Kimberly A. Plomp
Kimberly A. Plomp
Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University
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Vertebral morphology influences the development of Schmorl's nodes in the lower thoracic vertebrae
KA Plomp, CA Roberts, US Viðarsdóttir
American journal of physical anthropology 149 (4), 572-582, 2012
The ancestral shape hypothesis: an evolutionary explanation for the occurrence of intervertebral disc herniation in humans
KA Plomp, US Viðarsdóttir, DA Weston, K Dobney, M Collard
BMC evolutionary biology 15 (1), 1-10, 2015
Does the correlation between schmorl's nodes and vertebral morphology extend into the lumbar spine?
K Plomp, C Roberts, U Strand Vidarsdottir
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 157 (3), 526-534, 2015
Morphological characteristics of healthy and osteoarthritic joint surfaces in archaeological skeletons
KA Plomp, CA Roberts, U Strand Viðarsdόttir
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 25 (4), 515-527, 2015
Palaeopathology: studying the origin, evolution and frequency of disease in human remains from archaeological sites
CA Roberts, F Alves Cardoso, K Bernofsky, C Henderson, T Jakob, ...
Encyclopedia of life support systems (EOLSS). Paris: Eolss Publishers, 2012
3D shape analyses of extant primate and fossil hominin vertebrae support the ancestral shape hypothesis for intervertebral disc herniation
KA Plomp, K Dobney, DA Weston, U Strand Viðarsdóttir, M Collard
BMC evolutionary biology 19 (1), 1-16, 2019
The bioarchaeology of back pain
KA Plomp
Bioarchaeology of impairment and disability, 141-157, 2017
Spondylolysis and spinal adaptations for bipedalism: The overshoot hypothesis
KA Plomp, K Dobney, M Collard
Evolution, medicine, and public health 2020 (1), 35-44, 2020
The composition of the founding population of Iceland: A new perspective from 3D analyses of basicranial shape
KA Plomp, H Gestsdottir, K Dobney, N Price, M Collard
Plos one 16 (2), e0246059, 2021
Potential adaptations for bipedalism in the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae of Homo sapiens: A 3D comparative analysis
K Plomp, US Viðarsdóttir, K Dobney, D Weston, M Collard
Journal of Human Evolution 137, 102693, 2019
Using the shape of the basicranial portion of the temporal bone to distinguish between relatively closely-related human populations
L Timbrell, KA Plomp
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 26, 101885, 2019
Frequency and patterns of costovertebral osteoarthritis in two Medieval English populations
KA Plomp, A Boylston
International Journal of Paleopathology 14, 64-68, 2016
Quantifying Palaeopathology Using Geometric Morphometrics
Durham University, 2013
A 3D basicranial shape-based assessment of local and continental northwest European ancestry among 5th to 9th century CE Anglo-Saxons
KA Plomp, K Dobney, M Collard
PloS one 16 (6), e0252477, 2021
Testing inter-observer error under a collaborative research framework for studying lithic shape variability
L Timbrell, C Scott, B Habte, Y Tefera, H Monod, M Qazzih, B Marais, ...
Archaeological and anthropological sciences 14 (10), 1-15, 2022
Can we combine 3D data obtained with a MicroScribe digitising arm and photogrammetry to address bioarchaeological research questions?
M Collard, K Dobney, KA Plomp
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 46, 103676, 2022
Correction: Acquired Spinal Conditions in Evolutionary Perspective: Updating a Classic Hypothesis
M Collard, KA Plomp, KM Dobney, M Evin, E Been, K Gnanalingham, ...
Biological Theory 17 (3), 198-198, 2022
Acquired Spinal Conditions in Evolutionary Perspective: Updating a Classic Hypothesis
M Collard, KA Plomp, KM Dobney, M Evin, E Been, K Gnanalingham, ...
Biological Theory 17 (3), 186-197, 2022
The changing shape of palaeopathology: The contribution of skeletal shape analyses to investigations of pathological conditions
RJ Gilmour, KA Plomp
American Journal of Biological Anthropology 178, 151-180, 2022
Acquired spinal conditions in humans: the roles of spinal curvature, the shape of the lumbar vertebrae, and evolutionary history
KA Plomp, E Been, M Collard
Palaeopathology and Evolutionary Medicine: An Integrated Approach, 42, 2022
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