Rindy C. Anderson
Rindy C. Anderson
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The evolution of self-control
EL MacLean, B Hare, CL Nunn, E Addessi, F Amici, RC Anderson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (20), E2140-E2148, 2014
Sounds like a winner: Voice pitch influences perception of leadership capacity in both men and women
CA Klofstad, RC Anderson, S Peters
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1738), 2698-2704, 2012
How does cognition evolve? Phylogenetic comparative psychology
EL MacLean, LJ Matthews, BA Hare, CL Nunn, RC Anderson, F Aureli, ...
Animal cognition 15, 223-238, 2012
Song repertoire size in male song sparrows correlates with detour reaching, but not with other cognitive measures
NJ Boogert, RC Anderson, S Peters, WA Searcy, S Nowicki
Animal Behaviour 81 (6), 1209-1216, 2011
Bird song as a signal of aggressive intent
WA Searcy, RC Anderson, S Nowicki
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60, 234-241, 2006
Vocal fry may undermine the success of young women in the labor market
RC Anderson, CA Klofstad, WJ Mayew, M Venkatachalam
PloS one 9 (5), e97506, 2014
Perceptions of competence, strength, and age influence voters to select leaders with lower-pitched voices
CA Klofstad, RC Anderson, S Nowicki
PloS one 10 (8), e0133779, 2015
Neural correlates of categorical perception in learned vocal communication
JF Prather, S Nowicki, RC Anderson, S Peters, R Mooney
Nature neuroscience 12 (2), 221-228, 2009
Preference for leaders with masculine voices holds in the case of feminine leadership roles
RC Anderson, CA Klofstad
PloS one 7 (12), e51216, 2012
Soft song in song sparrows: acoustic structure and implications for signal function
RC Anderson, WA Searcy, S Peters, S Nowicki
Ethology 114 (7), 662-676, 2008
Measuring hearing in the harbor seal (Phoca vitulina): Comparison of behavioral and auditory brainstem response techniques
LF Wolski, RC Anderson, AE Bowles, PK Yochem
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113 (1), 629-637, 2003
Soft song in song sparrows: response of males and females to an enigmatic signal
RC Anderson, S Nowicki, WA Searcy
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 1267-1274, 2007
Quiet threats: soft song as an aggressive signal in birds
Ç Akçay, RC Anderson, S Nowicki, MD Beecher, WA Searcy
Animal Behaviour 105, 267-274, 2015
The receiver-dependent cost of soft song: a signal of aggressive intent in songbirds
RC Anderson, WA Searcy, M Hughes, S Nowicki
Animal Behaviour 83 (6), 1443-1448, 2012
Why signal softly? The structure, function and evolutionary significance of low-amplitude signals
DG Reichard, RC Anderson
Animal Behaviour 105, 253-265, 2015
Song learning and cognitive ability are not consistently related in a songbird
RC Anderson, WA Searcy, S Peters, M Hughes, AL DuBois, S Nowicki
Animal Cognition 20, 309-320, 2017
Partial song matching in an eastern population of song sparrows, Melospiza melodia
RC Anderson, WA Searcy, S Nowicki
Animal Behaviour 69 (1), 189-196, 2005
For love or money? The influence of personal resources and environmental resource pressures on human mate preferences
RC Anderson, CA Klofstad
Ethology 118 (9), 841-849, 2012
Song type sharing and territory tenure in eastern song sparrows: implications for the evolution of song repertoires
M Hughes, RC Anderson, WA Searcy, LM Bottensek, S Nowicki
Animal Behaviour 73 (4), 701-710, 2007
Voice pitch predicts electability, but does not signal leadership ability
CA Klofstad, RC Anderson
Evolution and human behavior 39 (3), 349-354, 2018
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