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Publications

Zanette, L.Y. & Clinchy, M. (2017). Predator–Prey Interactions: Integrating Fear Effects. In, Call, J., Burghardt, G.M., Pepperberg, I.M., Snowdon, C.T., Zentall, T. (Eds.), APA handbook of comparative psychology: Basic concepts, methods, neural substrate, and behavior (pp. 815-831). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association.

Suraci, J. P., Clinchy, M., Roberts, D. J., & Zanette, L. Y. (2017). Eavesdropping in solitary large carnivores: Black bears advance and vocalize toward cougar playbacks. Ethology123(9), 593-599.

Suraci, J. P., Clinchy, M., & Zanette, L. Y. (2017). Do Large Carnivores and Mesocarnivores Have Redundant Impacts on Intertidal Prey?. PloS one12(1), e0170255.

Walters, B. T., Cheng, T. N. N., Doyle, J., Guglielmo, C. G., Clinchy, M., & Zanette, L. Y. (2017). Too important to tamper with: predation risk affects body mass and escape behaviour but not escape ability. Functional Ecology.

Clinchy, M., Zanette, L. Y., Roberts, D., Suraci, J. P., Buesching, C. D., Newman, C., & Macdonald, D. W. (2016). Fear of the human “super predator” far exceeds the fear of large carnivores in a model mesocarnivore. Behavioral Ecology27(6), 1826-1832.

Suraci, J. P., Clinchy, M., Mugerwa, B., Delsey, M., Macdonald, D. W., Smith, J. A., ... & Zanette, L. Y. (2016). A new Automated Behavioural Response system to integrate playback experiments into camera trap studies. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Suraci, J. P., Clinchy, M., Dill, L. M., Roberts, D., & Zanette, L. Y. (2016). Fear of large carnivores causes a trophic cascade. Nature communications7.

Suraci, J. P., Roberts, D. J., Clinchy, M., & Zanette, L. Y. (2016). Fearlessness towards extirpated large carnivores may exacerbate the impacts of naïve mesocarnivores. Behavioral Ecology, 28, 439-447.

Wang, X., Zanette, L. Y., & Zou, X. (2016). Modelling the fear effect in predator–prey interactions. Journal of mathematical biology73(5), 1179-1204.

Zanette, L. Y., & Clinchy, M. (2016). Fear of predators as an ecosystem service. PeerJ Preprints. 4: e2353v1.

Swan, D. C., Zanette, L. Y., & Clinchy, M. (2015). Brood parasites manipulate their hosts: experimental evidence for the farming hypothesis. Animal Behaviour105, 29-35.

Zanette, L. Y., & Sih, A. (2015). Gordon Research Conference on Predator–Prey Interactions: from Genes, to Ecosystems to Human Mental Health. The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America96(1), 165-173.

Suraci, J. P., Clinchy, M., Zanette, L. Y., Currie, C. M., & Dill, L. M. (2014). Mammalian mesopredators on islands directly impact both terrestrial and marine communities. Oecologia176(4), 1087-1100.

Zanette, L. Y., Clinchy, M., & Suraci, J. P. (2014). Diagnosing predation risk effects on demography: can measuring physiology provide the means?. Oecologia176(3), 637-651.

Clinchy, M., Sheriff, M. J., & Zanette, L. Y. (2013). Predator‐induced stress and the ecology of fear. Functional Ecology27(1), 56-65.

Decaire, R., Zanette, L. Y., & Clinchy, M. (2013). Brood parasitism causes female‐biased host nestling mortality regardless of parasite species. Ibis155(2), 367-376.

Newman, A. E. M., Zanette, L. Y., Clinchy, M., Goodenough, N., & Soma, K. K. (2013). Stress in the wild: chronic predator pressure and acute restraint affect plasma DHEA and corticosterone levels in a songbird. Stress16(3), 363-367.

Zanette, L. Y., Hobson, K. A., Clinchy, M., Travers, M., & Williams, T. D. (2013). Food use is affected by the experience of nest predation: implications for indirect predator effects on clutch size. Oecologia172(4), 1031-1039.

Zanette, L. Y., Clinchy, M., Leonard, M. L., Horn, A. G., Haydon, D. T., & Hampson, E. (2012). Brood‐parasite‐induced female‐biased mortality affects songbird demography: negative implications for conservation. Oikos121(9), 1493-1500.

Clinchy, M., Schulkin, J., Zanette, L. Y., Sheriff, M. J., McGowan, P. O., & Boonstra, R. (2011). The neurological ecology of fear: insights neuroscientists and ecologists have to offer one another. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience5, 21.

Clinchy, M., Zanette, L. Y., Charlier, T. D., Newman, A. E., Schmidt, K. L., Boonstra, R., & Soma, K. K. (2011). Multiple measures elucidate glucocorticoid responses to environmental variation in predation threat. Oecologia166(3), 607-614. 

MacDougall-Shackleton, E. A., Clinchy, M., Zanette, L. Y., & Neff, B. D. (2011). Songbird genetic diversity is lower in anthropogenically versus naturally fragmented landscapes. Conservation Genetics12(5), 1195-1203.

Zanette, L. Y., White, A. F., Allen, M. C., & Clinchy, M. (2011). Perceived predation risk reduces the number of offspring songbirds produce per year. Science334(6061), 1398-1401.

Travers, M., Clinchy, M., Zanette, L., Boonstra, R., & Williams, T. D. (2010). Indirect predator effects on clutch size and the cost of egg production. Ecology Letters13(8), 980-988.

Zanette, L., & Clinchy, M. (2010). Food supplementation leads to bottom‐up and top‐down food–host–parasite interactions. Journal of animal ecology79(6), 1172-1180.

