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Joseph, Sophie K., Elizabeth Wagman, Nabeel Diab, Nicholas Ryu, Minwoo Lee, Randall Haas, James K. Rilling, Mark S. Aldenderfer, John Lindo
2024 Paleogenomic insights into cooperation in the ancient Andes from positive selection on oxytocin pathway genes. Genes, Brain and Behavior 23(1):e12877. doi: doi:10.1111/gbb.12877.

Snyder, Thomas J and Randall Haas
2024 Unstructured satellite survey detects up to 20% of archaeological sites in coastal valleys of southern Peru. PLoS ONE 19(2): e0292272. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0292272

Chen JC, Aldenderfer MS, Eerkens JW, Langlie BS, Viviano Llave C, Watson JT, Haas R
2024 Stable isotope chemistry reveals plant-dominant diet among early foragers on the Andean Altiplano, 9.0–6.5 cal. ka. PLoS ONE 19(1): e0296420. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0296420.

Haas, Randall
2023 Early Settlement in the High Andes. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190854584.013.444.

Flores-Blanco, Luis, Lucero Cuellar, Mark S. Aldenderfer, Charles Stanish, and Randall Haas
2023 Did archery technology precipitate complexity in the Titicaca Basin? A metric analysis of projectile points, 11–1 ka. Quaternary International in press. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2023.10.012.

Smallwood, Ashley, Randall Haas, and Thomas Jennings
2023 Lithic usewear confirms the function of Wilamaya Patjxa projectile points. Scientific Reports 13:19044. doi:10.1038/s41598-023-45743-7.

Snyder, Thomas J. and Randall Haas
2023 Climate change intensified violence in the south-central Andean highlands from 1.5 to 0.5 ka. Quaternary Research. doi:10.1017/qua.2023.23

Terlep, Michael L., Francis E. Smiley and Randall Haas
2023 Iridescent beetle adornments suggest incipient status competition among the earliest horticulturalists in Bears Ears National Monument. American Antiquity 88(1):2-19. doi:10.1017/aaq.2022.96.

Surovell Todd A., Matthew J. O’Brien and Randall Haas
2022 The other invisible sex: Division of labor and domestic space in the Mongolian taiga. In Intra-Site Spatial Analysis of Mobile and Semi-Sedentary Peoples: Analytical Approaches to Reconstructing Occupation History, edited by A. E. Clark and J. A. M. Gingerich, pp. 95-108. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Sheina Lew-Levy, Rachel Reckin, Stephen M. Kissler, Ilaria Pretelli, Adam H. Boyette, Alyssa N. Crittenden, Renée V. Hagen, Randall Haas, Karen L. Kramer, Jeremy Koster, Matthew J. O’Brien, Koji Sonoda, Todd A. Surovell, Jonathan Stieglitz, Bram Tucker, Noa Lavi, Kate Ellis-Davies & Helen E. Davis
2022 Socioecology shapes child and adolescent time allocation in twelve hunter-gatherer and mixed-subsistence forager societies. Scientific Reports 12, 8054. doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-12217-1.

O’Brien, Matthew J., Todd A. Surovell, Randall Haas and Spencer Pelton
2022 The attraction of home: The influence of fire and ambient light on domestic space among the Dukha reindeer herders of northern Mongolia. In More than shelter from the storm: hunter-gatherer houses and the built environment, edited by Brian N. Andrews and Danielle A. Macdonald, pp. 243–263. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. doi:10.2307/j.ctv2t8b7bc.15.

Flores-Blanco, Luis, Alfredo J. Altamirano, Marco Villacorta, José M. Capriles, Flavio Estrada, Katia Herrera, Melchor Llosa, Eduardo Chávez and Carmela Alarcón
2022 Reconstructing the sequence of an Inca Period (1470-1532 CE) camelid sacrifice at El Pacfico, Peru. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 41:103247. doi:10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103247.

Haas, Randall
2021 Sedentary Sites. In South American Contributions to World Archaeology, edited by M. Bonomo and S. Archila, pp. 63-80. Springer International Publishing, Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-73998-0_3.

Chen, Caleb, Luis Flores-Blanco and Randall Haas
2021 Why did projectile-point size increase in the Andean Altiplano Archaic? An experimental atlatl analysis. Latin American Antiquity. doi:10.1017/laq.2021.70.

Parker, Glendon J., Tammy Buonasera, Julia M. Yip, Jelmer W. Eerkens, Michelle Salemi, Blythe Durbin-Johnson, Randall Haas, Jane E. Buikstra, Haagen Klaus, David M. Rocke and Brett Phinney
2021 AMELY deletion is not detected in systematically sampled reference populations: A Reply to Štamfelj. Journal of Archaeological Science 130:105354. doi:10.1016/j.jas.2021.105354.

