Peer-Reviewed Publications, Books & Book Chapters
(145) Gresham JD & Earley RL (202x). Variation in self-compatibility among genotypes and across ontogeny in a self-fertilizing vertebrate. Submitted, Evolutionary Biology.
(144) Snead AA, Marson K & Earley RL (202x). Disentangling the impact of biotic and abiotic variables on species abundance in the intertidal. Submitted, Ecology.
(143) Atkinson AW, Strickland DL, Banh J, Ore M, Earley RL & Kolluru G (202x). Androgens and cortisol mediate intersexual interactions in the livebearing fish, Girardinus metallicus. Submitted, Journal of Experimental Zoology A - Ecological & Integrative Physiology.
(142) Engler HI, Assis BA, Avery JD, Earley RL, Rosier RL, Owen DAS & Langkilde T (202x). Morphological and physiological correlates of a sexually-dimorphic scale in Eastern fence lizards (Sceloporus undulatus). Submitted, Herpetologica
(141) Kolluru GR, Akky Y, Weissman A, Poore H, Weiner D & Earley RL (202x). Correlated suites of behaviors and the importance of a melanin-based signal of aggression in females of a livebearing fish. Submitted, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.
(140) Li CY, Kūltz D, Ward A & Earley RL (202x). Winning and losing experiences exert independent effects on learning abilities controlled by distinct brain nuclei. Submitted, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B. Also, check out the BioRxiv submission.
(139) Gresham JD & Earley RL (202x). Outbreeding depression as a selective force on mixed mating in the mangrove rivulus fish, Kryptolebias marmoratus. Soon to be submitted somewhere! Until then, check out the BioRxiv submission.
(138) Gresham JD & Earley RL (202x). Male mate choice unresolved in the mangrove rivulus. Soon to be submitted somewhere! Until then, check out the BioRxiv submission.
(137) Robinson AT & Earley RL (202x). Transitive inference: have we come up short? Submitted, Animal Cognition.
(136) Norden CM, Reding A, Mathiron AGE, Goubault M & Earley RL (202x). The effects of body size on aggressive interactions between female parasitoid wasps, Eupelmus vuiletti. Submitted, Ethology.
(135) Robertson CM, Giakas JA, Styga JM, Fortunato JA & Earley RL (202x). Phenotypic and genetic correlations between life history traits in a self-fertilizing hermaphroditic fish. Submitted, Evolutionary Ecology.
(134) Johnson EL, Sisti AR, Murali S, Li CY & Earley RL (202x). Compound- and route-specific phenotypic effects of estrogenic endocrine disruptors. Submitted, Fish Physiology & Biochemistry.
(133) Johnson EL, Houslay TM, Wilson AJ, Scarsella GE, Buckley CM & Earley RL (202x). Endocrine disruptors restructure behavioral (co)variance: implications for behavioral evolution. Submitted, General & Comparative Endocrinology.
(132) Neely WJ, Martins RA, Mendonça da Silva CM, Ferreira da Sliva T, Fleck LE, Whetstone RD, Woodhams DC, Cook WH, Prist PR, Valiati VH, Greenspan SE, Tozetti AM, Earley RL & Becker CG (2023). Linking microbiome function and stress hormone responses in wild tropical treefrogs across continuous and fragmented forests. Accepted, Communications Biology.
(131) Benincasa M, Earley RL & Hamilton I (2023). Cumulative experience influences contest investment in a social fish. Behavioral Ecology 34: 1076–1086.
(130) Fortunato JA & Earley RL (2023). Age-dependent genetic variation in aggression. Biology Letters 19: 20220456.
(129) Assis BA, Avery JD, Earley RL & Langkilde T (2022). Masculinized sexual ornaments in female lizards correlate with ornament-enhancing thermoregulatory behavior. Integrative Organismal Biology 4: obac029.
(128) Assis BA, Avery JD, Earley RL & Langkilde T (2022). Fitness costs of maternal ornaments and prenatal corticosterone manifest as reduced offspring survival and sexual ornament expression. Frontiers in Endocrinology 13: 801834.
(127) Houslay TM, Earley RL, White SJ, Lammers W, Grimmer AJ, Travers LM, Johnson EL, Young AJ & Wilson AJ (2022). Genetic integration of behavioural and endocrine components of the stress response. eLife 11: e67126.
