Dr. Greenfield's research interest is animal communication and sexual selection.
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, 1978
Barbosa, F., Rebar, D. & M.D. Greenfield (2018) When do trade-offs occur? The roles of energy constraints and trait flexibility in bushcricket populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31, 287-301.
Greenfield, M.D. 2017. Book review: ‘Sound : A very short introduction’, by M. Goldsmith. Physics Today.
Mahamoud-Issa, M., Marin-Cudraz, T., Party, V. & M.D. Greenfield (2017) Phylogeographic structure without pre-mating barriers: Do habitat fragmentation and low mobility preserve song and chorus diversity in a European bushcricket? Evolutionary Ecology, 31, 865-884.
Greenfield, M.D., Marin-Cudraz, T. & V. Party (2017) Evolution of synchronies in insect choruses. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 122, 487-504.
Rebar, D. & M.D. Greenfield (2017) When do acoustic cues matter? Perceived competition and reproductive plasticity over lifespan in a bushcricket. Animal Behaviour, 128, 41-49.
Greenfield, M.D. 2016. Evolution of acoustic communication in insects. Pages 17-47 (ch. 1) in Springer Handbook of Auditory Research: Insect Hearing (G. Pollack & A.C. Mason, eds.). Springer-Verlag.
Greenfield, M.D. 2016. Sexual selection. Pages 79-88 (ch. 5) in Pheromone Communication in Moths: Evolution, Behavior and Application (J. Allison & R.T. Cardé, eds.). University of California Press.
Reid, A., Marin-Cudraz, T., Windmill, J.F.C. & M.D. Greenfield (2016) Evolution of directional hearing in moths via conversion of bat detection devices to asymmetric pressure gradient receivers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113 (48), e7740-e7748.
Greenfield, M.D., Esquer-Garrigos, Y., Streiff, R. & V. Party (2016) Animal choruses emerge from receiver psychology. Scientific Reports 6, 34369 | DOI: 10.1038/srep, 34369.
Gleason, J.M., Zhou, Y., Hackett, J.L., Harris, B.R. & M.D. Greenfield (2016) Development of a genomic resource and quantitative trait loci mapping of male calling traits in the lesser wax moth, Achroia grisella. PloS ONE, 11(1), e147014.
Esquer-Garrigos, Y., Greenfield, M.D., Party, V. & R. Streiff (2016) Characterization of 16 novel microsatellite loci for Ephippiger diurnus (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) using pyrosequencing technology and cross-species amplification. European Journal of Entomology, 113, 302-306.
Marin-Cudraz, T. & M.D. Greenfield (2016) Finely tuned choruses: bushcrickets adjust attention to neighboring singers in relation to the acoustic environment they create. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70, 1581-1589.
Barbosa, F., D. Rebar & M.D. Greenfield (2016) Female preference functions drive interpopulation divergence in male signaling: call diversity in the bushcricket Ephippiger diurnus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29, 2219-2228.
Rebar, D., F. Barbosa & M.D. Greenfield (2016) Acoustic experience influences male and female pre- and post-copulatory behaviors in a bushcricket. Behavioral Ecology, 27, 434-443.
Barbosa, F., D. Rebar & M.D. Greenfield (2016) Reproduction and immunity trade-offs constrain mating signals and nuptial gift size in a bushcricket. Behavioral Ecology, 27, 109-117.
Alem, S., C. Clanet, A. Dixsaut, V. Party & M.D. Greenfield. 2015. What determines lek size? Cognitive constraints and per capita attraction of females limit male aggregation in an acoustic moth. Animal Behaviour, 100, 106-115.
Party, V., R. Streiff, T. Marin-Cudraz & M.D. Greenfield. 2015. Group synchrony and alternation as an emergent property: elaborate chorus structure in a bushcricket is an incidental by-product of female preference for leading calls. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69, 1957-1973
Jarrige, A., M. Body, D. Giron, M.D. Greenfield & M. Goubault. 2015. Amino acid composition of the bushcricket spermatophore and the function of courtship feeding: variable composition suggests a dynamic role of the nuptial gift. Physiology and Behavior, 151, 463-468.
Greenfield, M.D. 2015. Signal interactions and interference in insect choruses : Singing and listening in the social environment. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 201. 143-154. Special issue : Insect hearing: From physics to ecology.