publications

Queller, Shirali, Wallace, DeAngelis, Yurt, Reding, Cummings. Complexity of the social rearing environment shapes personality and behavioral syndromes in adult female swordtail fish, Xiphophorus nigrensis. in prep

Phillips, Z. I., L. Reding, C. E. Farrior. How Host Development Influences Symbiont Transmission: A Superorganism Perspective. In revision.

Reding, L. and M. Cummings. Rational choice of social group in mosquitofish. 2019. Biology Letters.

Reding, L. and M. E. Cummings. Rational mate choice decisions vary with female age and multidimensional male signals in swordtails. 2018. Ethology.

Reding, L. and M. E. Cummings. Context-dependent preferences by multicomponent signals in a swordtail. 2017. Animal Behaviour.

Reding, L. and M. E. Cummings. Does sensory expansion benefit asexual species? An olfactory discrimination test in Amazon mollies. 2016. Behavioral Ecology.

Reding, L. Increased hatching success as a direct benefit of polyandry in birds. 2015. Evolution.

Reding, L. P, J. P. Swaddle, and H. A. Murphy. Sexual selection hinders adaptation in experimental populations of yeast. 2013. Biology Letters.