Thomas R. Rein, Ph.D.

New York University, New York, NY, United States
Primate and human paleobiology
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Terry Harrison grad student 2010 NYU
 (Locomotor Function and Phylogeny: Implications for Interpreting the Hominoid Fossil Record.)
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Rein TR. (2020) Comparative analysis of femoral biomechanical neck length in primates. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Rein TR. (2018) A geometric morphometric examination of hominoid third metacarpal shape and its implications for inferring the precursor to terrestrial bipedalism. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Rein TR, Harrison T, Carlson KJ, et al. (2017) Adaptation to suspensory locomotion in Australopithecus sediba. Journal of Human Evolution. 104: 1-12
Rein TR, Harvati K, Harrison T. (2015) Inferring the use of forelimb suspensory locomotion by extinct primate species via shape exploration of the ulna. Journal of Human Evolution. 78: 70-9
Rein TR, Harvati K. (2014) Geometric morphometrics and Virtual Anthropology: Advances in human evolutionary studies Anthropologischer Anzeiger. 71: 41-55
Harvati K, Darlas A, Bailey SE, et al. (2013) New Neanderthal remains from Mani Peninsula, Southern Greece: The Kalamakia Middle Paleolithic cave site Journal of Human Evolution. 64: 486-499
Rein TR, Harvati K. (2013) Exploring Third Metacarpal Capitate Facet Shape in Early Hominins Anatomical Record. 296: 240-249
Rein TR, Mccarty LA. (2012) Metacarpophalangeal Joint Orientation in Anthropoid Manual Phalanges Anatomical Record. 295: 2057-2068
Rein TR. (2011) The correspondence between proximal phalanx morphology and locomotion: Implications for inferring the locomotor behavior of fossil catarrhines American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 146: 435-445
Rein TR, Harrison T, Zollikofer CPE. (2011) Skeletal correlates of quadrupedalism and climbing in the anthropoid forelimb: Implications for inferring locomotion in Miocene catarrhines Journal of Human Evolution. 61: 564-574
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