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  • The Role of the Rodent Insula in Anxiety. [Journal Article]
  • FPFront Physiol 2019; 10:330
  • Méndez-Ruette M, Linsambarth S, … Stehberg J
  • The human insula has been consistently reported to be overactivated in all anxiety disorders, activation which has been suggested to be proportional to the level of anxiety and shown to decrease with…
  • Body size and social status in medieval Alba (Cuneo), Italy. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Phys Anthropol 2019; 168(3):595-605
  • Weiss NM, Vercellotti G, … Stout SD
  • CONCLUSIONS: The patterns of intrapopulation variation observed at Alba are similar but not as pronounced as those observed at Trino, suggesting that overall life conditions experienced by the two groups were comparable.
  • Quantitative discrimination of deformation in Fueguian crania. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Hum Biol 2018; 30(6):e23185
  • Lucea A, Salicrú M, Turbón D
  • CONCLUSIONS: From there on with the information provided by the graphical representation of the populations in the most informative dimensions and the homogeneity contrast between sexes, we related the frontal deformation in Selknam men to dragging firewood, vegetable matter, domestic utensils, and heavy pieces of meat from the hunt. On the other hand, the flattening of the parietal areas at the height of the bregma in Yamana women is related to loading and transporting vegetables and animals in baskets or leather sacks.
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