Here’s a list of my publications – they should all have links to pdf downloads.. if any are broken please let me know and I’ll fix it and send you the pdf. You can also find them on my Google Scholar profile.

31. J. F. Stephenson. Sharing fluids shapes host social networks and pathogen traits. in press at Proceedings of the Royal Society, B: Biological Sciences

30. L. R. Dougherty, F. Rovenolt*, A. Luyet*, J. Jokela, J. F. Stephenson. 2023. Ornaments indicate parasite load only if they are dynamic, or parasites are contagious. Evolution Letters doi:10.1093/evlett/qrad017

29. R. D. Kramp*, K. D. Kohl, J. F. Stephenson. 2022. Skin bacterial microbiome diversity predicts lower activity levels in female, but not male, guppies, Poecilia reticulata. Biology Letters 8:20220167. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2022.0167

28. J. C. Walsman**, D. R. Clark*, M. J. Janecka**, R. D. Kramp*, R. S. Mohammed, F. Rovenolt*, R. Patrick, C. Cressler, J. F. Stephenson. 2022. Shoaling guppies evade predation but have deadlier parasites. Nature: Ecology & Evolution 6:945-954. doi:10.1038/s41559-022-01772-5

27. J. F. Stephenson, J. S. Adelman. 2022. The behavior of infected hosts: behavioral tolerance, behavioral resilience, and their implications for behavioral competence. Chapter in “Animal behavior and parasitism” edited by Vanessa O. Ezenwa, Sonia M. Altizer, and Richard Hall

26. N. Tepox-Vivar*, J. F. Stephenson, P. Guevara-Fiore. 2022. Transmission dynamics of ectoparasitic gyro- dactylids (Platyhelminthes, Monogenea): An integrative review. Parasitology. 149:865-877. doi:10.1017/S0031182022000361

25. M. G. Jog*, M. E. Sackett*, S. D. Kisty*, J. A. Hansen*, J. F. Stephenson. 2022. The behaviour of infected guppies depends on social context, parasite tolerance and host sex. Animal Behaviour. 187: 97-104. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2022.03.001

24. M. J. Janecka, F. Rovenolt, J. F. Stephenson. 2021. How does host social behavior drive parasite non‑selective evolution from the within‑host to the landscape‑scale? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 75:150. doi:10.1007/s00265-021-03089-y pdf.

23. C. van Oosterhout, J. F. Stephenson, B. Weimer, H. Ly, N. Hall, K. M. Tyler. 2021. COVID-19 adaptive evolution during the pandemic–Implications of new SARS-CoV-2 variants on public health policies. Virulence. 12:1, 2013-2016. doi:10.1080/21505594.2021.1960109

22. D. M. Hawley, A. K. Gibson, A. K. Townsend, M. E. Craft, J. F. Stephenson. 2021. Bidirectional interactions between host social behaviour and parasites arise through ecological and evolutionary processes. Parasitology. 148, 274-288. doi:10.1017/S0031182020002048 pdf.

21. A. K. Townsend, D. M. Hawley, J. F. Stephenson, K. Williams. 2020. Emerging infectious disease and the challenges of social distancing in human and non-human animals. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B: Biological Sciences. 287: 20201039. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2020.1039 pdf

20. J. F. Stephenson, M. Stevens, J. Troscianko, J. Jokela. 2020. The size, symmetry and colour saturation of a male guppy’s ornaments forecast his resistance to parasites. The American Naturalist. 195: 597-608 doi:10.1086/711033 pdf.

19. B. K. Trevelline, J. F. Stephenson, K. D. Kohl. 2020. Two’s company, three’s a crowd: Exploring how host‐parasite‐microbiota interactions may influence disease susceptibility and conservation of wildlife. Molecular Ecology. 29: 1402-1405 doi:10.1111/mec.15397 pdf.

18 J. F. Stephenson. 2019. Parasite-induced behavioural plasticity depends on sex and susceptibility. Biology Letters. 15: 20190557 doi:10.1098/rsbl.2019.0557 pdf.

17 J. F. Stephenson, S. E. Perkins, J. Cable. 2018. Transmission risk predicts avoidance of infectious conspecifics in Trinidadian guppies. Journal of Animal Ecology. 87: 1525-1533. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12885 pdf.

16 N. F. Putman, L. C. Naisbett-Jones*, J. F. Stephenson, S. Ladak, K. A. Young. 2017. Response to Durif et alCurrent Biology. 27: R1000-R1001. doi:101016/j.cub.2017.08.046. pdf.

