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Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Schnell A.K., Jozet-Alves C., Hall K.C., Radday L. & Hanlon R.T. 2019. Fighting and mating success in giant Australian cuttlefish is influenced by behavioural lateralization. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B. 286: 20182507.
  2. Amodio P., Boeckle M., Schnell A.K., Ostojić L., Fiorito G. & Clayton N.S. 2018. Grow smart and die young: why did cephalopods evolve intelligence? Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 34: 45 – 56.
  3. Schnell A.K., Bellanger C., Vallortigara G. & Jozet-Alves C. (2018) Visual asymmetries in cuttlefish during brightness matching for camouflage, Current Biology, 28: R9251 – R926.
  4. Allen J.J., Akkaynak D., Schnell A.K. & Hanlon R.T. (2017) Dramatic fighting by male cuttlefish for a female mate, American Naturalist, 190: 144 – 151.
  5. Schnell A.K., Hanlon R.T., Benkada A. & Jozet-Alves C. (2016) Lateralization of eye use in cuttlefish: opposite direction for anti-predatory and predatory behaviors, Frontiers in Physiology, 7: 620.
  6. Schnell A.K., Smith C.L., Hanlon R.T., Hall K.C. & Harcourt R. (2016) Cuttlefish perform multiple displays to communicate a hierarchy of threats. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 70: 1643 – 1655.
  7. Schnell A.K., Smith C.L., Hanlon R.T. & Harcourt R. (2015) Giant Australian cuttlefish use mutual assessment to resolve male-male contests. Animal Behaviour, 107: 31 – 40.
  8. Schnell A.K., Smith C.L., Hanlon R.T. & Harcourt R. (2014) Female receptivity, mating history, and familiarity influence the mating behavior of cuttlefish. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 69: 283 – 292.
  9. Schnell A.K. & Seebacher F. (2008) Can phenotypic plasticity facilitate the geographic expansion of the invasive tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus? Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 81: 733 -742.

Other publications

  1. Schnell A.K. & Clayton N.S. 2019. Cephalopod cognition. Invited Primer in Current Biology, 26: R726–R732.
  2. Schnell A.K. & Vallortigara G. 2019. ‘Mind’ is an ill-defined concept: considerations for future cephalopod research. A reply to Mather. Animal Sentience, 26: 16.
  3. Amodio P., Boeckle M., Schnell A.K., Fiorito G., Ostojić L. & Clayton N.S. 2019. Shell loss in cephalopods: trigger for, or by-product of, the evolution of intelligence? A reply to Mollo et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 34: 690 – 692.
  4. Schnell A.K.  (2018) Invited Commentary, Curiosity and the Cephalopods. The Psychologist, Tree of Life Issue: 3.
  5. Schnell A.K. (2016) Invited Commentary, Decoding the rules of cuttlefish fightclub. Biosphere Magazine, Issue 19: 25 – 31.