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Zur Deutung der Lochstäbe, Höhle und Spaten, Volume 65, Number 2, pp. 11-14, 1965.
Die Grabungen in der Promenadensteighöhle (1961 — 1964), Die Höhle, Volume 21, pp. 117-126, 1970.
 A survey of prehistoric sites in the Tom Price region, northwestern Australiam, Archaeology and Physical Anthropology in Oceania, Volume 12, pp. 51-76, 1977.
The potential of rock patination analysis in Australian archaeology — part 1, The Artefact, Volume 4, pp. 14-38, 1979,
The potential of rock patination analysis in Australian archaeology — part 2, The Artefact, Volume 5, pp. 47-77, 1980.
The nature of psychograms, The Artefact, Volume 8, pp. 27-32, 1984.
Die Bedeutung der paläolithischen Fingerlinientradition, Anthropologie, Volume 23, pp. 73-79, 1984.
Parietal finger markings in Australia, Bolletino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici, Volume 22, pp. 83-88, 1985.
Parietal finger markings in Europe and Australia, Rock Art Research, Volume 3, Number 1, pp. 30-61, 1986.
Cave use by Australian Pleistocene man, Proceedings, University of Bristol Spaeleological Society, Volume 17, pp. 227-245, 1986.
Engramme und Phosphene, Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, Volume 112, Number 2, pp. 223-235, 1987.
On the Pleistocene settlement of South America, Antiquity, Volume 63, Number 238, pp. 101-111, 1989.
Perspectives of Koongine Cave and scientistic archaeology, Australian Archaeology, Number 29, pp. 9-16, 1989.
On neuropsychology and shamanism in rock art, Current Anthropology, Volume 31, Number 1, pp. 77-84, 1990.
On the cognitive development of hominids, Man and Environment, Volume 15, Number 2, pp. 1-7, 1990.
The cave petroglyphs of Australia, Australian Aboriginal Studies, Volume 1990, Number 2, pp. 64-68, 1990.
Epistemology in palaeoart studies, Origini, Volume 15, pp. 57-78, 1990-91.
Book review of M. W. Conkey and C. A. Hastorf (eds), ‘The uses of style in archaeology’, Book review of M. W. Conkey and C. A. Hastorf (eds), ‘The uses of style in archaeology’, Australian Archaeology, Number 32: 75-76, 1991.
On natural cave markings, Helictite, Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 27-41, 1991.
Rock art dating in China: past and future, The Artefact, Volume 14, pp. 25-33, 1991.
Palaeoart and archaeological myths, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, Volume 2, Number 1, pp. 27-43, 1992.
Palaeolithic art found in China, Nature, Volume 356, p. 116, 1992.
Early subterranean chert mining, The Artefact, Volume 15, pp. 11-24, 1992.
A new method to date petroglyphs, Archaeometry, Volume 34, Number 2, pp. 279-291, 1992.
The Paleolithic art of Asia, in S. Goldsmith, S. Garvie, D. Selin and J. Smith (eds), Ancient images, ancient thought: the archaeology of ideology, pp. 383-390. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, 1992.
On Lower Paleolithic cognitive development, in S. Goldsmith, S. Garvie, D. Selin and J. Smith (eds), Ancient images, ancient thought: the archaeology of ideology, pp. 427-435. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, 1992.
The stuff legends in archaeology are made of: a reply to critics, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 262-265, 1992.
Le cas des lions hermaphrodites, L’Anthropologie, Volume 96, Number 2-3, pp. 609-611, 1992.
Base pour des études de pointe des débuts de l’art, L’Anthropologie, Volume 96, Number 2-3, pp. 369-374, 1992.
Developments in rock art dating, Acta Archaeologica, Volume 63, pp. 141-155, 1992.
Mehr über die rote Farbe in Vorgeschichte, Almogaren, Volume 23, pp. 179-189, 1992.
Natural line markings on Palaeolithic objects, Anthropologie, Volume 30, Number 3, pp. 233-240, 1992.
European Palaeolithic art — typical or exceptional?, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, Volume 12, Number 1, pp. 1-8, 1993.
The calibrated dating of petroglyphs, The Artefact, Volume 16, pp. 32-38, 1993.
