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2008

  1. Aleksiev AS, Longdon B, Christmas MJ, Sendova-Franks AB, Franks NR (2008) Individual and collective choice: parallel prospecting and mining in ants. Naturwissenschaften 95:301-305
  2. Baker, P.J., Molony, S.E., Stone, E., Cuthill, I.C. and Harris, S. (2008) Cats about town: is predation by free-ranging pet cats Felis catus likely to affect urban bird populations? Ibis, in press.
  3. Barta Z, McNamara JM, Houston AI, Weber TP, Hedenstorm A, Fero O (2008) Optimal moult strategies in migratory birds. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 363:211-229
  4. Burman O, Owen D, AbouIsmail U, Mendl M (2008) Removing individual rats affects indicators of welfare in the remaining group members. Physiology & Behavior 93:89-96
  5. Dixon G, Nicol CJ (2008) The effect of diet change on the behaviour of layer pullets. Animal Welfare 17:101-109
  6. Fromhage L, McNamara JM, Houston AI (2008) A model for the evolutionary maintenance of monogyny in spiders. Journal of Theoretical Biology 250:524-531
  7. Hollen LI, Bell MBV, Radford AN (2008) Cooperative sentinel calling? Foragers gain increased biomass intake. Current Biology 18:576-579
  8. Kruger O, Radford AN (2008) Doomed to die? Predicting extinction risk in the true hawks Accipitridae. Animal Conservation 11:83-91
  9. Langridge EA, Sendova-Franks AB, Franks NR (2008) How experienced individuals contribute to an improvement in collective performance in ants. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62:447-456
  10. McNamara JM, Barta Z, Fromhage L, Houston AI (2008) The coevolution of choosiness and cooperation. Nature 451:189-192
  11. McNamara JM, Houston AI (2008) Introduction. Adaptation to the annual cycle. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 363:209-210
  12. McNamara JM, Houston AI (2008) Optimal annual routines: behaviour in the context of physiology and ecology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 363:301-319
  13. Monus F, Barta Z (2008) The effect of within-flock spatial position on the use of social foraging tactics in free-living tree sparrows. Ethology 114:215-222
  14. Nicol CJ, Brocklebank S, Mendl M, Sherwin CM (2008) A targeted approach to developing environmental enrichment for two strains of laboratory mice. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 110:341-353
  15. Radford AN (2008) Type of threat influences postconflict allopreening in a social bird. Current Biology 18:R114-R115
  16. Radford AN, Ridley AR (2008) Close calling regulates spacing between foraging competitors in the group-living pied babbler. Animal Behaviour 75:519-527
  17. Rands SA, Cowlishaw G, Pettifor RA, Rowcliffe JM, Johnstone RA (2008) The emergence of leaders and followers in foraging pairs when the qualities of individuals differ. Bmc Evolutionary Biology 8
  18. Roditakis E, Couzin ID, Franks NR, Charnley AK (2008) Effects of Lecanicillium longisporum infection on the behaviour of the green peach aphid Myzus persicae. Journal of Insect Physiology 54:128-136
  19. Stephens PA, Carbone C, Boyd IL, McNamara JM, Harding KC, Houston AI (2008) The scaling of diving time budgets: Insights from an optimality approach. American Naturalist 171:305-314
  20. Westgarth C, Pinchbeck GL, Bradshaw JWS, Dawson S, Gaskell RM, Christley RM (2008) Dog-human and dog-dog interactions of 260 dog-owning households in a community in Cheshire. Veterinary Record 162:436-442

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2007

  1. Abou-Ismail UA, Burman OHP, Nicol CJ, Mendl M (2007) Can sleep behaviour be used as an indicator of stress in group-housed rats (Rattus norvegicus)? Animal Welfare 16:185-188
  2. Aleksiev AS, Longdon B, Christmas MJ, Sendova-Franks AB, Franks NR (2007) Individual choice of building material for nest construction by worker ants and the collective outcome for their colony. Animal Behaviour 74:559-566
  3. Aleksiev AS, Sendova-Franks AB, Franks NR (2007) Nest 'moulting' in the ant Temnothorax albipennis. Animal Behaviour 74:567-575
  4. Aleksiev AS, Sendova-Franks AB, Franks NR (2007) The selection of building material for wall construction by ants. Animal Behaviour 73:779-788
  5. Bennett ATD, Thery M (2007) Avian color vision and coloration: Multidisciplinary evolutionary biology. American Naturalist 169:S1-S6
  6. Berghoff SM, Franks NR (2007) First record of the army ant Cheliomyrmex morosus in Panama and its high associate diversity. Biotropica 39:771-773
  7. Blokhuis HJ, Van Niekerk TF, Bessei W, Elson A, Guemene D, Kjaer JB, Levrino GAM, Nicol CJ, Tauson R, Weeks CA, De Weerd HAV (2007) The LayWel project: welfare implications of changes in production systems for laying hens. Worlds Poultry Science Journal 63:101-114
  8. Bradshaw JWS, Casey RA (2007) Anthropomorphism and anthropocentrism as influences in the quality of life of companion animals. Animal Welfare 16:149-154
  9. Britton NF, Planque R, Franks NR (2007) Evolution of defence portfolios in exploiter-victim systems. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 69:957-988
  10. Buchanan KL, Goldsmith AR, Hinde CA, Griffith SC, Kilner RM (2007) Does testosterone mediate the trade-off between nestling begging and growth in the canary (Serinus canaria)? Hormones and Behavior 52:664-671
  11. Burman OHP, Ilyat A, Jones G, Mendl M (2007) Ultrasonic vocalizations as indicators of welfare for laboratory rats (Rattus norvegicus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 104:116-129
  12. Cherry MI, Bennett ATD, Moskat C (2007) Do cuckoos choose nests of great reed warblers on the basis of host egg appearance? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1218-1222
  13. Cherry MI, Bennett ATD, Moskat C (2007) Host intra-clutch variation, cuckoo egg matching and egg rejection by great reed warblers. Naturwissenschaften 94:441-447
  14. Cuthill IC (2007) Ethical regulation and animal science: why animal behaviour is not so special. Animal Behaviour 74:15-22
  15. du Plessis MA, Simmons RE, Radford AN (2007) Behavioural ecology of the Namibian violet woodhoopoe Phoeniculus damarensis. Ostrich 78:1-5
  16. Franks NR, Dornhaus A, Hitchcock G, Guillem R, Hooper J, Webb C (2007) Avoidance of conspecific colonies during nest choice by ants. Animal Behaviour 73:525-534
  17. Franks NR, Hooper JW, Dornhaus A, Aukett PJ, Hayward AL, Berghoff SM (2007) Reconnaissance and latent learning in ants. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 274:1505-1509
  18. Gillibrand EJV, Bagley P, Jamieson A, Herring PJ, Partridge JC, Collins MA, Milne R, Priede IG (2007) Deep sea benthic bioluminescence at artificial food falls, 1,000-4,800 m depth, in the Porcupine Seabight and Abyssal Plain, North East Atlantic Ocean. Marine Biology 150:1053-1060
  19. Haslam SM, Knowles TG, Brown SN, Wilkins LJ, Kestin SC, Warriss PD, Nicol CJ (2007) Factors affecting the prevalence of foot pad dermatitis, hock burn and breast burn in broiler chicken. British Poultry Science 48:264-275
  20. Hawn AT, Radford AN, du Plessis MA (2007) Delayed breeding affects lifetime reproductive success differently in male and female green woodhoopoes. Current Biology 17:844-849
  21. Hedenstrom A, Barta Z, Helm B, Houston AI, McNamara JM, Jonzen N (2007) Migration speed and scheduling of annual events by migrating birds in relation to climate change. Climate Research 35:79-91
  22. Held S, Mason G, Mendl M (2007) Using the Piglet Scream Test to enhance piglet survival on farms: data from outdoor sows. Animal Welfare 16:267-271
  23. Hewson CJ, Hiby EF, Bradshaw JWS (2007) Assessing quality of life in companion and kennelled dogs: a critical review. Animal Welfare 16:89-95
  24. Houston AI, McNamara JM, Barta Z, Klasing KC (2007) The effect of energy reserves and food availability on optimal immune defence. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 274:2835-2842
  25. Houston AI, McNamara JM, Steer MD (2007) Do we expect natural selection to produce rational behaviour? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 362:1531-1543
  26. Houston AI, Stevens M, Cuthill IC (2007) Animal camouflage: compromise or specialize in a 2 patch-type environment? Behavioral Ecology 18:769-775
  27. Kosztolanyi A, Szekely T, Cuthill IC (2007) The function of habitat change during brood-rearing in the precocial Kentish plover Charadrius alexandrinus. Acta Ethologica 10:73-79
  28. Laws N, Ganswindt A, Heistermann M, Harris M, Harris S, Sherwin C (2007) A case study: Fecal corticosteroid and behavior as indicators of welfare during relocation of an Asian elephant. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 10:349-358
  29. Loyau A, Gomez D, Moureau BT, Thery M, Hart NS, Saint Jalme M, Bennett ATD, Sorci G (2007) Iridescent structurally based coloration of eyespots correlates with mating success in the peacock. Behavioral Ecology 18:1123-1131
  30. Martinez AM, Boo NY, Neou L, Dung KK, Sayeed SA, Partridge JC (2007) Parents' perceptions of barriers to neonatal care in three developing countries in Asia. Acta Paediatrica 96:194-194
  31. Miller PJ, Pazy Y, Conti B, Riddle D, Appella E, Collins EJ (2007) Single MHC mutation eliminates enthalpy associated with T cell receptor binding. Journal of Molecular Biology 373:315-327
  32. Molony SE, Baker PJ, Garland L, Cuthill IC, Harris S (2007) Factors that can be used to predict release rates for wildlife casualties. Animal Welfare 16:361-367
  33. Mosk V, Thomas N, Hart NS, Partridge JC, Beazley LD, Shand J (2007) Spectral sensitivities of the seahorses Hippocampus subelongatus and Hippocampus barbouri and the pipefish Stigmatopora argus. Visual Neuroscience 24:345-354
  34. Moskat, C., Székely, T., Cuthill, I.C. and Kisbenedek, T. 2007. Hosts’ responses to parasitic eggs: which cues elicit hosts’ egg discrimination? Ethology 114, 186-194 (see also figure in Erratum p. 312)
  35. Nakagawa S, Cuthill IC (2007) Effect size, confidence interval and statistical significance: a practical guide for biologists. Biological Reviews 82:591-605
  36. Pap PL, Barta Z, Tokolyi J, Vagasi CI (2007) Increase of feather quality during moult: a possible implication of feather deformities in the evolution of partial moult in the great tit Parus major. Journal of Avian Biology 38:471-478
  37. Partridge JC, Boo NY, Dung KK, Neou L, Martinez AM (2007) Improving education in neonatal care in developing countries: a needs assessment in three Asian countries. Acta Paediatrica 96:192-192
  38. Paul ES, Moinard C, Green LE, Mendl M (2007) Farmers' attitudes to methods for controlling tail biting in pigs. Veterinary Record 160:803-805
  39. Planque R, Dechaume-Moncharmont FX, Franks NR, Kovacs T, Marshall JAR (2007) Why do house-hunting ants recruit in both directions? Naturwissenschaften 94:911-918
  40. Planque R, Dornhaus A, Franks NR, Kovacs T, Marshall JAR (2007) Weighting waiting in collective decision-making. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61:347-356
  41. Powell S, Franks NR (2007) How a few help all: living pothole plugs speed prey delivery in the army ant Eciton burchellii. Animal Behaviour 73:1067-1076
  42. Radford AN, Ridley AR (2007) Individuals in foraging groups may use vocal cues when assessing their need for anti-predator vigilance. Biology Letters 3:249-252
  43. Richardson TO, Houston AI, Franks NR (2007) Teaching with evaluation in ants. Current Biology 17:1520-1526
  44. Roberts ML, Buchanan KL, Bennett ATD, Evans MR (2007) Mate choice in zebra finches: does corticosterone play a role? Animal Behaviour 74:921-929
  45. Roberts ML, Buchanan KL, Hasselquist D, Bennett ATD, Evans MR (2007) Physiological, morphological and behavioural effects of selecting zebra finches for divergent levels of corticosterone. Journal of Experimental Biology 210:4368-4378
  46. Rooney NJ, Gaines SA, Bradshaw JWS (2007) Behavioural and glucocorticoid responses of dogs (Canis familiaris) to kennelling: Investigating mitigation of stress by prior habituation. Physiology & Behavior 92:847-854
  47. Rooney NJ, Gaines SA, Bradshaw JWS, Penman S (2007) Validation of a method for assessing the ability of trainee specialist search dogs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 103:90-104
  48. Sherwin CM (2007) Animal welfare: reporting details is good science. Nature 448:251-251
  49. Sherwin CM (2007) The motivation of group-housed laboratory mice to leave an enriched laboratory cage. Animal Behaviour 73:29-35
  50. Spencer KA, Harris S, Baker PJ, Cuthill IC (2007) Song development in birds: the role of early experience and its ptoential effect on rehabilitation success. Animal Welfare 16:1-13
  51. Stevens M, Cuthill IC (2007) Hidden messages: Are ultraviolet signals a special channel in avian communication? Bioscience 57:501-507
  52. Stevens, M., Hopkins, E., Hinde, W., Adcock, A., Connolly, Y., Troscianko, T. and Cuthill, I.C. 2007. Field experiments on the effectiveness of ‘eyespots’ as predator deterrents. Animal Behaviour 74, 1215-1227.
  53. Stevens M, Parraga CA, Cuthill IC, Partridge JC, Troscianko TS (2007) Using digital photography to study animal coloration. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 90:211-237
  54. Teixeira CP, De Azevedo CS, Mendl M, Cipreste CF, Young RJ (2007) Revisiting translocation and reintroduction programmes: the importance of considering stress. Animal Behaviour 73:1-13
  55. Thornton A, Raihani NJ, Radford AN (2007) Teachers in the wild: some clarification. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 11:272-273
  56. Wang B, Yu B, Karim M, Hu HH, Sun Y, McGreevy P, Petocz P, Held S, Brand-Miller J (2007) Dietary sialic acid supplementation improves learning and memory in piglets. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 85:561-569

