David R. Wilson
David R. Wilson
Associate Professor of Psychology, Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Field test of an affordable, portable, wireless microphone array for spatial monitoring of animal ecology and behaviour
DJ Mennill, M Battiston, DR Wilson, JR Foote, SM Doucet
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3, 704-712, 2012
Anthropogenic noise affects song structure in red-winged blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus)
D Hanna, G Blouin-Demers, DR Wilson, DJ Mennill
The Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (21), 3549-3556, 2011
Nestling begging increases predation risk, regardless of spectral characteristics or avian mobbing
PG McDonald, DR Wilson, CS Evans
Behavioral Ecology 20 (4), 821-829, 2009
Animal communication: Ground squirrel uses ultrasonic alarms
DR Wilson, JF Hare
Nature 430 (6999), 523-523, 2004
Uneven sampling and the analysis of vocal performance constraints
DR Wilson, PP Bitton, J Podos, DJ Mennill
The American Naturalist 183 (2), 214-228, 2014
Vocal signals predict attack during aggressive interactions in black-capped chickadees
TM Baker, DR Wilson, DJ Mennill
Animal Behaviour 84, 965-974, 2012
Black-capped chickadees,< i> Poecile atricapillus</i>, can use individually distinctive songs to discriminate among conspecifics
DR Wilson, DJ Mennill
Animal Behaviour 79 (6), 1267-1275, 2010
Functional morphology of Richardson's ground squirrel, Spermophilus richardsonii, alarm calls: the meaning of chirps, whistles and chucks
JL Sloan, DR Wilson, JF Hare
Animal behaviour 70 (4), 937-944, 2005
Video playback demonstrates episodic personality in the gloomy octopus
R Pronk, DR Wilson, R Harcourt
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (7), 1035-1041, 2010
The adaptive utility of Richardsons ground squirrel (Spermophilus richardsonii) short-range ultrasonic alarm signals
DR Wilson, JF Hare
Canadian journal of zoology 84 (9), 1322-1330, 2006
Fowl communicate the size, speed and proximity of avian stimuli through graded structure in referential alarm calls
DR Wilson, CS Evans
Animal Behaviour 83, 535-544, 2012
Alarm calling best predicts mating and reproductive success in ornamented male fowl,< i> Gallus gallus</i>
DR Wilson, KL Bayly, XJ Nelson, M Gillings, CS Evans
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 543-554, 2008
Urban noise affects song structure and daily patterns of song production in Red-winged Blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus)
LA Cartwright, DR Taylor, DR Wilson, P Chow-Fraser
Urban Ecosystems 17 (2), 561-572, 2014
Local predation pressure predicts the strength of mobbing responses in tropical birds
Current Zoology 58, 781-790, 2012
Duty cycle, not signal structure, explains conspecific and heterospecific responses to the calls of Black-capped Chickadees (Poecile atricapillus)
DR Wilson, DJ Mennill
Behavioral Ecology 22 (4), 784-790, 2011
Sound Finder: a new software approach for localizing animals recorded with a microphone array
DR Wilson, M Battiston, J Brzustowski, DJ Mennill
Bioacoustics 23 (2), 99-112, 2014
Anthropogenic light is associated with increased vocal activity by nocturnally migrating birds
MJ Watson, DR Wilson, DJ Mennill
The Condor 118 (2), 338-344, 2016
Spring peepers Pseudacris crucifer modify their call structure in response to noise
DEL Hanna, DR Wilson, G Blouin-Demers, DJ Mennill
Current Zoology 60 (4), 438-448, 2014
Mating success increases alarm-calling effort in male fowl, Gallus gallus
DR Wilson, CS Evans
Animal Behaviour 76 (6), 2029-2035, 2008
Behavioral Syndromes in Stable Social Groups: An Artifact of External Constraints?
XJ Nelson, DR Wilson, CS Evans
Ethology 114 (12), 1154-1165, 2008
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