Zanette, L., Clinchy, M., & Sung, H. C. (2009). Food-supplementing parents reduces their sons' song repertoire size. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences276(1668), 2855-2860.

Pagnucco, K., Zanette, L., Clinchy, M., & Leonard, M. L. (2008). Sheep in wolf's clothing: host nestling vocalizations resemble their cowbird competitor's. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences275(1638), 1061-1065. 

Kempster, B., Zanette, L., Longstaffe, F. J., MacDougall-Shackleton, S. A., Wingfield, J. C., & Clinchy, M. (2007). Do stable isotopes reflect nutritional stress? Results from a laboratory experiment on song sparrows. Oecologia151(3), 365-371.

Pfaff, J. A., Zanette, L., MacDougall-Shackleton, S. A., & MacDougall-Shackleton, E. A. (2007). Song repertoire size varies with HVC volume and is indicative of male quality in song sparrows (Melospiza melodia). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences274(1621), 2035-2040.

Zanette, L., Haydon, D. T., Smith, J. N., Taitt, M. J., & Clinchy, M. (2007). Reassessing the cowbird threat. The Auk124(1), 210-223.

MacDonald, I. F., Kempster, B., Zanette, L., & MacDougall-Shackleton, S. A. (2006). Early nutritional stress impairs development of a song-control brain region in both male and female juvenile song sparrows (Melospiza melodia) at the onset of song learning. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences273(1600), 2559-2564.

Rastogi, A. D., Zanette, L., & Clinchy, M. (2006). Food availability affects diurnal nest predation and adult antipredator behaviour in song sparrows, Melospiza melodia. Animal Behaviour72(4), 933-940.

Zanette, L., Clinchy, M., & Smith, J. N. (2006). Food and predators affect egg production in song sparrows. Ecology87(10), 2459-2467.

Zanette, L., Clinchy, M., & Smith, J. N. (2006). Combined food and predator effects on songbird nest survival and annual reproductive success: results from a bi-factorial experiment. Oecologia147(4), 632-640.

Zanette, L., MacDougall-Shakleton, E., Clinchy, M., & Smith, J. N. (2005). Brown‐headed Cowbirds skew host offspring sex ratios. Ecology86(4), 815-820.

MacDougall-Shackleton, S. A., MacDonald, I. F., Kempster, B., & Zanette, L. (2005, December). Nutritional stress, brain development and song repertoires in song sparrows. In Integrative and Comparative Biology (Vol. 45, pp. 1036-1036). Journals Dept, 2001 Evans Rd, Cary, NC 27513 USA: Oxford Univ. Press Inc.

Clinchy, M., Taylor, A. C., Zanette, L. Y., Krebs, C. J., & Jarman, P. J. (2004). Body size, age and paternity in common brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula). Molecular Ecology13(1), 195-202.

Clinchy, M., Zanette, L., Boonstra, R., Wingfield, J. C., & Smith, J. N. (2004). Balancing food and predator pressure induces chronic stress in songbirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences271(1556), 2473-2479.

Smith, J. N., Taitt, M. J., Zanette, L., & Myers-Smith, I. H. (2003). How do Brown-headed Cowbirds (Molothrus ater) cause nest failures in Song Sparrows (Melospiza melodia)? A removal experiment. The Auk120(3), 772-783.

Zanette, L., Smith, J. N., van Oort, H., & Clinchy, M. (2003). Synergistic effects of food and predators on annual reproductive success in song sparrows. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences270(1517), 799-803.

Smith, J. N., Taitt, M. J., & Zanette, L. (2002). Removing Brown-headed cowbirds increases seasonal fecundity and population growth in song sparrows. Ecology83(11), 3037-3047.

Zanette, L. (2002). What do artificial nests tells us about nest predation?. Biological conservation103(3), 323-329.

Zanette, L. (2001). Indicators of habitat quality and the reproductive output of a forest songbird in small and large fragments. Journal of Avian Biology32(1), 38-46.

Zanette, L. (2000). Fragment size and the demography of an area‐sensitive songbird. Journal of Animal Ecology69(3), 458-470.

Zanette, L., Doyle, P., & Trémont, S. M. (2000). Food shortage in small fragments: evidence from an area‐sensitive passerine. Ecology81(6), 1654-1666.

Zanette, L., & Jenkins, B. (2000). Nesting success and nest predators in forest fragments: a study using real and artificial nests. The Auk117(2), 445-454.

Leonard, M. L., & Zanette, L. (1998). Female mate choice and male behaviour in domestic fowl. Animal behaviour56(5), 1099-1105.

Zanette, L. Y. (1997). Predation of an Eastern Yellow Robin nest by a small bird, the Brown-headed Honeyeater. Australian Field Ornithology17(3).

Leonard, M. L., Zanette, L., & Clinchy, M. (1996). The effect of early exposure to the opposite sex on mate choice in White Leghorn chickens. Applied Animal Behaviour Science48(1-2), 15-23.

Herz, R. S., Zanette, L., & Sherry, D. F. (1994). Spatial cues for cache retrieval by black-capped chickadees. Animal Behaviour48(2), 343-351.

Zanette, L., & Ratcliffe, L. M. (1994). Social rank influences conspicuous behaviour of black-capped chickadees, Parus atricapillus. Animal Behaviour48(1), 119-127.

Leonard, M. L., Zanette, L., & Fairfull, R. W. (1993). Early exposure to females affects interactions between male White Leghorn chickens. Applied Animal Behaviour Science36(1), 29-38.

Leonard, M. L., Zanette, L., Thompson, B. K., & Fairfull, R. W. (1993). Early exposure to the opposite sex affects mating behaviour in White Leghorn chickens. Applied Animal Behaviour Science37(1), 57-67.

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