Theodore Stankowich
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Fear in animals: a meta-analysis and review of risk assessment
T Stankowich, DT Blumstein
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1581), 2627-2634, 2005
Ungulate flight responses to human disturbance: a review and meta-analysis
T Stankowich
Biological conservation 141 (9), 2159-2173, 2008
Effects of predator behavior and proximity on risk assessment by Columbian black-tailed deer
T Stankowich, RG Coss
Behavioral Ecology 17 (2), 246-254, 2006
Fifty years of chasing lizards: new insights advance optimal escape theory
DSM Samia, DT Blumstein, T Stankowich, WE Cooper Jr
Biological Reviews 91 (2), 349-366, 2016
The function of zebra stripes
T Caro, A Izzo, RC Reiner Jr, H Walker, T Stankowich
Nature communications 5 (1), 3535, 2014
Effects of risk assessment, predator behavior, and habitat on escape behavior in Columbian black-tailed deer
T Stankowich, RG Coss
Behavioral Ecology 18 (2), 358-367, 2007
Diversity in warning coloration: selective paradox or the norm?
ES Briolat, ER Burdfield‐Steel, SC Paul, KH Rönkä, BM Seymoure, ...
Biological Reviews 94 (2), 388-414, 2019
Evolution of weaponry in female bovids
T Stankowich, T Caro
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1677), 4329-4334, 2009
The re-emergence of felid camouflage with the decay of predator recognition in deer under relaxed selection
T Stankowich, RG Coss
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1607), 175-182, 2007
Landscape‐scale differences among cities alter common species’ responses to urbanization
M Fidino, T Gallo, EW Lehrer, MH Murray, CAM Kay, HA Sander, ...
Ecological Applications 31 (2), e02253, 2021
A test of the multipredator hypothesis: yellow-bellied marmots respond fearfully to the sight of novel and extinct predators
DT Blumstein, E Ferando, T Stankowich
Animal Behaviour 78 (4), 873-878, 2009
Bold coloration and the evolution of aposematism in terrestrial carnivores
T Stankowich, T Caro, M Cox
Evolution 65 (11), 3090-3099, 2011
Marginal predation methodologies and the importance of predator preferences
T Stankowich
Animal Behaviour 66 (3), 589-599, 2003
Dogs as agents of disturbance
MA Weston, T Stankowich
Free-Ranging Dogs and Wildlife Conservation; Gompper, ME, Ed.; Oxford …, 2014
The functional significance of colouration in cetaceans
T Caro, K Beeman, T Stankowich, H Whitehead
Evolutionary Ecology 25, 1231-1245, 2011
Prey or predator? Body size of an approaching animal affects decisions to attack or escape
WE Cooper Jr, T Stankowich
Behavioral Ecology 21 (6), 1278-1284, 2010
Armed and dangerous: predicting the presence and function of defensive weaponry in mammals
T Stankowich
Adaptive Behavior 20 (1), 32-43, 2012
Living in the danger zone: exposure to predators and the evolution of spines and body armor in mammals
T Stankowich, LA Campbell
Evolution 70 (7), 1501-1511, 2016
Ecological drivers of antipredator defenses in carnivores
T Stankowich, PJ Haverkamp, T Caro
Evolution 68 (5), 1415-1425, 2014
Wealth and urbanization shape medium and large terrestrial mammal communities
SB Magle, M Fidino, HA Sander, AT Rohnke, KL Larson, T Gallo, ...
Global change biology 27 (21), 5446-5459, 2021
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