Publications

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Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2012
Pruitt JN, Cote J, Ferrari MCO.  2012.  Behavioural trait variants in a habitat-forming species dictate the nature of its interactions with and among heterospecifics. Functional ecology. 26:29–36.
Pruitt JN.  2012.  Behavioural traits of colony founders affect the life history of their colonies. Ecology letters. 15:1026–1032.
Etienne RS, Haegeman B.  2012.  A conceptual and statistical framework for adaptive radiations with a key role for diversity dependence. The American Naturalist. 180:E75–E89.
Pruitt JN, Riechert SE.  2012.  The ecological consequences of temperament in spiders. Current Zoology. 58:589–596.
Sih A, Cote J, Evans M, Fogarty S, Pruitt J.  2012.  Ecological implications of behavioural syndromes. Ecology letters. 15:278–289.
Pruitt JN, Oufiero CE, Aviles L, Riechert SE.  2012.  Iterative evolution of increased behavioral variation characterizes the transition to sociality in spiders and proves advantageous. The American Naturalist. 180:496–510.
DiRienzo N, Pruitt JN, Hedrick AV.  2012.  Juvenile exposure to acoustic sexual signals from conspecifics alters growth trajectory and an adult personality trait. Animal behaviour. 84:861–868.
Pruitt JN, Burghardt GM, Riechert SE.  2012.  Non-Conceptive Sexual Behavior in Spiders: A Form of Play Associated with Body Condition, Personality Type, and Male Intrasexual Selection. Ethology. 118:33–40.
Berning AW, Gadd RDH, Sweeney K, MacDonald L, Eng RYY, Hess ZL, Pruitt JN.  2012.  Sexual cannibalism is associated with female behavioural type, hunger state and increased hatching success. Animal behaviour. 84:715–721.
Pruitt JN.  2012.  Spider Behaviour: Flexibility and Versatility.
2011
Pruitt JN, Iturralde G, Aviles L, Riechert SE.  2011.  Amazonian social spiders share similar within-colony behavioural variation and behavioural syndromes. Animal Behaviour. 82:1449–1455.
Pruitt JN, Stachowicz JJ, Sih A.  2011.  Behavioral types of predator and prey jointly determine prey survival: potential implications for the maintenance of within-species behavioral variation. The American Naturalist. 179:217–227.
Pruitt JN, Riechert SE.  2011.  How within-group behavioural variation and task efficiency enhance fitness in a social group. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 278:1209–1215.
Pruitt JN, DiRienzo N, Kralj-Fišer S, J Johnson C, Sih A.  2011.  Individual-and condition-dependent effects on habitat choice and choosiness. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 65:1987–1995.
Pruitt JN, Ferrari MCO.  2011.  Intraspecific trait variants determine the nature of interspecific interactions in a habitat-forming species. Ecology. 92:1902–1908.
Pruitt JN, Riechert SE.  2011.  Nonconceptive sexual experience diminishes individuals' latency to mate and increases maternal investment. Animal behaviour. 81:789–794.
Pruitt JN, Riechert SE, Harris DJ.  2011.  Reproductive consequences of male body mass and aggressiveness depend on females' behavioral types. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 65:1957–1966.
Pruitt JN, Demes KW, Dittrich-Reed DR.  2011.  Temperature mediates shifts in individual aggressiveness, activity level, and social behavior in a spider. Ethology. 117:318–325.
Pruitt JN, Riechert SE.  2011.  Within-group behavioral variation promotes biased task performance and the emergence of a defensive caste in a social spider. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology. 65:1055–1060.

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