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    Forstmeier, W.; Wagenmakers, E.-J.; Parker, T. H.: Detecting and avoiding likely false-positive findings - A practical guide. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 92 (4), S. 1941 - 1968 (2017)
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    Forstmeier, W.; Ihle, M.; Opatová, P.; Martin, K.; Knief, U.; Albrechtová, J.; Albrecht, T.; Kempenaers, B.: Testing the phenotype-linked fertility hypothesis in the presence and absence of inbreeding. The Journal of Experimental Biology 30 (5), S. 968 - 976 (2017)
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    Forstmeier, W.: Preregister now for an upgrade to Behavioral Ecology 2.0: A comment on Ihle et al. Behavioral Ecology 28 (2), S. 358 - 359 (2017)
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    Griffith, S. C.; Crino, O. L.; Andrew, S. C.; Nomano, F. Y.; Adkins-Regan, E.; Alonso-Alvarez, C.; Bailey, I. E.; Bittner, S. S.; Bolton, P. E.; Boner, W. et al.; Boogert, N.; Boucaud, I. C. A.; Briga, M.; Buchanan, K. L.; Caspers, B. A.; Cichon, M.; Clayton, D. F.; Deregnaucourt, S.; Forstmeier, W.; Guillette, L. M.; Hartley, I. R.; Healy, S. D.; Hill, D. L.; Holveck, M.-J.; Hurley, L. L.; Ihle, M.; Krause, E. T.; Mainwaring, M. C.; Marasco, V.; Mariette, M. M.; Martin-Wintle, M. S.; McCowan, L. S. C.; McMahon, M.; Monaghan, P.; Nager, R. G.; Naguib, M.; Nord, A.; Potvin, D. A.; Prior, N. H.; Riebel, K.; Romero-Haro, A. A.; Royle, N. J.; Rutkowska, J.; Schuett, W.; Swaddle, J. P.; Tobler, M.; Trompf, L.; Varian-Ramos, C. W.; Vignal, C.; Villain, A. S.; Williams, T. D.: Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: Methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities. Ethology 123 (1), S. 1 - 29 (2017)
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    Knief, U.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Meiotic recombination shapes precision of pedigree- and marker-based estimates of inbreeding. Heredity 118, S. 239 - 248 (2017)
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    Knief, U.; Schielzeth, H.; Backström, N.; Hemmrich-Stanisak, G.; Wittig, M.; Franke, A.; Griffith, S. C.; Ellegren, H.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Association mapping of morphological traits in wild and captive zebra finches: Reliable within, but not between populations. Molecular Ecology 26 (5), S. 1285 - 1305 (2017)
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    Knief, U.; Forstmeier, W.; Pei, Y.; Ihle, M.; Wang, D.; Martin, K.; Opatová, P.; Albrechtová, J.; Wittig, M.; Franke, A. et al.; Albrecht, T.; Kempenaers, B.: A sex-chromosome inversion causes strong overdominance for sperm traits that affect siring success. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (1), S. 1177 - 1184 (2017)
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    Wang, D.; Kempenaers, N.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Male zebra finches have limited ability to identify high-fecundity females. Behavioral Ecology 28 (3), S. 784 - 792 (2017)
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    Wang, D.; Forstmeier, W.; Kempenaers, B.: No mutual mate choice for quality in zebra finches: Time to question a widely-held assumption. Evolution (2017)
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    Knief, U.; Forstmeier, W.: Mapping centromeres of microchromosomes in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) using half-tetrad analysis. Chromosoma: Biology of the Nucleus 125 (4), S. 757 - 768 (2016)
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    Knief, U.; Hemmrich-Stanisak, G.; Wittig, M.; Franke, A.; Griffith, S. C.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Fitness consequences of polymorphic inversions in the zebra finch genome. Genome Biology 17, 199 (2016)
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    Lindholm, A. K.; Dyer, K. A.; Firman, R. C.; Fishman, L.; Forstmeier, W.; Holman, L.; Johannesson, H.; Knief, U.; Kokko, H.; Larracuente, A. M. et al.; Manser, A.; Montchamp-Moreau, C.; Petrosyan, V. G.; Pomiankowski, A.; Presgraves, D. C.; Safronova, L. D.; Sutter, A.; Unckless, R. L.; Verspoor, R. L.; Wedell, N.; Wilkinson, G. S.; Price, T. A.R.: The ecology and evolutionary dynamics of meiotic drive. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31 (4), S. 315 - 326 (2016)
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    Opatová, P.; Ihle, M.; Albrechtová, J.; Tomásek, O.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.; Albrecht, T.: Inbreeding depression of sperm traits in the zebra finch Taeniopygia guttata. Ecology and Evolution 6 (1), S. 295 - 304 (2016)
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    Parker, T. H.; Forstmeier, W.; Koricheva, J.; Fidler, F.; Hadfield, J. D.; Chee, Y. E.; Kelly, C. D.; Gurevitch, J.; Nakagawa, S.: Fraud not a primary cause of irreproducible results: A reply to Clark et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31 (12), S. 900 - 900 (2016)
