Katharina Riebel
Katharina Riebel
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Female song is widespread and ancestral in songbirds
KJ Odom, ML Hall, K Riebel, KE Omland, NE Langmore
Nature Communications 5, 3379, 2014
2332014
Low-quality females prefer low-quality males when choosing a mate
MJ Holveck, K Riebel
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 277 (1678 …, 2010
2112010
The “mute” sex revisited: vocal production and perception learning in female songbirds
K Riebel
Advances in the Study of Behavior 33, 49-86, 2003
1902003
Song and female mate choice in zebra finches: a review
K Riebel
Advances in the Study of Behavior 40, 197-238, 2009
1672009
Early exposure leads to repeatable preferences for male song in female zebra finches
K Riebel
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1642000
Sexual equality in zebra finch song preference: evidence for a dissociation between song recognition and production learning
K Riebel, IM Smallegange, NJ Terpstra, JJ Bolhuis
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
1442002
Nestling immunocompetence and testosterone covary with brood size in a songbird
M Naguib, K Riebel, A Marzal, D Gil
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1272004
Preferred songs predict preferred males: consistency and repeatability of zebra finch females across three test contexts
MJ Holveck, K Riebel
Animal Behaviour 74 (2), 297–309, 2007
1242007
Long-term effects of manipulated natal brood size on metabolic rate in zebra finches
S Verhulst, MJ Holveck, K Riebel
Biology letters 2 (3), 478-480, 2006
1162006
Localized brain activation specific to auditory memory in a female songbird
NJ Terpstra, JJ Bolhuis, K Riebel, JMM van der Burg, AM den Boer‐Visser
Journal of Comparative Neurology 494 (5), 784-791, 2006
1162006
Early condition, song learning, and the volume of song brain nuclei in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)
D Gil, M Naguib, K Riebel, A Rutstein, M Gahr
Journal of Neurobiology 66 (14), 1602-1612, 2006
1102006
Accuracy of song syntax learning and singing consistency signal early condition in zebra finches
MJ Holveck, ACV de Castro, RF Lachlan, C Ten Cate, K Riebel
Behavioral Ecology 19 (6), 1267-1281, 2008
1092008
Female songbirds still struggling to be heard
ML Hall, NE Langmore, K Riebel
Trends in ecology and evolution 20 (8), 419-420, 2005
90*2005
Are good ornaments bad armaments? Male chaffinch perception of songs with varying flourish length
A Leitão, K Riebel
Animal behaviour 66 (1), 161-167, 2003
832003
Female zebra finches prefer high-amplitude song
M Ritschard, K Riebel, H Brumm
Animal Behaviour 79 (4), 877-883, 2010
822010
Testing female chaffinch song preferences by operant conditioning
K RIEBEL, PJB SLATER
Animal Behaviour 56 (6), 1443-1453, 1998
721998
Experimental manipulation of the rearing environment influences adult female zebra finch song preferences
K Riebel, M Naguib, D Gil
Animal Behaviour 78 (6), 1397-1404, 2009
702009
Within-song complexity in a songbird is meaningful to both male and female receivers
A Leitão, C ten Cate, K Riebel
Animal Behaviour 71 (6), 1289-1296, 2006
662006
Developmental influences on auditory perception in female zebra finches-is there a sensitive phase for song preference learning?
K Riebel
Animal Biology 53 (2), 73-87, 2003
552003
The significance of learning in signal development: The curious case of the chaffinch
PJB Slater, RF Lachlan, K Riebel
Animal signals. Adaptive significance of signalling and signal design in …, 2000
502000
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