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Turner AM, Di Giovanni AJ, Antonson ND, Scharf HM, Abolins-Abols M, and Hauber ME. (2022). Non-invasive elevation of circulating corticosterone increases the rejection of foreign eggs in female American robins (Turdus migratorius). Hormones and Behavior.

Antonson ND, Hauber ME, Schelsky WM, Scharf HM, Bulluck L, Viverette C, Pirro S, and Boves TJ. (2022). The complete genome sequence of Protonotaria citrea, the prothonotary warbler. Biodiversity Genomes.

Scharf HM, Hauber ME, Stenstrom KH, and Schelsky WM. (2022). Should I stay or should I go: the effect of avian brood parasitism on host fledging dynamics. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology.

Scharf HM, Schelsky WM, Chamberlain ML, and Hauber ME. (2022). Host parent responses to heterospecific parasite nestling alarm calls are independent of past and current experience with experimental brood parasitism. Animal Cognition.



Scharf HM, Hauber, ME, Mommer BC, Hoover JP, and Schelsky WM. (2021). The effect of avian brood parasitism on physiological responses of host nestlings. Oecologia,

Scharf HM, Abolins-Abols M, Stenstrom KH, Tolman DT, and Schelsky WM. (2021). Exposure to a mimetic or non-mimetic model avian brood parasite egg does not produce differential glucocorticoid responses in an egg-accepter host species. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 304(113723).


Hauber ME, Scharf HM, Reeve HK, and Suarez, AV. (Eds.) (2020). Signal detection theory in recognition systems: from evolving models to experimental tests. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 375(1802).

Scharf HM, Suarez AV, Reeve HK and Hauber ME. (2020) The evolution of conspecific acceptance threshold models. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375: 20190475.

Suarez AV, Scharf HM, Reeve HK, and Hauber ME. (2020) Signal detection, acceptance thresholds and the evolution of animal recognition systems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375: 20190464. http://dx. doi. org/10.1098/rstb. 2019.0464



Scharf HM, Stenstrom KH, Dainson M, Benson TJ, Fernandez-Juricic E, and Hauber ME (2019) Mimicry-dependent lateralization in the visual inspection of foreign eggs by American robins. Biology Letters 15: 20190351.

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