Yannick Auclair
Cited by
Cited by
Personality predicts social dominance in female zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata, in a feeding context
M David, Y Auclair, F Cézilly
Anim. Behav 81, 219-224, 2011
Assessing short‐and long‐term repeatability and stability of personality in captive zebra finches using longitudinal data
M David, Y Auclair, F Cézilly
Ethology 118 (10), 932-942, 2012
Nest attendance of lactating females in a wild house mouse population: benefits associated with communal nesting
Y Auclair, B König, M Ferrari, N Perony, AK Lindholm
Animal Behaviour 92, 143-149, 2014
Personality and body condition have additive effects on motivation to feed in Zebra Finches Taeniopygia guttata
M David, Y Auclair, LUCA GIRALDEAU, F Cézilly
Ibis 154 (2), 372-378, 2012
Socially mediated polyandry: a new benefit of communal nesting in mammals
Y Auclair, B König, AK Lindholm
Behavioral ecology 25 (6), 1467-1473, 2014
A selfish genetic element influencing longevity correlates with reactive behavioural traits in female house mice (Mus domesticus)
Y Auclair, B König, AK Lindholm
PLoS One 8 (6), e67130, 2013
Handling stress does not reflect personality in female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata).
M David, Y Auclair, FX Dechaume-Moncharmont, F Cézilly
Journal of Comparative Psychology 126 (1), 10, 2012
Pairing context determines condition-dependence of song rate in a monogamous passerine bird
M David, Y Auclair, SRX Dall, F Cézilly
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1753), 20122177, 2013
Population density and temperature influence the return on maternal investment in wild house mice
N Gerber, Y Auclair, B König, AK Lindholm
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 602359, 2021
Short and long-term fitness consequences of maternal care in wild house mice Mus musculus domesticus.
Y Auclair
University of Zurich, 2014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–10