Leary, Christopher J.
Endocrine and neural systems underlying animal communication and behavior.
PhD, 2005, University of Oklahoma
MS, 1998, Auburn University
BS, 1992, Auburn University
Edwards, C.J., Leary, C.J., Rose, G.J. 2008. Mechanisms of long-interval selectivity in midbrain auditory neurons: roles of excitation, inhibition and plasticity. Journal of Neurophysiology 100:3407-3416.
Leary, C.J., Edwards, C.J., Rose, G.J. 2008. Midbrain auditory neurons integrate excitation and inhibition to generate duration selectivity: an in vivo whole-cell patch study in anurans. Journal of Neuroscience 28:5481-5493.
Leary C.J., Garcia, A.M., Knapp, R. 2006. Elevated corticosterone levels elicit non-calling mating tactics in male toads independently of changes in circulating androgens. Hormones and Behavior 49:425-432.
Leary, C.J., Fox, D.J., Shepard, D.B., Garcia, A.M. 2005. Body size, age, growth, and alternative mating tactics in toads: satellite males are smaller but not younger than calling males. Animal Behaviour 70:663-671.
Leary, C.J., Jessop, T.S., Garcia, A.M., Knapp, R. 2004. Steroid hormone profiles and relative body condition of calling and satellite toads: implications for proximate regulation of behavior in anurans. Behavioral Ecology 15(2):313-320.
Leary, C.J. 2001. Investigating opposing patterns of character displacement in release and advertisement vocalizations of Bufo americanus and B. fowleri (Anura; Bufonidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 79:1577-1585.