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2018

 28 – Maldonado Chaparro, A.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Forstmeier, B.; Kempenaers, B.; Farine, D. R. Linking the fine-scale social environment to mating decisions: a future direction for the study of extra-pair paternity. Biological Reviews, accepted.

 2017

27 – Montiglio, P.-O.; McGlothlin, J. W.; Farine, D. R. Social structure modulates the evolutionary consequences of social plasticity: taking a social network perspective of interacting phenotypes. Ecology and Evolution, in press.

26 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Wey, T. W.; Sih, A. Effects of the group’s mix of sizes and personalities on the emergence of alternative mating systems in water striders, Behavioral Ecology, 28, 1068 – 1074.

25 – Sih, A; Montiglio, P.-O.; Wey, T. W.; Fogarty, S. Altered physical and social conditions produce rapidly reversible mating systems in water striders. Behavioral Ecology, 28, 632 – 639.

24 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Wey, T. W.; Chang, A. T.; Fogarty, S.; Sih, A. Correlational selection on personality and social plasticity: morphology and social context determine behavioural effects on mating success. Journal of Animal Ecology, 86, 213 – 226.

2016

23 – Montiglio, P.-O.; DiRienzo, N. 2016. There’s no place like home: the contribution of direct and extended phenotypes on the expression of spider aggressiveness. Behavioral Ecology, 27, 1880 – 1888.

22 – DiRienzo, N.; Montiglio, P.-O. 2016. The contribution of developmental experience vs. condition to life history, trait variation and individual differences. Journal of Animal Ecology, 85, 915 – 926.

21 – DiRienzo, N.*; Montiglio, P.-O.* (*contribution égale). 2016. Individual differences in web structure and aggression in black widows: linking behavior and the extended phenotype. Behavioral Ecology, 27, 1424 – 1431.

20 – Laskowski, K. L.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Pruitt. J. 2016. Individual and group performance suffers from niche disruption. American Naturalist, 187, 776 – 785.

19 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Wey, T. W.; Chang, A. T.; Fogarty, S.; Sih, A. 2016. Assortative personality and body size in water striders (Aquarius remigis): distinguishing between apparent and true assortative mating. Journal of Animal Ecology, 85, 125 – 135.

2015

18 – Farine, D. R.*; Montiglio, P.-O.*; Spiegel, O.* (*contribution égale). 2015. From individuals to groups and back: the evolutionary implications of group phenotypic composition, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 10, 609 – 621.

17 – Wey, T.; Spiegel, O.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Mabry, K. 2015. Natal dispersal in a social landscape, considering individual behavioral phenotypes and social environment in dispersal ecology. Current Zoology, 61, 543 – 556.

16 – Wey, T; Chang, A. T.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Fogarty, S.; Sih, A. 2015. Linking short-term behavior and personalities to feeding and mating rates in female water striders. Behavioral Ecology, 26, 1196 – 1202.

15 – DiRienzo, N.*; Montiglio, P.-O.* (*contribution égale). 2015. Do we need another data-free paper on animal personality? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 3, 23.

14 – Sih, A; Mathot, K.; Moiron, M.; P.-O. Montiglio; Wolf, M.; Dingemanse, N. J. 2015. Animal personality and state-behaviour feedbacks: a review and guide for empiricists. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 30, 50 – 60.

13 – Careau, V.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Garant, D.; Pelletier, F.; Speakman, J.; Humphries, M.M.; Réale, D. 2015. Energy expenditure and personality in wild chipmunks. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69, 653 – 661.

12 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Garant, D.; Pelletier, F.; Réale, D. 2015. Intra-individual variability in fecal cortisol metabolites varies with lifetime exploration and reproductive life history in eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69, 1 – 11.

2014

11 – Montiglio, P.-O.*; Royauté, R. (*contribution égale). 2014. Contaminants as a neglected source of individual variation in behavior. Animal Behaviour, 88, 29 – 35.

10 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Garant, D.; Bergeron, P.; Dubuc Messier, G.; Réale, D. 2014. Pulsed resources and the coupling between life-history strategies and exploration patterns in eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus). Journal of Animal Ecology, 83, 720 – 728.

2013

9 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Ferrari, C.; Réale, D. 2013. Personality, social interactions and social niche specialization. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 368, 20120343.

8 – Thompson, A. B.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Humphries, M. M. 2013. Behavioural impacts of torpor expression: a transient effect in captive eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus). Physiology and Behaviour, 110/111, 115 – 121.

7 – Bergeron, P.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Réale, D; Humphries, M. M.; Gimenez, O.; Garant, D. 2013. Disruptive viability selection on adult exploratory behavior in eastern chipmunks. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26, 766 – 774.

2012

6 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Garant, D.; Pelletier, F.; Réale, D. 2012. Personality differences are related to long term stress reactivity in wild eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus), Animal Behaviour, 84, 1071 – 1079.

5 – Bergeron, P.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Réale, D.; Humphries, M. M.; Garant, D. 2012. Bateman gradients in a promiscuous mating system. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66, 1125 – 1130.

4 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Pelletier, F.; Palme, R.; Garant. D.; Réale, D.; Boonstra, R. 2012. Non-invasive monitoring of fecal cortisol metabolites in the eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus): validation and comparison of two enzyme immunoassays. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 85, 183 – 193.

before 2011

3 – Montiglio, P.-O.; Garant, D.; Thomas, D.; Réale, D. 2010. Individual variation in temporal activity patterns in open-field tests. Animal Behaviour, 80, 905 – 912.

2 – Réale, D.; Garant, D.; Humphries, M. M.; Bergeron, P.; Careau, V.; Montiglio, P.-O. 2010. Personality and the emergence of the pace-of-life syndrome concept at the population level. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 365, 4051 – 4063.

1 – Lemaître, J.; Fortin, D.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Darveau, M. 2009. Bot fly parasitism of the red-backed vole: host survival, infection risk, and population growth. Oecologia, 159, 283 – 294.

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