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Making silent stones speak: Human evolution and the dawn of technology
KD Schick, NP Toth
Simon and Schuster, 1994
9571994
Paleoindian cave dwellers in the Amazon: the peopling of the Americas
AC Roosevelt, M Lima da Costa, CL Machado, M Michab, N Mercier, ...
Science 272 (5260), 373-384, 1996
7671996
The Oldowan reassessed: a close look at early stone artifacts
N Toth
Journal of Archaeological Science 12 (2), 101-120, 1985
7311985
Neural correlates of Early Stone Age toolmaking: technology, language and cognition in human evolution
D Stout, N Toth, K Schick, T Chaminade
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
5542008
Archaeological evidence for preferential right-handedness in the Lower and Middle Pleistocene, and its possible implications
N Toth
Journal of Human Evolution 14 (6), 607-614, 1985
5251985
Pan the tool-maker: investigations into the stone tool-making and tool-using capabilities of a bonobo (Pan paniscus)
N Toth, KD Schick, ES Savage-Rumbaugh, RA Sevcik, DM Rumbaugh
Journal of Archaeological Science 20 (1), 81-91, 1993
5101993
Microwear polishes on early stone tools from Koobi Fora, Kenya
LH Keeley, N Toth
Nature 293 (5832), 464-465, 1981
3791981
FxJj50: an early Pleistocene site in northern Kenya
H Bunn, JWK Harris, G Isaac, Z Kaufulu, E Kroll, K Schick, N Toth, ...
World archaeology 12 (2), 109-136, 1980
3111980
Continuing investigations into the stone tool-making and tool-using capabilities of a bonobo (Pan paniscus)
KD Schick, N Toth, G Garufi, ES Savage-Rumbaugh, D Rumbaugh, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 26 (7), 821-832, 1999
2921999
The stone technologies of early hominids at Koobi Fora, Kenya: an experimental approach
NP Toth
University of California, Berkeley, 1982
2451982
Stone tool-making and brain activation: position emission tomography (PET) studies
D Stout, N Toth, K Schick, J Stout, G Hutchins
Journal of Archaeological Science 27 (12), 1215-1223, 2000
1952000
Behavioral inferences from early stone artifact assemblages: an experimental model
N Toth
Journal of Human Evolution 16 (7-8), 763-787, 1987
1901987
EMG study of hand muscle recruitment during hard hammer percussion manufacture of Oldowan tools
MW Marzke, N Toth, K Schick, S Reece, B Steinberg, K Hunt, ...
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 1998
1671998
Early stone industries and inferences regarding language and cognition NICHOLAS TOTH AND KATHY SCHICK
N Toth
Tools, language and cognition in human evolution, 346, 1993
1591993
The Oldowan: the tool making of early hominins and chimpanzees compared
N Toth, K Schick
Annual Review of Anthropology 38, 289-305, 2009
1582009
The evolution and cultural transmission of percussive technology: integrating evidence from palaeoanthropology and primatology
A Whiten, K Schick, N Toth
Journal of human evolution 57 (4), 420-435, 2009
1522009
Archaeological perspectives in the Nihewan basin, China
K Schick, N Toth, W Qi, JD Clark, D Etler
Journal of Human Evolution 21 (1), 13-26, 1991
1311991
The question of ritual cannibalism at Grotta Guattari [and comments and replies]
TD White, N Toth, PG Chase, GA Clark, NJ Conrad, J Cook, F d'Errico, ...
Current Anthropology 32 (2), 118-138, 1991
1291991
The first million years: The archaeology of protohuman culture
N Toth, KD Schick
Advances in archaeological method and theory, 1-96, 1986
1291986
An overview of the cognitive implications of the Oldowan Industrial Complex
N Toth, K Schick
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 53 (1), 3-39, 2018
1282018
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