Jeffrey P. Hoover, Ph.D.

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2001 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
Area:
bird ecology, conservation
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Scott K. Robinson grad student 2001 UIUC
 (An experimental study of behavioral responses to nest predation and brood parasitism in a migratory songbird.)
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Scharf HM, Hauber ME, Mommer BC, et al. (2021) The effect of avian brood parasitism on physiological responses of host nestlings. Oecologia
Pollock HS, Hoover JP, Uy FMK, et al. (2021) Brood Parasites Are a Heterogeneous and Functionally Distinct Class of Natural Enemies. Trends in Parasitology
Hauber ME, Winnicki SK, Hoover JP, et al. (2021) The limits of egg recognition: testing acceptance thresholds of American robins in response to decreasingly egg-shaped objects in the nest. Royal Society Open Science. 8: 201615
Antonson ND, Hauber ME, Mommer BC, et al. (2020) Physiological responses of host parents to rearing an avian brood parasite: An experimental study. Hormones and Behavior. 104812
Louder MIM, Schelsky WM, Hoover JP, et al. (2020) A seasonal shift in offspring sex ratio of the brood parasitic Brown‐headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater) Journal of Avian Biology
Hoover JP, Davros NM, Schelsky WM, et al. (2020) Corrigendum to: Local conspecific density does not influence reproductive output in a secondary cavity-nesting songbird The Auk
Louder MIM, Hauber ME, Louder ANA, et al. (2019) Greater opportunities for sexual selection in male than in female obligate brood parasitic birds. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Louder MI, Schelsky WM, Albores AN, et al. (2015) A generalist brood parasite modifies use of a host in response to reproductive success. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
Louder MIM, Schelsky WM, Benson TJ, et al. (2015) Brown-headed cowbirds exploit a host's compensatory behavioral response to fecundity reduction Behavioral Ecology. 26: 255-261
Louder MIM, Ward MP, Schelsky WM, et al. (2015) Out on their own: A test of adult-assisted dispersal in fledgling brood parasites reveals solitary departures from hosts Animal Behaviour. 110: 29-37
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