Publications

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Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2017
Pruitt JN.  2017.  Are personality researchers painting the roses red? Maybe: a comment on Beekman and Jordan Behavioral Ecology. 28:628–629.
Pruitt JN, Howell KA, Gladney SJ, Yang Y, Lichtenstein JLL, Spicer MElise, Echeverri SA, Pinter-Wollman N.  2017.  Behavioral Hypervolumes of Predator Groups and Predator-Predator Interactions Shape Prey Survival Rates and Selection on Prey Behavior. The American Naturalist. 189:254–266.
Katz N, Pruitt JN, Scharf I.  2017.  The complex effect of illumination, temperature, and thermal acclimation on habitat choice and foraging behavior of a pit-building wormlion. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 71:137.
Wright CM, Lichtenstein JLL, Montgomery GA, Luscuskie LP, Pinter-Wollman N, Pruitt JN.  2017.  Exposure to predators reduces collective foraging aggressiveness and eliminates its relationship with colony personality composition. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 71:126.
Katz N, Shavit R, Pruitt JN, Scharf I.  2017.  Group dynamics and relocation decisions of a trap-building predator are differentially affected by biotic and abiotic factors. Current Zoology. :zow120.
Keiser CN, Pinter-Wollman N, Ziemba MJ, Kothamasu KS, Pruitt JN.  2017.  The index case is not enough: Variation among individuals, groups, and social networks modify bacterial transmission dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology.
Pruitt JN, Goodnight CJ, Riechert SE.  2017.  Intense group selection selects for ideal group compositions, but selection within groups maintains them. Animal behaviour. 124:15–24.
Wexler Y, Wertheimer K-O, Subach A, Pruitt JN, Scharf I.  2017.  Mating alters the link between movement activity and pattern in the red flour beetle. Physiological Entomology.
Keiser CN, Pruitt JN.  2017.  Personality composition alters bacterial transmission dynamics in spider societies. INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY. 57:E310–E310.
Wright CM, Hyland TD, Izzo AS, McDermott DR, Tibbetts EA, Pruitt JN.  2017.  Polistes metricus queens exhibit personality variation and behavioral syndromes. Current Zoology. :zox008.
Wright CM, Skinker VE, Izzo AS, Tibbetts EA, Pruitt JN.  2017.  Queen personality type predicts nest-guarding behaviour, colony size and the subsequent collective aggressiveness of the colony. Animal Behaviour. 124:7–13.
Pinter-Wollman N, Mi B, Pruitt JN.  2017.  Replacing bold individuals has a smaller impact on group performance than replacing shy individuals. Behavioral Ecology. 28:883–889.
Foster WC, Armstrong CM, Chism GT, Pruitt JN.  2017.  Smaller and bolder prey snails have higher survival in staged encounters with the sea star Pisaster giganteus. Current Zoology. :zow116.
2016
Pruitt JN, Wright CM, Keiser CN, DeMarco AE, Grobis MM, Pinter-Wollman N.  2016.  The Achilles' heel hypothesis: misinformed keystone individuals impair collective learning and reduce group success. Proc. R. Soc. B. 283:20152888.
Wexler Y, Subach A, Pruitt JN, Scharf I.  2016.  Behavioral repeatability of flour beetles before and after metamorphosis and throughout aging. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 70:745–753.
Pruitt JN, Bolnick DI, Sih A, DiRienzo N, Pinter-Wollman N.  2016.  Behavioural hypervolumes of spider communities predict community performance and disbandment. Proc. R. Soc. B. 283:20161409.
Wright CM, Keiser CN, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Colony personality composition alters colony-level plasticity and magnitude of defensive behaviour in a social spider. Animal Behaviour. 115:175–183.
Keiser CN, Shearer TA, DeMarco AE, Brittingham HA, Knutson KA, Kuo C, Zhao K, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Cuticular bacteria appear detrimental to social spiders in mixed but not monoculture exposure. Current Zoology. 62:377–384.
Keiser CN, Shearer TA, DeMarco AE, Brittingham HA, Knutson KA, Kuo C, Zhao K, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Cuticular bacteria appear lethal to social spiders in mixed but not monoculture inoculations. Current Zoology.
Pinter-Wollman N, Keiser CN, Wollman R, Pruitt JN.  2016.  The effect of keystone individuals on collective outcomes can be mediated through interactions or behavioral persistence. The American Naturalist. 188:240–252.
Griffin EA, M Traw B, Morin PJ, Pruitt JN, S Wright J, Carson WP.  2016.  Foliar bacteria and soil fertility mediate seedling performance: a new and cryptic dimension of niche differentiation. Ecology. 97:2998–3008.
Katz N, Subach A, Pruitt JN, Scharf I.  2016.  Habitat preference of wormlions and their behavioural repeatability under illumination/shade conditions. Ecological Entomology. 41:716–726.
Keiser CN, Wright CM, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Increased bacterial load can reduce or negate the effects of keystone individuals on group collective behaviour. Animal Behaviour. 114:211–218.
Laskowski KL, Montiglio P-O, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Individual and group performance suffers from social niche disruption. The American Naturalist. 187:776–785.
Keiser CN, Pinter-Wollman N, Augustine DA, Ziemba MJ, Hao L, Lawrence JG, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Individual differences in boldness influence patterns of social interactions and the transmission of cuticular bacteria among group-mates. Proc. R. Soc. B. 283:20160457.

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