Sarah J. Harrison

2012-2018 Biology Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada 
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Jean-Guy J. Godin grad student 2012-2018 Carleton University
 (Jean-Guy Godin was Sarah Harrison's Ph.D. thesis co-supervisor (along with S.M. Bertram.)
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Bertram SM, Loranger MJ, Thomson IR, et al. (2016) Linking mating preferences to sexually selected traits and offspring viability: good versus complementary genes hypotheses Animal Behaviour. 119: 75-86
Boutin SRT, Harrison SJ, Fitzsimmons LP, et al. (2016) Same-sex sexual behaviour in crickets: Understanding the paradox Animal Behaviour. 114: 101-110
Larsson J, Harrison SJ. (2015) Spatial specificity and inheritance of adaptation in human visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology. 114: 1211-26
Harrison SJ, Raubenheimer D, Simpson SJ, et al. (2014) Towards a synthesis of frameworks in nutritional ecology: interacting effects of protein, carbohydrate and phosphorus on field cricket fitness. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281
Harrison SJ, Backus BT. (2014) A trained perceptual bias that lasts for weeks. Vision Research. 99: 148-53
Bertram SM, Harrison SJ, Thomson IR, et al. (2013) Adaptive plasticity in wild field cricket's acoustic signaling. Plos One. 8: e69247
Harrison SJ, Thomson IR, Grant CM, et al. (2013) Calling, courtship, and condition in the fall field cricket, Gryllus pennsylvanicus. Plos One. 8: e60356
Harrison SJ, Backus BT. (2012) Associative learning of shape as a cue to appearance: a new demonstration of cue recruitment. Journal of Vision. 12
O'Neill S, Elder K, Harrison SJ, et al. (2012) Predictors of severity in ischaemic colitis. International Journal of Colorectal Disease. 27: 187-91
Harrison SJ, Backus BT, Jain A. (2011) Disambiguation of Necker cube rotation by monocular and binocular depth cues: relative effectiveness for establishing long-term bias. Vision Research. 51: 978-86
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