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Eileen Hebets
Eileen Hebets
Professor of Biology, University of Nebraska
Verified email at unl.edu
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Complex signal function: developing a framework of testable hypotheses
EA Hebets, DR Papaj
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57 (3), 197-214, 2005
9062005
Female mate choice based upon male motor performance
J Byers, E Hebets, J Podos
Animal Behaviour 79 (4), 771-778, 2010
4042010
Subadult experience influences adult mate choice in an arthropod: exposed female wolf spiders prefer males of a familiar phenotype
EA Hebets
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (23), 13390-13395, 2003
2892003
An introduction to multimodal communication
JP Higham, EA Hebets
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (9), 1381-1388, 2013
2022013
Female responses to isolated signals from multimodal male courtship displays in the wolf spider genusSchizocosa (Araneae: Lycosidae)
EA Hebets, GW Uetz
Animal Behaviour 57 (4), 865-872, 1999
1741999
Attention-altering signal interactions in the multimodal courtship display of the wolf spider Schizocosa uetzi
EA Hebets
Behavioral Ecology 16 (1), 75-82, 2005
1632005
Leg ornamentation and the efficacy of courtship display in four species of wolf spider (Araneae: Lycosidae)
EA Hebets, GW Uetz
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 47 (4), 280-286, 2000
1622000
A systems approach to animal communication
EA Hebets, AB Barron, CN Balakrishnan, ME Hauber, PH Mason, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1826), 20152889, 2016
1352016
Embracing multiple definitions of learning
AB Barron, EA Hebets, TA Cleland, CL Fitzpatrick, ME Hauber, ...
Trends in neurosciences 38 (7), 405-407, 2015
1322015
Diet influences mate choice selectivity in adult female wolf spiders
EA Hebets, J Wesson, PS Shamble
Animal Behaviour 76 (2), 355-363, 2008
1222008
Seismic signals are crucial for male mating success in a visual specialist jumping spider (Araneae: Salticidae)
DO Elias, EA Hebets, RR Hoy, AC Mason
Animal Behaviour 69 (4), 931-938, 2005
1152005
Experience leads to preference: experienced females prefer brush-legged males in a population of syntopic wolf spiders
EA Hebets, CJ Vink
Behavioral Ecology 18 (6), 1010-1020, 2007
1032007
Female preference for complex/novel signals in a spider
DO Elias, EA Hebets, RR Hoy
Behavioral Ecology 17 (5), 765-771, 2006
1032006
Courtship effort is a better predictor of mating success than ornamentation for male wolf spiders
PS Shamble, DJ Wilgers, KA Swoboda, EA Hebets
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1242-1251, 2009
932009
Complex courtship displays facilitate male reproductive success and plasticity in signaling across variable environments
DJ Wilgers, EA Hebets
Current Zoology 57 (2), 175-186, 2011
912011
Diversification under sexual selection: the relative roles of mate preference strength and the degree of divergence in mate preferences
RL Rodríguez, JW Boughman, DA Gray, EA Hebets, G Höbel, LB Symes
Ecology letters 16 (8), 964-974, 2013
842013
The dominance of seismic signaling and selection for signal complexity in Schizocosa multimodal courtship displays
EA Hebets, CJ Vink, L Sullivan-Beckers, MF Rosenthal
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (9), 1483-1498, 2013
812013
Geographical variation in male courtship behaviour and sexual isolation in wolf spiders of the genusSchizocosa
GL Miller, GE Stratton, PR Miller, E Hebets
Animal behaviour 56 (4), 937-951, 1998
781998
Seismic signal dominance in the multimodal courtship display of the wolf spider Schizocosa stridulans Stratton 1991
EA Hebets
Behavioral Ecology 19 (6), 1250-1257, 2008
762008
Substrate-dependent signalling success in the wolf spider, Schizocosa retrorsa
EA Hebets, DO Elias, AC Mason, GL Miller, GE Stratton
Animal Behaviour 75 (2), 605-615, 2008
732008
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