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Val Nolan, J.D.

Affiliations: 
Biology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Bird behavior, ecology, evolution, endocrinology
Website:
http://www.indiana.edu/~kettlab/val_nolan.html
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Children

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Sharon E. Lynn research assistant Indiana University (Neurotree)
Ellen D. Ketterson grad student 1970-1974 Indiana University (Neurotree)

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John C. Wingfield collaborator Rockefeller (Neurotree)
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Clotfelter ED, Pedersen AB, Cranford JA, et al. (2007) Acorn mast drives long-term dynamics of rodent and songbird populations. Oecologia. 154: 493-503
Murray BG, Nolan V. (2007) A more informative method for analyzing reproductive success Journal of Field Ornithology. 78: 401-406
Clotfelter ED, Ray Chandler C, Nolan V, et al. (2007) The influence of exogenous testosterone on the dynamics of nestling provisioning in dark-eyed juncos Ethology. 113: 18-25
Clotfelter ED, Ray Chandler C, Nolan V, et al. (2007) The influence of exogenous testosterone on the dynamics of nestling provisioning in dark-eyed juncos Ethology. 113: 18-25
Reed WL, Clark ME, Parker PG, et al. (2006) Physiological effects on demography: a long-term experimental study of testosterone's effects on fitness. The American Naturalist. 167: 667-83
Ketterson ED, Nolan V, Sandell M. (2005) Testosterone in females: mediator of adaptive traits, constraint on sexual dimorphism, or both? The American Naturalist. 166: S85-98
McGlothlin JW, Parker PG, Nolan V, et al. (2005) Correlational selection leads to genetic integration of body size and an attractive plumage trait in dark-eyed juncos. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 59: 658-71
McGlothlin JW, Neudorf DL, Casto JM, et al. (2004) Elevated testosterone reduces choosiness in female dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis): evidence for a hormonal constraint on sexual selection? Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 271: 1377-84
Clotfelter ED, O'Neal DM, Gaudioso JM, et al. (2004) Consequences of elevating plasma testosterone in females of a socially monogamous songbird: evidence of constraints on male evolution? Hormones and Behavior. 46: 171-8
Wolf WL, Casto JM, Nolan V, et al. (2004) Female ornamentation and male mate choice in dark-eyed juncos Animal Behaviour. 67: 93-102
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