Publications of Tracy L. Kivell

Book Sections/Chapters

  1. Kivell, TL, Discovering the past: Sibudu Cave, in World Prehistory and Archaeology: Pathways through time (2007), pp. 142-143, Allyn & Bacon

Refereed Publications

  1. T.L. Kivell, D. Schmitt, R.E. Wunderlich, Hand and foot pressures in the aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) reveal novel solutions to the problem of walking on gracile digits., Journal of Experimental Biology (J. Experimental Biology (in review))
  2. Kivell,TL and Begun DR, New primate carpal bones from Rudabanya (late Miocene, Hungary): Taxonomic and functional implications (Journal of Human Evolution (in press))
  3. Begun DR and Kivell TL, Knuckle-walking in Sivapithecus: the combined effects of homology and homoplasy and its implications for the origin of human bipedalism, Journal of Human Evolution (Journal of Human Evolution (in review))
  4. Kivell TL, Doyle SK, Madden RH, Mitchell, TL, Sims, EL, An interactive method for teaching anatomy of the eye to medical students during ophthalmology clinical rotations, Anatomical Sciences Education (Anatomical Sciences Education (in press))
  5. Kivell TL and Schmitt D, Evidence of independent evolution of knuckle-walking in African apes shows that humans did not evolve from a knuckle-walking ancestor, PNAS (PNAS (in press))
  6. Kivell TL, Begun DR. 2007, Frequency and timing of scaphoid-os centrale fusion in hominoids, Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 52 (Journal of Human Evolution 52:321-340)
  7. McGoogan K, Kivell TL, Hutchinson M, Young H, Blanchard S, Lehman SM. 2007, Conservation priorities for African primates using phylogenetic diversity measures, Journal of Biogeography, vol. 34 no. 11 (Journal of Biogeography, 34(11):1962-74)

Papers Presented/Symposia/Abstracts

  1. Kivell TL, Schmitt D, Independent evolution of knuckle-walking in African apes shows that humans did not evolve from a knuckle-walking ancestor, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS (in press))
  2. Kivell TL, Wunderlich RE, Kramer EM. 2009, Aye-aye hand and foot postures and loading during quadrupedal locomotion, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, vol. S48 (Am J Phys Anthropol S48), pp. 252
  3. Wunderlich RE, Kivell TL. 2009, Postcranial ontogeny in captive sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi), American Journal of Physical Anthropology, vol. S48 (Am J Phys Anthropol S48), pp. 432
  4. Kivell TL, Guimont I. 2009., Evolutionary implications of sexual dimorphism in the human midcarpal joint, American Association of Anatomists (American Association of Anatomists)
  5. Kivell TL, Doyle SK, Madden RH, Mitchell, TL, Sims, EL. 2009, An interactive method for teaching anatomy of the human eye for ophthalmology rotations using suid eyes, American Association of Anatomists (American Assocation of Anatomists)
  6. Kivell TL, Kramer EM, Wunderlich RE, Aye-aye hand posture and loading of their specialized digits during quadrupedal locomotion, Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB January, 2009)
  7. Kivell TL, Kramer EM, Wunderlich RE, Aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) hand posture and loading of their specialized digits during quadrupedal locomotion, Southeast regional SICB meeting for the Divisions of Vertebrate Morphology and Comparative Biomechanics (SE Regional SICB Vert Morph & Biomechani)
  8. Kivell, TL. 2008, Ontogeny of the hominoid carpus: Did we evolve from a knuckle-walking ancestor?, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, vol. S46 (Am. J. of Phys. Anthropol. S46), pp. 131-132
  9. Guimont I, Kivell TL. 2007, Inter- and intraspecific differences in primate carpal morphology, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, vol. 44 (Am. Journal of Phys. Anthropol. 44), pp. 121
  10. Begun DR, Ward CV, Deane AC, Kivell TL, Nargolwalla MC, Taylor N, The phylogeny and functional anatomy of Pierolapithecus catalaunicus, Am J Phys Anthropology, vol. S42 (2006), pp. 63
  11. Kivell TL, Begun DR. 2006, Functional morphology of new Dryopithecus carpals from Rudabánya, Hungary, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, vol. 42 (Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 42), pp. 114
  12. Kivell TL. 2005, Phylogenetic and functional analysis of primate carpal ossification sequences: a test of two methods, Am J Phys Anthropology, vol. S40 (Am J Phys Anthropol S40), pp. 130-131
  13. Begun DR, Kivell TL, Kordos L. 2003, New Miocene primate postcranial fossils from Rudabánya, Hungary, Am J Phys Anthropology, vol. S36 (Am J Phys Anthropol S36), pp. 63-64