Muffin Morris, Ph.D.

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2008 University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD, United States 
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Karen Card grad student 2008 University of South Dakota
 (Athletic training students' perceptions of peer-assisted learning in the classroom and non-classroom settings.)
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Tudor SM, Morris MR. (2009) Variation in male mate preference for female size in the swordtail Xiphophorus malinche Behaviour. 146: 727-740
Tudor MS, Morris MR. (2009) Experience plays a role in female preference for symmetry in the swordtail fish xiphophorus malinche Ethology. 115: 812-822
Lyons SM, Morris MR. (2008) Headstands: A sexually selected signal in the swordtail fish Xiphophorus nezahualcoyotl Behaviour. 145: 1247-1262
Gutiérrez-Rodríguez C, Shearer AE, Morris MR, et al. (2008) Phylogeography and monophyly of the swordtail fish species Xiphophorus birchmanni (Cyprinodontiformes, Poeciliidae) Zoologica Scripta. 37: 129-139
Morris MR, Rios-Cardenas O, Darrah A. (2008) Male mating tactics in the northern mountain swordtail fish (Xiphophorus nezahualcoyotl): Coaxing and coercing females to mate Ethology. 114: 977-988
Morris MR, Tudor MS, Dubois NS. (2007) Sexually selected signal attracted females before deterring aggression in rival males Animal Behaviour. 74: 1189-1197
Rios-Cardenas O, Tudor MS, Morris MR. (2007) Female preference variation has implications for the maintenance of an alternative mating strategy in a swordtail fish Animal Behaviour. 74: 633-640
Morris MR, Moretz JA, Farley K, et al. (2005) The role of sexual selection in the loss of sexually selected traits in the swordtail fish Xiphophorus continens Animal Behaviour. 69: 1415-1424
Hankison SJ, Morris MR. (2003) Avoiding a compromise between sexual selection and species recognition: Female swordtail fish assess multiple species-specific cues Behavioral Ecology. 14: 282-287
Just W, Morris MR. (2003) The Napoleon Complex: Why smaller males pick fights Evolutionary Ecology. 17: 509-522
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