(126) Snead AA & Earley RL (2022). Predicting the in-between: present and future habitat suitability of an intertidal euryhaline fish. Ecological Informatics 68: 101523.
(125) Assis B, Avery J, Tylan C, Engler H, Earley RL & Langkilde T (2021) Honest signals and sexual conflict: female lizards carry undesirable indicators of quality. Ecology & Evolution 11: 7647-7659.
(124) Tatarenkov A, Earley RL, Taylor DS, Davis WP & Avise JC (2021). Extensive hybridization and past introgression between divergent lineages in a quasi-clonal hermaphroditic fish: ramifications for species concepts and taxonomy. Journal of Evolutionary Biology (Special Issue: Speciation in Marine Environments) 34: 49-59.
(123) Harrison NA, Earley RL & Salekin R (2021). Reconsidering the role of sex hormones in psychopathy development: estrogen and psychopathy among male justice-involved youth. Psychophysiology 58: e13694.
(122) Davidson J, Summerfelt S, Espmark AMO, Mota V, Marancik D, Earley RL, Snead A, Good C (2021). Effects of ozone on post-smolt Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) performance, health, and maturation in freshwater recirculation aquaculture systems. Aquaculture 533: 736208.
(121) Stone T, Earley RL, Burnash S & Wingo J (2021). Menstrual cycle effects on cardiovascular drift and oxygen uptake during heat stress. European Journal of Applied Physiology 121: 561-572.
(120) Crump A, Bethell E, Earley RL, Lee V, Mendl M, Oldham L, Turner S & Arnott G (2020) Emotion in animal contests. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 287: 20201715
(119) Earley RL, Anderson CT, Moscicki MK, Norton BB, Brown AC & Clotfelter ED (2020). Carotenoid availability and trade-offs in female convict cichlids, a reverse sexually-dichromatic fish. Environmental Biology of Fishes 103: 1541-1552.
(118) Mathiron AGE, Dixneuf C, Mondy N, Lecrureuil C, Earley RL & Goubault M (2020). Ecdysteroids affect female reproductive status and outcome of contests over hosts in the parasitoid wasp Eupelmus vuilleti. Hormones & Behavior 125: 104819.
(117) Carion A, Markey A, Hétru J, Carpentier C, Suarez-Ulloa V, Denoël M, Earley RL & Silvestre F (2020). Behavior and gene expression in the brain of adult self-fertilizing mangrove rivulus fish (Kryptolebias marmoratus) after early life exposure to the neurotoxin beta-N-methylamino-L-alanine (BMAA). NeuroToxicology 79: 110-121.
(116) McCain SC, Kopelic S, Houslay TM, Wilson AJ, Lu H & Earley RL (2020). Choice consequences: salinity preferences and hatchling survival in the mangrove rivulus fish, Kryptolebias marmoratus. Journal of Experimental Biology 223: jeb219196.
(115) Gresham JD, Marson KM, Tatarenkov A & Earley RL (2020). Sex change as a survival strategy. Evolutionary Ecology 34: 27-40.
(114) Flatt AA, Esco MR, Allen JR, Robinson JB, Bragg A, Keith CM, Fedewa MV & Earley RL (2020). Cardiac-autonomic responses to in-season training among Division-1 college football players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 34: 1649-1656.
(113) Turko AJ, Doherty JE, Yin-Liao I, Levesque K, Kruth P, Holden JM, Earley RL & Wright PA (2019). Prolonged survival out of water is linked to a slow pace of life in a selfing amphibious fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 222: jeb209270.
(112) Styga JM, Pienaar J, Scott PA & Earley RL (2019). Does body shape in Fundulus adapt to variation in habitat salinity? Frontiers in Physiology (Aquatic Physiology) 10: 1400.
(111) Goubault M, Exbrayat M & Earley RL (2019). Fixed or flexible? Winner/loser effects vary with habitat quality in a parasitoid wasp. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73: 74.
(110) Snarr RL, Tolusso DV, Von Hallmark A, Earley RL, Higginbotham JC, Fedewa MV, Bishop P & Esco MR (2019). Comparison of lactate and electromyographical thresholds after an exercise bout. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 33: 3322-3331.
