Robert A. Foley   – 

Scientific Publications

Bateson P, Barker D, Clutton-Brock T, Deb D, D’Udine B, Foley RA, Gluckman P, Godfrey K, Kirkwood T, Mirazón Lahr M, McNamara J, Metcalfe NB, Monaghan P, Spencer HG & Sultan SE (2004) Developmental plasticity and human health. Nature 430: 419-421.

Buck LT, Stock JT & Foley RA (2010) Levels of intraspecific variation within the catarrhine skeleton. International Journal of Primatology 31: 779-795.

Carter PL & Foley RA (1980) A report on the fauna from the excavations at Meroe, 1967-1972. In PL Shinnie & RJ Bradley (Eds) Meroitica 4: 298-310.

Chaubey G, Karmin M, Metspalu E, Metspalu M, Selvi-Rani D, Singh VK, Parik J, Solnik A, Naidu BP, Kumar A, Adarsh N, Mallick CB, Trivedi B, Prakash S, Reddy R, Shukla P, Bhagat S, Verma S, Vasnik S, Khan I, Barwa A, Sahoo D, Sharma A, Rashid M, Chandra V, Reddy AG, Torroni A, Foley RA, Thangaraj K, Singh L, Kivisild T & Villems R (2008) Phylogeography of mtDNA haplogroup R7 in the Indian Peninsula. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8: 227.

Collard IF & Foley RA (2002) Latitudinal patterns and environmental determinants of recent human cultural diversity: do humans follow biogeographical rules? Evolutionary Ecology Research 4: 371-383. 

Correia MA, Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2021) Applying dental microwear texture analysis to the living: challenges and prospects. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 174: 542-554.

Correia MA, Foley RA, O’Connell TC, Ramirez-Rozzi F & Mirazón Lahr M (2019) Carbon and Nitrogen isotopic signatures of hair, nail, and breath from tropical African human populations. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 33: 1761-1773.

Cruwys E & Foley RA (Eds) (1986) Teeth and Anthropology. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

Donnelly P & Foley RA (Eds) (2001) Genes, Fossils and Behaviour: An Integrated Approach to Human Evolution. IOS.

Dunn M, Terrill A, Reesink G, Foley RA & Levinson SC (2005) Structural phylogenetics and the reconstruction of ancient language history. Science 309 (5743): 2072-2075.

Dunn M, Foley RA, Levinson SC, Reesink GP & Terrill A (2007) Statistical reasoning in the evaluation of typological diversity in Island Melanesia. Oceanic Linguistics 46: 388-403.

Eeley HAC & Foley RA (1999) Species richness, species range size and ecological specialisation among African primates: geographical patterns and conservation implications. Biodiversity and Conservation 8: 1033-1056.

Elton S, Foley RA & Ulijaszek SJ (1998) Habitual energy expenditure of human climbing and clambering. Annals of Human Biology 25: 523-531.

Foley RA (1977) Space and energy, a method for analysing habitat value and utilization in relation to archaeological sites. In DL Clarke (Ed) Spatial Archaeology, pp 163-187. London: Academic Press.

Foley RA (1978) Incorporating sampling into initial research design: some aspects of spatial archaeology. In JF Cherry, C Gamble & S Shennan (Eds) Sampling in Contemporary British Archaeology, pp 49-65. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

Foley RA (1980) Spatial component of archaeological data: off-site methods and some preliminary results from the Amboseli Basin, southern Kenya. Proceedings of the 8th Panafrican Congress of Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, 39-40.

Foley RA (1980) Archaeological research in the Amboseli Basin, Kenya. Nyame Akuma 17: 16-17.

Foley RA (1981) Off-Site Archaeology: an alternative approach for the short-sited. In I Hodder, G Isaac & N Hammond (Eds) Patterns in the Past, pp. 157-183. Cambridge: CUP.

Foley RA (1981) Off-Site Archaeology and human adaptation in Eastern Africa: an analysis of regional artefact density in the Amboseli, Southern Kenya. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

Foley RA (1981) Aspects of variability in palaeoecological studies. In A Sheridan & G Bailey (Eds) Economic Archaeology: towards an integration of social and ecological approaches, pp. 64-75. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

Foley RA (1981) A model of regional archaeological structure. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 47: 1-17.

Foley RA (1982) A reconsideration of the role of predation on large mammals in tropical hunter-gatherer adaptation. Man 17: 393-402.