Shi jie shang zui gu lao de yan hua (The world’s oldest art), Mei Shu, Volume 8, Number 308, pp. 82-83, 1993.
Geoarchaeological dating of petroglyphs at Lake Onega, Russia, Geoarchaeology, Volume 8, Number 6, pp. 443-463, 1993.
About Palaeolithic ostrich eggshell in India, Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Bulletin, Volume 13, pp. 34-43, 1993.
Palaeolithic art in India, Man and Environment, Volume 18, Number 2, pp. 33-40, 1993.
Die Bilzingslebener Gravierungen im Lichte altpaläolithischer Beweise kognitiver Fähigkeit, Ethnographisch-Archäologische Zeitschrift, Volume 34, Number 4, pp. 549-553, 1993.
A taphonomy of palaeoart, Antiquity, Volume 68, Number 258, pp. 68-74, 1994.
A taphonomy of palaeoart, Antiquity, Volume 68, Number 258, pp. 68-74, 1994 (searchable version).
On the scientific study of palaeoart, Semiotica, Volume 100, Number 2/4, pp. 141-168, 1994.
Malangine and Koongine Caves, South Australia, The Artefact, Volume 17, pp. 43-60, 1994.
Comment on A. M. Byers: ‘Symboling and the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic transition: a theoretical and methodological critique’, Current Anthropology, Volume 35, p. 381, 1994.
Archaeology: empiricist determinism or cultural synthesis?, South African Archaeological Bulletin, Volume 49, Number 160, pp. 96-99, 1994.
The Pleistocene art of Asia, Journal of World Prehistory, Volume 8, Number 4, pp. 351-375, 1994.
Conceptual pitfalls in Palaeolithic rock art dating, Préhistoire Anthropologie Méditerranéennes, Volume 3, pp. 95-102, 1994.
The oldest art in the world, Espacio, Tiempo y Forma, Serie I, Volume 7, pp. 75-91, 1994.
Wall markings of the cave bear, Studies in Speleology, Volume 9, pp. 51-70, 1994.
Metamorphology: in lieu of uniformitarianism, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, Volume 14, Number 2, pp. 117-122, 1995.
Metamorphology: in lieu of uniformitarianism, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, Volume 14, Number 2, pp. 117-122, 1995 (searchable version).
Challenge posed by the Palaeolithic art of Asia (in Chinese), Yan Hua (Rock Art), Volume 1, pp. 17-21, 1995.
Concept-mediated marking in the Lower Palaeolithic, Current Anthropology, Volume 36, Number 4, pp. 605-634, 1995.
Refutation of stylistic constructs in Palaeolithic rock art, Comptes Rendus de L’Académie de Sciences Paris, Volume 321(série IIa), Number 9, pp. 817-821, 1995.
The Côa petroglyphs: an obituary to the stylistic dating of Palaeolithic rock art, Antiquity, Volume 69, pp. 877-883, 1995.
Contexte eurasien de l’art paléolithique chinois, L’Anthropologie, Volume 99, Number 2/3, pp. 459-466, 1995.
Rock art conservation in the upper Lena Basin, Siberia, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, Volume 1, Number 2, pp. 117-126, 1995.
Traces of cultural continuity in Middle and Upper Palaeolithic material evidence. Origini, Volume 18, pp. 47-67, 1995.
Untertag-Bergbau im Pleistozän, Quartär, Volume 45/46, pp. 161-175, 1995.
Logic in direct dating of rock art, Sahara, Volume 7, pp. 69-78, 1995.
Towards a better understanding of the origins of body decoration, Anthropologie, Volume 33, Number 3, pp. 201-211, 1995.
Palaeolithic love goddesses of feminism, Anthropos, Volume 91, Number 1, pp. 183-190, 1996.
Only time will tell: a review of the methodology of direct rock art datingArchaeometry, Volume 38, Number 1, pp. 1-13, 1996.
Mehr über die Datierung von FelsbildernMitteilungen der Anisa, Volume 17, Number 1, pp. 5-16, 1996.
Übersicht der Methodik direkter FelskunstdatierungAlmogaren, Volume 27, pp. 257-284, 1996.
The cupules on Chief’s Rock, Auditorium Cave, BhimbetkaThe Artefact, Volume 19, pp. 63-72, 1996.
