Mabry, K.E. 2014. Effects of sex and population density on dispersal and spatial genetic structure in brush mice. Journal of Mammalogy, in press. (link coming soon)
Throop, H.L, K.E. Mabry, S.J. McCauley and K.D. Glazewski. 2013. A response to Lockwood, Reiners, and Reiners. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11:525-526.
Kelley, R.A., F.R.Castelli, K.E. Mabry and N.G.Solomon. 2013. Effects of experience and avpr1a microsatellite length on parental care in male prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67:985-992. doi:10.1007/s00265-013-1524-7
Mabry, K.E., E.L. Shelley, K.E. Davis, D.T. Blumsteinand D.H. Van Vuren. 2013. Social mating system and sex-biased dispersal in mammals and birds: a phylogenetic analysis. PLoS One 8:e57980. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0057980
Chesh, A.S., K.E. Mabry, B. Keane, D.A. Noe and N.G. Solomon. 2012. Are body mass and parasite load related to social partnerships and mating in Microtus ochrogaster? Journal of Mammalogy 93:229-238.
Streatfeild, C.A., K.E. Mabry, B. Keane, T.O. Crist, and N.G. Solomon. 2011. Intraspecific variability in the social and genetic mating systems of prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Animal Behaviour 82:1387-1398.
McCauley, S.J. and K.E. Mabry. 2011. Climate change, body size, and phenotype dependent dispersal. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26:554-555.
Mabry, K.E., C.A. Streatfeild, B. Keane, and N.G. Solomon. 2011. avpr1a length polymorphism is not associated with either social or genetic monogamy in free-living prairie voles. Animal Behaviour 81:11-18. (January 2011 “In Focus” article)
Henterly, A.C., K.E. Mabry, N.G. Solomon, A.S. Chesh, and B. Keane. 2011. Comparison of morphological versus molecular characters for discriminating between sympatric meadow and prairie voles. American Midland Naturalist 165:412-420.
Wilson, J.A. and K.E. Mabry. 2010. Trapping mammals in a cautious world: the effect of disinfectants on trap success. Western North American Naturalist 70:467-473.
Mabry, K.E. and J.A. Stamps. 2008. Searching for a new home: decision making by dispersing brush mice. The American Naturalist 172:625-634.
Mabry, K.E. and J.A. Stamps. 2008. Dispersing brush mice prefer habitat like home. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 275:543-548.
Mabry, K.E., E.A. Dreelin, and G.W. Barrett. 2003. Influence of landscape elements on population densities and habitat utilization of three small mammal species. Journal of Mammalogy 84:20-25.
Mabry, K.E. and G.W. Barrett. 2002. Effects of corridors on home range sizes and interpatch movements of three small mammal species. Landscape Ecology 17:629-636.
Barrett, G.W. and K.E. Mabry. 2002. Twentieth-century classic books and benchmark publications in biology. BioScience 52:282-285.
Book Chapters and Book Reviews
Mabry, K.E. and N. Pinter-Wollman. 2010. Spatial Orientation and Time: Methods. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Behaviour. Vol. 3, pp. 33-40. M. Breed and J. Moore, eds. Elsevier, Oxford, UK.
Pinter-Wollman, N. and K.E. Mabry. 2010. Remote-sensing of Behavior. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Behaviour. Vol. 3, pp. 308-314. M. Breed and J. Moore, eds. Elsevier, Oxford, UK.
Mabry, K.E. and J.L. Hartman. 2004. Mammals of Quail Ridge. In: The Natural History of the Quail Ridge Reserve. D.A. Kelt, ed. University of California Natural Reserve System, Berkeley, CA.
Bell, A.M., J. M. Davis, J. L. DeBose, J. C. Johnson, S. J. Long, K. E. Mabry, T. Stankowich, and J. V. Watters. 2002. Behavioral ecology’s greatest hits. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17:296.