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Kristina B. Beck
Kristina B. Beck
Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre
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The importance of individual‐to‐society feedbacks in animal ecology and evolution
M Cantor, AA Maldonado‐Chaparro, KB Beck, HB Brandl, GG Carter, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 90 (1), 27-44, 2021
852021
Winter associations predict social and extra-pair mating patterns in a wild songbird
KB Beck, DR Farine, B Kempenaers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1921), 20192606, 2020
412020
Adopt, ignore, or kill? Male poison frogs adjust parental decisions according to their territorial status
E Ringler, K Barbara Beck, S Weinlein, L Huber, M Ringler
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 43544, 2017
322017
Relying on known or exploring for new? Movement patterns and reproductive resource use in a tadpole-transporting frog
KB Beck, MC Loretto, M Ringler, W Hödl, A Pa¹ukonis
PeerJ 5, e3745, 2017
302017
Induced parental care in a poison frog: a tadpole cross-fostering experiment
A Pa¹ukonis, KB Beck, MT Fischer, S Weinlein, S Stückler, E Ringler
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (21), 3949-3954, 2017
212017
Social network position predicts male mating success in a small passerine
KB Beck, DR Farine, B Kempenaers
Behavioral Ecology, 2021
172021
Animal social networks: revealing the causes and implications of social structure in ecology and evolution
M Cantor, A Maldonado-Chaparro, K Beck, G Carter, P He, F Hillemann, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2019
172019
Effects of site fidelity, group size and age on food-caching behaviour of common ravens, Corvus corax
KB Beck, MC Loretto, T Bugnyar
Animal Behaviour 164, 51-64, 2020
122020
Analysing the Social Spread of Behaviour: Integrating Complex Contagions into Network Based Diffusions
JA Firth, GF Albery, KB Beck, I Jariæ, LG Spurgin, BC Sheldon, W Hoppitt
arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.08925, 2020
112020
Analysis of within-individual variation in extrapair paternity in blue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus) shows low repeatability and little effect of changes in neighborhood
KB Beck, M Valcu, B Kempenaers
Behavioral Ecology 31 (6), 1303-1315, 2020
112020
Why do nestling birds fledge early in the day?
P Santema, L Schlicht, KB Beck, BC Sheldon, B Kempenaers
Animal Behaviour 174, 79-86, 2021
102021
Social phenotype-dependent selection of social environment in wild great and blue tits: an experimental study
CE Regan, KB Beck, K McMahon, S Crofts, JA Firth, BC Sheldon
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1986), 20221602, 2022
62022
Adopt, ignore, or kill? Male poison frogs adjust parental decisions according to their territorial status. Sci Rep 7: 43544
E Ringler, KB Beck, S Weinlein, L Huber, M Ringler
62017
Social learning mechanisms shape transmission pathways through replicate local social networks of wild birds
KB Beck, BC Sheldon, JA Firth
Elife, e85703, 2023
52023
Animal behavior: Innovation in the city
KB Beck, JA Firth
Current Biology 31 (19), R1122-R1124, 2021
32021
The ecology of ageing in wild societies: linking age structure and social behaviour in natural populations
JP Woodman, S Gokcekus, KB Beck, JP Green, DH Nussey, JA Firth
EcoEvoRxiv, 2024
12024
Temporal avoidance as a means of reducing competition between sympatric species
M Maziarz, RK Broughton, KB Beck, RA Robinson, BC Sheldon
Royal Society Open Science 10 (5), 230521, 2023
12023
Effects of exposure to predator models on fledging behaviour in blue tits
P Santema, L Schlicht, KB Beck, B Kempenaers
Animal Behaviour 181, 61-69, 2021
12021
Experimental manipulation of population density in a wild bird alters social structure but not patch discovery rate
KB Beck, CE Regan, K McMahon, S Crofts, EF Cole, JA Firth, BC Sheldon
Animal Behaviour 209, 95-120, 2024
2024
Variation in local population size predicts social network structure in wild songbirds
KB Beck, DR Farine, JA Firth, BC Sheldon
Journal of Animal Ecology 92 (12), 2348-2362, 2023
2023
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