REVIEW REFERENCE LIST
Below is a list of references that are relevant to the topics covered during the term. Abstracts are available from Web of Science which will work if you are using a UK computer. Select Science Citation only and go to "General Search". Then put in title of paper under topic using quotation marks. The full papers are available in the journal stacks in Young Library. One is available online from a UK computer only. Pick a couple that intrigue you. Skim them and then pick the one that you want to review and read it much more thoroughly (Note: shorter papers are not necessarily 'easier'). Refer to your book, lecture notes, or even other sources to understand the point of the study. The review paper is due on the last day of classes.
Archawaranon M., Dove, L. and R. H. Wiley. 1991. Social inertia and hormonal control of aggression and dominance in white-throated sparrows. Behaviour 118:42-65.(Available online)
Werner, E. E., and D. J. Hall. 1974. Optimal foraging and the size selection of prey by the bluegill sunfish Lepomis macrochirus. Ecology 55: 1042-1055. (Available online).
Warkentin K. 2000. Wasp predation and wasp-induced hatching of red-eyed tree frogs. Animal Behaviour 60: 503-510. (Available online).
Whitham, T. G. 1980. The theory of habitat selection examined and extended using Pemphigus aphids. American Naturalist 115: 449-466. (Available online)
Kodric-Brown, A. 1986. Satellites and sneakers-opportunistic male breeding tactics in pupfish Cyprinodon pecosensis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 19: 425-432. (Available online).
Davies, N. B. and A. Lundberg. 1984. Food distribution and a variable mating system in the dunnock, Prunella modularis. Journal of Animal Ecology 53: 895-912. (Available online).
Reyer, H. -U. 1984. Investment and relatedness: a cost/benefit analysis of breeding and helping in the pied kingfisher. Animal Behaviour 32: 1163-1178. (Available online).
Dugatkin, L. A. 1991. Dynamics of the TIT FOR TAT strategy during predator inspection in the guppy Poecilia reticulata. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 29: 127-132. (Available online)
Wedekind, C. et al. 1995. MHC-dependent mate preferences in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 260: 245-249.