Karen Lee Hollis, PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA 
Area:
Insect behavior
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J. Bruce Overmier grad student 1979 UMN

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Victoria F Beja-Glasser research assistant 2010-2012 Mount Holyoke
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Nowbahari E, Amirault C, Hollis KL. (2016) Rescue of newborn ants by older Cataglyphis cursor adult workers. Animal Cognition
Hollis KL, Harrsch FA, Nowbahari E. (2015) Ants vs. antlions: An insect model for studying the role of learned and hard-wired behavior in coevolution Learning and Motivation. 50: 68-82
Hollis KL, Nowbahari E. (2013) Toward a behavioral ecology of rescue behavior. Evolutionary Psychology : An International Journal of Evolutionary Approaches to Psychology and Behavior. 11: 647-64
Taylor K, Visvader A, Nowbahari E, et al. (2013) Precision rescue behavior in north american ants Evolutionary Psychology. 11: 665-677
Hollis KL, Nowbahari E. (2013) A comparative analysis of precision rescue behaviour in sand-dwelling ants Animal Behaviour. 85: 537-544
Nowbahari E, Hollis KL, Durand JL. (2012) Division of labor regulates precision rescue behavior in sand-dwelling Cataglyphis cursor ants: to give is to receive. Plos One. 7: e48516
Vasconcelos M, Hollis K, Nowbahari E, et al. (2012) Pro-sociality without empathy. Biology Letters. 8: 910-2
Hollis KL, Cogswell H, Snyder K, et al. (2011) Specialized learning in antlions (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae), pit-digging predators, shortens vulnerable larval stage. Plos One. 6: e17958
Nowbahari E, Hollis KL. (2010) Distinguishing between rescue, cooperation and other forms of altruistic behavior Communicative and Integrative Biology. 3: 77-79
Guillette LM, Hollis KL, Markarian A. (2009) Learning in a sedentary insect predator: antlions (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae) anticipate a long wait. Behavioural Processes. 80: 224-32
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