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2006

  1. Barta Z, Houston AI, McNamara JM, Welham RK, Hedenstrom A, Weber TP, Fero O (2006) Annual routines of non-migratory birds: optimal moult strategies. Oikos 112, 580-593
  2. Boomsma JJ, Franks NR (2006) Social insects: from selfish genes to self organisation and beyond. Trends In Ecology & Evolution 21, 303-308
  3. Cuthill, I.C. (2006) Color Perception in Birds. Chapter 1 in Hill, G.E. & McGraw, K.J. (eds.) Bird Coloration. I. Mechanisms and Measurement. Harvard University Press, Harvard MA.
  4. Cuthill, I.C., Hiby, E. and Lloyd, E. (2006) The predation costs of symmetrical cryptic coloration. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 273, 1267-1271.
  5. Cuthill, I.C., Stevens, M., Windsor, A.M.M. and Walker, H.J. (2006) The effects of pattern symmetry on detection of disruptive and background matching coloration. Behavioral Ecology 17, 828-832.
  6. Dall SRX, McNamara JM, Wedell N, Hosken DJ (2006) Debating sexual selection and mating strategies. Science 312, 689-689
  7. Evans, J.E., Cuthill, I.C. and Bennett, A.T.D. (2006) The effect of flicker from fluorescent lights on mate choice in captive birds. Animal Behaviour 72, 393-400.
  8. Evans MR, Roberts ML, Buchanan KL, Goldsmith AR (2006) Heritability of corticosterone response and changes in life history traits during selection in the zebra finch. Journal Of Evolutionary Biology 19, 343-352
  9. Franks NR (2006) An agent-based model of collective nest choice by the ant Temnothorax albipennis. (vol 70, pg 1023, 2005). Animal Behaviour 71, 478-478
  10. Franks NR, Dornhaus A, Metherell BG, Nelson TR, Lanfear SAJ, Symes WS (2006) Not everything that counts can be counted: ants use multiple metrics for a single nest trait. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 273, 165-169
  11. Franks NR, Richardson T (2006) Teaching in tandem-running ants. Nature 439, 153-153
  12. Haslam SM, Brown SN, Wilkins LJ, Kestin SC, Warriss PD, Nicol CJ (2006) Preliminary study to examine the utility of using foot burn or hock burn to assess aspects of housing conditions for broiler chicken. British Poultry Science 47, 13-18
  13. Held S, Mason G, Mendl M (2006) Maternal responsiveness of outdoor sows from first to fourth parities. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 98, 216-233
  14. Kosztolanyi A, Szekely T, Cuthill IC, Yilmaz KT, Berberoglu S (2006) Ecological constraints on breeding system evolution: the influence of habitat on brood desertion in Kentish plover. Journal Of Animal Ecology 75, 257-265
  15. Kronauer DJC, Berghoff SM, Powell S, Denny AJ, Edwards KJ, Franks NR, Boomsma JJ (2006) A reassessment of the mating system characteristics of the army ant Eciton burchellii. Naturwissenschaften 93, 402-406
  16. Leslie DS, Collins EJ (2006) Generalised weakened fictitious play. Games And Economic Behavior 56, 285-298
  17. Lessells CM, Bennett ATD, Birkhead TR, Colegrave N, Dall SRX, Harvey PH, Hatchwell B, Hosken DJ, Hunt J, Moore AJ, Parker GA, Pitnick S, Pizzari T, Radwan J, Ritchie M, Sheldon BC, Shuker DM, Simmons LW, Stockley P, Tregenza T, Zuk M (2006) Debating sexual selection and mating strategies. Science 312, 689-690
  18. Marshall JAR, Dornhaus A, Franks NR, Kovacs T (2006) Noise, cost and speed-accuracy trade-offs: decision-making in a decentralized system. Journal Of The Royal Society Interface 3, 243-254
  19. McNamara JM, Green RF, Olsson O (2006a) Bayes' theorem and its applications in animal behaviour. Oikos 112, 243-251
  20. McNamara JM, Wilson EMK, Houston AI (2006b) Is it better to give information, receive it, or be ignorant in a two-player game? Behavioral Ecology 17, 441-451
  21. Merrill RJN, Cooper JJ, Albentosa MJ, Nicol CJ (2006) The preferences of laying hens for perforated Astroturf over conventional wire as a dustbathing substrate in furnished cages. Animal Welfare 15, 173-178
  22. Molony, S. E., Baker, P. J., Garland, L., Cuthill, I. C. and Harris, S. (2006) Factors that can be used to predict release rates for wildlife casualties. Animal Welfare, in press.
  23. Molony SE, Dowding CV, Baker PJ, Cuthill IC, Harris S (2006) The effect of translocation and temporary captivity on wildlife rehabilitation success: An experimental study using European hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus). Biological Conservation 130, 530-537
  24. Partridge JC, White EM, Douglas RH (2006) The effect of elevated hydrostatic pressure on the spectral absorption of deep-sea fish visual pigments. Journal Of Experimental Biology 209, 314-319
  25. Rands, S.A., Cuthill, I.C. and Houston, A.I. (2006) Explaining individual variation in patterns of mass loss in breeding birds. Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling 3(20), 1-24.
  26. Rands, S.A., Houston, A.I. and Cuthill, I.C. (2006) Measurement of mass change in breeding birds: a bibliography and discussion of measurement techniques. Ringing & Migration 23, 1-5.
  27. Souza AS, Jansen J, Tempelman RJ, Mendl M, Zanella AJ (2006) A novel method for testing social recognition in young pigs and the modulating effects of relocation. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 99, 77-87
  28. Spencer, K., Harris, S., Baker, P. and Cuthill, I.C. (2006) Song development in birds: the role of early experience and its potential effect on rehabilitation success. Animal Welfare, in press.
  29. Stephens PA, Zaumyslova OY, Miquelle DG, Myslenkov AI, Hayward GD (2006) Estimating population density from indirect sign: track counts and the Formozov-Malyshev-Pereleshin formula. Animal Conservation 9, 339-348
  30. Stevens, M. and Cuthill, I.C. (2006) Disruptive coloration, crypsis and edge detection in early visual processing. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 273, 2141–2147.
  31. Stevens, M., Cuthill, I.C., Windsor, A.M.M. and Walker, H.J. (2006) Disruptive contrast in animal camouflage. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 273, 2433–2438.
  32. Stevens, M., Cuthill, I.C., Parraga, A and Troscianko, T. (2006) The effectiveness of disruptive coloration as a concealment strategy. In: Progress in Brain Research (ed. J.-M. Alonso, S. Macknik, L. Martinez, P. Tse & S. Martinez-Conde). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  33. Stevens, M., Párraga, C.A., Cuthill, I.C., Partridge, J.C. and Troscianko, T.S. 2006. Using digital photography to study animal coloration. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, in press.
  34. Székely, T., Thomas, G.H. and Cuthill, I.C. (2006) Sexual conflict, ecology and breeding systems in shorebirds. BioScience 65, 801-808.
  35. Thomas RJ, Szekely T, Powell RF, Cuthill IC (2006) Eye size, foraging methods and the timing of foraging in shorebirds. Functional Ecology 20, 157-165
  36. Turner SP, Farnworth MJ, White IMS, Brotherstone S, Mendl M, Knap P, Penny P, Lawrence AB (2006) The accumulation of skin lesions and their use as a predictor of individual aggressiveness in pigs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 96, 245-259
  37. Weeks CA, Nicol CJ (2006) Behavioural needs, priorities and preferences of laying hens. Worlds Poultry Science Journal 62, 296-307
  38. Whittingham MJ, Stephens PA, Bradbury RB, Freckleton RP (2006) Why do we still use stepwise modelling in ecology and behaviour? Journal Of Animal Ecology 75, 1182-1189

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2005

  1. Abeyesinghe SM, Nicol CJ, Hartnell SJ, Wathes CM (2005) Can domestic fowl, Gallus gallus domesticus, show self-control? Animal Behaviour 70, 1-11
  2. Couzin ID, Krause J, Franks NR, Levin SA (2005) Effective leadership and decision-making in animal groups on the move. Nature 433, 513-516
  3. Cuthill IC (2005) The study of function in behavioural ecology. Animal Biology 55, 399-417
  4. Cuthill IC, Stevens M, Sheppard J, Maddocks T, Parraga CA, Troscianko TS (2005) Disruptive coloration and background pattern matching. Nature 434, 72-74
  5. Dall SRX, Giraldeau LA, Olsson O, McNamara JM, Stephens DW (2005) Information and its use by animals in evolutionary ecology. Trends In Ecology & Evolution 20, 187-193
  6. Dechaume-Moncharmont FX, Dornhaus A, Houston AI, McNamara JM, Collins EJ, Franks NR (2005) The hidden cost of information in collective foraging. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 272, 1689-1695
  7. Franks NR, Hooper J, Webb C, Dornhaus A (2005) Tomb evaders: house-hunting hygiene in ants. Biology Letters 1, 190-192
  8. Held S, Baumgartner J, KilBride A, Byrne RW, Mendl M (2005) Foraging behaviour in domestic pigs (Sus scrofa): remembering and prioritizing food sites of different value. Animal Cognition 8, 114-121
  9. Hesley GK, Nordland MR, Morton MJ, Hangiandreou NJ, Meizner DD, Hall TJ, Lucas JM, McNamara JM, Ryan-O'Neill RF, Higgins RL, Cropp JT, Champa SR (2005) Performance of visual interpretation of lesion conspicuity in ultrasound strain image sequences for diagnosis of malignant and benign breast lesions. American Journal Of Roentgenology 184, 27-27
  10. Houston AI, McNamara JM (2005) John Maynard Smith and the importance of consistency in evolutionary game theory. Biology & Philosophy 20, 933-950
  11. Houston AI, Szekely T, McNamara JM (2005) Conflict between parents over care. Trends In Ecology & Evolution 20, 33-38
  12. Hughes A, Partridge JC, Davies B, Cooper BA, Kramer RF, Amidi-Nouri A, Sehring SA (2005) Staff perceptions of barriers to pediatric end-of-life care in intensive care versus non-intensive care settings. Pediatric Research 58, 404-404
  13. Komdeur J, Oorebeek M, van Overveld T, Cuthill IC (2005) Mutual ornamentation, age, and reproductive performance in the European starling. Behavioral Ecology 16, 805-817
  14. Leslie DS, Collins EJ (2005) Individual Q-learning in normal form games. Siam Journal On Control And Optimization 44, 495-514
  15. McLeman MA, Mendl M, Jones RB, White R, Wathes CM (2005) Discrimination of conspecifics by juvenile domestic pigs, Sus scrofa. Animal Behaviour 70, 451-461
  16. McNamara JM, Barta Z, Houston AI, Race P (2005) A theoretical investigation of the effect of predators on foraging behaviour and energy reserves. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 272, 929-934
  17. McNamara JM, Buchanan KL (2005) Stress, resource allocation, and mortality. Behavioral Ecology 16, 1008-1017
  18. Merrill RJN, Nicol CJ (2005) The effects of novel floorings on dustbathing, pecking and scratching behaviour of caged hens. Animal Welfare 14, 179-186
  19. Nicol CJ, Badnell-Waters AJ (2005) Suckling behaviour in domestic foals and the development of abnormal oral behaviour. Animal Behaviour 70, 21-29
  20. Nicol CJ, Badnell-Waters AJ, Bice R, Kelland A, Wilson AD, Harris PA (2005) The effects of diet and weaning method on the behaviour of young horses. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 95, 205-221
  21. Paul ES, Harding EJ, Mendl M (2005) Measuring emotional processes in animals: the utility of a cognitive approach. Neuroscience And Biobehavioral Reviews 29, 469-491
  22. Powell S, Franks NR (2005) Caste evolution and ecology: a special worker for novel prey. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 272, 2173-2180
  23. Pratt SC, Sumpter DJT, Mallon EB, Franks NR (2005) An agent-based model of collective nest choice by the ant Temnothorax albipennis. Animal Behaviour 70, 1023-1036
  24. Schoning C, Kinuthia W, Franks NR (2005a) Evolution of allometries in the worker caste of Dorylus army ants. Oikos 110, 231-240
  25. Schoning C, Njagi WM, Franks NR (2005b) Temporal and spatial patterns in the emigrations of the army ant Dorylus (Anomma) molestus in the montane forest of Mt Kenya. Ecological Entomology 30, 532-540
  26. Smith, E.L., Cuthill, I.C., Griffiths, R., Greenwood, V.J., Goldsmith, A.R. and Evans, J.E. (2005) Sexing starlings, Sturnus vulgaris, using iris colour. Ringing & Migration 22, 193-197.
  27. Smith EL, Greenwood VJ, Goldsmith AR, Cuthill IC (2005) Effect of repetitive visual stimuli on behaviour and plasma corticosterone of European starlings. Animal Biology 55, 245-258
  28. Smith EL, Greenwood VJ, Goldsmith AR, Cuthill IC (2005) Effect of supplementary ultraviolet lighting on the behaviour and corticosterone levels of Japanese quail chicks. Animal Welfare 14, 103-109
  29. Spencer KA, Buchanan KL, Leitner S, Goldsmith AR, Catchpole CK (2005a) Parasites affect song complexity and neural development in a songbird. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 272, 2037-2043
  30. Spencer KA, Wimpenny JH, Buchanan KL, Lovell PG, Goldsmith AR, Catchpole CK (2005b) Developmental stress affects the attractiveness of male song and female choice in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). Behavioral Ecology And Sociobiology 58, 423-428
  31. Stephens PA, Buskirk SW, Hayward GD, Del Rio CM (2005a) Information theory and hypothesis testing: a call for pluralism. Journal Of Applied Ecology 42, 4-12
  32. Stephens PA, Russell AF, Young AJ, Sutherland WJ, Clutton-Brock TH (2005b) Dispersal, eviction, and conflict in meerkats (Suricata suricatta): An evolutionarily stable strategy model. American Naturalist 165, 120-135
  33. Stevens M (2005) The role of eyespots as anti-predator mechanisms, principally demonstrated in the Lepidoptera. Biological Reviews 80, 573-588
  34. Stevens, M. and Cuthill, I.C. (2005) The unsuitability of html-based colour charts for estimating animal colours - a comment on Berggren and Merilä (2004). Frontiers in Zoology 2(14): 1-30.(online at http://www.frontiersinzoology.com/content/2/1/14)
  35. Sumner P, Arrese CA, Partridge JC (2005) The ecology of visual pigment tuning in an Australian marsupial: the honey possum Tarsipes rostratus. Journal Of Experimental Biology 208, 1803-1815
  36. Sumner P, Arrese CA, Partridge JC, van Bergen Y (2005) The colour of dinner. Journal Of Experimental Biology 208, III-III
  37. Troscianko T, Cuthill IC, Stevens M, Graham L, Richardson S, Parraga CA (2005) Detection of cryptic targets in avian vision: A field study. Perception 34, 47-47
  38. White EM, Church SC, Willoughby LJ, Hudson SJ, Partridge JC (2005) Spectral irradiance and foraging efficiency in the guppy, Poecilia reticulata. Animal Behaviour 69, 519-527