(109) Styga JM, Houslay TM, Wilson AJ & Earley RL (2019). Development of G: a test in an amphibious fish. Heredity 122: 696–708.
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(108) Ligocki IY, Earley RL & Hamilton IM (2019). How individual and relative size affect participation in territorial defense and cortisol levels in a social fish. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology 331: 217-226.
(107) Mathiron A, Earley RL & Goubault M (2019). Juvenile hormone manipulation affects female reproductive status and aggressiveness in a non-social parasitoid wasp. General and Comparative Endocrinology 274:80-86.
(106) Marson KM, Taylor DS & Earley RL (2019). Cryptic male phenotypes in the mangrove rivulus fish, Kryptolebias marmoratus. The Biological Bulletin 236: 13-28.
(105) Fellous A, Earley RL & Silvestre F (2019). Identification and expression of mangrove rivulus (Kryptolebias marmoratus) histone deacetylase (Hdac) and lysine acetyltransferase (Kat) genes. Gene 691: 56-69.
(104) Fellous A, Earley RL & Silvestre F (2019). The Kdm/Kmt gene families in self-fertilizing mangrove rivulus fish, Kryptolebias marmoratus, suggest involvement of histone methylation machinery in development and reproduction. Gene 687: 173-187.
(103) Houslay TM, Earley RL, Young AJ & Wilson AJ (2019). Habituation and individual variation in the endocrine stress response in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata). General and Comparative Endocrinology 270: 113-122.
(102) Li CY, Hofmann H, Harris M & Earley RL (2018). Real or fake? Natural and artificial social stimuli elicit divergent behavioral and neural responses in the mangrove rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 285: 20181610
(101) Li CY, Jones R & Earley RL (2018). Contest decisions are governed by own size and opponent size category in mangrove rivulus fish, Kryptolebias marmoratus. Animal Behaviour 146: 97-103.
(100) James WR, Styga JM, White S, Marson KM & Earley RL (2018). Phenotypically plastic responses to predation threat in the mangrove rivulus fish (Kryptolebias marmoratus): behavior and morphology. Evolutionary Ecology 32:453–468.
(99) Graham M, Earley RL, Baker J & Foster S (2018). Evolution of steroid hormones in reproductive females of the threespine stickleback. General & Comparative Endocrinology 268: 71-79.
(98) Tatarenkov A, Earley RL, Taylor DS, Davis WP & Avise JC (2018). Natural hybridization between divergent lineages in a selfing hermaphroditic fish. Biology Letters 14: 20180118.
(97) Fellous A, Labed-Veydert T, Voisin AS, Locrel M, Earley RL & Silvestre F (2018). Global DNA methylation patterns provide insight into epigenetic regulation in the self-fertilizing mangrove rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus. Ecology and Evolution 8: 6016-6033.
(96) Turko AJ, Tatarenkov A, Currie S, Earley RL, Platek A, Taylor DS & Wright PA (2018). Emersion behaviour underlies variation in gill morphology and aquatic respiratory function in the amphibious fish Kryptolebias marmoratus. Journal of Experimental Biology 221: jeb168039.
(95) Styga JM, Houslay TM, Wilson AJ & Earley RL (2018). Ontogeny of the morphology-performance axis in an amphibious fish (Kryptolebias marmoratus). Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology 327: 620-634.
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(94) Li CY, Huang SP, Garcia M, Fuller A, Hsu Y & Earley RL (2018). Sexual phenotype drives variation in endocrine responses to social challenge in a quasi-clonal animal. Royal Society Open Science 5: 180002.
(93) Chouinard-Thuly L, Reddon AR, Leris I, Earley RL & Reader SM (2018). Developmental plasticity of the stress response in female but not male guppies. Royal Society Open Science 5: 172268.
(92) Kim D, Chavera C, Gabor C & Earley RL (2018). Individual variation in reactive scope for females of a livebearing fish, Poecilia latipinna, at different gestational stages. General & Comparative Endocrinology 261: 51-58.
(91) Scarsella GE, Gresham JD & Earley RL (2018). Relationships between external sexually dimorphic characteristics and internal gonadal morphology in a sex changing fish. Journal of Zoology 305: 133-140.
