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Nalley TK, Scott JE, Ward CV, Alemseged Z, 2019. Comparative morphology and ontogeny of the thoracolumbar transition in great apes, humans, and fossil hominins. Journal of Human Evolution 134, 102632.


Scott JE, 2019. Macroevolutionary effects on primate trophic evolution and their implications for reconstructing primate origins. Journal of Human Evolution 133, 1–12.


Scott JE, 2018. Reevaluating cases of trait-dependent diversification in primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 167, 244–256.


Scott JE, Campbell RM, Baj LM, Burns MC, Price MS, Sykes JD, Vinyard CJ, 2018. Dietary signals in the premolar dentition of primates. Journal of Human Evolution 121, 221–234.


Franks EM, Scott JE, McAbee KR, Scollan JP, Eastman MM, Ravosa MJ, 2017. Intracranial and hierarchical perspective on dietary plasticity in mammals. Zoology 124, 30–41.


Lewton KL, Scott JE, 2017. Ischial form as an indicator of bipedal kinematics in early hominins: a test using extant anthropoids. The Anatomical Record 300, 845–858.


Franks EM, Holton NE, Scott JE, McAbee KR, Rink JT, Pax KC, Pasquinelly AC, Scollan JP, Eastman MM, Ravosa MJ, 2016. Betwixt and between: intracranial perspective on zygomatic arch plasticity and function in mammals. The Anatomical Record 299, 1646–1660.


Ravosa MJ, Menegaz RA, Scott JE, Daegling DJ, McAbee KR, 2016. Limitations of a morphological criterion of adaptive inference in the fossil record. Biological Reviews 91, 883–898.


Ravosa MJ, Scott JE, McAbee KR, Veit AJ, Fling AL, 2015. Chewed out: an experimental link between food mechanical properties and repetitive loading of the masticatory apparatus in mammals. PeerJ 3, e1345.


Scott JE. Lost and found: the third molars of Callimico goeldii and the evolution of the callitrichine postcanine dentition, 2015. Journal of Human Evolution 83, 65–73.


Scott JE, McAbee KR, Eastman MM, Ravosa MJ, 2014. Teaching an old jaw new tricks: diet-induced plasticity in a model organism from weaning to adulthood. Journal of Experimental Biology 217, 4099–4107.


Scott JE, 2014. Cranial size variation and lineage diversity in early Pleistocene Homo. Evolution 68, 909–915.


Scott JE, McAbee KR, Eastman MM, Ravosa MJ, 2014. Experimental perspective on fallback foods and dietary adaptations in early hominins. Biology Letters 10, 20130789.


Doney E, Krumdick LA, Diener JM, Wathen CA, Chapman SE, Stamile B, Scott JE, Ravosa MJ, Van Avermaete T, Leevy WM, 2013. 3D printing of preclinical x-ray computed tomographic data sets. Journal of Visualized Experiments 73, e50250.


Scott JE, 2012. Molar size and diet in the Strepsirrhini: implications for size-adjustment in studies of primate dental adaptation. Journal of Human Evolution 63, 796–804.


Scott JE, Lack, JB, Ravosa MJ, 2012. On the reversibility of mandibular symphyseal fusion. Evolution 66, 2940–2952.


Scott JE, Hogue AS, Ravosa MJ, 2012. The adaptive significance of mandibular symphyseal fusion in mammals. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25, 661–673.


Scott JE, 2011. Folivory, frugivory, and postcanine size in the Cercopithecoidea revisited. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 146, 20–27.


Royer DF, Lockwood CA, Scott JE, Grine FE, 2009. Size variation in the early human mandibles and molars from Klasies River, South Africa: Comparison with other middle and late Pleistocene assemblages and with modern humans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140, 312–323.


Scott JE, Schrein CM, Kelley J, 2009. Beyond Gorilla and Pongo: Alternative models for evaluating variation and sexual dimorphism in fossil hominoid samples. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140, 253–264.


Scott JE, Marean CW, 2009. The Paleolithic hominin remains from Eshkaft-e Gavi (southern Zagros Mountains, Iran): description, affinities, and evidence for butchery. Journal of Human Evolution 57, 248–259.


Orr CM, Delezene LK, Scott JE, Tocheri MW, Schwartz GT, 2007. The comparative method and the inference of venom-delivery systems in fossil mammals. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27, 541–546.


Scott JE, Stroik LK, 2006. Bootstrap tests of significance and the case of humanlike skeletal-size dimorphism in Australopithecus afarensis. Journal of Human Evolution 51, 422–428.


Scott JE, Lockwood CA, 2004. Patterns of tooth crown size and shape variation in great apes and humans and species recognition in the hominid fossil record. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 125, 303–319.