Emma I. Greig, Ph.D.

Ecology and Evolution University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
"Emma Greig"
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Stephen Pruett-Jones grad student 2010 Chicago
 (Vocal communication in splendid fairy-wrens (Malurus splendens).)
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Greig EI, Baldassarre DT, Webster MS. (2015) Differential rates of phenotypic introgression are associated with male behavioral responses to multiple signals. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Shah SS, Greig EI, MacLean SA, et al. (2015) Risk-based alarm calling in a nonpasserine bird Animal Behaviour. 106: 129-136
Greig EI, Webster MS. (2014) How do novel signals originate? The evolution of fairy-wren songs from predator to display contexts Animal Behaviour. 88: 57-65
Greig EI, Webster MS. (2013) Spatial decoupling of song and plumage generates novel phenotypes between 2 avian subspecies Behavioral Ecology. 24: 1004-1013
Greig EI, Price JJ, Pruett-Jones S. (2013) Song evolution in Maluridae: Influences of natural and sexual selection on acoustic structure Emu. 113: 270-281
Greig EI, Taft BN, Pruett-Jones S. (2012) Sons learn songs from their social fathers in a cooperatively breeding bird. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 279: 3154-60
Pruett-Jones S, Greig EI, Rowe M, et al. (2010) The effects of sex, age, and social status on annual survival in the splendid fairy-wren Condor. 112: 369-377
Greig EI, Pruett-Jones S. (2010) Danger may enhance communication: Predator calls alert females to male displays Behavioral Ecology. 21: 1360-1366
Greig EI, Spendel K, Brandley NC. (2010) A predator-elicited vocalisation in the Variegated Fairy-wren (Malurus lamberti) Emu. 110: 165-169
Greig EI, Pruett-Jones S. (2009) A predator-elicited song in the splendid fairy-wren: warning signal or intraspecific display? Animal Behaviour. 78: 45-52
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