Langen, T.A.. 2009. Predictive models of herpetofauna road mortality hotspots in extensive road networks: three approaches and a general procedure for creating hotspot models that are useful for environmental managers. Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation.

Berg, E.C., J.M. Eadie, T.A. Langen, and A.F. Russell. 2009. Reverse sex-biased philopatry in a cooperative bird: genetic consequences and a social cause. Molecular Ecology 18:3486-3499.

Ellis, J.M.S., T.A. Langen, and E.C. Berg. 2009. Signaling for food and sex? Begging by reproductive female white-throated magpie-jays. Animal Behaviour 78:615-623.

Langen, T.A., K. Ogden, and L. Schwarting. 2009. Predicting hotspots of herpetofauna road mortality along highway networks. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:104-114.

Grimberg, S.J., T.A. Langen, S.E. Powers, L.D. Compeau. 2008. A theme-based seminar on environmental sustainability improves participant satisfaction in an undergraduate summer research program. Journal of Engineering Education. 97:95-103.

Langen T.A., A. Machniak, E. Crowe, C. Mangan, D. Marker, N. Liddle, and B. Roden. 2007. Methodologies for surveying herpetofauna mortality on rural highways. Journal of Wildlife Management71:1361-1368.

Gouvêa S.P., C. Melendez, M.J. Carberry, G.S. Bullerjahn, S.W. Wilhelm, T.A. Langen, and M.R. Twiss. 2006. Assessment of phosphorus-microbe interactions in Lake Ontario by multiple techniques. Journal of Great Lakes Research 32:455-470.

Langen T.A., and S. Grimberg. 2006. Balanced activities increase student satisfaction in a mentored summer research program. American Society for Engineering Education, Proceedings of the 2006 Annual Conference and Exposition 2006-846.

Steen D.A., M.J. Aresco, S.G. Beilke, B.W. Compton, C.K. Dodd Jr., H. Forrester, J.W. Gibbons, J. Greene-McLeod, G. Johnson, T.A. Langen, M.J. Oldham, D.N. Oxier, R.A. Saumure, F.W. Schueler, J. Sleeman, L.L. Smith, J.K. Tucker, and  J.P. Gibbs. 2006. Relative vulnerability of female turtles to road mortality. Animal Conservation 9:269-273.

Langen T.A., and R. Welsh. 2006. Effects of a problem-based learning approach on attitude change and science and policy content knowledge. Conservation Biology 20:600-608.

Twiss M.R., T.A. Langen, M.G. Giroux, S.M. Johns, N.E. Liddle, A.R. Snyder, D.P. Zeleznock, and J. Wojcik. 2006. Land use influence on water quality in the Saint Regis River, a north-flowing tributary of the St. Lawrence. Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies 13:26-32.

Langen T.A., M.R. Twiss, G.S. Bullerjahn, and  S.W. Wilhelm. 2005. Pelagic bird survey on Lake Ontario following Hurricane Isabel, September 2003: Observations and remarks on methodology. Journal of Great Lakes Research 31:219-226.

Twiss M.R., T.A. Langen, G.S. Bullerjahn, S.W. Wilhelm, and D.C. Rockwell. 2005. The Lake Ontario Great Lakes Science Practicum: A model for training limnology students on how to conduct shipboard research in the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 31:236-242.

Luttbeg  B., and T.A. Langen. 2004. Comparing alternative models to empirical data: cognitive models of Western Scrub-Jay foraging behavior. American Naturalist 163:263-276.

Langen T.A. 2004. Cognition: Food Storing. In Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Volume 1 (M. Bekoff, ed.), pp. 290-293. Greenwood Press, Westport CT.

Langen T.A. 2004. What is right with ‘teaching the controversy’? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19:114-115.

Curry R.L, A.T. Peterson and T.A. Langen. 2002. Western Scrub-Jay (Aphelocoma californica). In TheBirds of North America, No. 712 (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.). TheBirds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.

Langen T.A.  2000. Prolonged offspring dependence and cooperative breeding in birds. Behavioral Ecology 11:367-377.

Langen T.A., F. Tripet and P.N. Nonacs. 2000. The red and the black: Habituation and the dear enemy phenomenon in two Mojave Desert Pheidole ants.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 48:285-292.

Langen T.A.  1999. How western scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica ) select a nut: effects of the number of options, variation in nut size, and social competition among foragers. Animal Cognition 2:223-233.

Langen T.A. and S.L. Vehrencamp. 1999.  How white-throated magpie-jay helpers contribute during breeding. Auk 116:131-140.

Langen T.A. and S.L. Vehrencamp.  1998. Ecological factors affecting group and territory size in the white-throated magpie-jay.  Auk 115:327-339.

Langen T.A. and R.M. Gibson.  1998. Sampling and information acquisition by western scrub- jays, Aphelocoma californica.  Animal Behaviour 55:1245-1254.

Gibson R.M., and T.A. Langen. 1996. How do animals choose their mates?  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11:468-470.

Langen T.A.  1996.  The mating system of the white-throated magpie-jay Calocitta  formosa and Greenwood’s hypothesis for sex-biased dispersal.  Ibis 138:506-513.

Langen T.A.  1996.  Social learning of a novel foraging skill by white-throated magpie-jays (Calocitta formosa, Corvidae): a experiment.  Ethology 102:157-166.

Langen T.A.  1996.  Skill acquisition and the timing of natal dispersal in the white-throated magpie-jay Calocitta formosa.  Animal Behaviour 51:575-588.

Upton S.J., T.A. Langen and T.F. Wright.  1995.  A new species of Isospora Schneider, 1881 (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the white-throated magpie-jay, Calocitta formosa (Passeriformes: Corvidae) from Costa Rica. Systematic Parasitology 31:195-199.

Langen T.A. and K.N. Rabenold.  1994.  Dominance and diet selection in juncos.  Behavioral Ecology 5: 334-338.

Price, T., and T. Langen.  1992.  Evolution of correlated characters. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7: 307- 310.

Langen T.A., D.T. Bolger and T.J. Case.  1991.  Predation on artificial bird nests in chaparral fragments. Oecologia 86:395-401.