Foley RA (1983) Modelling hunting strategies and inferring predator behaviour from pre attributes. In J Clutton-Brock & C Grigson (Eds) Animals and Archaeology: 1. Hunters and their Prey, pp. 63-75. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

Foley RA (1983) An ordinary primate: a community ecology approach to human evolution. Journal of the Durham University Anthropological Society 7: 1-28.

Foley RA (Ed) (1984) Hominid Evolution and Community Ecology. London: Academic Press.

Foley RA (1984) Putting people into perspective: an introduction to community evolution and ecology. In RA Foley (Ed) Hominid Evolution and Community Ecology, pp. 1-19. London: Academic Press.

Foley RA (1984) Early man and the Red Queen: tropical African community evolution and ecology. In RA Foley (Ed) Hominid Evolution and Community Ecology, pp. 85-110. London: Academic Press.

Foley RA (1985) Optimality theory in anthropology. Man 20: 222-242.

Foley RA (1986) Cementum deposition among tropical African ungulates: implications for palaeoecological studies. In E Cruwys & RA Foley (Eds) Teeth and Anthropology, pp. 83-99. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

Foley RA (1987) Another Unique Species: Patterns in Human Evolutionary Ecology. Harlow: Longman.

Foley RA (1987) Telling the human story. Current Anthropology 28(2): 228-230.

Foley RA (1987) Hominid species and stone tool assemblages: how are they related? Antiquity 61: 380-392.

Foley RA (1988) Hominids, humans & hunter-gatherers: an evolutionary perspective. In T Ingold, D Riches & J Woodburn (Eds) Hunters & Gatherers 1, pp. 207-221. Oxford: Berg.

Foley RA (1989) The ecological conditions of speciation. In PA Mellars & CB Stringer (Eds) The Human Revolution: Behavioural and Biological Perspectives on the Origins of Modern Humans, pp. 298-320. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Foley RA (1989) The causes of sociality. In V Standen & RA Foley (Eds) Comparative Socioecology: the behavioural ecology of humans and other mammals, pp. 37-40. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific.

Foley RA (1989) Social organization: the influence of resources. In V Standen & RA Foley (Eds) Comparative Socioecology: the behavioural ecology of humans and other mammals, pp. 125-130. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific.

Foley RA (1989) Reproductive strategy and social structure: the influence of life history, demography and social relations. In V Standen & RA Foley (Eds) Comparative Socioecology: the behavioural ecology of humans and other mammals, pp. 219-222. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific.

Foley RA (1989) Parental investment: strategies for offspring survival. In V Standen & RA Foley (Eds) Comparative Socioecology: the behavioural ecology of humans and other mammals, pp. 319-322. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific.

Foley RA (1989) Hominoids, hominids and humans. In V Standen & RA Foley (Eds) Comparative Socioecology: the behavioural ecology of humans and other mammals, pp. 429-431. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific.

Foley RA (1989) The evolution of hominid social behaviour. In V Standen & RA Foley (Eds) Comparative Socioecology: the behavioural ecology of humans and other mammals, pp. 474-493. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific.

Foley RA (1989) Response to: Alternative models of Pleistocene biocultural evolution: a response to Foley. Antiquity 63: 153-162.

Foley RA (1989) Ecological and social factors in hominid evolution. Behavioural & Brain Sciences 12: 704-705,

Foley RA (1990) The causes of brain enlargement in human evolution. Behavioural & Brain Sciences 13: 354-356.

Foley RA (1991) How many species of hominid should there be? Journal of Human Evolution 20: 413-427.

Foley RA (Ed) (1991) The Origins of Human Behaviour. London: Unwin Hyman.

Foley RA (1991) Introduction to ‘The Origins of Human Behaviour’. In RA Foley (Ed) The Origins of Human Behaviour, pp. 1-12. London: Unwin Hyman.

Foley RA (1991) How useful is the culture concept in early hominid studies? In RA Foley (Ed) The Origins of Human Behaviour, pp. 25-38. London: Unwin Hyman.

Foley RA (1991) The silence of the past. Nature 352: 114-115.

Foley RA (1991) Comment on P Graves ‘The Neanderthal problem’. Current Anthropology 32: 529-530.

Foley RA (1992) Problems in the early evolution of Homo: the East African fossil record and the evolutionary relationships of the early hominids. African Archaeological Review 10: 35-41.

Foley RA (1992) Evolutionary ecology of fossil hominids. In EA Smith & B Winterhalder (Eds) Evolutionary Ecology and Human Behaviour, pp. 131-164. Chicago: Aldine de Gruyter.

Foley RA (1992) Comment on ‘The language gap’. Nature 355: 403-404.

