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Ungar PS, Grine FE. Incisor size and wear in Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus. Journal of human evolution. 1991; 20:313-340.
Ungar PS, Simon J, Cooper JW. A semiautomated image analysis procedure for the quantification of dental microwear. Scanning. 1991; 13:31-36.
Ungar PS. Dental evidence for diet in primates. Anthropologiai Közlemények. 1992; 34:141-155.
Ungar PS. Fruit preferences of four sympatric primate species at Ketambe, northern Sumatra, Indonesia. International journal of primatology. 1995; 16:121-135.
Leakey MG, Walker A, Ungar PS. . A new hominoid genus from the Late Oligocene of Lothidok, Turkana District, Kenya. Journal of human evolution. 1995; 28:519-531.
Ungar PS. Les dietes humanes: els premers 5,99 milions d'anys. Cota Zero. 1996; 12:28-46.
Ungar PS. Feeding height and niche separation in sympatric Sumatran anthropoids. Folia primatologica; international journal of primatology. 1996; 67:163-168.
Ungar PS. The relationship of incisor size to diet and anterior tooth use in sympatric Sumatran anthropoids. American journal of primatology. 1996; 38:145-156.
Ungar PS. Dental Microwear of European Miocene catarrhines: evidence for diets and tooth use. Journal of human evolution. 1996; 21:335-366.
Kay RF, Ungar PS. Dental evidence for diet in early Miocene catarrhines with comments on the confounding effects of phylogeny on the interpretation of adaptation.. In: Begun DR, Rose M, Ward CV, editors. Function, Phylogeny And Fossils: Miocene Hominoids and Great Ape and Human Origins. New York: Plenum; 1997. p.131-151.
Ungar PS. Mapping Jordan’s Deserts. National Center for Resource Innovations-Southwest News. 1997; Spring.
Ungar PS. Review of The Neglected Ape. Nadler, R.D.; Galdikas, B.F.M.; Sheeran, L.K.; Rosen, N., eds. The Quarterly review of biology. 1997; 72:343.
Al-Shiyab AH. A palaeoanthropological survey of Pleistocene deposits near Dana and Quayqira, Jordon. Tel Aviv. 1997; 24:240-252.
Ungar PS. Dental allometry, morphology and wear as evidence for diet in fossil primates. Evolutionary anthropology. 1998; 6:205-217.
Rose JC, Ungar PS. Gross dental wear and dental microwear in historical perspective. In: Alt KW, Rosing FW, Teschler Nicola M, editors. Dental Anthropology Stuttgart: Gustav-Fischer; 1998. p.349-386.
Bax JS, Ungar PS. Incisor labial surface wear striations in modern humans and their implications for handedness in middle and late Pleistocene hominids. International journal of osteoarchaeology. 1999; 9:189-198.
Ungar PS, Beaupre S. Feeding adaptations II: The Vertebrates.. In: Singer R, editor. Encyclopedia of Vertebrate Paleontology. London: Fitzroy Dearborn; 1999. p.465-473.
Ungar PS, Schneider MJ. w of Chimpanzee Politics: Power and Sex among Apes. De Waal, F. The Quarterly review of biology. 1999; 74:250.
Churchill SE, Brink JS, Berger LR, Hutchison RA, Rossouw L, Styder D, Hancox PJ, Brandt D, Woodborne S, Loock JC, Scott L, Ungar PS. Erfkroon: a new Florisian fossil locality from fluvial contexts in the western Free State, South Africa. South African journal of science. 2000; 96:161-163.
Ungar PS, Rose JC. Osteodental Biology Of The People Of Portus Romae (Necropolis Of Isola Sacra, 2nd-3rd Cent. AD. American journal of physical anthropology. 2000; 112:438-440.
Ungar PS. Exploring the effects of tooth wear on function: a preliminary study of dental topography in Gorilla gorilla. Paleontologica electronica. 2000; 3(1):18p.
Spencer MA, Ungar PS. Craniofacial morphology, diet and incisor use in three Amerind populations. International journal of osteoarchaeology. 2000; 10:229-241.
Ungar PS, Teaford MF. The dietary split between apes and the earliest human ancestor. In: Tobias PV, Rath M, Moggi-Ceechi J, Doyle GA, editors. Humanity from African Naissance to the Coming Millenia Florence: Firenze University Press; 2001. p.337-352.
Teaford MF, Grine FE, Ungar PS. Fossil evidence for the evolution of human diet.. In: Ungar PS, Teaford MF, editors. Human Diet London and Westport: Bergen and Garvey; 2002. p.143-166.
Ungar PS, Teaford MF. Perspectives on the evolution of human diet. In: Ungar PS, Teaford MF, editors. Human Diet London and Westport: Bergen and Garvey; 2002. p.1-6.
