Andrea S. Grunst, Ph.D.

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2013 Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
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Behavioral Sciences Psychology
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John T. Rotenberry grad student 2013 UC Riverside
 (Condition-Dependence, Reproductive Strategies, and the Information Content of Multiple Sexual Pigments in the Yellow Warbler (Setophaga petechia).)
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Grunst ML, Grunst AS, Pinxten R, et al. (2021) Variable and consistent traffic noise negatively affect the sleep behavior of a free-living songbird. The Science of the Total Environment. 778: 146338
Thys B, Grunst AS, Staes N, et al. (2021) The serotonin transporter gene and female personality variation in a free-living passerine. Scientific Reports. 11: 8577
Grunst ML, Grunst AS, Pinxten R, et al. (2021) Little parental response to anthropogenic noise in an urban songbird, but evidence for individual differences in sensitivity. The Science of the Total Environment. 769: 144554
Grunst AS, Grunst ML, Pinxten R, et al. (2020) Sources of individual variation in problem-solving performance in urban great tits (Parus major): Exploring effects of metal pollution, urban disturbance and personality. The Science of the Total Environment. 749: 141436
Grunst ML, Grunst AS, Pinxten R, et al. (2020) Anthropogenic noise is associated with telomere length and carotenoid-based coloration in free-living nestling songbirds. Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 260: 114032
Grunst ML, Raap T, Grunst AS, et al. (2019) Early-life exposure to artificial light at night elevates physiological stress in free-living songbirds. Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 259: 113895
Grunst ML, Grunst AS, Pinxten R, et al. (2019) Carotenoid- but not melanin-based plumage coloration is negatively related to metal exposure and proximity to the road in an urban songbird. Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 113473
Grunst A, Grunst ML, Daem N, et al. (2019) An important personality trait varies with blood and plumage metal concentrations in a free-living songbird. Environmental Science & Technology
Grunst AS, Grunst ML, Korody ML, et al. (2019) Extrapair mating and the strength of sexual selection: insights from a polymorphic species. Behavioral Ecology : Official Journal of the International Society For Behavioral Ecology. 30: 278-290
Grunst ML, Raap T, Grunst AS, et al. (2019) Artificial light at night does not affect telomere shortening in a developing free-living songbird: A field experiment: Artificial light at night and telomere dynamics. The Science of the Total Environment. 662: 266-275
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