PUBLICATIONS

*undergraduate co-author

Cook, P. A., Costello, R. A., V. A. Formica, and E. D. Brodie III. In prep. Population age structure shapes individual fitness and phenotypic selection in a long-lived beetle.

Cook, P. A., Costello, R. A., V. A. Formica, and E. D. Brodie III. In prep. Individual and population age impact social behavior and network structure in a long-lived insect.

 

Hayes, K., T. Carter, P. A. Cook, E. Twadell, B. Buma. In prep. Strategies for managing and leading fieldwork successfully as a graduate student.

Costello, R. A., R. E. Thoms*, P. A. Cook, V. A. Formica, and E. D. Brodie III. Submitted. Space use and other behaviors link variation in social activity with resource distribution. Behavioral Ecology.

Cook, P. A., O. M. Baker*, R. A. Costello, V. A. Formica, and E. D. Brodie III. 2022. Group composition of individual personalities alters social network structure in experimental populations of forked fungus beetles. Biology Letters. pdf

Costello, R. A., P. A. Cook, V. A. Formica, and E. D. Brodie III. 2022. Group and individual social network metrics are robust to changes in resource distribution in experimental populations of forked fungus beetles. Journal of Animal Ecology. pdf

 

Brodie, E. D. III, P. A. Cook, R. A. Costello, and V. A. Formica. 2021. Phenotypic assortment changes the landscape of selection. Journal of Heredity. pdf

Cook, P. A., R. Rasmussen*, J. Brown, and I. Cooper. 2018. Sexual conflict does not maintain female colour polymorphism in a territorial damselfly. Animal Behavior 140: 171-176 pdf

Formica, V. A., C. W. Wood, P. A. Cook, and E. D. Brodie III. 2017. Consistency of animal social networks after disturbance. Behavioral Ecology 28(1): 85-93. Selected by Faculty of 1000 Ecology. pdf