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Snively E., O'Brien H., Henderson D.M., Mallison H., Surring L.A., Burns M.E., Holtz T.R. Jr., Russell A.P., Witmer L.M., Currie P.J., Hartman S.A., and Cotton J.R. 2019. Lower rotational inertia and larger leg muscles indicate more rapid turns in tyrannosaurids than in other large theropods. PeerJ 7: e6432
Snively E., Russell A.P., Powell G.L., Theodor J.M., and Ryan M.J. 2014. The role of the neck in the feeding behaviour of the Tyrannosauridae: inference based on kinematics and muscle function of extant avians. Journal of Zoology 292: 290-303.
Snively E., Cotton J.R., Ridgely R.C., and Witmer L.M. 2013. Multibody dynamics of head and neck function in Allosaurus (Dinosauria, Theropoda. Palaeontologia Electronica 16, 11A, 29 p. http://palaeo-electronica.org/content/2013/389-allosaurus-feeding
Snively E. and Theodor J.M. 2011. Common functional correlates of head strike behavior in the pachycephalosaur Stegoceras validum (Ornithischia, Dinosauria) and combative artiodactyls. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21422.
Snively E., Cotton J.R., Witmer L.M., Ridgely R.C., and Theodor J.M. 2011. Finite element comparison of cranial sinus function in the dinosaur Majungasaurus and head-clubbing giraffes. Proceedings of the ASME 2011 Summer Bioengineering Conference. 2 pp. Peer reviewed.
Snively E. and Cox A. 2008. Structural mechanics of pachycephalosaur crania permitted head-butting behavior.Palaeontologica Electronica Vol. 11, Issue 1; 3A:17p; http://palaeo-electronica.org/2008_1/140/index.html
Snively E. and Russell A.P. 2007b. Functional variation of neck muscles and their relation to feeding style in Tyrannosauridae and other large theropods. The Anatomical Record 290: 934-957. Cover article.
Snively E. and Russell A.P. 2007c. Functional morphology of neck musculature in the Tyrannosauridae (Dinosauria, Theropoda) as determined via a hierarchical inferential approach. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 151: 759-808.
Snively E., Henderson D.M., and Phillips D.S. 2006. Fused and vaulted nasals of tyrannosaurid dinosaurs: Implications for cranial strength and feeding mechanics. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 51: 435-454.
Snively E., Russell A.P., and Powell G.L. 2004. Evolutionary morphology of the coelurosaurian arctometatarsus: descriptive, morphometric, and phylogenetic approaches. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 142: 525-553.
Snively E., O'Brien H., Henderson D.M., Mallison H., Surring L.A., Burns M.E., Holtz T.R. Jr., Russell A.P., Witmer L.M., Currie P.J., Hartman S.A., and Cotton J.R. 2019. Lower rotational inertia and larger leg muscles indicate more rapid turns in tyrannosaurids than in other large theropods. PeerJ 7: e6432.