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9 - The Research Legacy: Publications, theses and films directly relating to the Yuendumu Study

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 June 2012

Tasman Brown
Affiliation:
University of Adelaide
Grant C. Townsend
Affiliation:
University of Adelaide
Sandra K. Pinkerton
Affiliation:
University of Adelaide
James R. Rogers
Affiliation:
University of Adelaide
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Publications

Barbera AL, Sampson WJ, Townsend GC (2009). An evaluation of head position and craniofacial reference line variation. HOMO J Comp Hum Biol 60:1–28.

Barrett MJ (1953). Dental observations on Australian Aborigines – Yuendumu, Central Australia, 1951–52. Aust Dent J 57:127–138.

Barrett MJ (1953). X-Occlusion. Dent Mag Oral Top 70: 279.Report of an exhibit at the Thirteenth Australian Dental Congress, University of Queensland, Brisbane, June 1–5, 1953.

Barrett MJ (1956). Dental observations on Australian Aborigines: water supplies and endemic dental fluorosis. Aust Dent J 1:87–92.

Barrett MJ (1957). Serial dental casts of Australian Aboriginal children. Aust Dent J 2:74.

Barrett MJ (1957). Dental observations on Australian Aborigines: tooth eruption sequence. Aust Dent J 2:217–227.

Barrett MJ (1958). Dental observations on Australian Aborigines: continuously changing functional occlusion. Aust Dent J 3:39–52.

Barrett MJ (1960). Parafunctions and tooth attrition. In: Parafunctions of the Masticatory System (Bruxism). Lipke D, Posselt U, editors. Report in: J West Soc Perio 8:133–148.

Barrett MJ (1964). Walbiri customs and beliefs concerning teeth. Mankind 6:95–100.

Barrett MJ (1965). Dental observations on Australian Aborigines. Mankind 6:249–254.

Barrett MJ (1966). Handlist of Field Collections of Recorded Music. 50, 51, 59, 64, 113, 125, 155. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Barrett MJ (1968). Features of the Australian Aboriginal dentition. Dent Mag Oral Top 85:15–18.

Barrett MJ (1969). Functioning occlusion. Ann Aust Coll Dent Surg 2:68–80.

Barrett MJ (1972). Tooth wear and culture: a survey of tooth functions among some prehistoric populations. Molnar S, editor. Comment in: Curr Anthropol 13:516.

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Yuendumu
Legacy of a Longitudinal Growth Study in Central Australia
, pp. 249 - 264
Publisher: The University of Adelaide Press
Print publication year: 2011

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