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
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
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
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
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
Site-specific group selection drives locally adapted group compositions
JN Pruitt, CJ Goodnight
Nature 514 (7522), 359, 2014
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
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
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
Intraspecific trait variants determine the nature of interspecific interactions in a habitat‐forming species
JN Pruitt, MCO Ferrari
Ecology 92 (10), 1902-1908, 2011
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
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
Sex matters: sexually dimorphic fitness consequences of a behavioural syndrome
JN Pruitt, SE Riechert
Animal Behaviour 78 (1), 175-181, 2009
The personality types of key catalytic individuals shape colonies' collective behaviour and success
JN Pruitt, CN Keiser
Animal Behaviour 93, 87-95, 2014
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
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
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
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
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
Varying predator personalities generates contrasting prey communities in an agroecosystem
R Royauté, JN Pruitt
Ecology 96 (11), 2902-2911, 2015
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