James A. Hopson
James A. Hopson
Professor Emeritus of Organismal Biology, University of Chicago
Verified email at uchicago.edu
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Definition, diagnosis, and origin of Mammalia
T Rowe
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8 (3), 241-264, 1988
5141988
Paleoneurology
JA Hopson
Biology of the Reptilia 9 (2), 39-148, 1979
2931979
An analysis of therapsid relationships
JA Hopson, HR Barghusen
The ecology and biology of mammal-like reptiles, 83-106, 1986
2451986
Evolution of the auditory system in Synapsida (“mammal-like reptiles” and primitive mammals) as seen in the fossil record
EF Allin, JA Hopson
The evolutionary biology of hearing, 587-614, 1992
1801992
A probainognathian cynodont from South Africa and the phylogeny of nonmammalian cynodonts
JA Hopson, JW Kitching
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 156 (1), 5-35, 2001
1792001
Origin of mammals
JA Hopson
Palaeobiology II, 88-94, 2007
1612007
Ghost lineages and" mammalness": assessing the temporal pattern of character acquisition in the Synapsida
CA Sidor, JA Hopson
Paleobiology, 254-273, 1998
1561998
Relative brain size and behavior in archosaurian reptiles
JA Hopson
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 8 (1), 429-448, 1977
1511977
Reconstruction of the cranial vessels in the Early Cretaceous mammal Vincelestes neuquenianus: implications for the evolution of the mammalian cranial vascular system
GW Rougier, JR Wible, JA Hopson
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 12 (2), 188-216, 1992
1491992
Endothermy, small size, and the origin of mammalian reproduction
JA Hopson
The American Naturalist 107 (955), 446-452, 1973
1471973
Systematics of the nonmammalian Synapsida and implications for patterns of evolution in synapsids
JA Hopson
Origins of the higher groups of tetrapods: controversy and consensus, 635-693, 1991
1421991
A revised classification of cynodonts (Reptilia; Therapsida)
JA Hopson, JW Kitching
BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1972
1241972
Basicranial anatomy of Priacodon fruitaensis (Triconodontidae, Mammalia) from the Late Jurassic of Colorado, and a reappraisal of mammaliaform interrelationships. American …
GW Rougier, JR Wible, JA Hopson
New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History, 1996
1231996
The evolution of cranial display structures in hadrosaurian dinosaurs
JA Hopson
Paleobiology, 21-43, 1975
1231975
The origin of the mammalian middle ear
JA Hopson
American Zoologist 6 (3), 437-450, 1966
1221966
Basicranial evidence for early mammal phylogeny
JR Wible, JA Hopson
Mammal Phylogeny, 45-62, 1993
1211993
Ecomorphology of avian and nonavian theropod phalangeal proportions: implications for the arboreal versus terrestrial origin of bird flight
JA Hopson
New perspectives on the origin and early evolution of birds, 211-235, 2001
1122001
Synapsid evolution and the radiation of non-eutherian mammals
JA Hopson
Short Courses in Paleontology 7, 190-219, 1994
1051994
Independent origins of middle ear bones in monotremes and therians
TH Rich, JA Hopson, AM Musser, TF Flannery, P Vickers-Rich
Science 307 (5711), 910-914, 2005
104*2005
Reexamination of the morphological evidence for the cohort Epitheria (Mammalia, Eutheria)
TJ Gaudin, JR Wible, JA Hopson, WD Turnbull
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 3 (1), 31-79, 1996
931996
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