- IPPInternship Presentation and Planning
- REEResearch in Ecology and Evolution
- CAREER: Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics: What Are the Causal Links Between Population Density, Natural Selection and Phenotypic Change?
Principal Investigator (PI)
- Maternal Effects as a Bridge Between Parental Environment and Offspring Phenotype During Range Expansion
Principal Investigator (PI)
- Eggs With Attitude: The Behavior of Bluebirds
- Brain structural trade-offs and personality traits: An MRI study in zebra finches
- Dynamic changes in begging signal short-term information on hunger and need
- Nest predation risk and deposition of yolk steroids in a cavity-nesting songbird: an experimental test
- A neuroendocrine perspective on the origin and evolution of cooperative breeding
- Maternally derived hormones, neurosteroids and the development of behaviour
- The Special Case of Behavioral Plasticity?
- Linking ecological specialization to its macroevolutionary consequences: An example with passerine nest type
- Catastrophes and calms
- Multiple environmental stressors induce an adaptive maternal effect
- Biological dynamics and evolutionary causation
- Social Context Influences Expression of Aggression in the Zebra Finch
- Scrutinizing assortative mating in birds
- On the origins of adaptive behavioral complexity: developmental channeling of structural trade-offs
- Reconciling the tension between behavioral change and stability
- Environmental mismatch results in emergence of cooperative behavior in a passerine bird
- Hybridization associated with cycles of ecological succession in a passerine bird
- Switch to a novel breeding resource influences coexistence of two passerine birds
- Age-specific mortality and avian life history evolution: a role for hormone-mediated maternal effects?
- Kin aggression and resource availability influence phenotype-dependent dispersal in a passerine bird
- Eco-evolutionary dynamics: investigating multiple causal pathways linking changes in behavior, population density and natural selection
- Cycles of species replacement emerge from locally induced maternal effects on offspring behavior in a passerine bird
- Stepfanie M. Aguillon & Renée
- Neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying behavioral stability: implications for the evolutionary origin of personality
- Ecological and evolutionary feedbacks in evolution of aggression.
- Avian urban ecology
- Human-induced changes in the dynamics of species coexistence: an example with two sister species
- Epigenetic inheritance systems act as a bridge between ecological and evolutionary timescales
- Human-induced changes in the dynamics of species coexistence : an example with two sister species
- Evolution of genetically integrated dispersal strategies
- Toward an integrated concept of the phenotype
- Evolution of personality: developmental constraints on behavioral flexibility
- Ned K. Johnson Young Investigator Award, 2009
- Maternal effects and range expansion: A key factor in a dynamic process?
- The role of behavior in evolution: A search for mechanism
- Evolution of genetic integration between dispersal and colonization ability in a bird
- Evolution of sex‐biased maternal effects in birds. IV. Intra‐ovarian growth dynamics can link sex determination and sex‐specific acquisition of resources
- Coupling of dispersal and aggression facilitates the rapid range expansion of a passerine bird
- Proximate mechanisms of behavioural inflexibility: implications for the evolution of personality traits
- Evolutionary Ecology of Avian Behavior: From Individual Variability to Geographical Range Shifts
- Evolution of avian personalities: Adaptive variation or hormonal constraint?
- Aggressive behaviour affects selection on morphology by influencing settlement patterns in a passerine bird.
- Evolution of plasticity in hormonally integrated parental tactics: an example with the house finch
- Adaptive sex differences in growth of pre-ovulation oocytes in a passerine bird
- Behavioral correlations across breeding contexts provide a mechanism for a cost of aggression
- First Case of Mycoplasma Gallisepticum Infection in the Western Range of The House Finch (Carpodacus Mexicanus)
- Elaborately ornamented males avoid costly parental care in the house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus): a proximate perspective
- Context‐dependent sexual advertisement: plasticity in development of sexual ornamentation throughout the lifetime of a passerine bird
- Adaptive dispersal strategies and the dynamics of a range expansion
- Sex-biased hatching order and adaptive population divergence in a passerine bird
- A condition dependent link between testosterone and disease resistance in the house finch
- Maintenance of a captive flock of house finches free of infection by Mycoplasma gallisepticum
- Evolution of sex-biased maternal effects in birds. IV. Intra-ovarian growth dynamics can link sex determination and sex-specific acquisition of resources
- Testosterone, condition, and disease in the house finch: implications for sexual selection
- The effect of testosterone manipulation on parasite resistance in the house finch.