Crisis in Palaeolithic art studiesAnthropologie, Volume  34, Number 1, pp. 123-130, 1996.
Crisis in Palaeolithic art studies, Anthropologie, Volume  34, Number 1, pp. 123-130, 1996 (searchable version).
Methods of direct dating of rock artSahara, Volume 8, pp. 43-52, 1996.
The initial peopling of Wallacea and Sahul, Anthropos, Volume 92, pp. 355-367, 1997.
Direct dating results from rock art: a global review, AURA Newsletter, Volume 14, Number 2, pp. 9-12, 1997.
Pleistocene stone pendant from Western AustraliaAustralian Archaeology, Number 45, pp. 32-34, 1997.
The origins of navigation and languageThe Artefact, Volume 20, pp. 16-56, 1997.
An engraved slate fragment from Walyunga, Western AustraliaRecords of the Western Australian Museum, Volume 18, Number 3, pp. 317-321, 1997.
The earliest evidence of ocean navigationThe International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 26, Number 3, pp. 183-191, 1997.
The global evidence of early human symboling behaviour, Human Evolution, Volume 12, Number 3, pp. 147-168, 1997.
The early rock art of Australia, Bollettino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici, Volume 30. pp. 57-64, 1997.
About ostrich eggshell beads, Acta Archaeologica, Volume 68, pp. 153-161, 1997.
Microerosion analysis of petroglyphs in Valtellina, Italy, Origini, Volume 21, pp. 7-22, 1997.
Über die Urkunst der WeltAlmogaren, Volume 28, pp. 21-49, 1998.
The first stirrings of creation, The UNESCO Courier, April 1998 issue, pp. 4-9, published in 32 languages, 1998.
The technology of petroglyphsRock Art Research, Volume 15, Number 1, pp. 23-35, 1998.
The ‘australopithecine’ cobble from Makapansgat, South AfricaSouth African Archaeological Bulletin, Volume 53, pp. 4-8, 1998.
Direct dating results from Australian cave petroglyphs, Geoarchaeology, Volume 13, Number 4, pp. 411-418, 1998.
Microscopic analysis of ‘engraved plaques’ and other objects from Devil’s LairJournal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, Volume 81, pp. 23-33, 1998.
Cosmogenic radiation nuclides in archaeology: a response to Phillips et al., Antiquity, Volume 72, pp. 811-815, 1998.
An experiment in Pleistocene seafaring, The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 27, Number 2, pp. 139-149, 1998.
The archaeological significance of beads and pendantsMan and Environment, Volume 23, Number 2, pp. 87-99, 1998.
Der Kiesel von Makapansgat. Früheste Urkunst der Welt?, Anthropos, Volume 94, pp. 199-204, 1999.
Maritime navigation in the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic, Comptes Rendus de l’Académie des Sciences Paris, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Volume 328, 559-563, 1999.
Nicht-paläolithische “paläolithische” Felskunst, Mitteilungen der Anisa, Volume 19, Number 1-2, pp. 7-16, 1999.
Nale Tasih 2: journey of a Middle Palaeolithic raft [with B. Hobman and P. Rogers] International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 26, Number 1, pp. 25-33, 1999.
Der Beginn der Seefahrt, Almogaren, Volume 30, pp. 13-34, 1999.
Sailing a Paleolithic raft, Institute of Nautical Archaeology Quarterly, Volume 26, Number 1, pp. 12-18, 1999.
Pleistocene seafaring in the Mediterranean, Anthropologie, Volume 37, Number 3, pp. 275-282, 1999.
The speleothem medium of finger flutings and its isotopic geochemistry, The Artefact, Volume 22, pp. 49-64, 1999.
Seefahrt im Pleistozän, Quartär, Volume 49/50, pp. 95-109, 1999.
Editorial: Boundaries, The Semiotic Review of Books, Volume 10, Number 1, pp. 1-2, 1999.
The implications of hominid seafaring capabilities, Acta Archaeologica, Volume 70, pp. 1-23, 1999.
Crossing the Timor Sea by Middle Palaeolithic raft, Anthropos, Volume 95, pp. 37-47, 2000.
Pleistocene Timor: some corrections, Australian Archaeology, Number 51, pp. 16-20, 2000.
