Melissa Hughes, Ph.D.

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College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, United States 
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Anderson RC, Searcy WA, Peters S, et al. (2016) Song learning and cognitive ability are not consistently related in a songbird. Animal Cognition
Whiteman DC, Webb PM, Green AC, et al. (2015) Cancers in Australia in 2010 attributable to modifiable factors: summary and conclusions. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 39: 477-84
Whiteman DC, Webb PM, Green AC, et al. (2015) Cancers in Australia in 2010 attributable to modifiable factors: introduction and overview. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 39: 403-7
Akhter ET, Pereira A, Hughes M, et al. (2015) Plasticity of external setae during claw transformation in the snapping shrimp, Alpheus angulosus McClure, 2002 (Decapoda, Caridea) Crustaceana. 88: 893-910
Kershenbaum A, Blumstein DT, Roch MA, et al. (2014) Acoustic sequences in non-human animals: a tutorial review and prospectus. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Hughes M, Williamson T, Hollowell K, et al. (2014) Sex and weapons: Contrasting sexual dimorphisms in weaponry and aggression in snapping shrimp Ethology. 120: 982-994
Pereira A, Tracey E, Cooney PC, et al. (2014) Post-autotomy claw regrowth and functional recovery in the snapping shrimp Alpheus angulosus Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 47: 147-159
Pereira A, Hughes M, Korey CA, et al. (2013) The embryonic development of the snapping shrimp, alpheus angulosus mcclure, 2002 (Decapoda, Caridea) Crustaceana. 86: 1367-1381
Scales J, Hyman J, Hughes M. (2013) Fortune favours the aggressive: Territory quality and behavioural syndromes in song sparrows, Melospiza melodia Animal Behaviour. 85: 441-451
Vickery R, Hollowell K, Hughes M. (2012) Why have long antennae? Exploring the function of antennal contact in snapping shrimp Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 45: 161-176
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