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    Parker, T. H.; Forstmeier, W.; Koricheva, J.; Fidler, F.; Hadfield, J. D.; Chee, Y. E.; Kelly, C. D.; Gurevitch, J.; Nakagawa, S.: Transparency in ecology and evolution: Real problems, real solutions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31 (9), S. 711 - 719 (2016)
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    Forstmeier, W.: Caution is needed when 90% of all possible estimates remain unpublished: A comment on Arct et al. Behavioral Ecology 26 (4), S. 972 - 973 (2015)
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    Ihle, M.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Fitness benefits of mate choice for compatibility in a socially monogamous species. PLoS Biology 13 (9), e1002248 (2015)
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    Knief, U.; Hemmrich-Stanisak, G.; Wittig, M.; Franke, A.; Griffith, S. C.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Quantifying realized inbreeding in wild and captive animal populations. Heredity 114 (4), S. 397 - 403 (2015)
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    Knief, U.; Schielzeth, H.; Ellegren, H.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: A prezygotic transmission distorter acting equally in female and male zebra finches Taeniopygia guttata. Molecular Ecology 24 (15), S. 3846 - 3859 (2015)
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    Riede, T.; Forstmeier, W.; Kempenaers, B.; Goller, F.: The functional morphology of male courtship displays in the Pectoral Sandpiper (Calidris melanotos). The Auk 132 (1), S. 65 - 77 (2015)
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    Evans, S. R.; Schielzeth, H.; Forstmeier, W.; Sheldon, B. C.; Husby, A.: Nonautosomal genetic variation in carotenoid coloration. American Naturalist 184 (3), S. 374 - 383 (2014)
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    Forstmeier, W.; Nakagawa, S.; Griffith, S. C.; Kempenaers, B.: Female extra-pair mating: Adaptation or genetic constraint? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29 (8), S. 456 - 464 (2014)
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    Girndt, A.; Knief, U.; Forstmeier, W.; Kempenaers, B.: Triploid ZZZ zebra finches Taeniopygia guttata exhibit abnormal sperm heads and poor reproductive performance. Ibis 156 (2), S. 472 - 477 (2014)
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    Rojas Mora, A.; Forstmeier, W.: The importance of validating experimental setups: Lessons from studies of food choice copying in zebra finches. Ethology 120 (9), S. 913 - 922 (2014)
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    Husby, A.; Schielzeth, H.; Forstmeier, W.; Gustafsson, L.; Qvarnstroem, A.: Sex chromosome linked genetic variance and the evolution of sexual dimorphism of quantitative traits. Evolution 67 (3), S. 609 - 619 (2013)
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    Ihle, M.; Forstmeier, W.: Revisiting the evidence for inbreeding avoidance in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology 24 (6), S. 1356 - 1362 (2013)
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    Ihle, M.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Does hatching failure breed infidelity? Behavioral Ecology 24 (1), S. 119 - 127 (2013)
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    Mathot, K. J.; Martin, K.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Basal metabolic rate can evolve independently of morphological and behavioural traits. Heredity 111 (3), S. 175 - 181 (2013)
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    Reers, H.; Forstmeier, W.; Jacot, A.: Acoustic similarity to parental calls promotes response to unfamiliar calls in zebra finch fledglings. Animal Behaviour 86 (1), S. 159 - 167 (2013)
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    Atagan, Y.; Forstmeier, W.: Protein supplementation decreases courtship rate in the zebra finch. Animal Behaviour 83 (1), S. 69 - 74 (2012)
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    Bolund, E.; Schielzeth, H.; Forstmeier, W.: Singing activity stimulates partner reproductive investment rather than increasing paternity success in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (6), S. 975 - 984 (2012)
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    Forstmeier, W.; Schielzeth, H.; Mueller, J. C.; Ellegren, H.; Kempenaers, B.: Heterozygosity-fitness correlations in zebra finches: microsatellite markers can be better than their reputation. Molecular Ecology 21 (13), S. 3237 - 3249 (2012)
