Lysanne Snijders
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Animal Social Network Theory Can Help Wildlife Conservation
L Snijders, B Daniel T., CR Stanley, F Daniel W.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 32 (2017), 567-577, 2017
612017
Social networking in territorial great tits: slow explorers have the least central social network positions
L Snijders, EP van Rooij, JM Burt, CA Hinde, K Van Oers, M Naguib
Animal Behaviour 98, 95-102, 2014
502014
Communication in animal social networks: a missing link?
L Snijders, M Naguib
Advances in the Study of Behavior 49, 297–359, 2017
282017
Systematic reviews and maps as tools for applying behavioral ecology to management and policy
O Berger-Tal, AL Greggor, B Macura, CA Adams, A Blumenthal, ...
Behavioral Ecology 30, 1-8, 2019
252019
Sex-specific responses to territorial intrusions in a communication network: Evidence from radio-tagged great tits
L Snijders, K van Oers, M Naguib
Ecology and Evolution 7 (3), 918–927, 2017
172017
Song trait similarity in great tits varies with social structure
L Snijders, J van der Eijk, EP van Rooij, P De Goede, K van Oers, ...
PLoS One 10 (2), e0116881, 2015
172015
Divergence in timing of parental care and migration in barnacle geese
RM Jonker, MW Kuiper, L Snijders, SE Van Wieren, RC Ydenberg, ...
Behavioral Ecology 22 (2), 326-331, 2011
172011
Dominance rank and boldness predict social attraction in great tits
L Snijders, M Naguib, K van Oers
Behavioral Ecology 28 (2), 398-406, 2017
162017
Dawn song predicts behaviour during territory conflicts in personality-typed great tits
L Snijders, EP van Rooij, MFA Henskens, K van Oers, M Naguib
Animal Behaviour 109, 45-52, 2015
162015
Information transmission via movement behaviour improves decision accuracy in human groups
RJG Clément, M Wolf, L Snijders, J Krause, RHJM Kurvers
Animal behaviour 105, 85-93, 2015
142015
Context‐dependent effects of radio transmitter attachment on a small passerine
L Snijders, LEN Weme, P de Goede, JL Savage, K van Oers, M Naguib
Journal of Avian Biology 48 (5), 650-659, 2017
132017
To sing or not to sing: seasonal changes in singing vary with personality in wild great tits
M Naguib, EP van Rooij, L Snijders, K Van Oers
Behavioral Ecology 27 (3), 932-938, 2016
122016
Effectiveness of animal conditioning interventions in reducing human-wildlife conflict: A systematic map protocol
L Snijders, AL Greggor, F Hilderink, C Doran
Environmental Evidence 8 (1), 1-10, 2019
92019
Individual- and population-level drivers of consistent foraging success across environments
L Snijders, R Kurvers, S Krause, I Ramnarine, J Krause
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2, 1610-1618, 2018
92018
Repeatability of signalling traits in the avian dawn chorus
N Naguib, J Diehl, K van Oers, L Snijders
Frontiers in Zoology 16 (27), 1-11, 2019
82019
Ecological and evolutionary dynamics of elephant rewilding. Commentary on Baker & Winkler.
L Snijders
Animal Sentience 28 (6), 1-4, 2020
4*2020
Females facilitate male food patch discovery in a wild fish population
L Snijders, R Kurvers, S Krause, AN Tump, IW Ramnarine, J Krause
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (12), 1950-1960, 2019
22019
Season-specific carryover of early life associations in a monogamous bird species
RHJM Kurvers, L Prox, DR Farine, C Jongeling, L Snijders
Animal Behaviour 164, 25-37, 2020
12020
To tweet or not to tweet: the role of personality in the social networks of great tits
L Snijders
Wageningen University PhD Thesis, 2016
1*2016
PREPRINT: In situ novel environment assay reveals acoustic exploration as a repeatable behavioral response in migratory bats
LS Theresa Schabacker, Oliver Lindecke, Sofia Rizzi, Lara Marggraf, Gunārs ...
BioRxiv, 2020
2020
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