Data Science
Shinnosuke Nakayama

Publication
  1. Hicks CC, Gephart JA, Koehn JZ et al. (2022) Rights and representation support justice across aquatic food systems. Nature Food 3: 851–861 link 
  2. Selig ER, Nakayama S, Wabnitz CCC, Österblom H, Spijkers J, Miller NA, Bebbington J, Decker Sparks JL (2022) Revealing global risks of labor abuse and illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing. Nature Communications 13: 1–11 link 
  3. Österblom H, Folke C, Rocha J et al. (2022) Scientific mobilization of keystone actors for biosphere stewardship. Scientific Reports 12: 3802 link 
  4. Holland JG, Nakayama S, Porfiri M, Nov O, Bloch G (2021) Body size and behavioural plasticity interact to influence the performance of free-foraging bumble bee colonies. Insects 12: 236 link 
  5. Nakayama S, Richmond S, Nov O, Porfiri M (2020) The gold miner's dilemma: use of information scent in cooperative and competitive information foraging. Computers in Human Behavior 109: 106352 link 
  6. Nakayama S, Soman VR, Porfiri M (2020) Musical collaboration in rhythmic improvisation. Entropy 22: 233 link 
  7. Porfiri M, Sattanapalle, RR, Nakayama S, Macinko J, Sipahi R (2019) Media coverage and firearm acquisition in the aftermath of a mass shooting. Nature Human Behaviour 3: 913-921  link 
  8. De Lellis P, Nakayama S, Porfiri M (2019) Using demographics toward efficient data classification in citizen science: a Bayesian approach. PeerJ Computer Science 5: e239 link 
  9. Nakayama S, Torre M, Nov O, Porfiri M (2019) Matching individual attributes with task types in collaborative citizen science. PeerJ Computer Science 5: e209  link 
  10. Barak Ventura R, Richmond S, Nadini M, Nakayama S, Porfiri M (2019) Does winning or losing change players' engagement in competitive games? Experiments in virtual reality. IEEE Transactions on Games (published online)  link 
  11. Barak Ventura R, Nakayama S, Raghavan P, Nov O, Porfiri M (2019) The role of social interactions in motor performance: feasibility study toward enhanced motivation in telerehabilitation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 21: e12708  link 
  12. Barak Ventura R, Nakayama S, Raghavan P, Nov O, Porfiri M (2019) Cooperative citizen science for robot-mediated telerehabilitation. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Control, Dynamic Systems, and Robotics Paper No. CDSR 109  link 
  13. O'Bryan LR, Abaid N, Nakayama S, Dey T, King AJ, Cowlishaw G, Rubenstein D, Garnier S (2019) Contact calls facilitate group contraction in free-ranging goats (Capra aegagrus hircus). Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7: 73  link 
  14. Torre M, Nakayama S, Tolbert TJ, Porfiri M (2019) Producing knowledge by admitting ignorance: enhancing data quality through an "I don't know" option in citizen science. PLoS ONE 14: e0211907  link 
  15. Nakayama S, Krasner E, Zino L, Porfiri M (2019) Social information and spontaneous emergence of leaders in human groups. Journal of the Royal Society Interface e 16: 20180938  link 
  16. Nakayama S, Tolbert TJ, Nov O, Porfiri M (2019) Social information as a means to enhance engagement in citizen science-based telerehabilitation. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (published online)  link 
  17. Nakayama S, Diner D, Holland JG, Bloch G, Porfiri M, Nov O (2018) The influence of social information and self-expertise on emergent task allocation in virtual groups. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6: 16  link 
  18. Monk CT, Barbier M, Romanczuk P, Watson JR, Nakayama S, Rubenstein DI, Levin SA, Arlinghaus R (2018) How ecology shapes exploitation: a framework to predict the behavioural response of natural resource users along exploration–exploitation trade-offs. Ecology Letters 21: 779–793  link 
  19. Nakayama S, Doering-Arjes P, Linzmaier S, Briege J, Klefoth T, Pieterek T, Arlinghaus R (2018) Fine-scale movement ecology of a freshwater top predator, Eurasian perch (Perca fluviatilis), in response to the abiotic environment over the course of a year. Freshwater Ecology of Fish 27: 798–812  link 
  20. Tolbert TJ, Nakayama S, Porfiri M (2018) Tracking Nemo: help scientists understand zebrafish behavior. Zebrafish 15: 310–313  link 
  21. Diner D, Nakayama S, Nov O, Porfiri M (2018) Social signals as design interventions for enhancing citizen science contributions. Information, Communication & Society 21: 594–611  link 
  22. Nakayama S, Ruiz Marín M, Camacho M, Porfiri M (2017) Plasticity in leader–follower roles in human teams. Scientific Reports 7: 14562  link 
