|On the function of female ornaments: male bluethroats prefer colourful females|
T Amundsen, E Forsgren, LTT Hansen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
|Population-level impact and herd effects following the introduction of human papillomavirus vaccination programmes: updated systematic review and meta-analysis|
M Drolet, É Bénard, N Pérez, M Brisson, H Ali, MC Boily, V Baldo, ...
The Lancet 394 (10197), 497-509, 2019
|Mate choice and imprinting in birds studied by cross-fostering in the wild|
T Slagsvold, BT Hansen, LE Johannessen, JT Lifjeld
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
|Factors associated with non-attendance, opportunistic attendance and reminded attendance to cervical screening in an organized screening program: a cross-sectional study of 12 …|
BT Hansen, SS Hukkelberg, T Haldorsen, T Eriksen, GB Skare, M Nygård
BMC Public Health 11 (1), 264, 2011
|A 12-year follow-up on the long-term effectiveness of the quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccine in 4 Nordic countries|
SK Kjaer, M Nygård, J Dillner, J Brooke Marshall, D Radley, M Li, C Munk, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 66 (3), 339-345, 2018
|Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination and subsequent sexual behaviour: evidence from a large survey of Nordic women|
BT Hansen, SK Kjær, L Arnheim-Dahlström, KL Liaw, KE Jensen, ...
Vaccine 32 (39), 4945-4953, 2014
|Young age at first intercourse and risk-taking behaviours—a study of nearly 65 000 women in four Nordic countries|
TB Olesen, KE Jensen, M Nygård, L Tryggvadottir, P Sparén, BT Hansen, ...
The European Journal of Public Health 22 (2), 220-224, 2012
|Sexual imprinting and the origin of obligate brood parasitism in birds|
T Slagsvold, BT Hansen
The American Naturalist 158 (4), 354-367, 2001
|Early smoking initiation, sexual behavior and reproductive health—a large population-based study of Nordic women|
BT Hansen, SK Kjær, C Munk, L Tryggvadottir, P Sparén, ...
Preventive medicine 51 (1), 68-72, 2010
|Rival imprinting: interspecifically cross-fostered tits defend their territories against heterospecific intruders|
BT Hansen, T Slagsvold
Animal Behaviour 65 (6), 1117-1123, 2003
|Genital chlamydia, genital herpes, Trichomonas vaginalis and gonorrhea prevalence, and risk factors among nearly 70,000 randomly selected women in 4 Nordic countries|
MT Faber, A Nielsen, M Nygård, P Sparén, L Tryggvadottir, BT Hansen, ...
Sexually transmitted diseases 38 (8), 727-734, 2011
|Early learning affects social dominance: interspecifically cross-fostered tits become subdominant|
BT Hansen, T Slagsvold
Behavioral Ecology 15 (2), 262-268, 2004
|Targeting human papillomavirus to reduce the burden of cervical, vulvar and vaginal cancer and pre-invasive neoplasia: establishing the baseline for surveillance|
M Nygård, BT Hansen, J Dillner, C Munk, K Oddsson, L Tryggvadottir, ...
PLoS One 9 (2), e88323, 2014
|Symmetry: attractive not only to females|
LTT Hansen, T Amundsen, E Forsgren
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
|Do males and females differ in the feeding of large and small siblings? An experiment with the bluethroat|
PT Smiseth, T Amundsen, LTT Hansen
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 42 (5), 321-328, 1998
|Cervical cancer prevented by screening: Long‐term incidence trends by morphology in N orway|
S Lönnberg, BT Hansen, T Haldorsen, S Campbell, K Schee, M Nygård
International journal of cancer 137 (7), 1758-1764, 2015
|Effects of social rearing conditions on song structure and repertoire size: experimental evidence from the field|
LE Johannessen, T Slagsvold, BT Hansen
Animal Behaviour 72 (1), 83-95, 2006
|Manipulation of male quality in wild tits: effects on paternity loss|
LE Johannessen, T Slagsvold, BT Hansen, JT Lifjeld
Behavioral Ecology 16 (4), 747-754, 2005
|Personal and provider level factors influence participation to cervical cancer screening: a retrospective register-based study of 1.3 million women in Norway|
MK Leinonen, S Campbell, O Klungsøyr, S Lönnberg, BT Hansen, ...
Preventive Medicine 94, 31-39, 2017
|Imprinted species recognition lasts for life in free-living great tits and blue tits|
BT Hansen, LE Johannessen, T Slagsvold
Animal Behaviour 75 (3), 921-927, 2008