CURRICULUM VITA

 

RALPH L. HOLLOWAY

    

Born:          February 6, 1935

               Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Address:       Department of Anthropology

               Columbia University

               1200 Amsterdam Avenue

               New York, New York 10027, USA

Tel:           (1) (212) 854-4570

Fax:           (1) (212) 854-7347

E-mail:        Ralph L. Holloway <rlh2@columbia.edu>

Web page:      http://www.columbia.edu/~rlh2/

 

EDUCATION

    

1953-1956:     Drexel Institute of Technology, Philadelphia Co-op Program in Metallurgical Engineering)

 

1959:          B.S., University of New Mexico (Geology and Engineering)

 

1964:          Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley (Anthropology; Dissertation: "Some Quantitative Relations of the Primate Brain")

 

POSITIONS HELD

 

     1952-1960:     Pan American Petroleum Company,

                     Lockheed Aircraft,

                     Armco Stainless Steel Company,

                    American Telephone and Telegraph Company,

                     American Stores Company.

 

     1960-1961:     Teaching Assistant (Anthropology), University of California, Berkeley.

 

     1964-1969:     Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University.

 

     1966-1968:     Departmental Consultant for Columbia College.

 

     1969-1972:     Associate Professor.  Departmental Representative for the School of General Studies; Adjunct position with New School for Social Research, to 1985.

 

     1973-present:  Full Professor.  Departmental Representative (College), 1977-1978, 1981; Chairman, 1979-1981.  Departmental Representative, College and General Studies, 1995-1998; Committee on Scientific Instruction, 1994-1999. University Senate, 1996-1998, 1999-2005.

2005-present:  Research Associate, American Museum of                                        Natural History

       

FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS

 

     1961-1964:     Pre-doctoral Fellowship, National Institutes of Mental Health

 

     1964:          Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Institutes of Mental Health

 

     1967-1968:     Social Science Research Council Grant for Research and Writing - Summers

 

     1974:          Guggenheim Fellowship - June 1974 - January 1975

 

     1969-1982:     NSF Grants GS-2300 and GS-92231x,

                     SOC-74-20149; BNS-78-05651, BNS-79-11235

 

     1984-1992      NSF Grant BNS-84-18921

                     L.S.B. Leakey Foundation

 

     1988-          NSF Grant BNS-88-13032

    

     1995-present   co-investigator on NSF grant with Dr.

                     Patrick Gannon, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine.

    

 

 

1996-present   Co-PI on NSF-SBR 9528100, awarded to Doug                          Broadfield; Co-PI on NSF grant awarded to                          Chet Sherwood; NIH Grant Co-PI with Michael Campbell

 

 

RESEARCH

 

     Interests      Evolution of brain and behavior; comparative primate psychology and aggression; ethology; stress biology; evolutionary biology; paleoneurology; the nature of culture; hominid paleontology; neural biological variability; sexual dimorphism; and allometry.

 

     Laboratory:    The analysis of environmental effects on dendritic branching in the cerebral cortex; comparative primate neuroanatomy; biostereometric analysis of brain and endocast morphology; cerebral asymmetry, lateralization, and cognition; endocasting techniques; modern brain variation in size and structure; brain-body allometry; sexual dimorphism in the human and nonhuman primate corpus callosum; chimpanzee brain variation.

 

     Field Work:    Kenya, South Africa, Indonesia, Europe, Asia. Studies on fossil hominids, endocasts, crania, and modern Asian brain variation.

 

HONORS

 

Elected to Phi Kappa Phi at University of New Mexico, and Honorary Geological Society, Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Who’s Who in the East, Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in Education, Who’s Who, Who’s Who in America,Dictionary of International Biography, American Men & Women of Science; presented James Arthur Lecture on the Evolution of the Human Brain, 1973; awarded Guggenheim Fellowship (1974); Sigma Xi; elected Fellow, NYAS (1977), Fellow, AAAS (1969);honorary Phi Beta Kappa, Columbia University (1992); Directory of American Scholars (2000).

 

Who’s Who in Sciences Higher Education (2003). Nomination as International Scientist of the Year, by International Biographical centre (2004).Inclusion in 60th Diamond Anniversary edition of Who’s Who in America.

 

Gave the Annual Leighton A. Wilkie Memorial Lecture for the Center for Research into The Anthropological Foundations of Technology: “What Fossil Human Skulls Can Tell Us About Brain Evolution”. Indiana University, Bloomington, IA, November 13, 2002.

 

Received the Wilton Krogman Award for “Distinguished Achievement in Biological Anthropology”, Feb., 2004, University of Pennsylvania.

 

A Two-Day Symposium: The Human Brain Evolving: Papers   in      Honor of Ralph L. Holloway, April 27-28, 2007, held at the Stone Age Institute, University of Indiana, Bloomington.

 

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

 

American Anthropological Association (not currently)

American Association for the Advancement of Sciences    (elected Fellow, 1969)

American Association of Physical Anthropologists

New York Academy of Sciences (elected Fellow, 1977)

Sigma Xi (not currently)

Society for Neuroscience

 

AREAS OF COMPETENCE

 

General Anthropology – Physical/Biological Anthropology

Paleoanthropology

Evolution of Human Behavior

Old World Prehistory

Comparative Neuroanatomy; Neurobiology

Human Brain Variation

Osteology and Osteometry

Human Neurological Variation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

         

BOOKS

 

1974      [Editor] Primate Aggression, Territoriality, and       Xenophobia: A Comparative Perspective. New York,       San Francisco, and London: Academic Press.