The oldest known rock art in the world, Anthropologie, Volume 39, Numbers 2-3, pp. 89-97, 2001.
The origins of Pleistocene navigation in the Mediterranean: initial replicative experimentation, Journal of Iberian Archaeology, Volume 3, pp. 11-23, 2001.
The taphonomy of beeswax figuresRock Art Research, Volume 18, Number 2, pp. 91-95, 2001.
Beads and pendants of the Pleistocene, Anthropos, Volume 96, pp. 545-555, 2001.
Petroglyphs in Italian Alps dated, Acta Archaeologica, Volume 72, Number 2, pp. 109-114, 2001.
Replicating the first known sea travel by humans: the Lower Pleistocene crossing of Lombok Strait, Human Evolution, Volume 16, Numbers 3-4, pp. 229-242, 2001.
First dating of Pilbara petroglyphs, Records of the Western Australian Museum, Volume 20, pp. 414–429, 2002.
The maritime dispersal of Pleistocene humans, Migration and Diffusion, Volume 3, Number 10, pp. 6-33, 2002.
About the age of Pilbara rock art, Anthropos, Volume 97, Number 1, pp. 201–215, 2002.
The survival of Murujuga (Burrup) petroglyphs, Rock Art Research, Volume 19, Number 1, pp. 29-40, 2002.
The first mariners, The American Neptune, Volume 61, Number 3, pp. 317-324, 2002.
The dating of rock art: a critique, Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 29, Number 11, pp. 1213-1233, 2002.
The First Mariners Project, The Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, Volume 26, pp. 57-64, 2002.
The oldest surviving rock art: a taphonomic review, Origini, Volume 24, pp. 335-349, 2002.
Paläolithische Felskunst in Deutschland? Archäologische Informationen, Volume 25, Numbers 1-2, pp. 107-117, 2002.
The human ascent: a critical review, Anthropologie, Volume  40, Number 2, pp. 101-105, 2002.
The Saudi Arabian rock art mission of November 2001, Atlal, Volume 17, pp. 75-99, 2002.
‘Prehistoric’ ‘art’: a response to Bowyer, La Pintura, Volume 29, Number 3, p. 9, 2003.
Questions for Dr Zilhão, Rock Art Research, Volume 20, Number 1, pp. 63-67, 2003.
Seafaring in the Pleistocene, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, Volume 13, Number 1, pp. 41-66, 2003.
A figurine from the African Acheulian, Current Anthropology, Volume 44, Number 3, pp. 405-413, 2003.
The earliest evidence of palaeoart, Rock Art Research, Volume 20, Number 2, pp. 89-135, 2003.
A major change in archaeological paradigm, Anthropos, Volume 98, pp. 511-520, 2003.
First microerosion calibration curve for Iberia, ARKEOS – Perspectivas em Diálogo, Volume 14, pp. 73-90, 2003.
Arte aborigena Australiana la tutela negata, Archaeologia Viva, Volume 22, Number 98, pp. 82-86, 2003.
The Bilzingsleben engravings in the context of Lower Palaeolithic palaeoart, in H. Meller (ed.), Erkenntnisjäger: Kultur und Umwelt des frühen Menschen, pp. 43-49. Festschrift für Dietrich Mania, Landesamt für Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt, Halle (Saale), 2003.
Public archaeology and political dynamics in Portugal, Public Archaeology, Volume 3, Number 3, pp. 162-166, 2004.
Millennium: the state of Australian rock art research, in Ulf Bertilsson and Louise McDermott (eds), The future of rock art — a world review, pp. 50-59. Rapport från Riksantikvarieämbetet 2004:7, National Heritage Board of Sweden, Stockholm, 2004.
Interpretatsiya dannykh o proiskhozhdeii iskusstva, Arkheologiy, etnografiy i antropologiy Evraziy, Volume 20, Number 4, pp. 35-47, 2004.
Interpreting the evidence for art origins, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia, Volume 20, Number 4, pp. 35-47, 2004.
Africa and India: pre-Historic parallels, African Quarterly, Volume 44, Number 3, pp. 1–11, 2004.
Reply to João Zilhão, Public Archaeology, Volume 3, Number 4, pp. 240-244, 2004.
Scientific studies of Saudi Arabian rock artRock Art Research, Volume 22, Number 1, pp. 49-81, 2005.
