Stiver K, Alonzo SH. 2010. Alloparental care increases mating success. Behavioral Ecology 22: 206-211.

Alonzo SH, Calsbeek R. 2010. The unstable dynamics of multiple alternative reproductive tactics. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 2614-2624.

Kelly NB, Alonzo SH. 2010. Does a trade-off between current reproductive success and survival affect the honesty of male signaling in species with male parental care? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 2461-2473.

Kazancioglu E, Alonzo SH. 2010. Classic predictions about sex change do not hold under all types of size advantage. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 2432-2441.

Kazancioglu E. Alonzo SH. 2010. A comparative analysis of sex change in Labridae supports the size advantage hypothesis. Evolution. 64: 2254–2264. 

Kindsvater, HK, Alonzo SH, Mangel MS, Bonsall MB. 2010. Age- and state-dependent allocation effects on offspring size and number. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 12: 327–346.

Alonzo SH. 2010. Is there a unifying theory of sex allocation? Evolution 64: 2793–2795. (Invited book review)

Alonzo SH, Sheldon BC.  2010. Population density, sex allocation and social behaviour.  In: Social Behaviour: Genes Ecology and Evolution. Editors: T Szekely, J Komdeur, A Moore. Cambridge University Press. (Book Chapter)

Stiver K, Alonzo SH. 2010. Large males have a mating advantage in a species of darter with smaller, allopaternal males (Etheostoma olmstedi). Current Zoology 56: 1−5.

Alonzo SH. 2010. Social and coevolutionary feedbacks between mating and parental investment.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 25: 99-108.

Alonzo SH, Pizarri T. 2010. Male fecundity stimulation: conflict and cooperation within and between the sexes. American Naturalist. 175: 174-185.

Alonzo SH, Heckman K. 2010. The unexpected but understandable dynamics of mating, paternity and paternal care in the ocellated wrasse. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 277: 115-122.

Stiver K. Alonzo S.H. 2009. Parental and mating effort: Is there necessarily a trade-off? Ethology 115: 1101-1126.

Heckman KL, Near TJ, Alonzo SH. 2009. Phylogenetic relationships of Boleosoma (Percidae: Etheostoma). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 53: 249-257.

Kelly NB, Alonzo SH. 2009. Will male advertisement be a reliable indicator of parental care, if offspring survival depends on male care? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B.

Kazancioglu E, Alonzo SH. 2009. Costs of changing sex do not explain why sequential hermaphroditism is rare. American Naturalist. 173:327-336.

Alonzo SH. 2009. Science, Politics and Evolution. Quarterly Review of Biology. 84:81
(Invited Book Review)

Alonzo SH, Kindsvater HK. 2008. Life-History Patterns. In Sven Erik Jørgensen and Brian D. Fath (Editor-in-Chief), General Ecology. Vol. 3 of Encyclopedia of Ecology, 5 vols. pp. 2175-2180, Oxford: Elsevier. (Book Chapter)

Alonzo SH. 2008. Male and female alternative reproductive behaviors and conflict within and between the sexes. In: Alternative Reproductive Tactics. Ed. R. F. Oliveira, M Taborsky, J Brockmann. Cambridge University Press. pp 435-450 (Book Chapter)

Alonzo SH. 2008. An inordinate fondness for behavioural ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 23: 600-601 (Invited Book Review)

Alonzo SH, Ish T, Key M, MacCall A, Mangel. 2008. The importance of incorporating protogynous sex change into stock assessments. Bulletin of Marine Science. 83:163-179.

Farmer M, Alonzo SH. 2008. Competition for territories does not explain alloparental care in the tessellated darter. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 83:391-395.

Brennan BJ, Flaxman SM, Alonzo SH. 2008. Female alternative reproductive behaviors: The effect of group size on mate assessment and copying.  Journal of Theoretical Biology 253: 561-569.

Alonzo SH. 2008. Female mate choice copying affects sexual selection in wild populations of the ocellated wrasse. Animal Behaviour 75: 1715-1723.

