Peer-reviewed publications:

* undergraduate author

16. Heinen-Kay JL, DB Strub*, SL Balenger, & M Zuk. Direct and indirect effects of sexual signal loss on female reproduction (In review)

15. Heinen-Kay JL, EM Urquhart*, & M Zuk. Obligately silent males sire more offspring than singers in a rapidly evolving cricket population. (In revision)

14. Heinen-Kay JL, & M Zuk. When does sexual signal exploitation lead to signal loss? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. (In revision)

13. Olzer RM, N Deak*, X Tan*, JL Heinen-Kay, & M Zuk. 2019. Aggression and mating behavior in wild and captive populations of the house cricket, Acheta domesticusJournal of Insect Behavior. (In press)

12. Heinen-Kay JL, DB Strub*, & M Zuk. 2018. Limited flexibility in female Pacific field cricket (Teleogryllus oceanicus) exploratory behaviors in response to perceived social environment. Ethology 124(9): 650-656

11. Olzer RM, R Ehrlich, JL Heinen-Kay, JC Tanner, & M Zuk. 2018. Insect Reproductive Behavior. In: Insect Behavior, eds. A Córdoba-Aguilar, D González-Tokman & I González-Santoyo. Oxford University Press

10. Silvy EH, MN Peterson, JL Heinen-Kay, & RB Langerhans. 2018. Illegal harvest of marine resources on Andros Island and the legacy of colonial governance. British Journal of Criminology 58(2): 332-350

9. Langerhans RB, CM Anderson, & JL Heinen-Kay. 2016. Causes and consequences of genital evolution. Integrative and Comparative Biology 56(4): 741-751

8. Heinen-Kay JL, DA Schmidt*, AT Stafford*, MT Costa*, MN Peterson, EMA Kern, & RB Langerhans. 2016. Predicting multifarious behavioral divergence between predation regimes in the wild. Animal Behaviour 121: 3-10

7. Hayes MC, MN Peterson, JL Heinen-Kay, & RB Langerhans. 2015. Tourism-related drivers of support for protection of fisheries resources on Andros Island, The Bahamas. Ocean and Coastal Management 106: 118-123

6. Heinen-Kay JL, KE Morris*, NA Ryan*, SL Byerley*, RE Venezia*, MN Peterson, & RB Langerhans. 2015. A tradeoff between natural and sexual selection underlies diversification of a sexual signal. Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 533-542

5. Heinen-Kay JL, HG Noel*, CA Layman, & RB Langerhans. 2014. Human-induced habitat fragmentation can drive rapid divergence of male genitalia. Evolutionary Applications 7(10): 1252-1267  

>>> Robert and Margaret Grossfeld Award winner for most creative and influential 2014 publication in the W. M. Keck Center for Behavioral Biology at NCSU                             

>>> Media coverage from Nature World News, The Dodo, Science Daily, Phys.Org, EurekAlert! and others

4. Martin RA, R Riesch, JL Heinen-Kay, & RB Langerhans. 2014. Evolution of male coloration during a post-Pleistocene radiation of Bahamas mosquitofish (Gambusia hubbsi). Evolution 68(2): 397-411

3. Heinen-Kay JL, & RB Langerhans. 2013. Predation-associated divergence of male genital morphology in a livebearing fish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26(10): 2135-2146

>>> Media coverage from New Scientist Magazine, Smithsonian Blog, Discover Blog, Nature World News, Phys.OrgScience Daily, and others

2. Heinen JL, MW Coco*, MS Marcuard*, DN White*, MN Peterson, RA Martin, & RB Langerhans. 2013. Environmental drivers of demographics, habitat use, and behavior during a post-Pleistocene radiation of Bahamas mosquitofish (Gambusia hubbsi). Evolutionary Ecology 27(5): 971-991

1. Kay AD, TB Zumbusch, JL Heinen, TC Marsh, & DA Holway. 2010. Nutrition and interference competition have interactive effects on the behavior and performance of Argentine ants. Ecology 91(1): 57-64


Book Reviews:

2. Heinen-Kay JL, & MV Kota. 2018. Beauty in the eye, or brain, of the beholder. Evolution 72(10): 2268-2269

1. Zuk M, & JL Heinen-Kay. 2015. Peeking at private parts, for science. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30(3): 130-131


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