Church Hole: a controversial site, International Newsletter on Rock Art, Number 42, pp. 19-21, 2005.
Middle Pleistocene beads and symbolism, Anthropos, Volume 100, Number 2, pp. 537-552, 2005.
Archaeology and science: a response to Huffman, The South African Archaeological Bulletin, Volume 60, Number 181, pp. 39-41, 2005.
Preliminary results of the EIP Project, Rock Art Research, Volume 22, Number 2, pp. 147-197, 2005.
Out of India? The world’s earliest rock art, Minerva, Volume 17, Number 1, pp. 31-32, 2006.
A global perspective of rock art protection, Coalition, Volume 11, pp. 2-5, 2006.
A unified theory for palaeoart studies, Rock Art Research, Volume 23, Number 1, pp. 85-88, 2006.
The Middle Palaeolithic engravings from Oldisleben, Germany, Anthropologie, Volume 44, Number 2, pp. 113-121, 2006.
The cave art of Mladeč Cave, Czech Republic, Rock Art Research, Volume 23, Number 2, pp. 207-216, 2006.
The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic origins of semiotics, in Alexander Yevglevsky (ed.), Structural and semiotic investigations in archaeology, pp. 89-106. Donetsk University Press, Donetsk, Ukraine, 2006.
Antiquity and authorship of the Chauvet rock art, Rock Art Research, Volume 24, Number 1, pp. 21-34, 2007.
Experimental crossing from Sumbawa to Komodo by bamboo raft, INA Quarterly, Volume 34, Number 2, pp. 13-17, 2007.
The Late Pleistocene cultural shift in Europe, Anthropos, Volume 102, Number 2, pp. 347-370, 2007.
Petroglyphs of Meenamatta, the Blue Tier mountains, TasmaniaRock Art Research, Volume 24, Number 2, pp. 161-170, 2007.
The science of Dampier rock art – part 1, Rock Art Research, Volume 24, Number 2, pp. 209-246, 2007.
Book review of S. Webb 2006, ‘The first boat people’, Australian Aboriginal Studies, Volume 2007, Number 2, pp. 179-181, 2007.
Cupules, Rock Art Research, Volume 25, Number 1, pp. 61-100, 2008.
Beads and cognitive evolution, Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture, Volume 1, Number 3, pp. 285-318, 2008.
Pedogenetic dating of loess strata, Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume  35, Number 12, pp. 3124-3129, 2008.
More on rock art removal, South African Archaeological Bulletin, Volume 63, Number 187, pp. 82-84, 2008.
The mythical Moderns, Journal of World Prehistory, Volume 21, Number 2), pp.85-102, 2008.
Children as Pleistocene artists, Rock Art Research, Volume 25, Number 2, pp. 173-182, 2008.
Die Kranichberger Petroglyphen bei Glocknitz, Niederösterreich, Almogaren, Volume 39, pp. 19-26, 2008.
The domestication of humans, Anthropologie, Volume 46, Number 1, pp. 1-17, 2008.
Zur Seefahrt im Paläolithikum, Ethnographisch-Archäologische Zeitschrift, Volume 49, Number 3, pp. 257-270, 2008.
The origins of symboling, Signs, Volume 2, pp. 82-113, 2008.
Reviewing the Flores Hobbit chronicles, Anthropos, Volume 104, Number 1, pp. 195-198, 2009.
Experimental colorimetric analysis of petroglyphs, Rock Art Research, Volume 26, Number 1, pp. 55-64, 2009.
The Dampier Rock Art Precinct, Western Australia, in L’art parietal: conservation mise en valeur communication, pp. 187–198. Edited by the Société des Amis du Musée National de Préhistoire et de la Recherche Archéologique (SAMRA), Lez Eyzies, France, 2009.
To be or not be Palaeolithic, that is the question, Rock Art Research, Volume 26, Number 2, pp. 165-177, 2009.
Fluvial erosion of inscriptions and petroglyphs at Siega Verde, Spain, Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 36, Number 10, pp. 2365–2373, 2009.
The rock art of southern Arabia reconsidered, Adumatu Journal, Volume 20, pp. 7-20, 2009.
Interpreting the evidence for art origins, Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia, special issue 2009, pp. 31-47, 2009.
The Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition revisited, in Marta Camps and Parth R. Chauhan (eds), Sourcebook of Paleolithic transitions: methods, theories, and interpretations, pp. 273-281. Springer, New York.
The global context of Lower Palaeolithic Indian palaeoart, Man and Environment, Volume 34, Number 2, pp. 1-16, 2009.
Pleistocene rock art in Australia, Anthropos, Volume 105, Number 1, pp. 3-12, 2010.
Australian rock art of the Pleistocene, Rock Art Research, Volume 27, Number 1, pp. 95-120, 2010.
Developments in petroglyph dating, Rock Art Research, Volume 27, Number 2, pp. 217-222,  2010.
Ethnographic analogy in rock art interpretation, Man in India, Volume 91, Number 2, pp. 223-234, 2011.
Palaeoart of the Lower Palaeolithic, In Lybov Ermolenko (ed.), Археология Южной Сибири. К 80-летию Я. А. Шера (Yakov Sher 80th Anniversary Volume), pp. 31-35. Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo, 2011.
The Dampier campaign, Rock Art Research, Volume 28, Number 1, pp. 27-34, 2011.
Evolutionary origins of brain disorders in Homo sapiens sapiens, Brain Research Journal, Volume 3, Number 2, pp. 113-139, 2011.
The origins of human modernity, Humanities, Volume 1, pp. 1-53, 2012.
Rendering humanities sustainable (editorial), Humanities, Volume 1, Number 1, pp. 64-71, 2011; doi:10.3390/h1010064; http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/1/1/64/
Genetic drift in recent human evolution? In Kevin V. Urbano (ed.), Advances in Genetics Research, Volume 6, pp. 109-160. Nova Press, New York, NY; 2011.
The use of weathering indices in rock art science, Rock Art Research, Volume 29, Number 1, pp. 59-84, 2012.
The distribution of Franco-Cantabrian rock art, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 24-25, 2012.
On a search for ancestral rock art in the south-eastern Kalahari, South Africa, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 94-95, 2012.
Pleistocene engravings from Wonderwerk Cave, South Africa, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 96-97, 2012.
Indian Pleistocene rock art in a global context, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 150-151, 2012.
Lower Palaeolithic petroglyphs and hammerstones obtained from the excavations at Daraki-Chattan Cave in India, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 152-153, 2012.
Typological context of the Lower Palaeolithic lithics from Daraki-Chattan Cave, India, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 154-155, 2012.
An overview of Asian palaeoart of the Pleistocene, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 162-163, 2012.
The nature of Australian Pleistocene rock art, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 184-185, 2012.
Dating and taphonomy of Pleistocene rock art, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 188-189, 2012.
The difficulties of determining the approximate antiquity of Lower Palaeolithic petroglyphs in India, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 202-203, 2012.
The relevance of forensic science in Pleistocene investigations, in J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 206-207, 2012.
An aetiology of hominin behaviour, HOMO — Journal of Comparative Human Biology, Volume 63, pp. 319-335, 2012; doi. 10.1016/j.jchb.2012.07.004
The nexus between neurodegeneration and advanced cognitive abilities, Anthropos, Volume 107, Number (2, pp. 511-527, 2012.
Traces of the ancients: ethnographic vestiges of Pleistocene ‘art’, Rock Art Research, Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 191–217, 2012.
On the neuroscience of rock art interpretation, On the neuroscience of rock art interpretation, Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture, Volume 6, Number 1, pp. 37–40, 2013.
The origins of modern human behaviour, in R. G. Bednarik (ed.), The psychology of human behaviour, pp. 1–58. Nova Press, New York, NY.
From human past to human future, Humanities , Volume 2, pp. 20–55, 2013.
Pleistocene palaeoart of Africa, Arts, Volume 2, pp. 6-34, 2013.
Brain disorder and rock art, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, Volume 23, Number 1, pp. 69-81, 2013.
Tracing the emergence of palaeoart in sub-Saharan Africa, Rock Art Research, Volume 30, Number, pp. 33-54, 2013.
Pleistocene palaeoart of Asia, Arts, Volume 2, pp. 46-76, 2013.
Myths about rock art, Journal of Literature and Art Studies, August 2013, Volume 3, Number 8, pp. 482-500, 2013.