 

2004      Holloway, R.L., Yuan, M.S., and Broadfield, D.C. Brain Endocasts: Paleoneurological Evidence. A Volume in the Jeff Schwartz and Ian Tattersall’s Human Fossil Record series. New York: John Wiley & Sons Publishers.(This book won the 2005 Feb 8 Association of American Publishers Award for Outstanding Achievement in Professional and Scholarly Publishing)

 

ARTICLES

 

1962      A note on sagittal cresting. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 20(4):527-30.

 

1965      Cranial capacity of the hominine from Olduvai Bed I [Some confirmatory evidence]. Nature, 208:205-6.

 

1966      Cranial capacity of the Olduvai Bed I hominine [A reply to Professor Tobias]. Nature, 210:1108-9.

 

1966      Cranial capacity, neural reorganization, and hominid evolution: a search for more suitable parameters.  American Anthropologist, 68:103-21.

1966      Structural reduction through ‘probable mutation effect’: a critique and questions regarding human evolution. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 25(1):7-12.

 

1966      Cranial capacity and neuron number: a critique and proposal. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 25:305-14.

 

1966      Dendritic branching: some preliminary results of training and complexity in rat visual cortex. Brain Research, 2:393-6.

 

1966      Book Reviews: (1) The Natural History of Aggression: Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the British Museum (Natural History), London, from 21-22 October 1963. Edited by J.D. Carthy and F.J. Ebling. London and New York: Academic Press, 1964; (2) The Nature of Conflict. Edited by E.B. McNeil. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1965. American Anthropologist, 68:830-2.

 

1967      Book Review: The Territorial Imperative: A Personal Inquiry into the Animal Origins of Property and Nations. By R. Audrey. New York: Atheneum, 1966. Political Science Quarterly, December LXXXII: 630-2.

 

1967      The human brain in evolutionary perspective.  In M. Fried (ed.), Readings in Anthropology, Volume I, 2nd Edition. pps. 215-23.

 

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.

 

1967      Human aggression: the need for a species-specific framework. Special Supplement of Natural History, in association with Symposium in Anthropology and War, pps. 29-48

 

1967      Tools and teeth: some speculations regarding canine reduction. American Anthropologist, 69:63-7.

 

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

 

1968      Territory and aggression in man: a look at Ardrey’s Territorial Imperative. In M.F. Montagu (ed.), Man and Aggression, New York: Oxford University Press, pps. 96-102. (Reprinted in 1972 Edition.)

 

1968      Cranial capacity and the evolution of the human brain. In M.F.A. Montagu (ed.), Culture, Man's Adaptive Dimension. New York: Oxford University Press, pps. 170-96.

 

1968      Comments [On C. Emiliani (1968). The Pleistocene epoch and the evolution of man. Current Anthropology, 9(1): 27-47]. Current Anthropology, 9(1):35-6.

 

1968      Reply to Professor Washburn [A reply to Professor Washburn - "Tools and Teeth"]. American Anthropologist, 70(1):102-6.

 

1968      Book Review: Man-Apes or Ape-Man? The Story of Discoveries in Africa. By W.E. LeGros Clark. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967. Human Biology, 40(3):421-3.

 

1968      Human aggression: the need for a species-specific framework. In  M. Fried, M. Harris and R. Murphy (eds.), War: The Anthropology of Armed Conflict and Aggression. New York: The Natural History Press, pps. 29-48. 

 

1968      Book Review: The Human Brain in Figures and Tables: A Quantitative Handbook. By S.M. Blinkov and I.I. Gleser. New York: Basic Books, 1968. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 29:449-50.

 

1969      Culture: a human domain. Current Anthropology, 10(4):395-412.

 

1969      Book Review: Cognitive Consistency. Edited by S. Feldman. New York: Academic Press, 1966. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 2:83.

 

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, 167(1):332-40.

 

1969      Book Review: Aggressive Behaviour: Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Biology of Aggressive Behavior, held at eh Istituto Di Recerche Farmacoliche ‘Mario Negri’, Milan, 2-4 May, 1968. Edited by S Garattini and E.B. Siggs. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica Foundation, 1969. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 2:531.

 

1970      Neural parameters, hunting, and the evolution of the human brain. In C.R. Noback, W. Montagna (eds.), Advances in Primatology, Volume 1: The Primate Brain. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. pps. 299-310. 

 

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

 

1970      New endocranial values for the australopithecines.  Nature, 227:199-200.

 

1970      Book Review: The Physiological Bases of Motivation. By J.E. Hokanson. London: John Wiley and Son, 1969. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 3:471.

 

1970      Reply [To T. Duel and to I. Rossi, "On Culture as a Human Domain". Current Anthropology, 11: 482]. Current Anthropology, 11:482-3.

 

1970      Book Review: Evolutionary Anthropology: A Reader in Human Biology. By H.K. Bleibtreu. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1969. American Anthropologist, 72:952-3.

 

1970      Book Review: The Way to Modern Man. An Introduction to Human Evolution. By F. T. Adams. New York: Teachers College Press, 1968. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 33:120-1.

 

1970      About breasts, buttocks and body hair. Psychology Today, 3(12):6 & 77.

 

1970      Hominid evolution. Comments [On C.J. Jolly (1970). The seed-eaters: a new model of hominid differentiation based on a baboon analogy. Man (N.S.), 5(1):1-26]. Man(N.S.), 5(3):518-9.

 

1971      Book Review: Primate Behavior. Developments in Field and Laboratory Research, vol. 1. Edited by L.A. Rosenblum. New York: Academic Press, 1970. Brain, Behavior, and Evolution, 4:334-5.

 

1971      Comments [On C. Quigley (1971). Assumption and inference on human origins. Current Anthropology, 12(4-5): 519-40]. Current Anthropology, 12:530-1.

 

1971      Reply [To M. Durbin, "More on Culture as a Human Domain". Current Anthropology, 12(3): 397-400; And to R.A. Watson, "More on Culture as a Human Domain". Current Anthropology, 12(3):400-1]. Current Anthropology, 12:401-3.

 

1971      Book Review: Human Origins: An Introduction to Physical Anthropology. By T.W. McKern & S. McKern. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1969. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 34:308-9.