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2004

  1. Barta, Z., Liker, A. and Monus, F. (2004) The effects of predation risk on the use of social foraging tactics. Animal Behaviour 67, 301-308.
  2. Buchanan, K.L. and Goldsmith, A.R. (2004) Noninvasive endocrine data for behavioural studies: the importance of validation. Animal Behaviour 67, 183-185.
  3. Burman, O.H.P. and Mendl, M. (2004) Disruptive effects of standard husbandry practice on laboratory rat social discrimination. Animal Welfare 13, 125-133.
  4. Cameron, M.E., Casey, R.A., Bradshaw, J.W.S., Waran, N.K. and Gunn-Moore, D.A. (2004) A study of environmental and behavioural factors that may be associated with feline idiopathic cystitis. Journal of Small Animal Practice 45, 144-147.
  5. Church, S.C., Bennett, A.T.D., Cuthill, I.C. and Partridge, J.C. (2004) Avian ultraviolet vision and its implications for insect protective coloration. Pp. 165-184 in H. van Emden & M. Rothschild (eds.) Insect and Bird Interactions. Intercept Ltd., Andover (Hants., UK).
  6. Dall, S.R.X., Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (2004) The behavioural ecology of personality: consistent individual differences from an adaptive perspective. Ecology Letters 7, 734-739.
  7. Denny, A.J., Franks, N.R. and Edwards, K.J. (2004) Eight highly polymorphic microsatellite markers for the army ant Eciton burchelii. Molecular Ecology Notes 4, 234-236.
  8. Dornhaus, A. and Chittka, L. (2004) Information flow and regulation of foraging activity in bumble bees (Bombus spp.). Apidologie 35, 183-192.
  9. Dornhaus, A. and Chittka, L. (2004) Why do honey bees dance? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55, 395-401.
  10. Dornhaus, A., Franks, N.R., Hawkins, R.M. and Shere, H.N.S. (2004) Ants move to improve: colonies of Leptothorax albipennis emigrate whenever they find a superior nest site. Animal Behaviour 67, 959-963.
  11. Franks, N.R., Britton, N.F., Sendova-Franks, A.B., Denny, A.J., Soans, E.L., Brown, A.P., Cole, R.E., Havardi, R.J., Griffiths, C.J. and Ellis, S.R. (2004) Centrifugal waste disposal and the optimization of ant nest craters. Animal Behaviour 67, 965-973.
  12. Freire, R., Cheng, H.W. and Nicol, C.J. (2004) Development of spatial memory in occlusion-experienced domestic chicks. Animal Behaviour 67, 141-150.
  13. Greenwood, V.J., Smith, E.L., Goldsmith, A.R., Cuthill, I.C., Crisp, L.H., Walter-Swan, M.B. and Bennett, A.T.D. (2004) Does the flicker frequency of fluorescent lighting affect the welfare of captive European starlings? Applied Animal Behaviour Science 86, 145-159.
  14. Harding, E.J., Paul, E.S. and Mendl, M. (2004) Animal behavior - Cognitive bias and affective state. Nature 427, 312-312.
  15. Hiby, E.F., Rooney, N.J. and Bradshaw, J.W.S. (2004) Dog training methods: their use, effectiveness and interaction with behaviour and welfare. Animal Welfare 13, 63-69.
  16. Küpper, C. Kis, J., Kosztolányi, A., Székely, T., Cuthill, I.C., Blomqvist, D. (2004) Genetic mating systems and timing of extra-pair fertilizations in the Kentish plover. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 57, 32-39.
  17. Lendvai, A.Z., Kis, J., Szekely, T. and Cuthill, I.C. (2004) An investigation of mate choice based on manipulation of multiple ornaments in Kentish plovers. Animal Behaviour 67, 703-709.
  18. McNamara, J.M., Barta, Z. and Houston, A.I. (2004) Variation in behaviour promotes cooperation in the Prisoner's Dilemma game. Nature 428, 745-748.
  19. McNamara, J.M., Ekman, J. and Houston, A.I. (2004) The effect of thermoregulatory substitution on optimal energy reserves of small birds in winter. Oikos 105, 192-196.
  20. McNamara, J.M. and Harding, K.C. (2004) Measurement error and estimates of population extinction risk. Ecology Letters 7, 16-20.
  21. McNamara, J.M., Welham, R.K., Houston, A.I., Daan, S. and Tinbergen, J.M. (2004) The effects of background mortality on optimal reproduction in a seasonal environment. Theoretical Population Biology 65, 361-372.
  22. Mendl, M. and Paul, E.S. (2004) Consciousness, emotion and animal welfare: insights from cognitive science. Animal Welfare 13, S17-S25.
  23. Nicol, C.J. (2004) Development, direction, and damage limitation: Social learning in domestic fowl. Learning & Behavior 32, 72-81.
  24. Rooney, N.J. and Bradshaw, J.W.S. (2004) Breed and sex differences in the behavioural attributes of specialist search dogs - a questionnaire survey of trainers and handlers. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 86, 123-135.
  25. Rooney, N.J., Bradshaw, J.W.S. and Almey, H. (2004) Attributes of specialist search dogs - A questionnaire survey of UK dog handlers and trainers. Journal of Forensic Sciences 49, 300-306.
  26. Sherwin, C.M. (2004) The influences of standard laboratory cages on rodents and the validity of research data. Animal Welfare 13, S9-S15.
  27. Sherwin, C.M. (2004) Mirrors as potential environmental enrichment for individually housed laboratory mice. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 87, 95-103.
  28. Sherwin, C.M. (2004) The motivation of group-housed laboratory mice, Mus musculus, for additional space. Animal Behaviour 67, 711-717.
  29. Sherwin, C.M. and Olsson, I.A.S. (2004) Housing conditions affect self-administration of anxiolytic by laboratory mice. Animal Welfare 13, 33-38.
  30. Skubic, E., Taborsky, M., McNamara, J.M. and Houston, A.I. (2004) When to parasitize? A dynamic optimization model of reproductive strategies in a cooperative breeder. Journal of Theoretical Biology 227, 487-501.
  31. Spencer, K.A., Buchanan, K.L., Goldsmith, A.R. and Catchpole, C.K. (2004) Developmental stress, social rank and song complexity in the European starling (Stumus vulgaris). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 271, S121-S123.
  32. Stevens, M., Cuthill, I.C., Sheppard, J., Maddocks, T., Troscianko, T., & Párraga, C. A. (2004) Disruptive colouration and background pattern matching. Perception 33, 35-36.
  33. Szekely, T., Cuthill, I.C., Yezerinac, S., Griffiths, R. and Kis, J. (2004) Brood sex ratio in the Kentish plover. Behavioral Ecology 15, 58-62.
  34. Thomas, R.J., Bartlett, L.A., Marples, N.M., Kelly, D.J. and Cuthill, I.C. (2004) Prey selection by wild birds can allow novel and conspicuous colour morphs to spread in prey populations. Oikos 106, 285-294.
  35. Viney, M.E. and Franks, N.R. (2004) Is dauer pheromone of Caenorhabditis elegans really a pheromone? Naturwissenschaften 91, 123-124.
  36. White, E.M., Goncalves, D.M., Partridge, J.C. and Oliveira, R.F. (2004) Vision and visual variation in the peacock blenny. Journal of Fish Biology 65, 227-250.

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2003

  1. Albentosa, M.J., Glen, E., Leeb, C., Whittaker, X. and Nicol, C.J. (2003) An evaluation of response to novelty as a predictor of pecking tendency in laying hens. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 82, 313-328.
  2. Albentosa, M.J., Kjaer, J.B. and Nicol, C.J. (2003) Strain and age differences in behaviour, fear response and pecking tendency in laying hens. British Poultry Science 44, 333-344.
  3. Anderson, C. and Franks, N.R. (2003) Teamwork in animals, robots, and humans. In Advances in the Study of Behavior, Vol 33, vol. 33. Advances in the Study of Behavior, pp. 1-48.
  4. Blomqvist, D., Andersson, M., Kupper, C., Cuthill, I.C., Kis, J., Lanctot, R.B., Sandercock, B.K., Szekely, T., Wallander, J. and Kempenaers, B. (2003) Why do birds engage in extra-pair copulation? Reply. Nature 422, 833-834.
  5. Buchanan, K.L., Evans, M.R. and Goldsmith, A.R. (2003) Testosterone, dominance signalling and immunosuppression in the house sparrow, Passer domesticus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55, 50-59.
  6. Buchanan, K.L., Spencer, K.A., Goldsmith, A.R. and Catchpole, C.K. (2003) Song as an honest signal of past developmental stress in the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270, 1149-1156.
  7. Burman, O.H.P. and Mendl, M. (2003) The influence of preexperimental experience on social discrimination in rats (Rattus norvegicus). Journal of Comparative Psychology 117, 344-349.
  8. Couzin, I.D. and Franks, N.R. (2003) Self-organized lane formation and optimized traffic flow in army ants. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270, 139-146.
  9. Franks, N.R. and Dornhaus, A. (2003) How might individual honeybees measure massive volumes? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270, S181-S182.
  10. Franks, N.R., Dornhaus, A., Fitzsimmons, J.P. and Stevens, M. (2003) Speed versus accuracy in collective decision making. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270, 2457-2463.
  11. Franks, N.R., Mallon, E.B., Bray, H.E., Hamilton, M.J. and Mischler, T.C. (2003) Strategies for choosing between alternatives with different attributes: exemplified by house-hunting ants. Animal Behaviour 65, 215-223.
  12. Freire, R., Wilkins, L.J., Short, F. and Nicol, C.J. (2003) Behaviour and welfare of individual laying hens in a non-cage system. British Poultry Science 44, 22-29.
  13. Greenwood, V.J., Smith, E.L., Church, S.C. and Partridge, J.C. (2003) Behavioural investigation of polarisation sensitivity in the Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) and the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 3201-+.
  14. Harding, K. and McNamara, J.M. (2003) A unifying framework for metapopulation dynamics (vol 160, pg 173, 2002). American Naturalist 161, 168-168.
  15. Houston, A.I., McNamara, J.M. and Hernandez, M.L. (2003) How does an individual's optimal behaviour depend on its quality? An analysis based on relative ability. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5, 195-212.
  16. Houston, A.I., McNamara, J.M., Heron, J.E. and Barta, Z. (2003) The effect of foraging parameters on the probability that a dive is successful. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270, 2451-2455.
  17. Hunt, S., Kilner, R.M., Langmore, N.E. and Bennett, A.T.D. (2003) Conspicuous, ultraviolet-rich mouth colours in begging chicks. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270, S25-S28.
  18. Kosztolanyi, A., Szekely, T. and Cuthill, I.C. (2003) Why do both parents incubate in the Kentish plover? Ethology 109, 645-658.
  19. Marshall, J.A.R., Kovacs, T., Dornhaus, A.R. and Franks, N.R. (2003) Simulating the evolution of ant behaviour in evaluating nest sites. In Advances in Artificial Life, Proceedings, vol. 2801. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pp. 643-650.
  20. McNamara, J.M., Houston, A.I., Barta, Z. and Osorno, J.L. (2003) Should young ever be better off with one parent than with two? Behavioral Ecology 14, 301-310.
  21. McNamara, J.M., Houston, A.I., dos Santos, M.M., Kokko, H. and Brooks, R. (2003) Quantifying male attractiveness. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270, 1925-1932.
  22. Moinard, C., Mendl, M., Nicol, C.J. and Green, L.E. (2003) A case control study of on-farm risk factors for tail biting in pigs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 81, 333-355.
  23. Nicol, C.J., Potzsch, C., Lewis, K. and Green, L.E. (2003) Matched concurrent case-control study of risk factors for feather pecking in hens on free-range commercial farms in the UK. British Poultry Science 44, 515-523.
  24. Olsson, I.A.S., Nevison, C.M., Patterson-Kane, E.G., Sherwin, C.M., Van de Weerd, H.A. and Wurbel, H. (2003) Understanding behaviour: the relevance of ethological approaches in laboratory animal science. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 81, 245-264.
  25. Pearn, S.M., Bennett, A.T.D. and Cuthill, I.C. (2003) The role of ultraviolet-A reflectance and ultraviolet-A induced fluorescence in the appearance of budgerigar plumage: insights from spectrofluorometry and reflectance spectrophotometry. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270, 859-865.
  26. Pearn, S.M., Bennett, A.T.D. and Cuthill, I.C. (2003) The role of ultraviolet-A reflectance and ultraviolet-A-induced fluorescence in budgerigar mate choice. Ethology 109, 961-970.
  27. Sherwin, C.M. (2003) Social context affects the motivation of laboratory mice, Mus musculus, to gain access to resources. Animal Behaviour 66, 649-655.
  28. Sherwin, C.M., Christiansen, S.B., Duncan, I.J., Erhard, H.W., Lay, D.C., Mench, J.A., O'Connor, C.E. and Petherick, J.C. (2003) Guidelines for the ethical use of animals in applied ethology studies. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 81, 291-305.
  29. Sherwin, C.M. and Glen, E.F. (2003) Cage colour preferences and effects of home cage colour on anxiety in laboratory mice. Animal Behaviour 66, 1085-1092.
  30. Spencer, K.A., Buchanan, K.L., Goldsmith, A.R. and Catchpole, C.K. (2003) Song as an honest signal of developmental stress in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). Hormones and Behavior 44, 132-139.
  31. Thomas, R.J., Cuthill, I.C., Goldsmith, A.R., Cosgrove, D.F., Lidgate, H.C. and Proctor, S.L.B. (2003) The trade-off between singing and mass gain in a daytime- singing bird, the European robin. Behaviour 140, 387-404.
  32. Thomas, R.J., Marples, N.M., Cuthill, I.C., Takahashi, M. and Gibson, E.A. (2003) Dietary conservatism may facilitate the initial evolution of aposematism. Oikos 101, 458-466.
  33. Welton, N.J., McNamara, J.M. and Houston, A.I. (2003) Assessing predation risk: optimal behaviour and rules of thumb. Theoretical Population Biology 64, 417-430.
  34. Zimmerman, P.H., Pope, S.J., Guilford, T. and Nicol, C.J. (2003) Navigational ability in the domestic fowl (Gallus gallus domesticus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 80, 327-336.