Foley RA (1993) Striking parallels in hominid evolution. Trends in Evolution and Ecology 8: 196-197.

Foley RA (1993) The influence of seasonality on hominid evolution. In SJ Ulijaszek & SS Strickland (Eds) Seasonality and Human Ecology, pp. 17-37. Cambridge: CUP.

Foley RA (1993) African terrestrial primates – the comparative evolutionary biology of Theropithecus and hominids. In NG Jablonski (Ed) Theropithecus: the rise and fall of a primate genus, pp. 245-270. Cambridge: CUP.

Foley RA (1993) Ecological and social variance and the evolution of increased neocortical size. Behavioural & Brain Sciences 16: 1702-1703.

Foley RA (1994) Speciation, extinction and climatic change in hominid evolution. Journal of Human Evolution 26: 275-289.

Foley RA (1995) Humans Before Humanity: An Evolutionary Perspective. Oxford: Blackwells.

Foley RA (1995) Language and thought in evolutionary perspectve. In I Hodder, Shanks M, Alexandri A, Buchli V, Carman J, Last J & Lucas G (Eds) Interpreting Archaeology. Finding Meaning in the Past, pp. 76-80. London: Routledge. 

Foley RA (1995) Measuring cognition in extinct hominids. In PA Mellars & K Gibson (Eds) Modelling the early human mind, pp. 57-65. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monographs.

Foley RA (1995) The adaptive legacy of human evolution: a search for the environment of evolutionary adaptedness. Evolutionary Anthropology 4: 194-203.

Foley RA (1995) Evolution and adaptive significance of maternal behaviour in human evolution. In CR Pryce, RD Martin & D Skuse (Eds) Motherhood in Human and Nonhuman Primates, pp. 27-36. Basel: Karger.

Foley RA (1995) Causes and consequences in human evolution. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 1: 67-85.

Foley RA (1996) The origins of human behaviour. In BM Fagan, C Beck, G Michaels, C Scarre & NA Silberman (Eds) The Oxford Companion to Archaeology, pp. 324-325. Oxford: OUP.

Foley RA (1996) An evolutionary and chronological framework for human social behaviour. In WG Runciman, J Maynard Smith & RIM Dunbar (Eds) Evolution of social behaviour patterns in primates and man, pp. 95-117. London: The British Academy.

Foley RA (1996) Paleoanthropology and human diversity. American Journal of Human Biology 8: 199-120.

Foley RA (1998) Genes, evolution, and diversity: yet another look at the problem of modern human origins. Evolutionary Anthropology 6: 191-193.

Foley RA (1998) The context of human genetic evolution. Genome Research 8: 339-347.

Foley RA (1999) Hominid behavioural evolution: missing links in comparative primate socioecology. In PC Lee (Ed) Comparative Primate Socioecology, pp. 363-386. Cambridge: CUP.

Foley RA (1999) Hunting down the hunter-gatherers. Evolutionary Anthropology 8: 115-117.

Foley RA (1999) Pattern and Process in human evolution. In J Bintliff (Ed) Structure and Coningency: Evolutionary Processes in Life and Human Society, pp. 31-42. Leicester: Leicester University Press.

Foley RA (1999) The evolutionary geography of Pliocene hominids. In TG Bromage & F Schrenk (Eds) African Biogeography, Climate Change and Human Evolution, pp. 328-348. Oxford: OUP.

Foley RA (2001) Evolutionary perspectives on the origins of human social institutions. Proceedings of the British Academy 100: 171-195.

Foley RA (2001) In the shadow of the modern synthesis? Alternative perspectives on the last fifty years of paleoanthropology. Evolutionary Anthropology 10: 5-14.

Foley RA (2001) The evolutionary consequences of increased carnivory in hominids. In CB Stanford & HT Bunn (Eds) Meat-eating and human evolution, pp. 305-331. Oxford: OUP. 

Foley RA (2002) Parallel tracks in time: human evolution and archaeology. In B Cunliffe, W Davies & C Renfrew (Eds) Archaeology: the Widening Debate, pp. 3-42. Oxford: OUP. 

Foley RA (2002) The environment of evolutionary adaptedness. In M Pagel (Ed) Encyclopedia of Evolution, pp. xxx. Oxford: Blackwells Scientific Press. 

Foley RA (2003) Adaptive radiations and dispersals in hominin evolutionary ecology. Evolutionary Anthropology 11: 32-37.

