J. Chadwick Johnson
J. Chadwick Johnson
Arizona State University, at the West Campus
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Behavioral syndromes: an ecological and evolutionary overview
A Sih, A Bell, JC Johnson
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (7), 372-378, 2004
29912004
Behavioral syndromes: an integrative overview
A Sih, AM Bell, JC Johnson, RE Ziemba
The quarterly review of biology 79 (3), 241-277, 2004
18972004
Precopulatory sexual cannibalism in fishing spiders (Dolomedes triton): a role for behavioral syndromes
JC Johnson, A Sih
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58 (4), 390-396, 2005
2762005
Fear, food, sex and parental care: a syndrome of boldness in the fishing spider, Dolomedes triton
JC Johnson, A Sih
Animal Behaviour 74 (5), 1131-1138, 2007
1842007
Sexual cannibalism in fishing spiders (Dolomedes triton): an evaluation of two explanations for female aggression towards potential mates
JC Johnson
Animal Behaviour 61 (5), 905-914, 2001
1062001
Cohabitation of juvenile females with mature males promotes sexual cannibalism in fishing spiders
JC Johnson
Behavioral Ecology 16 (1), 269-273, 2004
612004
Hydration benefits to courtship feeding in crickets
TM Ivy, JC Johnson, SK Sakaluk
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 266 (1428 …, 1999
611999
Female remating propensity contingent on sexual cannibalism in sagebrush crickets, Cyphoderris strepitans: a mechanism of cryptic female choice
JC Johnson, TM Ivy, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology 10 (3), 227-233, 1999
501999
Individual-and condition-dependent effects on habitat choice and choosiness
JN Pruitt, N DiRienzo, S Kralj-Fišer, JC Johnson, A Sih
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (10), 1987-1995, 2011
492011
Male black widows court well-fed females more than starved females: silken cues indicate sexual cannibalism risk
JC Johnson, P Trubl, V Blackmore, L Miles
Animal Behaviour 82 (2), 383-390, 2011
442011
Hemolymph loss during nuptial feeding constrains male mating success in sagebrush crickets
SK Sakaluk, MTH Campbell, AP Clark, JC Johnson, PA Keorpes
Behavioral Ecology 15 (5), 845-849, 2004
392004
Black widow spiders in an urban desert: Population variation in an arthropod pest across metropolitan Phoenix, AZ
P Trubl, T Gburek, L Miles, JC Johnson
Urban Ecosystems 15 (3), 599-609, 2012
372012
Black widows in an urban desert: city-living compromises spider fecundity and egg investment despite urban prey abundance
JC Johnson, PJ Trubl, LS Miles
The American Midland Naturalist 168 (2), 333-340, 2012
322012
Chemical prey cues influence the urban microhabitat preferences of Western black widow spiders, Latrodectus hesperus
A Johnson, O Revis, JC Johnson
Journal of Arachnology 39 (3), 449-453, 2011
302011
Family affects sibling cannibalism in the black widow spider, Latrodectus hesperus
JC Johnson, K Kitchen, MCB Andrade
Ethology 116 (8), 770-777, 2010
292010
The role of body size in mating interactions of the sexually cannibalistic fishing spider Dolomedes triton
JC Johnson
Ethology 111 (1), 51-61, 2005
292005
Maternal effects on egg investment and offspring performance in black widow spiders
JC Johnson, LS Miles, PJ Trubl, A Hagenmaier
Animal behaviour 91, 67-73, 2014
232014
Urbanization as a facilitator of gene flow in a human health pest
LS Miles, JC Johnson, RJ Dyer, BC Verrelli
Molecular ecology 27 (16), 3219-3230, 2018
202018
Reply to Neff and Sherman. Behavioral syndromes versus darwinian algorithms
A Sih, AM Bell, JC Johnson
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19 (12), 622-623, 2004
192004
Individual variation in ballooning dispersal by black widow spiderlings: The effects of family and social rearing
JC Johnson, R Halpin, D Stevens, A Vannan, J Lam, K Bratsch
Current Zoology 61 (3), 520-528, 2015
162015
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