Michael J. Ryan
Michael J. Ryan
Professor of Integrative Biology
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The evolution of mating preferences and the paradox of the lek
M Kirkpatrick, MJ Ryan
Nature 350 (6313), 33-38, 1991
13491991
The túngara frog: a study in sexual selection and communication
MJ Ryan
University of Chicago Press, 1985
9571985
Directional patterns of female mate choice and the role of sensory biases
MJ Ryan, A Keddy-Hector
American Naturalist, 4-35, 1992
7041992
The role of body size, phylogeny, and ambient noise in the evolution of bird song
MJ Ryan, EA Brenowitz
The American Naturalist 126 (1), 87-100, 1985
5981985
Sexual selection for sensory exploitation in the frog Physalaemus pustulosus
MJ Ryan, JH Fox, W Wilczynski, AS Rand
Nature 343 (6253), 66-67, 1990
5781990
Sexual selection, sensory systems and sensory exploitation
MJ Ryan
Oxford surveys in evolutionary biology 7, 157-195, 1990
5611990
Species recognition and sexual selection as a unitary problem in animal communication
MJ Ryan, AS Rand
Evolution 47 (2), 647-657, 1993
5021993
Female mate choice in a neotropical frog
MJ Ryan
Science 209 (4455), 523, 1980
4791980
Bat predation and the evolution of frog vocalizations in the Neotropics
MD Tuttle, MJ Ryan
Science 214 (4521), 677-678, 1981
4581981
Sexual selection, receiver biases, and the evolution of sex differences
MJ Ryan
Science 281 (5385), 1999-2003, 1998
3861998
Patterns of advertisement call evolution in toads and chorus frogs
RB Cocroft, MJ Ryan
Animal behaviour 49 (2), 283-303, 1995
3761995
Sexual selection and signal evolution: the ghost of biases past
MJ Ryan, AS Rand
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1993
3691993
What do animal signals mean?
D Rendall, MJ Owren, MJ Ryan
Animal Behaviour 78 (2), 233-240, 2009
3442009
THE SENSORY BASIS OF SEXUAL SELECTION FOR COMPLEX CALLS IN THE TÚNGARA FROG, PHYSALAEMUS PUSTULOSUS (SEXUAL SELECTION FOR …
MJ Ryan, AS Rand
Evolution 44 (2), 305-314, 1990
3121990
Bat predation and sexual advertisement in a neotropical anuran
MJ Ryan, MD Tuttle, AS Rand
The American Naturalist 119 (1), 136-139, 1982
3101982
Learned social preference in zebrafish
RE Engeszer, MJ Ryan, DM Parichy
Current Biology 14 (10), 881-884, 2004
2702004
Asymmetries in mating preferences between species: female swordtails prefer heterospecific males
MJ Ryan, WE Wagner
Science 236 (4801), 595-597, 1987
2561987
Energy, calling, and selection
MJ Ryan
American Zoologist 28 (3), 885-898, 1988
2521988
The mystery of language evolution
MD Hauser, C Yang, RC Berwick, I Tattersall, MJ Ryan, J Watumull, ...
Frontiers in psychology 5, 401, 2014
2502014
Benefit to male sailfin mollies of mating with heterospecific females
I Schlupp, C Marler, MJ Ryan
Science 263 (5145), 373-374, 1994
2421994
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