15 L. C. Naisbett-Jones*, N. F. Putman*, J. F. Stephenson, S. Ladak, K. A. Young. 2017. Magnetic map leads juvenile European eels to the Gulf Stream. Current Biology. 27: 1-5. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2017.03.015 pdf.
*Joint first authors

14 J. F. Stephenson, K. A. Young, J. Fox, J. Jokela, J. Cable, S. E. Perkins. 2017. Host heterogeneity affects both parasite transmission to and fitness on subsequent hosts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 372: 20160093. doi:10.1098/rstb.2016.0093 pdf.

13 J. F. Stephenson, M. Reynolds. 2016. Imprinting can cause a maladaptive preference for infectious conspecifics. Biology Letters 12: 20160020. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2016.0020 pdf.

 12 J. F. Stephenson, C. Kinsella, J. Cable, C. van Oosterhout. 2016. A further cost for the sicker sex? Evidence for male-biased parasite-induced vulnerability to predation. Ecology and Evolution 6 (8): 2506-2515. doi:10.1002/ece3.2049 pdf.

11 J. F. Stephenson. 2016. Keeping eyes peeled: guppies exposed to chemical alarm cue are more responsive to ambiguous visual cues. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70: 575-584. doi:10.1007/s00265-016-2076-4 pdf.

10 J. F. Stephenson, C. van Oosterhout, J. Cable. 2015. Pace of life, predators and parasites: predator-induced life-history evolution in Trinidadian guppies predicts decrease in parasite tolerance. Biology Letters 11: 20150806. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2015.0806 pdf.

9 J. F. Stephenson, C. van Oosterhout, R. S. Mohammed, J. Cable. 2015. Parasites of Trinidadian guppies: evidence for sex- and age-specific trait-mediated indirect effects of predators. Ecology 96 (2): 489–498. doi:10.1890/14-0495.1 pdf.

8 J. F. Stephenson. 2014. The experimental evolution of parasite resistance in wild guppies: artificial selection, resource availability and predation pressure. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1794): 20140541. doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.0541 pdf.

7 J. Cable, G. A. Archard, R. S. Mohammed, M. McMullan, J. F. Stephenson, H. Hansen, C. van Oosterhout. 2013. Can parasites use predators to spread between primary hosts? Parasitology 140 (9): 1138-1143. doi:10.1017/S003118201300067X pdf.

6 C. van Oosterhout, R. S. Mohammed, R. Xavier, J. F. Stephenson, G. A. Archard, F. A. Hockley, S. E. Perkins, J. Cable. 2013. Invasive freshwater snails provide resource for native marine hermit crabs. Aquatic Invasions 8 (2): 185-191. doi:10.3391/ai.2013.8.2.06 pdf.

5 J. F. Stephenson. 2012. The chemical cues of male sea lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis encourage others to move between host Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Journal of Fish Biology 81 (3), 1118-1123. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8649.2012.03347.x pdf.

4 J. F. Stephenson, K. E. Whitlock, J. C. Partridge. 2012. Food and conspecific chemical cues modify the visual behavior of zebrafish, Danio rerio. Zebrafish 9 (2), 68-73. doi:10.1089/zeb.2012.0734. pdf.

3 J. F. Stephenson, J. C. Partridge, K. E. Whitlock. 2011. Zebrafish preference for light or dark is dependent on ambient light levels and olfactory stimulation. Zebrafish 8 (1), 17-22. doi:10.1089/zeb.2010.0671. pdf.

2 K. A. Young, J. B. Dunham, J. F. Stephenson, A. Terreau, A. Thially, G. Gajardo, C. Garcia de Leaniz. 2010. A trial of two trouts: comparing the impacts of rainbow and brown trout on a native galaxiid. Animal Conservation 13 (4), 399-410. doi:10.1111/j.1469-1795.2010.00354.x pdf.

1 K. A. Young, J. F. Stephenson, A. Terreau, A. Thially, G. Gajardo, C. Garcia de Leaniz. 2008. The diversity of exotic salmonids does not affect their competitive impact on a native galaxiid. Biological Invasions 11 (8), 1955-1961. doi:10.1007/s10530-008-9372-5. pdf.

Popular press

J. F. Stephenson, E. Gillingham, S. Withenshaw. 2014. Project management, fellowships and grants: a workshop full of top tips. BES Bulletin 45 (1): 40-41.