Ungar PS. Reconstructing the diets of fossil primates.. In: Plavcan JM, Kay RF, Jungers WL, van Schaik CP, editors. Reconstructing Behavior in the Fossil Primate Record New York: Plenum; 2002. p.261-296.
Ungar PS, Teaford MF, editors. Human Diet London and Westport: Bergen and Garvey; 2002.
Ungar PS. Review of Lothagam: The Dawn Of Humanity in Eastern Africa, Leakey, M.G; Harris, J.M, eds. The Quarterly review of biology. 2003; 78:354.
Lacruz R, Ungar PS, Hancox PJ, Brink JS, Berger LR. Gladysvale: Fossils, strata and GIS analysis. South African journal of science. 2003; 99:283-286.
Nigro J, Ungar PS, deRuiter D, Berger LR. Developing a Geographic Information System (GIS) for mapping and analyzing fossil deposits at Swartkrans, Gauteng Province, South Africa. Journal of archaeological science. 2003; 30:317-324.
Ungar PS. The evolution of human diet: The known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable. Evolutionary anthropology. 2004; 13:45-46.
Ungar PS. Dental evidence for the diets of fossil primates at Rudabánya. In: Bernor RL, Kordos L, Rook L, editors. Recent Advances On Multidisciplinary Research at Rudabánya, Late Miocene (Mn9), Hungary Florence: Bolletino della Societa Paleontologica Italiana; 2004. p.14-15.
Ungar PS. Molar microwear and shearing crest development in Miocene catarrhines. Anthropologie. 2004; 42:21-35.
Schubert BW, Ungar PS. Reflecting on their bite: wear facets and occlusal relationships in tyrannosaurids. Acta palaeontologica Polanica. 2005; 50:93-99.
Merceron G, Ungar PS. Dental microwear and palaeoecology of bovids from the early Pliocene of Langebaanweg, Cape Province, South Africa. South African journal of science. 2005; 101:265-270.
Ungar PS. . Review of Dental Functional Morphology: How Teeth Work. Lucas, P.W. American journal of physical anthropology. 2005; 128:701-702.
Ungar PS. Dental evidence for the diets of fossil primates from Rudabánya, northeastern Hungary with comments on extant primate analogs and “noncompetitive” sympatry. Palaeontographia Italica. 2005; 90:97-111.
Ungar PS, Merceron G, Scott RS. Dental microwear of bovids from Langebaanweg; Evidence for diet and paleoecology. African natural history. 2006; 2:199-200.
Schubert BW, Ungar PS, Sponheimer M, Reed KE. Microwear evidence for Plio-Pleistocene bovid diets from Makapansgat Limeworks Cave, South Africa. Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology. 2006; 241:301-319.
Ungar PS. Review of Teeth (2nd Edition). Hillson, S. Quarterly review of biology. 2006; 81:190.
Ungar PS. Diet in early Homo: A review of the evidence and a new model of adaptive versatility. Annual review of anthropology. 2006; 35:209-228.
Ungar PS. Limits to Knowledge on the Evolution of Hominin Diet. In: Ungar PS, editor. The Evolution of Hominin Diets New York: Oxford University Press; 2007. p.395-408.
Ungar PS, editor. Early Hominin Diets New York: Oxford University Press; 2007.
Teaford MF, Ungar PS. Dental adaptations of African apes.. In: Henke W, Rothe H, Tattersall I, editors. Handbook of Paleoanthropology, Volume 1 Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag; 2007. p.1107-1132.
Ungar PS. Dental functional morphology: The known, the unknown, and the unknowable. In: Ungar PS, editor. The Evolution of Hominin Diets New York: Oxford University Press; 2007. p.39-55.
Ungar PS. Dental topography and human evolution: With comments on the diets of Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus.. In: Bailey S, Hublin JJ, editors. Dental Perspectives on Human Evolution New York: Springer-Verlag; 2007. p.321-344.
Ungar PS, Merceron G, Scott RS. Dental microwear texture analysis of Varswater bovids and early Pliocene paleoecology of Langebaanweg, Western Cape Province, South Africa. Journal of mammalian evolution. 2007; 14:163-181.
Teaford MF, Kay RF, Ungar PS. Molar shape and molar microwear in the Koobi Fora monkeys: Ecomorphological Implications. In: Jablonski N, Leakey MG, editors. Koobi Fora Project, Volume Vi, Monkeys. San Fransisco: California Academy of Sciences; 2008. p.337-358.
Ungar PS, Scott RS, Scott JS, Teaford MF. Dental microwear analysis: historical perspectives and new approaches.. In: Irish JD, Nelson GC, editors. Technique and Application in Dental Anthropology Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2008. p.389-425.
Ungar PS, Bunn J. Primate dental topographic analysis and functional morphology.. In: Irish JD, Nelson G, editors. Technique and Application in Dental Anthropology Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2008. p.253-265.
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