and size variation: growth and development of the Dusky Grouper (Epinephelus marginatus Lowe, 1834). J. Morphol. 270: 83-96 . [pdf]

Bruner, E. 2009. New tools and old perspectives in the management of the fossil resources. J. Anthropol. Sci. 87: 227-228. [pdf]

Barberini F. Bruner E., Cartolari R., Franchitto G., Heyn R., Ricci F. & Manzi G. 2008. An unusually-wide human bregmatic Wormian bone: anatomy, tomographic description, and possible signifcance. Surg. Radiol. Anat. 30: 683–687. [pdf]

Bruner E. & Sherkat S. 2008. The middle meningeal artery: from clinics to fossils. Child’s Nerv. Syst. 24: 1289-1298. [pdf]

Bruner E. & Ripani M. 2008. A quantitative and descriptive approach to morphological variation of the endocranial base in modern humans. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 137: 30-40. [pdf]

Bruner E. & Bartolino V. 2008. Morphological variation in the seahorse vertebral system. Int. J. Morphol. 26: 247-262. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2008. Comparing endocranial form and shape differences in modern humans and Neandertal: a geometric approach. PaleoAnthropology 2008: 93-106. [pdf]

Bruner E. & Bastir M. 2008. Digital Morphology: modelling anatomy and evolution. J. Anthropol. Sci. 86: 3-5. [pdf]

Bruner E. & Manzi G. 2008. Paleoneurology of an early Neanderthal: endocranial size, shape, and features of Saccopastore 1. J. Hum. Evol. 54: 729-742. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2008. Antropologia multidisciplinare o multiantropologia indisciplinata? Antrocom 4: 47-50. [pdf]

Mantini S. & Bruner E. 2007. L’arteria meningea media: ipotesi evoluzionistiche sulla variabilità del genere Homo. Annali dell’Università degli Studi di Ferrara: Museologia Scientifica e Naturalistica (volume speciale); pp.135-139. [pdf]

Marrocco G., Bruner E., Vallasciani S., Majore S. & Grammatico P. 2007. Do patients with hypospadias and cryptorchidism share a common phenotype? Case-control study of an Italian paediatric population. J. Pediatric Urol. 3: 477-479. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2007. Cranial shape and size variation in human evolution: structural and functional perspectives. Childs Nerv. Sys. 23; 1357-1365. [pdf]

Bruner E. & Jeffery N. 2007. Extracting functional, phylogenetic and structural data from the subcortical brain: an exploratory geometric morphometric survey. J. Anthropol. Sci. 85; 125-138. [pdf]

Costantini C., Bruner E., dell’Omo G. & Fanfani A. 2007. Male-biased predation of western green lizards by Eurasian kestrels. Naturwissenschaften 94; 1015-1020. [pdf]

Bruner E. & Costantini D. 2007. Head morphological variation in Podarcis muralis and Podarcis sicula: a landmark-based approach. Amphibia Reptilia 28; 566-573. [pdf]

Gippoliti S. & Bruner E. 2007. The role of historical research in the study of the primatological collections: case-studies from the Museo di Antropologia G. Sergi, Rome. J. Anthropol. Sci. 85; 125-138:157-162. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2007. Landmark-based shape analysis of the archaic Homo calvarium from Ceprano (Italy). Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 132; 355-366. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2006. Saccopastore 1: the earliest Neanderthal? In Harvati K. and Harrison T (eds) Neanderthals Revisited. New Approaches and Perspectives. Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology Series. Springer, New York. [pdf]

Bruner E., A. Pucci & T. Jones 2006. Cranial morphology and anatomy of two adult females of Piliocolobus gordonorum, Matschie 1900 (Udzungwa Red Colobus) (Mammalia, Primates: Colobidae). Aldrovandia 2; 73-78. [pdf]

Bruner E. & S. Gippoliti 2006. Le ricerche e le collezioni primatologiche del Dipartimento di Biologia Aninale e dell’Uomo dell’Universitá La Sapienza di Roma. In “Le collezioni primatologiche italiane”, E. Bruner & S. Gippoliti (eds). Istituto Italiano di Antropologia, Roma. pp 207-226. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2006. Musei di antropologia e collezioni primatologiche italiane: la conservazione dei conservatori. In “Le collezioni primatologiche italiane”, E. Bruner & S. Gippoliti (eds). Istituto Italiano di Antropologia, Roma. pp 13-27. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2006. From Verheyen to Bookstein: history of colobids and superimpositions. J. Anthropol. Sci. 84; 147-160. [pdf]

Bruner E., Manzi G. & R. Holloway 2006. Krapina and Saccopastore: Endocranial morphology in the pre-Wurmian Europeans. Period. Biolog.  108; 433-441. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2006. Digital tools for the preservation of the human fossil heritage: Ceprano, Saccopastore, and other case studies. Hum. Evol. 21; 33-44. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2006. Uno, nessuno, centomila: i mille volti dell’Antropologia Biologica. Antrocom, 2: 11-16. [pdf]

