David Raichlen
David Raichlen
Professor, Human and Evolutionary Biology, University of Southern California
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Chimpanzee locomotor energetics and the origin of human bipedalism
MD Sockol, DA Raichlen, H Pontzer
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 104 (30), 12265-12269, 2007
Hunter-gatherer energetics and human obesity
H Pontzer, DA Raichlen, BM Wood, AZP Mabulla, SB Racette, ...
PloS one 7 (7), e40503, 2012
Evidence of LÚvy walk foraging patterns in human hunter–gatherers
DA Raichlen, BM Wood, AD Gordon, AZP Mabulla, FW Marlowe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (2), 728-733, 2014
Control and function of arm swing in human walking and running
H Pontzer, JH Holloway 4th, DA Raichlen, DE Lieberman
Journal of experimental biology 212 (4), 523-534, 2009
Wired to run: exercise-induced endocannabinoid signaling in humans and cursorial mammals with implications for the ‘runner’s high’
DA Raichlen, AD Foster, GL Gerdeman, A Seillier, A Giuffrida
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (8), 1331-1336, 2012
The human gluteus maximus and its role in running
DE Lieberman, DA Raichlen, H Pontzer, DM Bramble, E Cutright-Smith
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (11), 2143-2155, 2006
Metabolic acceleration and the evolution of human brain size and life history
H Pontzer, MH Brown, DA Raichlen, H Dunsworth, B Hare, K Walker, ...
Nature 533 (7603), 390-392, 2016
Laetoli footprints preserve earliest direct evidence of human-like bipedal biomechanics
DA Raichlen, AD Gordon, WEH Harcourt-Smith, AD Foster, WR Haas Jr
PloS one 5 (3), e9769, 2010
The metabolic cost of walking in humans, chimpanzees, and early hominins
H Pontzer, DA Raichlen, MD Sockol
Journal of Human Evolution 56 (1), 43-54, 2009
Exercise-induced endocannabinoid signaling is modulated by intensity
DA Raichlen, AD Foster, A Seillier, A Giuffrida, GL Gerdeman
European journal of applied physiology 113 (4), 869-875, 2013
Calcaneus length determines running economy: implications for endurance running performance in modern humans and Neandertals
DA Raichlen, H Armstrong, DE Lieberman
Journal of human evolution 60 (3), 299-308, 2011
Adaptive capacity: an evolutionary neuroscience model linking exercise, cognition, and brain health
DA Raichlen, GE Alexander
Trends in neurosciences 40 (7), 408-421, 2017
Genome-wide association study of habitual physical activity in over 377,000 UK Biobank participants identifies multiple variants including CADM2 and APOE
YC Klimentidis, DA Raichlen, J Bea, DO Garcia, NE Wineinger, ...
International journal of obesity 42 (6), 1161-1176, 2018
Brains, brawn, and the evolution of human endurance running capabilities
DE Lieberman, DM Bramble, DA Raichlen, JJ Shea
The first humans–origin and early evolution of the genus Homo, 77-92, 2009
Hunter‐gatherers as models in public health
H Pontzer, BM Wood, DA Raichlen
Obesity Reviews 19, 24-35, 2018
Primate energy expenditure and life history
H Pontzer, DA Raichlen, AD Gordon, KK Schroepfer-Walker, B Hare, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (4), 1433-1437, 2014
Linking brains and brawn: exercise and the evolution of human neurobiology
DA Raichlen, JD Polk
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1750), 20122250, 2013
Exercise, APOE genotype, and the evolution of the human lifespan
DA Raichlen, GE Alexander
Trends in neurosciences 37 (5), 247-255, 2014
Physical activity patterns and biomarkers of cardiovascular disease risk in hunter‐gatherers
DA Raichlen, H Pontzer, JA Harris, AZP Mabulla, FW Marlowe, ...
American Journal of Human Biology 29 (2), e22919, 2017
Metabolic adaptation for low energy throughput in orangutans
H Pontzer, DA Raichlen, RW Shumaker, C Ocobock, SA Wich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (32), 14048-14052, 2010
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