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2002

  1. Appleby, M.C., Walker, A.W., Nicol, C.J., Lindberg, A.C., Freire, R., Hughes, B.O. and Elson, H.A. (2002) Development of furnished cages for laying hens. British Poultry Science 43, 489-500.
  2. Barta, Z.N., Houston, A.I., McNamara, J.M. and Szekely, T. (2002) Sexual conflict about parental care: The role of reserves. American Naturalist 159, 687-705.
  3. Blomqvist, D., Andersson, M., Küpper, C., Cuthill, I.C., Kis, J., Lanctot, R.B., Sandercock, B.K., Székely, T., Wallander, J. & Kempenaers, B. (2002) Genetic similarity between mates explains extra-pair parentage in three species of waders. Nature 419, 613 - 615.
  4. Britton, N.F., Franks, N.R., Pratt, S.C. and Seeley, T.D. (2002) Deciding on a new home: how do honeybees agree? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 269, 1383-1388.
  5. Burman, O.H.P. and Mendl, M. (2002) Recognition of conspecific odors by laboratory rats (Rattus norvegicus) does not show context specificity. Journal of Comparative Psychology 116, 247-252.
  6. Collins, E.J., Houston, A.I. and Lang, A. (2002) The ideal free distribution: an analysis of the perceptual limit model. Evolutionary Ecology Research 4, 471-493.
  7. Couzin, I.D., Krause, J., James, R., Ruxton, G.D. and Franks, N.R. (2002) Collective memory and spatial sorting in animal groups. Journal of Theoretical Biology 218, 1-11.
  8. Fawcett, T.W., Skinner, A.M.J. and Goldsmith, A.R. (2002) A test of imitative learning in starlings using a two-action method with an enhanced ghost control. Animal Behaviour 64, 547-556.
  9. Franks, N.R., Pratt, S.C., Mallon, E.B., Britton, N.F. and Sumpter, D.J.T. (2002) Information flow, opinion polling and collective intelligence in house-hunting social insects. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 357, 1567-1583.
  10. Greenwood, V. J., Smith, E.L., Cuthill, I.C., Bennett, A.T.D., Goldsmith, A.R. and Griffiths, R. (2002) Do European starlings prefer light environments containing UV? Animal Behaviour 64, 923-928.
  11. Held, S., Mendl, M., Devereux, C. and Byrne, R.W. (2001) Behaviour of domestic pigs in a visual perspective taking task. Behaviour 138, 1337-1354.
  12. Held, S., Mendl, M., Devereux, C. and Byrne, R.W. (2002) Foraging pigs alter their behaviour in response to exploitation. Animal Behaviour 64, 157-165.
  13. Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (2002) A self-consistent approach to paternity and parental effort. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B 357, 351-362.
  14. Kokko, H., Brooks, R., McNamara, J.M. and Houston, A.I. (2002) The sexual selection continuum. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 269, 1331-1340.
  15. Liker, A. and Barta, Z. (2002) The effects of dominance on social foraging tactic use in house sparrows. Behaviour 139, 1061-1076.
  16. Maddocks, S.A., Bennett, A.T.D. and Cuthill, I.C. (2002) Rapid behavioural adjustments to unfavourable light conditions in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Animal Welfare 11, 95-101.
  17. Maddocks, S.A., Bennett, A.T.D., Hunt, S. and Cuthill, I.C. (2002) Context-dependent preferences in starlings and blue tits: mate choice and light environment. Animal Behaviour 63, 69-75.
  18. Maddocks, S.A., Goldsmith, A.R. and Cuthill, I.C. (2002) Behavioural and physiological effects of absence of ultraviolet wavelengths on European starlings Sturnus vulgaris. Journal of Avian Biology 33, 103-106.
  19. McLeman, M.A., Pratt, S.C. and Franks, N.R. (2002) Navigation using visual landmarks by the ant Leptothorax albipennis. Insectes Sociaux 49, 203-208.
  20. Mendl, M., Randle, K. and Pope, S. (2002) Young female pigs can discriminate individual differences in odours from conspecific urine. Animal Behaviour 64, 97-101.
  21. Montague, T.L. and Bennett, A.T.D. (2002) O no: opossums are not at risk in Tasmania. Nature 417, 485-485.
  22. Nicol, C.J. (2002) Equine learning: progress and suggestions for future research. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 78, 193-208.
  23. Planque, R., Britton, N.F., Franks, N.R. and Peletier, M.A. (2002) The adaptiveness of defence strategies against Cuckoo parasitism. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 64, 1045-1068.
  24. Pratt, S.C., Brooks, S.E. and Franks, N.R. (2001) The use of edges in visual navigation by the ant Leptothorax albipennis. Ethology 107, 1125-1136.
  25. Pratt, S.C., Mallon, E.B., Sumpter, D.J.T. and Franks, N.R. (2002) Quorum sensing, recruitment, and collective decision-making during colony emigration by the ant Leptothorax albipennis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52, 117-127.
  26. Sendova-Franks, A.B., Franks, N.R. and Britton, N.F. (2002) The role of competition in task switching during colony emigration in the ant Leptothorax albipennis. Animal Behaviour 63, 715-725.
  27. Sherwin, C.M., Heyes, C.M. and Nicol, C.J. (2002) Social learning influences the preferences of domestic hens for novel food. Animal Behaviour 63, 933-942.
  28. Smith, E.L., Greenwood, V.J. and Bennett, A.T.D. (2002) Ultraviolet colour perception in European starlings and Japanese quail. Journal of Experimental Biology 205, 3299-3306.
  29. Smith, E.J., Partridge, J.C., Parsons, K.N., White, E.M., Cuthill, I.C., Bennett, A.T.D. and Church, S.C. (2002) Ultraviolet vision and mate choice in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Behavioral Ecology 13, 11-19.
  30. Spencer, K.A. and Bryant, D.M. (2002) State-dependent behaviour in breeding barn swallows (Hirundo rustica): consequences for reproductive effort. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 269, 403-410.
  31. Thomas, R.J. (2002) Seasonal changes in the nocturnal singing routines of Common Nightingales Luscinia megarhynchos. Ibis 144 (on-line), E105-E112.
  32. Thomas, R.J. (2002) The costs of singing in nightingales. Animal Behaviour 63, 959-966.
  33. Thomas, R.J. and Cuthill, I.C. (2002) Body mass regulation and the daily singing routines of European robins. Animal Behaviour 63, 285-292.
  34. Thomas, R.J., Székely, T., Cuthill, I.C., Harper, D.G.C., Newson, S.E., Frayling, T. and Wallis, P. (2002) Eye size in birds and the timing of song at dawn. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 269, 831-837.
  35. Waters, A.J., Nicol, C.J. & French, N.P. (2002) Factors influencing the development of stereotypic and redirected behaviours in young horses: the findings of a four-year prospective study. Equine Veterinary Journal 34: 572-579.
  36. Webb, J.N., Szekely, T., Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (2002) A theoretical analysis of the energetic costs and consequences of parental care decisions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B 357, 331-340.
  37. Welton, N.J., Houston, A.I., Ekman, J. and McNamara, J.M. (2002) A dynamic model of hypothermia as an adaptive response by small birds to winter conditions. Acta Biotheoretica 50, 39-56.
  38. Wilson, M.L., Britton, N.F. and Franks, N.R. (2002) Chimpanzees and the mathematics of battle. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 269, 1107-1112.

