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Weber, GW, Krenn, V, 2016 (in press). The Position of the Malar Process in Relation to the Dentition in Recent and Fossil Hominids. The Anatomical Record.

Weber, GW, Fornai, C, Gopher, A, Barkai, R, Sarig, R, Hershkovitz, I, 2016. The Qesem Cave hominin material (part 1): A morphometric analysis of the mandibular premolars and molar. Quaternary International 398, 159-174.

Weber, GW, 2015. Virtual Anthropology. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 156:22-42.
[Review article]

Hershkovitz, I, Marder, O, Ayalon, A, Bar-Matthews, M, Yasur, G, Boaretto, E, Caracuta, V, Alex, B, Frumkin, A, Goder-Goldberger, M, Gunz, P, Holloway, RL, Latimer, B, Lavi, R, Matthews, A, Slon, V, Mayer, DBY, Berna, F, Bar-Oz, G, Yeshurun, R, May, H, Hans, MG, Weber, GW, Barzilai, O, 2015. Levantine cranium from Manot Cave (Israel) foreshadows the first European modern humans. Nature 520, 216-219.

Fornai, C, Bookstein, FL, Weber, GW, 2015. Variability of Australopithecus second maxillary molars from Sterkfontein Member 4. Journal of Human Evolution 85, 181-192.

Benazzi S, Kullmer O, Schulz D, Gruppioni G, and Weber GW. 2013. Individual tooth macrowear pattern guides the reconstruction of Sts 52 (A. africanus) dental arches. Am J Phys Anthrop 150(2):324-329.

Weber GW, Bookstein FL, and Strait DS. 2011. Virtual anthropology meets biomechanics. J Biomech 44:1429-1432. [Perspective article]

Benazzi S, Douka K, Fornai C, Bauer CC, Kullmer O, Svoboda J, Pap I, Mallegni F, Bayle P, Coquerelle M, Condemi S, Ronchitelli A, Harvati K, Weber GW. 2011. Early dispersal of modern humans in Europe and implications for Neanderthal behaviour. Nature 479:525-528.

Benazzi S, Kullmer O, Grosse I, and Weber GW. 2011. Using occlusal wear information and finite element analysis to investigate stress distributions in human molars. J Anat 219:259-272. [cover item]

Coquerelle M, Bookstein FL, Braga J, Halazonetis D, and Weber GW. 2010. Fetal and infant growth patterns of the mandibular symphysis in modern humans and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). J Anat 217:507-520.

Gunz P, Bookstein FL, Mitteroecker P, Stadlmayr A, Seidler H, and Weber GW. 2009. Early modern human diversity suggests subdivided population structure and a complex out-of-Africa scenario. PNAS 106(15):6094-6098.

Strait DS, Weber GW, Neubauer S, Chalk J, Richmond BG, Lucas PW, Spencer MA, Schrein C, Dechow PC, Ross CF and others. 2009. The feeding biomechanics and dietary ecology of Australopithecus africanus. PNAS 106(7):2124-2129.