Current research projects include: morphometric and developmental studies of craniofacial growth in humans, hominids, and other mammals; experimental studies of the biomechanics of locomotion, especially running; experimental studies of the biomechanics of chewing; experimental studies on the influences of mechanical loading on bone growth and shape.
Example of a record from Anthropological Literature:
The ontogeny of cranial base angulation in humans and chimpanzees and its implications for reconstructing pharyngeal dimensions
Author(s): Lieberman, Daniel E.
Additional author(s): McCarthy, Robert C.
Subject(s): Human evolution | Chimpanzees -- Physiology -- Comparative studies | Skull base | Pharynx | Speech -- Evolution
In: Journal of Human Evolution, v. 36, no. 5, 1999. pp. 487-517
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Kibale Chimpanzee Project, directed by Dr. Richard Wrangham of Harvard University and Dr. Martin Muller of the University of New Mexico, with local cooperation from the Makerere University Biological Field Station, Dr. John Kasenene, and the Uganda Wildlife Authority