Foley RA (2004) The evolutionary ecology of linguistic diversity in human populations. In M Jones (Ed) Traces of Ancestry: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew, pp. 61-71. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

Foley RA (2005) The emergence of culture in the context of hominin evolutionary patterns. In SC Levinson & P Jaisson (Eds) Evolution of Culture, pp. 53. Paris: Fyssen Foundation. 

Foley RA (2005) Species diversity in human evolution: challenges and opportunities. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 60: 67-72.

Foley RA (2006) Unknown boundaries: exploring human evolutionary studies. Cambridge: CUP. 

Foley RA (2008) The illusion of purpose in evolution. In S Conway-Morris (Ed) The Deep Structure of Biology, pp. 161-177. West Conschoken: Templeton Foundation Press.

Foley RA (2010) Evolution and human cognitive diversity: what should we expect? Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 3-4: 241-252.

Foley RA (2012) Music and mosaics: the evolution of human abilities. In N Bannan (Ed) Music, Language, and Human Evolution, pp. 31-57. Oxford: OUP.

Foley RA (2013) Hominid evolution as the context for African prehistory. In P Mitchell & P Lane (Eds) The Oxford Handbook of African Archaeology, pp. 269-287. Oxford: OUP.

Foley RA (2013) Comparative evolutionary models and the “Australopith Radiations”. In KE Reed, JG Fleagle & RE Leakey (Eds) The Paleobiology of Australopithecus, pp. 163-174. Springer.

Foley RA (2016) Mosaic evolution and the pattern of transitions in the hominin lineage. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371: 20150244.

Foley RA (2018) Evolutionary geography and the Afrotropical Model of hominin evolution. Bulletins et Memoires de la Societe d’Anthropologie de Paris 30: 17-31. 

Foley RA (2019) Untangling causality: multiple levels of causality for human cognitive evolution. In D Shankland (Ed) Dunbar’s Number, pp. 75-88. London: Sean Kingston Publishing.

Foley RA & Atkinson S (1984) A dental abnormality among a population of Defassa waterbuck (Kobus defassa Ruppell 1835). African Journal of Ecology 22(4): 289-294.

Foley RA & Cruwys E (1986) Dental anthropology: problems and perspectives. In E Cruwys & RA Foley (Eds) Teeth and Anthropology, pp. 1-20. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

Foley RA & Donnelly P (2001) Towards an integrated approach to human evolution. In P Donnelly & RA Foley (Eds) Genes, Fossils and Behaviour: An Integrated Approach to Human Evolution, pp. 1-14. IOS.

Foley RA & Elton S (1998) Time and energy: the ecological context for the evolution of bipedalism. In E Strasser, JG Fleagle, A Rosenberger & H McHenry (Eds) Primate locomotion: recent advances, pp. 419-433. Plenum Press.

Foley RA & Fitzgerald CM (1996) Is reproductive synchrony an evolutionary stable strategy for hunter-gatherers? Current Anthropology 37: 539-545.

Foley RA & Gamble C (2009) The ecology of social transitions in human evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 364: 3267-3279.

Foley RA & Lee PC (1989) Finite social space, evolutionary pathways, and reconstructing hominid behavior. Science 243: 901-906.

Foley RA & Lee PC (1991) Ecology and energetics of encephalization in hominid evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London Series B 334: 223-232.

Foley RA & Lee PC (1996) Finite social space and the evolution of human social behaviour. In J Steele & S Shennan (Eds) The Archaeology of Human Ancestry, pp. 47-66. London: Routledge. 

Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (1992) Beyond “out of Africa”: reassessing the origins of Homo sapiens. Journal of Human Evolution 22: 523-529.

Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (1997) Mode 3 technologies and the evolution of modern humans. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 7: 3-36.

Foley RA Mirazón Lahr M (2001) The anthropological, demographic and ecological context of human evolutionary genetics. In P Donnelly & RA Foley (Eds) Genes, Fossils and Behaviour: An Integrated Approach to Human Evolution, pp. 223-245. IOS.

Foley RA Mirazón Lahr M (2003) On stony ground: lithic technology, human evolution, and the emergence of culture. Evolutionary Anthropology 12: 109-122.

Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2007) Ancient DNA closes on human uniqueness: The base nature of Neanderthals. Heredity 98: 187–188.

Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2011) The evolution of the diversity of cultures. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366: 1080-1089.

Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2014) The role of ‘the aquatic’ in human evolution: constraining the aquatic ape hypothesis. Evolutionary Anthropology 23: 56-59.

Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2015) Lithic landscapes: Early human impact from stone tool production on the Central Saharan environment. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0116482.

Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2020) Variable cognition in the evolution of Homo: biology and behaviour in the African Middle Stone Age. In J Cole, J McNabb & M Grove (Eds) Landscapes of Human Evolution. Contributions in honour of John Gowlett, pp. 124-140. Archaeopress.

Foley RA, Maillo-Fernandez JM & Mirazón Lahr M (2013) The Middle Stone Age of the Central Sahara: Biogeographical opportunities and technological strategies in later human evolution. Quaternary International 300: 153-170.

Foley RA, Martin L, Mirazón Lahr M & Stringer CB (2016) Major transitions in human evolution: An introduction. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371: 20150229. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2015.0229.

Gollop PJ & Foley RA (2001) Evolutionary geography, habitat availability and species distributions among early African hominids. In C Harcourt (Ed) New Perspectives in Primate Evolution & Behaviour, pp. 40-58. London: Westview Press.

Grunstra NDS, Mitteroecker P & Foley RA (2017) A multivariate ecogeographic analysis of macaque craniodental variation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 155: 386-400.

Hammer MLA & Foley RA (1996) Longevity and life history in hominid evolution. Human Evolution 11: 61-66.

Heydary-Guran S, Benazzi S, Talamo S, Ghasidian E, Hariri N, Oxilia G, Asiabani S, Azizi F, Naderi R, Safakeradm R, Hublin JJ, Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2021) The discovery of an in situ Neanderthal remain in the Bawa Yawan Rockshelter, West-Central Zagros Mountains, Kermanshah. PLoS ONE 16(8): .

Jackson H, Jofre P, Yaxley K, Das P, de Brito Silva D & Foley RA (2021) Using heritability of stellar chemistry to reveal the history of the Milky Way. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 502(1): 32-47.

Jofre P, Das P, Bertranpetit J & Foley RA (2017) Cosmic phylogeny: reconstructing the chemical history of the solar neighbourhood with an evolutionary tree. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 467: 1140-1153.

Layton R & Foley RA (1992) On subsistence transitions: response to Hawkes and O’Connell. Current Anthropology 33: 218-219.

Layton R, Foley RA & Williams E (1991) The transition between hunting and gathering and the specialized husbandry of resources – a socioecological approach. Current Anthropology 32: 255-274. 

Lee PC & Foley RA (1993) Ecological energetics and extinction of giant gelada baboons. In NG Jablonski (Ed) Theropithecus: the rise and fall of a primate genus, pp. 487-498. Cambridge: CUP. 


Lee PC & Foley RA (1991) Comment on Rudspeth et al. ‘The human society as a primate community’. Current Anthropology 32: 244-245.

Leney M & Foley RA (1999) Competition ecology: Pleistocene hominids and the carnivore community. In H Ullrich (Ed) Hominid Evolution: Lifestyles and Survival Strategies, pp. 206-223. Edition Archae.

Lewin R & Foley RA (2003) Principles of Human Evolution, 2nd Edition. Oxford: Blackwells.

Lycett SJ, Von Cramon-Taubadel N & Foley RA (2006) A crossbeam co-ordinate caliper for the morphometric analysis of lithic nuclei: a description, test and empirical examples of application. Journal of Archaeological Science 33: 847-861.

Malaspinas AS, Westaway MC, Muller C, Sousa VC, Lao O, Alves I, Bergström A, Athanasiadis G, Cheng JY, Crawford JE, Heupink TH, Macholdt E, Peischl S, Rasmussen S, Schiffels S, Subramanian S, Wright JL, Albrechtsen A, Barbieri C, Dupanloup I, Eriksson A, Margaryan A, Moltke I, Pugach I, Moreno-Mayar JV, Ni S, Korneliussen TS, Racimo F, Sikora M, Xue Y, Aghakhanian FA, Brucato N, Brunak S, Campos PF, Clark W, Fourmile G, Gerbault P, Injie D, Koki G, Leavesley M, Logan B, Lynch A, Matisoo-Smith EA, McAllister PJ, Mentzer AJ, Metspalu M, Migliano AB, Murgha L, Phipps ME, Pomat W, Reynolds D, Ricaut F-X, Siba P, Wales T, Wall C, Oppenheimer SJ, Tyler-Smith C, Durbin R, Dortch J, Manica A, Schierup MH, Foley RAMirazón Lahr M, Bowern C, Wall JD, Mailund T, Stoneking M, Nielsen R, Sandhu MS, Excoffier L, Lambert DM & Willwerslev E (2016) The genomic history of Australia. Nature 538: 207-214. DOI: 10.1038/nature18299.

