Ríos-Chelén, Ambria N. McDonald, Ayala N. Berger, Anna C. Perry, Alan H. Krakauer, and Gail L. Patricelli. Do birds vocalize at higher pitch in noise, or is it a matter of measurement? Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology. 71: 29. doi:10.1007/s00265-016-2243-7. LINK

Forbey, Jennifer S., G. L. Patricelli, D. M. Delparte, A. H. Krakauer, P. J. Olsoy, M. R. Fremgen, J. D. Nobler, L. P. Spaete, L. A. Shipley, J. L. Rachlow, A. K. Dirksen, A. Perry, B.A. Richardson, N.F. Glenn. Emerging Technology to Measure Habitat Quality and Behavior of Grouse. In press, Wildlife Biology.

Fremgen, Marcella R., Daniel Gibson, Rebecca L. Ehrlich, Alan H. Krakauer, Jennifer S. Forbey, Erik J. Blomberg, Jim S. Sedinger, Gail L. Patricelli. Necklace-style radio-transmitters are associated with changes in display vocalizations of male Greater Sage-grouse. In press. Wildlife Biology.

Patricelli, Gail L. and Eileen A. Hebets. 2016. New Dimensions in Animal Communication: The case for complexity. Current Opinions in Behavioral Sciences 12: 80-89. LINK

Patricelli, Gail L., A. H. Krakauer, C. C. Taff. 2016. Variable signals in a complex world: Shifting views of within-individual variability in sexual display traits. Advances in the Study of Behavior 48: 319-386. LINK

Ríos-Chelén, Alejandro A., Gavin Lee and Gail L. Patricelli. 2016 Experimental test of plasticity in red-winged blackbird vocal and visual behaviors in response to noise and a comparison on two methods for measuring minimum frequency. Behaviour 153: 1445-1472. LINK

Krakauer, Alan H., Melissa A. Blundell, Tawny N. Scanlan, Michelle S. Wechsler, Emily A. McCloskey, Jennifer H. Yu, Gail L. Patricelli. 2016. Successfully mating male sage-grouse show greater laterality in courtship and aggressive interactions. Animal Behaviour 111: 261–267. LINK

Yorzinski, Jessica L., Gail L. Patricelli, Michael L. Platt, and Michael F. Land. 2015. Eye and head movements shape gaze shifts in Indian peafowl. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 3771-3776. LINK

Rios-Chelén, Alejandro A., Gavin Lee and Gail L. Patricelli. 2015. Acoustic and visual signals in red-winged blackbirds: different communication channels to deal with urban noise?  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 1139-1151. PDF

Koch, Rebecca; Alan H. Krakauer, Gail L. Patricelli. 2015. Individual variation in mechanical sounds not related to mating success in male greater sage-grouse. The Auk132: 349-358. PDF

Taff, Conor C., Patricelli, G. L., & Freeman-Gallant, C. R. 2014. Fluctuations in neighbourhood fertility generate variable signalling effort. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Ser. B. 281: 20141974 PDF

Iglesias, Teresa L., Regina Stetkevitch and Gail L. Patricelli. 2014. Dead heterospecifics as cues of risk in the environment: a size-based rule of thumb?  Behaviour. 151: 1-22.  PDF

Reynolds, Sheila M., J. Albert C. Uy, Gail L. Patricelli, Seth W. Coleman, Michael J. Braun and Gerald Borgia. 2014. Tests of the kin selection model of mate choice and inbreeding avoidance in satin bowerbirds. Behavioral Ecology. 25: 1005-1014.  PDF

Crino, Ondi L., Erin E. Johnson, Jessica L. Blickley, Gail L. Patricelli and Creagh W. Breuner. 2013. The effects of experimentally elevated traffic noise on nestling white-crowned sparrow stress physiology, immune function, and life-history. Journal of Experimental Biology. 216: 2055-2062.  PDF

Yorzinski, Jessica L., Gail L. Patricelli, Jason S. Babcock, John M. Pearson and Michael L. Platt. 2013. Through their eyes: selective attention in peahens during courtship. Journal of Experimental Biology. 216: 3035-3046.   PDF   Inside JEB 

Gibson, Daniel V., Erik J. Blomberg, Gail L. Patricelli, Alan H. Krakauer, Michael T. Atamian and James S. Sedinger. 2013. Effects of radio collars on male sage-grouse survival and lekking behavior. Condor. 115(4):769–776.  PDF

Pellis, Sergio M., Melissa A. Blundell, Heather C. Bell, Vivien C. Pellis, Alan H. Krakauer, Gail L. Patricelli. 2013. Drawn into the vortex: The facing-past encounter and combat in lekking male greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). Behaviour. 150:1567-1599.  PDF

Patricelli, Gail L., Jessica L. Blickley and Stacie L. Hooper. 2013. Recommended management strategies to limit anthropogenic noise impacts on greater sage-grouse in Wyoming. Journal of Human-Wildlife Interactions. 7(2): 230–249.  LINK TO PDF

Blickley, Jessica L., Diane Blackwood and Gail L. Patricelli. 2012. Experimental evidence for the effects of chronic anthropogenic noise on abundance of Greater Sage-Grouse at leks. Conservation Biology. 26: 461–471  PDF

Blickley, Jessica L. and Gail L. Patricelli. 2012. Potential acoustic masking of greater sage-grouse display components by chronic industrial noise. Ornithological Monographs. 74: 23-25.  PDF

Blickley, Jessica L., Karen S. Word, Alan H. Krakauer, Jennifer L. Phillips, Sarah N. Sells, John C. Wingfield, Gail L. Patricelli. 2012. Experimental chronic noise exposure is related to elevated fecal corticosteroid metabolites in lekking male greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). PLoS ONE. 7 (11): e50462. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0050462. LINK TO PDF

