Alex L Jordan
Alex L Jordan
Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior
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If a fish can pass the mark test, what are the implications for consciousness and self-awareness testing in animals?
M Kohda, T Hotta, T Takeyama, S Awata, H Tanaka, J Asai, AL Jordan
PLoS biology 17 (2), e3000021, 2019
Does the field of animal personality provide any new insights for behavioral ecology?
M Beekman, LA Jordan
Behavioral Ecology 28 (3), 617-623, 2017
The multivariate evolution of female body shape in an artificial digital ecosystem
RC Brooks, JP Shelly, LA Jordan, BJW Dixson
Evolution and Human Behavior 36 (5), 351-358, 2015
Cheating honeybee workers produce royal offspring
LA Jordan, MH Allsopp, BP Oldroyd, TC Wossler, M Beekman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1632), 345-351, 2008
Facial recognition in a group-living cichlid fish
M Kohda, LA Jordan, T Hotta, N Kosaka, K Karino, H Tanaka, M Taniyama, ...
PLoS One 10 (11), e0142552, 2015
Recent social history alters male courtship preferences
LA Jordan, RC Brooks
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (1), 280-287, 2012
The lifetime costs of increased male reproductive effort: courtship, copulation and the Coolidge effect
LA Jordan, RC Brooks
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (11), 2403-2409, 2010
The effects of familiarity and social hierarchy on group membership decisions in a social fish
LA Jordan, MYL Wong, SS Balshine
Biology Letters 6 (3), 301-303, 2010
Thelytokous Parthenogenesis in Unmated Queen Honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis): Central Fusion and High Recombination Rates
BP Oldroyd, MH Allsopp, RS Gloag, J Lim, LA Jordan, M Beekman
Genetics 180 (1), 359-366, 2008
A quantitative study of worker reproduction in queenright colonies of the Cape honey bee, Apis mellifera capensis
M Beekman, MH Allsopp, LA Jordan, J Lim, BP Oldroyd
Molecular ecology 18 (12), 2722-2727, 2009
The sensory ecology of adaptive landscapes
LA Jordan, MJ Ryan
Biology letters 11 (5), 20141054, 2015
Group structure in a restricted entry system is mediated by both resident and joiner preferences
LA Jordan, C Avolio, JE Herbert-Read, J Krause, DI Rubenstein, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64 (7), 1099-1106, 2010
Initiators, leaders, and recruitment mechanisms in the collective movements of damselfish
AJW Ward, JE Herbert-Read, LA Jordan, R James, J Krause, Q Ma, ...
The American Naturalist 181 (6), 748-760, 2013
Utilisation of carbon substrates by orchid and ericoid mycorrhizal fungi from Australian dry sclerophyll forests
DJ Midgley, LA Jordan, JA Saleeba, PA McGee
Mycorrhiza 16 (3), 175-182, 2006
The use of multiple sources of social information in contest behavior: testing the social cognitive abilities of a cichlid fish
T Hotta, T Takeyama, D Heg, S Awata, LA Jordan, M Kohda
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 85, 2015
Mating systems in cooperative breeders: the roles of resource dispersion and conflict mitigation
MYL Wong, LA Jordan, S Marsh-Rollo, S St-Cyr, JO Reynolds, KA Stiver, ...
Behavioral Ecology 23 (3), 521-530, 2012
Reproductive foragers: male spiders choose mates by selecting among competitive environments
LA Jordan, H Kokko, M Kasumovic
The American Naturalist 183 (5), 638-649, 2014
A model comparison reveals dynamic social information drives the movements of humbug damselfish (Dascyllus aruanus)
RP Mann, JE Herbert-Read, Q Ma, LA Jordan, DJT Sumpter, AJW Ward
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 11 (90), 20130794, 2014
The social and ecological costs of an ‘over-extended'phenotype
LA Jordan, SM Maguire, HA Hofmann, M Kohda
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1822), 20152359, 2016
Duration of memory of dominance relationships in a group living cichlid
T Hotta, T Takeyama, LA Jordan, M Kohda
Naturwissenschaften 101 (9), 745-751, 2014
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