Publications of Bernard Crespi

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176. Crespi, B.  (2021)   Pattern Unifies Autism.  Front. Psychiatry 12 DOI  PubMed
175. Crespi, B; Alcock, J.  (2021)   Conflicts over calcium and the treatment of COVID-19.  Evol. Med. Public Health 9: 149-156 DOI  PubMed
174. Dinsdale, NL; Crespi, BJ.  (2021)   Endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome are diametric disorders.  Evol. Appl. 14: 1693-1715 DOI  PubMed
173. Nahal, P; Hurd, PL; Read, S; Crespi, B.  (2021)   Cognitive Empathy as Imagination: Evidence From Reading the Mind in the Eyes in Autism and Schizotypy.  Front. Psychiatry 12 DOI  PubMed
172. Crespi, B.  (2020)   How is quantification of social deficits useful for studying autism and schizophrenia?  Psychol. Med. 50: 523-525 DOI  PubMed
171. Crespi, B.  (2020)   Evolutionary medical insights into the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.  Evol. Med. Public Health : 314-322 DOI  PubMed
170. Crespi, BJ.  (2020)   Why and How Imprinted Genes Drive Fetal Programming.  Front. Endocrinol. 10 DOI  PubMed
169. Crespi, BJ.  (2020)   Evolutionary and genetic insights for clinical psychology.  Clin. Psychol. Rev. 78 DOI  PubMed
168. Crespi, BJ.  (2020)   The blind men and the elephant: What is missing cognitively in the study of cumulative technological evolution.  Behav. Brain Sci. 43 DOI  PubMed
167. Procyshyn, TL; Watson, NV; Crespi, BJ.  (2020)   Experimental empathy induction promotes oxytocin increases and testosterone decreases.  Horm. Behav. 117 DOI  PubMed
166. Salminen, I; Read, S; Hurd, P; Crespi, B.  (2020)   Does SNORD116 mediate aspects of psychosis in Prader-Willi syndrome? Evidence from a non-clinical population.  Psychiatry Res. 286 DOI  PubMed
165. Crespi, B; Dinsdale, N; Read, S; Hurd, P.  (2019)   Spirituality, dimensional autism, and schizotypal traits: The search for meaning.  PLoS One 14 DOI  PubMed
164. Crespi, BJ.  (2019)   Autism, psychosis, and genomic imprinting: recent discoveries and conundrums.  Curr. Opin. Behav. Sci. 25: 1-7 DOI
163. Salminen, I; Read, S; Hurd, P; Crespi, B.  (2019)   Genetic variation of UBE3A is associated with schizotypy in a population of typical individuals.  Psychiatry Res. 275: 94-99 DOI  PubMed
162. Salminen, II; Crespi, BJ; Mokkonen, M.  (2019)   Baby food and bedtime: Evidence for opposite phenotypes from different genetic and epigenetic alterations in Prader-Willi and Angelman syndromes.  SAGE Open Med. 7 DOI  PubMed
161. Crespi, B; Read, S; Hurd, P.  (2018)   The SETDB2 locus: evidence for a genetic link between handedness and atopic disease.  Heredity 120: 77-82 DOI
160. Crespi, B; Read, S; Salminen, I; Hurd, P.  (2018)   A genetic locus for paranoia.  Biology Letters 14 DOI
159. Crespi, BJ.  (2018)   The Paradox of Copy Number Variants in ASD and Schizophrenia: False Facts or False Hypotheses?  Rev. J. Autism Dev. Disord. 5: 199-207 DOI
158. Crespi, BJ.  (2018)   Paranoia, autism and the architecture of genomic conflicts: a reply to Abu-Akel 2018.  Biol. Lett. 14: DOI  PubMed
157. Del Giudice, M; Crespi, BJ.  (2018)   Basic functional trade-offs in cognition: An integrative framework.  Cognition 179: 56-70 DOI  PubMed
156. Jha, S; Read, S; Hurd, P; Crespi, B.  (2018)   Segregating polymorphism in the NMDA receptor gene GRIN2A, schizotypy, and mental rotation among healthy individuals.  Neuropsychologia 117 DOI  PubMed
155. Mokkonen, M; Koskela, E; Procyshyn, T; Crespi, B.  (2018)   Socio-reproductive Conflicts and the Father's Curse Dilemma.  Am. Nat. 192 DOI  PubMed
154. Nosil, P; Villoutreix, R; de Carvalho, CF; Farkas, TE; Soria-Carrasco, V; Feder, JL; Crespi, BJ; Gompert, Z.  (2018)   Natural selection and the predictability of evolution in Timema stick insects.  Science 359: 765-770 DOI  PubMed
153. Armeanu, R; Mokkonen, M; Crespi, B.  (2017)   Meta-Analysis of BDNF Levels in Autism.  Cell. Mol. Neurobiol. 37: 949-954 DOI
152. Crespi, B; Read, S; Hurd, P.  (2017)   Segregating polymorphisms of FOXP2 are associated with measures of inner speech, speech fluency and strength of handedness in a healthy population.  Brain Lang. 173: 33-40 DOI
