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    1. Lange, H; Leimar, O
      The influence of predation risk on threat display in great tits

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    2. Diaz-Uriarte, R
      Territorial intrusion risk and antipredator behaviour: a mathematical model

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Taylor, PW; Hasson, O; Clark, DL
      Initiation and resolution of jumping spider contests: roles for size, proximity, and early detection of rivals

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    4. Elwood, RW; Briffa, M
      Information gathering and communication during agonistic encounters: A case study of hermit crabs

      ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR, VOL 30
    5. Hurd, PL; Enquist, M
      Threat display in birds

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    6. Switzer, PV; Stamps, JA; Mangel, M
      When should a territory resident attack?

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    7. Stamps, JA; Krishnan, VV
      How territorial animals compete for divisible space: A learning-based model with unequal competitors

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    8. Olsson, M; Shine, R
      Ownership influences the outcome of male-male contests in the scincid lizard, Niveoscincus microlepidotus

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    9. Hughes, M
      Deception with honest signals: signal residuals and signal function in snapping shrimp

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    10. Briffa, M; Elwood, RW
      The power of shell rapping influences rates of eviction in hermit crabs

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    11. Parker, GA
      Scramble in behaviour and ecology

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    12. Andersen, IL; Andenaes, H; Boe, KE; Jensen, P; Bakken, M
      The effects of weight asymmetry and resource distribution on aggression ingroups of unacquainted pigs

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    13. Crowley, PH
      Hawks, doves, and mixed-symmetry games

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    14. Schuck-Paim, C
      Orb-webs as extended-phenotypes: Web design and size assessment in contests between Nephilengys cruentata females (Araneae, Tetragnathidae)

      BEHAVIOUR
    15. Jormalainen, V; Merilaita, S; Hardling, R
      Dynamics of intersexual conflict over precopulatory mate guarding in two populations of the isopod Idotea baltica

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    16. O'Connor, KI; Metcalfe, NB; Taylor, AC
      Familiarity influences body darkening in territorial disputes between juvenile salmon

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    17. Briffa, M; Elwood, RW
      Analysis of the finescale timing of repeated signals: does shell rapping in hermit crabs signal stamina?

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    18. Wrangham, R
      Is military incompetence adaptive?

      EVOLUTION AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    19. DuRant, RH; Krowchuk, DP; Kreiter, S; Sinal, SH; Woods, CR
      Weapon carrying on school property among middle school students

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    20. Brick, O
      A test of the sequential assessment game: the effect of increased cost of sampling

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    21. Martin, J; Forsman, A
      Social costs and development of nuptial coloration in male Psammodromus algirus lizards: an experiment

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    22. Diaz-Uriarte, R
      Anti-predator behaviour changes following an aggressive encounter in the lizard Tropidurus hispidus

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    23. Neumann, DR
      Agonistic behavior in harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) in relation to the availability of haul-out space

      MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE
    24. Panhuis, TM; Wilkinson, GS
      Exaggerated male eye span influences contest outcome in stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae)

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    25. Burmeister, S; Konieczka, J; Wilczynski, W
      Agonistic encounters in a cricket frog (Acris crepitans) chorus: Behavioral outcomes vary with local competition and within the breeding season

      ETHOLOGY
    26. Stamps, JA; Krishnan, VV
      A learning-based model of territory establishment

      QUARTERLY REVIEW OF BIOLOGY
    27. Spivak, H; Christoffel, KK; Gray, HB; Hayes, M; Jenkins, R; Montes, L; Moore, CD; Bryn, S; Crosby, A; Bell, C
      The role of the pediatrician in youth violence prevention in clinical practice and at the community level

      PEDIATRICS
    28. Cutts, CJ; Metcalfe, NB; Taylor, AC
      Competitive asymmetries in territorial juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar

      OIKOS
    29. Hardling, R
      Arms races, conflict costs and evolutionary dynamics

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    30. Leiser, JK; Itzkowitz, M
      The benefits of dear enemy recognition in three-contender convict cichlid (Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum) contests

      BEHAVIOUR
    31. O'Connor, KI; Metcalfe, NB; Taylor, AC
      Does darkening signal submission in territorial contests between juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar?