Mattingly D, Mirazón Lahr M, Armitage S, Barton H, Dore J, Drake N, Foley RA, Merlo S, Salem M, Stock J & White K (2007) Desert migrations: people, environment and culture in the Libyan Sahara. Libyan Studies 38: 1-42.

McColl H, Racimo F, Vinner L, Demeter F, Gakuhari T, Moreno-Mayar JV, van Driem G, Gram Wilken U, Seguin-Orlando A, de la Fuente Castro C, Wasef S, Shoocongdej R, Souksavatdy V, Sayavongkhamdy T, Saidin MM, Allentoft ME, Sato T, Malaspinas A-S, Aghakhanian FA, Korneliussen T, Prohaska A, Margaryan A, de Barros Damgaard P, Kaewsutthi S, Lertrit P, Nguyen TMH, Hung H-c, Tran TM, Truong HN, Nguyen GH, Shahidan S, Wiradnyana K, Matsumae H, Shigehara N, Yoneda M, Ishida H, Masuyama T, Yamada Y, Tajima A, Shibata H, Toyoda M, Hanihara T, Nakagome S, Deviese T, Bacon A-M, Duringer P, Ponche J-L, Shackelford L, Patole-Edoumba E, Nguyen AT, Bellina-Pryce B, Galipaud J-C, Kinaston R, Buckley H, Pottier C, Rasmussen S, Higham T, Foley RAMirazón Lahr M, Orlando L, Sikora M, Phipps ME, Oota H, Higham C, Lambert D & Willerslev E (2018) The prehistoric peopling of Southeast Asia. Science 361: 88-92. DOI: 10.1126/science.aat3628.

McGrew WC & Foley RA (2009) Palaeoanthropology meets primatology. Journal of Human Evolution 57: 335-336.

Mesoudi A, Veldhuis D & Foley RA (2010) Why aren’t the social sciences Darwinian? Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 8: 93-104.

Mirazón Lahr M & Foley RA (1994) Multiple dispersals and modern human origins. Evolutionary Anthropology 3: 48-60.

Mirazón Lahr M & Foley RA (1998) Towards a theory of modern human origins: geography, demography, and diversity in recent human evolution. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 27: 1370176.

Mirazón Lahr M & Foley RA (2001) Genes, fossils and behaviour: when and where do they fit? In P Donnelly & RA Foley (Eds) Genes, Fossils and Behaviour: An Integrated Approach to Human Evolution, pp. 13-48. IOS. 

Mirazón Lahr M & Foley RA (2001) Mode 3, Homo helmei, and the pattern of human evolution in the Middle Pleistocene. In L Barham & K Robson Brown (Eds) Human Roots: Africa and Asia in the Middle Pleistocene, pp. 23-39. Bristol: Western Academic & Specialist Press. 

Mirazón Lahr M & Foley RA (2003) Demography, dispersal and human evolution in the Last Glacial Period. In TH van Andel & W Davies (Eds) Neanderthals and Modern Humans in the European Landscape of the Last Glaciation – Archaeological Results of the Stage 3 Project, pp. 241-256. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 

Mirazón Lahr M & Foley RA (2004) Human evolution writ small. Nature 431: 1043-1044.

Mirazón Lahr M & Foley RA (2016) Human evolution in late Quaternary eastern Africa. In: B Stewart & S Jones (Eds) Africa from Stages 6 to 2: Population Dynamics and Palaeoenvironments. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 215-231.

Mirazón Lahr MFoley RA, Armitage S, Barton H, Crivellaro F, Drake N, Hounslow M, Maher L, Mattingly D, Salem M, Stock J & White K (2008) DMP III: Pleistocene and Holocene palaeoenvironments and prehistoric occupation of Fazzan, Libyan Sahara. Libyan Studies 39: 263-294.

Mirazon Lahr MFoley R, Crivellaro F, Okumura M, Maher L, Davies T, Veldhuis D, Wilshaw A & Mattingly D (2009) DMP VI: Preliminary results from 2009 fieldwork on the human prehistory of the Libyan Sahara. Libyan Studies 40: 143-162.

Mirazón Lahr MFoley R, Crivellaro F, Maillo Fernandez J, Wilshaw A, Purdon A, Halladay-Garrett C, Veldhuis D & Mattingly D (2010) DMP XI: Preliminary results from 2010 fieldwork on the human prehistory of the Libyan Sahara. Libyan Studies 41: 137-158.

