Articles and Book Chapters

Bolded names denote Terhune Lab members

2017

  • Robinson CA, Terhune CE. Error in geometric morphometric data collection: combining data from multiple sources. Am J Phys Anthropol 164:62-75. PDF
  • Romero AN, Herlin M, Finnila M, Korkalainen M, Hakansson H, Viluksela M, Sholts SB. Skeletal and dental effects on rats following in utero/lactational exposure to the non-dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyl PCB 180. PLoS ONE 12(9): e0185241. PDF  
  • Stankowich T, Romero AN. The correlated evolution of antipredator defences and brain size in mammals. Proc Roy Soc B 284:20161857. PDF
  • Sylvester AD, Terhune CE. Trabecular mapping: Leveraging geometric morphometrics for analyses of trabecular structure. Am J Phys Anthropol 163:553-569. PDF

2016

  • Ritzman TB, Terhune CE, Gunz P, Robinson CA. Mandibular ramus shape of Australopithecus sediba suggests a single variable species. J Hum Evol 100:54-64. PDF

 2015

  • Terhune CE, Hylander WL, Vinyard CJ, Taylor AB. In Review. Jaw-muscle architecture and mandibular morphology influence relative maximum jaw gapes in the sexually dimorphic Macaca fascicularis. J Hum Evol 82:145-158. PDF
  • Cooke S, Terhune CE. 2015. Form, function, and geometric morphometrics. Anat Rec 298:5-28. PDF
  • Terhune CE, Cooke S, Otárola-Castillo E. 2015. Form and function in the platyrrhine skull: a three-dimensional analysis of dental and TMJ morphology. Anat Rec 298:29-47. PDF

2014

  • Terhune CE, Robinson CA, Ritzman TB. 2014. Ontogenetic variation in the mandibular ramus of great apes and humans. J Morph 275:661-677. PDF

2013

  • Smith H, Ritzman T, Otárola-Castillo E, Terhune CE. 2013. A 3-D geometric morphometric study of intraspecific variation in the ontogeny of the temporal bone in modern Homo sapiens. J Hum Evol 65:479-489. PDF
  • Terhune CE, Kimbel W, Lockwood C. 2013. Postnatal temporal bone ontogeny in Pan, Gorilla, and Homo, and the implications for temporal bone growth in Australopithecus afarensis. Am J Phys Anthropol 151:630-642. PDF
  • Terhune CE. 2013b.How effective are geometric morphometric techniques for assessing functional shape variation? An example from the great ape temporomandibular joint. Anat Rec 296: 1264-1282. PDF
  • Terhune CE. 2013a. Dietary correlates of temporomandibular joint morphology in the great apes. Am J Phys Anthropol 150:260-272. PDF

2012

  • Baker B, Terhune CE, Papalexandrou A. 2012. Sew Long? The Osteobiography of a Woman from Medieval Polis, Cyprus. In The Bioarchaeology of Individuals, AL Stodder and AM Palkovich, eds. Gainsville: University Press of Florida. pp 151-161.

2011

  • Terhune CE. 2011b. Dietary correlates of temporomandibular joint morphology in New World primates. J Hum Evol 61:583-596. PDF
  • Terhune CE. 2011a. Modeling the biomechanics of articular eminence function in anthropoid primates. J Anat 219:551-564. PDF
  • Terhune CE, Iriarte-Diaz J, Taylor A, Ross CF. 2011. The instantaneous center of rotation of the mandible in non-human primates. J Int and Comp Biol 51:320-332. PDF

2008

  • Terhune CE, Deane A. 2008. Temporal squama shape in fossil hominins: relationships to cranial shape and a determination of character polarity. Am J Phys Anthropol 137: 397-411. PDF

2007

  • Smith H (co-first author), Terhune CE (co-first author), Lockwood C. 2007. Genetic, geographic, and environmental correlates of human temporal bone variation. Am J Phys Anthropol 134: 312-322. PDF
  • Terhune CE, Kimbel W, Lockwood C. 2007. Variation and diversity in Homo erectus: A 3D geometric morphometric analysis of the temporal bone. J Hum Evol 53: 41-60. PDF

Conference Abstracts and Presentations

Bolded names denote Terhune Lab members

2017

  • Terhune CE, Curran SC, Fox DL, Garrett N, Petculescu A, Robinson C, Robu M. Early Pleistocene paleohabitats of Eastern Europe: Evidence from the Olteţ River Valley of Romania. Poster presented at the 2017 European Society of Human Evolution meetings, Leiden, Netherlands. PDF
  • Curran SC, Fox DL, Garrett N, Petculescu A, Robinson C, Robu M, Terhune CE. Characterizing early Pleistocene paleohabitats in Eastern Europe: Results from four years of research in the Oltet River Valley of Romania. Am J Phys Anthropol S64:156.
  • Ramos PA, Sylvester AD, Taylor AB, Terhune CE. Trabecular symmetry in the primate temporomandibular joint. Am J Phys Anthropol S64:326. PDF
  • Terhune CE, Sylvester AD, Coiner-Collier S, Scott JE, McAbee KR, Ravosa MJ. Adaptive plasticity in the masticatory apparatus: inference for form, function, and fossils. Am J Phys Anthropol S64:379. PDF

