The Jaw Epidemic

Teeth, prenatal growth rates, and the evolution of human-like pregnancy in later Homo

Global human mandibular variation reflects differences in agricultural and hunter-gatherer subsistence strategies

Changes in human skull morphology across the agricultural transition are consistent with softer diets in preindustrial farming groups

Changes in human mandibular shape during the terminal pleistocene-Holocene Levant

Human mandibular shape is associated with masticatory muscle force

Human feeding biomechanics- performance, variation, and functional constraints

Broad-scale morpho-functional traits of the mandible suggest no hard food adaptation in the hominin lineage

Teaching an old jaw new tricks- diet-induced plasticity in a model organism from weaning to adulthood

Facial Phenotyping by Quantitative Photography Reflects Craniofacial Morphology

Mandibular reduction in post-Medieval London

On The Evolution of Human Jaws and Teeth

Relationship Between Surface Facial Dimensions and Upper Airway Structures in OSA

Nos mâchoires reflètent-elles notre alimentation ?

Effects of food processing on masticatory strain and craniofacial growth in a retrognathic face

Unexpectedly rapid evolution of mandibular shape in hominins.

The relationship between skull morphology, masticatory muscle forceand cranial skeletal deformation during biting

Morphological change in cranial shape following the transition to agriculture across western Eurasia

Measuring the effects of farming on human skull morphology

Inferences regarding the diet of extinct hominins- structural and functional trends in dental and mandibular morphology within the hominin clade.

Human mandibular shape is associated with masticatory muscle force.