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2001

  1. Abeyesinghe, S., Wathes, C.M., Nicol, C.J. and Randall, J.M. (2001) The aversion of broiler chickens to concurrent vibrational and thermal stressors. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 73: 199-216
  2. Abeyesinghe, S.M., Nicol, C.J., Wathes, C.M. and Randall, J.M. (2001) Development of a raceway method to assess aversion of domestic fowl to concurrent stressors. Behavioural Processes 56, 175-194.
  3. Anderson C. and Franks N.R. (2001) Teams in animal societies. Behavioral Ecology 12, 534-540.
  4. Anderson, C., Franks, N.R. and McShea, D.W. (2001) The complexity and hierarchical structure of tasks in insect societies. Animal Behaviour 62, 643-651.
  5. Anonymous (2001). Scientist's assessment of the impact of housing and management on animal welfare. J. Applied Animal Welfare Science 4: 3-52
  6. Bolton, M. and Thomas, R.J. (2001) Moult and ageing of British Storm Petrels Hydrobates pelagicus. Ringing & Migration 20, 193-201.
  7. Boswell G., Franks, N.R and Britton, N. F (2001) Arms races and the evolution of big fierce societies. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 268, 1723-1730.
  8. Britton, N. F., Boswell G., and Franks, N.R. (2001) Dispersal and conservation in fragmented landscapes, In: Insect Movement: Mechanisms and Consequences (Eds. I. Woiwood, C. Thomas and D. Reynolds) Proceedings of the 20th Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society. CAB International.
  9. Buchanan, K.L., Evans, M.R., Goldsmith, A.R., Bryant, D.M. and Rowe, L.V. (2001) Testosterone influences basal metabolic rate in male house sparrows: a new cost of dominance signalling? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 268, 1337-1344.
  10. Camazine,S., Deneubourg, J.-L., Franks N.R, Sneyd, J. Theraulaz G. and E Bonabeau (2001) Self-Organization in Biological Systems. Princeton University Press (pp VIII + 538).
  11. Cherry, M.I. and Bennett, A.T.D. (2001) Egg colour matching in an African cuckoo, as revealed by ultraviolet-visible reflectance spectrophotometry. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 268, 565-572.
  12. Church, S.C., Merrison, A.S.L. & Chamberlain, T.M.M. (2001) Avian ultraviolet vision and frequency-dependent seed preferences. Journal of Experimental Biology 204, 2491-2498.
  13. Collins E.J. (2001) Introduction to stochastic networks. Journal of the Operational Research Society 52, 365-366.
  14. Franks, N.R. (2001) Evolution of mass transit systems in ants: a tale of two societies. In: Insect Movement: Mechanisms and Consequences (Eds. I. Woiwod, C. Thomas and D. Reynolds) Proceedings of the 20th Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society. CAB International pp. 281-298.
  15. Franks, N.R., Sendova-Franks, A.B. and Anderson, C. (2001) Division of labour within teams of New World and Old World army ants. Animal Behaviour 62, 635-642.
  16. Hawkins, P., Morton, D.B., Cameron, D., Cuthill, I., Francis, R., Freire, R., Gosler, A., Healy, S., Hudson, A., Inglis, I., Jones, A., Kirkwood, J., Lawton, M., Monaghan, P., Sherwin, C., Townsend, P. 2001. Laboratory birds: refinements in husbandry and procedures. Fifth report of BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW joint working group on refinement. Laboratory Animals 35, S1-163.
  17. Held, S., Mendl, M., Devereux, C. and Byrne, R.W. (2001) Behaviour of domestic pigs in a visual perspective taking task. Behaviour 138, 1337-1354.
  18. Held, S., Mendl, M., Devereux, C. & Byrne, R. (2001). Studies in social cognition: from primates to pigs. Animal Welfare 10, S209-S217.
  19. Henderson, J.V., Lines, J.A., Wathes, C.M., White, R.P., Nicol, C.J. (2001) Behaviour of domestic ducks exposed to mobile predator stimuli II - the association of individual duckling attributes with relative position in the flock. Br. Poult. Sci. 42: 439-448.
  20. Henderson, J.V., Nicol, C.J., Lines, J.A., White, R.P., & Wathes, C.M. (2001) Behaviour of domestic ducks exposed to mobile predator stimuli I - flock responses. Br. Poult. Sci. 42: 433-438.
  21. Hunt S., Cuthill I.C., Bennett A.T.D., Church S.C. and Partridge J.C. (2001) Is the UV waveband a special communication channel in avian mate choice? Journal of Experimental Biology 204, 2499-2507.
  22. Karubian J., Swaddle J.P. (2001) Selection on females can create 'larger males'. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 268, 725-728.
  23. Maddocks, S.A., Church, S.C. and Cuthill, I.C. (2001) The effects of the light environment on prey choice by zebra finches. Journal of Experimental Biology 204, 2509-2515.
  24. Maddocks, S.A., Cuthill, I.C. and Goldsmith, A.R. (2001) Behavioural and physiological effects of absence of ultraviolet wavelengths for domestic chicks. Animal Behaviour 62, 1013-1019.
  25. Maddocks, S.A., Goldsmith, A.R. and Cuthill, I.C. (2001) The influence of flicker rate on plasma corticosterone levels of European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris. General and Comparative Endocrinology 124, 315-320.
  26. Mallon E.B. Pratt S.C. and N.R. Franks (2001) Individual and collective decision-making during nest site selection by the ant Leptothorax albipennis Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 50, 352-359.
  27. McGreevy, P.D., Webster, A.J.F. and Nicol, C.J. (2001) Study of the behaviour, digestive efficiency and gut transit times of crib-biting horses. Vet. Rec. 148: 592-596.
  28. McNamara J.M., Houston A. I. and Collins, E. J. (2001) Optimality models in behavioural biology. SIAM Review 43, 413-466.
  29. McNamara, J.M. (2001) The effect of adaptive behaviour on the stability of population dynamics. Annales Zoologici Fenici 38, 25-36.
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  33. Mendl, M., Young, S. & Lawrence, A.B. (2001). A note of the effects of familiarity and handling quality on behaviour during encounters between pigs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 71, 81-86.
  34. Moinard, C., P. D. Lewis, G. C. Perry, and C. M. Sherwin. (2001) The effects of light intensity and light source on injuries due to pecking of male domestic turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo). Animal Welfare 10, 131-139.
  35. Nicol, C.J., Lindberg, A.C., Phillips, A.J., Pope, S.J., Wilkins, L.J. and Green, L.E. (2001) Influence of substrate exposure during rearing on feather pecking, foraging and dustbathing in adult laying hens. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 73: 141-156
  36. Park, K. J., K. L. Buchanan, and M. R. Evans. (2001) Sexy streamers? The role of natural and sexual selection in the evolution of hirundine tail streamers. Evolution 55, 445-446.
  37. Pearn, S.M., Bennett, A.T.D. and Cuthill, I.C. (2001) Ultraviolet vision, fluorescence and mate-choice in a parrot, the budgerigar Melopsittacus undulatus. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 268, 2273 - 2279.
  38. Poetzsch, C.J., Lewis, K., Nicol, C.J. & Green, L.E. (2001) A cross-sectional study of the prevalence of vent-pecking in laying hens in alternative systems and its associations with feather pecking, management and disease. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 74: 259-272
  39. Rands, S.A. and Cuthill. (2001) Separating the effects of predation risk and interrupted foraging upon mass changes in the blue tit, Parus caeruleus. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 268, 1-8.
  40. Rowe, L. V., M. R. Evans, and K. L. Buchanan. (2001) The function and evolution of the tail streamer in hirundines. Behavioral Ecology 12: 157-163.
  41. Sherwin, C.M., Heyes, C.M. & Nicol, C.J. (2001) Domestic hens use social learning to develop preferences for palatable foods but aversions for unpalatable foods. Anim. Behav.
  42. Warburton, H. J.& Nicol, C.J. (2001) The relationship between behavioural priorities and animal welfare: a test using laboratory mice. Acta Agriculturae Scandanavica.Suppl 30: 124-130.
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2000

  1. Airey, D.C., Buchanan, K.L., Szekely, T., Catchpole, C. K. and DeVoogd, T.J. (2000) Song, sexual selection and a song control nucleus (HVc) in the brains of European sedge warblers. Journal of Neurobiology 44: 1-6.
  2. Backen SJ, Sendova-Franks AB, Franks NR (2000) Testing the limits of social resilience in ant colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 48, 125-131.
  3. Bentley, G.E., Dawson, A. and Goldsmith, A.R. (2000) Lack of gonadotrophin-releasing hormone (GnRH) neuron response to decreasing photoperiod in thyroidectomised male starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Journal of Experimental Zoology287, 74-79.
  4. Blanchard, G.B., Orledge, G.M., Reynolds S.E. and Franks N.R. (2000) The division of labour and seasonality in the ant Leptothorax albipennis: worker corpulence and its influence on behaviour. Animal Behaviour 59, 723-738.
  5. Buchanan, K.L. (2000) Stress and the evolution of condition-dependent signals. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15, 156-160.
  6. Buchanan, K.L. (2000) Immunosuppression under stress: necessary for condition- dependent signalling? Reply. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 15, 419-419.
  7. Buchanan, K.L. and Catchpole, C.K. (2000) Song as an indicator of parental quality in the sedge warbler Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 267, 321-326.
  8. Buchanan, K.L. and Evans, M.R. (2000) The effect of tail length on aerodynamic performance in the barn swallow. Behavioral Ecology 11, 228-238.
  9. Buchanan, K.L. and Catchpole, C.K. (2000) Extra-pair paternity in the socially monogamous Sedge Warbler (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus) as revealed by multilocus DNA fingerprinting. Ibis 142, 12-20.
  10. Burman, O. H. P. and Mendl, M. (2000) Short-term social memory in the laboratory rat: its susceptibility to disturbance. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 67, 241-254.
  11. Cuthill, I. C., Hart, N.S., Partridge, J.C., Bennett, A.T.D., Hunt, S. and Church, S.C. (2000) Avian colour vision and avian video playback experiments. Acta Ethologica 3, 29-37.
  12. Cuthill, I.C. and Houston, A.I. (2000) Mating systems and fluctuating asymmetry: firm foundations? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23, 600.
  13. Cuthill, I.C., Maddocks, S.A., Weall, C.V. and Jones, E.K.M. (2000) Body mass regulation in response to changes in feeding predictability and overnight energetic expenditure. Behavioral Ecology 11, 189-195.
  14. Cuthill, I.C., Partridge, J.C. and Bennett, A.T.D. (2000) Ultraviolet vision and sexual selection in birds. Pp. 87-106 in Y. Espmark (ed). DKNVS Foundation Series of Proceedings from the International Kongsvoll Symposiums. Tapir, Trondheim, Norway.
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  16. Evans, M.R. and Goldsmith, A.R. (2000) Male wrens with large testes breed early. Animal Behaviour 60, 101-105.
  17. Evans, M.R., Goldsmith, A.R. and Norris, S.R.A. (2000) The effects of testosterone on antibody production and plumage coloration in male house sparrows (Passer domesticus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 47, 156-163.
  18. Forsyth, R.F., Hutchinson, J.M.C. & Reise, H. (2000) The waxy glass-snail, Aegopinella nitidula (Draparnaud, 1805) (Gastropoda: Zonitidae) in British Columbia: another exotic species confirmed for North America. American Malacological Bulletin, in press.
  19. Franks, N.R. and Sendova-Franks, A.B. (2000) Queen transport during ant colony emigration: a group-level adaptive behaviour. Behavioral Ecology 11: 315-318
  20. Franks, N.R. and Britton, N.F. (2000) The possible role of reaction-diffusion in leaf shape. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 267, 1295-1300.
  21. Green, L.E., Lewis, K., Kimpton, A. & Nicol, C.J. (2000) A cross-sectional study of the prevalence of feather-pecking in laying hens and its associations with management and disease. Veterinary Record 147: 233-238.
  22. Hart, N.S., Partridge, J.C., Cuthill, I.C. (2000) Retinal asymmetry in birds. Current Biology 10, 115-117.
  23. Hart, N.S., Partridge, J.C., Bennett A.T.D. and Cuthill, I.C. (2000) Visual pigments, cone oil droplets and ocular media in four species of estrildid finch. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 186, 375-387.
  24. Hart, N., Partridge, J.C., Cuthill, I.C. and Bennett, A.T.D. (2000) Visual pigments, oil droplets, ocular media and cone photoreceptor distribution in two species of passerine: the blue tit (Parus caeruleus L.) and the blackbird (Turdus merula L.). Journal of Comparative Physiology A 186, 375-387.
  25. Haskell, M.J., Mendl, M.T., Lawrence, A.B. & Austin, E. (2000). The effect of delayed feeding on the post-feeding behaviour of sows. Behavioural Processes, 49, 85-97.
  26. Held, S., Mendl, M., Devereux, C. & Byrne, R.W. (2000). Social tactics of pigs in a competitive foraging task: the ‘informed forager’ paradigm. Animal Behaviour 59, 569-576.
  27. Henderson, J.V., Wathes, C.M., Nicol, C.J., White, R.P. & Lines, J.A. (2000) Threat assessment by domestic ducklings using visual signals: implications for animal-machine interactions. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 69: 241-253
  28. Houston, A.I. (2000) Prey size of single-prey loaders as an indicator of prey abundance. Ecology Letters 3, 5-6.
  29. Houston, A.I. (2000) Non-monotonic dive to surface ratios: Comments on Walton et al. (1988). Animal Behaviour 59, F13-F15.
  30. Houston, A.I. (2000) The strength of selection in the context of migration speed. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 267, 2393-2395.
  31. Houston A.I. (2000) Decision rules in behavioural ecology. Behavioral & Brain Sciences 23, 754-5
  32. Houston A.I. & McNamara J.M. (2000) Adaptive accounts of physiology and emotion. Behavioral & Brain Sciences 23, 201-2.
  33. Hutchinson, J.M.C. (2000) Three into two doesn't go; bird eggs, snail shells, and plant roots. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 70, 161-187.
  34. Hutchinson, J.M.C. (2000). More on the meanderings of mangabeys; how to test whether bounded walks are random. Functional Ecology 14, 267-271.
  35. Hutchinson, J.M.C. and McNamara, J.M. (2000). Ways to test stochastic dynamic programming models empirically. Animal Behaviour 59, 665-676.
  36. Laughlin, K. & Mendl, M. (2000). Pigs shift too: foraging strategies and spatial memory in the domestic pig. Animal Behaviour 60, 403-410.
  37. Lewis, P. D., G. C. Perry, C. M. Sherwin, and C. Moinard. (2000) Effect of ultraviolet radiation on the performance of intact male turkeys. Poultry Science 79, 850-855.
  38. Lindholm, A.K. and Thomas, R.J. (2000) Differences between populations of reed warblers in defences against brood parasitism. Behaviour 137, 25-42.
  39. Mallon E. and Franks, N.R. (2000) Ants estimate area using Buffon’s needle. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 267, 765-770.
  40. Marchant, J.N., Rudd, A.R., Broom, D.M., Corning, S., Mendl, M. & Simmins, P.H. (2000). Timing and causes of piglet mortality in alternative and conventional farrowing systems. Veterinary Record 147, 209-214.
  41. McNamara, J.M. (2000) A classification of dynamic optimisation problems in fluctuating environments. Evolutionary Ecology Research 2, 457-471.
  42. McNamara, J. M. and Houston, A. I. (2000) An optimality approach to plasticity. In The Evolution of Phenotypic Plasticity, edited by P.H. van Tienderen and P.M.Brakefield. Oxford University Press, in press.
  43. McNamara, J.M., Szekely, T., Webb, J.N. and Houston, A.I. (2000) A dynamic game-theoretical model of parental care. Journal of Theoretical Biology 205, 605-623.
  44. Mendl, M. & Harcourt, R. (2000). Individuality in the domestic cat: origins, development and stability. pp. 47-64 in: The Domestic Cat: The Biology of its Behaviour. 2nd edn (Eds Turner, D.C. &  Bateson, P.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  45. Nicol, C.J. (2000) Equine Stereotypies. In: Small Animal Behavior, K. Houpt (Ed). Publisher, International Veterinary Information Services (www.ivis.org)
  46. Oliveira, R. F., G. G. Rosenthal, I. Schlupp, P. K. McGregor, I. C. Cuthill, J. A. Endler, L. J. Fleishman, J. Zeil, E. Barata, F. Burford, D. Gonçalves, M. Haley, J. Jakobsson, M. D. Jennions, K. E. Körner, L. Lindström, T. Peake, A. Pilastro, D. S. Pope, A. Roberts, C. Rowe, J. Smith, and Wass J.R. (2000) Considerations on the use of video playbacks as visual stimuli: the Lisbon workshop consensus. Acta Ethologica 3, 61-65.
  47. Park, K. J., M. R. Evans, and K. L. Buchanan. (2000) Assessing the aerodynamic effects of tail elongations in the house martin (Delichon urbica): implications for the initial selection pressures in hirundines. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 48: 364-372.
  48. Pettifor, R. A., Caldow, R. W. G., Rowcliffe, J. M., Goss-Custard, J. D., Black, J. M., Hodder, K. H., Houston, A.I., Lang, A., and Webb, J. (2000). Spatially explicit, individual-based behavioural models of the annual cycle of two migratory goose populations - model development, theoretical insights and applications. Journal of Applied Ecology 37, 103-135.
  49. Poiani, A., Goldsmith, A.R. & Evans, M.R. (2000). Ectoparasites of house sparrows (Passer domesticus): an experimental test of the immunocompetence handicap hypothesis and a new model. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 47, 230-242.
  50. Rands, S.A., Houston, A.I. & C.E.Gasson. (2000) Prey processing in central place foragers. Journal of Theoretical Biology 202, 161-174.
  51. Rayner, J. M. V. and Swaddle, J. P. (2000) Aerodynamics and behavior of take-off and molt in birds. In Biomechanics in Animal Behavior (P. Domenici and R. Blake, Eds.). BIOS.
  52. Reise, H., Hutchinson, J.M.C., Forsyth, R.F. and Forsyth, T. (2000). The ecology and spread of the terrestrial slug Boettgerilla pallens in Europe with reference to its recent discovery in North America. The Veliger 43, 313-318.
  53. Rizvi, S., Nicol, C.J. & Green, L.E. (2000) A descriptive survey of the range of injuries sustained and farmers’ attitudes to vulva biting in breeding sows in South West England. Animal Welfare 9, 273-280.
  54. Swaddle, J. P. (2000) Is fluctuating asymmetry a visual signal? Pp. 155-175 in Y. Espmark (ed). DKNVS Foundation Series of Proceedings from the International Kongsvoll Symposiums. Tapir, Trondheim.
  55. Swaddle, J.P., Karubian J. and Pruett-Jones S. (2000) A novel evolutionary pattern of reversed sexual dimorphism in fairy wrens: implications for sexual selection. Behavioral Ecology 11, 345-349.
  56. Swaddle, J.P. and Biewener, A.A. (2000) Exercise reduces flight muscle size in starlings. Nature 406, 585-586.
  57. Székely, T. and Cuthill, I.C. (2000) Trade-off between mating opportunities and parental care: brood desertion by female Kentish plovers. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 268, 1-6.
  58. Szekely, T., Webb, J.N. and Cuthill, I.C. (2000) Mating patterns, sexual selection and parental care: an integrative approach. Pp. 159-185 in M. Apollonio & M. Festa-Bianchet (eds) Vertebrate mating systems. World Scientific Publishing Co., London.
  59. Thomas, R.J. (2000). Strategic diel regulation of body mass in European robins. Animal Behaviour 59, 787-791.
  60. Weeks, C. and Nicol, C.J. (2000) Poultry Handling and Transport. In: T. Grandin (Ed) Livestock Handling and Transport, 2nd Edition,  pp. 363-384.
  61. Wemelsfelder, F., Haskell, M., Mendl, M.T., Calvert, S. & Lawrence, A.B. (2000). Diversity of behaviour during novel object tests is reduced in pigs housed in substrate-impoverished conditions Animal Behaviour 60, 385-394.
  62. Wemelsfeder, F., Hunter, E.A., Mendl, M.T. and Lawrence, A.B. (2000) The spontaneous qualitative assessment of behavioural expressions in pigs: first explorations of a novel methodology for integrative animal welfare measurement. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 67, 193-215.

