Shinnosuke Nakayama
Shinnosuke Nakayama
Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University
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Passive gear‐induced timidity syndrome in wild fish populations and its potential ecological and managerial implications
R Arlinghaus, KL Laskowski, J Alós, T Klefoth, CT Monk, S Nakayama, ...
Fish and Fisheries 18 (2), 360-373, 2017
682017
Initiative, personality and leadership in pairs of foraging fish
S Nakayama, JL Harcourt, RA Johnstone, A Manica
PLoS One 7 (5), 2012
582012
The role of social attraction and its link with boldness in the collective movements of three-spined sticklebacks
JW Jolles, A Fleetwood-Wilson, S Nakayama, MC Stumpe, RA Johnstone, ...
Animal Behaviour 99, 147-153, 2015
572015
Development of schooling behavior in Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus niphonius during early ontogeny
R Masuda, J Shoji, S Nakayama, M Tanaka
Fisheries science 69 (4), 772-776, 2003
482003
Temperament and hunger interact to determine the emergence of leaders in pairs of foraging fish
S Nakayama, RA Johnstone, A Manica
PLoS One 7 (8), 2012
372012
Experience overrides personality differences in the tendency to follow but not in the tendency to lead
S Nakayama, MC Stumpe, A Manica, RA Johnstone
Proceedings of the Royal Society: B 280 (1769), 20131724, 2013
332013
The role of previous social experience on risk-taking and leadership in three-spined sticklebacks
JW Jolles, A Fleetwood-Wilson, S Nakayama, MC Stumpe, RA Johnstone, ...
Behavioral Ecology 25 (6), 1395-1401, 2014
312014
Between-and within-individual variation in activity increases with water temperature in wild perch
S Nakayama, KL Laskowski, T Klefoth, R Arlinghaus
Behavioral Ecology, arw090, 2016
302016
Consumptive Tourism Causes Timidity, Rather Than Boldness, Syndromes: A Response to Geffroy et al.
R Arlinghaus, J Alós, T Klefoth, K Laskowski, CT Monk, S Nakayama, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (2), 92-94, 2016
292016
Fast–slow life history is correlated with individual differences in movements and prey selection in an aquatic predator in the wild
S Nakayama, T Rapp, R Arlinghaus
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (2), 192-201, 2017
272017
Performance assessment of two whole-lake acoustic positional telemetry systems-is reality mining of free-ranging aquatic animals technologically possible?
H Baktoft, P Zajicek, T Klefoth, JC Svendsen, L Jacobsen, MW Pedersen, ...
PLoS One 10 (5), e0126534, 2015
272015
Effects of highly unsaturated fatty acids on escape ability from moon jellyfish Aurelia aurita in red sea bream Pagrus major larvae
S Nakayama, R Masuda, T Takeuchi, M Tanaka
Fisheries Science 69 (5), 903-909, 2003
252003
Body size and vigilance mediate asymmetric interference competition for food in fish larvae
S Nakayama, LA Fuiman
Behavioral Ecology 21 (4), 708-713, 2010
242010
Effect of prey items on the development of schooling behavior in chub mackerel Scomber japonicus in the laboratory
S Nakayama, R Masuda, J Shoji, T Takeuchi, M Tanaka
Fisheries Science 69 (4), 670-676, 2003
242003
Emergence and development of personality over the ontogeny of fish in absence of environmental stress factors
G Polverino, C Cigliano, S Nakayama, T Mehner
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70 (12), 2027-2037, 2016
222016
Onsets of schooling behavior and social transmission in chub mackerel Scomber japonicus
S Nakayama, R Masuda, M Tanaka
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (9), 1383-1390, 2007
222007
Behaviour in a standardized assay, but not metabolic or growth rate, predicts behavioural variation in an adult aquatic top predator Esox lucius in the wild
KL Laskowski, CT Monk, G Polverino, J Alós, S Nakayama, G Staaks, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 88 (4), 1544-1563, 2016
192016
Social signals as design interventions for enhancing citizen science contributions
D Diner, S Nakayama, O Nov, M Porfiri
Information, Communication & Society 21 (4), 594-611, 2018
132018
Fine‐scale movement ecology of a freshwater top predator, Eurasian perch (Perca fluviatilis), in response to the abiotic environment over the course of a year
S Nakayama, P Doering‐Arjes, S Linzmaier, J Briege, T Klefoth, ...
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 27 (3), 798-812, 2018
122018
Who directs group movement? Leader effort versus follower preference in stickleback fish of different personality
S Nakayama, JL Harcourt, RA Johnstone, A Manica
Biology Letters 12 (5), 20160207, 2016
112016
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