Publications

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2016
Lichtenstein JLL, Wright CM, Luscuskie LP, Montgomery GA, Pinter-Wollman N, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Participation in cooperative prey capture and the benefits gained from it are associated with individual personality. Current Zoology. :zow097.
Keiser CN, Howell KA, Pinter-Wollman N, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Personality composition alters the transmission of cuticular bacteria in social groups. Biology letters. 12:20160297.
Lichtenstein JLL, DiRienzo N, Knutson K, Kuo C, Zhao KC, Brittingham HA, Geary SE, Ministero S, Rice HK, David Z et al..  2016.  Prolonged food restriction decreases body condition and reduces repeatability in personality traits in web-building spiders. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology. 70:1793–1803.
Ingley SJ, Pruitt JN, Scharf I, Purcell J.  2016.  Social context, but not individual personality, alters immigrant viability in a spider with mixed social structure. Animal Behaviour. 120:153–161.
Goulet CT, Ingley SJ, Scharf I, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Thermal effects on survival and reproductive performance vary according to personality type. Behavioral Ecology. :arw084.
Mcqueen EW, Glassford WJ, Rebeiz M, Pruitt J.  2016.  Using genetically-induced variation in genitalia to examine functional effects of trait variation.. INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY. 56:E146–E146.
Keiser CN, Augustine DA, Jr MJZiemba, Lawrence JG, Pinter-Wollman N, Pruitt JN.  2016.  Variation in host behavioral type and body condition produce heterogeneity in the transmission of cuticular bacteria among group-mates. INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY. 56:E107–E107.
2015
Modlmeier AP, Laskowski KL, Brittingham HA, Coleman A, Knutson KA, Kuo C, McGuirk M, Zhao K, Keiser CN, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Adult presence augments juvenile collective foraging in social spiders. Animal Behaviour. 109:9–14.
Pruitt JN, Modlmeier AP.  2015.  Animal personality in a foundation species drives community divergence and collapse in the wild. Journal of Animal Ecology. 84:1461–1468.
Barron DG, Gervasi SS, Pruitt JN, Martin LB.  2015.  Behavioral competence: how host behaviors can interact to influence parasite transmission risk. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 6:35–40.
Keiser CN, Wright CM, Singh N, DeShane JA, Modlmeier AP, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Cross-fostering by foreign conspecific queens and slave-making workers influences individual-and colony-level personality. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 69:395–405.
Johnson WC, Ordway AJ, Watada M, Pruitt JN, Williams TM, Rebeiz M.  2015.  Genetic changes to a transcriptional silencer element confers phenotypic diversity within and between Drosophila species. PLoS genetics. 11:e1005279.
Chips MJ, Yerger EH, Hervanek A, Nuttle T, Royo AA, Pruitt JN, McGlynn TP, Riggall CL, Carson WP.  2015.  The indirect impact of long-term overbrowsing on insects in the Allegheny National Forest region of Pennsylvania. Northeastern Naturalist. 22:782–797.
Keiser CN, Slyder JB, Carson WP, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Individual differences in predators but not producers mediate the magnitude of a trophic cascade. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 9:225–232.
Modlmeier AP, Keiser CN, Wright CM, Lichtenstein JLL, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Integrating animal personality into insect population and community ecology. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 9:77–85.
Lichtenstein JLL, Pruitt JN, Modlmeier AP.  2015.  Intraspecific variation in collective behaviors drives interspecific contests in acorn ants. Behavioral Ecology. 27:553–559.
Pruitt JN, Pinter-Wollman N.  2015.  The legacy effects of keystone individuals on collective behaviour scale to how long they remain within a group. Proc. R. Soc. B. 282:20151766.
Wright CM, Keiser CN, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Personality and morphology shape task participation, collective foraging and escape behaviour in the social spider Stegodyphus dumicola. Animal Behaviour. 105:47–54.
Pruitt JN, Goodnight CJ.  2015.  Pruitt & Goodnight reply. Nature. 524:E4–E4.
Keiser CN, DeMarco AE, Shearer TA, Robertson JA, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Putative microbial defenses in a social spider: immune variation and antibacterial properties of colony silk. Journal of Arachnology. 43:394–399.
Grinsted L, Bilde T, Gilbert JDJ, Pruitt JN, Goodnight CJ.  2015.  Questioning evidence of group selection in spiders. Nature. 524:E1.
Lichtenstein JLL, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Similar patterns of frequency-dependent selection on animal personalities emerge in three species of social spiders. Journal of evolutionary biology. 28:1248–1256.
Agnarsson I, Jencik BB, Veve GM, Hanitriniaina S, Agostini D, Goh SPing, Pruitt J, Kuntner M.  2015.  Systematics of the Madagascar Anelosimus spiders: remarkable local richness and endemism, and dual colonization from the Americas. ZooKeys. :13.
DiRienzo N, McDermott DR, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Testing the Effects of Biogenic Amines and Alternative Topical Solvent Types on the Behavioral Repertoire of Two Web-Building Spiders. Ethology. 121:801–812.
Royauté R, Pruitt JN.  2015.  Varying predator personalities generates contrasting prey communities in an agroecosystem. Ecology. 96:2902–2911.

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