MacLaren, RD. 2019. Evidence of an emerging female preference for an artificial male trait and the potential for spread via mate choice copying in Poecilia latipinna. Ethology. DOI: 10.1111/eth.12885
MacLaren, RD, Wisniewski, K, and MacLaren, C. 2018. Medicine in our waters – so what? Environmental Science Journal for Kids. http://www.sciencejournalforkids.org/science-articles/medicine-in-our-waters-so-what
MacLaren, RD, Wisniewski, K, and MacLaren, C. 2018. Environmental concentrations of metformin exposure affect aggressive behavior in the Siamese fighting fish, Betta splendens. PLoS One. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0197259.
MacLaren, RD. 2017. “Effects of Male Apparent Length on Female Preference for Absolute Body Size in Xiphophorus helleri.” Acta Ethol. 20(1), 27-36. DOI 10.1007/s10211-016-0245-0.
MacLaren, RD. 2016. “Social Environment Affects Female Preference for Male Body Color During Development in Artificially Selected Varieties of Poecilia latipinna.” Ethology, Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1080/03949370.2016.1220427.
MacLaren, RD, *Fontaine, A. 2013. Incongruence Between the Sexes in Preferences for Body and Dorsal Fin Size in Xiphophorus variatus.” Behavioural Processes 92, 99-106: 10.1016/j.beproc.2012.10.013.
MacLaren, R.D., Schulte, D. and Kennedy, J. 2012. “Field Research Studying Whales in an Undergraduate Animal Behavior Laboratory.” Bioscene Journal of College Biology Teaching.
MacLaren, R.D. and *Fontaine, A. 2012. “Female Bias for Male Lateral Projection Area in Poecilia reticulata.” Environmental Biology of Fishes. Vol. 93, Issue 1, 105-119.
MacLaren, R.D., *He, R., and *Gagnon, J. 2011. “Bias for Enlarged Male Body and Dorsal Fins in Female Xiphophorus variatus.” Behavioural Processes 87, 197-202.
MacLaren, R.D. and *Daniska, D. 2008. “Female Preferences for Dorsal Fin and Body Size in Xiphophorus helleri: Further Investigation of the LPA Bias in Poeciliid Fishes.” Behaviour. 145, 897-913.
MacLaren, R.D. 2007. “Female Preference in Xiphophorus helleri: Further Investigation of the LPA Bias in Poeciliid Fishes.” 2007 Annual Animal Behavior Society Conference Abstracts.
MacLaren, R.D. 2006. “The Effects of Male Proximity, Apparent Size and Absolute Size on Female Preference in the Sailfin Molly Poecilia latipinna.” Behaviour. 143, 1457-1472.
MacLaren, R.D. and Rowland, W.J. 2006a. “Female Preference for Male Lateral Projection Area in the Shortfin Molly Poecilia mexicana: Evidence for a Pre-existing Bias.” Ethology. 112, 678-690.
MacLaren, R.D. and Rowland, W.J. 2006b. “Differences in Female Preferences for Male Body Size in Poecilia latipinna Using Simultaneous vs. Sequential Stimulus Presentation Designs.” Behaviour. 143, 273-292.
MacLaren, R.D., Rowland, W.J., and *Morgan, N. 2004. “Female Preferences for Sailfin and Body Size in the Sailfin Molly Poecilia latipinna.” Ethology.110, 363-379.