Alicia Mathis, Ph.D./M.S./B.S.

Affiliations: 
1993- Biology Missouri State University, Springfield, MO, United States 
Area:
chemical communication; alarm cues; territoriality; amphibian conservation
Google:
"Alicia Mathis"

Parents

Sign in to add mentor
Frank R. Moore grad student 1982-1986 University of Southern Mississippi
 (MS degree)
Robert G. Jaeger grad student 1985-1989 University of Louisiana - Lafayette
 (PhD degree)
Jan Smith post-doc 1990-1993 University of Saskatchewan

Children

Sign in to add trainee
Adam L. Crane research assistant Missouri State University
Kaye Goddard grad student 1994-1996 Missouri State University
David Woody grad student 1994-1996 Missouri State University
Daria Maksimowich grad student 1996-1998 Missouri State University
Ethan D. Prosen grad student 1997-1999 Missouri State University
Aaron Sullivan grad student 1997-1999 Missouri State University
Benjamin Wheeler grad student 1997-1999 Missouri State University
Amy Commens-Carson grad student 1998-2000 Missouri State University
Paul Frese grad student 1998-2000 Missouri State University
Todd Watson grad student 1999-2001 Missouri State University
Caleb Hickman grad student 2000-2002 Missouri State University
Shem D. Unger grad student 2001-2003 Missouri State University
Angela Gibson grad student 2002-2004 Missouri State University
Nathan Windel grad student 2003-2005 Missouri State University
Kyle Shull grad student 2005-2007 Missouri State University
Brian Gall grad student 2006-2008 Missouri State University
Morgan Presley grad student 2006-2008 Missouri State University
David Woods grad student 2006-2008 Missouri State University
Robert Hunt grad student 2009-2011 Missouri State University
Benjamin Dalton grad student 2011-2013 Missouri State University
Emilee Helton grad student 2011-2013 Missouri State University
Travis Reeder grad student 2011-2013 Missouri State University
Wafa Abudayah grad student 2011-2014 Missouri State University
Rachel Bortosky grad student 2012-2014 Missouri State University
Kelsey Anderson grad student 2014-2016 Missouri State University
BETA: Related publications

Publications

You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Abudayah WH, Mathis A. (2016) Predator recognition learning in rainbow darters Etheostoma caeruleum: specific learning and neophobia. Journal of Fish Biology. 89: 1612-23
Brinkman LC, Ray JM, Mathis A, et al. (2016) Filling in the Gaps: Natural History and Conservation of Bolitoglossine Salamanders in Central Panama Copeia. 2016: 140-148
Crane AL, Lampe MJ, Mathis A. (2015) Maladaptive behavioural phenotypes in captive-reared darters (Etheostoma caeruleum, Storer 1845) Journal of Applied Ichthyology. 31: 787-792
Heuring WL, Mathis A. (2014) Landmark learning by juvenile salamanders (Ambystoma maculatum). Behavioural Processes. 108: 173-6
Jefferson DM, Ferrari MC, Mathis A, et al. (2014) Shifty salamanders: transient trophic polymorphism and cannibalism within natural populations of larval ambystomatid salamanders. Frontiers in Zoology. 11: 76
Unger S, Mathis A, Wilkinson R. (2013) A comparison of sperm health in declining and stable populations of hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis and C.a. bishopi) American Midland Naturalist. 170: 382-392
Mathis A, Crane AL. (2013) Learning about danger by young hellbenders (cryptobranchus alleganiensis): Are antipredator strategies ontogenetically plastic? Amphibia Reptilia. 34: 119-124
Crane AL, Lampe MJ, Mathis A. (2013) Detecting danger from prey-guild members: Behavioural and metabolic responses of Ozark zigzag salamanders to alarm secretions from earthworms Ethology Ecology and Evolution. 25: 377-387
Crane AL, McGrane CE, Mathis A. (2012) Behavioral and physiological responses of Ozark zigzag salamanders to stimuli from an invasive predator: The armadillo International Journal of Ecology
Crane AL, Mathis A. (2011) Predator-recognition training: A conservation strategy to increase postrelease survival of hellbenders in head-starting programs Zoo Biology. 30: 611-622
See more...