|Integrating animal personality into insect population and community ecology|
AP Modlmeier, CN Keiser, CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, JN Pruitt
Current Opinion in Insect Science 9, 77-85, 2015
|Collective personalities: present knowledge and new frontiers|
CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, GN Doering, J Pretorius, J Meunier, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, 1-23, 2019
|Similar patterns of frequency‐dependent selection on animal personalities emerge in three species of social spiders|
JLL Lichtenstein, JN Pruitt
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (6), 1248-1256, 2015
|Participation in cooperative prey capture and the benefits gained from it are associated with individual personality|
JLL Lichtenstein, CM Wright, LP Luscuskie, GA Montgomery, ...
Current Zoology 63 (5), 561-567, 2017
|Behavioral hypervolumes of predator groups and predator-predator interactions shape prey survival rates and selection on prey behavior|
JN Pruitt, KA Howell, SJ Gladney, Y Yang, JLL Lichtenstein, ME Spicer, ...
The American Naturalist 189 (3), 254-266, 2017
|Intraspecific variation in collective behaviors drives interspecific contests in acorn ants|
JLL Lichtenstein, JN Pruitt, AP Modlmeier
Behavioral Ecology 27 (2), 553-559, 2016
|Intraindividual behavioral variability predicts foraging outcome in a beach-dwelling jumping spider|
JLL Lichtenstein, GT Chism, A Kamath, JN Pruitt
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 18063, 2017
|Exposure to predators reduces collective foraging aggressiveness and eliminates its relationship with colony personality composition|
CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, GA Montgomery, LP Luscuskie, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 71, 1-11, 2017
|The multidimensional behavioural hypervolumes of two interacting species predict their space use and survival|
JLL Lichtenstein, CM Wright, B McEwen, N Pinter-Wollman, JN Pruitt
Animal behaviour 132, 129-136, 2017
|Habitat structure changes the relationships between predator behavior, prey behavior, and prey survival rates|
JLL Lichtenstein, KA Daniel, JB Wong, CM Wright, GN Doering, ...
Oecologia 190, 297-308, 2019
|Personality and behavioral syndromes in insects and spiders|
CN Keiser, JLL Lichtenstein, CM Wright, GT Chism, JN Pruitt, ...
Insect behavior: From mechanisms to ecological and evolutionary consequences …, 2018
|Collective aggressiveness limits colony persistence in high‐ but not low‐elevation sites at Amazonian social spiders|
JLL Lichtenstein, DN Fisher, BL McEwen, DT Nondorf, E Calvache, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2019
|Personality variation in two predator species does not impact prey species survival or plant damage in staged mesocosms|
JLL Lichtenstein, HK Rice, JN Pruitt
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72, 1-10, 2018
|Spatial proximity and prey vibratory cues influence collective hunting in social spiders|
CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, LP Luscuskie, GA Montgomery, S Geary, ...
Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 66 (1-2), 26-31, 2020
|Intraspecific behavioral variation mediates insect prey survival via direct and indirect effects|
BJ Toscano, JLL Lichtenstein, R Costa-Pereira
Diversity 12 (4), 152, 2020
|Predator‐induced selection on urchin activity level depends on urchin body size|
JD Pretorius, JLL Lichtenstein, EJ Eliason, AC Stier, JN Pruitt
Ethology 125 (10), 716-723, 2019
|Sources of intraspecific variation in the collective tempo and synchrony of ant societies|
GN Doering, KA Sheehy, JLL Lichtenstein, B Drawert, LR Petzold, ...
Behavioral Ecology 30 (6), 1682-1690, 2019
|Individual variation in queen morphology and behavior predicts colony performance in the wild|
CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, EA Tibbetts, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, 1-7, 2019
|Egg discrimination is mediated by individual differences in queen olfactory responsiveness and boldness|
CM Wright, BL McEwen, DN Fisher, JLL Lichtenstein, A Antoun, ...
Behavioral Ecology 30 (5), 1306-1313, 2019
|Repeatability of between-group differences in collective foraging is shaped by group composition in social spiders|
JLL Lichtenstein, CM Wright, JN Pruitt
The Journal of Arachnology 47 (2), 276-279, 2019