151. Crespi, BJ.  (2017)   Shared sociogenetic basis of honey bee behavior and human risk for autism.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 114: 9502-9504 DOI
150. Crespi, BJ; Procyshyn, TL.  (2017)   Williams syndrome deletions and duplications: Genetic windows to understanding anxiety, sociality, autism, and schizophrenia.  Neurosci. Biobehav. Rev. 79: 14-26 DOI
149. Dinsdale, NL; Crespi, BJ.  (2017)   Revisiting the wandering womb: Oxytocin in endometriosis and bipolar disorder.  Horm. Behav. 96: 69-83 DOI
148. Procyshyn, TL; Hurd, PL; Crespi, BJ.  (2017)   Association Testing of Vasopressin Receptor 1a Microsatellite Polymorphisms in Non-Clinical Autism Spectrum Phenotypes.  Autism Res. 10: 750-756 DOI
147. Procyshyn, TL; Spence, J; Read, S; Watson, NV; Crespi, BJ.  (2017)   The Williams syndrome prosociality gene GTF21 mediates oxytocin reactivity and social anxiety in a healthy population.  Biology Letters 13 DOI
146. Riesch, R; Muschick, M; Lindtke, D; Villoutreix, R; Comeault, AA; Farkas, TE; Lucek, K; Hellen, E; Soria-Carrasco, V; Dennis, SR; de Carvalho, CF; Safran, RJ; Sandoval, CP; Feder, J; Gries, R; Crespi, BJ; Gries, G; Gompert, Z; Nosil, P.  (2017)   Transitions between phases of genomic differentiation during stick-insect speciation.  Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 DOI
145. Crespi, B; Leach, E; Dinsdale, N; Mokkonena, M; Hurd, P.  (2016)   Imagination in human social cognition, autism, and psychotic-affective conditions.  Cognition 150: 181-199 DOI
144. Crespi, BJ.  (2016)   Autism As a Disorder of High Intelligence.  Frontiers in Neuroscience 10 DOI
143. Crespi, BJ.  (2016)   Oxytocin, testosterone, and human social cognition.  Biological Reviews 91: 390-408 DOI
142. Crespi, BJ.  (2016)   The convergent and divergent evolution of social-behavioral economics.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39 DOI
141. Dinsdale, N; Mokkonen, M; Crespi, B.  (2016)   The 'extreme female brain': increased cognitive empathy as a dimension of psychopathology.  Evolution and Human Behavior 37: 323-336 DOI
140. Robinson, KJ; Hurd, PL; Read, S; Crespi, BJ.  (2016)   The PCSK6 gene is associated with handedness, the autism spectrum, and magical ideation in a non-clinical population.  Neuropsychologia 84: 205-212 DOI  PubMed
139. Arbuthnott, D; Crespi, BJ; Schwander, T.  (2015)   Female Stick Insects Mate Multiply to Find Compatible Mates.  American Naturalist 186: 519-530 DOI
138. Arnal, A; Ujvari, B; Crespi, B; Gatenby, RA; Tissot, T; Vittecoq, M; Ewald, PW; Casali, A; Ducasse, H; Jacqueline, C; Misse, D; Renaud, F; Roche, B; Thomas, F.  (2015)   Evolutionary perspective of cancer: myth, metaphors, and reality.  Evolutionary Applications 8: 541-544 DOI
137. Crespi, BJ.  (2015)   Cognitive trade-offs and the costs of resilience.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38 DOI
136. Crespi, BJ; Hurd, PL.  (2015)   Genetically based correlates of serum oxytocin and testosterone in autism and schizotypy.  Personality and Individual Differences 79: 39-43 DOI
135. Elliot, MG; Crespi, BJ.  (2015)   Genetic recapitulation of human pre-eclampsia risk during convergent evolution of reduced placental invasiveness in eutherian mammals.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 370 DOI  PubMed
134. Mokkonen, M; Crespi, BJ.  (2015)   Genomic conflicts and sexual antagonism in human health: insights from oxytocin and testosterone.  Evolutionary Applications 8: 307-325 DOI  PubMed
133. Ablard, KM; Simonetto, K; Weir, LK; Crespi, BJ; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2014)   First-male sperm precedence and precopulatory and postcopulatory rituals in the parasitoid wasp Ooencyrtus kuvanae (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae).  Canadian Entomologist 146: 548-559 DOI
132. Crespi, B.  (2014)   The Insectan Apes.  Human Nature-An Interdisciplinary Biosocial Perspective 25: 6-27 DOI
131. Crespi, B; Foster, K; Ubeda, F.  (2014)   First principles of Hamiltonian medicine.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 369 DOI