 

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.

 

1972      Holloway, R.L. and Szinyei-Merse, E. Human biology: A catholic review. In B.J. Siegel.(ed.), Biennial Review of Anthropology, 1971. Stanford: Stanford University Press. pps. 85-166. 

 

1972      New Australopithecine endocast, SK1585, from Swartkrans, S. Africa. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 37(2):173-86.

 

1972      Book Review: Evolution des vertebres: De leur origine a l'Homme. By G. Vandebroek. Paris: Masson & Cie Editeurs, 1969. American Anthropologist, 74:146-7.

 

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.

 

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

 

 

 

 

1973      Endocranial volumes of the early African hominids and the role of the brain in human mosaic evolution.  Journal of Human Evolution (Dart Memorial Volume), 2:449-59

 

1974      [Book, Editor] Primate Aggression, Territoriality, and Xenophobia: A Comparative Perspective. New York, San Francisco, and London: Academic Press.

 

1974      Introduction. In R.L. Holloway (ed.), Primate Aggression, Territoriality, and Xenophobia: A Comparative Perspective. New York, San Francisco, and London: Academic Press, pps. 1-9

 

1974      On the meaning of brain size. Book review: Evolution of the Brain and Intelligence. By H.J. Jerison. New York: Academic Press, 1973. Science, 184: 677-9.

 

1974      Fossil man in the Old World. In R. Stigler (ed.) Prehistory of the Old World. New York: St. Martin’s Press, pps. 9-44.

 

1974      Book Review: The Predatory Behavior of Wild Chimpanzees. By G. Teleki. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1973. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 9:235-6.

 

1974      The casts of fossil hominid brains. Scientific American, 231(1):106-15.

 

1975      The Role of Human Social Behavior in the Evolution of the Brain [The 43rd James Arthur Lecture on the evolution of the human brain at the American Museum of Natural History, 1973]. New York: The American Museum of Natural History. 45 pps.

 

1975      Book Review: Evolution of the Genus Homo. By W. Howells. Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley, 1973. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 42(1):172-3.

 

 

 

 

1975      Early hominid endocasts: volumes, morphology, and significance. In R. Tuttle (ed.), Primate Functional Morphology and Evolution. The Hague: Mouton, pps. 393-416. 

 

1975      On the brain and human status. Book Reviews: (1) Being and Becoming Human: Essays on the Biogram, by E.W. Count. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1973; (2) Evolution of the Brain and Intelligence, by H.J. Jerison. New York: Academic Press, 1973. Reviews in Anthropology, 2:314-22.

 

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.

 

1976      Book Reviews: (1) Evolution of the Brain and Intelligence. By H.J. Jerison. New York: Academic Press, 1973; (2) Human Behavior and Brain Functions. Edited by H.J. Widroe. Springfield, Illinois: Thomas, 1975; (3) Violence and the Brain. By V.H. Marls and F.R. Erwin. New York: Harper and Row, 1970. American Anthropologist, 78:702-3.

 

1976      Evolución Biológica vs. evolución cultural de la conducta violenta. In S. Genoves and J.F. Passy (eds.), Compartimiento y Violencia. Mexico: Editorial Diana. pps. 41-52.

 

1976      Some problems of hominid brain endocast reconstruction, allometry, and neural reorganization. In P.V. Tobias and Y. Coppens (eds.), IX Congres. Colloque VI: Les Plus Anciens Hominides, Pretirage [Congress of the Union Internationale dfs Sciences Prehistorioques et Protohistoriques. Nice, France. September 13-18,1976]. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, pps. 69-119.

 

1977      Book Review: Craniofacial Morphology of Pan Paniscus.  By D.L. Cramer. 1977. Volume 10 of Contribution to Primatology, edited by F.S. Szalay. Basel: Karger, 1977. Man, 12:343-4.

 

1978      Book Review: Paleoanthropology: Morphology and Paleoecology. Edited by R.H. Tuttle. The Hague, Paris:  Mouton Publishers, 1975. Annals of Human Biology, 5:90.

 

1978      The relevance of endocasts for studying primate brain evolution. In C.R. Noback (ed.) Sensory Systems in Primates. New York: Academic Press, pps. 181-200.

 

1978      Film Review: The Human Brain. By J.T. Bobbitt, 1955. American Anthropologist. 80(2):493-4.

 

1978      Book Reviews: (1) Evolution of Brain and Behavior in Vertebrates. Edited by R.B. Masterson, M.E. Bitterman, C.B.G. Campbell, and N. Hotton, New York: Halstead Press, 1976; (2) Evolution, Brain and Behavior:  Persistent Problems. Edited by R.B. Masterson, W. Hodos, and H. Jerison. New York: Halstead Press, 1976. Evolution, 32:223-4.

 

1978      Problems of brain endocast interpretation and African hominid evolution. In  C. Jolly (ed.), Early Hominids of Africa. London: Duckworth. pps. 379-401.

 

1979      Book Review:  The Dragons of Eden: Speculation of the Evolution of Human Intelligence. By C. Sagan. New York: Random House, 1977. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 50:137-9.

 

1979      Brain size, allometry, and reorganization: toward a synthesis. In M.E. Hahn, C. Jensen, and B.C. Dudek (eds.), Development and Evolution of Brain Size:  Behavioral Implications. New York: Academic Press, pps. 59-88.

 

1979      Book Review: The Growing Brain: Childhood Crucial years. By J. Brierley. London: NFER Publishing Co., Ltd., 1976. The Journal of Psychological Anthropology, p. 516.

 

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.

 

1980      Indonesian "Solo" (Ngandong) endocranial reconstruction: some preliminary observations and comparisons with Neandertal and Homo erectus groups.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 53:285-95

 

1980      The O.H. 7 (Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania) hominid partial brain endocast revisited. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 53:267-274.

