1. 2015
  2. 2014
  3. Beking, T., Geuze, R., Kreukels, B. P. C., & Groothuis, A. (2014). Sex hormones and brain lateralisation.
  4. Geuze, R., Zickert, N., Beking, T., & Groothuis, A. (2014). Is performance better when brain functions are typically lateralized?. Paper presented at 4th North Sea meeting on Brain Asymmetries, Durham UK sept 2014 , Durham, United Kingdom.
  5. 2013
  6. Groothuis, T. G. G., McManus, I. C., Schaafsma, S. M., & Geuze, R. H. (2013). The fighting hypothesis in combat: How well does the fighting hypothesis explain human left-handed minorities? In WC. McGrew, W. Schiefenhovel, & LF. Marchant (Eds.), The Evolution of Human Handedness (Vol. 1288, pp. 100-109). (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences; Vol. 1288). OXFORD: Blackwell Publishing.
  7. 2012
  8. Poisbleau, M., Mueller, W., Carslake, D., Demongin, L., Groothuis, T. G. G., Van Camp, J., & Eens, M. (2012). Penguin Chicks Benefit from Elevated Yolk Androgen Levels under Sibling Competition. PLoS ONE, 7(7), [e42174].
  9. 2011
  10. Dijkstra, P. D., Wiegertjes, G. F., Forlenza, M., van der Sluijs, I., Hofmann, H. A., Metcalfe, N. B., & Groothuis, T. G. G. (2011). The role of physiology in the divergence of two incipient cichlid species. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24(12), 2639-2652.

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