Bruner E., Mantini S., Perna A., Maffei C. & G. Manzi 2005.  Fractal dimension of the middle meningeal vessels: variation and evolution in Homo erectus, Neanderthals, and modern humans. Eur. J. Morphol. 42; 217- 224. [pdf]

Bruner E. & A. Cucina 2005. Alouatta, Ateles, and the ancient Mesoamerican cultures. Journ. Anthropol. Sci. 83; 111-117. [pdf]

Bruner E., D. Costantini, A. Fanfani & G. dell’Omo 2005. Morphological variation and sexual dimorphism of the cephalic scales in Lacerta bilineata. Acta Zool. 86; 245-254. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2005. CT-based description and phyletic evaluation of the archaic human calvarium from Ceprano, Italy. Anat Rec. 285A; 643-658. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2004. Models for Natural History. Journ. Anthropol. Sci. 82; 11-18. [pdf]

Bruner E., Mantini S. & G. Manzi 2004. A geometric morphometric approach to airorhynchy and functional cranial morphology in Alouatta (Atelidae, Primates). Journ. Anthropol. Sci. 82; 47-66. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2004. Geometric morphometrics and paleoneurology: brain shape evolution in the genus Homo. J. Hum. Evol. 47; 279-303. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2004. Evolution, actuality and species concept: a need for a paleontological tool. Hum. Evol. 19; 93-112 [pdf]

Bruner E., B. Saracino, P. Passarello, F. Ricci, M. Tafuri & G. Manzi 2004. Midsagittal Cranial shape variation in the genus Homo by geometric morphometrics. Coll. Antropol. 28: 99-112. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2004. Variability in facial size and shape among North and East African human populations. It. J. Zool. 71: 51-56. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2004. Tomografia computerizzata e elaborazione di immagini: modelli virtuali per l’Antropologia. Atti del Convegno “Lo Studio delle ossa: Metodologie della medicina e dell’antropologia”; Angera (VA), 27 marzo 2004. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2003. Towards a re-appraisal of the Early Neolithic skeleton from Lama dei Peligni (Abruzzo, Italy). Computed tomography and 3D reconstruction of the cranium. Rivista di Antropologia 81; 69-78. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2003. Fossil traces of the human thought: paleoneurology and the evolution of the genus Homo. Rivista di Antropologia 81; 29-56. [pdf]

Bruner E., G Manzi & JL Arsuaga 2003. Encephalization and allometric trajectories in the genus Homo: Evidence from the Neandertal and modern lineages. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 100, 15335-15340. [pdf]

Bruner E. 2003. Modelli per l’Evoluzione. Sapere, 69/5 (1028); 49-56. [pdf]

Bruner E., Averini M. & G. Manzi 2003. Endocranial traits. Prevalence and distribution in a recent human population. Eur. Journ. Anat. 7; 23-33. [pdf]

Manzi G., E. Bruner & P. Passarello 2003. The one-million-year-old Homo cranium from Bouri (Ethiopia): a reconsideration of its H. erectus affinities. J. Hum. Evol. 44; 731-736. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2002. The virtual replica of Nazlet Khater, Egypt. Cranium and mandible: first results. In P. Vermeersch (Ed.) Paleolithic Quarrying Sites in Upper and Middle Egypt; pp. 337-345. Leuven University Press: Leuven. [pdf]

Bruner E., Ricci F. & G. Manzi 2002. Faces from the ancient Fezzan: a geometric morphometric approach. In S. di Lernia & G. Manzi (eds) Sand, stones, and bones. The archaeology of death in the Wadi Tanezzuft valley; pp. 251-260. All’Insegna del Giglio: Firenze. [pdf]

Bruner E., Manzi G. & P. Passarello 2002. The “Virtual” Endocast of Saccopastore 1. General Morphology and Preliminary Comparisons by Geometric Morphometrics. In B. Mafart and H. Delingette (eds) Three-Dimensional Imaging in Paleoanthropology and Prehistoric Archaeology. British Archeol. Records IS 1049; 17-24. Archeopress: Oxford. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2002. Adattamento biologico, comportamento sociale e longevità in Homo sapiens. In A.M. De Majo (Ed.) L’età matura e la longevità nella donna, pp. 37-45; Università degli Studi La Sapienza, Roma.

Manzi G., Bruner E., Caprasecca S., Gualdi G. & P. Passarello 2001. CT- scanning and virtual reproduction of the Saccopastore Neandertal crania. Rivista di Antropologia 79; 61-72. [pdf]

Bruner E. & G. Manzi 2001. The Primates collection of the Museum of Anthropology “G. Sergi”, Rome (with some notes on taxonomy and systematics). Rivista di Antropologia 79; 229-242. [pdf]

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