Iglesias, Teresa L., Richard McElreath and Gail L. Patricelli. 2012. Western scrub jay funerals: cacophonous aggregations in response to dead conspecifics. Animal Behaviour. 84: 1103–1111.   PDF

Patricelli, Gail L., Alan H. Krakauer and Richard McElreath. 2011. Assets and tactics in a mating market: economic models of negotiation offer insights into animal courtship dynamics. Current Zoology 57: 225-236.  LINK TO PDF

Blumstein, D. T., D. J. Mennill, P. Clemins, L. Girod, K. Yao, G. Patricelli, J. L. Deppe, A. H. Krakauer, C. Clark, K. A. Cortopassi, S. F. Hanser, B. McCowan, A. M. Ali and A. N. G. Kirschel. 2011. Acoustic monitoring in terrestrial environments using microphone arrays: applications, technological considerations and prospectus. Journal of Applied Ecology. 48: 758–767.  PDF

Blickley, Jessica L. and Gail L. Patricelli. 2010. Impacts of Anthropogenic Noise on Wildlife: Research Priorities for the Development of Standards and Mitigation. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy.  13: 274-292.  PDF

Patricelli Gail L. 2010. Robotics in the Study of Animal Behavior. In: Breed M.D. and Moore J., (eds.) Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, volume 3, pp. 91-99. Academic Press.

Patricelli, Gail L. & Alan H. Krakauer. 2010. Tactical allocation of display effort reduces trade-offs among multiple sexual signals in greater sage-grouse: an experiment with a robotic female. Behavioral Ecology 21: 97-106.  PDF

Yorzinski, Jessica L. & Gail L. Patricelli. 2010. Birds adjust acoustic directionality to beam their antipredator calls to predators and conspecifics. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Ser. B. 1683: 923-932.  PDF

Reynolds, Sheila M., Mary C. Christman, J. Albert C. Uy, Gail L. Patricelli, Michael J. Braun & Gerald Borgia. 2009. Lekking satin bowerbird males aggregate with relatives to mitigate aggression. Behavioral Ecology 20: 410-415.  PDF

Krakauer, Alan H., Maura Tyrell, Kenna Lehmann, Neil Losin, Franz Goller & Gail L. Patricelli. 2009. Vocal and anatomical evidence for a two-voiced syrinx in the greater sage-grouse Centrocercus urophasianus. Journal of Experimental Biology. 212: 3719-3727.  PDF cover picture

Patricelli, G. L., Dantzker, M. S. & Bradbury, J. W. 2008. Acoustic directionality of red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) song relates to amplitude and singing behaviours. Animal Behaviour, 76, 1389-1401.  PDF

Patricelli, Gail L., Marc S. Dantzker & Jack W. Bradbury. 2007. Differences in acoustic directionality among vocalizations of the male red-winged blackbird (Agelaius pheoniceus) are related to function in communication. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 61: 1099-1110.  PDF

Sheila M. Reynolds, Katie Dryer, Jonathan Bollback, J. Albert C. Uy, Gail L. Patricelli, Timothy Robson, Gerald Borgia & Michael J. Braun. 2007. Behavioral paternity predicts genetic paternity in satin bowerbirds (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus ), a species with a non-resource-based mating system. The Auk . 124 (3): 857–867.  PDF

Coleman, Seth W., Gail L. Patricelli, Brian Coyle, Jennifer Siani & Gerald Borgia. 2007. Female preferences drive the evolution of mimetic accuracy in male sexual displays. Biology Letters. 3:463-466.  PDF

Patricelli, Gail L., Seth W. Coleman & Gerald Borgia. 2006. Male satin bowerbirds (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus) adjust their display intensity in response to female startling: an experiment with robotic females. Animal Behaviour. 71:49-59.   PDF

Patricelli Gail L. & Jessica L. Blickley, 2006. Overview: Avian communication in urban noise: the causes and consequences of vocal adjustment. The Auk 123:639-649.  PDF

Patricelli, Gail L ., J. Albert C. Uy & Gerald Borgia. 2004. Female signals enhance the efficiency of mate assessment in satin bowerbirds (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus). Behavioral Ecology. 15: 297-304.  PDF

Coleman, Seth W., Gail L. Patricelli & Gerald Borgia. 2004. Variable Female Preferences Drive Complex Male Displays. Nature. 428: 742-745.  PDF News&Views

Borgia, Gerald, Marc Egeth, J. Albert C. Uy & Gail L. Patricelli. 2004. Juvenile infection and male display: testing the bright male hypothesis across individual life histories. Behavioral Ecology.15: 722-728.  PDF

Patricelli, G. L. , J. Albert C. Uy & Gerald Borgia. 2003. Multiple male traits interact: attractive physical displays facilitate attractive behavioral displays in satin bowerbirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Ser. B. 270: 2389–2395. PDF

Patricelli, Gail L. , J. Albert C. Uy, Gregory Walsh & Gerald Borgia. 2002. Sexual selection: Male displays adjusted to female’s response. Nature415: 279-280.  PDF

Uy, J. Albert C., Gail L. Patricelli & Gerald Borgia. 2001. Loss of preferred mates forces female satin bowerbirds (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus) to increase mate searching. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Ser. B. 268: 633-638.  PDF

Uy, J. Albert C., Gail L. Patricelli & Gerald Borgia. 2001. Complex Mate Searching in the Satin BowerbirdPtilonorhynchus violaceus. American Naturalist. 158: 530-542.  PDF

Uy, J. Albert C., Gail L. Patricelli & Gerald Borgia. 2000. Dynamic mate-searching tactic allows female satin bowerbirds to reduce searching. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Ser. B. 267: 251-256.  PDF