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1999

  1. Buchanan, K.L., Catchpole, C.K., Lewis, J.W. and Lodge, A. (1999) Song as an indicator of parasitism in the sedge warbler. Animal Behaviour 57, 307-314.
  2. Burman, O.H.P. and Mendl, M. (1999) An investigation into the effects of environmental context on laboratory rat social recognition. Animal Behaviour 58, 629-634.
  3. Campbell, F. M., Heyes, C. M. and Goldsmith, A. R. (1999). Stimulus learning and response learning by observation in the European starling, in a two-object/two-action test. Animal Behaviour 58, 151-158.
  4. Cuthill, I.C., Partridge, J.C. and Bennett, A.T.D. (1999) Ultraviolet vision and its function in birds. In: N. Adams & R. Slotow (eds) Proceedings of the 22nd International Ornithology Congress; Durban, University of Natal.
  5. Cuthill, I.C., Bennett, A.T.D., Partridge, J.C. and Maier, E.J. (1999) Plumage reflectance and the objective assessment of avian sexual dichromatism. American Naturalist 153, 183-200.
  6. Dall, S.R.X. and Cuthill, I.C. Mutation rates: does complexity matter? (1999) Journal of Theoretical Biology198, 283-285.
  7. Dall, S.R.X., McNamara, J.M. and Cuthill, I.C. (1999) Interruptions and learning in a changing environment. Animal Behaviour 57, 233-241.
  8. Erhard, H.W. and Mendl, M. (1999). Tonic immobility and emergence time in pigs: more evidence for behavioural strategies. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 61, 227-237.
  9. Erhard, H.W., Mendl, M. and Christiansen, S.B. (1999) Individual differences in tonic immobility may reflect behavioural strategies. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 64, 31-46.
  10. Freire, R. Walker, A. and Nicol, C.J. (1999). The relationship between trough height, feather cover and behaviour of laying hens in modified cages. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 63, 55-64.
  11. Freire, R. and Nicol, C.J. (1999). Effect of experience of occlusion events on the strategy for locating a concealed imprinting object in the domestic chick. Animal Behaviour 58, 593-599.
  12. Gibbens, R.J., Whittle, P., Ansell, P., Bather, J., Collins, E.J., Gittins, J., Zervos, M., Bauerle, N., Birge, J.R., Frostig, E., Weiss, G., McDiarmid, C., Mohring, R.H., Uetz, M., Schulz, A.S., Owen, R.W., GregorioDominguez, M.M., Preater, J., Rieder, U., Stidham, S., Thomas, L. and Yao, D.D. (1999) The achievable region approach to the optimal control of stochastic systems - Discussion. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B, Statistical Methodology 61, 776-791.
  13. Hart, N. S., Partridge, J. C. and Cuthill, I. C. (1999) Visual pigments, come oil droplets, ocular media and predicted spectral sensitivity in the domestic turkey (Meleagris gallopavo). Vision Research 39, 3321-3328.
  14. Hernandez, M.L., Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (1999) Male rank and optimal lek size. Behavioral Ecology 10, 73-79.
  15. Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (1999)  Models of Adaptive Behaviour: an Approach Based on State. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  16. Hunt, S., Cuthill, I.C., Bennett, A.T.D. and Partridge, J.C. (1999) Preference for ultraviolet partners in the blue tit.  Animal Behaviour 58, 809-815.
  17. Hutchinson, J.M.C. (1999) Bet-hedging when targets may disappear: optimal mate-seeking or prey-catching trajectories and the stability of leks and herds. Journal of Theoretical Biology 196, 33-49.
  18. Lang, A. Houston, A. I. Black, J. M. Pettifor, R. A. and Prop, J. (1998) From individual feeding performance to predicting population dynamics in barnacle geese: the spring staging model. Norsk Polarinstitutt Skrifter 200, 203-211.
  19. Langmore, N.E. and Bennett, A.T.D. (1999) Strategic concealment of sexual identity in an estrildid finch. . Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 266, 543-550.
  20. Laughlin, K., Huck, M. and Mendl, M. (1999). Disturbance effects of environmental stimuli on pig spatial memory. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 64, 169-180.
  21. Liker, A. and Szekely, T. (1999) Parental behaviour in the Lapwing Vanellus vanellus. Ibis 141, 608-614.
  22. Lindberg, A.C., Kelland, A. and Nicol, C.J. (1999) Effects of observational learning on the acquisition of an operant response in horses. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 61, 187-200.
  23. McGrady, M.J., Potapov, E. and Utekhina, I. (1999) Brown bear (Ursus arctos) feeds on Steller's Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus pelagicus) nestling. Journal of Raptor Research 33, 342-343.
  24. McNamara, J.M., Forslund, P. and Lang, A. (1999) An ESS model for divorce strategies in birds. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London, Series B 354, 223-236.
  25. McNamara, J.M., Gasson, C.E. and Houston, A.I. (1999) Incorporating rules for responding into evolutionary games. Nature 401 368-371.
  26. Mendl, M. (1999). Performing under pressure: stress and cognitive function. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 65, 221-244.
  27. Mendl, M. and Harcourt, R. (1999). Individuality in the domestic cat: origins, development and stability. In: The Domestic Cat: The Biology of its Behaviour. 2nd edn (EdsTurner, D.C. & Bateson, P.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  28. Moinard, C. and Sherwin, C.M. (1999) Turkeys prefer fluorescent light with supplementary ultraviolet radiation. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 64, 261-267.
  29. Morgan, C.A., Nielsen, B.L., Lawrence, A.B. and Mendl, M.T. (1999). Describing the social environment and its effects. pp. 99-125. In: Quantitative Biology of the Pig (Ed Kyriazakis, I). Wallingford: CAB International.
  30. Nicol, C.J. (1999) Understanding equine stereotypies. Equine Veterinary Journal Supplement, 28, 20-25.
  31. Nicol, C.J., Gregory, N.G., Knowles, T., Parkman, I and Wilkins, L (1999) Differential effects of increased stocking density, mediated by increased flock size, on feather pecking and aggression in laying hens. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 65, 137-152.
  32. Nicol, C.J. and Pope, S.J. (1999) The effects of demonstrator social status and prior foraging success on social learning in laying hens. Animal Behaviour 57,163-171.
  33. Rayner, J. M. V. and Swaddle, J. P. (1999) Aerodynamics and behavior of take-off and molt in birds. In P. Domenici and R. Blake (eds). Biomechanics in Animal Behavior. BIOS.
  34. Sherratt TN, Ruff SE and Church SC (1999) Kin discrimination and cannibalism in Neotropical mosquitoes. Journal of Insect Behaviour 12, 123-132.
  35. Sherwin, C.M., Lewis, P.D. and Perry, G.C. (1999). The effects of environmental enrichment, fluorescent and intermittent lighting on injurious pecking amongst male turkey poults. British Poultry Science 40, 592-598.
  36. Sherwin, C.M. (1999). Domestic turkeys are not averse to compact fluorescent lighting. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 64, 47-55.
  37. Sherwin, C.M. (1999) A merry-go-round for hamsters. Recherche 321, 74-77.
  38. Sherwin, C.M., Lewis, P.D. and Perry, G.C. (1999) The effects of environmental enrichment and intermittent lighting on the behaviour and welfare of male domestic turkeys. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 62, 319-333.
  39. Sherwin, C.M. and Devereux, C.L. (1999) A preliminary investigation of ultraviolet-visible markings on domestic turkey chicks and a possible role in injurious pecking. British Poultry Science 40, 429-433.
  40. Sneddon, L. U. and Swaddle, J. P. (1999) Asymmetry and fighting performance in the shore crab, Carcinus maenas. Animal Behaviour 58, 431-435.
  41. Swaddle, J. P. (1999) Limits to length asymmetry detection: implications for biological signalling. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 266, 1299-1303.
  42. Swaddle, J. P. (1999) Visual signalling by asymmetry: a review of perceptual processes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 354, 1383-1393.
  43. Swaddle, J. P., Williams, E. V and Rayner, J. M. V. (1999) The effect of simulated flight feather moult on escape take-off performance in starlings. Journal of Avian Biology 30, 351-358.
  44. Székely, T., Cuthill, I.C. and Kis, J. (1999) Brood desertion in Kentish plover: sex differences in remating opportunities. Behavioral Ecology 10, 185-190.
  45. Székely, T. and Cuthill, I.C. (1999) Brood desertion in Kentish plover: the value of parental care. Behavioral Ecology 10, 191-197.
  46. Thomas, R.J. (1999) Two tests of a stochastic dynamic programming model of daily singing routines in birds. Animal Behaviour 57, 277-284.
  47. Thomas, R.J. (1999) The effect of variability in the food supply on the daily singing routines of European robins: a test of a stochastic dynamic programming model. Animal Behaviour 57, 365-369.
  48. Webb, J.N., Houston, A.I., McNamara, J.M. and Szekely, T. (1999) Multiple patterns of parental care. Animal Behaviour 58, 983-993.
  49. Weber, T.P., Fransson, T. and Houston, A.I. (1999) Should I stay or should I go? Testing optimality models of stopover decisions in migrating birds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46, 280-286.
  50. Weber, T.P., Houston, A.I. and Ens, B.J. (1999) Consequences of habitat loss at migratory stopover sites: a theoretical investigation. Journal of Avian Biology 30, 416-426.
  51. Weeks, C. and Nicol, C.J. (1999) Poultry Handling and Transport. In: T. Grandin (Ed) Livestock Handling and Transport, 2nd Edition.