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    32. McElligott, AG; Hayden, TJ
      Context-related vocalization rates of fallow bucks, Dama dama

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    33. Swaisgood, RR; Owings, DH; Rowe, MP
      Conflict and assessment in a predator-prey system: ground squirrels versusrattlesnakes

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    34. BLACK MM; HOWARD DE; KIM N; RICARDO IB
      INTERVENTIONS TO PREVENT VIOLENCE AMONG AFRICAN-AMERICAN ADOLESCENTS FROM LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES

      Aggression and violent behaviour
    35. WILLIAMS JH; STIFFMAN AR; ONEAL JL
      VIOLENCE AMONG URBAN AFRICAN-AMERICAN YOUTHS - AN ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL RISK-FACTORS

      Social work research
    36. PARKER GA; PARTRIDGE L
      SEXUAL CONFLICT AND SPECIATION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    37. KARPLUS I; FIEDLER GC; RAMCHARAN P
      THE INTRASPECIFIC FIGHTING BEHAVIOR OF THE HAWAIIAN BOXER CRAB, LYBIA-EDMONDSONI - FIGHTING WITH DANGEROUS WEAPONS

      Symbiosis
    38. LADICH F
      SOUND CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOME OF CONTESTS IN MALE CROAKING GOURAMIS (TELEOSTEI)

      Ethology
    39. MOLINABORJA M; PADRONFUMERO M; ALFONSOMARTIN T
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL TRAITS AFFECTING THE INTENSITY AND OUTCOME OF MALE CONTESTS IN GALLOTIA-GALLOTI GALLOTI (FAMILY LACERTIDAE)

      Ethology
    40. HARDY ICW
      BUTTERFLY BATTLES - ON CONVENTIONAL CONTESTS AND HOT PROPERTY

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    41. JENSEN P; YNGVESSON J
      AGGRESSION BETWEEN UNACQUAINTED PIGS - SEQUENTIAL ASSESSMENT AND EFFECTS OF FAMILIARITY AND WEIGHT

      Applied animal behaviour science
    42. PUNZO F
      INTRASPECIFIC MALE-AGGRESSION IN ARENOTHERUS-JOSHUAENSIS BROOKHART AND MUMA, AND EREMOBATES-MARATHONI MUMA (SOLIFUGAE, EREMOBATIDAE)

      The Southwestern naturalist
    43. ELWOOD RW; WOOD KE; GALLAGHER MB; DICK JTA
      PROBING MOTIVATIONAL STATE DURING AGONISTIC ENCOUNTERS IN ANIMALS

      Nature
    44. JONSSON E; JOHNSSON JI; BJORNSSON BT
      GROWTH-HORMONE INCREASES AGGRESSIVE-BEHAVIOR IN JUVENILE RAINBOW-TROUT

      Hormones and behavior
    45. SCOTT GW; DEAG JM
      BLUE TIT (PARUS-CAERULEUS) AGONISTIC DISPLAYS - A REAPPRAISAL

      Behaviour
    46. WISE SE; JAEGER RG
      THE INFLUENCE OF TAIL AUTOTOMY ON AGONISTIC BEHAVIOR IN A TERRITORIALSALAMANDER

      Animal behaviour
    47. STUTT AD; WILLMER P
      TERRITORIAL DEFENSE IN SPECKLED WOOD BUTTERFLIES - DO THE HOTTEST MALES ALWAYS WIN

      Animal behaviour
    48. Putland, DA; Goldizen, AW
      Territorial behaviour in the Tasmanian native hen: group and individual performance

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    49. LOEBER R; STOUTHAMERLOEBER M
      DEVELOPMENT OF JUVENILE AGGRESSION AND VIOLENCE - SOME COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS AND CONTROVERSIES

      The American psychologist
    50. OSSOWSKA G; KLENKMAJEWSKA B; SZYMCZYK G
      THE EFFECT OF NMDA ANTAGONISTS ON FOOTSHOCK-INDUCED FIGHTING BEHAVIORIN CHRONICALLY STRESSED RATS

      Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
    51. BEAUGRAND JP
      RESOLUTION OF AGONISTIC CONFLICTS IN DYADS OF ACQUAINTED GREEN SWORDTAILS (XIPHOPHORUS-HELLERI) - A GAME WITH PERFECT INFORMATION (VOL 41, PG 79, 1997)

      Behavioural processes
    52. MARTIN F; BEAUGRAND JP; LAGUE PC
      THE ROLE OF HENS WEIGHT AND RECENT EXPERIENCE ON DYADIC CONFLICT OUTCOME

      Behavioural processes
    53. BEAUGRAND JP
      RESOLUTION OF AGONISTIC CONFLICTS IN DYADS OF ACQUAINTED GREEN SWORDTAILS (XIPHOPHORUS-HELLERI) - A GAME WITH PERFECT INFORMATION

      Behavioural processes
    54. MIKLOSI A; HALLER J; CSANYI V
      LEARNING ABOUT THE OPPONENT DURING AGGRESSIVE ENCOUNTERS IN PARADISE FISH (MACROPODUS-OPERCULARIS L) - WHEN IT TAKES PLACE

