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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.
Pruitt JN, Krauel JJ.  2010.  The adaptive value of gluttony: predators mediate the life history trade-offs of satiation threshold. Journal of evolutionary biology. 23:2104–2111.
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, Iturralde G, Aviles L, Riechert SE.  2011.  Amazonian social spiders share similar within-colony behavioural variation and behavioural syndromes. Animal Behaviour. 82:1449–1455.
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.
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.
Pruitt JN.  2017.  Are personality researchers painting the roses red? Maybe: a comment on Beekman and Jordan Behavioral Ecology. 28:628–629.
Sweeney K, Gadd RDH, Hess ZL, McDermott DR, MacDonald L, Cotter P, Armagost F, Chen JZ, Berning AW, DiRienzo N et al..  2013.  Assessing the effects of rearing environment, natural selection, and developmental stage on the emergence of a behavioral syndrome. Ethology. 119:436–447.
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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.
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.
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, 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, 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.
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.
Pruitt JN, Riechert SE, Jones TC.  2008.  Behavioural syndromes and their fitness consequences in a socially polymorphic spider, Anelosimus studiosus. Animal Behaviour. 76:871–879.
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.
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.

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