Sjouke Anne Kingma
Sjouke Anne Kingma
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Manipulation of male attractiveness induces rapid changes in avian maternal yolk androgen deposition
SA Kingma, J Komdeur, O Vedder, N Von Engelhardt, P Korsten, ...
Behavioral Ecology 20 (1), 172-179, 2009
872009
Group augmentation and the evolution of cooperation
SA Kingma, P Santema, M Taborsky, J Komdeur
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (8), 476-484, 2014
772014
Multiple benefits of cooperative breeding in purple‐crowned fairy‐wrens: a consequence of fidelity?
SA Kingma, ML Hall, E Arriero, A Peters
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (4), 757-768, 2010
702010
Male songbird indicates body size with low-pitched advertising songs
ML Hall, SA Kingma, A Peters
PLoS One 8 (2), e56717, 2013
662013
Radical loss of an extreme extra-pair mating system
SA Kingma, ML Hall, G Segelbacher, A Peters
BMC ecology 9 (1), 15, 2009
662009
Sexual selection and the function of a melanin-based plumage ornament in polygamous penduline tits Remiz pendulinus
SA Kingma, I Szentirmai, T Székely, V Bókony, M Bleeker, A Liker, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (8), 1277-1288, 2008
532008
Multiple benefits drive helping behavior in a cooperatively breeding bird: an integrated analysis
SA Kingma, ML Hall, A Peters
The American Naturalist 177 (4), 486-495, 2011
502011
Body condition and clutch desertion in penduline tit Remiz pendulinus
J Komdeur, I Szentirmai, T Székely, M Bleeker, SA Kingma
Behaviour 142 (11-12), 1465-1478, 2005
492005
Differential deposition of antimicrobial proteins in blue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus) clutches by laying order and male attractiveness
L D’Alba, MD Shawkey, P Korsten, O Vedder, SA Kingma, J Komdeur, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 64 (6), 1037-1045, 2010
462010
Senescence in the wild: Insights from a long-term study on Seychelles warblers
M Hammers, SA Kingma, K Bebbington, J van de Crommenacker, ...
Experimental Gerontology 71, 69-79, 2015
452015
Breeding synchronization facilitates extrapair mating for inbreeding avoidance
SA Kingma, ML Hall, A Peters
Behavioral Ecology 24 (6), 1390-1397, 2013
392013
Melatonin delays clutch initiation in a wild songbird
TJ Greives, SA Kingma, G Beltrami, M Hau
Biology letters 8 (3), 330-332, 2012
382012
Multiple hypotheses explain variation in extra‐pair paternity at different levels in a single bird family
L Brouwer, M van de Pol, NH Aranzamendi, G Bain, DT Baldassarre, ...
Molecular Ecology 26 (23), 6717-6729, 2017
362017
Costs of sleeping in: circadian rhythms influence cuckoldry risk in a songbird
TJ Greives, SA Kingma, B Kranstauber, K Mortega, M Wikelski, ...
Functional Ecology 29 (10), 1300-1307, 2015
332015
Early‐life telomere length predicts lifespan and lifetime reproductive success in a wild bird
JR Eastwood, ML Hall, N Teunissen, SA Kingma, N Hidalgo Aranzamendi, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (5), 1127-1137, 2019
302019
Seasonal male plumage as a multi-component sexual signal: insights and opportunities
A Peters, SA Kingma, K Delhey
Emu-Austral Ornithology 113 (3), 232-247, 2013
262013
Increased conspicuousness can explain the match between visual sensitivities and blue plumage colours in fairy-wrens
K Delhey, M Hall, SA Kingma, A Peters
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1750), 20121771, 2013
262013
No evidence for offspring sex-ratio adjustment to social or environmental conditions in cooperatively breeding purple-crowned fairy-wrens
SA Kingma, ML Hall, A Peters
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (6), 1203-1213, 2011
262011
The importance of the altricial–precocial spectrum for social complexity in mammals and birds–a review
IBR Scheiber, BM Weiß, SA Kingma, J Komdeur
Frontiers in zoology 14 (1), 3, 2017
242017
The effect of ambient temperature, habitat quality and individual age on incubation behaviour and incubation feeding in a socially monogamous songbird
SM Amininasab, SA Kingma, M Birker, H Hildenbrandt, J Komdeur
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70 (9), 1591-1600, 2016
242016
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