Aimee Dunlap
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Components of change in the evolution of learning and unlearned preference
AS Dunlap, DW Stephens
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1670), 3201-3208, 2009
Experimental evolution of prepared learning
AS Dunlap, DW Stephens
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (32), 11750-11755, 2014
Reliability, uncertainty, and costs in the evolution of animal learning
AS Dunlap, DW Stephens
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 12, 73-79, 2016
Foraging bumble bees weigh the reliability of personal and social information
AS Dunlap, ME Nielsen, A Dornhaus, DR Papaj
Current Biology 26 (9), 1195-1199, 2016
DW Stephens, AS Dunlap
Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference 1, 237-253, 2017
Multi-male mating, probability of conception, and litter size in the prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster)
JO Wolff, AS Dunlap
Behavioural Processes 58 (1-2), 105-110, 2002
Tracking a changing environment: optimal sampling, adaptive memory and overnight effects
AS Dunlap, DW Stephens
Behavioural processes 89 (2), 86-94, 2012
Multi-male mating by paired and unpaired female prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster)
J Wolff, S Mech, A Dunlap, K Hodges
Behaviour 139 (9), 1147-1160, 2002
Why some memories do not last a lifetime: dynamic long-term retrieval in changing environments
AS Dunlap, CM McLinn, HA MacCormick, ME Scott, B Kerr
Behavioral Ecology 20 (5), 1096-1105, 2009
The discounting-by-interruptions hypothesis: model and experiment
SE Henly, A Ostdiek, E Blackwell, S Knutie, AS Dunlap, DW Stephens
Behavioral Ecology 19 (1), 154-162, 2008
Adult female prairie voles and meadow voles do not suppress reproduction in their daughters
JO Wolff, AS Dunlap, E Ritchhart
Behavioural Processes 55 (3), 157-162, 2001
Sampling and tracking a changing environment: persistence and reward in the foraging decisions of bumblebees
A Dunlap, D Papaj, A Dornhaus
Interface Focus 7 (3), 20160149, 2017
Why do animals make better choices in patch-leaving problems?
DW Stephens, AS Dunlap
Behavioural Processes 80 (3), 252-260, 2009
A state-dependent sex difference in spatial memory in pinyon jays, Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus: mated females forget as predicted by natural history
AS Dunlap, BB Chen, PA Bednekoff, TM Greene, RP Balda
Animal Behaviour 72 (2), 401-411, 2006
Intraspecific variation in worker body size makes North American bumble bees (Bombus spp.) less susceptible to decline
MW Austin, AS Dunlap
The American Naturalist 194 (3), 381-394, 2019
Female prairie voles do not choose males based on their frequency of scent marking
SG Mech, AS Dunlap, JO Wolff
Behavioural processes 61 (3), 101-108, 2003
Choice in a floral marketplace: the role of complexity in bumble bee decision-making
MW Austin, P Horack, AS Dunlap
Behavioral Ecology 30 (2), 500-508, 2019
Experimental evolution and economics
TC Burnham, A Dunlap, DW Stephens
Sage Open 5 (4), 2158244015612524, 2015
There must bee a better way: a review of published urban bee literature and suggested topics for future study
RA Brant, M Arduser, AS Dunlap
Landscape and Urban Planning 226, 104513, 2022
Bumble bees exhibit body size clines across an urban gradient despite low genetic differentiation
MW Austin, AD Tripodi, JP Strange, AS Dunlap
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 4166, 2022
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