      Behavioural processes
    55. PELLIS SM
      TARGETS AND TACTICS - THE ANALYSIS OF MOMENT-TO-MOMENT DECISION-MAKING IN ANIMAL COMBAT

      Aggressive behavior
    56. MCNAMARA JM; WEBB JN; COLLINS EJ; SZEKELY T; HOUSTON AI
      A GENERAL TECHNIQUE FOR COMPUTING EVOLUTIONARILY STABLE STRATEGIES BASED ON ERRORS IN DECISION-MAKING

      Journal of theoretical biology
    57. MEZZACAPPA E; TREMBLAY RE; KINDLON D; SAUL JP; ARSENEAULT L; SEGUIN J; PIHL RO; EARLS F
      ANXIETY, ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR, AND HEART-RATE REGULATION IN ADOLESCENTMALES

      Journal of child psychology and psychiatry and allied disciplines
    58. GUIASU RC; DUNHAM DW
      INITIATION AND OUTCOME OF AGONISTIC CONTESTS IN MALE FORM-I CAMBARUS-ROBUSTUS GIRARD, 1852 CRAYFISH (DECAPODA, CAMBARIDAE)

      Crustaceana
    59. PAYNE RJH; PAGEL M
      WHY DO ANIMALS REPEAT DISPLAYS

      Animal behaviour
    60. WHITEHOUSE MEA
      EXPERIENCE INFLUENCES MALE-MALE CONTESTS IN THE SPIDER ARGYRODES ANTIPODIANA (THERIDIIDAE, ARANEAE)

      Animal behaviour
    61. HACK MA
      ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES IN THE CONTESTS OF MALE CRICKETS, ACHETA-DOMESTICUS (L)

      Animal behaviour
    62. EVANS MR; NORRIS K
      THE IMPORTANCE OF CAROTENOIDS IN SIGNALING DURING AGGRESSIVE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MALE FIREMOUTH CICHLIDS (CICHLASOMA-MEEKI)

      Behavioral ecology
    63. RODRIGUEZGIRONES MA; DRUMMOND H; KACELNIK A
      EFFECT OF FOOD-DEPRIVATION ON DOMINANCE STATUS IN BLUE-FOOTED BOOBY (SULA-NEBOUXII) BROODS

      Behavioral ecology
    64. MCKILLUP SC; MCKILLUP RV
      THE FEEDING-BEHAVIOR OF THALAMITA-CRENATA (PORTUNIDAE, DECAPODA), A CANNIBALISTIC MARINE SCAVENGER

      Marine and freshwater behaviour and physiology
    65. HUGHES M
      SIZE ASSESSMENT VIA A VISUAL SIGNAL IN SNAPPING SHRIMP

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    66. HURD PL; YDENBERG RC
      CALCULATING THE ESS LEVEL OF INFORMATION-TRANSFER IN AGGRESSIVE COMMUNICATION

      Evolutionary ecology
    67. JABLONSKI PG; WILCOX RS
      SIGNALING ASYMMETRY IN THE COMMUNICATION OF THE WATER-STRIDER AQUARIUS-REMIGIS IN THE CONTEXT OF DOMINANCE AND SPACING IN THE NONMATING SEASON

      Ethology
    68. PAYNE RJH; PAGEL M
      ESCALATION AND TIME COSTS IN DISPLAYS OF ENDURANCE

      Journal of theoretical biology
    69. MESTERTONGIBBONS M; MARDEN JH; DUGATKIN LA
      ON WARS OF ATTRITION WITHOUT ASSESSMENT

      Journal of theoretical biology
    70. LUNDRIGAN B
      MORPHOLOGY OF HORNS AND FIGHTING BEHAVIOR IN THE FAMILY BOVIDAE

      Journal of mammalogy
    71. TERRY LI; DYRESON E
      BEHAVIOR OF FRANKLINIELLA-OCCIDENTALIS (THYSANOPTERA, THRIPIDAE) WITHIN AGGREGATIONS, AND MORPHOMETRIC CORRELATES OF FIGHTING

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    72. BEAUGRAND JP; PAYETTE D; GOULET C
      CONFLICT OUTCOME IN MALE GREEN SWORDTAIL FISH DYADS (XIPHOPHORUS-HELLERI) - INTERACTION OF BODY-SIZE, PRIOR DOMINANCE SUBORDINATION EXPERIENCE, AND PRIOR RESIDENCY/

