New Research Publications


  1. Caple J, StepCaple J, Stephan C, Gregory L, MacGregor D. Effect of head position on facial soft tissue depth measurements obtained using computed tomography. Journal of Forensic Sciences 2016;61(1):147-52.

  2. Drgáčová A, Dupej J, Velemínská J. Facial soft tissue thicknesses in the present Czech population. Forensic Science International 2016;260:106.e1-.e17.

  3. Gordon GM, Steyn M. An investigation into the accuracy and reliability of skull-photo superimposition in a South African sample. Forensic Science International [Article] 2012 Mar;216(1-3):198.e1-.e6.

  4. Stephan CN, Claes P. Craniofacial identification: techniques of facial approximation and craniofacial superimposition. In: Blau S, Ubelaker DH, editors. Handbook of Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology. 2nd ed. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press; 2016;402-15.

  5. Stephan CN, Guyomarc'h P. Facial soft tissue depth measurement: validation of the 75-Shormax. Journal of Forensic Sciences 2016;61(5):1327-30.

  6. Stephan CN, Priesler R, Bulut O, Bennett MB. Turning the tables of sex distinction in craniofacial identification: why females possess thicker facial soft tissues than males, not vice versa. Am J Phys Anthropol 2016;161:283-95.

  7. Wang J, Zhao X, Mi C, Raza I. The study on facial soft tissue thickness using Han population in Xinjiang. Forensic Science International 2016;266:585.e1-.e5.

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