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Thijs van Overveld
Thijs van Overveld
University of Granada (external member)
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Variation in personality and behavioural plasticity across four populations of the great tit Parus major
NJ Dingemanse, KM Bouwman, M van de Pol, T van Overveld, SC Patrick, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (1), 116-126, 2012
3012012
Personality and Nest Defence in the Great Tit (Parus major)
FA Hollander, T Van Overveld, I Tokka, E Matthysen
Ethology 114 (4), 405-412, 2008
1862008
Association between DRD4 gene polymorphism and personality variation in great tits: a test across four wild populations
P Korsten, JC Mueller, C Hermannstädter, KM Bouwman, NJ Dingemanse, ...
Molecular ecology 19 (4), 832-843, 2010
1772010
Personality predicts spatial responses to food manipulations in free-ranging great tits (Parus major)
T van Overveld, E Matthysen
Biology letters 6 (2), 187-190, 2010
1602010
Mutual ornamentation, age, and reproductive performance in the European starling
J Komdeur, M Oorebeek, T van Overveld, IC Cuthill
Behavioral Ecology 16 (4), 805-817, 2005
1322005
Genetic integration of local dispersal and exploratory behaviour in a wild bird
P Korsten, T van Overveld, F Adriaensen, E Matthysen
Nature Communications, 2013
1052013
Haplotype structure, adaptive history and associations with exploratory behaviour of the DRD4 gene region in four great tit (Parus major) populations
JC Mueller, P Korsten, C Hermannstaedter, T Feulner, NJ Dingemanse, ...
Molecular Ecology 22 (10), 2797-809, 2013
592013
Evaluating European LIFE conservation projects: Improvements in survival of an endangered vulture
JA Badia‐Boher, A Sanz‐Aguilar, M de la Riva, L Gangoso, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2019
442019
Postfledging family space use in great tits in relation to environmental and parental characteristics
T van Overveld, F Adriaensen, E Matthysen
Behavioral Ecology 22 (4), 899-907, 2011
442011
Food predictability and social status drive individual resource specializations in a territorial vulture
T van Overveld, M García-Alfonso, NJ Dingemanse, W Bouten, ...
Scientific Reports, 2018
432018
Seasonal- and sex-specific correlations between dispersal and exploratory behaviour in the great tit
T van Overveld, V Careau, F Adriaensen, E Matthysen
Oecologia, 2013
392013
Personality and Information Gathering in Free-Ranging Great Tits
T van Overveld, E Matthysen
PloS ONE 8 (2), e54199, 2013
372013
Integrating vulture social behaviour into conservation practice
T van Overveld, G Blanco, M Moleón, A Margalida, A Sanchez-Zapata, ...
Ornithological Applications, 2020
342020
Family movements before independence influence natal dispersal in a territorial songbird
E Matthysen, T Van Overveld, T Van de Casteele, F Adriaensen
Oecologia 162, 591-597, 2010
342010
Personality-dependent response to field playback in great tits: slow explorers can be strong responders
CGC Jacobs, T van Overveld, V Careau, E Matthysen, F Adriaensen, ...
Animal Behaviour 90, 65-71, 2014
332014
Heterogeneous selection on exploration behavior within and among West European populations of a passerine bird
A Mouchet, EF Cole, E Matthysen, M Nicolaus, JL Quinn, AM Roth, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (28), e2024994118, 2021
282021
No evidence for correlational selection on exploratory behaviour and natal dispersal in the great tit
T van Overveld, F Adriaensen, E Matthysen
Evolutionary Ecology 29, 137-156, 2015
172015
Seasonal grouping dynamics in a territorial vulture: ecological drivers and social consequences
T van Overveld, L Gangoso, M García-Alfonso, W Bouten, M de la Riva, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 2020
152020
Cosmetic coloration in Egyptian vultures: Mud bathing as a tool for social communication?
T van Overveld, M de la Riva, JA Donázar
Ecology, 2017
152017
Contrasting effects of reduced incubation cost on clutch attendance by male and female European starlings
MJL Magrath, T van Overveld, J Komdeur
Behaviour 142 (11-12), 1479-1493, 2005
112005
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