Nicholas B. Holowka
Nicholas B. Holowka
Department of Anthropology, University at Buffalo
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Rethinking the evolution of the human foot: insights from experimental research
NB Holowka, DE Lieberman
Journal of experimental biology 221 (17), jeb174425, 2018
Foot strength and stiffness are related to footwear use in a comparison of minimally-vs. conventionally-shod populations
NB Holowka, IJ Wallace, DE Lieberman
Scientific reports 8 (1), 3679, 2018
Chimpanzee super strength and human skeletal muscle evolution
MC O’Neill, BR Umberger, NB Holowka, SG Larson, PJ Reiser
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (28), 7343-7348, 2017
Chimpanzee and human midfoot motion during bipedal walking and the evolution of the longitudinal arch of the foot
NB Holowka, MC O'Neill, NE Thompson, B Demes
Journal of human evolution 104, 23-31, 2017
Foot callus thickness does not trade off protection for tactile sensitivity during walking
NB Holowka, B Wynands, TJ Drechsel, AK Yegian, VA Tobolsky, ...
Nature 571 (7764), 261-264, 2019
The energetics of uniquely human subsistence strategies
TS Kraft, VV Venkataraman, IJ Wallace, AN Crittenden, NB Holowka, ...
Science 374 (6575), eabf0130, 2021
Surprising trunk rotational capabilities in chimpanzees and implications for bipedal walking proficiency in early hominins
NE Thompson, B Demes, MC O’Neill, NB Holowka, SG Larson
Nature communications 6 (1), 8416, 2015
Chimpanzee ankle and foot joint kinematics: Arboreal versus terrestrial locomotion
NB Holowka, MC O'Neill, NE Thompson, B Demes
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 164 (1), 131-147, 2017
Form and function of the human and chimpanzee forefoot: implications for early hominin bipedalism
PJ Fernández, NB Holowka, B Demes, WL Jungers
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 30532, 2016
Evolutionary anatomy of the plantar aponeurosis in primates, including humans
F Sichting, NB Holowka, F Ebrecht, DE Lieberman
Journal of anatomy 237 (1), 85-104, 2020
Heel impact forces during barefoot versus minimally shod walking among Tarahumara subsistence farmers and urban Americans
IJ Wallace, E Koch, NB Holowka, DE Lieberman
Royal Society Open Science 5 (3), 180044, 2018
Running in Tarahumara (Rarámuri) culture: Persistence hunting, footracing, dancing, work, and the fallacy of the athletic savage
DE Lieberman, M Mahaffey, S Cubesare Quimare, NB Holowka, ...
Current Anthropology 61 (3), 356-379, 2020
Physical inactivity and knee osteoarthritis in guinea pigs
IJ Wallace, AM Bendele, G Riew, EH Frank, HH Hung, NB Holowka, ...
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 27 (11), 1721-1728, 2019
Step width and frontal plane trunk motion in bipedal chimpanzee and human walking
NE Thompson, MC O’Neill, NB Holowka, B Demes
Journal of Human Evolution 125, 27-37, 2018
Brief communication: Cineradiographic analysis of the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) talonavicular and calcaneocuboid joints
NE Thompson, NB Holowka, MC O'Neill, SG Larson
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 154 (4), 604-608, 2014
Effect of the upward curvature of toe springs on walking biomechanics in humans
F Sichting, NB Holowka, OB Hansen, DE Lieberman
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 14643, 2020
The human foot functions like a spring of adjustable stiffness during running
NB Holowka, A Richards, BE Sibson, DE Lieberman
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (1), jeb219667, 2021
Three‐dimensional moment arms and architecture of chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) leg musculature
NB Holowka, MC O'Neill
Journal of Anatomy 223 (6), 610-628, 2013
Thoracic adaptations for ventilation during locomotion in humans and other mammals
WÉ Callison, NB Holowka, DE Lieberman
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (21), jeb189357, 2019
Experimental evidence that physical activity inhibits osteoarthritis: Implications for inferring activity patterns from osteoarthritis in archeological human skeletons
IJ Wallace, GJ Riew, R Landau, AM Bendele, NB Holowka, TL Hedrick, ...
American Journal of Biological Anthropology 177 (2), 223-231, 2022
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