(90) Lins L, Trojan S, Sockell A, Yee MC, Tatarenkov A, Bustamante C, Earley RL, Kelley J (2018). Whole-genome sequencing reveals heterozygosity in a preferentially self-fertilizing hermaphroditic vertebrate. Genome (Special Issue on Ecological Genomics) 61: 241-247.
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(89) Li CY, Curtis C & Earley RL (2018). Nonreversing mirrors elicit behaviour that more accurately predicts performance against live opponents. Animal Behaviour 137:95-105. Media Coverage by Science Trends.
(88) Flatt AA, Esco MR, Allen JR, Robinson JB, Earley RL, Fedewa MV, Bragg A, Keith CM & Wingo JE (2018). Heart rate variability and training load among NCAA Division-1 college football players throughout spring camp. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 32: 3127–3134.
(87) Tatarenkov A, Lima SMQ, Earley RL, Berbel-Filho WM, Vermeulen F, Taylor DS, Marson K, Turner BJ & Avise J (2017). Deep and concordant subdivisions in the self-fertilizing mangrove killifishes (Kryptolebias) revealed by nuclear and mtDNA markers. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 122: 558-578.
(86) Good C, Davidson J, Earley RL, Styga J & Summerfelt S (2017). The effects of ozonation on select waterborne steroid hormones in recirculation aquaculture systems containing sexually mature Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Aquacultural Engineering 79: 9-16.
(85) Lomax JL, Carlson RE, Wells JW, Crawford PM & Earley RL (2017). Factors affecting egg production in the selfing mangrove rivulus (Kryptolebias marmoratus). Zoology 122: 38-45.
(84) Clotfelter ED, Johnson EM, Anderson C & Earley RL (2017). Evidence for male alternative reproductive tactics in convict cichlids (Amatitlania siquia) in Lake Xiloa, Nicaragua. Environmental Biology of Fishes 100: 655-662.
(83) Hall E, Brady S, Mattheus N, Earley RL, Diamond M & Crespi E (2017). Physiological consequences of exposure to salinized roadside ponds on wood frog larvae and adults. Biological Conservation 209: 98-106.
(82) Martin LB, Ahn A, Earley RL, Ghalambor CK & Woods AH (2016). Editorial for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Integrative & Comparative Biology 56: 755-757.
(81) Voisin A-S, Fellous A, Earley RL & Silvestre F (2016). Delayed impacts of developmental exposure to 17-alpha-ethinylestradiol in the
self-fertilizing fish Kryptolebias marmoratus. Aquatic Toxicology 180: 247-257.
(80) Kelley JL, Yee M-C, Brown AP, Richardson RR, Tatarenkov A, Lee CC, Harkins TT, Bustamante CD & Earley RL (2016). The genome of the
self-fertilizing mangrove rivulus fish, Kryptolebias marmoratus: a model for studying phenotypic plasticity and adaptations to extreme environments. Genome Biology & Evolution 8: 2145-2154.
(79) Weinersmith KL & Earley RL (2016). Better with your parasites? Lessons from evolved dependence and conditionally helpful parasites for behavioural ecology. Animal Behaviour 118: 123-133.
(78) Scarsella G, Duque K, Wong S, Sivaraman B & Earley RL (2016). Hormonal responses to non-contact aggression in convict cichlid fish. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology 325: 219-230.
(77) Anderson C, Jones R, Moscicki M, Clotfelter E & Earley RL (2016). Seeing orange: breeding convict cichlids exhibit heightened aggression against more colorful intruders. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70: 647-657.
(76) Garcia MJ, Ferro JM, Mattox T, Kopelic S, Marson K, Jones R, Svendsen JC & Earley RL (2016). Phenotypic differences between the sexes in the sexually plastic mangrove rivulus fish (Kryptolebias marmoratus). Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 988-997.
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(75) Weinersmith KL, Hanninen AF, Sih A, McElreath R & Earley RL (2016). The relationship between handling time and cortisol release rates changes as a function of brain parasite densities in California killifish. Journal of Fish Biology 88: 1125-1142.
(74) Johnson EL, Weinersmith KL & Earley RL (2016). Changes in reproductive physiology of mangrove rivulus Kryptolebias marmoratus following exposure to environmentally relevant doses of ethinyl oestradiol. Journal of Fish Biology 88: 774-786.
