Campbell, S.A. and A. Kessler. (2013) Plant mating system transitions drive the macroevolution of defence strategies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. (PNAS) 110(10): 3973-3978
Campbell, S.A., J.S. Thaler and A. Kessler. (2013) Plant chemistry underlies herbivore-mediated inbreeding depression in nature. Ecology Letters 16(2): 252-260.
Chautá-Mellizo, A.*, S.A. Campbell, M. Argenis Bonilla, J.S. Thaler, K. Poveda (2012) Effects of natural and artificial pollination on fruit and offspring quality. Basic and Applied Ecology 13(6): 524-532
Parachnowitsch, A.L., C.M. Caruso, S.A. Campbell, and A. Kessler (2012) Lobelia siphilitica plants that escape herbivory in time also have reduced latex production. PLoS One 7(5): e37745.
Campbell, S.A. and J.H. Borden (2009) Additive and synergistic integration of multimodal cues of both hosts and non-hosts during host selection by woodboring insects. Oikos 118(4): 553-563.
Stinson, K.A., S.A. Campbell, J.R. Powell, B.E. Wolfe, R.M. Callaway, G.C. Thelen, S.G. Hallett, D. Pratti, and J.N. Klironomos (2006) Invasive plant suppresses the growth of native tree seedlings by disrupting belowground mutualisms. PLoS Biology 4(5): 727-731
Campbell, S.A. and J.H. Borden (2006) Close-range, in-flight integration of visual and olfactory information by a host-seeking bark beetle. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 120(2): 91-98.
Campbell, S.A., and J.H. Borden (2006) Integration of visual and olfactory cues of hosts and non-hosts by three bark beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae). Ecological Entomology 31(5): 437-449.
Campbell, S.A., and J.H. Borden (2005) Bark reflectance spectra of conifers and angiosperms: implications for host discrimination by coniferophagous bark and timber beetles. Canadian Entomologist 137(6): 719-722.
* denotes undergraduate coauthor