Julie W. Turner
Julie W. Turner
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Ontogenetic change in determinants of social network position in the spotted hyena
JW Turner, PS Bills, KE Holekamp
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72 (1), 10, 2018
Effects on freshwater organisms of magnetic fields associated with hydrokinetic turbines
GF Cada, MS Bevelhimer, KP Riemer, JW Turner
ORNL/TM-2011/244, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 2011
Early‐life relationships matter: Social position during early life predicts fitness among female spotted hyenas
JW Turner, AL Robitaille, PS Bills, KE Holekamp
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2020
Risk‐taking in free‐living spotted hyenas is associated with anthropogenic disturbance, predicts survivorship, and is consistent across experimental contexts
JW Turner, RM LaFleur, AT Richardson, KE Holekamp
Ethology 126 (1), 97-110, 2020
Social development and its influence on adult traits in the spotted hyena
JW Turner
Michigan State University, 2018
Associations of early social experience with offspring DNA methylation and later life stress phenotype
ZM Laubach, JR Greenberg, JW Turner, T Montgomery, MO Pioon, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
The problem and promise of scale in animal social multilayer networks
AL Robitaille, QMR Webber, JW Turner, E Vander Wal
Current Zoology, 2020
Toxoplasma gondii infections are associated with boldness towards lions in wild hyena hosts
E Gering, ZM Laubach, P Weber, GS Hussey, KDS Lehmann, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Time Makes You Older, Parasites Make You Bolder—Toxoplasma Gondii Infections Predict Hyena Boldness toward Definitive Lion Hosts
E Gering, Z Laubach, P Weber, G Hussey, J Turner, K Lehmann, ...
Evolution in Action: Past, Present and Future, 205-224, 2020
11 Hyenas–Testing Cognition in the Umwelt of the Spotted Hyena
L Johnson-Ulrich, KDS Lehman, JW Turner, KE Holekamp
Field and Laboratory Methods in Animal Cognition: A Comparative Guide, 244, 2018
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