Colin Shaw
Colin Shaw
Department of Anthropology, University of Zurich
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Habitual throwing and swimming correspond with upper limb diaphyseal strength and shape in modern human athletes
CN Shaw, JT Stock
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of theá…, 2009
Which measures of diaphyseal robusticity are robust? A comparison of external methods of quantifying the strength of long bone diaphyses to cross‐sectional geometric properties
JT Stock, CN Shaw
American journal of physical anthropology 134 (3), 412-423, 2007
Intensity, repetitiveness, and directionality of habitual adolescent mobility patterns influence the tibial diaphysis morphology of athletes
CN Shaw, JT Stock
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of theá…, 2009
Gracility of the modern Homo sapiens skeleton is the result of decreased biomechanical loading
TM Ryan, CN Shaw
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (2), 372-377, 2015
Characterisation and classification of the neural anatomy in the human hip joint
M Gerhardt, K Johnson, R Atkinson, B Snow, C Shaw, A Brown, ...
Hip International 22 (1), 75-81, 2012
Extreme mobility in the Late Pleistocene? Comparing limb biomechanics among fossil Homo, varsity athletes and Holocene foragers
CN Shaw, JT Stock
Journal of human evolution 64 (4), 242-249, 2013
Does skeletal anatomy reflect adaptation to locomotor patterns? Cortical and trabecular architecture in human and nonhuman anthropoids
CN Shaw, TM Ryan
American journal of physical anthropology 147 (2), 187-200, 2012
Development of cortical bone geometry in the human femoral and tibial diaphysis
JH Gosman, ZR Hubbell, CN Shaw, TM Ryan
The Anatomical Record 296 (5), 774-787, 2013
Trabecular bone microstructure scales allometrically in the primate humerus and femur
TM Ryan, CN Shaw
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1758), 20130172, 2013
Unique suites of trabecular bone features characterize locomotor behavior in human and non-human anthropoid primates
TM Ryan, CN Shaw
PloS one 7 (7), e41037, 2012
Periosteal versus true cross‐sectional geometry: A comparison along humeral, femoral, and tibial diaphyses
AA Macintosh, TG Davies, TM Ryan, CN Shaw, JT Stock
American journal of physical anthropology 150 (3), 442-452, 2013
Mobility and lower limb robusticity of a pastoralist Neolithic population from North-Western Italy
D Marchi, V Sparacello, C Shaw
Human bioarchaeology of the transition to agriculture, 317-346, 2011
The effect of hypoxia on pulmonary O2 uptake, leg blood flow and muscle deoxygenation during single‐leg knee‐extension exercise
DS DeLorey, CN Shaw, JK Shoemaker, JM Kowalchuk, DH Paterson
Experimental physiology 89 (3), 293-302, 2004
The influence of body proportions on femoral and tibial midshaft shape in hunter‐gatherers
CN Shaw, JT Stock
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144 (1), 22-29, 2011
Neandertal humeri may reflect adaptation to scraping tasks, but not spear thrusting
CN Shaw, CL Hofmann, MD Petraglia, JT Stock, JS Gottschall
PloS one 7 (7), e40349, 2012
Evolution of the pygmy phenotype: Evidence of positive selection from genome-wide scans in African, Asian, and Melanesian pygmies
AB Migliano, IG Romero, M Metspalu, M Leavesley, L Pagani, T Antao, ...
Human biology 85 (1-3), 251-284, 2013
Is ‘hand preference’coded in the hominin skeleton? An in-vivo study of bilateral morphological variation
CN Shaw
Journal of human evolution 61 (4), 480-487, 2011
Trabecular bone structural variation throughout the human lower limb
JPP Saers, Y Cazorla-Bak, CN Shaw, JT Stock, TM Ryan
Journal of human evolution 97, 97-108, 2016
A test of a new method and software for the rapid estimation of cross-sectional geometric properties of long bone diaphyses from 3D laser surface scans
TG Davies, CN Shaw, JT Stock
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 4, 277-290, 2012
Variation in fibular robusticity reflects variation in mobility patterns
D Marchi, CN Shaw
Journal of human evolution 61 (5), 609-616, 2011
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