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Morey, D.F. 1992. Size, Shape, and Development in the Evolution of the Domestic Dog. Journal of Archaeological Science 19:181-204.

Morey, D.F., Wiant, M.D. 1992. Early Holocene Domestic Dog Burials from the North American Midwest. Current Anthropology 33:224-229.

Morey, D.F. 1994. Canis Remains from Dust Cave. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 40:163-172.

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Morey, D.F. 2000. Review of: L.P. Case, The Dog: Its Behavior, Nutrition and Health (Iowa State University Press, 1999). The Quarterly Review of Biology 73(3):325-326.

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Morey, D.F. 2014. In search of Paleolithic Dogs: A Quest with Mixed Results. Journal of Archaeological Science 52: 300-307.

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