c.  BOOK CHAPTERS (continued)

Martin,R.D. (1992) Primate gum eaters. p. 63 in: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. (ed. Jones,J.S., Martin,R.D.,

   Pilbeam,D.R. & Bunney,S.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Martin,R.D. (1992) Walking on two legs. p. 78 in: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. (ed. Jones,J.S., Martin,R.D.,

   Pilbeam,D.R. & Bunney,S.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Martin,R.D. (1992) Primate reproduction. pp. 86-90 in: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. (ed. Jones,J.S., Martin,R.D.,

   Pilbeam,D.R. & Bunney,S.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Martin,R.D. (1992) Rates of breeding. p. 96 in: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. (ed. Jones,J.S., Martin,R.D.,

   Pilbeam,D.R. & Bunney,S.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Martin,R.D. (1993) Allometric aspects of skull morphology in Theropithecus. pp. 273-298 in: Theropithecus: The Rise and Fall of a

   Primate Genus. (ed. Jablonski,N.G.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Vàsàrhelyi,K. & Martin,R.D. (1994) Evolutionary biology, genetics and the management of endangered primate species. pp. 118-143

   in: Creative Conservation: Interactive Management of Wild and Captive Animals. (eds. Olney,P., Mace,G.M. & Feistner,A.T.C.).

   Chapman & Hall: London.
Martin,R.D., Willner,L.A. & Dettling,A. (1994) The evolution of sexual size dimorphism in primates. pp. 159-200  in: The Differences

   Between the Sexes. (eds. Short,R.V. & Balaban,E.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Martin,R.D. (1995) Phylogenetic aspects of primate reproduction: the context of advanced maternal care. pp. 16-26 in: Motherhood

   in Human and Nonhuman Primates. Biological and Social Determinants. (eds. Pryce,C.R., Martin,R.D. & Skuse,D.H.). Karger Verlag:

   Basel.
Pryce,C.R., Mutschler,T., Döbeli,M., Nievergelt,C. & Martin,R.D. (1995) Prepartum sex steroid hormones and infant-directed behaviour

   in primiparous marmoset mothers (Callithrix jacchus). pp. 78-86 in: Motherhood in Human and Nonhuman Primates. Biological and

   Social Determinants. (eds. Pryce,C.R., Martin,R.D. & Skuse,D.H.). Karger Verlag: Basel.
Martin,R.D. (1995) Prosimians: from obscurity to extinction? pp. 535-563 in: Creatures of the Dark: The Nocturnal Prosimians.

   (eds. Alterman,L., Doyle,G.A. & Izard,M.K.). Plenum Press: New York.

Martin,R.D. (1998) Comparative aspects of human brain evolution: Scaling, energy costs and confounding variables. pp. 35-68 in:

   The Origin and Diversification of Language. (eds. Jablonski,N.G. & Aiello,L.C.). California Academy of Sciences: San Francisco.
Martin,R.D. (2000) Recursos energéticos y la evolución del tamaño cerebral en los hominoideos. pp. 217-263 in: Antes de Lucy:

   El agujero negro de la evolución humana. (ed. Agusti,J.). Tusquets Editores: Barcelona.
Martin,R.D. (2000) Primate origins: plugging the gaps. pp. 325-353 in Shaking the Tree. (ed. Gee,H.). University of Chicago Press:

   Chicago. (Reprinted version of 1993 paper in Nature)
Ponce de León,M.S., Zollikofer,C.P.E., Stringer,C.B. & Martin,R.D. (2000) Investigation of Neanderthal morphology with computer-assisted

   methods. pp. 237-248 in: Neanderthals on the Edge: 150th Anniversary Conference of the Forbes' Quarry Discovery, Gibraltar. (eds.

   Stringer,C.B., Barton,N. & Finlayson,C.). Oxbow Books: Oxford.
Martin,R.D. (2002) Die Evolution des Menschen im Rahmen der Stammesgeschichte der Säugetiere. pp. 87-103 in: Vom Ursprung des

    Universums zur Evolution des Geistes. (eds. Walde,P. & Luisi,P.L.). vdf Hochschulverlag: Zürich.
Martin,R.D. & Ross,C.F. (2005) The evolutionary and ecological context of primate vision. pp. 1-36 in: The Primate Visual System:

   A Comparative Approach (ed. Kremers,J.). John Wiley: New York.
Ross,C.F. & Martin,R.D. (2006) The role of vision in the origin and evolution of primates. pp. 59-78 in: Evolution of Nervous Systems.

