Jay T. Stock
Jay T. Stock
Professor of Anthropology, Western University, Canada
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Linking structural variability in long bone diaphyses to habitual behaviors: foragers from the southern African Later Stone Age and the Andaman Islands
J Stock, S Pfeiffer
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 115 (4), 337-348, 2001
3062001
Hunter‐gatherer postcranial robusticity relative to patterns of mobility, climatic adaptation, and selection for tissue economy
JT Stock
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 131 (2), 194-204, 2006
2502006
Ancient Ethiopian genome reveals extensive Eurasian admixture in Eastern Africa
MG Llorente, ER Jones, A Eriksson, V Siska, KW Arthur, JW Arthur, ...
Science 350 (6262), 820-822, 2015
224*2015
Habitual throwing and swimming correspond with upper limb diaphyseal strength and shape in modern human athletes
CN Shaw, JT Stock
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140 (1), 160-172, 2009
2202009
Which measures of diaphyseal robusticity are robust? A comparison of external methods of quantifying the strength of long bone diaphyses to cross‐sectional geometric properties
JT Stock, CN Shaw
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134 (3), 412-423, 2007
2112007
Intensity, repetitiveness, and directionality of habitual adolescent mobility patterns influence the tibial diaphysis morphology of athletes
CN Shaw, JT Stock
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140 (1), 149-159, 2009
2062009
Long bone robusticity and subsistence behaviour among Later Stone Age foragers of the forest and fynbos biomes of South Africa
JT Stock, SK Pfeiffer
Journal of Archaeological Science 31 (7), 999-1013, 2004
2022004
The obstetric dilemma: An ancient game of Russian roulette, or a variable dilemma sensitive to ecology?
JCK Wells, JM DeSilva, JT Stock
Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 149 (55), 40-71, 2012
1642012
Did our species evolve in subdivided populations across Africa, and why does it matter?
EML Scerri, MG Thomas, A Manica, P Gunz, JT Stock, C Stringer, M Grove, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2018
1492018
The biology of the colonizing ape
JCK Wells, JT Stock
Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 134 (S45), 191-222, 2007
1482007
Human bioarchaeology of the transition to agriculture
R Pinhasi, JT Stock
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
1182011
Twenty thousand-year-old huts at a hunter-gatherer settlement in eastern Jordan
LA Maher, T Richter, D Macdonald, MD Jones, L Martin, JT Stock
PloS one 7 (2), e31447, 2012
1022012
Dental indicators of health and stress in early Egyptian and Nubian agriculturalists: a difficult transition and gradual recovery
AP Starling, JT Stock
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134 (4), 520-528, 2007
992007
A unique human-fox burial from a pre-Natufian cemetery in the Levant (Jordan)
LA Maher, JT Stock, S Finney, JJN Heywood, PT Miracle, EB Banning
PLoS One 6 (1), e15815, 2011
922011
The pre‐Natufian Epipaleolithic: Long‐term behavioral trends in the Levant
LA Maher, T Richter, JT Stock
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 21 (2), 69-81, 2012
912012
Extreme mobility in the Late Pleistocene? Comparing limb biomechanics among fossil Homo, varsity athletes and Holocene foragers
CN Shaw, JT Stock
Journal of Human Evolution, 2013
892013
Digit ratio (2D: 4D) and rowing ergometer performance in males and females
D Longman, JT Stock, JCK Wells
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144 (3), 337-341, 2011
842011
Body size estimation of small‐bodied humans: Applicability of current methods
HK Kurki, JK Ginter, JT Stock, S Pfeiffer
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 141 (2), 169-180, 2010
822010
Trade-offs in relative limb length among Peruvian children: extending the thrifty phenotype hypothesis to limb proportions
E Pomeroy, JT Stock, S Stanojevic, JJ Miranda, TJ Cole, JCK Wells
PLoS One 7 (12), e51795, 2012
782012
Homo sapiens in Arabia by 85,000 years ago
HS Groucutt, R Grün, IAS Zalmout, NA Drake, SJ Armitage, I Candy, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (5), 800, 2018
752018
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