Stephan Carl N.
Stephan Carl N.
Associate Professor (D), Faculty of Medicine, School of Biomedical Sciences, HuCS-ID Lab, UQ
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Facial Soft Tissue Depths in Craniofacial Identification (Part I): An Analytical Review of the Published Adult Data*
CN Stephan, EK Simpson
Journal of forensic sciences 53 (6), 1257-1272, 2008
Facial Soft Tissue Thicknesses in Australian Adult Cadavers*
M Domaracki, CN Stephan
Journal of forensic sciences 51 (1), 5-10, 2006
Predicting nose projection and pronasale position in facial approximation: a test of published methods and proposal of new guidelines
CN Stephan, M Henneberg, W Sampson
American journal of physical anthropology 122 (3), 240-250, 2003
Building faces from dry skulls: are they recognized above chance rates?
CN Stephan, M Henneberg
Journal of Forensic Sciences 46 (3), 432-440, 2001
Facial approximation: An evaluation of mouth‐width determination
CN Stephan
American journal of physical anthropology 121 (1), 48-57, 2003
Does sexual dimorphism in facial soft tissue depths justify sex distinction in craniofacial identification?
CN Stephan, RM Norris, M Henneberg
Journal of Forensic Science 50 (3), 1-6, 2005
Facial approximation: globe projection guideline falsified by exophthalmometry literature
CN Stephan
Journal of Forensic Science 47 (4), 1-6, 2002
A standardized nomenclature for craniofacial and facial anthropometry
J Caple, CN Stephan
International journal of legal medicine 130 (3), 863-879, 2016
Anthropological facial ‘reconstruction’–recognizing the fallacies,‘unembracing’the errors, and realizing method limits
CN Stephan
Science and Justice 43 (4), 193-200, 2003
Predicting mouth width from inter-canine width-a 75% rule
C Stephan, M Henneberg
Journal of forensic sciences 48 (4), 725-727, 2003
The placement of the human eyeball and canthi in craniofacial identification
CN Stephan, PL Davidson
Journal of forensic sciences 53 (3), 612-619, 2008
Skeletal Identification by Radiographic Comparison: Blind Tests of a Morphoscopic Method Using Antemortem Chest Radiographs*,†,‡
CN Stephan, AP Winburn, AF Christensen, AJ Tyrrell
Journal of Forensic Sciences 56 (2), 320-332, 2011
Facial Soft Tissue Depths in Craniofacial Identification (Part II): An Analytical Review of the Published Sub‐Adult Data*
CN Stephan, EK Simpson
Journal of forensic sciences 53 (6), 1273-1279, 2008
Further Evidence on the Anatomical Placement of the Human Eyeball for Facial Approximation and Craniofacial Superimposition*
CN Stephan, AJR Huang, PL Davidson
Journal of forensic sciences 54 (2), 267-269, 2009
Craniofacial identification: techniques of facial approximation and craniofacial superimposition
CN Stephan
Handbook of forensic anthropology and archaeology 25, 304-321, 2009
Mouth width prediction in craniofacial identification: cadaver tests of four recent methods, including two techniques for edentulous skulls
CN Stephan, SJ Murphy
J Forensic Odontostomatol 27 (1), 2-7, 2008
Assessing facial approximation accuracy: how do resemblance ratings of disparate faces compare to recognition tests?
CN Stephan, RS Arthur
Forensic science international 159, S159-S163, 2006
Recognition by forensic facial approximation: case specific examples and empirical tests
CN Stephan, M Henneberg
Forensic science international 156 (2-3), 182-191, 2006
Position of superciliare in relation to the lateral iris: testing a suggested facial approximation guideline
CN Stephan
Forensic science international 130 (1), 29-33, 2002
Morphometric Comparison of Clavicle Outlines from 3D Bone Scans and 2D Chest Radiographs: A Shortlisting Tool to Assist Radiographic Identification of Human Skeletons
CN Stephan, B Amidan, H Trease, P Guyomarc'h, T Pulsipher, JE Byrd
Journal of forensic sciences 59 (2), 306-313, 2014
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