Publications

17. Herrmann SH, Ligocki IY. In press. Wetlands Ecology and Human Impacts Lab; Connecting Students with Their Local Environment. In: McMahon K, Editor. Tested studies for laboratory teaching. Volume 40. Proceedings of the 39th Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE).

16. McCluskey EM, Matthews SN, Ligocki IY, Holding ML, Lipps GJ, Hetherington TE. 2018. The importance of historical land use in the maintenance of early successional habitat for a threatened rattlesnake. Global Ecology and Conservation.

15. Sih A, Ligocki IY, Munson A, Sinn D. 2017. Evolutionary behavioral ecology approaches to integration in the study of animal personalities. Invited comment on Baumert et al. 2017European Journal of Personality. 31:568-569.

14. Reddon AR, O’Connor CM, Nesjan E, Cameron J, Hellmann JK, Ligocki IY, Marsh-Rollo S, Hamilton IM, Wylie D, Hurd P, Balshine S. 2017. Isotocin neuronal phenotypes differ among social systems in cichlid fishes. Royal Society Open Science. 4(5):170350

13. Ridgway JS, Ligocki IY, Horn JD, Szeyller E, Breitenberger CA. 2017. TA and faculty perceptions of ongoing, personalized teaching assistant professional development: initial lessons and plans for the future. Journal of College Science Teaching. 46(5):73-83.

12. Hellmann JK, Sovic M, Gibbs HL, Reddon AR, O’Connor CM, Ligocki IY, Marsh-Rollo S, Balshine S, Hamilton IM. 2016. Within-group relatedness is correlated with colony-level social structure and reproductive sharing in a social fish. Molecular Ecology. 25: 4001-4013.

11. Reddon AR, O’Connor CM, Ligocki IY, Hellmann JK, Marsh-Rollo S, Hamilton IM, Balshine S. 2016. No evidence for larger brains in cooperatively breeding cichlid fishes. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 94:373-378.

10. Ligocki IY, Earley RL, Hellmann JK, Hamilton IM. 2015. Variation in glucocorticoid levels in relation to direct and third-party interactions in a social cichlid fish. Physiology and Behavior. 151:386-394.

9. Ligocki IY, Reddon AR, Hellmann JK, O’Connor CM, Marsh-Rollo SE, Balshine S, Hamilton IM. 2015. Social status influences responses to unfamiliar conspecifics in a cooperatively breeding fish. Behaviour. 152 1821-1839.

8. Hellmann JK, Ligocki IY, O’Connor CM, Reddon AR, Farmer TM, Marsh-Rollo S, Balshine S, Hamilton IM. 2015. The influence of status and the social environment on energy stores in a social fish. Journal of Fish Biology. 88:4 1321-1334.

7. O’Connor CM, Reddon AR, Ligocki IY, Hellmann JK, Garvy KA, Marsh-Rollo SE, Hamilton IM, Balshine S. 2015. Motivation but not body size influences the dynamics of territorial contests in a wild cichlid fish. Animal Behaviour. 107:19-29.

6. Hellmann JK, Ligocki IY, O’Connor CM, Reddon AR, Garvy KA, Marsh-Rollo SE, Gibbs HL, Balshine S, Hamilton IM. 2015. Reproductive sharing in relation to group and colony-level attributes in a cooperatively breeding fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B. 282:20150954

5. Hellmann JK, O’Connor CM, Ligocki IY, Farmer TM, Arnold TJ, Reddon AR, Garvy KA, Marsh-Rollo SE, Balshine S, Hamilton IM. 2015. Evidence for alternative male morphs in a Tanganyikan cichlid fish. Journal of Zoology. 296:116-123.

4. Hellmann JK, Reddon AR, Ligocki IY, O’Connor CM, Garvy KA, Marsh-Rollo SE, Hamilton IM, Balshine S. 2015. Group response to social perturbation: Impacts of isotocin and the social landscape. Animal Behaviour.105:55-62

3. Garvy KA, Hellmann JK, Ligocki IY, Reddon AR, Marsh-Rollo SE, Hamilton IM, Balshine S, O’Connor CM. 2014. Sex and social status affect territorial defence in a cooperatively breeding cichlid fish, Neolamprologus savoryi. Hydrobiologia. 748:1 75-85.

2. O’Connor CM, Reddon AR, Hellmann JK, Ligocki IY, Marsh-Rollo SE, Hamilton IM, Balshine S. 2014. A comparative study of an innate immune response in Lamprologine cichlid fishes. Naturwissenschaften. 101:839-849.

1. Hamilton IM, Ligocki IY. 2012. The extended personality: indirect effects of behavioural syndromes on the behaviour of others in a group-living cichlid. Animal Behaviour. 84:659-664.

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