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1998

  1. Church, S.C., Bennett, A.T.D., Cuthill, I.C., Hunt, S., Hart, N.S. and Partridge, J.C. (1998) Does lepidopteran larval crypsis extend into the ultraviolet? Naturwissenchaften 85, 189-192.
  2. Church SC, Bennett ATD, Cuthill IC and Partridge JC (1998) Ultraviolet cues affect the foraging behaviour of blue tits. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 265, 1509-1514.
  3. Collins, E.J. and McNamara, J.M. (1998) Finite-horizon dynamic optimisation when the terminal reward is a concave function of the distribution of the final state. Advances in Applied Probability 30, 122-136.
  4. Dall S.R.X and Witter M.S. (1998) Feeding interruptions, diurnal mass change and daily routines of behaviour in the zebra finch. Animal Behaviour 55, 715-725.
  5. DeVoogd, T.J. and Szekely, T. (1998) Causes of avian song: Using neurobiology to integrate proximal and ultimate levels of analysis. In I. Pepperberg, A. Kamil and R. Balda (eds). A synthetic approach to studying animal cognition, pp. 337-380.
  6. Freire, R. Appleby, M.C. and Hughes, B.O. (1998). Effects of social interaction on the pre-laying behaviour in hens. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 56, 47-57.
  7. Haccou, P. and McNamara, J.M. (1998) Effects of parental survival on clutch size decisions in fluctuating environments. Evolutionary Ecology 12, 459-475.
  8. Hart, N.S., Partridge, J.C. and Cuthill, I.C. (1998) Spectral absorptance and the retinal distribution of the visual pigments and oil droplets of the starling. Journal of Experimental Biology 201, 1433-1446.
  9. Houston, A.I. (1998) Models of optimal avian migration: state, time and predation. Journal of Avian Biology 29, 395-404.
  10. Houston, A. I. and Lang, A. (1988) The Ideal Free Distribution with unequal competitors: the effect of modelling methods. Animal Behaviour 56, 243-251.
  11. Houston, A.I. McNamara, J.M. and Moody, A. L. (1998) A critical analysis of the titration procedure introduced by Abrahams and Dill (1989). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 44, 143-146.
  12. Hunt, S., Bennett, A.T.D., Cuthill, I.C. and Griffths, R. (1998) Blue tits are ultraviolet tits. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 265, 451-455.
  13. Hutchinson, J.M.C. (1998) Factors influencing the surface fauna of inland blue holes on South Andros, Bahamas. Cave & Karst Science 25, 83-91.
  14. Jennings, M., Batchelor, G.R., Brain, P.F., Dick, A., Elliot, H., Francis, R.J., Hubrecht, R.C., Hurst, J.L., Morton, D.B., Peters, A.G., Raymond, R., Sales, G.D., Sherwin, C.M. and West, C. (1998) Refining rodent husbandry:the mouse. Report of the Rodent Refinement Working Party. Laboratory Animals 32: 233-259.
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  17. Lewis, P.D., Perry, G.C. and Sherwin, C.M (1998). Effect of photoperiod and light intensity on the performance of intact male turkeys. Animal Sciences 66: 759-767
  18. Lewis, P.D., Perry, G.C. and Sherwin, C.M (1998). Effect of intermittent light regimens on the performance of intact male turkeys. Animal Sciences 67: 627-636.
  19. Lockwood, R., Swaddle, J.P. and Rayner, J.M.V.R. (1998) Avian wingtip shape reconsidered: wingtip shape indices and adaptations to migration. Journal of Avian Biology 29, 273-292.
  20. McGreevy, P.D. and Nicol, C.J.(1998) The effect of short-term prevention on the subsequent rate of crib-biting in Thoroughbred horses. Equine Veterinary Journal 27, 30-35
  21. McGreevy, P.D. and Nicol, C.J. (1998) Prevention of crib-biting: a review. Equine Veterinary Journal 27,35-39
  22. McGreevy, P.D. and Nicol, C.J.(1998) Physiological and behavioural consequences associated with the prevention of crib-biting in horses. Physiology and Behaviour 65, 15-23
  23. McNamara, J.M. (1998) Phenotypic plasticity in fluctuating environments: consequences of the lack of individual optimisation. Behavioral Ecology 9, 642-648.
  24. McNamara, J. M. , Welham, R. K. and Houston, A. I. (1998) The timing of migration within the context of an annual routine. Journal of Avian Biology 29, 416-423.
  25. Mendl, M., Broom, D.M. and Zanella, A.J. (1998). Multiple mechanisms may affect birth sex ratio in domestic pigs. Animal Behaviour 55, 773-776.
  26. Moinard, C., Morisse, J.P. and Faure, J.M. (1998). Effect of cage area, cage height and perches on feather condition, bone breakage and mortality of laying hens. British Poultry Science 39, 198-202.
  27. Moinard, C. and Morisse, J.P. (1998). Etude de l'incidence de sept types de cages sur l'etat sanitaire, la physiologie, les performances zootechniques et le comportement de la poule pondeuse. Sciences et Techniques Avicoles 24, 20-32.
  28. Rizvi, S., Green, L.E. and Nicol, C.J. (1998) Risk factors for vulva biting in breeding sows in south west England. Veterinary Record 143, 654-658
  29. Sherwin, C.M. (1998). The use and perceived importance of three resources which provide caged laboratory mice the opportunity of extended locomotion. Appied Animal Behaviour Science 55:353-367
  30. Sherwin, C.M. and Nicol, C.J. (1998). A demanding task: using economic techniques to assess animal priorities: a reply to Mason et al. Animal Behaviour 55:1079-1081
  31. Sherwin, C.M. (1998). Voluntary wheel-running: a review and novel interpretation. Animal Behaviour 56:11-27
  32. Sherwin, C.M. (1998). Light intensity preferences of male domestic turkeys. Appied Animal Behaviour Science 58:121-130
  33. Sherwin, C.M. and Kelland, A (1998). Time-budgets, comfort behaviours and injurious pecking of turkeys housed in pairs. British Poultry Science 39:325-332
  34. Swaddle, J. P. (1998) Visual signalling by asymmetry: a review of perceptual processes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 353, 1-11.
  35. Swaddle, J. P. and Lockwood, R. (1998) Morphological adaptations to predation risk in passerines. Journal of Avian Biology 29, 172-176.
  36. Swaddle, J. P. and Witter, M. S. (1998) Cluttered habitats reduce wing asymmetry and increase flight performance in European starlings. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 42, 281-287.
  37. Székely, T. 1998. The significance of Tuzla Gölü, Çukurova Delta for shorebirds: a concise progress report. The Bulletin of the Ornithological Council of Turkey 1, 28-30.
  38. Vorobyev, M., Osorio, D., Bennett, A.T.D., Marshall, N.J. and Cuthill, I.C. (1998) Tetrachromacy, oil droplets and bird plumage colours. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 183, 621-633.
  39. Warburton, H.J and Nicol, C.J. (1998) Position of operant costs affects visits to resources by laboratory mice. Animal Behaviour 55, 1325-1333.
  40. Weber, T.P., Ens, B.J. and Houston, A.I. (1998) Optimal avian migration: a dynamic model of fuel stores and site use. Evolutionary Ecology 12, 377-401.
  41. Weber, T.P. and Houston, A.I. (1998) A life-history invariant for migration. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 192, 261-263.
  42. Wurbel, H. Freire, R. and Nicol, C.J. (1998). Prevention of stereotypic wire-gnawing in laboratory mice: effects on behaviour and implications for stereotypy as a coping response. Behavioural Processes 42, 61-72.
  43. Zanella, A.J., Brunner, P., Unshelm, J., Mendl, M.T. and Broom, D.M. (1998). The relationship between housing and social rank on cortisol, §-endorphin and dynorphin (1-13) secretion in sows.Applied Animal Behaviour Science 59, 1- 10.

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1997

  1. Barta, Z. and Székely, T. (1997) The optimal shape of avian eggs. Functional Ecology 11, 656-662.
  2. Bennett, A.T.D., Cuthill, I.C., Partridge, J.C. and Lunau, K. (1997) Ultraviolet plumage colours predict mate preferences in starlings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A., 94, 8618-8621.
  3. Birkhead, T. R., Buchanan, K. L., Devoogd, T. J., Pellatt, E. J., Szekely, T. and Catchpole, C. K. (1997). Song, sperm quality and testes asymmetry in the sedge warbler. Animal Behaviour 53, 965-971.
  4. Church S.C., Jowers M.J. and Allen J.A. (1997) Does prey dispersion affect frequency-dependent predation by wild birds? Oecologia 111, 292-296.
  5. Collins, E.J. (1997) Finite-horizon variance penalised Markov decision processes, Operations Research Spektrum 19, 35-40.
  6. Cuthill, I.C. and Houston, A.I. (1997) Managing time and energy. In Krebs, J.R. and Davies, N.B. (eds) Behavioural Ecology, 4th edn. Blackwell, Oxford.
  7. Cuthill, I.C., Hunt, S., Cleary, C. and Clarke, C. (1997) Colour bands, dominance and body mass regulation in male zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, 264, 1093-1099.
  8. Dall S.R.X. (1997) Behaviour and speciation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16, 209-210.
  9. Dall, S.R.X. and Cuthill, I.C. (1997) Searching in patches by European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris. Behavioral Processes 39, 149-160.
  10. Dall, S.R.X. and Cuthill, I.C. (1997) The information costs of generalism. Oikos 80, 197-202.
  11. Dall, S.R.X., Cuthill, I.C., Cook, N. and Morphet, M. (1997) Learning about food: starlings, Skinner Boxes and earthworms. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 67, 181-192.
  12. Hart, N., Partridge, J.C., Cuthill, I.C. and Bennett, A.T.D. 1997. Visual pigments and spectral sensitivity of the starling. Journal of Morphology 232, 264.
  13. Houston, A.I. (1997) Demand curves and welfare. Animal Behaviour 53, 983-990.
  14. Houston, A.I. (1997) Demand curves, deprivation and welfare: a reply to Dawkins. Animal Behaviour 53, 1122-1125.
  15. Houston, A. I. (1997). Are the spandrels of San Marco really panglossian pendentives? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12, 125-125.
  16. Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (1997) Patch choice and population size. Evolutionary Ecology 11, 703-722.
  17. Houston, A.I., Gasson, C.E. and McNamara, J.M. (1997) Female choice of matings to maximize parental care. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 264, 173-179.
  18. Houston, A.I., Welton, N.J. and McNamara, J.M. (1997) Acquisition and maintenance costs in the long-term regulation of avian fat reserves. Oikos 78, 331-340.
  19. Hunt, S., Cuthill, I. C., Swaddle, J. P. and Bennett, A. T. B. (1997) Ultraviolet vision and band colour preferences in female zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata. Animal Behaviour 54, 1383-1392.
  20. Hutchinson, J.M.C. (1997) The algorithmic beauty of seashells [Review]. Journal of Conchology 36, 83-85.
  21. Hutchinson, J.M.C., McNamara, J.M., Houston, A.I. and Vollrath, F. (1997) Dyar's Rule and the Investment Principle: optimal moulting strategies if feeding rate is size-dependent and growth is discontinuous. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B 352, 113-138.
  22. Liker, A. and Székely, T. (1997) Aggression among female lapwings Vanellus vanellus. Animal Behaviour 54, 797-802.
  23. McNamara, J.M. (1997) Optimal life histories for structured populations in fluctuating environments. Theoretical Population Biology 51, 94-108.
  24. McNamara, J.M. and Houston, A.I. (1997) Currencies for foraging based on energetic gain. American Naturalist 150, 603-617.
  25. McNamara, J.M., Webb, J.N., Collins, E.J., Székely, T. and Houston, A.I. (1997) A general technique for computing evolutionarily stable strategies based on errors in decision-making. Journal of Theoretical Biology 189, 211-225.
  26. Meininger, P.L. and Székely, T. (1997) Kentish Plover - Charadrius alexandrinus. IN Hagemeijer, W J M and M J Blair (eds) The EBCC Atlas of European Breeding Birds: Their Distribution and Abundance. T and A D Poyser, London. pp. 260-261.
  27. Møller, A. P. and Swaddle, J. P. (1997) Asymmetry, Developmental Stability and Evolution. Oxford University Press.
  28. Moody, A.L., Thompson, W.A., de Bruijn, B. , Houston, A.I. and Goss-Custard, J.D. (1997) The analysis of spacing of animals, with an example based on Oystercatchers during the tidal cycle. Journal of Animal Ecology 66, 615-628.
  29. Reynolds, J.D. and Szekely, T. (1997) The evolution of parental care in shorebirds: life-histories, ecology and sexual selection. Behavioral Ecology 8, 126-134.
  30. Swaddle, J. P. (1997). Developmental stability and predation success in an insect predator- prey system. Behavioral Ecology 8, 433-436.
  31. Swaddle, J. P. (1997). On the heritability of developmental stability - Comment. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 10, 57-61.
  32. Swaddle, J.P. (1997) Within-individual changes in developmental stability affect flight performance. Behavioral Ecology 8, 601-604.
  33. Swaddle, J. P. (1997) Experimental design and the signalling properties of fluctuating asymmetry. Animal Behaviour 54, 1034-1037.
  34. Swaddle, J.P. and Cuthill, I.C. (1997) The biological relevance of testing for perfect symmetry. Animal Behaviour 54, 475-476.
  35. Swaddle, J. P. and Witter, M. S. (1997). The effects of molt on the flight performance, body mass, and behavior of European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris): An experimental approach. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie 75, 1135-1146.
  36. Swaddle, J. P. and Witter, M. S. (1997). Food availability and primary feather molt in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie 75, 948-953.
  37. Swaddle, J. P. and Witter, M. S. (1997). On the ontogeny of developmental stability in a stabilized trait. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 264, 329-334.
  38. Székely, T. (1997) Status of Kentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinus in Hungary. Ornis Hungarica 7, 19-26.
  39. Székely, T. (1997) Kentish Plover. In Haraszthy, L. (ed) Birds of Hungary (in Hungarian).
  40. Weber, T.P. and Houston, A.I. (1997) Flight costs, flight range and the stopover ecology of migrating birds. Journal of Animal Ecology 66, 297-306.
  41. Weber, T.P. and Houston, A.I. (1997) A general model for time-minimizing avian migration. Journal of Theoretical Biology 185, 447-458.
  42. Witter, M.S. and Goldsmith, A.R.G. (1997) Social stimulation and regulation of body mass in female starlings. Animal Behaviour 54, 279-287.
  43. Witter, M.S. and Swaddle, J.P. (1997) Mass regulation in juvenile Starlings: Response to change in food availability depends on initial body mass. Functional Ecology 11, 11-15.

