Christopher S. Evans

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Psychology Macquarie University (Australia) 
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Stephen J. Gaioni grad student 1986 Washington University
 (Recognition of a Sibling Vocalization by Mallard Ducklings (Anas platyrhynchos))
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Smith CL, Taubert J, Weldon K, et al. (2016) Individual recognition based on communication behaviour of male fowl. Behavioural Processes
Smith CL, Evans CS. (2013) A new heuristic for capturing the complexity of multimodal signals Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 67: 1389-1398
Wilson DR, Evans CS. (2012) Fowl communicate the size, speed and proximity of avian stimuli through graded structure in referential alarm calls Animal Behaviour. 83: 535-544
Smith CL, Evans CS. (2011) Exaggeration of display characteristics enhances detection of visual signals Behaviour. 148: 287-305
Smith CL, Taylor A, Evans CS. (2011) Tactical multimodal signalling in birds: Facultative variation in signal modality reveals sensitivity to social costs Animal Behaviour. 82: 521-527
Wilson DR, Evans CS. (2010) Female fowl (Gallus gallus) do not prefer alarm-calling males Behaviour. 147: 525-552
Wilson DR, McDonald PG, Evans CS. (2010) Mechanisms of mate investment in the polygamous fowl, gallus gallus Ethology. 116: 755-762
Kokolakis A, Smith CL, Evans CS. (2010) Aerial alarm calling by male fowl (Gallus gallus) reveals subtle new mechanisms of risk management Animal Behaviour. 79: 1373-1380
Nelson XJ, Garnett DT, Evans CS. (2010) Receiver psychology and the design of the deceptive caudal luring signal of the death adder Animal Behaviour. 79: 555-561
Warner DA, Woo KL, van Dyk DA, et al. (2010) Egg incubation temperature affects male reproductive success but not display behaviors in lizards Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 64: 803-813
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