Publications

Curriculum vitae

Dr. Lewton’s citations on Google Scholar

2017

Lewton KLThe effects of captive versus wild rearing environments on long bone  articular surfaces in common chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)PeerJ 5:e3668. pdf

Lewton KL and Scott JE. Ischial form as an indicator of bipedal kinematics in early hominins: a test using extant anthropoidsAnatomical Record 300(5):845-858. pdf

Lewton KL. Bipedalism. In: Fuentes A, editor. International Encyclopedia of Primatology. Wiley Blackwell Publishers.

2016

Lewton KL and Dingwall HL. Morphological convergence in the pubis of slow-moving primates and xenarthrans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 161(3):381-397. pdf

2015

Lewton KL. In vitro strain distributions in a sample of primate pelvesJournal of Anatomy 226(5):458-477. pdf

Warrener AG, Lewton KL, Pontzer H, Lieberman DE. A wider pelvis does not increase locomotor cost in humans, with implications for the evolution of childbirthPLOS ONE 10(3):e0118903. pdf

Nalley TK and Lewton KL. From the ground up: integrative research in primate locomotion. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 156:495-497. pdf

Lewton KL. Allometric scaling and locomotor function in the primate pelvisAmerican Journal of Physical Anthropology 156:511-530. pdf

Lewton KL. 2015. Pelvic form and locomotor adaptation in strepsirrhine primatesAnatomical Record 298:230-248. pdf

Morgan ME, Lewton KL, Kelley J , Otárola-Castillo E, Barry JC, Flynn LJ, Pilbeam DR. 2015. A partial hominoid innominate from the Miocene of Pakistan: description and preliminary analysesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(1):82-87 pdf

2012

Lewton KL. 2012. Complexity in Biological Anthropology in 2011: Species, Reproduction, and Sociality. American Anthropologist 114(2):196-202. pdf

Lewton KL. 2012. Evolvability of the primate pelvic girdle. Evolutionary Biology 39(1):126-139. pdf

2010

Lewton KL. 2010. Locomotor function and the evolution of the primate pelvis. Arizona State University, Ph.D. Thesis.

 

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