Faculty Publications

As of August 2017, this database is no longer being updated. For the most current publications from the faculty, students, and staff of the Touro College & University System, please check our institutional repository, Touro Scholar, and email any questions or publication submissions to Scholarly Communications Librarian Carrie Levinson.

Total number of publications: 7,320

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  • Antón, S. C., Taboada, H. G., Middleton, E. R., Rainwater, C. W., Taylor, A. B., Turner, T. R., . . . Williams, S. A. (2016). Morphological variation in Homo erectus and the origins of developmental plasticity. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 371(1698). doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0236

  • Coiner-Collier, S., Scott, R. S., Chalk-Wilayto, J., Cheyne, S. M., Constantino, P., Dominy, N. J., . . . Taylor, A. B. (2016). Primate dietary ecology in the context of food mechanical properties. Journal of Human Evolution, 98, 103-118. doi:10.1016/j.jhevol.2016.07.005

  • Congdon, K. A., & Ravosa, M. J. (2016). Get a grip: Substrate orientation and digital grasping pressures in strepsirrhines. Folia Primatologica, 87(4), 224-243. doi:10.1159/000450641

  • Delezene, L. K., Teaford, M. F., & Ungar, P. S. (2016). Canine and incisor microwear in pitheciids and Ateles reflects documented patterns of tooth use. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 161(1), 6-25. doi:10.1002/ajpa.23002

  • Feldman, H. R. (1992). Against all odds, a brachiopod survives. Earth, 1(4), 30-35. This material can be found here.

  • Feldman, H. R. (1994). Brachiopods of the Onondaga Formation, Moorehouse Member (Devonian, Eifelian), in the Genesee Valley, Western New York. Bulletins of American Paleontology, 107(356), 1-56.

  • Feldman, H. R. (1996). Brachiopods of the Mount Marion formation in the Hudson Valley, Empire State Geogram, 31(1). This material can be found here.

  • Fishbane, S. (2011). The shtiebelization of modern Jewry: Studies in custom and ritual in the Judaic tradition: Social-anthropological perspectives. Boston, MA: Academic Studies Press. This material can be found here.

  • Ganor, E., Kronfeld, J., Feldman, H. R., Rosenfeld, A., & Ilani, S. (2009). Environmental dust: A tool to study the patina of ancient artifacts. Journal of Arid Environments, 73(12), 1170–1176.  doi:10.1016/j.jaridenv.2009.06.004

  • Hartwig, W. C., Rosenberger, A. L., Norconk, M. A., & Owl, M. Y. (2011). Relative brain size, gut size, and evolution in New World monkeys. The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Eiology, 294(12), 2207-2221.

  • Holton, N. E., Yokley, T. R., & Franciscus, R. G. (2011). Climatic adaptation and Neanderthal facial evolution. Journal of Human Evolution, 61(5), 624-627.

  • Rosenberger, A. L., Cooke, S. B., Halenar, L. B., Tejedor, M. F., Hartwig, W. C., Novo, N. M., & Muñoz-Saba, Y. (2015). Fossil alouattines and the origins of Alouatta: Craniodental diversity and interrelationships. In M. M. Kowalewski, P. A. Garber, L. Cortés-Ortiz, B. Urbani, & D. Youlatos (Eds.)., Howler monkeys: Adaptive radiation, systematics, and morphology (pp. 21-54). New York, NY: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-1957-4_2

  • Rosenfeld, A., Ilani, S., Krumbein, W.E., Daren, S., & Feldman, H.R. (2011). A stone oil lamp with seven nozzles from the Second Temple Period. Lieber Annus, 60, 377-391.

  • Ross, C. F., Iriarte-Diaz, J., Reed, D. A., Stewart, T. A., & Taylor, A. B. (2016). In vivo bone strain in the mandibular corpus of Sapajus during a range of oral food processing behaviors. Journal of Human Evolution, 98, 36-65. doi:10.1016/j.jhevol.2016.06.004

  • Siolas, J. G., & Tsounis, C. (2009). The Greek American experience III. Whitestone, NY: Panmacedonian Studies Center/Kentpo Makedonikon Spoudon.

  • Sylvester, A. D., Terhune, C. E., & Taylor, A. B. (2016). Trabecular mapping: Leveraging sliding landmarks for analyses of bone microstructure [Supplemental material]. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 159(S62), 309. doi:10.1002/ajpa.22955

  • Taylor, A. B., Toler, M., & Wall, C. E. (2016). Fiber phenotype of the jaw adductors in the hard-object feeding sooty mangabey (Cercocebus atys) [Supplemental material]. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 159(S62), 311. doi:10.1002/ajpa.22955

  • Teaford, M. F., & Ungar, P. S. (2015). Dental adaptations of African apes. In W. Henke & I. Tattersall (Eds.), Handbook of paleoanthropology (2nd ed., pp. 1465-1494). Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39979-4_36

  • Tsounis, C., & Siolas, J. G. (2007). The Greek American experience. Whitestone, NY: Panmacedonian Studies Center/Kentpo Makedonikon Spoudon.

  • Tsounis, C., & Siolas, J. G. (2008). The Greek American experience II. Whitestone, NY: Panmacedonian Studies Center/Kentpo Makedonikon Spoudon.

  • Wimberly, A. N., Healy, C. A., Hartgrove, C. L., Teaford, M. F., & Ungar, P. S. (2016). The relationship between dental topography and dental microwear in Sapajus apella [Supplemental material]. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 159(S62), 337. doi:10.1002/ajpa.22955

  • Yokley, T. R. (2009). Ecogeographic variation in human nasal passages. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 138(1), 11-22. This material can be found here.

  • Yokley, T. R. (2011). [Review of the book Paleoimaging: Field applications for cultural remains and artifacts, by R. G. Beckett & G. J. Conloque]. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 144(4), 671-672.