Roslyn Dakin
Roslyn Dakin
Carleton University, Department of Biology
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Peacocks orient their courtship displays towards the sun
R Dakin, R Montgomerie
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 63 (6), 825-834, 2009
492009
Starvation-Induced Depotentiation of Bitter Taste in Drosophila
EE LeDue, K Mann, E Koch, B Chu, R Dakin, MD Gordon
Current Biology 26 (21), 2854-2861, 2016
472016
Eye for an eyespot: how iridescent plumage ocelli influence peacock mating success
R Dakin, R Montgomerie
Behavioral Ecology 24 (5), 1048-1057, 2013
462013
Peahens prefer peacocks displaying more eyespots, but rarely
R Dakin, R Montgomerie
Animal behaviour 82 (1), 21-28, 2011
402011
Visual guidance of forward flight in hummingbirds reveals control based on image features instead of pattern velocity
R Dakin, TK Fellows, DL Altshuler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (31), 8849-8854, 2016
312016
Weathering the storm: parental effort and experimental manipulation of stress hormones predict brood survival
JQ Ouyang, ÁZ Lendvai, R Dakin, AD Domalik, VJ Fasanello, BG Vassallo, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 15 (1), 1-8, 2015
312015
The biophysics of bird flight: functional relationships integrate aerodynamics, morphology, kinematics, muscles, and sensors
DL Altshuler, JW Bahlman, R Dakin, AH Gaede, B Goller, D Lentink, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 93 (12), 961-975, 2015
292015
Plumage colour is associated with partner parental care in mutually ornamented tree swallows
R Dakin, ÁZ Lendvai, JQ Ouyang, IT Moore, F Bonier
Animal behaviour 111, 111-118, 2016
252016
Morphology, muscle capacity, skill, and maneuvering ability in hummingbirds
R Dakin, PS Segre, AD Straw, DL Altshuler
Science 359 (6376), 653-657, 2018
192018
Analysis of the optimal duration of behavioral observations based on an automated continuous monitoring system in tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor): is one hour good enough?
ÁZ Lendvai, Ç Akçay, JQ Ouyang, R Dakin, AD Domalik, PS St John, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0141194, 2015
192015
Burst muscle performance predicts the speed, acceleration, and turning performance of Anna’s hummingbirds
PS Segre, R Dakin, VB Zordan, MH Dickinson, AD Straw, DL Altshuler
ELife 4, e11159, 2015
182015
The crest of the peafowl: a sexually dimorphic plumage ornament signals condition in both males and females
R Dakin
Journal of avian biology 42 (5), 405-414, 2011
152011
Biomechanics of the peacock’s display: How feather structure and resonance influence multimodal signaling
R Dakin, O McCrossan, JF Hare, R Montgomerie, S Amador Kane
PloS one 11 (4), e0152759, 2016
142016
Condition-dependent mate assessment and choice by peahens: implications for sexual selection
R Dakin, R Montgomerie
Behavioral Ecology 25 (5), 1097-1104, 2014
142014
Deceptive copulation calls attract female visitors to peacock leks
R Dakin, R Montgomerie
The American Naturalist 183 (4), 558-564, 2014
112014
Testosterone modulates status-specific patterns of cooperation in a social network
TB Ryder, R Dakin, BJ Vernasco, BS Evans, BM Horton, IT Moore
The American Naturalist 195 (1), 82-94, 2020
92020
Dynamic network partnerships and social contagion drive cooperation
R Dakin, TB Ryder
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1893), 20181973, 2018
72018
Reciprocity and behavioral heterogeneity govern the stability of social networks
R Dakin, TB Ryder
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (6), 2993-2999, 2020
32020
Biomechanics of the peafowl’s crest reveals frequencies tuned to social displays
SA Kane, D Van Beveren, R Dakin
PloS one 13 (11), e0207247, 2018
32018
Mechanical Constraints on Flight at High Elevation Decrease Maneuvering Performance of Hummingbirds
PS Segre, R Dakin, TJG Read, AD Straw, DL Altshuler
Current Biology 26 (24), 3368-3374, 2016
32016
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