Crump, C. and Terry L. Derting. 2015. Effects of pet therapy on the psychological and physiological stress levels of first-year female undergraduates. North American Journal of Psychology. 17(3):575-590.

Ebert-May, D., T.L. Derting, T.P. Henkel, J. Middlemis-Maher, J.L. Mommsen, B. Arnold, and H.A. Passmore. 2015. Breaking the cycle: Future faculty begin teaching with learner-centered strategies after professional development. CBE Life Sciences Education. 14:1-12.

Derting, T., J. M. Maher, H.A. Passmore, T.P. Henkel, B. Arnold, J.L. Momsen, annd D. Ebert-May. 2014. Developing learner-centered future faculty: FIRST IIV - A uniquely effective program of professional development. 2014. Research Symposium Proceedings, National Association of Biology Teachers.

Ebert-May, D., T. Derting, and J. Hodder. 2014. Professional development of faculty: how do we know it is effective? McDaniel, M., Frey, R., Fitzpatrick, S. and Roediger, H.L. (Eds.), Integrating Cognitive Science with Innovative Teaching in STEM disciplines. [e-reader version] (pp. 170-176) doi:10.7936/K7G44N61

Thomason, C.A, T.L. Hedrick-Hopper, and T.L. Derting. 2013. Social and nutritional stressors: agents for altered immune function in disturbance-tolerant rodent species. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 91:313-320.

Derting, T., K.S. Williams, J. L. Momsen, and T. P. Henkel. 2011. Education research: set a high bar. Science 333:1220-1221.

Ebert-May, D. T. Derting, J. Momsen, and T. Long. 2011. What we say is not what we do: Effective evaluation of faculty professional development programs. Bioscience, 61:550-558.

Derting, T.L. and D. Ebert-May. 2010. Learner-centered inquiry in undergraduate biology: positive relationships with long-term student achievement. CBE Life Science Education. 9:462-472.

Brown, T.T., T.L. Derting and K. Fairbanks.. 2008. The effects of stream restoration and channelization on restoration of mammal species and habitat in riparian corridors. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science, 69:37-49.

Derting, T.L. and R. Cox.  2008.  Learning gains in a tablet PC-enhanced introductory organic chemistry course.  Journal of ChemicalEducation, 85:1638-1643.

Derting, T. L. and M. Virk*.  2005.  Positive effects of testosterone and immunochallenge on energy allocation to reproductive organs. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology, 175: 543-556.

Derting, Terry L., Diane Ebert-May, Janet Hodder, and Everett P. Weber.  2005.  Determining confidence: sex and statistics. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 3:338-339.

Derting, Terry L. and Stephen Compton*.  2003.  Immune response, not immune maintenance, is energetically costly in wild white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus).  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 76:744-752.

Derting, Terry L. and Cynthia A. Hornung.  2003.  Energy demand, diet quality, and central processing organs in wild white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus).  Journal of Mammalogy, 84:1381-1398.

Lewis, C. E.*, T. W. Clark*, and T. L. Derting.  2001.  Food selection by the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus)on the basis of energy and protein contents. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 79:562-568.

Derting, T. L.  1999. Conservation for the long term.  BioScience, 49:250-251.

Derting, T. L., J. H. Kruper, J. L. Wiles*, M. L. Carter*, and H. M. Furlong*.  1999.  Physiological bases of male olfactory cues and mate preferences: nutritional history and testosterone level.  Pp. 463-473.  In Advances in Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (R. E. Johnston, D. Muller-Schwarze, and P. W. Sorenson, eds.), Kluwer Academic /Plenum Publishers, NY.  674 pp.

Derting, T.L., J.H. Kruper, and C.E. Rebar. BioQUEST, the 3 P's, and Field Work. In Problem Posing, Problem Solving, and Persuading Peers:  Biology Curricular Reform in the Making (J. R. Jungck, P. Soderberg, and J. Stewart, eds.), Invited chapter, In review.

Derting, T. L. and M. Wells (Austin). 1998.  Changes in gut capacity with lactation and cold-exposure in a species with low rates of energy use, the pine vole (Microtus pinetorum). Physiological Zoology, 71:611-623.

Derting, T.L.  1998. Interdisciplinary nature of ecology. BioScience, 48:864-865.

