2009             Holloway, Ralph L., Sherwood, Chet C., Hof, Patrick R. and Rilling, James K., Evolution of the Brain: In Humans--
                       Paleoneurology. The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, in Springer.[view pdf]

2009             Holloway, Ralph L., Sherwood, Chet C., Hof, Patrick R. and Rilling, James K, Evolution of the Brain: In Humans--
                       Specializations in a Comparative Perspective. The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, in Springer. [view pdf]

2009             Holloway, Ralph L. Brain Fossils: Endocasts. In: Squire LR (ed.) Encyclopedia of Neuroscience,
                       volume 2, pp. 353-361. Oxford: Academic Press. [view pdf]

2004             Holloway, Ralph L., Yuan, M. S., and Broadfield, D.C.The Human Fossil Record: Brain Endocasts: The Paleoneurological
                       Evidence. New York. John Wiley & Sons Publishers.*won the 2005 Association of American Publishers Award for
                      Outstanding Achievement in Professional and Scholarly Publishing [view cover] [section I][section II]




2008             Holloway, Ralph L. "The Human Brain Evolving: A Personal Retrospective." Annual Review of Anthropology
                       37.1 (2008): 1-19.[view pdf]

2007             Schoenemann, P. Thomas, et al. "Validation of Plaster Endocast Morphology through 3D CT Image Analysis" s
                       Annual Review of Anthropology. (37.1 (1-19). [view pdf]

2005             Holloway, R.L., et al."Planum Parietale of Chimpanzees and Orangutans: A Comparative Resonance of
                       Human-Like Planum Temporale Asymmetry." The Anatomical Record Part A: Discoveries in Molecular,
                       Cellular, and Evolutionary Biology. 287A.1 (1128-41). [view pdf]

2004             Holloway, R.L., et al."Posterior Lunate Sulcus in Australopithecus Africanus: Was Dart Right?"
                       Comptes Rendus PALEVOL 3.4 (287-93)[view pdf]               

2003             Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C., Yuan, M.S."Morphology and Histology of Chimpanzee Primary Visual
                       Striate Cortex Indicate That Brain Reorganization Predated Brain Expansion in Early Hominid Evolution."
                       Anatomical Record: 237 A. 594- 602. [view pdf]

2002             Holloway, R.L, Yuan, M.S, Broadfield, DeGusta,D, Richards, GD, Silvers, A.,Shapiro, JS, White, TD."The
                      Missing Omo L-338y-6 Occipital Marginal Sinus Drainage Pattern: Ground Sectioning , CT Scanning, and the
                      Original Fossil Fail to Show It." Anatomical Record 266: 249-257. [view pdf]                    

2002              Holloway, R.L, "Brief Communication: How Much Larger Is the Relative Volume of Area 10 of the Prefrontal
                       Cortex in Humans?" American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 118.4. [view pdf: page 1] [page 2] [page 3]

2002              Holloway, R.L. Commentary: Head to head with Boas: Did he err on the plasticity of head form? Vol. 99 No.
                       23. [view pdf]

2001              Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C., and Yuan, M.S.  Revisiting Australopithecine visual striate cortex: newer
                        data from chimpanzee and human brains suggest it could have been reduced during Australopithecine times.
                        In D. Falk and K. Gibbon (eds.), Evolutionary Anatomy of the Primate Cerebral Cortex. Cambridge
                        University Press,  pps. 177-186.. [ view pdf ]

2001              Holloway, R.L., "Does Allometry Mask Important Brain Structure Residuals Relevant to Species-Specific
                       Behavioral Evolution?" Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24.2: 286. [view pdf]

2001              Holloway, R.L., Brain, evolution of. In N.J. Smelser and P.B. Baltes (Eds.-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of
                       the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 2, pp. 1338-1345. Oxford: Elsevier Science. [view pdf]

2001              Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Mowbray, K., Silvers, A., and Marquez, S. The endocast of
                        Sambungmacan 3 (Sm3): A new Homo erectus from Indonesia. The Anatomical Record, 262: 369-379.
                        [view pdf ]

2000              Brain. In E. Delson, I. Tattersall, J. Van Couvering, and A.S. Brooks (eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Evolution
                       and Prehistory, 2nd edition. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., pps. 141-9 [view pdf]         

