William J. Rowland, Ph.D

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Biology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
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Dzieweczynski TL, Eklund AC, Rowland WJ. (2006) Male 11-ketotestosterone levels change as a result of being watched in Siamese fighting fish, Betta splendens. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 147: 184-9
MacLaren RD, Rowland WJ. (2006) Differences in female preference for male body size in Poecilia latipinna using simultaneous versus sequential stimulus presentation designs Behaviour. 143: 273-292
David MacLaren R, Rowland WJ. (2006) Female preference for male lateral projection area in the shortfin molly, Poecilia mexicana: Evidence for a pre-existing bias in sexual selection Ethology. 112: 678-690
Dzieweczynski TL, Bessler AM, Shelton DS, et al. (2006) Effect of a dummy audience on male-male interactions in Siamese fighting fish, Betta splendens Ethology. 112: 127-133
Dzieweczynski TL, Earley RL, Green TM, et al. (2005) Audience effect is context dependent in Siamese fighting fish, Betta splendens Behavioral Ecology. 16: 1025-1030
Rowland WJ. (2004) Sexual arousal increases mate selectivity in the stickleback Behaviour. 141: 1371-1387
MacLaren RD, Rowland WJ, Morgan N. (2004) Female preferences for sailfin and body size in the sailfin molly, Poecilia latipinna Ethology. 110: 363-379
Dzieweczynski TL, Rowland WJ. (2004) Behind closed doors: Use of visual cover by courting male three-spined stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus Animal Behaviour. 68: 465-471
Rowland WJ, Grindle N, Maclaren RD, et al. (2002) Male preference for a subtle posture cue that signals spawning readiness in female sticklebacks Animal Behaviour. 63: 743-748
Rowland WJ. (2000) Habituation and development of response specificity to a sign stimulus: male preference for female courtship posture in stickleback. Animal Behaviour. 60: 63-68
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