Johan Lind, Stefano Ghirlanda, Magnus Enquist. 2019. Social learning through associative processes - a computational theory. Royal Society Open Science 6.

Andreas Wartel, Patrik Lindenfors, Johan Lind. 2019. Whatever you want - Inconsistent results are the rule, not the exception, in the study of primate brain evolution. PLoS ONE 14.

Johan Lind. 2018. What can associative learning do for planning? Royal Society Open Science 5.

Stefano Ghirlanda, Johan Lind. 2017. ‘Aesop's fable’ experiments demonstrate trial-and-error learning in birds, but no causal understanding. Animal Behaviour 123: 239-247.

Johan Lind, Sofie Lönnberg, Tomas Persson, Magnus Enquist. 2017. Time Does Not Help Orangutans Pongo abelii Solve Physical Problems. Frontiers in Psychology 8.

Stefano Ghirlanda, Johan Lind, Magnus Enquist. 2017. Memory for stimulus sequences - a divide between humans and other animals? Royal Society Open Science 4.

Magnus Enquist, Johan Lind, Stefano Ghirlanda. 2016. The power of associative learning and the ontogeny of optimal behaviour. Royal Society Open Science 3.

Johan Lind, Magnus Enquist, Stefano Ghirlanda. 2015. Animal memory - A review of delayed matching-to-sample data. Behaviour Analysis Letters 117: 52-58.

Stefano Ghirlanda, Magnus Enquist, Johan Lind. 2014. Coevolution of intelligence, behavioral repertoire, and lifespan. Theoretical Population Biology 91: 44-49.

Johan Lind, Patrik Lindenfors, Stefano Ghirlanda, Kerstin Lidén, Magnus Enquist. 2013. Dating human cultural capacity using phylogenetic principles. Scientific Reports 3.

Johan Lind, Magnus Enqvist. 2012. Insight Learning and Shaping. In Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning, pp. 1574-1577. Springer Publishing Company.

Hanna Aronsson, Johan Lind, Stefano Ghirlanda, Magnus Enquist. 2011. Parental influences on sexual preferences - The case of attraction to smoking. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 9: 21-41.

Johan Lind, Sven Jakobsson, Cecilia Kullberg. 2010. Impaired predator evasion in the life-history of birds: behavioral and physiological adaptations to reduced flight ability. Current Ornithology 17: 1-30.

Will Cresswell, Johan Lind, John L. Quinn. 2010. Predator-hunting success and prey vulnerability - quantifying the spatial scale over which lethal and non-lethal effects of predation occur. Journal of Animal Ecology 79: 556-562.

Johan Lind, Patrik Lindenfors. 2010. The Number of Cultural Traits Is Correlated with Female Group Size but Not with Male Group Size in Chimpanzee Communities. PLoS ONE 5: e9241.

Alex Sansom, Johan Lind, Will Cresswell. 2009. Individual behavior and survival: the roles of predator avoidance, foraging success, and vigilance. Behavioral Ecology.

Johan Lind, Magnus Enquist. 2009. More synthetic work is needed. Adaptive Behavior 17: 329-330.

Johan Lind, Stefano Ghirlanda, Magnus Enquist. 2009. Insight learning or shaping? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106: E76.

Alex Sansom, Will Cresswell, Joroen Minderman, Johan Lind. 2008. Vigilance benefits and competition costs in groups: - do individual redshanks gain an overall foraging benefit? Animal Behaviour 75: 1869-1875.

Ian Henshaw, Thord Fransson, Sven Jakobsson, Johan Lind, Adrian Vallin, Cecilia Kullberg. 2008. Food intake and fuel deposition in a migratory bird is affected by multiple as well as single-step changes in the magnetic field. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 649-653.

Ross MacLeod, Johan Lind, Jacquie Clark, Will Cresswell. 2007. Mass regulation in response to predation risk can indicate population declines. Ecology Letters 10: 945-955.

Will Cresswell, Johan Lind, John Quinn, Jeroen Minderman, D. P. Whitfield. 2007. Ringing or colour-banding does not increase predation mortality. Journal of Avian Biology 38: 309-316.

Adrian Vallin, Sven Jakobsson, Johan Lind, Christer Wiklund. 2006. Crypsis versus intimidation - anti-predation defence in three closely related butterflies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59: 455-459.

Jeroen Minderman, Johan Lind, Will Cresswell. 2006. Behaviourally mediated indirect effects: interference competition increases predation mortality in foraging redshanks. Journal of Animal Ecology 75: 713-723.

Johan Lind, Will Cresswell. 2006. Anti-predation behaviour during bird migration - The benefit of studying multiple behavioural dimensions. Journal für Ornithologie 147: 310-316.

Sami Merilaita, Johan Lind. 2006. Great tit (Parus major) searching for artificial prey - Implications for cryptic coloratioin and symmetry. Behavioral Ecology 17: 84-87.

Adrian Vallin, Sven Jakobsson, Johan Lind, Christer Wiklund. 2005. Prey survival by predator intimidation: an experimental study of peacock butterfly defence against blue tits. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 272: 1203-1207.

Johan Lind, Fredrik Jöngren, Jenny Nilsson, David Schönberg Alm, Alma Strandmark. 2005. Information, predation risk and foraging decisions during mobbing in great tits, Parus major. Ornis Fennica 82: 89-96.

Sami Merilaita, Johan Lind. 2005. Background-matching, disruptive coloration and the evolution of cryptic coloration. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 272: 665-670.

Cecilia Kullberg, Sven Jakobsson, Ulrika Kaby, Johan Lind. 2005. Impaired flight ability prior to egg laying - A cost of being a capital breeder. Functional Ecology 19: 98-101.

