​​Järvilehto, T., & Lickliter, R.  (2016).  Behavior genetics: A critical perspective on the role of genes

       in behavior.  In: The Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS).  John Wiley [published on-line July,  

       2016]. Read Here

Witherington, D. C., & Lickliter, R. (2016). Integrating development and evolution in psychological science: evolutionary

      developmental psychology, developmental systems, and explanatory pluralism. Human Development, 59(4), 200-

      234. PDF

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Herrington, J.*, Rodriguez, Y.*, & Lickliter, R.  (2016).  Elevated yolk progesterone

       moderates prenatal heart rate and postnatal auditory learning in bobwhite quail (Colinus  

       virginianus).  Developmental Psychobiology, 58, 784-788. Read Here

        

Harshaw, C.*, & Lickliter, R.  (2016).  Blinking bird brains: A timing specific deficit in

       auditory learning in quail hatchlings.  Infancy. [published on-line March, 2016]. PDF

   

 

Lickliter, R., & Bahrick, L.E. (2016).  Using an animal model to explore the prenatal

       origins of social development. In: N. Reissland & B. Kisilevsky (Eds.), Fetal development:

       Research on brain, behavior, environmental influences, and emerging technologies (pp. 3-15).  

       Springer. Read Here

       

Bahrick, L.E., Lickliter, R., Castellanos, I., & Todd, J. (2015).  Intrasensory redundancy

       facilitates infant detection of tempo: Extending the Intersensory Redundancy Hypothesis.

       Infancy, 20, 377-404. Read Here

      

Herrington, J.*, Vallin, C.*, & Lickliter, R.  (2015).  Increased yolk progesterone elevates

       emotional reactivity and interferes with prenatal auditory learning in bobwhite quail (Colinus    

       virginianus) chicks.  Developmental Psychobiology, 57, 255-262. PDF

    

 

Lickliter, R., & Honeycutt, H. (2015).  Biology, development, and human systems.  In: W. F.

       Overton & P. C. M. Molenaar (Vol. Eds.) Handbook of child psychology and developmental

       science. Vol. 1: Theory & method (7th ed., pp. 162-207). Wiley Blackwell. Read Here

  

Bahrick, L.E., & Lickliter, R. (2014). Learning to attend: The dual role of intersensory

       redundancy.  Current Directions in Psychological Science, 23, 414-420. Read Here

       

 

Lickliter, R.  (2014). Developmental evolution and the origins of phenotypic variation.

       BioMolecular Concepts, 5, 343-352. Read Here

       

 

Reynolds, G., Bahrick, L.E., Lickliter, R., & Guy, M.  (2014).  Neural correlates of

       intersensory processing in five-month-old infants.  Developmental Psychobiology, 56, 355-372.

       Read Here

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Lickliter, R. (2017). 5 Biological Processes and Psychological Development. Advancing Developmental Science: Philosophy, Theory, and Method, 30.

Belnap, S. C., & Lickliter, R. (2017). Coordinated movement is influenced by prenatal light experience in bobwhite quail chicks (Colinus virginianus). Behavioural brain research, 327, 103-111. PDF

Lickliter, R. (2017). Anagenesis. Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, 1-3. PDF

 

 

Lickliter, R. (2017). Developmental evolution. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 8(1-2). PDF

 

 

Lickliter, R. (2017). 6 Developmental Evolution: Rethinking Stability and Variation in Biological Systems. New Perspectives on Human Development, 88.

       

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Special Articles

Bertin, A., Richard-Yris, M. A., Möstl, E., & Lickliter, R. (2009). Increased yolk testosterone facilitates    

       prenatal perceptual learning in Northern bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus). Hormones and    

       behavior, 56(4), 416-422. PDF

Gottlieb, G., & Lickliter, R. (2004). The various roles of animal models in understanding human              

       development. Social development, 13(2), 311-325. PDF