 

1980      Book Review: Paleoneurology. By V.I. Kochetkova with commentary by H.J. Jerison. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1978. American Anthropologist, 82:174-5.

 

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 Volume 166] S.P.I.E., 166:200-5.

 

1981      The endocast of the Omo juvenile L338y-6 hominid: gracile or robust Australopithecus? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 54:109-18.

 

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

 

1981      Exploring the dorsal surface of hominoid brain endocasts by stereoplotter and discriminant analysis.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (London). B 292:155-66.

 

1981      Volumetric and asymmetry determinations on recent hominid endocasts: Spy I and II, Djebel Ihroud I, and the SalŹ Homo erectus specimen, with some notes on Neandertal brain size. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 55:385-94.

 

1981      The Indonesian Homo erectus brain endocasts revisited.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 55: 503-21.

 

 

 

1981      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.

 

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.

 

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.

 

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

 

1982      Phenotypic windows other than size in the evolution of the human brain. In The Search for Absolute Values and the Creation of the New World, Volume II [Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences. Seoul, Korea. November 9-13, 1981]. New York: International Cultural Foundation Press, pps. 1099-130.

 

1983      Book Review: The Human Primate. By R.E. Passingham.   Oxford and San Francisco: WH. Freeman, 1982. Annals of Human Biology, 10(4):393-4

 

1983      The OH 7 (Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania) parietal fragments and their reconstruction: a reply to Wolpoff. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 60:505-16.

 

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

 

1983      Cerebral brain endocast pattern of Australopithecus afarensis hominid. Nature, 303:420-2.

 

1983      Book Review: The Myths of Human Evolution. By N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall. New York: Columbia University Press, 1982. Recent Publications in Natural History, 1(1):2-5.

 

1983      Homo erectus brain endocasts: volumetric and morphological observations with some comments on cerebral asymmetries.  In Congres International De Paleontologie Humaine. Colloque Internat. [1er Congres. Pretirage. Nice, France. 16-21 October 1982]. Centre National de la Rechercht Scientifique, pps. 355-66.

 

1983      Comments [On B. Blumenberg (1983). The evolution of the advanced hominid brain. Current Anthropology, 24(5) 589-623]. Current Anthropology, 24(5):603.

 

1983      Book Review: The Principles of Cerebral Dominance: The Evolutionary Significance of the Radical Deduplication of the Human Brain. By CW. Needham. Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas, 1982. American Anthropologist, 85:961-2.

 

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

 

1983      Comments [On JB Lancaster (1983). The evolution of the juvenile period in the human life cycle. In Absolute Values and the Creation of the New World, Volume II, Group V-B: Origin of Human Culture. New York: The International Cultural Foundation Press, pps 1295-312].[Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences. November 25-28, 1982. Philadelphia, USA], Origin of Human Culture: Discussion. New York: The International Cultural Foundation Press, pps. 1338-44.

 

1984      The Taung endocast and the lunate sulcus: a rejection of the hypothesis of its anterior position. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 64:285-7.

 

1984      Book Review: New Interpretations of Ape and Human Ancestry. By R.S. Ciochon and  R.S. Corruccini, 1983.  New York: Plenum Press.  American Journal of Primatology, 7:299-300.

 

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.

 

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.

 

1985      Harper, C.G., Kril, JJ, and Holloway, R.L. Brain shrinkage in chronic alcoholics: a pathological study. British Medical Journal, 290:501-4.

 

1985      Book review: The Human Legacy. By L. Festinger. New York: Columbia University Press, 1983. Annals of Human Biology, 12(5):393-4

 

1986      de LaCoste, M.C., Holloway, R.L., and Woodward, D.J. Sex differences in the fetal human corpus callosum. Human Neurobiology, 5:93-6.

 

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.

 

1986      Holloway, R.L. and Kimbel, WH. Endocast morphology of Hadar hominid AL 162-28. Nature, 321:536.

 

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. 98-105.

 

 

 

 

1988      "Robust" Australopithecine brain endocasts: some preliminary observations. In F. Grine (ed.), The Evolutionary History of the "Robust" Australopithecines, Chapter 5. New York: Aldine de Gruyter pps. 97-106.

 

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.

 

1988      Heilbroner, P.L. and Holloway, R.L. Anatomical brain asymmetries in New World and Old World Monkeys: stages of temporal lobe development in primate evolution.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology,76:39-48.

 

1989      Book Review: Comparative Primate Biology, Vol. 4:  Neurosciences. By H.D. Steklis and J. Erwin. New York: A.R. Liss, Inc., 1988. American Anthropologist, 91:1031-2.

 

1989      Comments [On I. Davidson and W. Noble (1989). The archaeology of perception: traces of depiction and language. Current Anthropology, 30(2): 125-56]. Current Anthropology, 30:331-2.

 

1989      Heilbroner, P.L. and Holloway, R.L. Anatomical brain asymmetry in monkeys: frontal, temporoparietal, and limbic cortex in Macaca.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 80:203-11.

 

1990      Book Review: Intelligence and Evolutionary Biology. Edited by H.J. Jerison and I. Jerison. NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1988. Annals of Human Biology, 17(1):61-2

 

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.

 

 

 

 

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. 

 

1991      On Falk's 1989 accusations regarding Holloway's study of the Taung endocast: a reply. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 84:87-8.

 

199l      Book Review: Illustrated Guide to the Central Nervous System. By K. Sugiura, G.A. Robinson, and D.G. Stuart. St. Louis, MO: Ishiyaku EuroAmerican, Inc., 1989. American Journal of Human Biology, 3(2):216-7

 

1992      Holloway, R.L. and Heilbroner, P. The corpus callosum in sexually dimorphic and nondimorphic primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 87:349-58.

 

1992      Book Review: Language and Species. By D. Bickerton, 1991. Chicago: University Chicago Press. Journal of Human Evolution, 22:159-61.

