Ned A. Dochtermann

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Phone: Email Only
Office:  Stevens 329B
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Research Interests

Ecological and evolutionary maintenance and consequences of phenotypic variation, in particular behavioral variation and behavioral correlations. Research examines, for example, how variation impacts evolutionary outcomes available to populations and how variation influences population dynamics.

Recent Publications

Bucklaew, A., N.A. Dochtermann. (in press) The effects of exposure to predators on personality and plasticity. Ethology. doi:10.1101/2020.03.26.010413

Westneat, D., Y. Araya-Ajoy, H. Allegue, B. Class, N. Dingemanse, N.A. Dochtermann, L. Garamszegi, J. Martin, S. Nakagawa, D. Realé, H. Schielzeth. (2020, link) Collision between biological process and statistical analysis revealed by mean-centering. Journal of Animal Ecology. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.13360

Royauté, R., A.V. Hedrick, N.A. Dochtermann. (2020, link) Behavioral syndromes shape evolutionary trajectories via conserved genetic architecture. Proceedings of the Royal Society (B). doi:10.1101/61941

Dingemanse, N.J., I. Barber, N.A. Dochtermann.(2020) Non-consumptive effects of predation: does perceived risk strengthen the genetic integration of behaviour and morphology in stickleback? Ecology Letters. doi:10.1111/ele.13413

Schielzeth, H., N.J. Dingemanse, S. Nakagawa, D.F. Westneat, H. Allegue, C. Teplitsky, D. Réale, N.A. Dochtermann, L.Z. Garamszegi, Y.G. Araya-Ajoy. (2020, link) Robustness of linear mixed-effects models to violations of distributional assumptions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi:10.1111/2041‐210X.13434

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