2016

  • Terhune CE, Robinson C, Ritzman T. Sexual dimorphism in the shape of the extant hominid mandibular ramus. Abstract submitted for presentation at the 2016 PaleoAnthropology Society meetings, Atlanta, GA. PDF
  • Curran S, Terhune CE, Sylvester A, Gogol S, Hubbard J. New ecomorphological proxies for paleohabitat reconstructions: geometric morphometric analyses of cervid joint surface morphology. Abstract submitted for presentation at the 2016 PaleoAnthropology Society meetings, Atlanta, GA.
  • Sylvester A, Terhune CE, Taylor A. Trabecular mapping: leveraging sliding landmarks for analyses of bone microstructure. Am J Phys Anthropol S62:309. PDF
  • Robinson C, Terhune CE. Combining data from multiple sources: a cautionary tale. Am J Phys Anthropol S62:270. PDF
  • Cumpston S, Terhune CE. Revisiting primate masticatory scaling relationships. Poster presented at the 2015 meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists Undergraduate Research Symposium. PDF

2015

  • Terhune CE, Curran S, Fox DL, Garrett N, Hubbard J, Petculescu A, Robinson CA, Robu M, Stiuca E, Tantu I. 2015. Paleoenvironmental conditions in early Pleistocene Romania: implications for hominin dispersals. Poster presented at the 2015 Society for Vertebrate Paleontology Meetings, Dallas, TX. PDF
  • Bryce A, Sylvester AD, Terhune CE. 2015. User variance in defining the trabecular-cortical interface using microCT images. FASEB 29(1):LB23.
  • Iriarte-Diaz J, Terhune CE, Taylor AB, Ross CF. 2015. Functional constraints of primate feeding: modeling the effect of ligaments and TMJ morphology. Am J Phys Anthropol 156(S60):175.
  • Ross CF, Iriarte-Diaz J, Taylor AB, Terhune CE. 2015. Functional significance of the location of the axis of rotation of the mandible. Am J Phys Anthropol 156(S60):271-272.
  • Terhune CE, Ritzman TB, Gunz P, Robinson CA. A reassessment of the taxonomic validity of the Australopithecus sediba mandibles. Am J Phys Anthropol 156(S60):303.
  • Healy CA, Robinson CA, Ritzman TB, Terhune CE. Evaluating ontogenetic shape variation in the mandibular ramus of Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis. Am J Phys Anthropol 156(S60):162. PDF

2014

  • Terhune CE. 2014. Were Neanderthals biting off more than they could chew? Evidence from the temporomandibular joint of Middle and Late Pleistocene hominins. Paleoanthropology Abstracts: A26. PDF
  • Taylor AB, Terhune CE, Hylander WL, Vinyard C. 2014. In vitro sarcomere-length operating range of the masseter and temporalis muscles in Macaca fascicularis. Am J Phys Anthropol 153(S58):252.

2013

  • Terhune CE, Melcher B, Taylor A. 2013. Physician assistant anatomy education: does prior anatomy experience predict performance? FASEB 27:956.1 . PDF
  • Cooke S, Terhune CE. 2013. Form and function in a sample of platyrrhine primates: a three-dimensional analysis of dental and TMJ morphology. Am J Phys Anthropol 150(S56):101-102. PDF
  • Terhune CE, Curran S, Petculescu A, Robinson C, Robu M, Stiuca E. 2013. Renewed paleontological investigations in the Olteţ River Valley of Romania and the new paleontological locality of Râpa. Am J Phys Anthropol 150(S56):270. PDF
  • Iriarte-Diaz, Terhune CE, Taylor A, Ross C. 2013. Mandibular helical axis during feeding in non-human primates. Am J Phys Anthropol 150(S56):157.

2012

  • Terhune CE, Robinson C, Ritzman T. 2012. Ontogenetic variation in the ascending ramus of great apes and humans. Am J Phys Anthropol  147(S54):284-285.
  • Iriarte-Diaz J, Terhune CE, Ross C. 2012. Mandibular helical axis during feeding in non-human primates. J Int Comp Biol 52(1):e84.

2011

  • Terhune CE, Hylander W, Vinyard C, Taylor A. 2011. Masseter fiber length and position influence relative maximum jaw gapes in the sexually-dimorphic Macaca fascicularis. Am J Phys Anthropol 144(S52):292. PDF
  • Terhune CE, Iriarte-Diaz J, Taylor A, Ross C. 2011. The mandibular instantaneous center of rotation in non-human primates and its relation to gape. J Int Comp Biol 51(1):e137.

2010

  • Terhune CE. 2010. Dietary correlates of temporomandibular shape. Am J Phys Anthropol 141(S50): 229. PDF

2009

  • Terhune CE, Kimbel WH, Lockwood CA. 2009. An analysis of postnatal temporal bone ontogeny in Pan and Homo, with implications for temporal bone growth and development in Australopithecus afarensis. Paleoanthropology Abstracts: A36.
  • Terhune CE. 2009. Scaling relationships in the anthropoid temporomandibular joint. Am J Phys Anthropol 138(S48): 254. PDF

2008

  • Terhune CE, Smith H, Gilbert C. 2008. Environmental and dietary correlates of papionin temporal bone variation. Am J Phys Anthropol 135(S46): 206. PDF

2007

  • Terhune CE, Smith H, Lockwood C. 2007. Genetic, geographic, and environmental correlates of human temporal bone variation. Am J Phys Anthropol 132(S44): 231.
  • Baker B, Terhune CE, Papalexandrou A. 2007. Sew long: A seamstress buried at Polis, Cyprus. Am J Phys Anthropol 132(S44): 67. PDF

2006

  • Terhune CE, Kimbel W, Lockwood C. 2006. Variation and diversity in Homo erectus: A 3D geometric morphometric analysis of the temporal bone. Am J Phys Anthropol 129(S42): 176.

2005

  • Terhune CE and Deane A. 2005. Shape of the temporal squama in fossil hominins: relationships to cranial shape and a determination of character polarity. Paleoanthropology Abstracts: A48.