(73) Foster SA, Wund MA, Graham ME, Earley RL & Baker JA (2015). Iterative development and the scope for plasticity: insights from an adaptive radiation. Heredity 115, 335–348.
(72) Ligocki IY, Earley RL, Hellmann JK & Hamilton IM (2015). Variation in glucocorticoid levels in relation to direct and third-party interactions in a social fish. Physiology & Behavior 151: 386-394.
(71) Garcia MJ, Williams J, Sinderman B & Earley RL (2015). Ready for a fight? The physiological effects of detecting an opponent’s pheromone cues prior to a contest. Physiology & Behavior 149: 1-7.
(70) Tatarenkov A, Earley RL, Perlman BM, Taylor DS, Turner BJ & Avise JC (2015). Genetic subdivision and variation in selfing rates among Central American populations of the mangrove rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus. Journal of Heredity 106: 276-284.
(69) Wofford SJ, Earley RL & Moore PA (2015). Evidence for assessment disappears in mixed sex contests of the crayfish, Orconectes virilis. Behaviour 152: 995-1018.
(68) Kolluru GR, Walz J, Hanninen AF, Downey K, Kalbach B, Gupta S & Earley RL (2015). Exploring behavioral and hormonal flexibility across light environments in guppies from low-predation populations. Behaviour 152: 963-993.
(67) Boulton K, Couto E, Grimmer AJ, Earley RL, Canario A, Wilson AJ & Walling CA (2015). How integrated are behavioural and endocrine stress response traits? A repeated measures approach to testing the stress coping style model. Ecology and Evolution 5: 618-633.
(66) Anderson C, Wong SC, Fuller A, Zigelsky K & Earley RL (2015). Carotenoid-based coloration is associated with predation risk, competition, and breeding status in female convict cichlid fish (Amatitlania siquia) under field conditions. Environmental Biology of Fishes 98: 1005-1013.
(65) Mesak F, Tatarenkov A, Earley RL & Avise JC (2014). Hundreds of SNPs versus dozens of SSRs: which dataset better characterizes natural "clonal" lineages in a self-fertilizing fish? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 2: 74.
(64) Li CY, Earley RL, Huang SP & Hsu Y (2014). Fighting experience alters brain androgen receptor expression dependent on testosterone status. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, 281: 20141532.
(63) Hoss SK, Garcia MJ, Earley RL & Clark RW (2014). Fine-scale hormonal patterns associated with parturition and maternal attendance of neonates in the cottonmouth, Agkistrodon piscivorous. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 208: 85-93.
(62) Elwood RW, Stoilova V, McDonnell A, Earley RL & Arnott G (2014). Do mirrors reflect reality in agonistic encounters? A test of mutual cooperation in displays. Animal Behaviour, 97: 63-67.
(61) Hofmann HA, Beery AK, Blumstein DT, Couzin ID, Earley RL, Hayes LD, Hurd PL, Lacey EA, Solomon NG, Taborsky M, Young LJ & Rubenstein DR (2014). An evolutionary framework for studying mechanisms of social behavior. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 29: 581-589.
(60) Good C, Davidson J, Earley RL, Lee EA & Summerfelt S (2014). The impact of water exchange rate and biofiltration on circulating hormones in water recirculation aquaculture systems containing sexually maturing Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Journal of Aquaculture Research & Development, 5: 5.
(59) Garcia MJ, Murphree J, Wilson J & Earley RL (2014). Mechanisms of decision making during contests in green anole lizards: prior experience and assessment. Animal Behaviour 92: 45-54.
(58) Mitchell DL, Fernandez AA, Garcia R, Paniker L, Lin K, Hanninen A, Zigelsky K, May M, Nuttall, M, Lo H, Person MD & Earley RL (2014). Acute exposure to ultraviolet-B radiation modulates sex steroid hormones and their receptors in the skin and may contribute to the gender-bias of melanoma. Pigment Cell and Melanoma Research 27: 408-417.
(57) Jellen BC, Graham SP, Earley RL & Aldridge RD (2014). Oestrous in a secretive species: endogenous estradiol varies throughout the shed cycle and influences attractiveness in wild northern watersnakes (Nerodia sipedon). Behaviour 151: 403-419.
