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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. In press. 
  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: R1 – R3.
  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.

Communications 

  1. Schnell A.K.  (2018) Invited Commentary, Curiosity and the Cephalopods. The Psychologist, Tree of Life Issue: 3.
  2. Schnell A.K. (2016) Invited Commentary, Decoding the rules of cuttlefish fightclub. Biosphere Magazine, Issue 19: 25 – 31.