Jason Keagy
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Male satin bowerbird problem-solving ability predicts mating success
J Keagy, JF Savard, G Borgia
Animal Behaviour 78 (4), 809-817, 2009
1462009
Complex relationship between multiple measures of cognitive ability and male mating success in satin bowerbirds, Ptilonorhynchus violaceus
J Keagy, JF Savard, G Borgia
Animal Behaviour 81 (5), 1063-1070, 2011
932011
On the role of male competition in speciation: a review and research agenda
RM Tinghitella, ACR Lackey, M Martin, PD Dijkstra, JP Drury, R Heathcote, ...
Behavioral Ecology, 2018
472018
Cognitive ability and the evolution of multiple behavioral display traits
J Keagy, JF Savard, G Borgia
Behavioral Ecology 23 (2), 448-456, 2012
372012
An inverse relationship between decoration and food colour preferences in satin bowerbirds does not support the sensory drive hypothesis
G Borgia, J Keagy
Animal behaviour 72 (5), 1125-1133, 2006
372006
Why does the magnitude of genotype‐by‐environment interaction vary?
JB Saltz, AM Bell, J Flint, R Gomulkiewicz, KA Hughes, J Keagy
Ecology and evolution 8 (12), 6342-6353, 2018
302018
Male competition fitness landscapes predict both forward and reverse speciation
J Keagy, L Lettieri, JW Boughman
Ecology letters 19 (1), 71-80, 2016
272016
Created versus natural wetlands: Avian communities in Virginia salt marshes
DW Desrochers, JC Keagy, DA Cristol
Ecoscience 15 (1), 36-43, 2008
222008
Replacing Sources with Sinks: When Do Populations Go Down the Drain?
JC Keagy, SJ Schreiber, DA Cristol
Restoration Ecology 13 (3), 529-535, 2005
192005
Blue, not UV, plumage color is important in satin bowerbird Ptilonorhynchus violaceus display
JF Savard, J Keagy, G Borgia
Journal of Avian Biology 42 (1), 80-84, 2011
152011
Aerobic capacity in wild satin bowerbirds: repeatability and effects of age, sex and condition
MA Chappell, JF Savard, J Siani, SW Coleman, J Keagy, G Borgia
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (19), 3186-3196, 2011
112011
Comment on “Illusions Promote Mating Success in Great Bowerbirds”
G Borgia, BJ Coyle, J Keagy
Science 337 (6092), 292-292, 2012
62012
The relationship between male sexual signals, cognitive performance, and mating success in stickleback fish
R Minter, J Keagy, RM Tinghitella
Ecology and Evolution 7 (15), 5621-5631, 2017
52017
Behavior-related gene regulatory networks: A new level of organization in the brain
S Sinha, BM Jones, IM Traniello, SA Bukhari, MS Halfon, HA Hofmann, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (38), 23270-23279, 2020
42020
Parenting behaviour is highly heritable in male stickleback
AM Bell, R Trapp, J Keagy
Royal Society Open Science 5 (1), 171029, 2018
42018
The relative roles of genes and rearing environment on the spatial cognitive ability of two sympatric species of threespine stickleback
J Martinez, J Keagy, B Wurst, W Fetzner, JW Boughman
Evolutionary Ecology Research 17 (4), 565-581, 2016
42016
Sex differences in cognition and their relationship to male mate choice
J Keagy, R Minter, RM Tinghitella
Current Zoology 65 (3), 285-293, 2019
32019
Brain differences in ecologically differentiated sticklebacks
J Keagy, VA Braithwaite, JW Boughman, Handling editor: Rudiger Riesch
Current Zoology 64 (2), 243-250, 2017
32017
Cognitively Driven Co‐Option and the Evolution of Complex Sexual Displays in Bowerbirds
G Borgia, J Keagy
Animal Signaling and Function: An Integrative Approach, 75-109, 2015
32015
Correction to ‘Parenting behaviour is highly heritable in male stickleback’
AM Bell, R Trapp, J Keagy
Royal Society Open Science 6 (8), 191372, 2019
2019
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