Publications by: Douglas P. Chivers

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Chivers, Douglas P., McCormick, Mark I., Warren, Donald T., Allan, Bridie J. M., Ramasamy, Ryan A., Arvizu, Brittany K., Glue, Matthew, and Ferrari, Maud C.O. (2017) Competitive superiority versus predation savvy: the two sides of behavioural lateralization. Animal Behaviour, 130. pp. 9-15.

Ferrari, Maud C.O., McCormick, Mark I., Mitchell, Matthew D., Allan, Bridie J.M., Gonçalves, Emanuel J., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2017) Daily variation in behavioural lateralization is linked to predation stress in a coral reef fish. Animal Behaviour, 133. pp. 189-193.

Ramasamy, Ryan A., Allan, Bridie J.M., McCormick, Mark I., Chivers, Douglas P., Mitchell, Matthew D., and Ferrari, Maud C.O. (2017) Juvenile coral reef fish alter escape responses when exposed to changes in background and acute risk levels. Animal Behaviour, 134. pp. 15-22.

Ferrari, Maud C.O., McCormick, Mark I., Allan, Bridie J.M., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2017) Not equal in the face of habitat change: closely related fishes differ in their ability to use predation-related information in degraded coral. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 284 (1852).

Ferrari, Maud C.O., McCormick, Mark I., Watson, Sue-Ann, Meekan, Mark G., Munday, Philip L., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2017) Predation in high CO2 waters: prey fish from high-risk environments are less susceptible to ocean acidification. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 57 (1). pp. 55-62.

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