Adam L. Crane
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Predator‐recognition training: a conservation strategy to increase postrelease survival of hellbenders in head‐starting programs
AL Crane, A Mathis
Zoo Biology 30 (6), 611-622, 2011
Social learning of predation risk: a review and prospectus
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Social learning theory: Phylogenetic considerations across animal, plant …, 2013
Patterns of predator neophobia: a meta-analytic review
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1861), 20170583, 2017
Do gill parasites influence the foraging and antipredator behaviour of rainbow darters, Etheostoma caeruleum?
AL Crane, AK Fritts, A Mathis, JC Lisek, MC Barnhart
Animal Behaviour 82 (4), 817-823, 2011
Getting ready for invasions: can background level of risk predict the ability of naive prey to survive novel predators?
MCO Ferrari, AL Crane, GE Brown, DP Chivers
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-7, 2015
The effect of reproductive condition on thermoregulation in female Agkistrodon piscivorus near the northwestern range limit
AL Crane, BD Greene
Herpetologica 64 (2), 156-167, 2008
Minnows trust conspecifics more than themselves when faced with conflicting information about predation risk
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Animal Behaviour 100, 184-190, 2015
A cross-modal effect of noise: the disappearance of the alarm reaction of a freshwater fish
MR Hasan, AL Crane, MCO Ferrari, DP Chivers
Animal cognition 21 (3), 419-424, 2018
Uncertainty in risky environments: a high-risk phenotype interferes with social learning about risk and safety
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Animal Behaviour 119, 49-57, 2016
Social learning in a high-risk environment: incomplete disregard for the ‘minnow that cried pike’results in culturally transmitted neophobia
AL Crane, AGE Mathiron, MCO Ferrari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1812), 20150934, 2015
Certainty and the cognitive ecology of generalization of predator recognition
MCO Ferrari, AL Crane, DP Chivers
Animal Behaviour 111, 207-211, 2016
Socially facilitated antipredator behavior by ringed salamanders (Ambystoma annulatum)
AL Crane, A Mathis, C McGrane
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 1-7, 2012
Behavioral and physiological responses of Ozark zigzag salamanders to stimuli from an invasive predator: the armadillo
AL Crane, CE McGrane, A Mathis
International Journal of Ecology 2012, 2011
An ecological framework of neophobia: from cells to organisms to populations
AL Crane, GE Brown, DP Chivers, MCO Ferrari
Biological Reviews 95 (1), 218-231, 2020
Trust thy neighbour in times of trouble: background risk alters how tadpoles release and respond to disturbance cues
KR Bairos-Novak, MD Mitchell, AL Crane, DP Chivers, MCO Ferrari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1863), 20171465, 2017
Landmark learning by the Ozark zigzag salamander Plethodon angusticlavius
AL Crane, A Mathis
Curr. Zool 57, 485-490, 2011
Evidence for risk extrapolation in decision making by tadpoles
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Scientific Reports 7, 43255, 2017
Behavioural responses to alarm cues by free-ranging rainbow darters (Etheostoma caeruleum)
AL Crane, D Woods, A Mathis
Behaviour 146 (11), 1565-1572, 2009
Experience with predators shapes learning rules in larval amphibians
AL Crane, BS Demuth, MCO Ferrari
Behavioral Ecology 28 (1), 312-318, 2017
Chronic exposure to dietary selenomethionine dysregulates the genes involved in serotonergic neurotransmission and alters social and antipredator behaviours in zebrafish (Danio …
A Attaran, A Salahinejad, AL Crane, S Niyogi, DP Chivers
Environmental Pollution 246, 837-844, 2019
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