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Research Centre for Anthropology and Health

MSM Working Groups - C. Occupation

Release from the Occupation Working Group, after the Workshop "Entheseal changes and reconstruction of human behavior: towards standardization”, Coimbra 2013.

  • Exploring the relationship between entheseal changes and physical activity: A multivariate study

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Milella, M.; Alves Cardoso, F; Assis, S; Perréard-Lopreno, G.; Speith, N. 2015.

Exploring the relationship between entheseal changes and physical activity: A multivariate study. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 156: 215–223. doi: 10.1002/ajpa.22640.

Release from the Occupation Working Group, after the 81th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (Portland, Oregon, 11th – 14th of April, 2012):

  • Working activities or workload? Categorization of occupation in identified skeletal series for the analysis of activity-related osseous changes

The document can be downloaded here. (Published online: 12th September 2012)

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Perréard-Lopreno, G.; Alves Cardoso, F.; Assis, S.; Milella, M.; Speith, N. 2012. Working activities or workload? Categorization of occupation in identified skeletal series for the analysis of activity-related osseous changes. [Online]. Invited poster presentation at the 81th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Portland, Oregon, 11th – 14th of April, 2012. [Consulted in...day/month/year...]. Available from: http://www.uc.pt/en/cia/msm/MSMWorkingGroup_Occupation_AAPA2012.

Release from the Occupation Working Group in link with the paper cited below. Construction of a database connecting professions known in European collections of identified skeletons and biomechanical criteria of categorization of occupations used by several authors in recent publications devoted to the study of osseous changes related to physical activity.

  • "Occupation” Working Group Database

The document can be downloaded here. (Published online: 23th November 2012)

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Perréard Lopreno, G.; Alves Cardoso, F.; Assis, S.; Milella, M.; Speith, N. 2012. Categorization of occupation in documented skeletal collections: Its relevance for the interpretation of activity-related osseous changes. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Online (early view). Occupation Working Group Database. [Consulted in...day/month/year...]. Available from: http://www.uc.pt/en/cia/msm/MSM_Occupation.