Kitchel, Nathaniel, Mark S. Aldenderfer and Randall Haas
2021 Diet, mobility, technology, and lithics: Neolithization on the Andean Altiplano, 7.0-3.5 ka. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. doi: 10.1007/s10816-021-09525-7.

Mackie, Madeline E. and Randall Haas
2021 Estimating the frequency of coincidental spatial associations between Clovis artifacts and proboscidean remains in North America. Quaternary Research 1-11. doi: 10.1017/qua.2021.1.

Haas, Randall, James Watson, Tammy Buonasera, John Southon, Jennifer C. Chen, Sarah Noe, Kevin Smith, Carlos Viviano Llave, Jelmer Eerkens and Glendon Parker
2020 Female hunters of the early Americas. Science Advances 6(45):eabd0310. doi:10.1126/sciadv.abd0310.

Buonasera, Tammy, Jelmer Eerkens, Alida de Flamingh, Laurel Engbring, Julia Yip, Hongjie Li, Randall Haas, Diane DiGiuseppe, Dave Grant, Michelle Salemi, Charlene Nijmeh, Monica Monica, Alan Leventhal, Brett Phinney, Brian F. Byrd, Ripan S. Malhi, and Glendon Parker
2020 A comparison of proteomic, genomic, and osteological methods of archaeological sex estimation. Scientific Reports 10(1). doi:10.1038/s41598-020-68550-w.

Crane, Adam, James T. Watson, and Randall Haas
2020 The effects of aberrant tooth wear on occlusal relationships. In: C Schmidt, JT Watson (eds.), Dental Wear in Evolutionary and Biocultural Contexts, pp. 99-121. Elsevier Press, London. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-815599-8.00005-8.

Haas, Randall and Steven L. Kuhn
2019 Forager mobility in constructed environments. Current Anthropology 60(4):499--535. doi: 10.1086/704710.

Haas, Randall, Todd A. Surovell, and Matthew J. O’Brien
2019 Dukha mobility in a constructed environment: past camp use predicts future use in the Mongolian Taiga. American Antiquity 84(2):215-233. doi: 10.1017/aaq.2018.88.

Glendon J. Parker, Julia M. Yip, Jelmer W. Eerkens, Michelle Salemi, Blythe Durbin-Johnson, Caleb Kiesow, Randall Haas, Jane E. Buikstra, Haagen Klaus, Laura A. Regan, David M. Rocke, and Brett S. Phinney
2019 Sex estimation using sexually dimorphic amelogenin protein fragments in human enamel. Journal of Archaeological Science 101:169--180. doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2018.08.011.

Robinson, Erick, H. Jabran Zahid, Brian F. Codding, Randall Haas, Randall and Robert L. Kelly
2019 Spatiotemporal dynamics of prehistoric human population growth: radiocarbon ‘dates as data’ and population ecology models. Journal of Archaeological Science 101: 63-71. doi:10.1016/j.jas.2018.11.006.

Flores, Luís (ed.)
2018 Monumentos, Lugares, Ancestros: Paisajes Andinos y Lejanos (Monuments, Places, Ancestors: Andean and distant landscapes). Editorial Avqui, Lima.

John Lindo, Randall Haas, Courtney Hofman, Mario Apata, Mauricio Moraga, Ricardo Verdugo, James T Watson, Carlos Llave, David Witonsky, Enrique Pacheco, Mercedes Villena, Rudy Soria, Cynthia Beall, Christina Warinner, John Novembre, Mark Aldenderfer, Anna Di Rienzo
2018 The genetic prehistory of the Andean highlands 7,000 Years BP though European contact. Science Advances 11(4): eaau4921. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aau4921.

Haas, Randall, Todd Surovell, and Matthew O’Brien
2018 Occupancy and the use of household space among the Dukha. Ethnoarchaeology 10 (1): 1–15. doi: 10.1080/19442890.2018.1440510.

Flores, Luís
2017 El Pacifico: early architecture and landscape during the Formative period of the Central Andes. Antiquity 91 (357): 1-6. doi: 10.15184/aqy.2017.40

Watson, James T., and Randall Haas
2017  Dental evidence for wild tuber processing among Titicaca Basin foragers 7000 ybp. American Journal of Physical Anthropology164(1): 117–130. doi: 10.1002/ajpa.23261

Haas, Randall, Mark S. Aldenderfer, and Michael C. Meyer
2017 Response to comment on “Permanent human occupation of the central Tibetan Plateau in the early Holocene.” Science 357(6351): eaam9444. doi: 10.1126/science.aam9444

Meyer, Michael C., D. L. Hoffmann, Mark S. Aldenderfer, Randall Haas, J. A. Dahl, Z. Wang, D. Degering, and Frank Schlütz
2017 Response to comment on “Permanent human occupation of the central Tibetan Plateau in the early Holocene.” Science 357(6351): eaan8575. doi: 10.1126/science.aan8575.

