CV/Publications

Liza Shapiro: Full CV

Recent publications:

(2019) Shapiro, L.J. and Kemp, A.D. Functional and developmental influences on intraspecific variation in catarrhine vertebrae. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 168:131-144. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.23730

 (2019) Dunham, N.T., McNamara, A., Shapiro, L.J., Phelps, T., Wolfe A. and Young J.W.  Locomotor kinematics of tree squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) in free-ranging and laboratory environments: Implications for primate locomotion and evolution. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 331:103-119.

2018 Dunham, N.T., McNamara, A., Shapiro, L.J., Hieronymus,, T. and Young J.W. A user’s guide for the quantitative analysis of substrate characteristics and locomotor kinematics in free ranging primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.23686

2018 Young, J.W. and Shapiro, L.J. Developments in development: what have we learned from primate locomotor ontogeny?  American Journal of Physical Anthropology.165:37-71.

2018  Zeininger, A., Schmitt, D., Jensen, J.L., and Shapiro, L.J. Ontogenetic changes in foot strike pattern and calcaneal loading during walking in young children. Gait and Posture. 59:18-22. 

2017 Zeininger, A., Shapiro, L.J. and Raichlen D. Ontogenetic changes in limb postures and their impact on effective limb length in baboons (Papio cynocephalus). American Journal of Physical Anthropology.  163:231-241

2017 Shapiro, L.J. and Young, J.W.  Biomechanics of primate locomotion.  International Encyclopedia of Primatology, A. Fuentes, Ed. John Wiley and Sons.

2017 Shapiro, L.J. and Young, J.W.  Quadrupedalism. International Encyclopedia of Primatology, A. Fuentes, Ed. John Wiley and Sons.

 2016  Shapiro, L.J., Kemp, A.D., and Young, J.W. Effects of substrate size and orientation on quadrupedal gait kinematics in mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus).  Journal of Experimental Zoology – Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology. 325A:329-343.   DOI: 10.1002/jez.2020

2014 Shapiro, L.J., Cole, W.G., Young, J.W., Raichlen, D.A., Robinson, S.R., and Adolph, K.E. Human quadrupeds, primate quadrupedalism, and Uner Tan Syndrome. PLoS ONE 9 (7): e101758.

 2014 Shapiro, L.J., Young, J.W. and Vandeberg, J.L. Body size and the small branch niche: Using marsupial ontogeny to model primate locomotor evolution. Journal of Human Evolution. 68:14-31.

 2013 Raichlen, D.A., Pontzer, H., and Shapiro, L.J.  A new look at the Dynamic Similarity Hypothesis: the importance of swing phase. Biology Open. 2:1032-1036.

 2013  Russo, G.A. and Shapiro, L.J. Reevaluation of the lumbosacral region of Oreopithecus bamboliiJournal of Human Evolution. 65:253-265

 2012 Shapiro, L.J., and Young, J.W. Kinematics of quadrupedal locomotion in sugar gliders (Petaurus breviceps): Effects of age and substrate size. Journal of Experimental Biology. 215:480-496.

 2011 Russo, G.A. and Shapiro, L.J. Morphological correlates of tail length in the catarrhine sacrum. Journal of Human Evolution. 61:223-232.

2011 Shapiro, L.J., Young, J.W. and Souther, A. Quadrupedal locomotion of Saimiri boliviensis: A comparison of field and lab-based kinematic data. In D’Août, K. and E.E. Vereecke, Eds.  Primate Locomotion: Linking Field and Laboratory Research. Developments in Primatology : Progress and Prospects. Springer, pp. 335-356.

2010 Shapiro, L.J., and Young, J.W. Is primate-like quadrupedalism necessary for fine-branch locomotion? A test using sugar gliders (Petaurus breviceps). Journal of Human Evolution. 58: 309-319.