Stevan J Arnold
Stevan J Arnold
Integrative Biology, Oregon State University
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The measurement of selection on correlated characters
R Lande, SJ Arnold
Evolution 37, 1210-1226, 1983
48991983
Morphology, performance and fitness
SJ Arnold
American Zoologist 23 (2), 347-361, 1983
16261983
On the measurement of natural and sexual selection: theory
SJ Arnold, MJ Wade
Evolution 38, 709-719, 1984
12661984
On the measurement of natural and sexual selection: applications
SJ Arnold, MJ Wade
Evolution 38, 720-734, 1984
7861984
Constraints on phenotypic evolution
SJ Arnold
Behavioral Mechanisms in Evolutionary Biology, 258-278, 1994
7421994
Directional selection and the evolution of breeding date in birds
T Price, M Kirkpatrick, SJ Arnold
Science 240 (4853), 798-799, 1988
6031988
Visualizing multivariate selection
PC Phillips, SJ Arnold
Evolution 43, 1209-1222, 1989
5331989
The adaptive landscape as a conceptual bridge between micro- and macroevolution
SJ Arnold, ME Pfrender, AG Jones
Microevolution Rate, Pattern, Process, 9-32, 2001
4942001
Hot rocks and not-so-hot rocks: retreat-site selection by garter snakes and its thermal consequences
RB Huey, CR Peterson, SJ Arnold, WP Porter
Ecology 70, 931-944, 1989
4811989
Animal mating systems: a synthesis based on selection theory
SJ Arnold, D Duvall
American Naturalist 143, 317-348, 1994
4571994
The intensity of sexual selection in relation to male sexual behaviour, female choice, and sperm precedence
MJ Wade, SJ Arnold
Animal Behaviour 28 (2), 446-461, 1980
4551980
Estimating nonlinear selection gradients using quadratic regression coefficients: double or nothing?
JR Stinchcombe, AF Agrawal, PA Hohenlohe, SJ Arnold, MW Blows
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (9), 2435-2440, 2008
4012008
Resolving the paradox of stasis: models with stabilizing selection explain evolutionary divergence on all timescales
S Estes, SJ Arnold
The American Naturalist 169 (2), 227-244, 2007
3922007
Behavioral variation in natural populations. I. Phenotypic, genetic and environmental correlations between chemoreceptive responses to prey in the garter snake, Thamnophis elegans
SJ Arnold
Evolution 35, 489-509, 1981
3641981
Hierarchical comparison of genetic variance-covariance matrices. I. Using the Flury hierarchy
PC Phillips, SJ Arnold
Evolution 53, 1506-1515, 1999
3631999
Sexual selection: the interface of theory and empiricism
SJ Arnold
Mate Choice, 67-107, 1983
3621983
Sexual Behavior, Sexual Interference and Sexual Defense in the Salamanders Ambystoma maculatum, Ambystoma tigrinum and Plethodon jordani
SJ Arnold
Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie 42 (3), 247-300, 1976
3261976
Understanding the evolution and stability of the G‐matrix
SJ Arnold, R Bürger, PA Hohenlohe, BC Ajie, AG Jones
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (10), 2451-2461, 2008
3122008
Foraging theory and prey-size-predator-size relations in snakes
SJ Arnold
Snakes: Ecology and Behavior, 87-115, 1993
309*1993
Differential predation on metamorphic anurans by garter snakes (Thamnophis): social behavior as a possible defense
SJ Arnold, RJ Wassersug
Ecology 59, 1014-1022, 1978
3071978
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