Olson R.S., A. Hintze, F. C. Dyer, D. B. Knoester, and C. Adami (2013) Predator confusion is sufficient to evolve swarming behaviour. J R Soc Interface 10: 20130305. Journal LinkPDF

Grabowski LM, D. M. Bryson, F. C. Dyer, R. T. Pennock, and C. Ofria C (2013) A case study of the de novo evolution of a complex odometric behavior in digital organisms. PLoS ONE 8(4): e60466. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060466. Journal LinkPDF

Olson R. S., C. Adami, F. C. Dyer, A. Hintze (2012) "A bottom-up approach to the evolution of swarming," Artificial Life 13, (2012).

Goldsby, H., T. Pierce, F. C. Dyer, B. Kerr and C. Ofria (2012) The Evolution of temporal polyethism. Artificial Life 13, (2012).

Bartlett, F. A., F. C. Dyer, and R. T. Pennock (2012). Evolution of migratory-like behavior in Avidians. Artificial Life 13, (2012).

Grabowski, L. M., D. M. Bryson, F. C. Dyer, R. T Pennock, and C. Ofria (2012) An analysis of the de novo evolution of a complex odometric behavior Artificial Life 13, (2012).

Townsend-Mehler, J., F.C. Dyer.  (2012) An integrated study of decision-making in a naturalistic environment.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 66: 275286 DOI: 10.1007/s00265-011-1275-2 PDF

Townsend-Mehler, J.M., F.C. Dyer, and K. Maida (2011). Deciding  when to explore and when to persist: a comparison of honeybees and bumblebees in their response to downshifts in reward. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 305-312. PDF

Dyer, F.C.  (2010).  The dance language.  Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Volume 1 (Ed. by M.D. Breed and J. Moore J.), pp. 445-453. Oxford: Academic Press.

Grabowski, L. M., Bryson, D. M., Pennock, R. T., Dyer, F. C., and Ofria, C. (2010). Early evolution of memory use in digital organisms. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALife XII). MIT Press.

Wei, C.A. and F.C. Dyer. (2009). Investing in learning: why do honeybees, Apis mellifera, vary the durations of learning flight? Animal Behaviour 77: 1165-1177. PDF

Wharton, K, F.C. Dyer, and T. Getty (2008). Male elimination in the honey bee. Behavioral Ecology 19: 1075-1079. PDF

Wharton, K,, F.C. Dyer, Z.-Y. Huang, and T. Getty (2007) The honeybee queen influences the regulation of colony drone production. Behavioral Ecology 18: 10921099. PDF

Dyer, F.C. 2002. When it pays to waggle. Nature 419: 885-886. PDF

Wei, C.A., S. L. Rafalko, and F.C. Dyer. 2002. Deciding to learn: modulation of learning flights in honeybees, Apis mellifera. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 188: 725-737. PDF

Dyer, F.C. 2002. Biology of the dance language. Annual Review of Entomology 47: 917-949. PDF

Dyer, F.C., M. Gill, and J. Sharbowski. 2002. Motivation and vector navigation in honey bees. Naturwissenschaften 89: 262-264. PDF

Henderson, J. M., R. Falk, S.  Minut, F.C. Dyer, and S. Mahadevan. (2001). Gaze control for face learning and recognition in humans and machines. In: From fragments to objects: Segmentation processes in vision (Ed. By T. Shipley and P. Kellman). New York: Elsevier. PDF

Minut, S., S. Mahadevan, J.M. Henderson, and F.C. Dyer. 2000. Face recognition using foveal vision. In: Biologically motivated computer vision (Ed. by S-W. Lee, H. H. Bulthoff, & T. Poggio), pp. 424-433. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Budzynski, C.A., F. C. Dyer, and V.P. Bingman. 2000. Partial experience with the sun's arc is sufficient for all day sun compass orientation in homing pigeons, Columba livia.  Journal of Experimental Biology 203: 2341-2348.

Dyer, F. C.  2000.  Individual cognition and group movement:  insights from social insects.  In:  Group Movement in Social Primates and Other Animals:  Patterns, Processes, and Cognitive Implications. (Ed. by P. Garber and S. Boinski).  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.

Capaldi, E. A., and F. C. Dyer.  1999.  Role of orientation flights on homing performance in honey bees.  Journal of Experimental Biology 202:  1655-1666.

Dyer, F. C.  1998.  Cognitive ecology of navigation.  In:  Cognitive Ecology (Ed. by R. Dukas), pp. 201-260.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press..

Dyer, F. C.  1998.  Spatial cognition:  lessons from central-place foraging insects.  In:  A Synthetic Approach to Studying Animal Cognition (Ed. by I. Pepperberg, A. Kamil, and R. Balda), pp. 119-154.  London:  Academic Press.

Dyer, F. C.  1997.  The seat of insect learning?  Natural History 106(8):  58-59.

Dyer, F. C.  1997.  Birds do it, bees do it, even turtles in the sea do it.  Natural History 106(8):   60-52.

Dyer, F. C.  1996.  Spatial memory and navigation by honeybees on the scale of the foraging range.  Journal of Experimental Biology 199:  147-154.

 Dyer, F.C., J.A. Brockmann.  1996.  Orientation, sensory processes, and communication.  In:  Foundations of Animal Behavior  (Ed. by L.D. Houck and L.C. Drickamer).  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.

