Selected Publications & Presentations
House CM, Bleakley BH, Walling CA, Price TA, Stamper CE & Moore AJ. (In press) The influence of maternal effects on indirect benefits associated with polyandry. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
Bleakley, B.H., J. Wolf, and A.J. Moore. (2010) Evolutionary quantitative genetics of social behaviour pp. 29-54 in Social behaviour: genes, ecology and evolution. T. Szekely, A.J. Moore, J. Komdeur, and M. Griffiths, eds. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Bleakley, B.H. and E.D. Brodie III. (2009) Indirect genetic effects influence antipredator behavior in guppies: estimates of the coefficient of interaction psi and the inheritance of reciprocity. Evolution 63(7): 1796–1806.
Bleakley, B.H., A.C. Eklund and E.D. Brodie III. (2008) Are designer guppies inbred? Microsatellite variation in five strains of ornamental guppies used for behavioral research. Zebrafish 5(1):39-48.
Bleakley, B.H., D.J. Parker*, and E.D. Brodie III. (2007) Non-additive effects of group membership can lead to additive group phenotypes for anti-predator behaviour of guppies, Poecilia reticulata. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20(4): 1375–1384.
Bleakley, B.H., C.M. Martell*, and E.D. Brodie III. (2006) Variation in anti-predator behavior in five strains of inbred guppies, Poecilia reticulata. Behavior Genetics 36(5): 783-791.
* Undergraduate co-authors
Symposia, Invited Talks and Workshops
- Evolutionary Genetics of Cooperation and Cannibalism, University of Michigan Dearborn Research Symposium.
- Indirect Genetic Effects in Studies of Behavior (Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society at Pírenopolis, Brazil, Organizer).
- Interacting phenotypes, indirect genetic effects, and social selection in the evolution of cooperation and cannibalism. Research Seminar. University of Copenhagen.
- Interacting phenotypes and the biology of social behavior. Workshop for the Biology of Social Cognition. Wellcome Trust, Hinxton, Cambridge.
- Does who you hang out with matter? Behavioral evolution and indirect genetic effects in cooperation and cannibalism. Research Seminar. Northern Arizona University.
- Evolution of interacting phenotypes: Indirect genetic effects on social, antipredator and cannibalistic behavior. Research Seminar. University of Basel.
- Guppies and what they tell us about social cognition. Workshop for the Biology of Social Cognition. Cold Spring Harbor.
- Indirect genetic effects of social environment influence the expression of antipredator behavior in guppies, Poecilia reticulata. Research Seminar. Mountain Lake Biological Station.