Robert Eckhardt

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Robert Eckhardt

Research Summary

Genetic and environmental influences on growth and development in human populations.

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Locomotion Femur Hominidae Indonesia Population Skeleton Benevolence Homeostasis Evolutionary Psychology Sampling History Down Syndrome Economic Freedom Bone Cancer Magnetic Resonance Imaging Troglodytes Capitalism Socialism Test Microcephaly Asymmetry Body Remains Indicator Respect

Most Recent Papers

Evolutionary psychology, economic freedom, trade and benevolence

John Levendis, Robert Barry Eckhardt, Walter Block, 2019, Review of Economic Perspectives on p. 73-94

Earliest Known Hominin Calcar Femorale in Orrorin tugenensis Provides Further Internal Anatomical Evidence for Origin of Human Bipedal Locomotion

Adam Kuperavage, David Pokrajac, Sakdapong Chavanaves, Robert B. Eckhardt, 2018, Anatomical Record on p. 1834-1839

Origin and cure of cancer

K. J. Hsü, Robert B. Eckhardt, 2016, Scientia Geologica Sinica on p. 1015-1039

Evolved developmental homeostasis disturbed in LB1 from Flores, Indonesia, denotes Down syndrome and not diagnostic traits of the invalid species Homo floresiensis

Maciej Henneberg, Robert B. Eckhardt, Sakdapong Chavanaves, Kenneth J. Hsü, 2014, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 11967-11972

Rare events in earth history include the LB1 human skeleton from Flores, Indonesia, as a developmental singularity, not a unique taxon

Robert B. Eckhardt, Maciej Henneberg, Alex S. Weller, Kenneth J. Hsü, 2014, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 11961-11966

Moment coefficients of skewness in the femoral neck cortical bone distribution of BAR 1002'00

A. J. Kuperavage, H. J. Sommer, R. B. Eckhardt, 2010, HOMO- Journal of Comparative Human Biology on p. 244-252

Biomechanical inferences about the origins of bipedal locomotion from ancient African femora

Adam J. Kuperavage, Robert Barry Eckhardt, 2009, Journal of Engineering Mechanics on p. 479-484

Koalas, papionines and humans

R. M. Norris, M. Henneberg, A. Kuperavage, Robert Barry Eckhardt, 2007, Human Evolution on p. 59-66

Pygmoid Australomelanesian Homo sapiens skeletal remains from Liang Bua, Flores

T. Jacob, E. Indriati, R. P. Soejono, K. Hsü, D. W. Frayer, R. B. Eckhardt, A. J. Kuperavagel, A. Thorne, M. Henneberg, 2006, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 13421-13426

Superquadric modeling of cranial and cerebral shape and asymmetry

Henry Joseph Sommer, III, Robert Barry Eckhardt, T. Y. Shiang, 2006, American Journal of Physical Anthropology on p. 189-195

Most-Cited Papers

Evolved developmental homeostasis disturbed in LB1 from Flores, Indonesia, denotes Down syndrome and not diagnostic traits of the invalid species Homo floresiensis

Maciej Henneberg, Robert B. Eckhardt, Sakdapong Chavanaves, Kenneth J. Hsü, 2014, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 11967-11972

Rare events in earth history include the LB1 human skeleton from Flores, Indonesia, as a developmental singularity, not a unique taxon

Robert B. Eckhardt, Maciej Henneberg, Alex S. Weller, Kenneth J. Hsü, 2014, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 11961-11966

Moment coefficients of skewness in the femoral neck cortical bone distribution of BAR 1002'00

A. J. Kuperavage, H. J. Sommer, R. B. Eckhardt, 2010, HOMO- Journal of Comparative Human Biology on p. 244-252

Origin and cure of cancer

K. J. Hsü, Robert B. Eckhardt, 2016, Scientia Geologica Sinica on p. 1015-1039

Earliest Known Hominin Calcar Femorale in Orrorin tugenensis Provides Further Internal Anatomical Evidence for Origin of Human Bipedal Locomotion

Adam Kuperavage, David Pokrajac, Sakdapong Chavanaves, Robert B. Eckhardt, 2018, Anatomical Record on p. 1834-1839

Evolutionary psychology, economic freedom, trade and benevolence

John Levendis, Robert Barry Eckhardt, Walter Block, 2019, Review of Economic Perspectives on p. 73-94