My research aims at understanding the evolution of family living, as well cooperation among unrelated individuals. I rely on my long-term study system, the Siberian jay, which we study in Swedish Lapland, 80km south of Arctic Circle. In addition, I am interested in questions relating to language like adaptations (call meaning, syntax).
Rodriguez-Santiago M, Nuehrenberg P, Derry J, Deussen O, Francisco F, Garrison LK, Garza SF, Hofmann A, Jordan A. 2020. Behavioral traits that define social dominance are the same that reduce social influence in a consensus task. PNAS (31) 18566-18573
Jordan A, Taborsky B, Taborsky M. 2020. Cichlids as a model system for studying social behaviour and evolution. In ‘The Behaviour, Ecology, and Evolution of cichlid fishes: A Contemporary Modern Synthesis’ Abate and Noakes (eds). Spinger Academic.
Jordan A, Garza S, Garrison L, Harris R, Hofmann HA, Schartl M, Ryan MJ. Phenotypic and genetic control of alternative reproductive tactics in a swordtail fish. In revision.
Rodriguez-Santiago M, Jordan A, Hofmann HA. Differential neural activity patterns across learning contexts in groups of cichlid fish Astatotilapia burtoni. In review.
Etheredge RI, O’Shaughnessy L, Costa A, Ahamed T, Stephens G, Jordan A. 2020. Chaos, stereotypy, and criticality define mate choice decision making dynamics in guppies. In review.
Guebel J, Bose APH, Jordan A. 2020. Sexual and spatial niche overlap, and not territory resource value, mediate aggressive responses of residents towards joiners in a group-living fish. In revision.
Zhao J, Wen Y, Zhu S,Ye J, Zhu J, Ye Z, Jordan A. 2020. A novel solution to the trade-off between feeding and predator avoidance: adaptive regurgitation in the face of threat. Proceedings of the Royal Society B in review after minor revision.