Marske, K.A., H.C. Lanier, C.D. Siler, A. Rowe, and L.R. Stein. Integrating biogeography and behavioral ecology to rapidly address biodiversity loss. PNAS 120(15) e2110866120. [link].
Stein, L.R. and K. Hoke. Parental and individual experience with predation risk interact in shaping phenotypes in a sex-specific manner. Animal Behaviour 191:78-89 [link].
Gatchoff, L., and L.R. Stein. Venom and social behavior: the potential of using spiders to evaluate the evolution of sociality under high risk. Toxins 13:388. [pdf]
Bukhari, S.A., M.C. Saul, N. James, M.K. Bensky, L.R. Stein, R. Trapp, and A.M. Bell. Neurogenomic insights into paternal care and its relation to territorial aggression. Nature Communications, 10: 4437. [link]
Stein, L.R., and A.M. Bell. The role of variation and plasticity in parental care during the adaptive radiation of three‐spine sticklebacks. Evolution, 73: 1037-1044. [link]
Stein, L.R., S.A. Bukhari, and A.M. Bell. Personal and transgenerational cues are nonadditive at the phenotypic and molecular level. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2: 1306-1311. [link]
Bell, A.M. and L.R. Stein. Transgenerational and developmental plasticity at the molecular level: lessons from Daphnia. Molecular Ecology, 26: 4859-4861.
Stein, L.R. and Y. Huang. Digests: Plasticity responses help in coping with predation in nature. Evolution, 71: 1730-1731.
Stein, L.R., R.M. Trapp*, and A.M. Bell. Do reproduction and parenting change personality traits? Insights from threespine stickleback. Animal Behaviour 112: 247-254. [pdf]
*indicates undergraduate co-author
Bell, A.M., McGhee, K.E, and L.R. Stein. Effect of mothers' and fathers' experience with predation risk on the behavioral development of their offspring in threespined sticklebacks. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences: 7: 28-32. [link]
Stein, L.R. and A.M. Bell. Consistent individual differences in paternal behavior: a field study of threespine stickleback. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology: 69: 227 - 236. [link]
Stein, L.R. and A.M. Bell. Paternal programming in sticklebacks. Animal Behaviour 95: 165-171. [pdf]
Heath, K.D. ... L. R. Stein ... and C. J. Wesseln (19 total authors). Amplify the signal: graduate training in broader impacts of scientific research. BioScience 64: 517-523.
Welsh, D.P. ... L.R. Stein ... and R.C. Fuller (17 total authors). The effects of age, sex, and habitat on body size and shape of the blackstripe topminnow, Fundulus notatus (Cyprinodontiformes: Fundulidae) (Rafinesque 1820). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 108: 784 - 789.
Stein, L.R. and A. M. Bell. Consistent individual differences in fathering in threespined stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Current Zoology 58: 45-52.
Stein, L.R. and A. V. Badyaev. Evolution of eggshell architecture during rapid range expansion in a passerine bird. Functional Ecology 25: 1215-1222.
Oliver, J.C., and L.R. Stein. Evolution of influence: signaling in a lycaenid-ant interaction. Evolutionary Ecology 25: 1205-1216.
Stein, L.R., K.P. Oh, and A. V. Badyaev. Fitness consequences of male provisioning of incubating females in a desert passerine bird. Journal of Ornithology 151: 227 – 234.