Kristal Cain
Kristal Cain
School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland
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Competitive females are successful females; phenotype, mechanism, and selection in a common songbird
KE Cain, ED Ketterson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (2), 241-252, 2012
982012
Troubleshooting public data archiving: suggestions to increase participation
DG Roche, R Lanfear, SA Binning, TM Haff, LE Schwanz, KE Cain, ...
PLoS biology 12 (1), 2014
732014
Female and male song rates across breeding stage: testing for sexual and nonsexual functions of female song
KE Cain, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour 109, 65-71, 2015
372015
Costs and benefits of competitive traits in females: aggression, maternal care and reproductive success
KE Cain, ED Ketterson
PLoS One 8 (10), 2013
332013
Two sides of the same coin? Consistency in aggression to conspecifics and predators in a female songbird
KE Cain, MS Rich, K Ainsworth, ED Ketterson
Ethology 117 (9), 786-795, 2011
302011
Female song rates in response to simulated intruder are positively related to reproductive success
K Cain, A Cockburn, N Langmore
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 119-, 2015
272015
Individual variation in testosterone and parental care in a female songbird; the dark-eyed junco (Junco hyemalis)
KE Cain, ED Ketterson
Hormones and behavior 64 (4), 685-692, 2013
232013
Female song and aggression show contrasting relationships to reproductive success when habitat quality differs
KE Cain, NE Langmore
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70 (11), 1867-1877, 2016
222016
Next steps for understanding the selective relevance of female-female competition
KE Cain, KA Rosvall
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2, 32, 2014
202014
Testosterone production, sexually dimorphic morphology, and digit ratio in the dark-eyed junco
KE Cain, CM Bergeon Burns, ED Ketterson
Behavioral ecology 24 (2), 462-469, 2013
152013
The role of pigment based plumage traits in resolving conflicts
CM Young, KE Cain, N Svedin, PRY Backwell, SR Pryke
Journal of Avian Biology 47 (2), 167-175, 2016
102016
Nesting success in crimson finches: chance or choice?
CM Young, KE Cain, N Svedin, PRY Backwell, SR Pryke
Ethology 123 (1), 41-50, 2017
82017
Conspicuous plumage does not increase predation risk: a continent-wide test using model songbirds
KE Cain, ML Hall, I Medina, AV Leitao, K Delhey, L Brouwer, A Peters, ...
The American Naturalist 193 (3), 359-372, 2019
72019
Habitat structure is linked to the evolution of plumage colour in female, but not male, fairy-wrens
I Medina, K Delhey, A Peters, KE Cain, ML Hall, RA Mulder, NE Langmore
BMC evolutionary biology 17 (1), 35, 2017
72017
Testosterone production in response to exogenous gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH challenge) depends on social environment and color polymorphism
KE Cain, SR Pryke
General and comparative endocrinology 244, 77-85, 2017
72017
Mates of competitive females: The relationships between female aggression, mate quality, and parental care
KE Cain
Advances in Zoology 2014, 2014
52014
Testosterone production ability predicts breeding success and tracks breeding stage in male finches
KE Cain, SR Pryke
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (2), 430-436, 2017
42017
Sex in the city: sexual selection and urban colonization in passerines
M Iglesias-Carrasco, DA Duchêne, ML Head, AP Møller, K Cain
Biology letters 15 (9), 20190257, 2019
22019
Individual variation and selection on hormone-mediated phenotypes in male and female dark-eyed juncos
K Cain, JM Jawor, JW McGlothlin
Snowbird: integrative biology and evolutionary diversity in the junco …, 2016
22016
A superb solo, or a deviant duet? Overlapping songs in superb fairy-wrens
CJ Taylor, ML Hall, KE Cain, NE Langmore
Behavioral Ecology 30 (4), 1076-1086, 2019
12019
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