Johan Lind, Will Cresswell. 2005. Determining the fitness consequences of anti-predation behavior. Behavioral Ecology 16: 945-956.

Johan Lind, Marco Gustin, Alberto Sorace. 2004. Compensatory bodily changes during moult in tree sparrows, Passer montanus, in Italy. Ornis Fennica 81: 75-83.

Johan Lind. 2004. What determines the probability of surviving predator attacks in bird migration? - The relative importance of vigilance and fuel load. Journal of Theoretical Biology 231: 223-227.

Cecilia Kullberg, Johan Lind, Thord Fransson, Adrian Vallin. 2003. Magnetic cues and time of season affect fuel deposition in migratory thrush nightingales (Luscinia luscinia). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 270: 373-378.

Johan Lind, Linda Hollén, Erik Smedberg, Ulrika Svensson, Adrian Vallin, Sven Jakobsson. 2003. Detection distance influencing escape behaviour in two parids (Parus major and P. caeruleus). Journal of Avian Biology 34: 233-236.

Will Cresswell, Johan Lind, Ulrika Kaby, John Quinn, Sven Jakobsson. 2003. Does an opportunistic predator preferentially attack nonvigilant prey? Animal Behaviour 66: 643-648.

Ulrika Kaby, Johan Lind. 2003. What limits predator detection in blue tits (Parus caeruleus) - posture, task or orientation. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54: 534-538.

Johan Lind. 2002. Tree sparrow, Passer montanus, freezing in the presence of a sparrowhawk, Accipiter nisus. Ornis Svecica 12: 214-215.

Åke Lindström, Johan Lind. 2002. Fuel deposition and speed of early autumn migration of juvenile bluethroats Luscinia s. svecica leaving their natal area in Swedish Lapland. Ornis Svecica 11: 253-264.

Cecilia Kullberg, Johan Lind. 2002. An experimental study of predator recognition in great tit fledglings. Ethology 108: 429-441.

Johan Lind, Ulrika Kaby, Sven Jakobsson. 2002. Split-second escape decisions in blue tits (Parus caeruleus). Die Naturwissenschaften 89: 420-423.

Thord Fransson, Sven Jakobsson, Patrik Johansson, Cecilia Kullberg, Johan Lind, Adrian Valllin. 2001. Magnetic cues trigger extensive refuelling. Nature 414: 35-36.

Johan Lind, Sven Jakobsson. 2001. Body-building and concurrent mass loss: flight adaptations in tree sparrows. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 268: 1915-1919.

Johan Lind. 2001. Escape flight in moulting tree sparrows (Passer montanus). Functional Ecology 15: 29-35.

Russell Thorstrom, Johan Lind. 1999. First nest description, breeding, ranging and foraging behaviour of the Short-legged ground roller, Brachypteracias leptosomus, in Madagascar. Ibis 141: 569-576.

Johan Lind. 1999. Reduced take-off ability in robins due to migratory fuel load. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46: 65-70.

Övrigt vetenskapligt

Stefano Ghirlanda, Magnus Enquist, Johan Lind. 2014. Corrigendum to "Coevolution of intelligence, behavioral repertoire, and lifespan" [Theoret. Popul. Biol. 91 (2014) 44–49]. Theoretical Population Biology 97: 57-57.

Patrik Lindenfors, Johan Lind, Magnus Enquist. 2012. Det unikt mänskliga. In Människans kunskap och kunskapen om människan, pp. 31-44. Sekel Bokförlag, Lund.

Johan Lind. 2010. Vigilance and models of behaviour. In Encyclopedia of Animal Behaviour, volume 3, pp. 506-510. Academic press, Oxford.

Magnus Enquist, Johan Lind. 2010. Världshistoria och kulturell evolution.

Johan Lind. 2003. Adaptive body regulation in the life history of birds. Doctoral thesis. Department of Zoology, Stockholm University.

Hanna Aronsson, Johan Lind, Stefano Ghirlanda, Magnus Enquist. Parental effects on sexual preferences in humans - A web study of attraction to glasses.

Övrig (populärvetenskap, debatt, mm)

Johan Lind. 2017. Inget stöd för att kråkfåglar kan resonera. Sans : 10-15.

Johan Lind. 2017. Tropikhavens okända djur. Fauna och flora 112: 32-36.

Johan Lind. 2017. Näbbars ursprung. Vår fågelvärld med Fågelvännen : 20-24.

Johan Lind. 2017. Bivarg Philanthus triangulum. Fauna och flora 112: 42-42.

Johan Lind. 2015. Skräntärna i skyddad verkstad. Fauna och flora 110: 12-14.

Johan Lind. 2014. Nobelkommittén gjorde inte hemläxan inför medicinpriset. Svenska dagbladet .

Johan Lind. 2014. Mytomspunna vridvingar - om en dröm som gick i uppfyllelse. Fauna och flora 109: 2-6.

Johan Lind. 2010. Quercus - The Oak and Diversity. Atlantis, Stockholm.

Johan Lind. 2010. Quercus - Ekens mångfald. Atlantis, Stockholm.

Patrik Lindenfors, Johan Lind. 2008. Naturens egna självmordsbombare. Fauna & Flora 103: 8-13.

Johan Lind. 2005. Book review of Wings over Falsterbo, 2004, (ed) L. Karlsson. Ibis 147: 428.

Johan Lind. 2002. Varför bry sig om sin vikt? Fåglar i Stockholmstrakten 31: 28-33.

Johan Lind. 2001. Book review of Sturkie's Avian Physiology, 2000 (ed) G.C. Whittow. Ornis Svecica 11: 268-270.

Johan Lind. 2000. To eat or not to eat, that is the question - Being too heavy may make a bird vulnerable to predators. Interpretive Birding Bulletin 1: 12-14.