Ashlee A. Vaughn, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
2011 The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, United States 
Area:
Behavioral Sciences Psychology, Zoology Biology, Ecology Biology

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2012 Vaughn AA, Delbarco-Trillo J, Ferkin MH. Re-feeding food-deprived male meadow voles affects the sperm allocation of their rival males. Ethology : Formerly Zeitschrift Fur Tierpsychologie. 118: 1133-1139. PMID 23185098 DOI: 10.1111/eth.12016  0.76
2012 Vaughn AA, Finger AA, Gibbs PE, Ferkin MH. Coat color and its effect on preference for the scent marks of opposite-sex conspecifics in the meadow vole Microtus pennsylvanicus Current Zoology. 58: 221-227.  0.48
2011 Vaughn AA, Ferkin MH. The presence and number of male competitor's scent marks and female reproductive state affect the response of male meadow voles to female conspecifics' odours Behaviour. 148: 927-943. DOI: 10.1163/000579511X584375  1
2011 Vaughn AA, Ferkin DA, del Barco-Trillo J, Ferkin MH. The duration of sociosexual behaviors in male meadow voles Microtus pennsylvanicus varies before, during, and after copulation Current Zoology. 57: 43-49.  1
2010 Vaughn AA, Delbarco-Trillo JH, Ferkin MH. Self-grooming by male meadow voles differs across copulation but is not affected by the risk and intensity of sperm competition Behaviour. 147: 259-274. DOI: 10.1163/000579509X12523920754410  1
2008 Vaughn AA, Delbarco-Trillo J, Ferkin MH. Sperm investment in male meadow voles is affected by the condition of the nearby male conspecifics. Behavioral Ecology : Official Journal of the International Society For Behavioral Ecology. 19: 1159-1164. PMID 19529815 DOI: 10.1093/beheco/arn092  0.76
2007 Pierce AA, Vaughn AA, Ferkin MH. Food deprivation suppresses a preference for the top-scent mark of an over-mark in meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus) Ethology. 113: 480-486. DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0310.2007.01338.x  0.96
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