palaeontology

Divergence-time estimates for hominins provide insight into encephalization and body mass trends in human evolution

hominins, phylogenetics, encephalization, body mass, Total Evidence dating

Getting Its Feet on the Ground Elucidating *Paralouatta*’s Semi-Terrestriality Using the Virtual Morpho-Functional Toolbox

platyrrhine, semi-terrestriality, machine-learning, geometric morphometrics, finite element analysis,Paralouatta, talus

Broad-scale morpho-functional traits of the mandible suggest no hard food adaptation in the hominin lineage

shape, biomechanical performance, mandibles, primates, hominins

The biomechanical importance of the scaphoid-centrale fusion during simulated knuckle-walking and its implications for human locomotor evolution

carpals, biomechanicas, scaphoid, centrale, hominoidea

Inferring locomotor behaviours in Miocene New World monkeys using finite element analysis, geometric morphometrics and machine-learning classification techniques applied to talar morphology

Platyrrhini, finite-element modelling,morphometrics, talus, statistical learning, positional behaviour

The evolution of the platyrrhine talus A comparative analysis of the phenetic affinities of the Miocene platyrrhines with their modern relatives

New World monkeys, Talar morphology, Geometric morphometrics, Locomotor mode percentages, Phylogenetic comparative methods, Body mass prediction

Taxonomic comments of a *Glossotherium* specimen from the Pleistocene of Central Chile

Xenarthra, Mylodontidae, Morphology, Upper Pleistocene, Chile