Brian Wisenden, Biosciences, had two independent writing projects on the neurobiology of zebrafish appear as book chapters in two separate volumes in November:

Wisenden BD. 2010. Quantifying anti-predator response to chemical alarm cues.
In: Zebrafish Neurobehavioral Protocols (Kalueff AV, Hart P, LaPorte J, eds).
Humana Press (Springer Science). pp. 49-60.

Wisenden BD. 2010. Learned recognition by zebrafish and other cyprinids. In:
Zebrafish Models in Neurobehavioral Research (Kalueff AV, Hart P, LaPorte J,
eds). Humana Press (Springer Science). pp. 210-221.

These book chapters are in addition to three scholarly articles that Wisenden published in 2010 in international peer-reviewed journals (* denotes undergraduate co-authors):

Ferrari MCO, Wisenden BD, Chivers DP. 2010. Chemical ecology of predator-prey interactions in aquatic ecosystems: a review and prospectus. Canadian Journal of Zoology 88: 698-724

Wisenden BD, Binstock* CL, Knoll* KE, Linke* AD, Demuth* BS. 2010.
Risk-sensitive information gathering by cyprinids following release of chemical
alarm cues. Animal Behaviour 79: 1101-1107

Pellegrini* AFA, Wisenden BD and Sorensen PW. 2010. Bold minnows consistently approach danger in the field and lab in response to either chemical or visual indicators of predation risk. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64: 381-387.