Heather E. Watts
Heather E. Watts
Associate Professor, Washington State University
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Queuing and queue-jumping: long-term patterns of reproductive skew in male savannah baboons, Papio cynocephalus
SC Alberts, HE Watts, J Altmann
Animal behaviour 65 (4), 821-840, 2003
Society, demography and genetic structure in the spotted hyena
KE Holekamp, JE Smith, CC Strelioff, RC Van Horn, HE Watts
Molecular Ecology 21 (3), 613-632, 2012
Altered behaviour in spotted hyenas associated with increased human activity
EE Boydston, KM Kapheim, HE Watts, M Szykman, KE Holekamp
Animal Conservation 6 (3), 207-219, 2003
Fecal glucocorticoids reflect socio-ecological and anthropogenic stressors in the lives of wild spotted hyenas
PE Van Meter, JA French, SM Dloniak, HE Watts, JM Kolowski, ...
Hormones and behavior 55 (2), 329-337, 2009
Ecological determinants of survival and reproduction in the spotted hyena
HE Watts, KE Holekamp
Journal of Mammalogy 90 (2), 461-471, 2009
Interspecific competition influences reproduction in spotted hyenas
HE Watts, KE Holekamp
Journal of Zoology 276 (4), 402-410, 2008
Post-weaning maternal effects and the evolution of female dominance in the spotted hyena
HE Watts, JB Tanner, BL Lundrigan, KE Holekamp
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1665), 2291-2298, 2009
Hyena societies
HE Watts, KE Holekamp
Current Biology 17 (16), R657-R660, 2007
The evolution of photoperiod response systems and seasonal GnRH plasticity in birds
SA MacDougall-Shackleton, TJ Stevenson, HE Watts, ME Pereyra, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 49 (5), 580-589, 2009
Non-photoperiodic regulation of reproductive physiology in the flexibly breeding pine siskin (Spinus pinus)
HE Watts, TP Hahn
General and comparative endocrinology 178 (2), 259-264, 2012
Understanding variation in migratory movements: a mechanistic approach
HE Watts, JM Cornelius, AM Fudickar, J Pérez, M Ramenofsky
General and Comparative Endocrinology 256, 112-122, 2018
Evolution of environmental cue response mechanisms: Adaptive variation in photorefractoriness
TP Hahn, HE Watts, JM Cornelius, KR Brazeal, ...
General and Comparative Endocrinology 163 (1-2), 193-200, 2009
Responses of spotted hyenas to lions reflect individual differences in behavior
HE Watts, LM Blankenship, SE Dawes, KE Holekamp
Ethology 116 (12), 1199-1209, 2010
Increasing photoperiod stimulates the initiation of spring migratory behaviour and physiology in a facultative migrant, the pine siskin
AR Robart, MMK McGuire, HE Watts
Royal Society open science 5 (8), 180876, 2018
Seasonal expression of migratory behavior in a facultative migrant, the pine siskin
HE Watts, AR Robart, JK Chopra, CE Asinas, TP Hahn, M Ramenofsky
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 71, 1-12, 2017
Genetic diversity and structure in two spotted hyena populations reflects social organization and male dispersal
HE Watts, KT Scribner, HA Garcia, KE Holekamp
Journal of Zoology 285 (4), 281-291, 2011
A potential mate influences reproductive development in female, but not male, pine siskins
HE Watts, B Edley, TP Hahn
Hormones and behavior 80, 39-46, 2016
Declining food availability, corticosterone, and migratory response in a nomadic, irruptive migrant
AR Robart, MI Morado, HE Watts
Hormones and behavior 110, 56-67, 2019
Obligate versus rich patch opportunism: evolution and endocrine mechanisms
JM Cornelius, HE Watts, H Dingle, TP Hahn
General and comparative endocrinology 190, 76-80, 2013
Estrogen levels influence medullary bone quantity and density in female house finches and pine siskins
ME Squire, MK Veglia, KA Drucker, KR Brazeal, TP Hahn, HE Watts
General and comparative endocrinology 246, 249-257, 2017
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