Adam L. Crane
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Patterns of predator neophobia: a meta-analytic review
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1861), 20170583, 2017
Predator‐recognition training: a conservation strategy to increase postrelease survival of hellbenders in head‐starting programs
AL Crane, A Mathis
Zoo Biology 30 (6), 611-622, 2011
An ecological framework of neophobia: from cells to organisms to populations
AL Crane, GE Brown, DP Chivers, MCO Ferrari
Biological Reviews 95 (1), 218-231, 2020
Social learning of predation risk: a review and prospectus
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Social learning theory: Phylogenetic considerations across animal, plant …, 2013
Getting ready for invasions: can background level of risk predict the ability of naļve prey to survive novel predators?
MCO Ferrari, AL Crane, GE Brown, DP Chivers
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 8309, 2015
Do gill parasites influence the foraging and antipredator behaviour of rainbow darters, Etheostoma caeruleum?
AL Crane, AK Fritts, A Mathis, JC Lisek, MC Barnhart
Animal Behaviour 82 (4), 817-823, 2011
Chronic exposure to dietary selenomethionine dysregulates the genes involved in serotonergic neurotransmission and alters social and antipredator behaviours in zebrafish (Danio …
A Attaran, A Salahinejad, AL Crane, S Niyogi, DP Chivers
Environmental pollution 246, 837-844, 2019
A cross-modal effect of noise: the disappearance of the alarm reaction of a freshwater fish
MR Hasan, AL Crane, MCO Ferrari, DP Chivers
Animal Cognition 21, 419-424, 2018
The effect of reproductive condition on thermoregulation in female Agkistrodon piscivorus near the northwestern range limit
AL Crane, BD Greene
Herpetologica 64 (2), 156-167, 2008
Minnows trust conspecifics more than themselves when faced with conflicting information about predation risk
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Animal Behaviour 100, 184-190, 2015
Certainty and the cognitive ecology of generalization of predator recognition
MCO Ferrari, AL Crane, DP Chivers
Animal Behaviour 111, 207-211, 2016
Uncertainty in risky environments: a high-risk phenotype interferes with social learning about risk and safety
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Animal Behaviour 119, 49-57, 2016
Trust thy neighbour in times of trouble: background risk alters how tadpoles release and respond to disturbance cues
KR Bairos-Novak, MD Mitchell, AL Crane, DP Chivers, MCO Ferrari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1863), 20171465, 2017
Social learning in a high-risk environment: incomplete disregard for the ‘minnow that cried pike’results in culturally transmitted neophobia
AL Crane, AGE Mathiron, MCO Ferrari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1812), 20150934, 2015
Socially facilitated antipredator behavior by ringed salamanders (Ambystoma annulatum)
AL Crane, A Mathis, C McGrane
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 1-7, 2012
Chemical disturbance cues in aquatic systems: a review and prospectus
AL Crane, KR Bairos‐Novak, JA Goldman, GE Brown
Ecological Monographs 92 (1), e01487, 2022
Effects of chronic exposure to selenomethionine on social learning outcomes in zebrafish (Danio rerio): serotonergic dysregulation and oxidative stress in the brain
A Attaran, A Salahinejad, M Naderi, AL Crane, S Niyogi, DP Chivers
Chemosphere 247, 125898, 2020
Behavioral and physiological responses of Ozark zigzag salamanders to stimuli from an invasive predator: the armadillo
AL Crane, CE McGrane, A Mathis
International Journal of Ecology 2012, 2011
Experience with predators shapes learning rules in larval amphibians
AL Crane, BS Demuth, MCO Ferrari
Behavioral Ecology 28 (1), 312-318, 2017
Evidence for risk extrapolation in decision making by tadpoles
AL Crane, MCO Ferrari
Scientific Reports 7, 43255, 2017
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