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SHEA, J. J., K. S. BROWN, and Z. J. DAVIS, "Controlled Experiments with Middle Paleolithic Spear Points: Levallois Points", Experimental archaeology, replicating past objects, behaviors and processes, vol. 1035, Oxford, BAR International Series, pp. 55-72, 2002.
SHEA, J. J., "On The Deceptive Simplicity of Lower Paleolithic Tools", Primitive Technology II, Ancestral skills, from the Society of Primitive Technology, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 213-214, 2001.
SHEA, J. J., Z. DAVIS, and K. BROWN, "Experimental tests of Middle Palaeolithic spear points using a calibrated crossbow", Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 28: Elsevier, pp. 807-816, 2001.
DAVIS, Z. J., and J. J. SHEA, "Quantifying lithic curation: An experimental test of DIBBLE and PELCIN's original flake-tool mass predictor", Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 25, London a.o., Elseviers, pp. 603-610, 1998.
SHEA, J. J., and D. KLENCK, "An experimental investigation of the effects of trampling on the results of lithic microwear analysis", Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 20, London a.o., Elseviers, pp. 175-194, 1993.
SHEA, J. J., "On accuracy and relevance in lithic use-wear analysis", Newsletter of Lithic Technology, vol. 16, issue 2-3, San Antonio, University of Texas - Center for Archaeological Research, pp. 44-50, 1987.