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    Knief, U.; Schielzeth, H.; Kempenaers, B.; Ellegren, H.; Forstmeier, W.: QTL and quantitative genetic analysis of beak morphology reveals patterns of standing genetic variation in an Estrildid finch. Molecular Ecology 21 (15), S. 3704 - 3717 (2012)
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    Schielzeth, H.; Forstmeier, W.; Kempenaers, B.; Ellegren, H.: QTL linkage mapping of wing length in zebra finch using genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphisms markers. Molecular Ecology 21 (2), S. 329 - 339 (2012)
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    Schielzeth, H.; Kempenaers, B.; Ellegren, H.; Forstmeier, W.: QTL linkage mapping of zebra finch beak color shows an oligogenic control of a sexually selected trait. Evolution 66 (1), S. 18 - 30 (2012)
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    Seguin, A.; Forstmeier, W.: No band color effects on male courtship rate or body mass in the zebra finch: Four experiments and a meta-analysis. PLoS One 7 (6), e37785 (2012)
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    Van Dongen, S.; Forstmeier, W.: Lack of genetic variation in developmental instability in zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) wing and tarsus. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14 (3), S. 285 - 298 (2012)
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    Bolund, E.; Schielzeth, H.; Forstmeier, W.: Correlates of male fitness in captive zebra finches - a comparison of methods to disentangle genetic and environmental effects. BMC Evolutionary Biology 11, 327 (2011)
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    Forstmeier, W.: Women have Relatively Larger Brains than Men: A Comment on the Misuse of General Linear Models in the Study of Sexual Dimorphism. Anatomical Record-Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology 294 (11), S. 1856 - 1863 (2011)
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    Forstmeier, W.; Martin, K.; Bolund, E.; Schielzeth, H.; Kempenaers, B.: Female extrapair mating behavior can evolve via indirect selection on males. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108 (26), S. 10608 - 10613 (2011)
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    Forstmeier, W.; Schielzeth, H.: Cryptic multiple hypotheses testing in linear models: Overestimated effect sizes and the winner's curse. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (1), S. 47 - 55 (2011)
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    Reers, H.; Jacot, A.; Forstmeier, W.: Do zebra finch parents fail to recognise their own offspring? PLoS One 6 (4), e18466 (2011)
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    Schielzeth, H.; Bolund, E.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Quantitative genetics and fitness consequences of neophilia in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology 22 (1), S. 126 - 134 (2011)
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    Backstrom, N.; Forstmeier, W.; Schielzeth, H.; Mellenius, H.; Nam, K.; Bolund, E.; Webster, M. T.; Ost, T.; Schneider, M.; Kempenaers, B. et al.; Ellegren, H.: The recombination landscape of the zebra finch Taeniopygia guttata genome. Genome Research 20 (4), S. 485 - 495 (2010)
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    Bolund, E.; Martin, K.; Kempenaers, B.; Forstmeier, W.: Inbreeding depression of sexually selected traits and attractiveness in the zebra finch. Animal Behaviour 79 (4), S. 947 - 955 (2010)
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    Bolund, E.; Schielzeth, H.; Forstmeier, W.: No heightened condition dependence of zebra finch ornaments - a quantitative genetic approach. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (3), S. 586 - 597 (2010)
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    Forstmeier, W.; Ellegren, H.: Trisomy and triploidy are sources of embryo mortality in the zebra finch. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1694), S. 2655 - 2660 (2010)
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    Forstmeier, W.; Mueller, J. C.; Kempenaers, B.: A polymorphism in the oestrogen receptor gene explains covariance between digit ratio and mating behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1698), S. 3353 - 3361 (2010)
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    Jacot, A.; Reers, H.; Forstmeier, W.: Individual recognition and potential recognition errors in parent-offspring communication. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64 (10), S. 1515 - 1525 (2010)
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    Rochester, J. R.; Forstmeier, W.; Millam, J. R.: Post-hatch oral estrogen in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata): Is infertility due to disrupted testes morphology or reduced copulatory behavior? Physiology & Behavior 101 (1), S. 13 - 21 (2010)
 
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