   Volume IV: Primates. (ed. Kaas,J.H.). Academic Press: Oxford.
Soligo,C., Will,O., Tavaré,S. Marshall,C.R., & Martin,R.D. (2007) New light on the dates of primate origins and divergence. pp. 29-49

   in: Primate Origins: Adaptations and Evolution. (eds. Ravosa,M.J. & Dagosto,M.). Springer: New York.
Martin,R.D. (2007) Problems with the tiny brain of the Flores hominid. pp. 9-23 in: Recent Advances of Southeast Asian

   Paleoanthropology and Archaeology. (ed. Indriati,E.). Laboratory of Bioanthropology and Paleoanthropology, Faculty of Medicine,

   Gadjah Mada University: Yogyakarta.
Martin,R.D. (2009) Lemurs and tarsiers. pp. 549-553 in: Encyclopedia of Islands (eds. Gillespie,R. & Clague,D.A.). University of California

   Press: Berkeley, CA.
Ross,C.F. & Martin,R,D. (2009): The role of vision in the origin and evolution of primates. pp. 827-846 in: Evolutionary Neuroscience.

  (ed. Kaas,J.H). Academic Press: London.
Martin,R.D. (2010) Die Evolution des menschlichen Körpers. pp. 74-109 in Evolution und Kultur des Menschen. (eds. Fischer,E.P. &

   Wiegandt,K.) Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag: Frankfurt am Main.
Carter,A.M. & Martin, RD. (2010) Comparative anatomy and placental evolution. pp. 109-126 in: Placental Bed Disorders: Basic

   Science and its Translation to Obstetrics. (eds. Pijnenborg,R., Brosens, I. & Romero,R.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Martin,R.D. & Isler,K. (2010) The maternal energy hypothesis of brain evolution: An update. pp. 15-35 in: The Human Brain Evolving:

   Paleoneurological Studies in Honor of Ralph L. Holloway. (eds. Broadfield,D., Yuan,M., Schick,K. & Toth,N.) Stone Age Institute Press:

   Bloomington, Indiana.
Martin,R.D. (2011) Human origins: From Darwin to the present day pp. 67-97 in Faktum Evolution — Gesellschaftliche Bedeutung und

   Wahrnehmung (ed. Knoflacher,M.), Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main.
Martin, R.D. (2013) Conclusion: The ontogeny of investigating primate ontogeny. pp. 507-515 in Building Babies: Primate Development

   in Proximate and Ultimate Perspectives. (eds. Clancy,K.B.H., Hinde,K. & Rutherford,J.N.). New York: Springer.

 

d.  MONOGRAPHS AND BOOKS
Martin,R.D. (1967) Behaviour and Taxonomy of Tree-Shrews (Tupaiidae). D.Phil. Thesis, University of Oxford.
Martin,R.D., Doyle,G.A. & Walker,A.C. (eds.) (1974) Prosimian Biology. pp. 983. Duckworth: London.
Martin,R.D. (ed.) (1975) Breeding Endangered Species in Captivity. pp. 420. Academic Press: London.
Doyle,G.A. & Martin,R.D. (eds.) (1979) The Study of Prosimian Behavior. pp. 696. Academic Press: New York.
Martin,R.D. (1983) Human Brain Evolution in an Ecological Context.  (52nd James Arthur Lecture on the Evolution of the Human Brain). pp. 58.

   American Museum of Natural History: New York.
Ghesquière,J., Martin,R.D. & Newcombe,F. (eds). (1985) Human Sexual Dimorphism.  (Symp. Soc. Stud. Hum. Biol.  24) Taylor & Francis: London.
Martin,R.D. (1990) Primate Origins and Evolution: A Phylogenetic Reconstruction. pp. 804. Chapman Hall: London; Princeton University Press:

   New Jersey.
Martin,R.D., Dixson,A.F. & Wickings,E.J. (eds.) (1992) Paternity in Primates: Genetic Tests and Theories. Implications of Human DNA Fingerprinting.

   pp. 287. Karger: Basel.
Jones,J.S., Martin,R.D., Pilbeam,D.R. & Bunney,S. (eds.) (1992) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. pp. 506. Cambridge University

   Press: Cambridge.
Pryce,C.R., Martin,R.D. & Skuse,D.H (eds.) (1995) Motherhood in Human and Nonhuman Primates. Biological and Social Determinants. pp. 176.

   Karger Verlag: Basel.
Greif,R., Schmid,P. & Martin,R.D. (1997) Museum der Anthropologie, Universität Zürich-Irchel: Leitfaden durch die permanente Ausstellung.

   Zürich: Museum der Anthropologie, Universität Zürich.
Soligo,C., Anzenberger,G. & Martin,R.D. (eds.). (2002) Anthropology and Primatology into the Third Millennium: The Centenary Congress of the

   Zürich Anthropological Institute. John Wiley, New York.
Martin,R.D. (2013): How We Do It: The Evolution and Future of Human Reproduction. pp. 312. Basic Books: New York.

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