Lisa S. Hayward, Ph.D.

"Lisa Hayward"
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John C. Wingfield grad student 2004 University of Washington
 (Elevated maternal corticosterone alters offspring development, physiology and behavior in quail.)
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Wasser SK, Hayward LS, Hartman J, et al. (2012) Using detection dogs to conduct simultaneous surveys of northern spotted (Strix occidentalis caurina) and barred owls (Strix varia). Plos One. 7: e42892
Hayward LS, Moodie EEM, Wingfield JC. (2012) Patterns of yolk testosterone deposition in two populations of Arctic-breeding Redpolls Journal of Ornithology. 153: 727-734
Hayward LS, Booth RK, Wasser SK. (2010) Eliminating the artificial effect of sample mass on avian fecal hormone metabolite concentration. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 169: 117-22
Wasser SK, Azkarate JC, Booth RK, et al. (2010) Non-invasive measurement of thyroid hormone in feces of a diverse array of avian and mammalian species. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 168: 1-7
Busch DS, Hayward LS. (2009) Stress in a conservation context: A discussion of glucocorticoid actions and how levels change with conservation-relevant variables Biological Conservation. 142: 2844-2853
Hayward LS, Richardson JB, Grogan MN, et al. (2006) Sex differences in the organizational effects of corticosterone in the egg yolk of quail. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 146: 144-8
Hayward LS, Satterlee DG, Wingfield JC. (2005) Japanese quail selected for high plasma corticosterone response deposit high levels of corticosterone in their eggs. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 78: 1026-31
Hayward LS, Wingfield JC. (2004) Maternal corticosterone is transferred to avian yolk and may alter offspring growth and adult phenotype. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 135: 365-71
Hayward LS, Rohwer S. (2004) Sex difference in attitudes toward paternity testing Evolution and Human Behavior. 25: 242-248
Lynn SE, Hayward LS, Benowitz-Fredericks ZM, et al. (2002) Behavioural insensitivity to supplementary testosterone during the parental phase in the chestnut-collared longspur, Calcarius ornatus Animal Behaviour. 63: 795-803
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