Publications

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Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2014
Wright CM, C Holbrook T, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Animal personality aligns task specialization and task proficiency in a spider society. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111:9533–9537.
Pruitt JN.  2014.  Animal personality: Ecology, behavior, and evolution.
Jandt JM, Bengston S, Pinter-Wollman N, Pruitt JN, Raine NE, Dornhaus A, Sih A.  2014.  Behavioural syndromes and social insects: personality at multiple levels. Biological Reviews. 89:48–67.
McDermott DR, Chips MJ, McGuirk M, Armagost F, DiRienzo N, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Boldness is influenced by sublethal interactions with predators and is associated with successful harem infiltration in Madagascar hissing cockroaches. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology. 68:425–435.
Bengston SE, Pruitt JN, Riechert SE.  2014.  Differences in environmental enrichment generate contrasting behavioural syndromes in a basal spider lineage. Animal Behaviour. 93:105–110.
Laskowski KL, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Evidence of social niche construction: persistent and repeated social interactions generate stronger personalities in a social spider. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 281:20133166.
Keiser CN, Modlmeier AP, Singh N, Jones DK, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Exploring how a shift in the physical environment shapes individual and group behavior across two social contexts. Ethology. 120:825–833.
Keiser CN, Jones DK, Modlmeier AP, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Exploring the effects of individual traits and within-colony variation on task differentiation and collective behavior in a desert social spider. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology. 68:839–850.
Modlmeier AP, Forrester NJ, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Habitat structure helps guide the emergence of colony-level personality in social spiders. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology. 68:1965–1972.
Shearer TA, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Individual differences in boldness positively correlate with heart rate in orb-weaving spiders of genus Larinioides. Current Zoology. 60:387–391.
C Holbrook T, Wright CM, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Individual differences in personality and behavioural plasticity facilitate division of labour in social spider colonies. Animal Behaviour. 97:177–183.
Modlmeier AP, Keiser CN, Watters JV, Sih A, Pruitt JN.  2014.  The keystone individual concept: an ecological and evolutionary overview. Animal Behaviour. 89:53–62.
Modlmeier AP, Laskowski KL, DeMarco AE, Coleman A, Zhao K, Brittingham HA, McDermott DR, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Persistent social interactions beget more pronounced personalities in a desert-dwelling social spider. Biology letters. 10:20140419.
Keiser CN, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Personality composition is more important than group size in determining collective foraging behaviour in the wild. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 281:20141424.
Pruitt JN, Keiser CN.  2014.  The personality types of key catalytic individuals shape colonies' collective behaviour and success. Animal Behaviour. 93:87–95.
Pruitt JN, Berning AW, Cusack B, Shearer TA, McGuirk M, Coleman A, Eng RYY, Armagost F, Sweeney K, Singh N.  2014.  Precopulatory sexual cannibalism causes increase egg case production, hatching success, and female attractiveness to males. Ethology. 120:453–462.
Pruitt JN, Goodnight CJ.  2014.  Site-specific group selection drives locally adapted group compositions. Nature. 514:359.
Modlmeier AP, Keiser CN, Shearer TA, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Species-specific influence of group composition on collective behaviors in ants. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology. 68:1929–1937.
Keiser CN, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Submersion tolerance in a lakeshore population of Pardosa lapidicina (Araneae: Lycosidae). The Journal of Arachnology. 42:192–194.
Dillon JA, Pruitt JN.  2014.  Use of locomotor performance capacities reflects the risk level associated with specific cue types in two cursorial spider species. Journal of Arachnology. 42:79–85.

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