Haas, Randall, Ioana C. Stefanescu, Alexander Garcia-Putnam, Mark S. Aldenderfer, Mark T. Clementz, Melissa S. Murphy, Carlos Viviano Llave, and James T. Watson
2017 Humans permanently occupied the Andean highlands by at least 7 ka. Royal Society Open Science 4(6): 170331. doi: 10.1098/rsos.170331.

Meyer, Michael C., Mark S. Aldenderfer, Z. Wang, D.L. Hoffmann, D. Degering, J.A. Dahl, Randall Haas, Frank Schlütz
2017 Permanent human occupation of the central Tibetan Plateau in the Early Holocene. Science355 (6320): 64–67. doi:10.1126/science.aag0357.

Downey, Sean S., Randall Haas, and Stephen J. Shennan
2016 European Neolithic societies showed early warning signals of population collapse.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: 201602504. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1602504113.

Haas, Randall, Cynthia J. Klink, Greg J. Maggard, and Mark S. Aldenderfer
2015 Settlement-size scaling among prehistoric hunter-gatherer settlement systems in the New World. PLoS ONE 10(11):e0140127. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0140127.

Haas, Randall, and Carlos Viviano Llave
2015 Hunter-gatherers on the eve of agriculture: Insights from Soro Mik'aya Patjxa, Lake Titicaca Basin, Peru, 8000-6700 B.P. Antiquity 89(348):1297-1312. doi: 10.15184/aqy.2015.100.

Mills, Barbara J., Matthew A. Peeples, Randall Haas, Lewis Borck, Jeffery J. Clark, and John M. Roberts Jr.
2015 Multiscalar Perspectives on social networks in the late prehispanic Southwest. American Antiquity 80(1): 3–24. doi: 10.7183/0002-7316.79.4.3.

Mills, Barbara J., Jeffery J. Clark, Matthew A. Peeples, Randall Haas, John M. Roberts Jr., J. Brett Hill, Deborah L. Huntley, Lewis S. Borck, Ronald L. Breiger, Aaron A. Clauset, and M. Steven Shackley
2013 Transformation of social networks in the late pre-Hispanic US Southwest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences pursue110(15): 5785–5790. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1219966110.

Peeples, Matthew, and Randall Haas
2013 Brokerage and social capital in the prehispanic U.S. Southwest. American Anthropologist 115(2):232-247. doi: 10.1111/aman.12006.

Flores, Luís y Henry Tantaleán (eds.)
2012 Arqueología de la Cuenca del Titicaca, Perú (Archeology of the Titicaca Basin, Peru). IFEA and Cotsen - UCLA.

Haas, Randall, and Jacopo Tagliabue
2012 Prediciendo la coalescencia en los períodos Formativo y Tiwanaku en la Cuenca de Titicaca: un modelo simple basado en agentes (Predicting Formative and Tiwanaku period coalescence in the Titicaca Basin: a simple agent-based model). In Arqueología de la cuenca del Titicaca, Perú, edited by Luis Flores Blanco and Henry Tantaleán, 243–260. Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos; Cotsen Istitute of Archaeology at UCLA, Lima.

Roberts, John M. Jr., Barbara J. Mills, Jeffery J. Clark, Randall Haas, Deborah H. Huntley, and Meaghan A. Trowbridge
2012 A Method for chronological apportioning of ceramic assemblages. Journal of Archaeological Science 39(5):1513-1520. doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2011.12.022.

Raichlen, David, Adam D Gordon, William E.H. Harcourt-Smith, Adam Foster, Randall Haas
2010 Laetoli footprints preserve earliest direct evidence of human-like bipedal biomechanics. PLoS ONE 5(3): e9769. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0009769.

Bourke, Mary C., Randall Haas, James A. Brearly, and Heather A. Viles
2007 Fluvial features. In An Atlas of rock breakdown features in geomorphic environments , edited by M.C. Bourke and H.A. Viles, pp. 23-47. Planetary Sciences Institute, Tucson.

Haas, Randall 2006 The social implications of Basketmaker II cordage design distribution. Kiva 71(3): 275-298.

Haas, Randall
2002 Basketmaker II fiber industry of Boomerang Shelter, Utah: A Synthesis of Archaeological Data Analysis and Experimentation. Kiva 67:167-185.