Anna Favati, Hanne Løvlie, Olof Leimar. 2017. Individual aggression, but not winner–loser effects, predicts social rank in male domestic fowl. Behavioral Ecology 28: 874-882.

Anna Favati, Olof Leimar, Tommy Radesäter, Hanne Løvlie. 2014. Social status and personality - stability in social state can promote consistency of behavioural responses. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 281.

Anna Qvarnström, Andreas Rudh, Torkel Edström, Anders Ödeen, Hanne Løvlie, Birgitta S. Tullberg. 2014. COARSE DARK PATTERNING FUNCTIONALLY CONSTRAINS ADAPTIVE SHIFTS FROM APOSEMATISM TO CRYPSIS IN STRAWBERRY POISON FROGS. Evolution 68: 2793-2803.

Hanne Løvlie, Josefina Zidar, Christina Berneheim. 2014. A cry for help - Female distress calling during copulation is context-dependent. Animal Behaviour 92: 151-157.

Hanne Løvlie, Mark A. F. Gillingham, Kirsty Worley, Tommaso Pizzari, David S. Richardson. 2013. Cryptic female choice favours sperm from major histocompatibility complex-dissimilar males. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 280.

Martin Olofsson, Hanne Løvlie, Jessika Tibblin, Sven Jakobsson, Christer Wiklund. 2013. Eyespot display in the peacock butterfly triggers antipredator behaviors in naive adult fowl. Behavioral Ecology 24: 305-310.

Thomas J. Lisney, Diana Rubene, Jani Rozsa, Hanne Løvlie, Olle Hastad, Anders Odeen. 2011. Behavioural assessment of flicker fusion frequency in chicken Gallus gallus domesticus. Vision Research 51: 1324-1332.

Rebecca Dean, Charlie K Cornwallis, Hanne Løvlie, Kirsty Worley, David S Richardson, Tommaso Pizzari. 2010. Male reproductive senescence causes potential for sexual conflict over mating. Current Biology 20: 1192-6.

M A F Gillingham, D S Richardson, H Lovlie, A Moynihan, K Worley, T Pizzari. 2009. Cryptic preference for MHC-dissimilar females inmale red junglefowl, Gallus gallus. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 1083-1092.

Hanne Lovlie, Tom Pizzari. 2007. Sex in the Morning or in the Evening? Females Adjust Daily Mating Patterns to the Intensity of Sexual Harassment. American Naturalist 170: E1-E13.

Hanne Lovlie, C K Cornwallis, T Pizzari. 2005. Male Mounting Alone Reduces Female Promiscuity in the Fowl. Current Biology 15: 1222-1227.

T Pizzari, H Lovlie, C K Cornwallis. 2004. Sex-specific, counteracting responses toinbreeding in a bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences : 2115-2121.

T Pizzari, C K Cornwallis, H Lovlie, S Jakobsson, T R Birkhead. 2003. Sophisticated sperm allocation in male fowl. Nature 426: 70-74.

Övrigt vetenskapligt

Anna Favati, Hanne Løvlie, Olof Leimar. Effects of social experience during development on competitive ability and personality traits in male domestic fowl.

Anna Favati, Eva Udén, Olof Leimar, Hanne Løvlie. Personality remains - no effect of three-week social status experience on personality in male fowl.