Anderson, A. L. & Brown, W. D. 2009. Plasticity of hatching in green frogs (Rana clamitans) to both egg and tadpole predators. Herpetologica (In press).
Lelito, J. P. & Brown, W. D. 2008. Mate attraction by females in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 313-320.
Brown, W. D. 2008. Size-biased mating in both sexes of the black-horned tree cricket, Oecanthus nigricornis Walker (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Oecanthinae). Journal of Insect Behavior 21: 130-142.
Brown, W. D., Chimenti, A. J. & Siebert J. R. 2007. The payoff of fighting in house crickets: motivational asymmetry increases male aggression and mating success. Ethology 113: 457-465.
Lelito, J. P. & Brown, W. D. 2006. Complicity or conflict over sexual cannibalism? Male risk-taking in the praying mantis Tenodera aridifolia sinensis. The American Naturalist 168: 263-269 (feature article).
Brown, W. D. & Keller, L. 2006. Resource supplements cause a change in colony sex-ratio specialization in the mound-building ant, Formica exsecta. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60: 612-618.
Brown, W. D., Smith, A. T., Moskalik, B., & Gabriel, J. 2006. Aggressive contests in house crickets: size, motivation and the information content of aggressive songs. Animal Behaviour 72: 225-233.
Brown, W. D., Bjork, A., Schneider, K. & Pitnick, S. 2004. No evidence that polyandry benefits females in Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution 58: 1242-1250.
Liautard, C., Brown, W. D., Helms, K. & Keller, L. 2003. Temporal and spatial variation in female production in the ant Formica exsecta. Oecologia 136: 558-564.
Brown, W. D., Liautard, C. & Keller, L. 2003. Sex-ratio dependent execution of queens in the ant, Formica exsecta. Oecologia 134: 12-17.
Brown, W. D., Keller, L. & Sundström, L. 2002. Sex allocation in mound-building ants: the roles of resources and queen replenishment. Ecology 83: 1945–1952.
Brown, W. D. & Keller, L. 2002. Queen recruitment and split sex ratios in the wood ant Formica exsecta. Ecology Letters 5: 102-109.
Keller, L., Liautard, C., Reuter, M., Brown, W. D., Chapuisat, M. & Sundström, L. 2001. Sex ratio and Wolbachia infection in the ant Formica exsecta. Heredity 87: 227-233.
Pitnick, S., Brown, W. D. & Miller, G. 2001. Evolution of female remating behaviour after experimental removal of sexual selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 268: 557-563.
Brown, W. D. & Keller, L. 2000. Colony sex ratios vary with queen number but not relatedness asymmetry in the ant Formica exsecta. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 267:1751-1757.
Pitnick, S. & Brown, W. D. 2000. Criteria for demonstrating female sperm choice. Evolution 54: 1052-1056.
Brown, W. D. & Kuns, M. M. 2000. Female choice and the consistency of courtship feeding in black-horned tree crickets. Ethology 106: 543-558.
Brown, W. D. 1999. Mate choice in tree crickets and their kin. Annual Review of Entomology 44: 371-396.
Brown, W. D. 1997. Courtship feeding in the tree crickets increases insemination and female reproductive life span. Animal Behaviour 54: 1369-1382.
Brown, W. D. 1997. Female remating and the intensity of female choice in black-horned tree crickets, Oecanthus nigricornis. Behavioral Ecology 8: 66-74.
Brown, W. D., Wideman, J., Andrade, M. C. B., Mason, A. C., & Gwynne, D. T. 1996. Female choice for an indicator of male size in the song of the black-horned tree cricket Oecanthus nigricornis (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Oecanthinae). Evolution 50: 2400-2411.
Polak, M. & Brown, W. D. 1995. Courtship and size-related mating patterns in Cleogonus rubetra (Fabricus). Journal of Insect Behavior 8: 453-463.
Gwynne, D. T. & Brown, W. D. 1994. Mate feeding, offspring investment, and sexual differences in katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Behavioral Ecology 5: 267-272.
Brown, W. D. 1993. The cause of size-assortative mating in the leaf beetle Trirhabda canadensis (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33: 151-157.
Brown, W. D. & Stanford, R. 1992. Male mating tactics vary with female quality in a blister beetle (Coleoptera: Meloidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 70: 1652-1655.
Brown, W. D. 1990. Size-assortative mating in the blister beetle Lytta magister (Coleoptera: Meloidae) is due to male and female preference for larger mates. Animal Behaviour 40: 901-909.
Brown, W. D. 1990. Constraints on size-assortative mating in the blister beetle Tegrodera aloga (Coleoptera: Meloidae). Ethology 86: 146-160.
Brown, W. D. & Alcock, J. 1990(91). Hilltopping by the red admiral butterfly: mate searching alongside congeners. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 29: 1-10.
Brown, W. D., Crespi, B. J. & Choe, J. 1997. Sexual conflict and the evolution of mating systems. pp. 352-377. In The Evolution of Mating Systems in Insects and Arachnids. eds. J. C. Choe and B. J. Crespi. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.
Brown, W. D. & Gwynne, D. T. 1997. Mating in crickets, katydids, and wetas. In The Bionomics of Grasshoppers, Katydids, and their Kin. pp. 281-314. ed. S. K. Gangwere and M. C. Muralirangan. CAB International, Wallingford, U.K.