130. Crespi, B; Summers, K.  (2014)   Inclusive fitness theory for the evolution of religion.  Animal Behaviour 92: 313-323 DOI
129. Crespi, BJ; Hurd, PL.  (2014)   Cognitive-behavioral phenotypes of Williams syndrome are associated with genetic variation in the GTF2I gene, in a healthy population.  BMC Neuroscience 15 DOI  PubMed
128. Soria-Carrasco, V; Gompert, Z; Comeault, AA; Farkas, TE; Parchman, TL; Johnston, JS; Buerkle, CA; Feder, JL; Bast, J; Schwander, T; Egan, SP; Crespi, BJ; Nosil, P.  (2014)   Stick Insect Genomes Reveal Natural Selection's Role in Parallel Speciation.  Science 344: 738-742 DOI
127. Crespi, B.  (2013)   Developmental heterochrony and the evolution of autistic perception, cognition and behavior.  BMC Medicine 11 DOI
126. Crespi, B.  (2013)   Diametric gene-dosage effects as windows into neurogenetic architecture.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology 23: 143-151 DOI
125. Crespi, B; Nosil, P.  (2013)   Conflictual speciation: species formation via genomic conflict.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28: 48-57 DOI
124. Crosley, EJ; Elliot, MG; Christians, JK; Crespi, BJ.  (2013)   Placental invasion, preeclampsia risk and adaptive molecular evolution at the origin of the great apes: Evidence from genome-wide analyses.  Placenta 34: 127-132 DOI
122. Dinsdale, NL; Hurd, PL; Wakabayashi, A; Elliot, M; Crespi, BJ.  (2013)   How Are Autism and Schizotypy Related? Evidence from a Non-Clinical Population.  PLOS One 8 DOI
121. Konefal, S; Elliot, M; Crespi, B.  (2013)   The adaptive significance of adult neurogenesis: an integrative approach.  Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 7 DOI
120. Leach, EL; Hurd, PL; Crespi, BJ.  (2013)   Schizotypy, cognitive performance, and genetic risk for schizophrenia in a non-clinical population.  Personality and Individual Differences 55: 334-338 DOI
119. Ryan, CP; Crespi, BJ.  (2013)   Androgen receptor polyglutamine repeat number: models of selection and disease susceptibility.  Evolutionary Applications 6: 180-196 DOI
118. Schwander, T; Arbuthnott, D; Gries, R; Gries, G; Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ.  (2013)   Hydrocarbon divergence and reproductive isolation in Timema stick insects.  BMC Evolutionary Biology 13 DOI
117. Schwander, T; Crespi, BJ; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2013)   Neutral and selection-driven decay of sexual traits in asexual stick insects.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 280 DOI
116. Stencel, A; Crespi, B.  (2013)   What is a genome?  Molecular Ecology 22: 3437-3443 DOI
115. Antolin, MF; Jenkins, KP; Bergstrom, CT; Crespi, BJ; De, S; Hancock, A; Hanley, KA; Meagher, TR; Moreno-Estrada, A; Nesse, RM; Omenn, GS; Stearns, SC.  (2012)   EVOLUTION AND MEDICINE IN UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION: A PRESCRIPTION FOR ALL BIOLOGY STUDENTS.  Evolution 66: 1991-2006 DOI
114. Crespi, B; Schwander, T.  (2012)   Asexual evolution: do intragenomic parasites maintain sex?  Molecular Ecology 21: 3893-3895 DOI
113. Crespi, B. and H. Crofts.  (2012)   Association testing of copy number variants in schizophrenia and autism.  Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 4:15-24 DOI
112. Crespi. B.J.  (2012)   Diametric gene dosage effects as windows into neurogenetic architecture.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology. Posted Online Sept 2012, Epub Ahead of Print.
111. Henry, L; Schwander, T; Crespi, BJ.  (2012)   Deleterious Mutation Accumulation in Asexual Timema Stick Insects.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 29: 401-408 DOI
110. Joy, JB; Crespi, BJ.  (2012)   Island phytophagy: explaining the remarkable diversity of plant-feeding insects.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 279: 3250-3255 DOI
109. Ryan, CP and B. Crespi.  (2012)   Androgen receptor polyglutamine repeat number: models of selection and disease susceptibility.  Evolutionary Applications. Posted Online June 2012, Epub Ahead of Print.