Mirazón Lahr M, Foley RA, Crivellaro F, Maillo Fernandez J, Wilshaw A, Copsey B, Rivera F & Mattingly D (2011) DMP XIV: Prehistoric sites in the Wadi Barjuj, Fazzan, Libyan Sahara. Libyan Studies 42: 117-138.

Mirazón Lahr M, Foley RA & Pinhasi R (2000) Expected regional patterns of Mesolithic-Neolithic human population admixture in Europe based on archaeological evidence. In C Renfrew & KV Boyle (Eds) Archaeogenetics: DNA and the population prehistory of Europe, pp. 81-88. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 

Mirazón Lahr M, Rivera F, Power RK, Mounier A, Copsey B, Crivellaro F, Edung JE, Maillo Fernandez JM, Kiarie C, Lawrence J, Leakey A, Mbua E, Miller H, Muigai A, Mukhongo DM, Van Baelen A, Wood R, Schwenninger JL, Grün R, Achyuthan H, Wilshaw A & Foley RA (2016) A case of inter-group violence among early Holocene hunter-gatherer populations of West Turkana, Kenya. Nature 529: 394-398.

Monnot M, Foley RA & Ross E (2008) Affective prosody: whence motherese. Behavioural and Brain Sciences 27: 518-519.

Mounier A, Correia M, Rivera F, Crivellaro F, Power R, Jeffery J, Wilshaw A, Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2018) Who were the Nataruk people? Mandibular morphology among late Pleistocene and early Holocene fisher-forager populations of West Turkana (Kenya). Journal of Human Evolution 121: 235-253. doi: 10.1016/j.jhevol.2018.04.013.

Nikita E, Crivellaro F, Stock J, Foley RAMirazón Lahr M (2010) Human skeletal remains. In DJ Mattingly, CM Daniels, JN Dore, D Edwards & J Hawthorne (Eds) The Archaeology of the Fazzan, Volume 3. Excavations of CM Daniels, pp. 375-408. Tripoli & London: Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahariya Department of Antiquities and the Society for Libyan Studies. 

Pinhasi R, Foley RA & Donoghue HD (2006) Reconsidering the antiquity of leprosy. Science 312: 846,

Pinhasi R, Foley RAMirazón Lahr M (2000) Spatial and temporal patterns in the Mesolithic-Neolithic archaeological record of Europe. In C Renfrew & KV Boyle (Eds) Archaeogenetics: DNA and the population prehistory of Europe, pp. 81-88. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 

Pomeroy E, Hunt CO, Reynolds T, Abdulmutalb D, Asouti E, Bennett P, Bosch M, Burke A, Farr L, Foley RA, French C, Frumkin A, Goldberg P, Hill E, Kabukcu C, Mirazón Lahr M, Lane R, Marean C, Maureille B, Mutri G, Miller CE, Kaify AM, Nymark A, Pettitt P, Sala N, Sandgathe D, Stringer CB, Tilby E & Barker G (2020) Issues of theory and method in the analysis of Paleolithic mortuary behavior: a view from Shanidar Cave. Evolutionary Anthropologydoi: 10.1002/evan.21854.

Ragsdale G & Foley RA (2011) A maternal influence on reading the mind in the eyes mediated by executive function: differential parental influences on full and half siblings. PLoS ONE 6: e23236.

Ragsdale G & Foley RA (2012) Testing the imprinted brain: parent-of-origin effects on empathy and systemizing. Evolution and Human Behaviour 33: 402-410.

Ragsdale G & Foley RA (2018) Epigenetics and the evolution of human social cognition. In LD Di Paolo, F Di Vicenzo & F De Petrillo (Eds) Evolution of Primate Social Cognition, pp. 163-179. Springer. 

Rasmussen M, Guo X, Wang Y, Lohmueller KE, Rasmussen S, Albrechtsen A, Skotte L, Lindgreen S, Metspalu M, Jombart T, Kivisild T, Zhai W, Eriksson A, Manica A, Orlando L, De La Vega F, Tridico S, Metspalu E, Nielsen K, Ávila-Arcos MC, Moreno-Mayar JV, Muller C, Dortch J, Gilbert MTP, Lund O, Wesolowska A, Karmin M, Weinert LA, Wang B, Li J, Tai S, Xiao F, Haninara T, van Driem G, Jha AR, Ricaut F-X, de Knijff P, Migliano AB, Gallego-Romero I, Kristiansen K, Lambert DM, Brunak S, Forster P, Brinkmann B, Nehlich O, Bunce M, Richards M, Gupta R, Bustamante C, Krogh A, Foley RAMirazón Lahr M, Balloux F, Sicheritz-Pontén T, Villems R, Nielsen R, Jun W & Willerslev E (2011) Aboriginal Australian Genome Obtained from Hundred-Year-Old Lock of Hair Reveals Separate Human Dispersals into Asia. Science 334(6052): 94-98.

