Lea Pollack
Lea Pollack
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Minnesota
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Vectors with autonomy: what distinguishes animal‐mediated nutrient transport from abiotic vectors?
AG McInturf, L Pollack, LH Yang, O Spiegel
Biological Reviews 94 (5), 1761-1773, 2019
Urban health and ecology: the promise of an avian biomonitoring tool
L Pollack, NR Ondrasek, R Calisi
Current zoology 63 (2), 205-212, 2017
Counter-culture: does social learning help or hinder adaptive response to human-induced rapid environmental change?
B Barrett, E Zepeda, L Pollack, A Munson, A Sih
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 183, 2019
Intermediate turbidity elicits the greatest antipredator response and generates repeatable behaviour in mosquitofish
SM Ehlman, R Halpin, C Jones, A Munson, L Pollack, A Sih
Animal behaviour 158, 101-108, 2019
The fitness consequences of kin-biased dispersal in a cooperatively breeding bird
L Pollack, DR Rubenstein
Biology Letters 11 (7), 20150336, 2015
Animal personalities
A Sih, A Munson, L Pollack
The Wiley Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences: Models and …, 2020
Game of webs: species and web structure influence contest outcome in black widow spiders
C Jones, L Pollack, N DiRienzo
Behavioral Ecology 31 (1), 32-42, 2020
Enhancing the ecological realism of evolutionary mismatch theory
L Pollack, A Munson, MS Savoca, PC Trimmer, SM Ehlman, MA Gil, A Sih
Trends in ecology & evolution 37 (3), 233-245, 2022
Individual variation and vulnerability to angling: No apparent behavioral differences among fish captured using different fishing gears
L Pollack, L Wiltsee, A Beittel, B Ganzorig, OP Jensen
Ethology 127 (12), 1084-1093, 2021
Variation in plastic consumption: social group size enhances individual susceptibility to an evolutionary trap
L Pollack, A Munson, E Zepeda, M Culshaw-Maurer, A Sih
Animal Behaviour 192, 171-188, 2022
On using conceptual frameworks to guide a systematic review: a comment on Berger-Tal et al.
A Sih, L Pollack, E Zepeda
Behavioral Ecology 30 (1), 12-13, 2019
Genetic Variation in Male Aggression Is Influenced by Genotype of Prior Social Partners in Drosophila melanogaster
M Hutchins, T Douglas, L Pollack, JB Saltz
The American Naturalist 203 (5), 551-561, 2024
Variation in Social Environment Influences Susceptibility to an Evolutionary Trap in Western Mosquitofish
L Pollack
University of California, Davis, 2021
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