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Jonathan N. Pruitt
Jonathan N. Pruitt
Research Chair, Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour
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Ecological implications of behavioural syndromes
A Sih, J Cote, M Evans, S Fogarty, J Pruitt
Ecology letters 15 (3), 278-289, 2012
9032012
Behavioural syndromes and social insects: personality at multiple levels
JM Jandt, S Bengston, N Pinter‐Wollman, JN Pruitt, NE Raine, ...
Biological Reviews 89 (1), 48-67, 2014
2992014
How within-group behavioural variation and task efficiency enhance fitness in a social group
JN Pruitt, SE Riechert
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1709), 1209-1215, 2011
2342011
The keystone individual concept: an ecological and evolutionary overview
AP Modlmeier, CN Keiser, JV Watters, A Sih, JN Pruitt
Animal Behaviour 89, 53-62, 2014
1892014
Behavioural syndromes and their fitness consequences in a socially polymorphic spider, Anelosimus studiosus
JN Pruitt, SE Riechert, TC Jones
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 871-879, 2008
1842008
Site-specific group selection drives locally adapted group compositions
JN Pruitt, CJ Goodnight
Nature 514 (7522), 359, 2014
1482014
Behavioral types of predator and prey jointly determine prey survival: potential implications for the maintenance of within-species behavioral variation
JN Pruitt, JJ Stachowicz, A Sih
The American Naturalist 179 (2), 217-227, 2012
1142012
Linking levels of personality: personalities of the ‘average’and ‘most extreme’group members predict colony-level personality
JN Pruitt, L Grinsted, V Settepani
Animal Behaviour 86 (2), 391-399, 2013
1012013
Intraspecific trait variants determine the nature of interspecific interactions in a habitat‐forming species
JN Pruitt, MCO Ferrari
Ecology 92 (10), 1902-1908, 2011
992011
Evidence of social niche construction: persistent and repeated social interactions generate stronger personalities in a social spider
KL Laskowski, JN Pruitt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1783), 20133166, 2014
982014
Personality composition is more important than group size in determining collective foraging behaviour in the wild
CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1796), 20141424, 2014
962014
Individual personalities shape task differentiation in a social spider
L Grinsted, JN Pruitt, V Settepani, T Bilde
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1767), 20131407, 2013
952013
The personality types of key catalytic individuals shape colonies' collective behaviour and success
JN Pruitt, CN Keiser
Animal Behaviour 93, 87-95, 2014
942014
Sex matters: sexually dimorphic fitness consequences of a behavioural syndrome
JN Pruitt, SE Riechert
Animal Behaviour 78 (1), 175-181, 2009
932009
Population differences in behaviour are explained by shared within‐population trait correlations
JN Pruitt, SE Riechert, G Iturralde, M Vega, BM Fitzpatrick, L Aviles
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (4), 748-756, 2010
832010
Animal personality aligns task specialization and task proficiency in a spider society
CM Wright, CT Holbrook, JN Pruitt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (26), 9533-9537, 2014
812014
Frequency‐dependent success of cheaters during foraging bouts might limit their spread within colonies of a socially polymorphic spider
JN Pruitt, SE Riechert
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (11), 2966-2973, 2009
772009
Juvenile exposure to acoustic sexual signals from conspecifics alters growth trajectory and an adult personality trait
N DiRienzo, JN Pruitt, AV Hedrick
Animal Behaviour 84 (4), 861-868, 2012
722012
Exploring the effects of individual traits and within-colony variation on task differentiation and collective behavior in a desert social spider
CN Keiser, DK Jones, AP Modlmeier, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (5), 839-850, 2014
712014
Behavioral competence: how host behaviors can interact to influence parasite transmission risk
DG Barron, SS Gervasi, JN Pruitt, LB Martin
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 6, 35-40, 2015
702015
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