William A. Searcy
William A. Searcy
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The evolution of animal communication: reliability and deception in signaling systems
WA Searcy, S Nowicki
Princeton University Press, 2005
1410*2005
Sexual selection and the evolution of song
WA Searcy, M Andersson
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 17 (1), 507-533, 1986
7411986
Brain development, song learning and mate choice in birds: a review and experimental test of the" nutritional stress hypothesis"
S Nowicki, WA Searcy, S Peters
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 188 (11), 1003-1014, 2002
5022002
Song and female choice
WA Searcy
Ecology and evolution of acoustic communication in birds, 1996
3421996
Song as an aggressive signal in songbirds
WA Searcy, MD Beecher
Animal Behaviour 78 (6), 1281-1292, 2009
3362009
Song repertoire and mate choice in birds
WA Searcy
American Zoologist 32 (1), 71-80, 1992
3361992
A test for responsiveness to song structure and programming in female sparrows
WA Searcy, P Marler
Science 213 (4510), 926-928, 1981
3061981
Polygyny and sexual selection in red-winged blackbirds
WA Searcy, K Yasukawa
Polygyny and Sexual Selection in Red-Winged Blackbirds, 2014
2472014
Red-winged blackbird: Agelaius phoeniceus
K Yasukawa, WA Searcy
American Ornithologists' Union, 1995
2451995
The evolutionary effects of mate selection
WA Searcy
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 13 (1), 57-85, 1982
2401982
Female choice of mates: a general model for birds and its application to red-winged blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus)
WA Searcy
The American Naturalist 114 (1), 77-100, 1979
2331979
Design of playback experiments: the Thornbridge Hall NATO ARW consensus
PK McGregor, CK Catchpole, T Dabelsteen, JB Falls, L Fusani, ...
Playback and studies of animal communication, 1-9, 1992
2181992
Song function and the evolution of female preferences: why birds sing, why brains matter.
S Nowicki, WA Searcy
New York Academy of Sciences, 2004
2162004
Bird song as a signal of aggressive intent
WA Searcy, RC Anderson, S Nowicki
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60 (2), 234-241, 2006
2112006
Song repertoire size and female preferences in song sparrows
WA Searcy
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 14 (4), 281-286, 1984
2091984
Measuring responses of female birds to male song
WA Searcy
Playback and studies of animal communication, 175-189, 1992
1861992
Sexual differences in species recognition of avian song
WA Searcy, EA Brenowitz
Nature 332 (6160), 152-154, 1988
1791988
Species song discrimination in choice experiments with territorial male swamp and song sparrows
SS Peters, WA Searcy, P Marler
Animal Behaviour 28 (2), 393-404, 1980
1771980
Aggression in female red-winged blackbirds: a strategy to ensure male parental investment
K Yasukawa, WA Searcy
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 11 (1), 13-17, 1982
1731982
Alternative models of territorial polygyny in birds
WA Searcy, K Yasukawa
The American Naturalist 134 (3), 323-343, 1989
1661989
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