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 Skeleton Benevolence Evolutionary Psychology Sampling History Homeostasis Economic Freedom Down Syndrome Cancer Troglodytes Population Capitalism Socialism Test Indicator Caves Cross Section Bone Genome Nitrite Cell

Most Recent Papers

Intercellular competition and levels of development: The plasticity of inevitability

Robert Eckhardt, Alex Weller, Maciej Henneberg, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA

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 of and cure of cancer

Robert Eckhardt, Kenneth Hsü, 2016, Chinese Journal of Geology on p. 33

Origin and cure of cancer

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

Reply to Westaway et al.: Mandibular misrepresentations fail to support the invalid species Homo floresiensis

Robert Eckhardt, Maciej Henneberg, Sakdapong Chavanaves, Alexander Weller, Kenneth Hsü, 2015, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA on p. 2

Paleoanthropology's persistent memory hole: the "Homo floresiensis" affair

Robert Eckhardt, Maciej Henneberg, 2014, Rock Art Review on p. 144-146

Present control of the past in the interpretation of human evolution

Robert Eckhardt, 2014, Rock Art Review on p. 142-143

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

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

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

Origin and cure of cancer

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

Origin of and cure of cancer

Robert Eckhardt, Kenneth Hsü, 2016, Chinese Journal of Geology on p. 33

Reply to Westaway et al.: Mandibular misrepresentations fail to support the invalid species Homo floresiensis

Robert Eckhardt, Maciej Henneberg, Sakdapong Chavanaves, Alexander Weller, Kenneth Hsü, 2015, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA on p. 2

Present control of the past in the interpretation of human evolution

Robert Eckhardt, 2014, Rock Art Review on p. 142-143

Paleoanthropology's persistent memory hole: the "Homo floresiensis" affair

Robert Eckhardt, Maciej Henneberg, 2014, Rock Art Review on p. 144-146