 

1992      The failure of the gyrification index (GI) to account for volumetric reorganization in the evolution of the human brain. Journal of Human Evolution, 22:163-70.

 

1992      Culture: A Human Domain (1969). Reprinted in S. Silverman (ed.), Inquiry and Debate in the Human Sciences: Contribution from Current Anthropology, 1960-1990 [Special issue in celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research]. Current Anthropology, 33(Supplement):47-64.

 

1992      Book Review: Uniquely Human: The Evolution of Speech, Thought, and Selfless Behavior. By P. Lieberman. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1991. American Anthropologist, 94:748-9.

 

1992      Holloway, R.L. and Shapiro, J.S. Relationship of squamous suture to asterion in pongids (Pan): relevance to early hominid brain evolution. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 89:275-82.

 

1993      Another primate brain fiction: brain (cortex) weight and homogeneity. 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.

 

1993      Holloway, R.L., Anderson, PJ, 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.

 

1995      Toward a synthetic theory of human brain evolution.  In J.-P. Changeux and J. Chavaillon (eds.), Origins of the Human Brain [A Fyssen Foundation Symposium on "Origins of the Human Brain", December 16, 1990, Paris]. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pps. 42-54 (See also Discussion, pps. 55-60).

 

1995      Evidence for POT expansion in early Homo. A pretty theory with ugly (or no) paleoneurological facts. Comments [On Wilkins, W.K. and Wakefield, J. (1995). Brain evolution and neurolinguistic precondition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 18:161-226]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 18:191-3.

 

1995      Comments [On Aiello, L.C. and Wheeler, P (1995). The expensive-tissue hypothesis: the brain and the digestive system in human and primate evolution. Current Anthropology, 36(2): 199-221]. Current Anthropology, 36:213-4.

 

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.

 

1997      Neuroanatomy, Comparative. In Spencer, F. (ed.), History of Physical Anthropology: An Encyclopedia, Volume 2 (M-Z). New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., pps. 732-43.

 

1997      Brain evolution. In R. Dulbecco (ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Volume 2 (Bi-Com), 2nd Edition. New York: Academic Press. pps.189-200.

 

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.

 

1998      Language’s source: a particularly human confluence of hard wiring and soft. Book Review: The Symbolic Species: The Co-evolution of Language and the Brain. By T.W. Deacon. New York and London: WW Norton & Co., 1997. American Scientist, 86(2): 184-6. 

 

1998      Dean, D., Hublin, J.-J., Holloway, R., and Ziegler, R.

          On the phylogenetic position of the pre-Neandertal Specimen from Reilingen, Germany. Journal of Human Evolution, 34:485-508.

 

1998      Relative size of the human corpus callosum redux: statistical smoke and mirrors? Comments [On Fitch, R.H. and Denenberg, V.H.(1998). A role for ovarian hormones in sexual differentiation of the brain. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21(3):311-52]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21(3):333-5.

 

1999      Hominid brain volume. Science, 283:34.

 

1999      Book Review: An Invitation to Cognitive Science, Volume 4: Methods, Models, and Conceptual Issues, 2nd Edition, edited by D. Scarborough and S. Sternberg. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 74(1):106-7.

 

1999      Evolution of the Human Brain. In A. Lock and C. Peters (eds.), Handbook of Human Symbolic Evolution, Chapter 4. Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishers. pps.74-116.

 

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.

 

2000      Holloway denies label [Correspondence to Marks, J. (2000). Scientific racism, in your face. Anthropology News, 41(2):60]. Anthropology News, 41(5):4    

 

 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.R. Gibbon (eds.), Evolutionary  Anatomy of the Primate Cerebral Cortex. (A Festschrift for Dr. Harry Jerison.) Cambridge University Press. pps. 177-186.

 

2001      Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C., and Yuan, M.S. The parietal lobe in early hominid evolution: Newer evidence from chimpanzee brains. PV Tobias, MA Raath, J. Moggi-Cecchi, GA Doyle, Eds. Humanity from African Naissance to Coming Millennia. Firenze University Press, Witwatersrand University Press. pps. 365-371.

 

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

 

2001      Holloway, R.L. Does allometry mask important brain structure residuals relevant to species-specific behavioral evolution? Comments [On Finlay, B.L.; Darlington, R.B.; Nicastro, N. (2001). Developmental structure in brain evolution.] Behavioral and Brain Sciences: 24:286-87.

 

2001      Holloway, R.L. 2001. 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.

 

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.

 

2002      Holloway, R.L. How much larger is the relative volume of area 10 of the prefrontal cortex in humans? Am. J. Physical Anthropology 118:399-401.

 

2002      Holloway, R.L. (Letter to Editor) Biological     Anthropology at Columbia Anthropology News 43(8):3

 

2002      Holloway, R.L. (Letter to Editor) Administration     Disregards Bioanthropology Student Petition. Columbia Spectator, Nov. 21. P.4.

 

2002      Holloway, R.L. Commentary: Head to head with Boas: did    he err on the plasticity of head form? Proceedings Nat. Acad Sciences. 99:14622-14623.     

 

2003      Sherwood, C.C., Broadfield, D.C. Holloway, R.L., Gannon P.J., and Hof, P.R. Variability of Broca’s area homologue in great apes: implications for language evolution. Anatomical Record: Part A 217A:276-285.

 

2003      Sherwood, C.C., Lee, P.W.H., Rivera, C-B, Holloway, R.L., Gilessen, E.P.E., Simmons, R.M.T., Hakeem, A, Allman,J.M., Erwin, J.M. and Hof, P.R. Evolution of specialized pyramidal neurons in primate visual and motor cortex. Brain Behavior, and Evolution:61:28-44.

 

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: 273A: 594-602.