(56) Earley RL (2013) Instructor’s Manual to accompany Principles of Animal Behavior (3rd Edition) by Lee Alan Dugatkin, W.W. Norton & Co. 229 pp.
(55) Earley RL & Hsu Y (2013). Contest behaviour in fishes. In: Animal Contests (eds. I.C.W. Hardy & M. Briffa). Cambridge University Press, pp. 199-227.
(54) Earley RL, Lee IH, Lu CK, Wong SC, Li CY & Hsu Y (2013). Winner and loser effects are modulated by hormonal states. Frontiers in Zoology, 10:6.
(53) Lorenzi V, Earley RL & Grober MS (2012). Differential responses of brain, gonad and muscle steroid levels to changes in social status and sex in a sequential and bidirectional hermaphroditic fish. PLoS ONE 7(12): e51158.
(52) Boulton K, Sinderman B, Pearce MR, Earley RL & Wilson AJ (2012). He who dares only sometimes wins: physiological stress and contest behaviour in Xiphophorus helleri. Behaviour 149: 977-1002.
(51) Earley RL, Hanninen AF, Fuller A, Garcia MJ & Lee EA (2012). Phenotypic plasticity and integration in the mangrove rivulus (Kryptolebias
marmoratus). A prospectus. Integrative & Comparative Biology 52: 814-827.
(50) Chang C, Li CY, Earley RL & Hsu Y (2012). Aggression and related traits: the impact of winning and losing and the role of hormones. Integrative & Comparative Biology 52: 801-813.
(49) Kelley JL, Lee C, Yee MC, Levandowsky E, Shah M, Harkins T, Earley RL & Bustamante CD (2012). The possibility of de novo genome assembly and population genetics of the fish Kryptolebias marmoratus. Integrative & Comparative Biology 52: 737-742.
(48) Tatarenkov A, Earley RL, Taylor DS & Avise JC (2012). Microevolutionary distribution of isogenicity in a self-fertilizing fish (Kryptolebias
marmoratus) in the Florida Keys. Integrative & Comparative Biology 52: 743-752.
(47) Archard GA, Earley RL, Hanninen AF & Braithwaite VA (2012). Correlated behaviour and stress physiology in fish exposed to different levels of predation pressure. Functional Ecology 26: 637-645.
(46) Garcia MJ, Sivaraman B, Paiva L, Lennox M, Wong SC & Earley RL (2012). Effects of fighting experience on future contest success in the green anole (Anolis carolinensis). Ethology 118: 821-834.
(45) Graham SP, Earley RL & Mendonça MT (2011). Innate immune performance and steroid hormone profiles of pregnant versus nonpregnant
cottonmouth snakes (Agkistrodon piscivorous). General & Comparative Endocrinology 174: 348-353.
(44) Turko AJ, Earley RL & Wright PA (2011). Behaviour drives morphology: voluntary emersion patterns shape gill structure in genetically identical individuals of the self-fertilizing mangrove rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus. Animal Behaviour, 82: 39-47.
(43) Copeland DL, Levay B, Sivaraman B, Beebe-Fugloni C & Earley RL (2011). Metabolic costs of fighting are driven by contest performance in male convict cichlid fish. Animal Behavior, 82: 271-280.
(42) Hsu Y, Earley RL, Wolf LL (2011). Aggressive Behaviour in Fishes: Integrating Information on Contest Costs. In: Fish Cognition and Behaviour, 2nd edition (eds., C. Brown, K. N. Laland & J. Krause). Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Pp. 108-134.
(41) Hoss S, Schuett GW, Earley RL & Smith LL (2011). Reproduction in male Eastern diamond-backed rattlesnakes (Crotalus adamanteus): seasonal relationship of plasma testosterone to dimension changes of the testis/kidney and mating season. Southeastern Naturalist 10: 95-108.
(40) Earley RL (2010). Social eavesdropping and the evolution of conditional cooperation and cheating strategies. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, 365: 2675-2686.
(39) Earley RL & Dugatkin LA (2010) Behavior in groups. In: Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology (eds. D.F. Westneat & C.W. Fox). Oxford University Press, pp. 285-307.
(38) Smith CF, Schuett GW, Earley RL & Schwenk K (2009). The spatial and reproductive ecology of the copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) at the northeastern extreme of its range. Herpetological Monographs, 23: 45-73.
