Wiebke Schuett
Wiebke Schuett
School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex
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Sexual selection and animal personality
W Schuett, T Tregenza, SRX Dall
Biological Reviews 85 (2), 217-246, 2010
3852010
Sex differences, social context and personality in zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata
W Schuett, SRX Dall
Animal Behaviour 77 (5), 1041-1050, 2009
2292009
Studying personality variation in invertebrates: why bother?
S Kralj-Fišer, W Schuett
Animal Behaviour 91, 41-52, 2014
1572014
Pairs of zebra finches with similar ‘personalities’ make better parents
W Schuett, SRX Dall, NJ Royle
Animal Behaviour 81 (3), 609-618, 2011
1502011
Do Female Zebra Finches, Taeniopygia guttata, Choose Their Mates Based on Their ‘Personality’?
W Schuett, JGJ Godin, SRX Dall
Ethology 117 (10), 908-917, 2011
882011
Personality variation in a clonal insect: The pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum
W Schuett, SRX Dall, J Baeumer, MH Kloesener, S Nakagawa, F Beinlich, ...
Developmental psychobiology 53 (6), 631-640, 2011
802011
Life‐history trade‐offs mediate ‘personality’variation in two colour morphs of the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum
W Schuett, SRX Dall, MH Kloesener, J Baeumer, F Beinlich, T Eggers
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (1), 90-101, 2015
432015
Behavioral consistency and the resolution of sexual conflict over parental investment
NJ Royle, W Schuett, SRX Dall
Behavioral Ecology 21 (6), 1125-1130, 2010
382010
Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities
SC Griffith, OL Crino, SC Andrew, FY Nomano, E Adkins‐Regan, ...
Ethology 123 (1), 1-29, 2017
342017
Prospecting at conspecific nests and exploration in a novel environment are associated with reproductive success in the jackdaw
W Schuett, J Laaksonen, T Laaksonen
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (9), 1341-1350, 2012
342012
Environmental transmission of a personality trait: foster parent exploration behaviour predicts offspring exploration behaviour in zebra finches
W Schuett, SRX Dall, AJ Wilson, NJ Royle
Biology Letters 9 (4), 20130120, 2013
302013
Evolution of sex-specific pace-of-life syndromes: causes and consequences
A Hämäläinen, E Immonen, M Tarka, W Schuett
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72 (3), 50, 2018
282018
Evolution of sex-specific pace-of-life syndromes: genetic architecture and physiological mechanisms
E Immonen, A Hämäläinen, W Schuett, M Tarka
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72 (3), 60, 2018
212018
Early environmental conditions shape personality types in a jumping spider
J Liedtke, D Redekop, JM Schneider, W Schuett
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 134, 2015
192015
Where have all the beetles gone? Long‐term study reveals carabid species decline in a nature reserve in Northern Germany
K Homburg, C Drees, E Boutaud, D Nolte, W Schuett, P Zumstein, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 12 (4), 268-277, 2019
182019
High air temperatures induce temporal, spatial and social changes in the foraging behaviour of wild zebra finches
C Funghi, LSC McCowan, W Schuett, SC Griffith
Animal Behaviour 149, 33-43, 2019
162019
Validation of 2D‐animated pictures as an investigative tool in the behavioural sciences: A case study with a West African cichlid fish, Pelvicachromis pulcher
U Scherer, JGJ Godin, W Schuett
Ethology 123 (8), 560-570, 2017
132017
Different or alike? Female rainbow kribs choose males of similar consistency and dissimilar level of boldness
U Scherer, M Kuhnhardt, W Schuett
Animal Behaviour 128, 117-124, 2017
132017
Lateralisation in agonistic encounters: do mirror tests reflect aggressive behaviour? A study on a West African cichlid
U Scherer, M Buck, W Schuett
Journal of fish biology 89 (3), 1866-1872, 2016
132016
Early-life social environment predicts social network position in wild zebra finches
HB Brandl, DR Farine, C Funghi, W Schuett, SC Griffith
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1897), 20182579, 2019
122019
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