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    Sandra Vehrencamp

    TitleEmeritus Professor
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentEcology, Behavior, and Evolution
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0346
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      Communication implication of learning stratagies.
      NIH/NIMH R01MH060461Sep 30, 1999 - Dec 31, 2008
      Role: Principal Investigator
      PATERNAL CARE AND COURTSHIP BEHAVIOR
      NIH/NICHD R01HD020183Apr 1, 1985 - Dec 31, 1987
      Role: Principal Investigator

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      1. Vehrencamp S, Ellis JM, Cropp BF, Koltz JM. Negotiation of territorial boundaries in a songbird. Behav Ecol. 2014 Nov; 25(6):1436-1450. PMID: 25419086.
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      2. Vehrencamp S, Yantachka J, Hall ML, de Kort SR. Trill performance components vary with age, season, and motivation in the banded wren. Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 2013 Mar 1; 67(3):409-419. PMID: 23543812.
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      3. Shen SF, Vehrencamp S, Johnstone RA, Chen HC, Chan SF, Liao WY, Lin KY, Yuan HW. Unfavourable environment limits social conflict in Yuhina brunneiceps. Nat Commun. 2012; 3:885. PMID: 22673912.
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      4. Sakata JT, Vehrencamp S. Integrating perspectives on vocal performance and consistency. J Exp Biol. 2012 Jan 15; 215(Pt 2):201-9. PMID: 22189763; PMCID: PMC3244338.
      5. Shen SF, Reeve HK, Vehrencamp S. Parental care, cost of reproduction and reproductive skew: a general costly young model. J Theor Biol. 2011 Sep 7; 284(1):24-31. PMID: 21703276.
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      6. Shen SF, Chen HC, Vehrencamp S, Yuan HW. Group provisioning limits sharing conflict among nestlings in joint-nesting Taiwan yuhinas. Biol Lett. 2010 Jun 23; 6(3):318-21. PMID: 20053663; PMCID: PMC2880055.
      7. Botero CA, Boogert NJ, Vehrencamp S, Lovette IJ. Climatic patterns predict the elaboration of song displays in mockingbirds. Curr Biol. 2009 Jul 14; 19(13):1151-5. PMID: 19464180; NIHMSID: NIHMS203199.
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      8. de Kort SR, Eldermire ER, Valderrama S, Botero CA, Vehrencamp S. Trill consistency is an age-related assessment signal in banded wrens. Proc Biol Sci. 2009 Jun 22; 276(1665):2315-21. PMID: 19324742; PMCID: PMC2677607.
      9. Botero CA, Rossman RJ, Caro LM, Stenzler LM, Lovette IJ, De Kort SR, Vehrencamp S. Syllable Type Consistency is Related to Age, Social Status, and Reproductive Success in the Tropical Mockingbird. Anim Behav. 2009 Mar 1; 77(3):701-706. PMID: 20161558.
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      10. Hall ML, Molles LE, Illes AE, Vehrencamp S. Singing in the face of death: male banded wrens sing more to playback in their last breeding season. . 2009 Mar; 40(2). PMID: 24347819.
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      11. Botero CA, Mudge AE, Koltz AM, Hochachka WM, Vehrencamp S. How reliable are the methods for estimating repertoire size? Ethology. 2008 Dec 1; 114(12):1227-1238. PMID: 19337590.
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      12. Cramer ER, Stenzler L, Talaba AL, Makarewich CA, Vehrencamp S, Lovette IJ. Isolation and characterization of SNP variation at 90 anonymous loci in the banded wren (Thryothorus pleurostictus). Conserv Genet. 2008 Dec; 9(6):1657-1660. PMID: 19060959.
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      13. de Kort SR, Eldermire ER, Cramer ER, Vehrencamp S. The deterrent effect of bird song in territory defense. Behav Ecol. 2009 Jan; 20(1):200-206. PMID: 19337589.
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      14. Mennill DJ, Vehrencamp S. Context-dependent functions of avian duets revealed by microphone-array recordings and multispeaker playback. Curr Biol. 2008 Sep 9; 18(17):1314-9. PMID: 18771924; NIHMSID: NIHMS69656.
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      15. Laidre ME, Vehrencamp S. Is bird song a reliable signal of aggressive intent? Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 2008 May; 62(7):1207-1211. PMID: 18509520.
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      16. Botero CA, Riveros JM, Vehrencamp S. Relative threat and recognition ability in the responses of tropical mockingbirds to song playback. Anim Behav. 2007 Apr; 73(4):661-669. PMID: 18079978.
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      17. Botero CA, Vehrencamp S. RESPONSES OF MALE TROPICAL MOCKINGBIRDS TO VARIATION IN WITHIN-SONG AND BETWEEN-SONG VERSATILITY. Auk. 2007 Jan; 124(1):185-196. PMID: 18509510.
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      18. Vehrencamp S, Hall ML, Bohman ER, Depeine CD, Dalziell AH. Song matching, overlapping, and switching in the banded wren: the sender's perspective. Behav Ecol. 2007; 18:849-859. PMID: 18392112.
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      19. Brar RK, Schoenle LA, Stenzler LM, Hall ML, Vehrencamp S, Lovette IJ. Eleven microsatellite loci isolated from the banded wren (Thryothorus pleurostictus). Mol Ecol Notes. 2007; 7(1):69-71. PMID: 18392115.
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      20. Illes AE, Hall ML, Vehrencamp S. Vocal performance influences male receiver response in the banded wren. Proc Biol Sci. 2006 Aug 7; 273(1596):1907-12. PMID: 16822751; NIHMSID: NIHMS13344.
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      21. Mennill DJ, Burt JM, Fristrup KM, Vehrencamp S. Accuracy of an acoustic location system for monitoring the position of duetting songbirds in tropical forest. J Acoust Soc Am. 2006 May; 119(5 Pt 1):2832-9. PMID: 16708941; NIHMSID: NIHMS39873.
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      22. Hall ML, Illes A, Vehrencamp S. Overlapping signals in banded wrens: long-term effects of prior experience on males and females. Behav Ecol. 2006; 17(2):260-269. PMID: 16523216.
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      23. Trillo PA, Vehrencamp S. Song types and their structural features are associated with specific contexts in the banded wren. Anim Behav. 2005 Oct; 70(4):921-935. PMID: 17173097.
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      24. Molles LE, Vehrencamp S. Songbird cheaters pay a retaliation cost: evidence for auditory conventional signals. Proc Biol Sci. 2001 Oct 7; 268(1480):2013-9. PMID: 11571048; PMCID: PMC1088843.
      25. Vehrencamp S. Is song-type matching a conventional signal of aggressive intentions? Proc Biol Sci. 2001 Aug 7; 268(1476):1637-42. PMID: 11487412; PMCID: PMC1088788.
      26. Molles LE, Vehrencamp S. Neighbour recognition by resident males in the banded wren, Thryothorus pleurostictus, a tropical songbird with high song type sharing. Anim Behav. 2001 Jan; 61(1):119-127. PMID: 11170702.
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      27. Vehrencamp S. Testicular regression in relation to incubation effort in a tropical cuckoo. Horm Behav. 1982 Jun; 16(2):113-20. PMID: 6896864.
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      28. Vehrencamp S. Relative Fecundity and Parental Effort in Communally Nesting Anis, Crotophaga sulcirostris. Science. 1977 Jul 22; 197(4301):403-5. PMID: 17797969.
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