Dyer, F. C., J. A. Dickinson.  1996.  Sun-compass learning in insects:  representation in a simple mind.  Current Directions in Psychological Science 5: 67-72.

Dickinson, J. A., F. C. Dyer.  1996.  How insects learn about the sun's course:  alternative modeling approaches.  In: From Animals to Animats 4 (Ed. P. Maes, M. J. Mataric, J.-A. Meyer, J. Pollack and S. W. Wilson), pp. 193-203.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press.

Capaldi, E.A., F.C. Dyer.  1995.  Landmarks and dance orientation in Apis mellifera.  Naturwissenschaften 82 : 245-247.

Dyer, F.C., T.D. Seeley.   1994.  Colony migration in the tropical honey bee Apis dorsata  F. (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Insectes Sociaux 41 :  129-140.

Dyer, F.C.  1994.  Spatial cognition and navigation in insects.   In:  Behavioral Mechanisms in Evolutionary Ecology  (Ed. by L. A. Real), pp. 66-98.  Chicago:   University of Chicago Press.

Dyer, F.C., J.A. Dickinson.  1994.  Development of sun compensation by honeybees:  How partially experienced bees estimate the sun's course. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 91 :  4471-4474.  PDF

Dyer, F.C., B.H. Smith.  1994.  Review of:  Anatomy of a Controversy , by A.M. Wenner and P.G. Wells.  Animal Behaviour 47 : 1242-1244.

Dyer, F.C.   1993a.   How honey bees find familiar feeding sites after changing nesting sites with a swarm.  Animal Behaviour 46 :  813-816.

Dyer, F.C.  1993b.  Large-scale spatial memory and navigation in honey bees.  In:  Orientation and Navigation:  Birds, Humans, and Other Animals  (Proceedings of the 1993 Conference of the Royal Institute of Navigation).  London:  The Royal Institute of Navigation.

Dyer, F.C., N.A. Berry, A.S. Richard.   1993.  Honey bee spatial memory:  use of route-based memories after displacement. Animal Behaviour 45 :  1028-1030.

Robinson, G.E., F.C. Dyer.   1993.  Plasticity of spatial memory in honey bees:  reorientation following colony fission. Animal Behaviour 46 :  311-320.

Dyer, F.C.  1991a.  Honey bees acquire route-based memories but not cognitive maps in a familiar landscape.  Animal Behaviour 41 :  239-246. PDF

Dyer, F.C.  1991b.  Comparative studies of dance communication:  analysis of phylogeny and function.  In:  Diversity in the Genus Apis   (Ed. by D.R. Smith), pp. 177-198.  Boulder:  Westview Press.

Dyer, F.C.  1991c.  Coadaptation of colony design and worker performance in honey bees.  In:  Diversity in the Genus Apis  (Ed. by D.R. Smith) pp. 213-245.  Boulder:  Westview Press.

Dyer, F.C., T.D. Seeley.   1991a.  Dance dialects and foraging range in three Asian honey bee species.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 28 :  227-233.

Dyer, F.C., T.D. Seeley.  1991b.  Nesting behavior and the evolution of worker tempo in four honey bee species.  Ecology 72 :  156-170.

Dyer, F.C.  1990a.  Comparative analyses of the honey bee dance language:  phylogeny, function, mechanism.  In: Social Insects and the Environment  (Ed. by G.K. Veeresh, B. Mallik, and C.A. Viraktamath) , pp. 99-100.  New Delhi:  Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.

Dyer, F.C.  1990b.  How honey bees learn about a landscape.  In: Social Insects and the Environment  (Ed. by G.K. Veeresh, B. Mallik, and C.A. Viraktamath) , pp. 198-199.  New Delhi:  Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.

Dyer, F.C., T.D. Seeley.  1989a.  Orientation and foraging in honey bees.  In: Insect Flight  (Ed. by G. Goldsworthy and C. Wheeler), pp. 205-30.  Fort Lauderdale: CRC Press.

Dyer, F.C., T.D. Seeley.  1989b.  On the evolution of the dance language. The American Naturalist 133 :  580-90.

Dyer, F.C.  1987a.  Memory and sun compensation by honey bees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 160 :  621-33.

Dyer, F.C.  1987b.  New perspectives on the dance orientation of the Asian honey bees.  In:  Neurobiology and Behavior in Honey Bees   (Ed. by R. Menzel and A. Mercer), pp. 54-65.  Berlin:  Springer-Verlag.

Dyer, F.C., T.D. Seeley.  1987.  Interspecific comparisons of endothermy in honey bees (Apis):  Deviations from the expected size-related patterns.  Journal of Experimental Biology 127 : 1-26.

Dyer, F.C.  1985a.  Mechanisms of dance orientation in the Asian honey bee Apis florea.  Journal of Comparative Physiology A 152  :  183-98.

Dyer, F.C.  1985b. Nocturnal orientation by the Asian honey bee Apis dorsata.  Animal Behavior 33 :  769-74.

Gould, J.L., F.C. Dyer, and W.F. Towne.  1985.  Recent progress in the study of the dance language.  Fortschritte der Zoologie 31 : 141-61.

Dyer, F.C., J.L. Gould. 1983. Honey bee navigation. American Scientist 71 : 587-97.

Dyer, F.C., J.L. Gould. 1981. Honey bee orientation:  a backup system for cloudy days.  Science 214 :  1041-42.