 

2003      Holloway, R.L. Was a manual gesturing stage really necessary? Commentary on M.C. Corballis= AFrom hand to mouth: gestures, speech, and the evolution of right-handedness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2003) 26:223-224.

 

2003      Sherwood, C.C., Holloway, R.L., Gannon, P.J., Semendeferi, K., Erwin, J.M., Zilles, K., and Hof, P.R. Neuroanatomical basis of facial expression in monkeys, apes, and humans. Annals N.Y. Academy Sciences.

 

2004      Sherwood, C.C., Holloway, R.L., Erwin, J.M., Schleicher, A., Zilles, K., Hof, P.R. Cortical Orofacial Motor Representation on Old World Monkeys, Great Apes, and Humans. 1. Quantitative Analysis of Cytoarchitecture. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 63:61-81.

 

2004      Sherwood, C.C., Holloway, R.L., Erwin, J.M., Hof, P.R.(As above) 2. Stereologic Analysis of Chemoarchitecture. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 63:82-106

 

2004      Holloway, R.L. and Yuan, M.S. A.L. 444- 2 Australopithecus afarensis Hadar endocast. A chapter in W.H. Kimbel (ed.) Monograph of Hadar A.L. 444-2 Australopithecus afarensis. Oxford Univ. Press.

 

2004      Holloway, R.L., Clarke, R.J., and Tobias, P.V. Posterior lunate sulcus in Australopithecus africanus: was Dart right? Comptes Rendue, PALEVOL,3:287-293.

 

2004      Holloway, R.L. La forme du crane. In: La Recherche, Juillet-Aout, 377:58-59

 

2004      Sherwood, C.C. et al . Brain structure variation in       great apes, with attention to the mountain gorilla (Gorilla berengei berengei). Am. J.Primatology,63:149-164.

 

2004      Subiaul, F., Cantlon, J.F., Holloway, R.L., Terrace, H.S. Cognitive imitation in Rhesus macaques. Science, 305:407-410.

 

2005      Holloway, R.L. Comments on R.J. Smith’s Relative Size versus controlling for size. In: Current Anthropology 46(2):265.

 

2005      Gannon, P.J., Kheck, N.M., Braun, A. Holloway, R.L.

          The planum parietale of chimpanzees and orangutans:

          a comparative resonance of human-like planum temporale

          asymmetry. Anatomical Record 287A:1128-1141. 

 

2006      Holloway, R.L. The Contribution of Paleoneurology to our Understanding of Human Brain Evolution. The Evolution of The Human Brain. 2005 Workshop Conference. Bellevue, WA: Foundation for the Future.

          p. 41-48.

 

2006      Bruner, E., Manzi, G, and Holloway, RL. Krapina and Saccopastore: Endocranial Morphology in the Pre-Wurmian Europeans. Periodicum Biologorum 108 (4):433-441.         

 

2007      Comments as a participant in “Humanity 3000” .2005 Symposium proceedings. Bellevue, WA. Kistler Foundation for the Future.

 

2007      A reply and critique of the Conroy and Smith (2007)

          Predictions of fossil primate brain component sizes.

          J. Comparative Human Biology (Homo).58:229-233.

 

2007      Schoenemann, PT, Gee, J., Avants, B., Holloway, RL., Monge, J., Lewis, J. Validation of plaster endocast morphology through 3D CT image analysis. AJPA 132:183-192.

 

In press: Chapter: Chapter 14, Tomographic analysis (W. H. Gilbert; R. L. Holloway; G.                                                                              Suwa.  In: The Daka Member: A Unique Window into the Pleistocene of Africa. W.Gilbert, B.Asfaw, Eds.  

                                                                                                                                                                            

In press: A description of the Dan5 endocast from Ethiopia with Scott Simpson (For Nature)

 

In press: Article on paleoneurology for Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (Springer)

 

In Press: Article on Human Brain Evolution for New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (Elsevier)

 

In press: The issue of brain reorganization in Australopithecus

          And early hominids: Dart had it right! (Paper for African genesis book to honor Prof. Tobias’ 80th Birthday) African Genesis: Perspectives on hominid evolution.  The editors are Reynolds, S.C. and Gallagher, A. The publishers are Wits University Press and the projected publication date is later this year.

 

 

 

 

Submitted:The Human Brain Evolving: a personal retrospective. Invited to write opening essay for Annual Review of Anthropology, for 2008.(Submitted late Jan., 2008)

 

ABSTRACTS

 

1997      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Gannon, PJ, and Laitman, J.T. Sex differences in the corpus callosum of the common chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Supplement 24:82. (Abstract)

 

1997      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Gannon, PJ, and Laitman, J.T. Sex differences in the splenium of the corpus callosum in the common chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes.: Implications for the origins of human language. 20th Mid-Winter meeting of the Assoc. For Res. Otolaryngology, p. 146. (Abstract)      

 

1998      Yuan, M., Holloway, R., Moss-Salentijn, L.,Yoder, M., and Broadfield, D. Perikymata counts in two modern human sample populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 26:237-8. (Abstract).

 

1998      Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C., and Yuan, M.S., Revisiting Australopithecine Visual Striate Cortex: newer data from chimpanzee and human brains. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 26:136. (Abstract)   

 

1998      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Gannon, PJ, Yuan,                        

          M., and Laitman, J.T. When did sexual dimorphism               

          appear in the brain’s hemispheric highway? American

          Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 26:114.

          (Abstract).