Alonzo SH, Sinervo B. 2007. The effect of sexually antagonistic selection on adaptive sex ratio allocation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9: 1097-1117.

Alonzo SH. 2007. Conflict between the sexes and cooperation within a sex can alter classic predictions of mating systems theory. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:145-156.

Sinervo B, Chaine A, Clobert J, Calsbeek R, Hazard L, Lancaster L, McAdam AG, Alonzo S, Corrigan G, Hochberg ME. 2006. Self-recognition, colour signals, and genetic cycles of greenbeard mutualism and true altruism. PNAS USA 103:7372-7377.

Alonzo SH, Mangel M. 2005. Sex change rules, stock dynamics, and the performance of spawning per recruit measures in protogynous stocks.  Fishery Bulletin 203: 229-245.

Alonzo SH, Key M, Ish T, MacCall A. 2004. Status of the California Sheephead (Semicossyphus pulcher) stock. California Department of Fish and Game Report.

Alonzo SH.  2004. Uncertainty in territory quality affects the benefits of usurpation. Behavioral Ecology 15: 278-285.

Alonzo SH, Mangel M. 2004. The effects of size-selective fisheries on the stock dynamics of and sperm limitation in sex changing fish: California sheephead (Semicossyphus pulcher) as an illustrative example. Fishery Bulletin 102: 1-13.

Alonzo SH, Switzer P, Mangel M. 2003. An ecosystem-based approach to management: Using individual behaviour to predict the indirect effects of Antarctic krill fisheries on penguin foraging success.  Journal of Applied Ecology 40: 692-702.

Alonzo SH, Switzer P, Mangel M.  2003. Ecological games in space and time: the distribution and abundance of Antarctic krill and penguins. Ecology 86: 1598-1607.

Alonzo SH, Mangel M. 2002. Effects of social behavior on survival and growth of krill: important, but how relevant? Marine Ecology Progress Series 244: 309-310.

Alonzo SH. 2002. State-dependent habitat selection games between predators and prey: the importance of behavioral interactions and expected lifetime reproductive success.  Evolutionary Ecology Research 4: 759-778.

Calsbeek R, Alonzo SH, Zamudio K, Sinervo B. 2002. Sexual selection and alternative mating behaviours generate demographic stochasticity in small populations.  Royal Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 269: 157-164.

Alonzo SH, Sinervo B. 2001. Mate choice games, context-dependent good genes, and genetic cycles in the side-blotched lizard, Uta stansburiana. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 49: 176-186.

Alonzo SH, Mangel M. 2001. Survival strategies of krill: Avoiding predators in space, time and size. Marine Ecology Progress Series 209: 203-217

Alonzo SH, Taborsky M, Wirtz P. 2000. Male alternative reproductive behaviors in a Mediterranean wrasse, Symphodus ocellatus: Evidence from otoliths for separate life-history pathways. Evolutionary Ecology Research 2: 997-1007.

Alonzo SH, Warner RR. 2000c. Allocation to mate guarding or increased sperm competition in a Mediterranean wrasse. American Naturalist 156: 266-275.

Alonzo SH, Warner RR. 2000b. Dynamic games and field experiments examining intra- and inter-sexual conflict: Explaining counter-intuitive mating behavior in a Mediterranean wrasse, Symphodus ocellatus. Behavioral Ecology 11: 56-70.

 Alonzo SH, Warner RR.  2000a. Female choice, conflict between the sexes and the evolution of male alternative reproductive behaviors.  Evolutionary Ecology Research 2: 149-170.

Alonzo SH, Warner RR. 1999. A tradeoff generated by sexual conflict: Mediterranean wrasse males refuse present mates to increase future success.  Behavioral Ecology 10: 105-111.

Henson SA (previous name), Warner RR. 1997. Male and female alternative reproductive behaviors in fishes: A new approach using intersexual dynamics. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 28: 571-92.