Kendra Sewall, Ph.D.

current | former

Kendra Sewall, Ph.D.

  • Department of Biology


  • University of California Davis
    Animal Behavior


  • Keith Sockman, Ph.D.


Dr. Sewall is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA



  • Spring 2010
    • General Biology, North Carolina A&T State University


  • Sewall, KB, Caro, SP, Sockman, KW. 2013. Song competition affects monoamine levels in sensory and motor forebrain regions of the male Lincoln's sparrows. PlosONe 8:e59857. PMCID:PMC3608548
  • Sewall KB; Dankoski EC; Sockman KW; 2010. Song environment affects singing effort and vasotocin immunoreactivity in the forebrain of male Lincoln's sparrows. Hormones and Behavior  58(3):544-53. PMCID: PMC2916047.
  • Caro, S. P., K. B. Sewall, K. G. Salvante and K. W. Sockman. 2010. Female Lincoln’s sparrows modulate their behavior in response to variation in male song quality. Behavioral Ecology. 21(3):562-569. 
  • Sewall, K. B. 2010. Early social learning of discrete call variants in red crossbills: implications for reliable signaling. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 65:157-166.