Barney Luttbeg
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Predator–prey na´vetÚ, antipredator behavior, and the ecology of predator invasions
A Sih, DI Bolnick, B Luttbeg, JL Orrock, SD Peacor, LM Pintor, E Preisser, ...
Oikos 119 (4), 610-621, 2010
5092010
Revisiting the classics: considering nonconsumptive effects in textbook examples of predator–prey interactions
BL Peckarsky, PA Abrams, DI Bolnick, LM Dill, JH Grabowski, B Luttbeg, ...
Ecology 89 (9), 2416-2425, 2008
4512008
Risk, resources and state-dependent adaptive behavioural syndromes
B Luttbeg, A Sih
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365á…, 2010
2982010
Environmental tolerance, heterogeneity, and the evolution of reversible plastic responses
W Gabriel, B Luttbeg, A Sih, R Tollrian
The American Naturalist 166 (3), 339-353, 2005
2072005
A comparative Bayes tactic for mate assessment and choice
B Luttbeg
Behavioral Ecology 7 (4), 451-460, 1996
1531996
Predator and prey models with flexible individual behavior and imperfect information
B Luttbeg, OJ Schmitz
The American Naturalist 155 (5), 669-683, 2000
1322000
Prey state and experimental design affect relative size of trait‐and density‐mediated indirect effects
B Luttbeg, L Rowe, M Mangel
Ecology 84 (5), 1140-1150, 2003
1252003
Predator and prey space use: dragonflies and tadpoles in an interactive game
JI Hammond, B Luttbeg, A Sih
Ecology 88 (6), 1525-1535, 2007
1182007
Are scared prey as good as dead?
B Luttbeg, JL Kerby
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20 (8), 416-418, 2005
822005
Assessing the robustness and optimality of alternative decision rules with varying assumptions
B Luttbeg
Animal Behaviour 63 (4), 805-814, 2002
822002
Evolution of animal personalities
R McElreath, B Luttbeg, SP Fogarty, T Brodin, A Sih
Nature 450 (7167), E5-E5, 2007
582007
Relative strengths of trait‐mediated and density‐mediated indirect effects of a predator vary with resource levels in a freshwater food chain
JM Wojdak, B Luttbeg
Oikos 111 (3), 592-598, 2005
552005
The effects of variable predation risk on foraging and growth: Less risk is not necessarily better
GC Trussell, CM Matassa, B Luttbeg
Ecology 92 (9), 1799-1806, 2011
492011
Distinct snail (Physa) morphotypes from different habitats converge in shell shape and size under common garden conditions
KD Gustafson, BJ Kensinger, MG Bolek, B Luttbeg
Evolutionary Ecology Research 16 (1), 77-89, 2014
472014
To marry again or not: a dynamic model for demographic transition
B Luttbeg, M Borgerhoff Mulder, M Mangel
Adaptation and human behavior: an anthropological perspective, 345-368, 2000
472000
How the informational environment shapes how prey estimate predation risk and the resulting indirect effects of predators
B Luttbeg, GC Trussell
The American Naturalist 181 (2), 182-194, 2013
412013
Reproductive decision-making by female peacock wrasses: flexible versus fixed behavioral rules in variable environments
B Luttbeg, RR Warner
Behavioral Ecology 10 (6), 666-674, 1999
411999
Alternative statistical approaches to the use of data as evidence for hypotheses in human behavioral ecology
MC Towner, B Luttbeg
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews: Issues, News, andá…, 2007
402007
Predator and prey habitat selection games: the effects of how prey balance foraging and predation risk
B Luttbeg, A Sih
Israel Journal of Zoology 50 (2-3), 233-254, 2004
402004
State‐Dependent Mate‐Assessment and Mate‐Selection Behavior in Female Threespine Sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus, Gasterosteiformes: Gasterosteidae)
B Luttbeg, MC Towner, A Wandesforde‐Smith, M Mangel, SA Foster
Ethology 107 (6), 545-558, 2001
372001
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