Dustin G. Reichard

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2015- Zoology Ohio Wesleyan University 
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Ellen D. Ketterson grad student 2007-2013 Indiana University (Neurotree)
 (Deciphering the function of low-amplitude songs: courtship, aggression, and hormones)
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Reichard DG, Atwell JW, Pandit MM, et al. (2020) Urban birdsongs: higher minimum song frequency of an urban colonist persists in a common garden experiment. Animal Behaviour. 170: 33-41
Kimmitt AA, Dietz SL, Reichard DG, et al. (2018) Male courtship preference during seasonal sympatry may maintain population divergence. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 11833-11841
Rosvall KA, Peterson MP, Reichard DG, et al. (2014) Highly context-specific activation of the HPG axis in the dark-eyed junco and implications for the challenge hypothesis. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 201: 65-73
Whittaker DJ, Reichard DG, Drouilly M, et al. (2014) Avian olfactory displays: a hypothesis for the function of bill-wiping in a social context Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 69: 159-167
Rice RJ, Reichard DG, Schrock SE, et al. (2013) Low-amplitude songs produced by male dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis) differ when sung during intra-and inter-sexual interactions Behaviour. 150: 1183-1202
Rosvall KA, Reichard DG, Ferguson SM, et al. (2012) Robust behavioral effects of song playback in the absence of testosterone or corticosterone release. Hormones and Behavior. 62: 418-25
Reichard DG, Ketterson ED. (2012) Estimation of female home-range size during the nestling period of dark-eyed juncos Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 124: 614-620
Reichard DG, Rice RJ, Vanderbilt CC, et al. (2011) Deciphering information encoded in birdsong: male songbirds with fertile mates respond most strongly to complex, low-amplitude songs used in courtship. The American Naturalist. 178: 478-87
Reichard DG, Drouilly M, Whittaker DJ, et al. (2011) Song, Dance, and Smell Routine? Interpreting the Content and Function of Multimodal Signals in a Songbird, the Dark-Eyed Junco (Junco Hyemalis) University of Wyoming National Park Service Research Center Annual Report. 34: 115-120
Whittaker DJ, Reichard DG, Dapper AL, et al. (2009) Behavioral responses of nesting female dark-eyed juncos Junco hyemalis to hetero- and conspecific passerine preen oils Journal of Avian Biology. 40: 579-583
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