Journal of Physiological Anthropology

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Physiological Anthropology is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Plasmodium—a brief introduction to the parasites causing human malaria and their basic biology148
Malaria elimination in Malaysia and the rising threat of Plasmodium knowlesi56
Pulse rate variability: a new biomarker, not a surrogate for heart rate variability52
Implications of human activities for (re)emerging infectious diseases, including COVID-1942
Development of the circadian system in early life: maternal and environmental factors33
Assessment of autonomic function by long-term heart rate variability: beyond the classical framework of LF and HF measurements26
The determinants of survival among adults with cystic fibrosis—a cohort study20
Risk factors of asthma in the Asian population: a systematic review and meta-analysis19
Standard reference values of weight and maximum pressure distribution in healthy adults aged 18–65 years in Germany16
Is the use of high correlated color temperature light at night related to delay of sleep timing in university students? A cross-country study in Japan and China14
A review of Japanese-style bathing: its demerits and merits14
Epidemiology of the association between serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels and musculoskeletal conditions among elderly individuals: a literature review14
Body mass index and waist-to-hip ratio misclassification of overweight and obesity in Chinese military personnel13
Oxytocin receptor gene polymorphism (rs53576) and digit ratio associates with aggression: comparison in seven ethnic groups12
Brown adipose tissue thermogenesis among a small sample of reindeer herders from sub-Arctic Finland11
Cardiorespiratory fitness is strongly linked to metabolic syndrome among physical fitness components: a retrospective cross-sectional study11
Functional dissociation of hippocampal subregions corresponding to memory types and stages11
Reimagining zoonotic malaria control in communities exposed to Plasmodium knowlesi infection11
Aging, frailty, and design of built environments10
High prevalence of rheumatoid arthritis and its risk factors among Tibetan highlanders living in Tsarang, Mustang district of Nepal10
How humans adapt to hot climates learned from the recent research on tropical indigenes10
Association of miR-34a and miR-143 levels with PPARγ gene expression in adipose tissues of non-diabetic adults9
Spatial navigation ability is associated with the assessment of smoothness of driving during changing lanes in older drivers9
NOD-like receptors mediate inflammatory lung injury during plateau hypoxia exposure9
The associations of eating behavior and dietary intake with metabolic syndrome in Japanese: Saku cohort baseline study8
Bergmann’s rule is a “just-so” story of human body size8
Review on age-related differences in non-visual effects of light: melatonin suppression, circadian phase shift and pupillary light reflex in children to older adults8
Postural influence on intracranial fluid dynamics: an overview7
Ambient-task combined lighting to regulate autonomic and psychomotor arousal levels without compromising subjective comfort to lighting7
Association of age-related decrease in intracellular-to-total water ratio with that in explosive strength of the plantar flexors: a cross-sectional study7
An anthropogenic model of cardiovascular system adaptation to the Earth’s gravity as the conceptual basis of pathological anthropology7
Individual variations and sex differences in hemodynamics with percutaneous arterial oxygen saturation (SpO2) in young Andean highlanders in Bolivia6
Correction to: Plasmodium—a brief introduction to the parasites causing human malaria and their basic biology6
Effects of beta-conglycinin intake on circulating FGF21 levels and brown adipose tissue activity in Japanese young men: a single intake study and a randomized controlled trial6
Facial and body sexual dimorphism are not interconnected in the Maasai6
Effects of alternating heat and cold stimulation using a wearable thermo-device on subjective and objective shoulder stiffness6
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