(37) Lorenzi V, Carpenter RE, Summers CH, Earley RL & Grober MS (2009). Serotonin, social status and sex change in the bluebanded goby Lythrypnus dalli. Physiology & Behavior, 97: 476-483.
(36) Schuett GW, Reiserer RS & Earley RL (2009). The evolution of bipedal postures in varanoid lizards. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97: 652-663.
(35) Barnett L, Earley RL, Ebert D & Calliet G (2009). Maturity, fecundity, and reproductive cycle of the white-spotted ratfish, Hydrolagus colliei. Marine Biology 156: 301-316.
(34) Earley RL (2009) Instructor’s Manual to accompany Principles of Animal Behavior (2nd Edition) by Lee Alan Dugatkin, W.W. Norton & Co. ISBN: 978-0-393-93306-2
(33) Graham SP, Earley RL, Hoss SK, Schuett GW & Grober MS (2008). The reproductive biology of male cottonmouths (Agkistrodon piscivorous): do plasma steroid hormones predict the mating season? General and Comparative Endocrinology 159: 226-235.
(32) Wong S, Dykstra M, Campbell J, Earley RL (2008). Measuring water-borne cortisol in convict cichlids (Amatitlania nigrofasciata): is the procedure a stressor? Behaviour 145: 1283-1305.
(31) Scott AP, Hirschenhauser K, Bender N, Oliveira RF, Earley RL, Sebire M, Ellis T, Pavlidis M, Hubbard P, Huertas M & Canario AVM (2008). Non-invasive measurement of steroids in fish holding water: important considerations when applying the procedure to behaviour studies. Behaviour 145: 1307-1328.
(30) Earley RL & Hsu Y. (2008). Reciprocity between endocrine state and contest behavior in the killifish, Kryptolebias marmoratus. Hormones & Behavior 53: 442-451.
(29) Smith CF, Schwenk K, Earley RL, Schuett GW (2008). Sexual dimorphism of the tongue in a North American pitviper. Journal of Zoology 274: 367-374.
(28) Reiserer RS, Schuett GW & Earley RL (2008). Dynamic aggregations of newborn sibling rattlesnakes exhibit stable thermoregulatory properties. Journal of Zoology 274: 277-283.
(27) Lorenzi V, Earley RL, Pepper DR & Grober MS (2008). Diurnal patterns of cortisol, 11-ketotestosterone, testosterone, and estradiol in the
bluebanded goby (Lythrypnus dalli). General and Comparative Endocrinology 155: 438-446
(26) Rodgers EW, Earley RL & Grober MS (2007). Social status determines the expression of sexual phenotype in the bi-directional sex changing bluebanded goby (Lythrypnus dalli). Journal of Fish Biology 70: 1660-1668.
(25) Bonnie KE & Earley RL (2007). Expanding the scope of social information use. Animal Behaviour 74: 171-181.
(24) Attum O, Carranza S, Baha El Din, S, Earley RL, Arnold EN, Kingsbury E. (2007). An evaluation of the taxonomic validity of Testudo werneri. Amphibia-Reptilia 28: 393-401.
(23) Earley RL & Dugatkin LA (2006). Merging social hierarchies: effects on dominance rank in male green swordtail fish (Xiphophorus helleri). Behavioural Processes 73: 290-298.
(22) Hsu Y, Earley RL, Wolf LL (2006). Modulating aggression through experience. In: Fish Cognition and Behaviour (eds., C. Brown, K. N. Laland & J. Krause). Blackwell Publishing Ltd., pp. 96-113.
(21) Schuett GW, Repp RA, Taylor EN, DeNardo DF, Earley RL, Van Kirk EA & Murdoch MJ. (2006). Winter profile of plasma sex steroid levels in wild male western diamond-backed rattlesnakes, Crotalus atrox (Serpentes, Viperidae). General and Comparative Endocrinology 149: 72-80.
(20) Earley RL (2006). Xiphophorus: carving a niche towards a broader understanding of aggression and dominance. Zebrafish, 3: 287-298.
(19) Earley RL, Edwards JT, Aseem O, Felton K, Blumer LS, Karom M & Grober MS (2006). Social interactions tune aggression and stress responsiveness in a territorial cichlid fish (Archocentrus nigrofasciatus). Physiology & Behavior, 88: 353-363.
