Isabel Winney
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Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology symposia
J Schroeder, HL Dugdale, R Radersma, M Hinsch, DM Buehler, J Saul, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (9), 2063-2069, 2013
832013
Outline and surface disruption in animal camouflage
M Stevens, IS Winney, A Cantor, J Graham
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1657), 781-786, 2008
472008
Are extra‐pair males different from cuckolded males? A case study and a meta‐analytic examination
YH Hsu, J Schroeder, I Winney, T Burke, S Nakagawa
Molecular ecology 24 (7), 1558-1571, 2015
442015
Costly infidelity: low lifetime fitness of extra‐pair offspring in a passerine bird
YH Hsu, J Schroeder, I Winney, T Burke, S Nakagawa
Evolution 68 (10), 2873-2884, 2014
372014
Striving for transparent and credible research: practical guidelines for behavioral ecologists
M Ihle, IS Winney, A Krystalli, M Croucher
Behavioral Ecology 28 (2), 348-354, 2017
312017
Testing Thayer's hypothesis: can camouflage work by distraction?
M Stevens, J Graham, IS Winney, A Cantor
Biology letters 4 (6), 648-650, 2008
252008
The function of animal ‘eyespots’: conspicuousness but not eye mimicry is key
M Stevens, A Cantor, J Graham, IS Winney
Curr Zool 55, 319-326, 2009
232009
The missing response to selection in the wild
B Pujol, S Blanchet, A Charmantier, E Danchin, B Facon, P Marrot, F Roux, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (5), 337-346, 2018
212018
Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction
E Mourocq, P Bize, S Bouwhuis, R Bradley, A Charmantier, C de la Cruz, ...
Evolution 70 (2), 296-313, 2016
192016
Do rapid assays predict repeatability in labile (behavioural) traits? A reply to Biro
HA Edwards, IS Winney, J Schroeder, HL Dugdale
Animal Behaviour 85 (3), e1-e3, 2013
162013
Predictably philandering females prompt poor paternal provisioning
J Schroeder, YH Hsu, I Winney, M Simons, S Nakagawa, T Burke
The American Naturalist 188 (2), 219-230, 2016
152016
Troubleshooting the potential pitfalls of cross‐fostering
I Winney, S Nakagawa, YH Hsu, T Burke, J Schroeder
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (5), 584-592, 2015
112015
Limited catching bias in a wild population of birds with near‐complete census information
MJP Simons, I Winney, S Nakagawa, T Burke, J Schroeder
Ecology and evolution 5 (16), 3500-3506, 2015
82015
A guide to using a multiple-matrix animal model to disentangle genetic and nongenetic causes of phenotypic variance
CE Thomson, IS Winney, OC Salles, B Pujol
PloS one 13 (10), e0197720, 2018
72018
Measuring up to reality: null models and analysis simulations to study parental coordination over provisioning offspring
M Ihle, JL Pick, IS Winney, S Nakagawa, T Burke
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 142, 2019
62019
Heritability and social brood effects on personality in juvenile and adult life‐history stages in a wild passerine
IS Winney, J Schroeder, S Nakagawa, YH Hsu, MJP Simons, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 31 (1), 75-87, 2018
62018
Age‐dependent trajectories differ between within‐pair and extra‐pair paternity success
YH Hsu, MJP Simons, J Schroeder, A Girndt, IS Winney, T Burke, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (5), 951-959, 2017
62017
Winter territory prospecting is associated with life‐history stage but not activity in a passerine
A Sánchez‐Tójar, I Winney, A Girndt, MJP Simons, S Nakagawa, T Burke, ...
Journal of avian biology 48 (3), 407-416, 2017
52017
Flexibility but no coordination of visits in provisioning riflemen
N Khwaja, SAJ Preston, BJ Hatchwell, JV Briskie, IS Winney, JL Savage
Animal behaviour 125, 25-31, 2017
32017
Personality and its repercussions in the house sparrow
IS Winney
University of Sheffield, 2015
12015
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