      Behaviour
    73. MORRIS MR; GASS L; RYAN MJ
      ASSESSMENT AND INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION OF OPPONENTS IN THE PYGMY SWORDTAILS XIPHOPHORUS-NIGRENSIS AND XIPHOPHORUS-MULTILINEATUS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    74. DALE S; SLAGSVOLD T
      FEMALE CONTESTS FOR NEST SITES AND MATES IN THE PIED FLYCATCHER FICEDULA-HYPOLEUCA

      Ethology
    75. ITZKOWITZ M; ITZKOWITZ DE; SHELLY D
      TERRITORY USE AND DISUSE IN THE BEAUGREGORY DAMSELFISH

      Bulletin of marine science
    76. MIKLOSI A; HALLER J; CSANYI V
      THE INFLUENCE OF OPPONENT-RELATED AND OUTCOME-RELATED MEMORY ON REPEATED AGGRESSIVE ENCOUNTERS IN THE PARADISE FISH (MACROPODUS-OPERCULARIS)

      The Biological bulletin
    77. HODGE MA; UETZ GW
      A COMPARISON OF AGONISTIC BEHAVIOR OF COLONIAL WEB-BUILDING SPIDERS FROM DESERT AND TROPICAL HABITATS

      Animal behaviour
    78. JOHANSSON A; ENGLUND G
      A PREDATOR-PREY GAME BETWEEN BULLHEADS AND CASE-MAKING CADDIS LARVAE

      Animal behaviour
    79. CLUTTONBROCK TH; PARKER GA
      SEXUAL COERCION IN ANIMAL SOCIETIES

      Animal behaviour
    80. SCHNEIDERSTOCK R; EPPLEN JT
      CONGENIC AB MICE - A NOVEL MEANS FOR STUDYING THE (MOLECULAR) GENETICS OF AGGRESSION

      Behavior genetics
    81. HALEY MP
      RESOURCE-HOLDING POWER ASYMMETRIES, THE PRIOR RESIDENCE EFFECT, AND REPRODUCTIVE PAYOFFS IN MALE NORTHERN ELEPHANT SEAL FIGHTS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    82. MESTERTONGIBBONS M
      THE HAWK-DOVE GAME REVISITED - EFFECTS OF CONTINUOUS VARIATION IN RESOURCE-HOLDING POTENTIAL ON THE FREQUENCY OF ESCALATION

      Evolutionary ecology
    83. SMITH IP; HUNTINGFORD FA; ATKINSON RJA; TAYLOR AC
      MATE COMPETITION IN THE VELVET SWIMMING CRAB NECORA PUBER - EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED RESOURCE VALUE ON MALE AGONISTIC BEHAVIOR

      Marine Biology
    84. STAMPS JA; KRISHNAN VV
      TERRITORY ACQUISITION IN LIZARDS .2. ESTABLISHING SOCIAL AND SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS

      Animal behaviour
    85. SMITH IP; HUNTINGFORD FA; ATKINSON RJA; TAYLOR AC
      STRATEGIC DECISIONS DURING AGONISTIC BEHAVIOR IN THE VELVET SWIMMING CRAB, NECORA PUBER (L)

      Animal behaviour
    86. MCCOMB K; PACKER C; PUSEY A
      ROARING AND NUMERICAL ASSESSMENT IN CONTESTS BETWEEN GROUPS OF FEMALELIONS, PANTHERA LEO

      Animal behaviour
    87. SCHICKNICK H; HOFFMANN HJ; SCHNEIDER R; CRUSIO WE
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF ISOLATION-INDUCED AGGRESSION IN THE MOUSE .3. CLASSICAL CROSS-BREEDING ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 2 CLOSELY RELATED INBRED STRAINS

      Behavioral and neural biology
    88. ENDERS MM
      THE EFFECT OF MALE SIZE AND OPERATIONAL SEX-RATIO ON MALE MATING SUCCESS IN THE COMMON SPIDER-MITE, TETRANYCHUS-URTICAE KOCH (ACARI, TETRANYCHIDAE)

      Animal behaviour
    89. DODSON GN; BECK MW
      PRE-COPULATORY GUARDING OF PENULTIMATE FEMALES BY MALE CRAB SPIDERS, MISUMENOIDES-FORMOSIPES

      Animal behaviour
    90. MCMANN S
      CONTEXTUAL SIGNALING AND THE STRUCTURE OF DYADIC ENCOUNTERS IN ANOLIS-CAROLINENSIS

      Animal behaviour
    91. POPOVA NK; NIKULINA EM; KULIKOV AV
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF AGGRESSIVE-BEHAVIOR

      Behavior genetics


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