Thomas P. Hahn

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University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
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Hunt KE, Hahn TP, Buck CL, et al. (2019) Effect of testosterone blockers on male aggression, song and parental care in an arctic passerine, the Lapland longspur (Calcarius lapponicus). Hormones and Behavior
Henderson LJ, Brazeal KR, Hahn TP. (2018) Plumage coloration and social context influence male investment in song. Biology Letters. 14
Schultz EM, Cornelius JM, Reichard DG, et al. (2018) Innate immunity and environmental correlates of Haemoproteus prevalence and intensity in an opportunistic breeder. Parasitology. 1-12
Cornelius JM, Perreau G, Bishop VR, et al. (2017) Social information changes stress hormone receptor expression in the songbird brain. Hormones and Behavior
Chmura HE, Meddle SL, Wingfield JC, et al. (2017) Effects of a social cue on reproductive development and pre-alternate molt in seasonally breeding migrant and resident female songbirds (Zonotrichia leucophrys). The Journal of Experimental Biology. 220: 2947-2956
Squire ME, Veglia MK, Drucker KA, et al. (2016) Estrogen Levels Influence Medullary Bone Quantity And Density In Female House Finches And Pine Siskins. General and Comparative Endocrinology
Schultz EM, Hahn TP, Klasing KC. (2016) Photoperiod but not food restriction modulates innate immunity in an opportunistic breeder, Loxia curvirostra. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Watts HE, Edley B, Hahn TP. (2016) A potential mate influences reproductive development in female, but not male, pine siskins. Hormones and Behavior
Watts HE, MacDougall-Shackleton SA, Hahn TP. (2015) Variation among individuals in photoperiod responses: Effects of breeding schedule, photoperiod, and age-related photoperiodic experience in birds. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological Genetics and Physiology. 323: 368-74
Zylberberg M, Derryberry EP, Breuner CW, et al. (2015) Haemoproteus infected birds have increased lifetime reproductive success. Parasitology. 142: 1033-43
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