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1996

  1. Bennett, A.T.D. (1996) Do animals have cognitive maps? Journal of Experimental Biology 199, 219-224.
  2. Bennett, A.T.D., Cuthill, I.C., Partridge, J.C. and Maier, E.J. (1996) Ultraviolet vision and mate choice in zebra finches. Nature 380, 433-435.
  3. Carbone, C. and Houston, A.I. (1996) The optimal allocation of time over the dive cycle: an approach based on aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Animal Behaviour 51, 1247-1255.
  4. Carbone, C., De Leeuw, J.J. and Houston, A.I. (1996) Adjustments in the diving time budgets of tufted duck and pochard: is there evidence for a mix of metabolic pathways? Animal Behaviour 51, 1257-1268.
  5. Church, S.C., Allen, J.A. and Bradshaw, J.W.S. (1996) Frequency-dependent food selection by domestic cats : a comparative study. Ethology 102, 495-509.
  6. Church, S.C. and Sherratt, T.N. (1996) The selective advantage of cannibalism in a Neotropical mosquito. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 39, 117-123.
  7. Clutton-Brock, T.H., Marrow, P., Stephenson, I.R., MacColl, A.D., Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (1996) Population fluctuations, reproductive costs and life-history tactics in female Soay sheep. Journal of Animal Ecology 65, 675-689.
  8. Collins, E.J. (1996) Using Markov decision processes to optimise a non-linear functional of the final distribution. In A H Christer, S Osaki and L C Thomas (eds.) Stochastic Modelling in Innovative Manufacturing, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems Vol. 445, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 30-45.
  9. Houston, A.I. (1996) Estimating oystercatcher mortality from foraging behaviour. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11, 108-109.
  10. Houston, A. I. (1996). Melioration and addiction. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19, 581.
  11. Houston, A.I., Thompson, W.A. and Gaston, A.J. (1996) The use of a time and energy budget model of a parent bird to investigate the limits of fledging mass in the Thick-billed Murre. Functional Ecology 10, 432-439.
  12. Hutchinson, J.M.C. (1996) Evolution in fluctuating environments: a game with kin. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11:230-232.
  13. Lee, S.J., Witter, M.S., Cuthill, I.C. and Goldsmith, A.R. (1996) Reduction in escape performance as a cost of reproduction in gravid starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 263, 619-623.
  14. Marrow, P., McNamara, J.M., Houston, A.I., Stevenson, I.R. and Clutton-Brock, T.H. (1996) State-dependent life history evolution in Soay sheep: dynamic modelling of reproductive scheduling. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 353, 17-32.
  15. McNamara, J.M. (1996) Risk-prone behaviour under rules which have evolved in a changing environment. American Zoologist 36, 484-495.
  16. McNamara, J.M. and Forslund, P. (1996) Divorce rates in birds: predictions from an optimization model. American Naturalist 147, 609-640.
  17. McNamara, J.M. and Houston, A.I. (1996) State dependent life histories. Nature 380, 215-221.
  18. Moody, A.L., Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (1996) Ideal free distributions under predation risk. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 38, 131-143.
  19. Noszaly, G., Szekely, T. and Hutchinson, J.M.C. (1996) Brood survival of Kentish Plovers (Charadrius alexandrinus) in alkaline grasslands and drained fish-ponds. Ornis Hungarica 5, 15-21.
  20. Swaddle, J.P. (1996) Reproductive success and symmetry in zebra finches. Animal Behaviour 51, 203-210.
  21. Swaddle, J.P., Witter, M.S., Cuthill, I.C., Budden, A. and McCowen, P. (1996) Plumage condition affects flight performance in Common Starlings: implications for developmental homeostasis, abrasion and moult. Journal of Avian Biology 27, 103-111.
  22. Szekely, T. (1996) Brood desertion in Kentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinus: an experimental test of parental quality and remating opportunities. Ibis 138, 749-755.
  23. Szekely, T., Catchpole, C.K., DeVoogd, A., Marchl, Zs. and DeVoogd, T.J. (1996) Evolutionary changes in a song control area of the brain (HVC) are associated with evolutionary changes in song repertoire among European warblers (Sylviidae). Proceedings of the Royal Society, London Series B 263, 607-610.
  24. Székely, T., Webb, J.N., Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (1996) An evolutionary approach to offspring desertion in birds. Current Ornithology 13, 271-330.

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1995

  1. Houston, A.I. (1995) Energetic constraints and foraging efficiency. Behavioral Ecology 6, 393-396.
  2. Houston, A.I. (1995) Parental effort and paternity. Animal Behaviour 50, 1635-1644.
  3. Houston, A.I., McNamara, J.M. and Milinski, M. (1995) The distribution of animals between resources: a compromise between equal numbers and equal rates. Animal Behaviour 49, 248-251.
  4. Houston, A.I., McNamara, J.M. and Webb, J.N. (1995) The evolutionarily stable exploitation of a renewing resource. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 177, 151-158.
  5. McNamara, J.M. (1995) Implicit frequency dependence and kin selection in fluctuating environments. Evolutionary Ecology, 9, 185-203.
  6. McNamara, J.M. Webb, J.N. and Collins, E.J. (1995) Dynamic optimisation in fluctuating environments. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 261, 279-284
  7. Moody, A.L. and Houston, A.I. (1995) Interference and the ideal free distribution. Animal Behaviour 49, 1065-1072
  8. Swaddle, J.P. and Cuthill, I.C. (1995) Asymmetry and human facial attractiveness: symmetry may not always be beautiful.Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, B 261, 111-116.
  9. Swaddle, J.P. and Witter, M.S. (1995) Chest plumage, dominance and fluctuating asymmetry in female starlings. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London Series B 260, 219-223.
  10. Swaddle, J.P., Witter, M.S. and Cuthill, I.C (1995) Museum studies measure FA. Animal Behaviour 49, 1700-1701.
  11. Szekely, T. and Reynolds, J. D. (1995) Evolutionary transitions in parental care in shorebirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London Series B 262, 57-64.
  12. Szekely, T. and Williams, T. D. (1995) Costs and benefits of brood desertion in female kentish plovers, Charadrius alexandrinus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 37, 155-161.
  13. Webb, J.N. (1995) Hamilton's variational principle and ecological models. Ecological Modelling, 80, 35-40.
  14. Witter, M.S. (1995) The effect of intraspecific competition on prey load size in the European starling, Sturnus vulgaris. Animal Behaviour 49, 260-263.
  15. Witter, M.S. and Lee, S.J. (1995) Habitat structure, stress and plumage development. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B, 261, 303-308.
  16. Witter, M.S. and Swaddle, J.P. (1995) Dominance, competition and energetic reserves in the European starling, Sturnus vulgaris. Behavioral Ecology 6, 343-348.
  17. Witter, M.S., Swaddle, J.P. and Cuthill, I.C. (1995) Periodic food availability and strategic regulation of body mass in the European starling, Sturnus vulgaris. Functional Ecology 9, 568-574.

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1994

  1. Avery, R., Cuthill, I., Miller, R. and Rowland, G. (1994) The Five Kingdoms. Nelson Blackie, Glasgow.
  2. Bednekoff, P.A. and Houston A.I. (1994) Avian daily foraging patterns under digestive constraints. Evolutionary Ecology 8, 36-52.
  3. Bednekoff, P.A. and Houston, A.I. (1994) The influence of mass-dependent predation on risk-sensitive foraging and premigratory fattening in small birds: Dynamic models. Ecology 75, 1131-1140.
  4. Bednekoff, P.A. and Houston, A.I. (1994) Optimizing fat reserves over the entire winter: a dynamic model. Oikos 71, 408-415.
  5. Bennett A.T.D. and Cuthill I.C. (1994) Ultraviolet vision in birds: what is its function? Vision Research 34, 1471-1478.
  6. Bennett A.T.D., Cuthill I.C. and Norris K.N. (1994) Sexual selection and the mismeasure of color. American Naturalist 144, 848-860.
  7. Carbone, C. and Houston, A.I. (1994) Patterns in the diving behaviour of the pochard Aythya ferina: a test of an optimality model. Animal Behaviour 48, 457-465.
  8. Clayton N.S., Griffiths D. and Bennett A.T.D. (1994) Storage of stones by European jays (Garrulus glandarius). Ibis 136, 331-334.
  9. Cuthill, I.C. Haccou, P. and Kacelnik, A. (1994) Starlings exploiting patches: response to long term changes in travel time. Behavioral Ecology 5, 81-90.
  10. Hitchcock, C.L. and Houston, A.I. (1994) The value of a hoard: not just energy. Behavioral Ecology 5, 202-205
  11. Houston, A.I. and McNamara, J.M. (1994) Models of diving and data from otters: comments on Nolet et al. (1993). Journal of Animal Ecology 63, 1004-1006.
  12. McNamara, J.M. (1994) Timing of entry into diapause: optimal allocation to "growth" and "reproduction" in a stochastic environment. Journal of Theoretical Biology 168, 201-209.
  13. McNamara, J.M. (1994) Multiple stable age distributions in a population at evolutionary stability. Journal of Theoretical Biology 169, 349-354.
  14. McNamara, J.M. and Houston, A.I. (1994) The effect of a change in foraging options on intake rate and predation rate. American Naturalist 25, 287-302.
  15. McNamara, J.M., Houston, A.I. and Webb, J.N. (1994) Dynamic kin selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, B 258, 23-28.
  16. McNamara, J.M., Houston, A.I. and Lima, S.L. (1994) Foraging routines of small birds in winter: a theoretical investigation. Journal of Avian Biology 171, 251-266.
  17. Merad, S. and McNamara, J.M. (1994) Optimal foraging of a reproducing animal as a discounted reward problem. Journal of Applied Probability 31, 287-300.
  18. Pope, J.G., Shepherd, J.G. and Webb, J. (1994) Successful surf-rinding on size spectra: the secret of survival in the sea. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London, B 343, 41-49.
  19. Sozou, P. and Houston, A.I. (1994) Parental effort in a mating system involving two males and two females.Journal of Theoretical Biology 171, 251-266.
  20. Stadler, B., Weisser, W.W. and Houston A.I. (1994) Defense reactions in aphids: The influence of state and future reproductive success. Journal of Animal Ecology 63, 419-430.
  21. Swaddle, J.P. and Cuthill, I.C. (1994) Preference for symmetric males by female zebra finches. Nature 367, 165-166.
  22. Swaddle, J.P. and Cuthill, I.C. (1994) Female zebra finches prefer males with symmetrically manipulated chest plumage. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B 258, 267-271.
  23. Swaddle, J.P. and Witter, M.S. (1994) Food, feathers and fluctuating asymmetry. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, B 255, 147-152.
  24. Swaddle, J.P., Witter, M.S. and Cuthill, I.C (1994) The analysis of fluctuating asymmetry. Animal Behaviour 48, 986-989.
  25. Weber, T.P., Houston, A.I. and Ens, B.J. (1994) Optimal departure fat loads and stopover site use in avian migration: an analytical model. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, B 258, 29-34.
  26. Weisser, W.W., Houston, A.I. and Völkl, W. (1994) Foraging strategies in solitary parasitoids: the trade-off between female and offspring mortality risks. Evolutionary Ecology, 8, 587-597.
  27. Witter, M.S., Cuthill, I.C. and Bonser, R.H. (1994) Experimental investigations of mass-dependent predation risk in the European starling Sturnus vulgaris. Animal Behaviour 48, 201-222.
  28. Witter, M.S. and Swaddle, J.P. (1994) Fluctuating asymmetry, competition and dominance. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B 256, 299-303.

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