Publications

Michael Reichert’s Google Scholar Profile

Links to each paper on the publisher’s website are included. If you are unable to access the papers from there, please e-mail me for a copy.

 

2018

M.S. Reichert and G. Höbel. 2018. Phenotypic integration and the evolution of signal repertoires: a case study of treefrog acoustic communication. Ecology and Evolution 8: 3410-3429 OPEN ACCESS: Link to paper

G.L. Davidson, M.S. Reichert, J.M.S. Crane, W. O’Shea and J.L. Quinn. 2018. Repeatable aversion across threat types is linked with life history traits but is dependent on how aversion is measured. Royal Society Open Science 5: 172218 OPEN ACCESS: Link to paper

M.S. Reichert. 2018. Precedence effect. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. ed., J. Vonk & T.K. Shackleford. Springer Link to paper

2017

M.S. Reichert and J.L. Quinn2017. Cognition in contests: mechanisms, ecology and evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 32: 773-785 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert and G. Höbel. 2017. Frequency-channel dependent selectivity for temporal call characteristics in gray treefrogs, Hyla versicolor. Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 1256-1266 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert, J. Finck, and B. Ronacher. 2017. Exploring the hidden landscape of female preferences for complex signals. Evolution 71: 1009-1024 Link to paper

J.T. Kilmer, K.D. Fowler-Finn, D.A. Gray, G. Höbel, D. Rebar, M.S. Reichert and R.L. Rodríguez. 2017. Describing mate preference functions and other function-valued traits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 1658-1673 Link to paper

 

2016

M.S. Reichert, L.B. Symes, and G. Höbel. 2016. Lighting up sound preferences: cross-modal influences on the precedence effect in treefrogs. Animal Behaviour 119: 151-159 Link to paper

M.A. Bee, M.S. Reichert, and J. Tumulty2016. Assessment and recognition of competitive rivals in anurans. Advances in the Study of Behavior 48: 161-249 Link to paper

2015
 

M.S. Reichert. 2015. Effects of noise on sound localization in male grasshoppers, Chorthippus biguttulus. Animal Behaviour 103: 125-135 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert and B. Ronacher. 2015. Noise affects the shape of female preference functions for acoustic signals. Evolution 69: 381-394 Link to paper

R.L. Rodríguez, M. Araya-Salas, D.A. Gray, M.S. Reichert, L.B. Symes, M.R. Wilkins, R.J. Safran and G. Höbel. 2015. How acoustic signals scale with individual body size: common trends across diverse taxa. Behavioral Ecology 26: 168-177 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert and G. Höbel. 2015. Modality interactions alter the shape of acoustic mate preference functions in gray treefrogs. Evolution 69: 2384-2398 Link to paper

 
2014
 
M.S. Reichert, H. Galante and G. Höbel. 2014. Female grey treefrogs, Hyla versicolor, are responsive to visual stimuli but unselective of stimulus characteristics. Journal of Experimental Biology 217: 3254-3262 Link to paper
 
M.S. Reichert. 2014. Playback tests and studies of animal contest dynamics: concepts and an example in the gray treefrog. Behavioral Ecology 25: 591-603 Link to paper
 
M.S. Reichert and H.C. Gerhardt. 2014. Behavioral strategies and signaling in interspecific aggressive interactions in gray treefrogs. Behavioral Ecology 25: 520-530 Link to paper
 
2013
 

M.S. Reichert. 2013. Sources of variability on advertisement and aggressive calling in competitive interactions in the gray treefrog, Hyla versicolor. Bioacoustics 22: 195-214 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert and H.C. Gerhardt. 2013. Gray tree frogs, Hyla versicolor, give lower-frequency aggressive calls in more escalated contests. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67: 795-804 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert. 2013. Patterns of variability are consistent across signal types in the treefrog Dendropsophus ebraccatus. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 109: 131-145 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert. 2013. Visual cues elicit courtship signals in a nocturnal anuran. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67: 265-271 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert and H.C. Gerhardt. 2013. Socially-mediated plasticity in call timing in the gray treefrog, Hyla versicolor. Behavioral Ecology 24: 393-401 Link to paper

M.L. Dyson, M.S. Reichert, and T.R. Halliday. 2013. Contests in amphibians. In: Animal Contests. ed., I.C.W. Hardy and M. Briffa, pp. 228-257. Cambridge University Press. Link to book


2012
 

M.S. Reichert and H.C. Gerhardt. 2012. Trade-offs and upper limits to signal performance during close-range vocal competition in gray treefrogs, Hyla versicolor. The American Naturalist 180: 425-437 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert. 2012. Call timing is determined by response call type, but not by stimulus properties, in the treefrog Dendropsophus ebraccatus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66: 433-444 Link to paper

2011
 
M.S. Reichert and H.C. Gerhardt. 2011. The role of body size on the outcome, escalation and duration of contests in the grey treefrog, Hyla versicolorAnimal Behaviour 82: 1357-1366 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert. 2011. Aggressive calls improve leading callers’ attractiveness in the treefrog Dendropsophus ebraccatusBehavioral Ecology 22: 951-959 Link to paper

M.S. Reichert. 2011. Effects of multiple-speaker playbacks on aggressive calling behavior in the treefrog Dendropsophus ebraccatusBehavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 1739-1751 Link to paper

 
2010
 

M.S. Reichert. 2010. Aggressive thresholds in Dendropsophus ebraccatus: Habituation and sensitization to different call types. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64:529-539 Link to paper

2009
 
D. Satre, M. Reichert, and C. Corbitt. 2009. Effects of vinclozolin, an anti-androgen, on affiliative behavior in the Dark-eyed Junco, Junco hyemalisEnvironmental Research 109:400-404 Link to paper