Mongle CS, Strait DS, Grine FE. 2019 Expanded character sampling underscores phylogenetic stability of Ardipithecus ramidus as a basal hominin. J Hum Evol. 131:28-39.
Grine FE, Leakey MG, Gathago PN, Brown FH, Mongle CS, Jungers WL, Leakey LN. 2019. Complete permanent mandibular dentition of early Homo from the upper Burgi Member of the Koobi Fora Formation, Ileret, Kenya. J Hum Evol. 131:152-175.
Márquez S, Pagano AS, Mongle CS, Albertine KH, Laitman JT. 2018. The Nasal Complex of a Semiaquatic Artiodactyl, the Moose (Alces alces): Is it a Good Evolutionary Model for the Ancestors of Cetaceans? Anat Rec. Early View.
"Smaers, Mongle & Kandler (2016) expand on our current toolkit for reconstructing trait evolution by describing a new adaptive-peak-based model for phylogenetic comparative analysis in which rates of evolution may vary on different branches. (Goswami, 2016)"
In review: Mongle CS, Koenig A, Samonds KE, Smaers JB, Borries C. Costly teeth: gestation length in primates suggests that dentition is not expensive to produce. Anat Rec.
In revision: Strait DS, Mongle CS, Grine FE. The systematics of the robust Australopiths. In:Wood BA, Constantino P (eds). The Forgotten Lineage(s): Paleobiology of Paranthropus.
In review: Grine FE, Lee C, Mongle CS, Wallace IJ, Mngomezulu V. Absence of a Secular Trend in Cranial Size among 20th Century South African Bantu-speaking Populations. Am J Hum Biol.
In submission: Ksepka DT, Balanoff AM, Smith NA, Bever GS, Bhullar BS, Bourdon E, Braun EL, Burleigh JG, Clarke JA, Colbert MW, Corfield JR, Degrange FJ, De Pietri VL, Early CM, Field DJ, Gignac PM, Gold MEL, Jarvis ED, Kimball RT, Kawabe S, Lefebvre L, Marugán-Lobón J, Mongle CS, Morhardt A, Norell MA, Ridgely RC, Scofield RP, Tambussi CP, Torres CR, van Tuinen M, Walsh SA, Watanabe A, Witmer LM, Wright AK, Zanno LE, Smaers JB. Tempo and pattern of avian brain size evolution. PNAS.
Invited: Smaers JB & Mongle CS. Macroevolutionary signatures of neurodevelopmental shifts in mammals. Progress in Brain Research.
Invited: Smaers JB & Mongle CS. On the use of the phylogenetic regression in the study of Brain, Behavior and Evolution. Brain, Behavior and Evolution.
In prep: Mongle CS, Nesbitt A, Smaers J, Grine FE. Developmental processes shape macroevolution of mammalian teeth.
Developed Software Smaers JB, Mongle CS. Evomap: R package for evolutionary mapping of continuous traits. Github: JeroenSmaers/evomap. doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1253030. For examples and tutorials: https://smaerslab.com/software/
Borries C, Mongle CS, Koenig A. Gestation length in African and Asian colobines. Am J Phys Anthropol. Mongle CS, Strait DS, Grine FE. 2018. Phylogenetic implications of new craniodental character data for Ardipithecus ramidus. Am J Phys Anthropol.
Mongle CS, Nesbit A, Smaers J, Grine FE. Evidence that developmental processes bias multiple scales of variation and generate a line of least resistance for the evolution of the primate dentition. Northeastern Regional Vertebrate Evolution Symposium.
Strait DS, Mongle CS, Grine FE. The systematics of robust australopiths. Am J Phys Anthropol. [Invited Symposium: The Forgotten Lineage(s): Paleobiology of Paranthropus]
Mongle CS, Nesbitt A, Smaers JB, Grine FE. 2017. The developmental cascade biases rates of evolutionary change in the dentition. Am J Phys Anthropol.
Fernandez PF, Mongle CS, Patel BA, Tocheri MW, Jungers WL. 2017. Functional morphology and evolution of the early hominin forefoot. Am J Phys Anthropol.
Mongle CS, Koenig A, Sammonds K, Smaers JB, Borries C. 2016. Expensive tissues and gestation length in primates. Am J Phys Anthropol S159:233.
Mongle CS, Nesbitt A, Grine FE. 2015. A re-examination of maxillary shape variation and the attribution of Early Pleistocene fossils to the genus Homo. Am J Phys Anthropol S60:228
Mongle CS, Wallace, IJ, Grine FE. 2014. Diaphyseal Cross-sectional Variation in Extant Hominoid Humeri: Implications for Incomplete Hominid Fossils. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153: 188-189.
Wallace IJ, Demes B, Mongle CS, Pearson OM, Polk JD, et al. 2014. Exercise-Induced Bone Formation Is Poorly Linked to Local Strain Magnitude in the Sheep Tibia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153: 264-264.
Mongle, CS. The Quarterly Review of Biology: Evolution’s Bite: A Story of Teeth, Diet, and Human Origins. By Peter Ungar. Princeton (New Jersey): Princeton University Press. $27.95. 248p. ISBN: 9780691160535. 2017.