Ameline Bardo
Ameline Bardo
UMR 7194 - HNHP, Département Homme et Environnement, Musée de l'Homme - Paris
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Manual function and performance in humans, gorillas, and orangutans during the same tool use task
A Bardo, R Cornette, A Borel, E Pouydebat
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 164 (4), 821-836, 2017
The position of Australopithecus sediba within fossil hominin hand use diversity
CJ Dunmore, MM Skinner, A Bardo, LR Berger, JJ Hublin, DH Pahr, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (7), 911-918, 2020
Evidence for habitual climbing in a Pleistocene hominin in South Africa
L Georgiou, CJ Dunmore, A Bardo, LT Buck, JJ Hublin, DH Pahr, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (15), 8416-8423, 2020
Metacarpal trabecular bone varies with distinct hand‐positions used in hominid locomotion
CJ Dunmore, TL Kivell, A Bardo, MM Skinner
Journal of anatomy 235 (1), 45-66, 2019
Behavioral and functional strategies during tool use tasks in bonobos
A Bardo, A Borel, H Meunier, JP Guéry, E Pouydebat
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 161 (1), 125-140, 2016
Do bimanual coordination, tool use, and body posture contribute equally to hand preferences in bonobos?
A Bardo, E Pouydebat, H Meunier
Journal of Human Evolution 82, 159-169, 2015
The impact of hand proportions on tool grip abilities in humans, great apes and fossil hominins: A biomechanical analysis using musculoskeletal simulation
A Bardo, L Vigouroux, TL Kivell, E Pouydebat
Journal of human evolution 125, 106-121, 2018
The implications of thumb movements for Neanderthal and modern human manipulation
A Bardo, MH Moncel, CJ Dunmore, TL Kivell, E Pouydebat, R Cornette
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
Three-dimensional geometric morphometric analysis of the first metacarpal distal articular surface in humans, great apes and fossil hominins
L Galletta, NB Stephens, A Bardo, TL Kivell, D Marchi
Journal of Human Evolution 132, 119-136, 2019
Trabecular variation in the first metacarpal and manipulation in hominids
CJ Dunmore, A Bardo, MM Skinner, TL Kivell
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 171 (2), 219-241, 2020
Get a grip: Variation in human hand grip strength and implications for human evolution
A Bardo, TL Kivell, K Town, G Donati, H Ballieux, C Stamate, T Edginton, ...
Symmetry 13 (7), 1142, 2021
An interdisciplinary approach to the evolution of grasping and manipulation
E Pouydebat, A Bardo
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 127 (3), 535-542, 2019
Right or left? Determining the hand holding the tool from use traces
A Rodriguez, E Pouydebat, MG Chacón, MH Moncel, R Cornette, A Bardo, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 31, 102316, 2020
Manipulative repertoire of bonobos (Pan paniscus) in spontaneous feeding situation
C Gérard, A Bardo, JP Guéry, E Pouydebat, B Simmen, V Narat
American Journal of Primatology 84 (7), e23383, 2022
The Precision of the Human Hand: Variability in Pinch Strength and Manual Dexterity
A Bardo, K Town, TL Kivell, G Donati, H Ballieux, C Stamate, T Edginton, ...
Symmetry 14 (1), 71, 2022
Cost-benefit trade-offs of aquatic resource exploitation in the context of hominin evolution
G De Chevalier, S Bouret, A Bardo, B Simmen, C Garcia, S Prat
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10, 2022
Stratégies de manipulation d'outil chez les humains et les bonobos
A Bardo, A Borel, H Meunier, M Lemaire, E Lempereur, JP Guery, ...
Revue de primatologie, 2015
" Get a Grip" dataset from the Me, Human project
A Bardo, TL Kivell, G Donati, H Ballieux, C Stamate, T Edginton, ...
Study of the links between laterality and dexterity in humans in a perspective to better understanding the evolution of human dexterity
A Bardo, A Filippo, A Balzeau
1848es Journées de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris (SAP) 35 (s)), 2023
Explore the relationship between the brain and the endocast in living humans
A Filippo, A Bardo, E Bardinet, M Didier, M Santin, A Balzeau
1848es Journées de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris (SAP) 35 (s)), 2023
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