Proboscidean petroglyphs in the USA, International Newsletter on Rock Art, Number 67, pp. 1-7, 2013.
History’s largest confrontation over rock art protection, International Newsletter on Rock Art, Number 67, pp. 15-19, 2013.
African Eve: hoax or hypothesis?, Advances in Anthropology, Volume 3, Number 4, pp. 216-228, 2013; doi: 10.4236/aa.2013.34031; http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=39900#.U5JvUnYUqqY
Cultural heritage management, ethics and rock art in Western Australia, Australian Aboriginal Studies, Volume 2013, Number 2, pp. 86-91, 2013.
Megafauna depictions in Australian rock art, Rock Art Research, Volume 30, Number 2, pp. 197-215, 2013.
Advances in surface luminescence dating: new data from selected monuments, Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry, Volume 13, Number 3, pp. 105-115, 2013.
Archaeological constructs of place in the Pleistocene?, Purakala, Volume 23, pp. 19-26, 2013.
Archaeology and rock art science, Almogaren, Volume 44-45, pp. 57-72, 2014-2014.
Pleistocene palaeoart of Australia, Arts, Volume 3, pp. 156-174, 2014.
Pleistocene palaeoart of the Americas, Arts, Volume 3, pp. 190-206, 2014.
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Data and interpretation in the Côa valley, Portugal, Rock Art Research, Volume 31, Number 1, pp. 107-110, 2014.
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The beginnings of maritime travel, Advances in Anthropology, Volume 4, Number 4, pp. 209-221, 2014.
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The significance of the earliest beads, Advances in Anthropology, Volume 5, pp. 51-66, 2015.
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Saudi Arabian rock art complexes inscribed on World Heritage List, AURA Newsletter, Volume 32, Number 1, pp. 1-3, 2015.
Dating rock art in Xinjiang Province, China, AURA Newsletter, Volume 32, Number 1, pp. 6-8, 2015.
Concerning a cupule sequence on the edge of the Kalahari desert in South Africa, Rock Art Research, Volume 32, Number 2, pp. 162-177, 2015.
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Forensic science of cupules, Rock Art Research, Volume 33, Number 1, pp. 49-64, 2016.
The aetiology of the Pennines rock groovesRock Art Research, Volume 33, Number 1, pp. 94-97, 2016.
Questions and answers about art and rock art, Expression, Volume 12(June 2016), pp. 8-10, 2016.
Forensic replication work with Australian cave art, in Robert G. Bednarik, Danae Fiore, Mara Basile, Giriraj Kumar and Tang Huisheng (eds), Paleoart and materiality: the scientific study of rock art, pp. 99-112. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Oxford, 2016.
Taphonomy of the early petroglyphs at Daraki-Chattan and in the region around it in the Chambal valley, Indiay, in Robert G. Bednarik, Danae Fiore, Mara Basile, Giriraj Kumar and Tang Huisheng (eds), Paleoart and materiality: the scientific study of rock art, pp. 161-169. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Oxford, 2016.
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Rock art and pareidolia, Rock Art Research, Volume 33, Number 2, pp. 167-181, 2016.
The science of cupules, Archaeometry, Volume 58, Number 6, pp. 899-911; doi: 10.1111/arcm.12216.
The Gondershausen petroglyphs reconsidered, International Newsletter on Rock Art, Number 76, pp. 23-27, 2016.
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The earliest logboats of China, International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 45, Number 2, pp. 441-466; doi: 10.1111/1095-9270.12186.
Mind and creativity of hominins, SemiotiX: A Global Information Magazine, February 2017.
Chauvet Cave rock art by ‘Neanderthals’, AURA Newsletter, Volume 34, Number 1, pp. 1-9, 2017.
Continuing the wild goose chase: a response to d’Errico and Stringer, AURA Newsletter, Volume 34, Number 1, pp. 9-12, 2017.
The 2014 microerosion dating project in China, Rock Art Research, Volume 34, Number 1, pp. 40-54, 2017.
Developing ICRAD, Rock Art Research, Volume 34, Number 1, pp. 113-116, 2017.
Equine petroglyphs in Europe, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, Volume 13C, pp. 222-228; doi: 10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.03.059.
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