Yorzinski, J.L. & Miller, J. 2020. Sclera color enhances gaze perception in humans. PLoS ONE 15(2): e0228275 [PDF].

Yorzinski, J.L. 2020. Blinking behavior in great-tailed grackles (Quiscalus mexicanus) increases during simulated rainfall. Ethology [PDF].

Yorzinski, J.L. 2019. Conjugate eye movements guide jumping locomotion in an avian species. Journal of Experimental Biology 222: 1-8 [PDF].

Yorzinski, J.L. & Argubright, S. 2019. Wind increases blinking behavior in great-tailed grackles (Quiscalus mexicanus). Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7: 330 [PDF].

Yorzinski, J.L. & Coss, R.G. 2019. Animals in upright postures attract attention in humans. Evolutionary Psychological Science [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Tovar, M. E., & Coss, R.G. 2018. Forward-facing predators attract attention in humans (Homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Lam, J., Schultz, R., & Davis, M. 2018. Thermoregulatory postures limit antipredator responses in peafowl. Biology Open 7: 1-7. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Ordonez, K., & Chema, K. 2017. Does artificial light pollution impair problem-solving success in peafowl? Ethology: 1-7.[PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. 2017. The cognitive basis of individual recognition. Current Opinion in Behavioural Sciences 16:53-57. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Patricelli, G.L., Bykau, S., & Platt, M.L. 2017. Selective attention in peacocks during assessment of displaying rivals. Journal of Experimental Biology 220:1146-1153. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Hermann, F.S. 2016. Noise pollution has limited effects on nocturnal vigilance in peahens. PeerJ 4: e2525. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. 2016. Eye blinking in an avian species is associated with gaze shifts. Scientific Reports 6: 32471. [PDF]

Nichols, M.R. & Yorzinski, J.L. 2016. Peahens can differentiate between the antipredator calls of individual conspecifics. Animal Behaviour 112: 23-27. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Patricelli, G.L., Platt, M.L., & Land, M.F. 2015. Eye and head movements shape gaze shifts in Indian peafowl. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 3771-3776. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Chisholm, S., Byerley, S., Coy, J.R., Aziz, A.B., Wolf, J.A., Gnerlich, A. 2015. Artificial light pollution increases nocturnal vigilance in peahens. PeerJ 3: e1174. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Platt, M.L., & Adams, G. 2015. Eye-spots in Lepidoptera attract attention in humans. Royal Society Open Science 2: 150155. [PDF]

Tyrrell, L.P., Butler, S. R., Yorzinski, J.L., Fernández-Juricic, E. 2014. A novel system for bi-ocular eye-tracking in vertebrates with laterally placed eyes. Methods in Ecology and Evolution[PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Penkunas, M.J., Platt, M.L., & Coss, R.C. 2014. Dangerous animals capture and maintain attention in humans. Evolutionary Psychology. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. 2014. Peafowl antipredator calls encode information about signalers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 135: 942-952. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Platt, M.L. 2014. Selective attention in peacocks during predator detection. Animal Cognition. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L., Patricelli, G.L., Babcock, J., Pearson, J.M. & Platt, M.L. 2013. Through their eyes: selective attention in peahens during courtship. Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 3035-3046. [PDF][Press 1, 2, 3, 4, 5][Video 1 & 2]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Anoop, K.R. 2013. Peacock copulation calls attract distant females. Behaviour 150: 61-74. [PDF][Press][Video]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Platt, M.L. 2012. The difference between night and day: antipredator behavior in birds. Journal of Ethology 30: 211-218. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Patricelli, G.L. 2010. Birds adjust acoustic directionality to beam antipredator calls to predators and conspecifics. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 277: 923-932. [PDF][Press 1 & 2]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Platt, M.L. 2010. Same-sex gaze attraction influences mate-choice copying in humans. Plos One 5(2): e9115. [PDF][Press]

Yorzinski, J.L. 2010. Predator recognition in the absence of selection. In: Indonesian Primates, Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects (S. Gursky-Doyen and J. Supriatna, eds). Springer Press. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Vehrencamp, S.L. 2009. The effect of predator type and danger level on the mob calls of the American crow. Condor 111: 159-168. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Vehrencamp, S.L. 2008. Preliminary report: antipredator behaviors of mandrills. Primate Report 75:11-18. [PDF]

Laidre, M.E. & Yorzinski, J.L 2008. Offspring protection by male mandrills, Mandrillus sphinx. Primate Report 76: 33-40. [PDF]

Yorzinski, J.L. & Ziegler, T. 2007. Do naïve primates recognize the vocalizations of felid predators? Ethology 113(12): 1219–1227. [PDF][Press]

Yorzinski, J.L., Vehrencamp, S.L., Clark, A.B., & McGowan, K.J. 2006. The inflected alarm caw of the American crow: differences in acoustic structure among individuals and sexes. Condor 108: 518-529. [PDF][Press 1 & 2]

Laidre, M.E. & Yorzinski, J.L.  2005.  The silent bared-teeth face and the crest-raise of the mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx): a contextual analysis of signal function. Ethology 111(2): 143-157. [PDF]

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