 

1998      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Gannon, PJ, Zenzen, J.T., and J.T. Laitman. Charting the evolution of sex differences in language: a study of the corpus callosum in macaques and chimpanzees. Feb. 1998 Otolaryngology Proceedings. (Abstract)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1998      Gannon, P.J.,Broadfield, D.C., Kheck, N.M., Hof, P.R., Braun, A.R., Irwin, JM, and Holloway, R.L. Anatomic expression Heschl’s gyrus and planum temporale asymmetry in great apes, lesser apes and Old World Monkeys. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24:160 (Abstract)

 

1998      Kheck, N.M., Gannon, P.J., Hof, P.R., Braun, A.R., Irwin, JM, and Holloway, R.L. Human-like pattern of hemispheric asymmetry in planum parietale of chimpanzees. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24:160 (Abstract)

 

1998      Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C., and Yuan, M.S. The parietal lobe in early hominid evolution: newer evidence from chimpanzee brains. Dual Congress International Association for the Study of Human Paleontology and International Association of Human Biologists. Sun City South Africa. June 28-July 4, 1998. (Abstract)

 

1999      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Gannon, P.J., and Laitman, J.T. When did sex differences in the human brain evolve? An examination of the brain’s major hemispheric pathway in macaques. Society For Neuroscience Abstracts, 24:105 (Abstract)

 

1999      Holloway, R., Marquez, S., Broadfield, D., and Yuan, M.  Did Australopithecines have inflated brains? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 28:155 (Abstract).

 

1999      Broadfield, D., Mowbray, K., Marquez, S., Holloway, R.L., and Laitman, J. The brain-face interface: Does brain size correlate with facial dimensions? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 28:98 (Abstract).

 

1999      Sherwood, C.C., Gannon, P.J., and Holloway, RL. Carotid canal as a predictor of cranial capacity in great apes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 28:249 (Abstract).

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2000      Holloway, R.L., Yuan, M.S., Marquez, S., Broadfield, D.C., and Mowbray, K. Extreme measures of SK 1585 brain endocast:  the endocranial capacities of robust australopithecines revisited. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 30:181-2 (Abstract)

 

2000      Yuan, M.S. and Holloway, R.L. New Endocast reconstructions of  Australopithecus africanus (Type II and Type III) from Sterkfontein, S. Africa. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 30:330 (Abstract).

 

2000      Sherwood, C.C., Yuan, M.S., Subiaul, F.X., and Holloway, R.L.. The sagittal suture and bilateral symmetry: implications for australopith reconstruction. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 30:279-80 (Abstract).

 

2000      Jungers, W.L., Holloway, R.L., Fitch, W.T., and Smith, RJ Brain size and body size covariation in hominoids. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 30:191 (Abstract).

 

2000      Mowbray, K., Marquez, S., Anton, S.C., Swisher, C.C., Jacob, T., Sawyer, G.I., Broadfield, D.C., Laitman, J.T., Holloway, R.L., Delson, E., and Tattersall, I. The newly recovered Poloyo hominid (PL-1) from Java. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 30:233 (Abstract)

 

2000      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Marquez, S., Laitman, J.T., Jacob, T., and Mowbray, K. The endocast of Poloyo 1 (PL-1), a new Homo erectus from Java. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 30:112 (Abstract)

 

2000      Erwin, J., Hof, P., Gannon, P. Holloway, R.L., and Perl, D. A research resource for comparative and evolutionary primate biology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 30:146 (Abstract).

 

 

 

2000      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Mowbray, K., Silvers, A., Delson, E., Laitman J.T., Marquez, S., Yuan, M.S. The endocast of Sambungmachan 3 (SM-3): a new Homo erectus from Java. Palaeoanthropology Society Abstracts (Abstract)

 

2000      Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C., and Yuan, M.S. Comparative evidence for the reorganization in early human evolution. Society For Neuroscience Abstracts. 26:188 (Abstract)

 

2000      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Marquez, S., Silvers, A., Mowbray, K. Brain evolution and endocasts: What we can learn from the discovery of Sambungmachan 3, a new Homo erectus. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. 26:189 (Abstract)

 

2000      Sherwood, C.C., Peburn, T.A., Kheck, N.M., Deftereos, M., Erwin, JM, Yuan, M.S., Holloway, R.L., Hof, P.R., and Gannon, P.J. Specializations of the facial motor nucleus in two species of Old World monkeys: A stereological analysis. Society For Neuroscience Abstracts. 26:189 (Abstract)

 

2001      Studying the brain with Washburn: some reminiscence. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 32:82 (Abstract).

 

2001      Broadfield, D.C., Holloway, R.L., Mowbray, K., Yuan, M.S., Silvers, A., Laitman, J.T., Marquez, S. The correlation between endocranial petalial patterns and the orbital cap. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 32:44 (Abstract).

 

2001      Sherwood, C.C., Broadfield, D.C., Yuan, M.S., Subiaul, F.X., Holloway, R.L. Frequency of the occipital marginal drainage pattern in African great ape endocasts. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 32:136 (Abstract).

 

2001      Weaver, A.H., Bergstrom, A., Holloway, R.L. Coordinate-based, measurable 3-D endocasts. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 32:161 (Abstract).

         

 

2001      Yuan, M.S., Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C., Degusta, D, Richards, G, Mowbray, K, Marquez, S. The missing Omo L338y-6 occipital marginal drainage pattern: There isn’t, is, isn’t... American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 32:169 (Abstract).

 

2001      Erwin, J.M., Sherwood, C.C.,Delman, B.N., Naidich, T.P Gentile, J.C.,Bruner, H.J., Braun, A.R., Holloway, R.L., Gannon, P.J., Perl, D.P., and Hof, P.R. The aging great ape brain: a volumetric MRI study of hippocampus and striatum. Society Neuroscience Abstract., Vol. 27, Program No. 855-3.     

 

2001      Sherwood, C.C., Erwin, J., Delman, B., Naidich, T., Bruner, H., Braun, A., Holloway, R., Gannon, P., Perl, D., and Hof, P.R. (2001) Brain volume in aging great apes: a postmortem MRI study. Am. J. Primatology, 54 (Suppl. 1) 45-46.

 

2002      Holloway, R.L. Brain endocast reconstructions of A.    boisei (Konso) and A. garhi (BOU-VP-12/130):some         contrasts. American Journal Physical Anthropology, Supplement 34: 86 (Abstract).

