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Continent-wide or region specific? A geometric morphometrics-based assessment of variation in Clovis point shape Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. 6(2):145-162.. 2014.
On the cutting edge: New methods and theory for analyzing stone tools. Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews . 23(4):128-129.. 2014.
Innovation and cultural transmission in the American Paleolithic: Phylogenetic analysis of eastern Paleoindian projectile point classes. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology . 34:100-119.. 2014.
On thin ice: problems with Stanford and Bradley’s proposed Solutrean colonisation of North America. Antiquity. 88(340):622-624.. 2014.
Cultural Cladistics and the Early Prehistory of North America. Evolutionary Biology: Mechanisms and Trends. :23-42.. 2012.
Niche construction and the toolkits of hunter-gatherers and food producers. Biological Theory. 6:251-259.. 2011.
Points and prey: an evaluation of the hypothesis that prey size predicts early Paleoindian projectile point form. Journal of Archaeological Science. 38:852-864.. 2011.
What drives the evolution of hunter-gatherer subsistence technology? A reanalysis of the risk hypothesis with data from early contact era populations in the Pacific Northwest. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 366:1129-1138.. 2011.
An assessment of the impact of resharpening on Paleoindian projectile point blade shape using geometric morphometric techniques. New Perspectives on Old Stones: Analytical Approaches to Paleolithic Technologies. :255-273.. 2010.
A geometric morphometrics-based assessment of blade shape differences among Paleoindian projectile point types from western North America.. Journal of Archaeological Science. 37(2):350-359.. 2010.
Phenetics, cladistics, and the search for the Alaskan ancestors of the Paleoindians: a reassessment of relationships among the Clovis, Nenana, and Denali archaeological complexes. Journal of Archaeological Science. 35(6):1683-1694.. 2008.
Testing models of early Paleoindian colonization and adaptation using cladistics. Cultural Transmission and Archaeology: Some Fundamental Issues and Case Studies. :59-76.. 2008.
Investigating the peopling of North America through cladistic analyses of early Paleoindian projectile points. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 26(3):366-393.. 2007.