Dave Chiszar

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1971-2011 Psychology and Neuroscience CU - Boulder 
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Saviola AJ, Chiszar D, Busch C, et al. (2013) Molecular basis for prey relocation in viperid snakes. Bmc Biology. 11: 20
Chiszar D, Krauss S, Shipley B, et al. (2009) Response of hatchling Komodo Dragons (Varanus komodoensis) at Denver Zoo to visual and chemical cues arising from prey. Zoo Biology. 28: 29-34
Chiszar D, Dunn TM, Stark P, et al. (2001) Response of brown treesnakes (Boiga irregularis) to mammalian blood: whole blood, serum, and cellular residue. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 27: 979-84
Chiszar D, Dunn TM, Smith HM. (1993) Response of brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis) to human blood. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 19: 91-6
Chiszar D, Hobika G, Smith HM. (1993) Prairie rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis) respond to rodent blood with chemosensory searching. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 41: 229-33
Chiszar D, Fox K, Smith HM. (1992) Stimulus control of predatory behavior in the brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis). IV. Effect of mammalian blood. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 57: 167-9
Weinstein SA, Chiszar D, Bell RC, et al. (1991) Lethal potency and fractionation of Duvernoy's secretion from the brown tree snake, Boiga irregularis. Toxicon : Official Journal of the International Society On Toxinology. 29: 401-7
Duvall D, Chiszar D, Hayes WK, et al. (1990) Chemical and behavioral ecology of foraging in prairie rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis viridis). Journal of Chemical Ecology. 16: 87-101
Chiszar D, Melcer T, Lee R, et al. (1990) Chemical cues used by prairie rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis) to follow trails of rodent prey. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 16: 79-86
Chiszar D, Wertheimer M. (1988) The Boulder model: a history of psychology at the University of Colorado. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. 24: 81-6
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