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Refereed Articles in Journals

T.W. Fawcett, A.M.J. Skinner & A.R. Goldsmith (2002): A test of imitative learning in starlings using a two-action method with an enhanced ghost control. Animal Behaviour 64, 547-556. pdf

C.K. Hemelrijk (2002): Despotic societies, sexual attraction and the emergence of male 'tolerance': an agent-based model. Behaviour 139, 729-747. pdf

C.K. Hemelrijk (2002): Self-organization and natural selection in the evolution of complex despotic societies. Biol. Bull. 202, 283-289. pdf

C.K. Hemelrijk (2002): Understanding of social behaviour with the help of complexity science. Ethology 108, 655-671.

J. Huisman, H.C.P. Matthijs, P.M. Visser, H. Balke, C.A.M. Sigon, J. Passarge, F.J. Weissing & L.R. Mur (2002): Principles of the light-limited chemostat: theory and ecological applications. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 81, 117-133. pdf

J. Huisman & F.J. Weissing (2002): Oscillations and chaos generated by competition for interactively essential resources. Ecol. Res. 17, 175-181. pdf

J. Komdeur & I. Pen (2002): Adaptive sex allocation in birds: the complexities of linking theory and practice. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. B 357, 373-380. pdf

M.C. Singer, C. Stefanescu & I. Pen (2002): When random sampling does not work: standard design falsely indicates maladaptive host preferences in a butterfly. Ecology Letters 5, 1-6. pdf

S.A. West, I. Pen & A.S. Griffin (2002): Cooperation and competition between relatives. Science 296, 72-75. pdf

S.A. West, E. Toby Kiers, I. Pen & R.F. Denison (2002): Sanctions and mutualism stability: when should less beneficial mutualists be tolerated? J. Evol. Biol. 15, 830-837. pdf

Books & Book Chapters

S.B.M. Kraak & I. Pen (2002): Sex determining mechanisms in vertebrates. In: I. Hardy (ed.): Sex Ratios - Concepts and Research Methods, pp. 158-177. Cambridge University Press. pdf

P. Mayhew & I. Pen (2002): Comparative analysis of sex ratio data. In: I. Hardy (ed.): Sex Ratios - Concepts and Research Methods, pp. 132-156. Cambridge University Press. pdf

I. Pen & F.J. Weissing (2002): Optimal sex allocation: steps towards a mechanistic theory. In: I. Hardy (ed.): Sex Ratios - Concepts and Research Methods, pp. 26-45. Cambridge University Press. pdf

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