  23. Arlinghaus R, Laskowski KL, Alós J, Klefoth T, Monk CT, Nakayama S, Schröder A (2017) Passive gear-induced timidity syndrome in wild fish populations and its potential ecological and managerial implications. Fish and Fisheries 18: 360–373  link 
  24. Nakayama S, Rapp T, Arlinghaus R (2017) Fast–slow life history is correlated with individual differences in movements and prey selection in an aquatic predator in the wild. Journal of Animal Ecology 86: 192–201  link 
  25. Nakayama S, Laskowski KL, Klefoth T, Arlinghaus R (2016) Between- and within-individual variation in activity increases with water temperature in wild perch. Behavioral Ecology 27: 1676–1683  link 
  26. Arlinghaus R, Alós J, Klefoth T, Laskowski KL, Monk CT, Nakayama S, Schröder A (2016) Consumptive tourism causes timidity, rather than boldness, syndrome. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31: 92–94  link 
  27. Nakayama S, Harcourt JL, Johnstone RA, Manica A (2016) Who directs group movement? Leader effort versus follower preference in stickleback fish of different personality. Biology Letters 12: 20160207  link 
  28. Polverino G, Cigliano C, Nakayama S, Mehner T (2016) Emergence and development of personality over the ontogeny of fish in absence of environmental stress factors. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70: 2027–2037  link 
  29. Laskowski KL, Monk CT, Polverino G, Alós J, Nakayama S, Starrks G, Mehner T, Arlinghaus R (2016) Behaviour in a standardized assay, but not metabolic or growth rate, predicts behavioural variation in an adult aquatic top predator Esox lucius in the wild. Journal of Fish Biology 88: 1544–1563  link 
  30. Jolles JW, Fleetwood-Wilson A, Nakayama S, Stumpe MC, Johnstone RA, Manica A (2015) The role of social attraction and its link with boldness in the collective movements of three-spined sticklebacks. Animal Behaviour 99: 147–153  link 
  31. Baktoft H, Zajicek P, Klefoth T, Svendsen JC, Jacobsen L, Pedersen MW, Morla DM, Skov C, Nakayama S, Arlinghaus R (2015) Performance assessment of two whole-lake acoustic positional telemetry systems – Is reality mining of free-ranging aquatic animals technologically possible? PLoS ONE 10: e0126534  link 
  32. Jolles JW, Fleetwood-Wilson A, Nakayama S, Stumpe MC, Johnstone RA, Manica A (2014) The role of previous social experience on risk-taking and leadership in three-spined sticklebacks. Behavioral Ecology 25: 1395–1401  link 
  33. Nakayama S, Stumpe MC, Manica A, Johnstone RA (2013) Experience overrides personality differences in the tendency to follow but not in the tendency to lead. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 20131724  link 
  34. Nakayama S, Johnstone RA, Manica A (2012) Temperament and hunger interact to determine the emergence of leaders in pairs of foraging fish. PLoS ONE 7: e43747  link 
  35. Nakayama S, Harcourt, JL, Johnstone RA, Manica A (2012) Initiative, personality and leadership in pairs of foraging fish. PLoS ONE 7: e36606  link 
  36. Nakayama S, Rose KA, Fuiman LA (2011) Batch spawning decreases competition among early life stages in coastal fishes: a simulation study using red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus). Marine Ecology Progress Series 441: 213–223  link 
  37. Nakayama S, Ojanguren AF, Fuiman LA (2011) Process-based approach reveals directional effects of environmental factors on movement between habitats. Journal of Animal Ecology 80: 1299–1304  link 
  38. Nakayama S, Fuiman LA (2010) Body size and vigilance mediate asymmetric interference competition for food in fish larvae. Behavioral Ecology 21: 708–713  link 
  39. Nakayama S, Ojanguren AF, Fuiman LA (2009) To fight, or not to fight: determinants and consequences of social behaviour in young red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus). Behaviour 146: 815–830  link 
  40. Nakayama S, Masuda R, Tanaka M (2007) Onsets of schooling behavior and social transmission in chub mackerel Scomber japonicus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61: 1383–1390  link 
  41. Nakayama S, Masuda R, Takeuchi T, Tanaka M (2003) Effects of highly unsaturated fatty acids on escape ability from moon jellyfish Aurelia aurita in red sea bream Pagrus major larvae. Fisheries Science 69: 903–909  link 
  42. Masuda R, Nakayama S, Shoji J, Tanaka M (2003) Development of schooling behavior in Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus niphonius during early ontogeny. Fisheries Science 69: 772-776  link 
  43. Nakayama S, Masuda R, Shoji J, Takeuchi T, Tanaka M (2003) Effect of prey items on the development of schooling behavior in chub mackerel Scomber japonicus in the laboratory. Fisheries Science 69: 670–676  link