Dean Falk
Dean Falk
Professor of Anthropology
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Prelinguistic evolution in early hominins: Whence motherese?
D Falk
Behavioral and brain sciences 27 (4), 491, 2004
The archaeology of perception: traces of depiction and language [and comments and reply]
I Davidson, W Noble, DF Armstrong, LT Black, WH Calvin, W Davis, ...
Current Anthropology 30 (2), 125-155, 1989
Brain evolution in Homo: The “radiator” theory
D Falk
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13 (2), 333-381, 1990
The Brain of LB1, homo floresiensis
D Falk, C Hildebolt, K Smith, MJ Morwood, T Sutikna, P Brown, Jatmiko, ...
Science 308 (5719), 242-245, 2005
Cerebral cortices of East African early hominids
D Falk
Science 221 (4615), 1072-1074, 1983
The face in the mirror: The search for the origins of consciousness.
JP Keenan, GG Gallup, D Falk
HarperCollins Publishers, 2003
Hominid paleoneurology
D Falk
Annual Review of Anthropology 16, 13-30, 1987
Early hominid brain evolution: a new look at old endocasts
D Falk, JC Redmond Jr, J Guyer, C Conroy, W Recheis, GW Weber, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 38 (5), 695-717, 2000
A reanalysis of the South African australopithecine natural endocasts
D Falk
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 53 (4), 525-539, 1980
Evolution of human emotion: a view through fear
JE LeDoux
Progress in brain research 195, 431-442, 2012
Finding our tongues: Mothers, infants, and the origins of language
D Falk
Basic Books, 2009
Primate brain evolution: Methods and concepts
E Armstrong, D Falk
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Comparative anatomy of the larynx in man and the chimpanzee: implications for language in Neanderthal
D Falk
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 43 (1), 123-132, 1975
Hominid brain evolution: The approach from paleoneurology
D Falk
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 23 (S1), 93-107, 1980
Braindance: new discoveries about human origins and brain evolution
D Falk
University Press of Florida, 2004
The cranial venous sinus system in Australopithecus afarensis
D Falk, GC Conroy
Nature 306 (5945), 779-781, 1983
Evolution of cranial blood drainage in hominids: enlarged occipital/marginal sinuses and emissary foramina
D Falk
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 70 (3), 311-324, 1986
Hadar AL 162-28 endocast as evidence that brain enlargement preceded cortical reorganization in hominid evolution
D Falk
Nature 313 (5997), 45-47, 1985
A comparative study of stereolithographically modelled skulls of Petralona and Broken Hill: implications for future studies of middle Pleistocene hominid evolution
H Seidler, D Falk, C Stringer, H Wilfing, GB Müller, D zur Nedden, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 33 (6), 691-703, 1997
Language, handedness, and primate brains: Did the australopithecines sign?
D Falk
American Anthropologist 82 (1), 72-78, 1980
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