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Matthew J Hasenjager
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Detecting and quantifying social transmission using network‐based diffusion analysis
MJ Hasenjager, E Leadbeater, W Hoppitt
Journal of Animal Ecology 90 (1), 8-26, 2021
432021
Fear of predation shapes social network structure and the acquisition of foraging information in guppy shoals
MJ Hasenjager, LA Dugatkin
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1867), 20172020, 2017
322017
Social network analysis in behavioral ecology
MJ Hasenjager, LA Dugatkin
Advances in the Study of Behavior 47, 39-114, 2015
322015
Network-based diffusion analysis reveals context-specific dominance of dance communication in foraging honeybees
MJ Hasenjager, W Hoppitt, E Leadbeater
Nature communications 11 (1), 625, 2020
252020
NBDA: a package for implementing network-based diffusion analysis
W Hoppitt, T Photopoulou, M Hasenjager, E Leadbeater
R package version 0.9 4, 2019
242019
Familiarity affects network structure and information flow in guppy ( Poecilia reticulata ) shoals
MJ Hasenjager, LA Dugatkin
Behavioral Ecology, arw152, 2016
182016
Personality composition determines social learning pathways within shoaling fish
MJ Hasenjager, W Hoppitt, LA Dugatkin
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1936), 20201871, 2020
152020
Multilayer network analysis: new opportunities and challenges for studying animal social systems
MJ Hasenjager, M Silk, DN Fisher
Current Zoology 67 (1), 45-48, 2021
92021
Environmental conditions associated with repetitive behavior in a group of African elephants
MJ Hasenjager, RA Bergl
Zoo biology 34 (3), 201-210, 2015
92015
The networked animal
LA Dugatkin, M Hasenjager
Scientific American 312 (6), 50-55, 2015
82015
Honeybee Communication: There’s More on the Dancefloor
E Leadbeater, MJ Hasenjager
Current Biology 29 (8), R285-R287, 2019
62019
From dyads to collectives: a review of honeybee signalling
MJ Hasenjager, VR Franks, E Leadbeater
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 76 (9), 124, 2022
52022
Do honey bees modulate dance following according to foraging distance?
MJ Hasenjager, W Hoppitt, E Leadbeater
Animal Behaviour 184, 89-97, 2022
42022
Effects of increased feeding frequency on captive North American river otter (Lontra canadensis) Behavior
MJ Hasenjager
Masters Abstracts International 49 (05), 2011
42011
Insect Social Learning
MJ Hasenjager, E Leadbeater
Academic Press, 2019
22019
Coupled information networks drive honeybee (Apis mellifera) collective foraging
MJ Hasenjager, W Hoppitt, I Cunningham‐Eurich, VR Franks, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 93 (1), 71-82, 2024
12024
Behavioural variation among workers promotes feed-forward loops in a simulated insect colony
C Easter, E Leadbeater, MJ Hasenjager
Royal Society Open Science 9 (3), 220120, 2022
12022
Social interactions are impacted by food availability, food type, and group size
X Guo, M Hasenjager, N Fefferman, N Pinter-Wollman
bioRxiv, 2024.03. 07.584014, 2024
2024
Designing sustainable systems using nature’s toolbox
MJ Hasenjager, X Guo, N Pinter-Wollman, NH Fefferman
Sustainability Science 18 (6), 2787-2793, 2023
2023
Honeybee dance-followers respond similarly to dances regardless of their spatial information content
MJ Hasenjager, W Hoppitt, E Leadbeater
bioRxiv, 2021.03. 24.436796, 2021
2021
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