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21. Downs*, C.J. and N.A. Dochtermann*. (2014) Testing hypotheses in ecoimmunology using mixed models: disentangling hierarchical correlations.
Integrative and Comparative Biology. in press.
*these authors contributed equally; authorship order determined by rock-paper-scissors
20. Dingemanse, N.J. and N.A. Dochtermann. (2014) Individual behaviour: behavioural ecology meets quantitative genetics. In: Charmantier A, Garant D, Kruuk LEB, editors. Quantitative genetics in the wild; Oxford University Press (link)
19. N.A. Dochtermann and N.J. Dingemanse. (2013) Behavioral syndromes as evolutionary constraints.
Behavioral Ecology. 24:806-811 (link)
(selected as the issue's "Editor's choice" recommended article, Faculty of 1000 recommended!)
Ecology Letters 15:986-992. (link)
18. Dingemanse, N.J. and N.A. Dochtermann. (2013) Quantifying individual variation in behaviour: mixed-effect modelling approaches.
Journal of Animal Ecology. 82:39-54. (link)
associated website: https://sites.google.com/site/howtoquantifybehaviour/
17. Dochtermann, N.A. and M.M. Peacock. (2013) Inter- and intra-specific patterns of density-dependence and population size variability in Salmoniformes.
Oecologia. 171:153-162. (link)
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 66:1543-1548 (link)
15. Sprenger, D., N.J. Dingemanse, N.A. Dochtermann, J. Theobald, and S.P.W. Walker. (2012) Aggressive females become aggressive males in a sex-changing reef fish.
(covered by Nature as a Research Highlight!, Faculty of 1000 recommended, coverage on Aus.BC science page, and at NDSU)
14. Dochtermann, N.A., S.H. Jenkins, M.J. Swartz and A.C. Hargett. (2012) The roles of competition and environmental heterogeneity in the maintenance of behavioral variation and covariation.
Ecology 93:1330-1339. (link)
13. Peacock, M.M.* and N.A. Dochtermann*. (2012) Evolutionary potential but not extinction risk of Lahontan cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii henshawi) is associated with stream characteristics.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69:615-626. (link)
*these authors contributed equally
12. Dochtermann, N.A. and C.M. Gienger. (2012) Individual variability in life-history traits drives population size stability.
Current Zoology. 58:359-363 (link)
Evolution. 65:1814-1820. (DOI)
10. Dochtermann, N.A. and S.H. Jenkins. 2011. Multivariate methods and small sample sizes.
Ethology. 117:95-101. (DOI)
9. Dochtermann, N.A. and S.H. Jenkins. 2011. Developing hypotheses in behavioral ecology.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 65:37-45. (invited paper) (DOI)
One of the top 10 downloaded papers from BES for 2011!!
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 365:4013-4020. (invited paper) (DOI)
7. Swartz, M., S.H. Jenkins and N.A. Dochtermann. 2010. Coexisting desert rodents differ in microhabitat preferences for cache placement and pilferage.
Journal of Mammalogy. 91:1261-1268. (DOI)
6. Dochtermann, N.A. and M.M. Peacock. 2010. Differences in population size variability among populations and species of the family Salmonidae.
Journal of Animal Ecology. 79:888-896. (DOI)
5. Dochtermann, N.A. 2010. Behavioral syndromes and the importance of carry-over effects, the false-discovery rate and a priori hypotheses.
Behavioral Ecology 21:437-439. (DOI)
4. Dingemanse*, N.J., N. Dochtermann* and J. Wright. 2010 A method for exploring the structure of behavioural syndromes to allow formal comparison within and between datasets.
Animal Behavior 79:439-450 (DOI)
*these authors contriuted equally
Behavioral Ecology 20:1363-1375 (DOI)
2. Dochtermann, N. A., and S. H. Jenkins. 2007. Behavioural syndromes in Merriam's kangaroo rats (Dipodomys merriami): a test of competing hypotheses.
Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 274:2343-2349. (Featured Article on PRSB website)
1. Salmon T.P. and N.A. Dochtermann. 2006. Rodenticide ingredient acceptance by Norway Rats (Rattus norvegicus), California ground squirrels (Spermophilus beecheyi) and pocket gophers (Thomomys bottae). Pest Management Science. 62:678-683
***please note that in the Dingemanse et al. (2010) and Garamszegi et al. (2009) papers I was listed as N. Dochtermann***