Rasmussen S, Allentoft ME, Nielsen K, Orlando L, Sikora M, Sjögren K-G, Pedersen AG, Van Dam A, Kapel CMO, Nielsen HB, Brunak S, Avetisyan P, Epimakhov A, Gnuni A, Kriiska A, Lasak I, Metspalu M, Moiseyev V, Gromov A, Pokutta D, Saag L, Varul L, Yepiskoposyan L, Sicheritz-Pontén T, Foley RAMirazón Lahr M, Nielsen R, Kristiansen K & Willerslev E (2015) Early divergent strains of Yersinia pestis in Eurasia five thousand years ago. Cell 163(3): 571-582.

Ricaut FX, Thomas T, Arganini C, Staughton J, Leavesley M, Bellatti M, Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2008) Mitochondrial DNA variation in Karkar Islanders. Annals of Human Genetics 72: 349-367.

Ricaut FX, Thomas T, Mormina M, Cox MP, Bellatti M, Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2010) Ancient Solomon Islands mtDNA: Assessing Holocene settlement and the impact of European contact. Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 1161-1170. 

Seguin-Orlando A, Korneliussen TS, Sikora M, Malaspinas A-S, Manica A, Moltke I, Albrechtsen A, Ko A, Margaryan A, Moiseyev V, Goebel T, Westaway M, Lambert D, Khartanovich V, Wall JD, Nigst PR, Foley RAMirazón Lahr M, Nielsen R, Orlando L & Willerslev E (2014) Genomic structure in Europeans dating back at least 36,200 years. Science 346: 1113-1118.

Sikora M, Seguin-Orlando A, Sousa VC, Albrechtsen A, Korneliussen T, Ko A, Rasmussen S, Dupanloup I, Nigst PR, Bosch MD, Renaud G, Allentoft ME, Margaryan A, Vasilyev SV, Veselovskaya EV, Borutskaya SB, Gerasimova MM, Pavlova EY, Chasnyk VG, Nikolskiy PA, Deviese T, Comeskey D, Higham T, Manica A, Foley R, Pitulko VV, Meltzer DJ, Nielsen R, Excoffier L, Mirazón Lahr M, Orlando L & Willerslev E (2017) Ancient genomes show social and reproductive behaviour of early Upper Palaeolithic foragers. Science 358: 659-662.DOI: 10.1126/science.aao1807.

Standen V & Foley RA (Eds) (1989) Comparative Socioecology: the behavioural ecology of humans and other mammals: Blackwell Scientific.

Van Baelen A, Wilshaw A, Griffith P, Noens G, Maillo Fernandez JM, Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2019) Prospect Farm and the Middle and Later Stone Age occupation of Mt Eburru (Central Rift, Kenya) in an East African context. African Archaeology Review, 36: 397-417. DOI: 10.1007/s10437-019-09342-0.

Van Holstein L & Foley RA (2017) Hominin evolution. In TK Shackelford & VA Weekes-Shackelford (Eds) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, pp. 1-22. Cham: Springer.

Vegvari & Foley RA (2014) High selection pressure promotes increase in cumulative adaptive culture. PLoS ONE 9: e86406.

Vegvari & Foley RA (2015) Competition and culture change in prehistoric socio-economic systems. In A Traviglia (Ed) Across Space and Time, pp. 192-202. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 

Underhill PA, Passarino G, Lin AA, Shen P, Mirazón Lahr M, Foley RA, Oefner PJ & Cavalli-Sforza LL (2001) The phylogeography of Y chromosome binary haplotypes and the origins of modern human populations. Annals of Human Genetics 65: 43-62.

Wall-Scheffler CM & Foley RA (2008) Digital cementum luminance analysis (DCLA): a tool for the analysis of climatic and seasonal signals in dental cementum. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 18: 11-27.

Yaxley KJ & Foley RA (2019) Reconstructing the ancestral phenotypes of great apes and humans (Homininae) using subspecies-level phylogenies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 128: 1021-1038.

Zakrzewski S, Foley RA & Mirazón Lahr M (2002) Change and continuity over the Predynastic and early Dynastic Periods of Ancient Egypt. In Z Hawass (Ed) Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century, pp. 587-597. Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press. lton