Dr Susana Carvalho: List of publications

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A missing piece of the Papio puzzle: Gorongosa baboon phenostructure and intrageneric relationships

Hominin diversity and high environmental variability in the Okote Member, Koobi Fora Formation, Kenya

Origins of the human predatory pattern: The transition to large animal exploitation by early hominins

Origins of the human predatory pattern: The transition to large animal exploitation by early hominins - REPLY to David R. Braun, Michael Pante, John J. Shea, Elisabetta Visalberghi, Lars Werdelin & Richard Wrangham.

The decline of Africa’s largest mammals Did hominins play a role in the loss of megaherbivores?

Rethinking the evolution of property and possession: A review and methodological proposition.

Touch-screen-guided task reveals aprosocial choice tendency by chimpanzees(Pan troglodytes)

Gorongosa by the sea: First Miocene fossil sites from the Urema Rift, central Mozambique, and their coastal paleoenvironmental and paleoecological contexts

Tool use and manufacture in the last common ancestor of Pan and Homo

Raw material diversity, distribution and acquisition in the river Lis basin, central Portugal.

Standing on the shoulders of giants: the contribution of Cláudia Sousa for the foundation of primate archaeology

Looking back at a decade of science communication in the field of human evolution

Tools to tipple: ethanol ingestion by wild chimpanzees using leaf-sponges

Apes in the Anthropocene: flexibility and survival.

First GIS Analysis of Modern Stone Tools Used by Wild Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) in Bossou, Guinea, West Africa

Quantifying traces of tool use: a novel morphometric analysis of damage patterns on percussive tools.

From pounding to knapping: How living apes can help us model hominin lithics.

Use-wear patterns on wild macaque stone tools reveal their behavioural history.

Evolutionism and the Teaching of Science: How Portugal Has Been “Playing with the Big Tree of Evolution”

The origins of the Oldowan: Why chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) still are good models for technological evolution in Africa.

Chimpanzee carrying behaviour and the origins of human bipedality.

Chimpanzee interactions with nonhuman species in an anthropogenic habitat

Diecké Forest, Guinea: Delving into chimpanzee behavior using stone tool surveys.

Extensive surveys of chimpanzee stone tools: From the telescope to the magnifying glass.

Tools, traditions and technologies: Interdisciplinary approaches to chimpanzee nut-cracking.

Bird in the hand: Bossou chimpanzees capture West African wood-owls (Ciccaba woodfordi) but not to eat

Primate archaeology.

The Origins of Percussive Technology: A Smashing Time in Cambridge

Tool-composite reuse in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): archaeologically invisible steps in the technological evolution of early hominins?

Chaînes opératoires and resource-exploitation strategies in chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) nut cracking

New nut-cracking sites in Diecké forest, Guinea: An overview of the etho-archaeological surveys.

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