Publications

*denotes undergraduate co-author

(22) Crino, O.L, Jensen, S.M., Buchanan, K.L., Griffith, S.C. (accepted for publication) Evidence for condition mediated trade-offs between the HPA- and HPG-axes in the wild zebra finch. General and Comparative Endocrinology

(21) Griffith, S.C., Crino, O.L., Andrew. S.C. (2017) Commentary: The challenge of being ecologically relevant in captivity. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5(21): 1-4.  10.3389_fevo.2017.00021

(20) Crino, O.L., Klaassen Van Oorschot, B., Crandell, K.E., Breuner, C.W., Tobalske, B.W. (2017) Flight performance in the altricial zebra finch: development effects and reproductive consequences. Ecology and Evolution, 10.1002-ece3.2775

(19) Crino, O.L., Buchanan, K.L., Fanson, B.J., Hurley, L.L., Smiley, K.O., Griffith, S.C. (2017). Divorce in the socially monogamous zebra finch: Hormonal mechanisms and reproductive consequences. Hormones and Behavior, 87: 155-163. 10.1016 j.yhbeh.2016.11.004

(18) Griffith, S.C., Crino, O.L., et al. (2016) Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities. Ethology, 122: 1-28. 10.1111 eth.12576

(17) Malisch, J.L., deWolkski, K., Meek, T.H., Acosta, W., Middleton, K.M., Crino, O.L., Garland Jr., T. (2016) Acute restraint stress alters wheel-running behavior immediately following stress and up to 20 hours later in house mice. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 89(6): 546-552.

(16) Crino, O.L., Buchanan, K.L., Trompf, L., Mainwaring, M.C., Griffith, S.C. (2016). Stress reactivity, condition, and foraging behavior in zebra finches: effects on boldness, exploration, and sociality. General and Comparative Endocrinology10.1016.j.ygcen.2016.01.014

(15) Prior, N.H., Yap, K.N., Mainwaring, M.C., Adomat, H.H., Guns, E.S., Buchanan, K.L., Griffith, S.C., Crino, O.L., Ma, C., Soma, K.K. (2016). Sex steroid profiles in zebra finches: Effects of reproductive state and domestication. General and Comparative Endocrinology: DOI 10.1016/j.ygcen.2016.02.018.

(14) Buchanan, K.L., Mariette, M.M., Crino, O.L. (2015). Stress and sexual traits: why are there no clear relationships? A comment on Moore et al. Behavioral Ecology: DOI: 10.1093/beheco/arv222. 10.1093 beheco.ar222

(13) Crino, O.L., Breuner, C.W. (2015). Developmental stress: evidence for positive phenotypic and fitness effects in birds. Journal of Ornithology: DOI 10.1007/s10336-015-1236-z. 10.1007s10336-015-1236-z

(12) Crino, O.L., *Prather, C., *Driscoll, S.C., Good, J.M., Breuner, C.W. (2014). Developmental stress increases reproductive success in male zebra finches. Proceedings of the Royal Academy B, 281: 20141266. 10.1098rspb.2014.1266

(11) Crino, O.L., *Driscoll, S.C., Ton, R., Breuner, C.W. (2014). Corticosterone exposure during development improves performance on a novel foraging task in zebra finches. Animal Behaviour, 91: 27-32. 10.1016j.anbehav.2014.02.017

(10) Crino, O.L., *Driscoll, S.C., Breuner, C.W. (2014). Developmental stress has sustained but not lifelong effects on body size and total and free corticosterone responses in the zebra finch. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 196:123-129. 10.1016j.ygcen.2013.10.006

(9) Crino, O.L., *Johnson, E.E., Blickley, J.L., Breuner, C.W., Patricelli, G.L. (2013). The effects of experimentally elevated traffic noise on nestling white-crowned sparrow stress physiology, immune function, and life-history. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 216: 2055-2062. 10.124jeb.091109

(8) Crino, O.L., *Klaassen Van Oorschot, B., *Johnson, E.E., Malisch, J.L., Breuner, C.W. (2011). Proximity to a high traffic road: glucocorticoid and life history consequences for nestling white-crowned sparrows. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 173: 123-132. 10.1016j.ygen.2011.06.001

(7) Duhrkopfl, R.E., Baldridge, R.S., Crino, O.L. (2011). Predation by Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) on eggs, larvae, and pupae of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culcidae). Southwestern Entomologist, 36: 119-124.

(6) McGraw, K.J., Nolan, P.M., Crino, O.L. (2011). Carotenoids bolster immunity during moult in a wild songbird with sexually selected plumage coloration. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 102: 560-572. McGraw et al. 2011

(5) Crino, O.L., Larkin, I., Phelps, S.M. (2010) Stress coping styles and singing behavior in the short-tailed singing mouse (Scotinomys teguina). Hormones and Behavior, 58: 334-340. 10.1016.j.yhbeh.2010.02.011

(4) Campbell, P., Pasch, B., Pino, J.L., Crino, O.L., *Phillips, M., Phelp, S.M. (2010). Geographic variation in the songs of Neotropical singing mice: testing the relative importance of drift and local adaptation. Evolution, 64: 1955-1972. Campbell et al. 2010

(3) Ophir, A.G., Crino, O.L., *Wilkerson, Q.C, Wolff, J.O., Phelps, S.M. (2008). Female-directed aggression predicts paternal behavior, but female prairie voles prefer affiliative males to paternal males.  Brain, Behavior, and Evolution, 71: 32 – 40. Ophir et al. 2008

(2) McGraw, K. J., O. L. Crino, W. Medina-Jerez, and P. M. Nolan. (2006). Effect of dietary carotenoid supplementation on food intake and immune function in a songbird with no carotenoid coloration. Ethology, 112: 1209-1216. McGraw et al. 2006b

(1) McGraw, K.J., Nolan, P.M., and Crino, O.L. (2006). Carotenoid accumulation strategies for becoming a colorful house finch: analyses of plasma and liver pigments in wild molting birds. Functional Ecology, 20 : 678-688. McGraw et al. 2006a