In 2008 I published a paper The utility of carpals for sex assessment: A preliminary study, in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology – you can read the text here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajpa.20738/full
I had very much forgotten about it until an Academia email popped through and I found a few more papers had used my carpal measurements for their own studies. Super proud that the measurements are still in use and the paper is still relevant!
These are the other papers if you fancy a read!
Sex-Related Shape Dimorphism in the Human Radiocarpal and Midcarpal Joints by Authors Tracy L. Kivell, Isabelle Guimont, Christine E. Wall
The Efficacy of Carpal Bones in Sex Estimation of American Whites by Ashleigh Watson
Sex determination from carpal bone volumes: A Multi Detector Computed Tomography (MDCT) study in a Malaysian population Aishath Leela M Didi, Raja Rizal Azman, Mohammad Nazri
SEX DISCRIMINATION FROM CARPALS IN AN AMERICAN WHITE SAMPLE by Kathryn R. Taylor, B.A