108. Abbot, P; Abe, J; Alcock, J; Alizon, S; Alpedrinha, JAC; Andersson, M; Andre, JB; van Baalen, M; Balloux, F; Balshine, S; Barton, N; Beukeboom, LW; Biernaskie, JM; Bilde, T; Borgia, G; Breed, M; Brown, S; Bshary, R; Buckling, A; Burley, NT; Burton-Chellew, MN; Cant, MA; Chapuisat, M; Charnov, EL; Clutton-Brock, T; Cockburn, A; Cole, BJ; Colegrave, N; Cosmides, L; Couzin, ID; Coyne, JA; Creel, S; Crespi, B; Curry, RL; Dall, SRX; Day, T; Dickinson, JL; Dugatkin, LA; El Mouden, C; Emlen, ST; Evans, J; Ferriere, R; Field, J; Foitzik, S; Foster, K; Foster, WA; Fox, CW; Gadau, J; Gandon, S; Gardner, A; Gardner, MG; Getty, T; Goodisman, MAD; Grafen, A; Grosberg, R; Grozinger, CM; Gouyon, PH; Gwynne, D; Harvey, PH; Hatchwell, BJ; Heinze, J; Helantera, H; Helms, KR; Hill, K; Jiricny, N; Johnstone, RA; Kacelnik, A; Kiers, ET; Kokko, H; Komdeur, J; Korb, J; Kronauer, D; Kummerli, R; Lehmann, L; Linksvayer, TA; Lion, S; Lyon, B; Marshall, JAR; McElreath, R; Michalakis, Y; Michod, RE; Mock, D; Monnin, T; Montgomerie, R; Moore, AJ; Mueller, UG; Noe, R; Okasha, S; Pamilo, P; Parker, GA; Pedersen, JS; Pen, I; Pfennig, D; Queller, DC; Rankin, DJ; Reece, SE; Reeve, HK; Reuter, M; Roberts, G; Robson, SKA; Roze, D; Rousset, F; Rueppell, O; Sachs, JL; Santorelli, L; Schmid-Hempel, P; Schwarz, MP; Scott-Phillips, T; Shellmann-Sherman, J; Sherman, PW; Shuker, DM; Smith, J; Spagna, JC; Strassmann, B; Suarez, AV; Sundstrom, L; Taborsky, M; Taylor, P; Thompson, G; Tooby, J; Tsutsui, ND; Tsuji, K; Turillazzi, S; Ubeda, F; Vargo, EL; Voelkl, B; Wenseleers, T; West, SA; West-Eberhard, MJ; Westneat, DF; Wiernasz, DC; Wild, G; Wrangham, R; Young, AJ; Zeh, DW; Zeh, JA; Zink, A.  (2011)   Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality.  Nature 471 DOI
107. Crespi, B.  (2011)   The evolutionary biology of child health.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 278: 1441-1449 DOI
106. Crespi, B.  (2011)   The strategies of the genes: genomic conflicts, attachment theory and development of the social brain.  In: Brain, Behavior and Epigenetics, A. Petronis and J. Mill (Editors). Chapter 8, 143-167.
105. Crespi, B. J.  (2011)   One hundred years of insanity: genomic, psychological and evolutionary models of autism in relation to schizophrenia.  In: Textbook of Schizophrenia-Spectrum Disorders, Edited by M. Ritsner, Springer.
