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Information retention during competitive interactions : siblings need to constantly repeat vocal displays
2015. , 42 (1) pp. 63-74. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Social rules govern vocal competition in the barn owl
2015. , 102 pp. 95-107. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Individual vocal signatures in barn owl nestlings: does individual recognition have an adaptive role in sibling vocal competition?
2014. , 27 (1) pp. 63-75. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Big brother is watching you: eavesdropping to resolve family conflicts
2013. , 24 (3) pp. 1717-722. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Barn owls do not interrupt their siblings
2013. , 86 (1) pp. 119-126. Peer-reviewed., , , , , ,
Efficiency and significance of multiple vocal signals in sibling competition
2013. , 40 (4) pp. 579-588. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Nestling barn owls assess short-term variation in the amount of vocally competing siblings.
2013. , 16 (6) pp. 993-1000. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Dominant nestlings displaying female-like melanin coloration behave altruistically in the barn owl
2012. , 84 (5) pp. 1229-1236. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Corticosterone promotes scramble competition over sibling negotiation in Barn Owl nestlings (Tyto alba)
2012. , 39 (3) pp. 348-358. Peer-reviewed., , , , , ,
Darker eumelanic barn owls better withstand food depletion through resistance to food deprivation and lower appetite.
2010. , 164 (1) pp. 65-71. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,