1999               Holloway, R.L., et al. "Hominid Brain Volume." Science 283.5398: 34-35. [view pdf]

1998              "Relative Size of the Human Corpus Callosum Redux: Statistical Smoke and Mirrors? Comments [On Fitch,
                       R.H. and Denenberg, V.H.). A Role forOvarian Hormones in Sexual Differentiation of the Brain. Behavioral
                       and Brain Sciences, 21(3): 311-52. [view pdf]

1998              Gannon, PJ, Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C., and Braun, A.R. "Asymmetry of chimpanzee planum
                       temporale: humanlike pattern of Wernicke’s brain language area homolog. Science 279: 220-2. [view pdf]

1997             Holloway, R.L., Comparative Neuroanatomy. In Spencer, F. (ed.), History of Physical Anthropology: An Encyclopedia, Vol. 2
                       (M-Z) New York: Garland Publishing., pp. 732-43. [view pdf]

1996              Evolution of the human brain. In A. Lock and C. Peters (eds.), Handbook of Human Symbolic Evolution,
 Chapter 4. New York: Oxford University Press. pps.74-116. [ view pdf ]

1993              Holloway, R.L., Anderson, P.J., Defidine, R., and Harper, C. "Sexual dimorphism of the human corpus
                        callosum from three independent samples: relative size of the corpus callosum. American Journal of Physical
                       Anthropology, 92:481-98. [view pdf ]

1993              Another primate brain fiction: brain (cortex) weight and h omogeneity. Comments [On Dunbar, R.I. (1993.)
                       Coevolution of neocortical size, group size and language in humans. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16:681-735]
                       Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16:707-8. [view pdf]

1992              Holloway, R.L., Shapiro, Jill S., "Relationship of Squamosal Suture to Asterion in Pongids: Relevance to Early
                       Hominid Brain Evolution." American Journal of Physical Anthropology 89.3: 275-82. [view pdf]

1992              Holloway, R.L., "Culture: A Human Domain." Current Anthropology 33.1: 47-64 .[view pdf]                 

1991              Holloway, R.L., "On Falk's 1989 Accusations Regarding Holloway's Study of the Taung Endocast: A Reply."
                       American Journal of Physical Anthropology 84.1: 87-88. [view pdf]

1990              Sexual dimorphism in the human corpus callosum: its evolutionary and clinical implications. In G.H.
                        Sperber (ed.), From Apes to Angels: Essays in Anthropology in Honor of Phillip V. Tobias. New York:
                        Wiley-Liss, Inc., pps. 221-8. [view pdf ]

1990             Falk’s radiator hypothesis. Comments [On Falk, D. (1990). Brain evolution in Homo: the "radiator" theory.
                        Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13:333-81]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13:360.[view pdf]

1988              Some additional morphological and metrical observations on Pan brain casts and their relevance to the Taung endocast.
                        American Journal of Physical Anthropology 77: 27-33.[view pdf]

1988             Brain. In I. Tattersall, E. Delson, and J. Van Couvering (eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory. New York
                       and London: Garland Publishing, Inc., pps. 98-10. [view pdf]

1986             Holloway, R.L. and de LaCoste, M.C. Sexual dimorphism in the human corpus callosum: an extension and replication
                       study. Human Neurobiology, 5:87-91.[view pdf]

1985             The poor brain of Homo sapiens neanderthalensis:  see what you please... In E. Delson (ed.), Ancestors: The Hard Evidence
                       [Proceedings of the Symposium held at the American Museum of Natural History, April 6-10, 1984, to mark the opening of the exhibition
                       "Ancestors: Four Million Years of Humanity"]. New York: A.R. Liss, Inc., pps. 319-24.p [view pdf]

1985             The past, present, and future significance of the lunate sulcus in early hominid evolution. In P.V. Tobias (ed.),Hominid Evolution:
                       Past, Present, and Future [Proceedings of the Taung Diamond Jubilee International Symposium, Johannesburg and
                       Mmabatho, Southern Africa, 27th January - 4th February, 1985]. New York: A.R. Liss, Inc., pps. 47-62.[view pdf]

1983             Cerebral brain endocast pattern of Australopithecus afarensis hominid. Nature, 303:420-2. [view pdf']

1983              Human paleontological evidence relevant to language behavior. Human Neurobiology, 2:105-14. [view pdf ]