104. Crespi, B. J.  (2011)   Autism and cancer risk.  Autism Research 4:302-310. DOI
103. Crespi, BJ.  (2011)   The emergence of human-evolutionary medical genomics.  Evolutionary Applications 4 DOI
102. Crespi, BJ; Thiselton, DL.  (2011)   Comparative immunogenetics of autism and schizophrenia.  Genes Brain and Behavior 10: 689-701 DOI
101. Frank, SA; Crespi, BJ.  (2011)   Pathology from evolutionary conflict, with a theory of X chromosome versus autosome conflict over sexually antagonistic traits.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108: 10886-10893 DOI
100. Schwander, T; Henry, L; Crespi, BJ.  (2011)   Molecular Evidence for Ancient Asexuality in Timema Stick Insects.  Current Biology 21: 1129-1134 DOI
99. Somjee, U; Ablard, K; Crespi, B; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2011)   Local mate competition in the solitary parasitoid wasp Ooencyrtus kuvanae.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 1071-1077  Website DOI
98. Springer, SA; Crespi, BJ; Swanson, WJ.  (2011)   Beyond the phenotypic gambit: molecular behavioural ecology and the evolution of genetic architecture.  Molecular Ecology 20: 2240-2257 DOI
97. Arbuthnott, D; Elliot, MG; Mcpeek, MA; Crespi, BJ.  (2010)   Divergent patterns of diversification in courtship and genitalic characters of Timema walking-sticks.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 1399-1411 DOI
96. Crespi, B; Stead, P; Elliot, M.  (2010)   Comparative genomics of autism and schizophrenia.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107: 1736-1741 DOI
95. Crespi, B; Summers, K; Dorus, S.  (2010)   Evolutionary genomics of human intellectual disability.  Evolutionary Applications 3: 52-63 DOI
94. Crespi, Bernard J.  (2010)   The origins and evolution of genetic disease risk in modern humans.  Ann N Y Acad Sci 1206: 80-109 DOI
93. Crespi, BJ.  (2010)   Revisiting Bleuler: relationship between autism and schizophrenia.  British Journal of Psychiatry 196: 495-495 DOI
92. Schwander, T; Vuilleumier, S; Dubman, J; Crespi, BJ.  (2010)   Positive feedback in the transition from sexual reproduction to parthenogenesis.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 277: 1435-1442 DOI
91. Summers, K; Crespi, BJ.  (2010)   Xmrks the spot: life history tradeoffs, sexual selection and the evolutionary ecology of oncogenesis.  Molecular Ecology 19: 3022-3024 DOI
90. Arbuthnott, D; Crespi, BJ.  (2009)   Courtship and mate discrimination within and between species of Timema walking-sticks.  Animal Behaviour 78: 53-59 DOI
89. Crespi, B.  (2009)   Gender, biology, and mathematics performance.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106: E102-E102 DOI
88. Crespi, B; Summers, K; Dorus, S.  (2009)   Genomic sister-disorders of neurodevelopment: an evolutionary approach.  Evolutionary Applications 2: 81-100 DOI
87. Crespi, B. J.  (2009)   Evolutionary genetics of affective disorders.   In: Depression: Translational Approaches to Understanding and Treating, Edited by C. Pariante and R. Nesse. Oxford University Press. pp. 37-54.
86. Crespi, B. J.  (2009)   Social conflict resolution, life history theory, and the reconstruction of skew.  In: Reproductive Skew in Vertebrates, Edited by C. Jones and R. Hager, Cambridge University Press. pp. 480-507 DOI
85. Elliot, MG; Crespi, BJ.  (2009)   Phylogenetic Evidence for Early Hemochorial Placentation in Eutheria.  Placenta 30: 949-967 DOI
84. Parent, CE; Crespi, BJ.  (2009)   Ecological Opportunity in Adaptive Radiation of Galapagos Endemic Land Snails.  American Naturalist 174: 898-905 DOI
82. Schwander, T; Crespi, BJ.  (2009)   Twigs on the tree of life? Neutral and selective models for integrating macroevolutionary patterns with microevolutionary processes in the analysis of asexuality.  Molecular Ecology 18: 28-42 DOI
81. Badcock, C; Crespi, B.  (2008)   Battle of the sexes may set the brain.  Nature 454: 1054-1055 DOI
80. Bono, JM; Crespi, BJ.  (2008)   Cofoundress relatedness and group productivity in colonies of social Dunatothrips (Insecta : Thysanoptera) on Australian Acacia.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62: 1489-1498 DOI
79. Chapman, T.W. and B.J. Crespi.  (2008)   The Evolutionary Ecology of Eusociality in Australian Gall Thrips: a 'Model Clades' Approach.  Pages 57-84, In: Ecology of Social Evolution (Editors Judith Korb and Jurgen Heinze). Princeton University Press.
78. Crespi, B.  (2008)   Genomic imprinting in the development and evolution of psychotic spectrum conditions.  Biological Reviews 83: 441-493 DOI
77. Crespi, B.  (2008)   Turner syndrome and the evolution of human sexual dimorphism.  Evolutionary Applications 1: 449-461 DOI
76. Crespi, B; Badcock, C.  (2008)   Psychosis and autism as diametrical disorders of the social brain.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31: 241-+ DOI
75. Crespi, B; Badcock, C.  (2008)   The evolutionary social brain: From genes to psychiatric conditions.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31: 284-320 DOI
74. Crespi, B. J.  (2008)   Language unbound: genomic conflict and psychosis in the origin of modern humans.  In: Social Communication, Edited by David Hughes and Patricia D’ettorre (In Press).
