[5] Grobis MM, Twomey CR, Couzin ID. Visual sensory networks in fish schools. in prep.

[4] Grobis MM, Twomey CR, Bak-Coleman J, Poel W, Daniels BC, Romanczuk P, Couzin ID. Structural encoding of perceived risk in fish schools. in prep.

[3] Pruitt JN, Wright CM, Keiser CN, DeMarco A, Grobis MM, Pinter-Wollman N. 2016. The Achilles’ Heel Hypothesis: Misinformed keystone individuals impair collective learning and reduce group success. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 283: 20152888.

[2] Stuber EF, Grobis MM, Abbey-Lee R, Kempenaers B, Mueller JC, Dingemanse NJ. 2014. Perceived predation risk affects sleep behaviour in great tits (Parus major). Animal Behaviour. 98: 157-165.

[1] Grobis MM, Pearish SP, Bell AM. 2013. Avoidance or escape? Discriminating between two hypotheses for the function of schooling in threespine sticklebacks. Animal Behaviour. 85: 187-194.

Selected conference presentations
[2] Grobis MM, Pearish SP, Bell AM. “Schooling in three-spined sticklebacks: anticipation or response to predation risk?” International Society of Behavioral Ecology, Lund, Sweden. August 12–17, 2012. (Poster)

[1] Grobis MM, Pearish SP, Bell AM. “Individual differences in shoaling and latency to emerge in three-spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus).” Animal Behavior Society, Bloomington, Indiana. July 25–30, 2011. (Poster)

Photo credit: Sergey Dolya

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