Chia-chen Chang
Chia-chen Chang
Research Fellow, Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore
Verified email at u.nus.edu
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Predator personality and prey behavioural predictability jointly determine foraging performance
C Chang, HY Teo, Y Norma-Rashid, D Li
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-8, 2017
302017
Aggressive jumping spiders make quicker decisions for preferred prey but not at the cost of accuracy
CC Chang, PJ Ng, D Li
Behavioral Ecology 28 (2), 479-484, 2017
162017
The persistence of facultative parthenogenesis in Drosophila albomicans
C Chang, CT Ting, CH Chang, S Fang, H Chang
PLoS One 9 (11), e113275, 2014
132014
A nocturnal cursorial predator attracts flying prey with a visual lure
S Zhang, HL Chen, KY Chen, JJ Huang, CC Chang, D Piorkowski, ...
Animal Behaviour 102, 119-125, 2015
92015
Aggressive spiders make the wrong decision in a difficult task
C Chang, ZY Lim, DA Klomp, Y Norma-Rashid, D Li
Behavioral Ecology 29 (4), 848-854, 2018
72018
Shy herbivores forage more efficiently than bold ones regardless of information-processing overload
MK Tan, C Chang, HTW Tan
Behavioural processes 149, 52-58, 2018
62018
Genetic analysis of parthenogenetic capability and fecundity in Drosophila albomicans
C Chang, H Chang
Zoological Studies 53 (1), 35, 2014
52014
Condition dependence of female-specific UV-induced fluorescence in a jumping spider
CJ Painting, C Chang, JF Seah, D Li
Animal Behaviour 127, 233-241, 2017
32017
Social media, nature, and life satisfaction: global evidence of the biophilia hypothesis
C Chang, GJY Cheng, TP Le Nghiem, XP Song, RRY Oh, DR Richards, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-8, 2020
22020
Consistency in boldness expression varies with ecological context in a jumping spider
C Chang, DA Klomp, Y Norma‐Rashid, D Li
Ethology, 2019
12019
Life satisfaction linked to the diversity of nature experiences and nature views from the window
C Chang, RRY Oh, TP Le Nghiem, Y Zhang, CLY Tan, BB Lin, KJ Gaston, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 202, 103874, 2020
2020
Female spider aggression is associated with genetic underpinnings of the nervous system and immune response to pathogens
C Chang, H Connahs, ECY Tan, Y Norma‐Rashid, D Li, FT Chew
Molecular Ecology, 2020
2020
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