(18) Rodgers EW, Earley RL & Grober MS (2006). Elevated 11-ketotestosterone during parental behavior in the bluebanded goby (Lythrypnus dalli). Hormones & Behavior, 49: 610-614.
(17) Lorenzi V, Earley RL & Grober MS. (2006). Preventing behavioral interactions with a male facilitates protogynous sex change in female bluebanded gobies (Lythrypnus dalli). Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 59: 715-722.
(16) Hsu YY, Earley RL & Wolf LL. (2006). Modulation of aggressive behavior by fighting experience: mechanisms and contest outcomes. Biological Reviews, 81: 33-74.
(15) Dzieweczynski T, Earley RL , Greene T & Rowland WJ. (2005). Audience effect is context-dependent in Siamese fighting fish, Betta splendens. Behavioral Ecology 16: 1025-1030.
(14) Schuett GW, Hardy Sr. DL , Earley RL & Greene HW. (2005). Does prey size induce head skeleton phenotypic plasticity during early ontogeny in the snake Boa constrictor? Journal of Zoology, London 267: 363-369.
(13) Schuett GW, Hardy Sr. DL, Greene HW, Earley RL, Grober MS, Van Kirk EA & Murdoch WJ (2005). Sympatric rattlesnakes with contrasting mating systems show differences in seasonal patterns of plasma sex steroids. Animal Behaviour, 70: 257-266.
(12) Earley RL, Druen M & Dugatkin LA (2005) Watching fights does not alter a bystander’s response toward naïve conspecifics in male green swordtail fish (Xiphophorus helleri). Animal Behaviour 69: 1139-1145.
(11) Earley RL & Dugatkin LA. (2005) Three poeciliid pillars: fighting, mating, and networking. In: Animal Communication Networks. (ed., PK
McGregor). Cambridge University Press, pp. 84-113.
(10) Dugatkin LA & Earley RL (2004). Individual recognition, dominance hierarchies, and winner and loser effects. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 271: 1537-1540.
(9) Earley RL, Blumer L & Grober MS (2004). The gall of subordination: changes in gallbladder function associated with social stress. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 271: 7-13.
(8) Earley RL (2004). Instructor’s Manual to accompany Principles of Animal Behavior (1st Edition) by Lee Alan Dugatkin, W.W. Norton & Co., ISBN 0-393-92464-5.
(7) Brosnan SF, Earley RL & Dugatkin LA (2003). Observational learning and predator inspection in guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Ethology, 109: 823-834.
(6) Earley RL, Tinsley M & Dugatkin LA (2003). To see or not to see: does previewing a future opponent affect the contest behavior of green swordtail males (Xiphophorus helleri)? Naturwissenschaften 90: 226-230.
(5) Dugatkin LA & Earley RL (2003). Group fusion: the impact of winner, loser, and bystander effects on hierarchy formation in large groups.
Behavioral Ecology 14: 367-373.
(4) Earley RL, Attum O & Eason P. (2002). Varanid combat: perspectives from game theory. Amphibia-Reptilia 23(4): 469-485.
(3) Earley RL & Dugatkin LA (2002). Eavesdropping on visual cues in swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri) fights – a case for networking. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 269: 943 952.
(2) Earley RL, Hsu Y & Wolf LL (2000). The use of standard aggression testing methods to predict combat behaviour and contest outcome in Rivulus marmoratus dyads (Teleostei: Cyprinodontidae). Ethology, 106: 743-761.
(1) Attum O, Earley RL, Bayless M & Eason P (2000) The agonistic behavior of Bosc's monitors (Varanus exanthematicus, Bosc 1792) in captivity. Herpetological Bulletin 73: 22-26.
(2) Earley RL (2006). Wee guppies pack an evolutionary punch. A book review of Anne E. Magurran’s Evolutionary Ecology: The Trinidadian Guppy (Oxford University Press, New York, 206 p.). Ecology, 87: 2682-2683.
(1) Earley RL (2000). A book review of Christopher Boehm's Hierarchy in the Forest: The Evolution of Egalitarian Behavior (1999, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 292 p. American Scientist (March-April Edition).
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