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Kelly, A.Mand Wilson, L.C. 2020. Aggression: Perspectives from social and systems neuroscience. Hormones and Behavior. 123:104523

Wilson, L.C., Goodson, J.L, Kingsbury, M.A. 2018. Neural responses to familiar conspecifics are modulated by a nonapeptide receptor in a winter flocking sparrow. Physiology and Behavior. 196:165-175.

Wilson, L.C., Goodson, J.L, Kingsbury, M.A. 2016. Seasonal variation in group size is related to seasonal variation in neuropeptide receptor density. Brain Behavior Evolution. 88:111-126. Editor’s Choice – Free Access

Kingsbury, M.A., Wilson, L.C., 2016. The role of VIP in social behavior: Neural hotspots for the modulation of affiliation, aggression, and parental care. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 56:1238-1249.

Wilson, L.C. and Swaddle, J.P. 2013. Manipulating the perceived opportunity to cheat: An experimental test of the active roles of male and female zebra finches in mate guarding behavior. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 67:1077-1087.

Goodson, J. L., Wilson, L.C., Schrock, S.E. 2012. To flock or fight: Neurochemical signatures of divergent life histories in sparrows. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America29:10685–10692.

Owen, J.C., Moore, F.R., Williams, A.J., Miller, E.A., Wilson, L.C., Morley, V., Abbey-Lee, R.N., Veeneman,B.A., DeRussey, B., McWhorter, M., and Garvin, M.C. 2010. Test of recrudescence hypothesis for overwintering of West Nile virus in gray catbirds. Journal of Medical Entomology. 47:451-457.