73. Elliot, M. and B. Crespi.  (2008)   Divergent brain-body allometry between mammals with invasive vs non-invasive placentation.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21:1766-1776
72. Elliot, MG; Crespi, BJ.  (2008)   Placental invasiveness and brain-body allometry in eutherian mammals.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21: 1763-1778 DOI
71. Parent, CE; Wu, SST; Keays, A; Crespi, BJ.  (2008)   Characterization of eight microsatellite loci in the Galapagos endemic land snail Bulimulus reibischi, and their cross-species amplification.  Molecular Ecology Resources 8: 1091-1094 DOI
70. Sandoval, CP; Crespi, BJ.  (2008)   Adaptive evolution of cryptic coloration: the shape of host plants and dorsal stripes in Timema walking-sticks.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 94: 1-5
69. Summers, K; Crespi, B.  (2008)   Molecular evolution of the prostate cancer susceptibility locus RNASEL: Evidence for positive selection.  Infection Genetics and Evolution 8: 297-301 DOI
68. Summers, K; Crespi, B.  (2008)   The androgen receptor and prostate cancer: A role for sexual selection and sexual conflict?  Medical Hypotheses 70: 435-443 DOI
67. Crespi, B.  (2007)   Comparative Evolutionary Ecology of Social and Sexual systems: Water-breathing Insects Come of Age.  In: E. Duffy and M. Thiel (Editors). Evolutionary Ecology of Crustacea, Oxford University Press.
66. Crespi, B.J., K. Summers and S. Dorus.  (2007)   Adaptive evolution of genes underlying schizophrenia.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 274:2801-2810.
65. Crespi, BJ.  (2007)   Sly FOXP2: genomic conflict in the evolution of language.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 22: 174-175
64. Joy, JB; Crespi, BJ.  (2007)   Adaptive radiation of gall-inducing insects within a single host-plant species.  Evolution 61: 784-795  PDF DOI
63. McLeish, MJ; Crespi, BJ; Chapman, TW; Schwarz, MP.  (2007)   Parallel diversification of Australian gall-thrips on Acacia.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 43: 714-725 DOI
62. Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2007)   Natural selection and divergence in mate preference during speciation.  Genetica 129: 309-327 DOI
61. Springer, SA; Crespi, BJ.  (2007)   Adaptive gamete-recognition divergence in a hybridizing Mytilus population.  Evolution 61: 772-783 DOI
60. Thompson, GJ; Lenz, M; Crozier, RH; Crespi, BJ.  (2007)   Molecular-genetic analyses of dispersal and breeding behaviour in the Australian termite Coptotermes lacteus: evidence for non-random mating in a swarm-dispersal mating system.  Australian Journal of Zoology 55: 219-227 DOI
59. Badcock, C; Crespi, B.  (2006)   Imbalanced genomic imprinting in brain development: an evolutionary basis for the aetiology of autism.  J Evolution Biol 19: 1007-1032
58. Bono J and B.J. Crespi.  (2006)   Costs and benefits of joint colony founding in Australian Acacia thrips.  Insectes Sociaux 53:489-495. DOI
57. Crespi B.J.  (2006)   The natural selection of psychosis.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29:410-411  Website DOI
56. Crespi, B.  (2006)   Cooperation: Close friends and common enemies.  Curr Biol 16: R414-R415 DOI
55. Crespi, BJ; Summers, K.  (2006)   Positive selection in the evolution of cancer.  Biol Rev 81: 407-424
54. Elliot, MG; Crespi, BJ.  (2006)   Placental invasiveness mediates the evolution of hybrid inviability in mammals.  American Naturalist 168: 114-120
53. McLeish, MJ; Chapman, TW; Crespi, BJ.  (2006)   Inbreeding ancestors: The role of sibmating in the social evolution of gall thrips.  J Hered 97: 31-38
52. Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ.  (2006)   Ecological divergence promotes the evolution of cryptic reproductive isolation.  Proc R Soc B 273: 991-997
51. Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ.  (2006)   Experimental evidence that predation promotes divergence in adaptive radiation.  Proc Nat Acad Sci Usa 103: 9090-9095
50. Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ; Sandoval, CP; Kirkpatrick, M.  (2006)   Migration and the genetic covariance between habitat preference and performance.  American Naturalist 167: E66-E78
49. Nosil, P; Sandoval, CP; Crespi, BJ.  (2006)   The evolution of host preference in allopatric vs. parapatric populations of Timema cristinae walking-sticks.  J Evolution Biol 19: 929-942
48. Parent, CE; Crespi, BJ.  (2006)   Sequential colonization and diversification of Galapagos endemic land snail genus Bulimulus (Gastropoda, Stylommatophora).  Evolution 60: 2311-2328
47. Crespi, B; Summers, K.  (2005)   Evolutionary biology of cancer.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20: 545-552
46. Crespi, B. J.  (2005)   Social sophistry: logos and mythos in the forms of cooperation.  Ann. Zool. Fennici 42: 569-571.