1983              Human brain evolution: a search for units, models, and synthesis. Canadian Journal of Anthropology, 3(2):215-32.[view pdf]

1982              Holloway, R.L. and de LaCoste-Lareymondie, M.C. Brain endocast asymmetry in pongids and hominids:
                        some preliminary findings on the paleontology of cerebral dominance. American Journal of Physical
                        Anthropology, 58:101-10. [view pdf ]

1982             de LaCoste-Utamsing, C. and Holloway, R.L. "Sexual dimorphism in the human corpus callosum."
                       Science, 216:1431-2. [view pdf]

1982              Holloway, R.L. and Post, D.G.  The relativity of relative brain measures and hominid mosaic evolution.  In
                        E. Armstrong and D. Falk (eds.), Primate Brain Evolution: Methods and Concepts. New York: Plenum
                        Publishing Co., pps. 57-76. [view pdf ]

1981            Holloway, Ralph L. "Exploring the dorsal surface of hominid brain endocasts by stereoplotter and discriminant analysis."
                       Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (London). B. 292: 155-66. [view pdf]

1981           Volumetric and symmetry determinations on recent hominid endocasts: Spy I and II, Djebel Ihroud I, and the Sale Homo Erectus
specimen, with some notes on Neandertal brain size. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 55: 385-94. [view pdf]

1981            Culture, symbols, and human brain evolution: a synthesis. Dialectical Anthropology. 5: 287-303. [view pdf]

1981            Holloway, R.L.,"Revisiting the South African Taung Australopithecine endocast: the position of the Lunate sulcus as determined
by the stereoplotting technique." American Journal of Physical Anthropology 56: 43-58. [view pdf]

1981            Indonesian "Solo" (Ngandong) endocranial reconstruction: some preliminary observations and comparisons with Neandertal
and Homo erectus groups. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 53: 285-95. [view pdf]

1980            Stereoplotting hominid brain endocasts: some preliminary results. [NATO symposium on "Application of Human Biostereometrics",
                        July 9-13, 1978, Paris, France; published 1980 by S.P.I.E. as Vol. 166] S.P.I.E., 16: 200-205. [view pdf]

1980             "Within-species brain-body weight variability: a reexamination of the Danish data and other primate species."
                        American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 53:109-21. [ view pdf ]

1976             Paleoneurological evidence for language origins. In S.R. Harnad, H.D. Steklis, J. Lancaster (eds.),  Origins and Evolution
                       of Language and Speech. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 280:330-48. [ view pdf ]

1973             The evolving brain. Book Review: The Brain in Hominid Evolution, by P.V. Tobias. New York and London: Columbia
                       University Press, 1972. Nature, 241:221-2.[view pdf]

1973             New endocranial values for the East African early hominids. Nature, 243:97-9. [view pdf]

1972             New Australopithecine Endocast, SK 1585, from Swartkrans, S. Africa. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
                        37 (2): 173-86. [view pdf]

1972             Australopithecine endocasts, brain evolution in the Hominoidea and a model of hominid evolution. In R. Tuttle (ed.),The Functional
                       and Evolutionary Biology of Primates. Chicago, New York: Aldine/Atherton Press. pps. 185-204. [view pdf]

1970              Australopithecine endocast (Taung specimen, 1924): a new volume determination. Science, 168: 966-8.
                       [view pdf]

1969             Holloway, R.L. "Culture: a human domain." Current Anthropology, 10(4):395-412. [ view pdf ]

1969             Some questions on parameters of neural evolution in primates. In J. Petras and C. Noback (eds.), Comparative and
                       Evolutionary Aspects of the Vertebrate Central Nervous System. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,
[view pdf]

1968             The evolution of the primate brain: some aspects of quantitative relationships. Brain Research, 7:121-72.
                     [view pdf]

1968             Reply to Professor Washburn [in reference to 'Tools and Teeth']. American Anthropologist, 70 (1): 102-6.
                       [view pdf]

1967             Tools and teeth: some speculations regarding caninine reduction. American Anthropologist, 69: 63-7.
                       [view pdf]

1967             The evolution of the human brain: some notes toward a synthesis between neural structure and the evolution
                        of complex behavior. General Systems, XII:3-19. [ view pdf ]

* For a complete list of publications see CV.