Matt Cartmill

Biological Anthropology and Anatomy Duke University, Durham, NC 
Physical Anthropology, Zoology Biology
"Matt Cartmill"


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Callum F. Ross grad student (Neurotree)
Nancy L. Barrickman grad student 2008 Duke


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Richard F. Kay collaborator (Primatology Tree)
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Cartmill M, Brown K, Atkinson C, et al. (2019) The gaits of marsupials and the evolution of diagonal-sequence walking in primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Cartmill M. (2018) Alan C. Walker (1938-2017). American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Cartmill M. (2018) A sort of revolution: Systematics and physical anthropology in the 20th century. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 165: 677-687
Cartmill M. (2017) Convergent? Minds? Some questions about mental evolution. Interface Focus. 7: 20160125
Cartmill M. (2017) Those who can, teachDarwin's Unfinished Symphony: How Culture Made the Human Mind By Kevin N. Laland Princeton: Princeton University Press. xiv, 450 p. $35.00 (hardcover). ISBN: 978-0-691-15118-2. Evolutionary Anthropology. 26: 350-351
Cartmill M. (2015) Come back, Lucretius Evolutionary Anthropology. 24: 165-166
Grochowski CO, Cartmill M, Reiter J, et al. (2014) Anxiety in first year medical students taking gross anatomy. Clinical Anatomy (New York, N.Y.). 27: 835-8
Cartmill M. (2013) The end of higher taxa: a reply to Tattersall. Evolutionary Anthropology. 22: 172-3
Cartmill M. (2012) Primate origins, human origins, and the end of higher taxa. Evolutionary Anthropology. 21: 208-20
Cartmill M. (2012) Pads and Claws in Arboreal Locomotion Primate Locomotion. 45-83
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