45. Summers, K; Crespi, B.  (2005)   Cadherins in maternal-foetal interactions: red queen with a green beard?  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 272: 643-649
44. Crespi, B; Semeniuk, C.  (2004)   Parent-offspring conflict in the evolution of vertebrate reproductive mode.  American Naturalist 163: 635-653
43. Crespi, BJ.  (2004)   Vicious circles: positive feedback in major evolutionary and ecological transitions.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19: 627-633
42. Crespi, BJ; Fulton, MJ.  (2004)   Molecular systematics of Salmonidae: combined nuclear data yields a robust phylogeny.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 31: 658-679
41. Hallett, RH; Crespi, BJ; Borden, JH.  (2004)   Synonymy of Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Olivier), 1790 and R-vulneratus (Panzer), 1798 (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Rhynchophorinae).  Journal of Natural History 38: 2863-2882
40. Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ.  (2004)   Does gene flow constrain adaptive divergence or vice versa? A test using ecomorphology and sexual isolation in Timema cristinae walking-sticks.  Evolution 58: 102-112
39. Perry, SP; Chapman, TW; Schwarz, MP; Crespi, BJ.  (2004)   Proclivity and effectiveness in gall defence by soldiers in five species of gall-inducing thrips: benefits of morphological caste dimorphism in two species (Kladothrips intermedius and K-habrus).  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 56: 602-610
38. Willis, PM; Crespi, BJ; Dill, LM; Baird, RW; Hanson, MB.  (2004)   Natural hybridization between Dall's porpoises (Phocoenoides dalli) and harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena).  Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne de Zoologie 82: 828-834
37. Crespi, B; Springer, S.  (2003)   Social slime molds meet their match.  Science 299: 56-57
36. Miller, DG; Crespi, B.  (2003)   The evolution of inquilinism, host-plant use and mitochondrial substitution rates in Tamalia gall aphids.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16: 731-743
35. Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ; Sandoval, CP.  (2003)   Reproductive isolation driven by the combined effects of ecological adaptation and reinforcement.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270: 1911-1918
34. Chapman, TW; Kranz, BD; Bejah, KL; Morris, DC; Schwarz, MP; Crespi, BJ.  (2002)   The evolution of soldier reproduction in social thrips.  Behavioral Ecology 13: 519-525
33. Crespi, BJ; Teo, R.  (2002)   Comparative phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of semelparity and life history in salmonid fishes.  Evolution 56: 1008-1020
32. Kranz, BD; Schwarz, MP; Morris, DC; Crespi, BJ.  (2002)   Life history of Kladothrips ellobus and Oncothrips rodwayi: insight into the origin and loss of soldiers in gall-inducing thrips.  Ecological Entomology 27: 49-57
31. Law, JH; Crespi, BJ.  (2002)   Recent and ancient asexuality in Timema walkingsticks.  Evolution 56: 1711-1717
30. Law, JH; Crespi, BJ.  (2002)   The evolution of geographic parthenogenesis in Timema walking-sticks.  Molecular Ecology 11: 1471-1489
29. Morris, DC; Schwarz, MP; Crespi, BJ.  (2002)   Pleometrosis in phyllode-glueing thrips (Thysanoptera : Phlaeothripidae) on Australian Acacia.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 75: 467-474
28. Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ; Sandoval, CP.  (2002)   Host-plant adaptation drives the parallel evolution of reproductive isolation.  Nature 417: 440-443
27. Crespi, BJ.  (2001)   Is there any << social >> behavior in microorganisms?  Biofutur 2001: 51-55
26. Crespi, BJ.  (2001)   The evolution of social behavior in microorganisms - Response from Crespi.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16: 607-607
25. Crespi, BJ.  (2001)   The evolution of social behavior in microorganisms.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16: 178-183
24. Kranz, BD; Chapman, TW; Crespi, BJ; Schwarz, MP.  (2001)   Social biology and sex ratios in the gall-inducing thrips, Oncothrips waterhousei and Oncothrips habrus.  Insectes Sociaux 48: 315-323
