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Turner, JW, AL Robitaille, PS Bills, and KE Holekamp. (2020) Early life relationships matter: Social position during early life predicts fitness among female spotted hyenas. Journal of Animal Ecology Early View.
Robitaille, AL, QMR Webber, JW Turner, E Vander Wal. (2020) The problem and promise of scale in animal social multilayer networks. Current Zoology Early View.
Laubach, ZM, JR Greenberg, JW Turner, et al. (2020) Associations of early social experience with offspring DNA methylation and later life stress phenotype. BioRxiv preprint.
Gering, E, ZM Laubach, P Weber...JW Turner, et al. (2020) Toxoplasma gondii infections are associated with boldness towards lions in wild hyena hosts. BioRxiv preprint.
Turner, JW, RM LaFleur, AT Richardson, and KE Holekamp. (2020) Risk-taking in free-living spotted hyenas is associated with anthropogenic disturbance, predicts survivorship, and is consistent across experimental contexts. Ethology 126(1): 97-110.
Selected Communication and Blogging
Turner, JW. (Jan. 2021) Growing up Hyena. Animal Ecology in Focus.
Turner, JW. (Nov. 2016) Social networks in spotted hyenas. BEACON blog.
Turner, JW. (May 2014) A hyena is a hyena, no matter how small. Notes From Kenya blog.
Turner, JW. (Feb. 2014) Routine and adventure. Notes From Kenya blog.
Turner, JW. (Feb. 2014) February is hatari time with hyenas. Notes From Kenya blog.
Turner, JW. (Jun. 2013) Battle for the elephant carcass. Notes From Kenya blog.
Turner, JW. (Jul. 2012) Pan ate Target! Notes From Kenya blog.