 

2002      Broadfield, D. and Holloway, RL. Asymmetry of the   frontal endocranium in modern humans: implications for interpretation of fossil endocasts. American Journal Physical Anthropology, Supplement 34: 48 (Abstract)

 

2002      Subiaul, F., Cantlon, J., Holloway, R.L., and Terrace, H. Monkey see, monkey learn: macaques learn 3-item lists by observing experienced subjects. American Journal Physical Anthropology, Supplement 34:151-2 (Abstract).

 

2002      Yuan, MS, Broadfield, D., Holloway. Brain         reorganization in hominid evolution: histological       confirmation in chimpanzee. American Journal Physical Anthropology, Supplement 34:169-170 (Abstract)

 

 

 

2002      Sherwood, CC., Allman, JM.,Hakeem, A., Singer, AA.,                 Holloway, RL., Perl, DP., Erwin, JM., Hof, PR.                     Evolution of the primate hippocampal formation: a

          stereological analysis. Am. J. Primat. 57 (Suppl. 1):

          64-65.

 

2002      Sherwood, C.C., Holloway, R.L., Gannon, P.J., Erwin, J.M., and Hof, P.R. Phylogenetic specializations or                orofacial motor nuclei in primates. Program No. 877.18. Washington, D.C. Society for Neuroscience, 2002, Online.

 

2002      Erwin, J.M. Sherwood, C.C., Allman, J.M., Hakeem, A., Singer, A.A., Holloway, R.L., Perl, D.P., and Hof, P.R. Allometric scaling and socioecological correlates of hippocampal subfield morphometry in primates. Program No. 877.17 2002. Washington, D.C. Society for Neuroscience, 2002. Online.

 

2002      Broadfield, D.C., Sherwood, C.C., Hof, P.R., and                    Holloway, R.L. Definitive evidence for lateralization              in Broca’s area in African great apes, or. Program No.             877.19, 2202 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Wash., D.C. Society for Neuroscience, 2002, Online.

 

2002      Sherwood, C.C., Allman, J.M., Hakeem, A., Holloway, R.L., Perl, D.P., Erwin, J.M., and Hof, P.R. Evolution            of primate hippocampal formation: a stereologic                    analysis: Am. J. Primatology 57 (Suppl. 1) 64-65.

 

2003      Yuan, MS., Holloway, RL., A new brain volume for the STS 60 specimen of Australopithecus africanus from Sterkfontein, S. Africa. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S36: 229.

 

2003      Broadfield, DC., Sherwood, CC., Hof, PR., Holloway, RL.

          Broca’s area homologue in great apes: implications for language evolution. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S36: 71-72.

 

2003      Holloway, RL. , Broadfield, DC., Yuan, MS., Tobias, PV. The lunate sulcus and early hominid brain evolution: toward the end of a controversy. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S36: 117

 

2003      Subiaul, F., Cantlon, H., Lurie, and R. Holloway. A re-evaluation of human and macaque “imitation:: Human children and rhesus macaques do not qualitatively differ in a copying task. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S36: 204.

 

2003      Sherwood, CC., Holloway, RL., Schleicher, A., Zilles, K., Erwin, JM., Gannon, PJ., and Hof, P.R. Co-evolution of communication and the brain in primates: New Evidence from the brain stem and motor cortex. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S36: 190.

 

2003      Copes, L., Holloway, R.L., and Mowbray, K. 2003 Frontal grooves in African populations: a non-metrical cranial trait analysis. A poster, presented at the 2003 AAPA Meetings, Tempe, Az.

 

2004      Holloway, R.L. Another look at the brain volume and                        

          reorganization of the Stw 505 A. africanus from

          Sterkfontein, S. Africa. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S37:     

          115.

 

2004      Broadfield, DC, Holloway, R.L., Laitman, J.T. Sex

          differences in the brain likely occurred after theape-

          human split. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S37:68.

 

2004      Copes, L.E., Holloway, R.L. The Monte Circeo

          Neandertal brain endocast. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S37:79

 

2004      Sherwood, C.C., Holloway, R.L., Broadfield, D.C. Two

          new Neandertal brain endocast reconstructions from

          Krapina. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S37:181

 

2004      Yuan, M.S., Holloway, R.L. Dissection method in brain

          endocast reconstruction. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S37:214.

 

2005      Holloway, R.L. The Bodo endocast: a strange frontal    

          Lobe... Am. J. Phys Anthro. S40: 118.

 

2005      Broadfield, D.C. and Holloway, R.L. The lunate sulcus                            

          in Taung: where is it? Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S40: 78

 

 

2005      Avants, B., Gee, J.C., Schoenemann, P.T., Monges, J,                                                                                    

          Lewis, J.E., Holloway, R.L. A new method for assessing

          Endocast morphology: calculating local curvature from         

          3D CT images. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S40::

 

2006      Broadfield, D., Holloway, R.L., Spoor, F’, Leakey,                                                                     

          M.G., and L.N. Leakey. The Endocast of KNM-ER

          42700: A New Homo erectus from Ileret, Kenya.

          Am. J. Phys. Anthro. S42: 69.

 

2006      Holloway, R.L., Brown, P., Schoenemann, P.T.,

          Monge, JU. The Brain Endocast of Homo floresiensis:

Microcephaly and other Issues. Am. J. Phys.      Anthro. S42:105.

 

Television and Film Appearances:

          2005  NOVA, on hobbits; 2005 BBC Horizons,    

          Neandertals; 2005, BBC Horizons, Mystery of the Hobbit. (Several from previous years, but records lost)

 

          Nov. 2007, Filmed interview on the evolution of the                                

          Brain for  Swedish  Educational Broadcasting Company.

 

 

          November 28, 2007, Profiled in NY Times Science

          Section.