23. Kranz, BD; Schwarz, MP; Wills, TE; Chapman, TW; Morris, DC; Crespi, BJ.  (2001)   A fully reproductive fighting morph in a soldier clade of gall-inducing thrips (Oncothrips morrisi).  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 50: 151-161
22. Morris, DC; Schwarz, MP; Crespi, BJ; Cooper, SJB.  (2001)   Phylogenetics of gall-inducing thrips on Australian Acacia.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 74: 73-86
21. Chapman, TW; Crespi, BJ; Kranz, BD; Schwarz, MP.  (2000)   High relatedness and inbreeding at the origin of eusociality in gall-inducing thrips.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 97: 1648-1650
20. Crespi, BJ.  (2000)   The evolution of maladaptation.  Heredity 84: 623-629
19. Crespi, BJ; Ragsdale, JE.  (2000)   A skew model for the evolution of sociality via manipulation: why it is better to be feared than loved.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 267: 821-828
18. Crespi, BJ; Sandoval, CP.  (2000)   Phylogenetic evidence for the evolution of ecological specialization in Timema walking-sticks.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 13: 249-262
17. Giblin-Davis, RM; Gries, R; Crespi, B; Robertson, LN; Hara, AH; Gries, G; O'Brien, CW; Pierce, HD.  (2000)   Aggregation pheromones of two geographical isolates of the New Guinea sugarcane weevil, Rhabdoscelus obscurus.  J. Chem. Ecol. 26: 2763-2780 DOI
16. Kranz, BD; Schwarz, MP; Giles, LC; Crespi, BJ.  (2000)   Split sex ratios and virginity in a gall-inducing thrips.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 13: 700-706
15. Crespi, B; Abbot, P.  (1999)   The behavioral ecology and evolution of kleptoparasitism in Australian gall thrips.  Florida Entomologist 82: 147-164
14. Harrison, MK; Crespi, BJ.  (1999)   Phylogenetics of Cancer crabs (Crustacea : Decapoda : Brachyura).  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 12: 186-199
13. Harrison, MK; Crespi, BJ.  (1999)   A phylogenetic test of ecomorphological adaptation in Cancer crabs.  Evolution 53: 961-965
12. Kranz, BD; Schwarz, MP; Mound, LA; Crespi, BJ.  (1999)   Social biology and sex ratios of the eusocial gall-inducing thrips Kladothrips hamiltoni.  Ecological Entomology 24: 432-442
11. Morris, DC; Mound, LA; Schwarz, MP; Crespi, BJ.  (1999)   Morphological phylogenetics of Australian gall-inducing thrips and their allies: the evolution of host-plant affiliations, domicile use and social behaviour.  Systematic Entomology 24: 289-299
10. Chapman, TW; Crespi, B.  (1998)   High relatedness and inbreeding in two species of haplodiploid eusocial thrips (Insecta : Thysanoptera) revealed by microsatellite analysis.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 43: 301-306
9. Crespi, B; Worobey, M.  (1998)   Comparative analysis of gall morphology in Australian gall thrips: The evolution of extended phenotypes.  Evolution 52: 1686-1696
8. Crespi, BJ; Carmean, DA; Mound, LA; Worobey, M; Morris, D.  (1998)   Phylogenetics of social behavior in Australian gall-forming thrips: Evidence from mitochondrial DNA sequence, adult morphology and behavior, and gall morphology.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 9: 163-180
7. Mound, LA; Crespi, BJ; Tucker, A.  (1998)   Polymorphism and kleptoparasitism in thrips (Thysanoptera : Phlaeothripidae) from woody galls on Casuarina trees.  Australian Journal of Entomology 37: 8-16
6. Sandoval, C; Carmean, DA; Crespi, BJ.  (1998)   Molecular phylogenetics of sexual and parthenogenetic Timema walking-sticks.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 265: 589-595  ResearchGate DOI
5. Crespi, BJ; Carmean, DA; Chapman, TW.  (1997)   Ecology and evolution of galling thrips and their allies.  Annual Review of Entomology 42: 51-71
4. Crespi, BJ; Vanderkist, BA.  (1997)   Fluctuating asymmetry in vestigial and functional traits of a haplodiploid insect.  Heredity 79: 624-630
3. Crespi, B; Carmean, D; Vawter, L; VonDohlen, C.  (1996)   Molecular phylogenetics of Thysanoptera.  Systematic Entomology 21: 79-87
2. Mound, LA; Crespi, BJ; Kranz, B.  (1996)   Gall-inducing Thysanoptera (Phlaeothripidae) on Acacia phyllodes in Australia: Host-plant relations and keys to genera and species.  Invertebrate Taxonomy 10: 1171-1198
1. Carmean, D; Crespi, BJ.  (1995)   Do long branches attract flies?  Nature 373: 666  Website DOI
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