Derting, T.L. 1997. Subspecific variation in growth and reproduction in the hispid cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus). Journal of Mammalogy, 78(2):613-625.

Derting, T.L. 1997. Undergraduate views of academic misconduct in the biological sciences. American Biology Teacher, 59:147-151.

Armstrong, J. S. and T. L. Derting. 1997. Nest-site selection by gray squirrels: Implications for management in western KY. Proceedings of the 7th Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, pp. 24-38.

Stanford, V. E., T. L. Derting, and S. White. 1997. Ohio River dam construction: short-term impacts on bald eagle populations. Proceedings of the 7th Symposium on the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, pp. 99-108.

Derting, T.L. 1996. Changes in gastrointestinal characteristics of an omnivorous species, the raccoon (Procyon lotor), with season and lactation. Journal of Mammalogy, 77(2):440-448.

Derting, T.L. and E.B. Noakes*. 1995. Seasonal changes in gut capacity in the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) and the meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 73:243-252.

Derting, T.L. 1994. Teaching ethics in the sciences: How and why? Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching, 20(23):16-21.

Derting, T.L. and B.A. Bogue*. 1993. Morphological responses of the gut to moderate energy demands in a small herbivore, Microtus pennsylvanicus. Journal of Mammalogy, 74:59-68.

Noakes, E.B. III* and T.L. Derting. 1993. The effects of diet and season on gut morphology in small rodent species (Microtus pennsylvanicus) and (Peromyscus leucopus). The Beloit Biologist, 12:67-75.

Derting, T.L. 1992. Energize it! An ecologically integrated approach to the study of the digestive system and energy acquisition. Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching, 18(2):3-10.

Derting, T.L. 1989. Prey selection and foraging characteristics of least weasels (Mustela nivalis) in the laboratory. American Midland Naturalist, 122:394-400.

Derting, T.L. 1989. Metabolism and food availability as regulators of production in juvenile cotton rats. Ecology, 70(3):587-595.

Derting, T.L. and J.A. Cranford. 1989. Physical and behavioral correlates of prey vulnerability to barn owl (Tyto alba) predation. American Midland Naturalist, 121:11-20.

Derting, T.L. and J.A. Cranford. 1989. Influence of photoperiod on postnatal growth, sexual development, and reproduction in a semi-fossorial rodent, Microtus pinetorum. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 67:937-941.

Derting, T.L. and P.A. McClure. 1989. Intraspecific variation in metabolic rate and its relationship with productivity in the cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus). Journal of Mammalogy, 70(3):520-531.

Hawkins, L.K*., J.A. Cranford, and T.L. Derting. 1986. Factors influencing reproduction in two species of Peromyscus in Virginia. Virginia Journal of Science, 37:221-229.

Cranford, J.A. and T.L. Derting. 1983. Intra- and interspecific competition between Microtus pennsylvanicus and Microtus pinetorum. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 13:7-11.

Derting, T.L. and J.A. Cranford. 1982. Habitat utilization and spacing patterns of pine and meadow voles. In Proceedings of the Eastern Pine and Meadow Vole Conference (R.E. Byers, ed.), 6:86-92.

Derting, T.L. and J.A. Cranford. 1982. Potential use of barn owls to control vole populations in orchards. In Proceedings of the Eastern Pine and Meadow Vole Conference (R.E. Byers, ed.), 6:46-54.

Cranford, J.A., J. Harrison, and T.L. Derting. 1981. Colonization of an abandoned orchard by pine voles (Microtus pinetorum). In Proceedings of the Eastern Pine and Meadow Vole Conference (R.E. Byers, ed.), 5:60-63.

Derting, T.L.. and J.A. Cranford. 1981. Growth and development rates of Microtus pinetorum under different photoperiods. In Proceedings of the Eastern Pine and Meadow Vole Conference (R.E. Byers, ed.), 5:131-137.

Cranford, J.A., D.H. Pistole, and T.L. Derting. 1980. Results of plant chemical inhibitors and photoperiodic influences on growth and reproduction in Microtus pennsylvanicus. In Proceedings of the Eastern Pine and Meadow Vole Conference (R.E. Byers, ed.), 4:28-34.

*Undergraduate authors

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