John P Swaddle
John P Swaddle
Faculty Director of Institute for Integrative Conservation, Professor of Biology, William & Mary
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Asymmetry, developmental stability and evolution
AP M°ller, JP Swaddle
Oxford University Press, UK, 1997
15981997
How and why environmental noise impacts animals: an integrative, mechanistic review
CR Kight, JP Swaddle
Ecology letters 14 (10), 1052-1061, 2011
4272011
The analysis of fluctuating asymmetry
JP Swaddle, MS Witter, IC Cuthill
Animal Behaviour 48 (4), 986-989, 1994
3141994
Avian wingtip shape reconsidered: wingtip shape indices and morphological adaptations to migration
R Lockwood, JP Swaddle, JMV Rayner
Journal of avian biology, 273-292, 1998
2941998
Testosterone increases perceived dominance but not attractiveness in human males
JP Swaddle, GW Reierson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2002
2542002
Preference for symmetric males by female zebra finches
JP Swaddle, IC Cuthill
Nature 367 (6459), 165-166, 1994
2371994
The effects of molt on the flight performance, body mass, and behavior of European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris): an experimental approach
JP Swaddle, MS Witter
Canadian Journal of Zoology 75 (7), 1135-1146, 1997
2331997
Increased avian diversity is associated with lower incidence of human West Nile infection: observation of the dilution effect
JP Swaddle, SE Calos
PloS one 3 (6), e2488, 2008
2252008
Asymmetry and human facial attractiveness: symmetry may not always be beautiful
JP Swaddle, IC Cuthill
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 1995
2241995
A framework to assess evolutionary responses to anthropogenic light and sound
JP Swaddle, CD Francis, JR Barber, CB Cooper, CCM Kyba, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (9), 550-560, 2015
1822015
Plumage condition affects flight performance in common starlings: implications for developmental homeostasis, abrasion and moult
JP Swaddle, MS Witter, IC Cuthill, A Budden, P McCowen
Journal of Avian Biology, 103-111, 1996
1801996
Food, feathers and fluctuating asymmetries
JP Swaddle, MS Witter
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 1994
1801994
Female zebra finches prefer males with symmetric chest plumage
JP Swaddle, IC Cuthill
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 1994
1601994
Ultraviolet vision and band-colour preferences in female zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata
S Hunt, IC Cuthill, JP Swaddle, ATD Bennett
Animal Behaviour 54 (6), 1383-1392, 1997
1551997
High levels of environmental noise erode pair preferences in zebra finches: implications for noise pollution
JP Swaddle, LC Page
Animal Behaviour 74 (3), 363-368, 2007
1202007
Resistance of melanized feathers to bacterial degradation: is it really so black and white?
AR Gunderson, AM Frame, JP Swaddle, MH Forsyth
Journal of Avian Biology 39 (5), 539-545, 2008
1112008
Socially transmitted mate preferences in a monogamous bird: a non-genetic mechanism of sexual selection
JP Swaddle, MG Cathey, M Correll, BP Hodkinson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1567), 1053-1058, 2005
1022005
Reproductive success and symmetry in zebra finches
JP Swaddle
Animal Behaviour 51 (1), 203-210, 1996
991996
Periodic food availability and strategic regulation of body mass in the European starling, Sturnus vulgaris
MS Witter, JP Swaddle, IC Cuthill
Functional ecology, 568-574, 1995
971995
Wingtip shape and flight performance in the European Starling Sturnus vulgaris
JP Swaddle, R Lockwood
Ibis 145 (3), 457-464, 2003
942003
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