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Zeitschriftenartikel (22)

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    Smaldino, P. E.; Aplin, L. M.; Farine, D. R.: Do sigmoidal acquisition curves indicate conformity? bioRxiv (2018)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Morand-Ferron, J.: Stable producer–scrounger dynamics in wild birds: sociability and learning speed covary with scrounging behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1852), 20162872 (2017)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Sheldon, B. C.; McElreath, R.: Conformity does not perpetuate suboptimal traditions in a wild population of songbirds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (30), S. 7830 - 7837 (2017)
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    Firth, J. A.; Voelkl, B.; Crates, R. A.; Aplin, L. M.; Biro, D.; Croft, D. P.; Sheldon, B. C.: Wild birds respond to flockmate loss by increasing their social network associations to others. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1854), 20170299 (2017)
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    Johnson, K. V.-A.; Aplin, L. M.; Cole, E. F.; Farine, D. R.; Firth, J. A.; Patrick, S. C.; Sheldon, B. C.: Male great tits assort by personality during the breeding season. Animal Behaviour 128, S. 21 - 32 (2017)
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    Jones, T. B.; Aplin, L. M.; Devost, I.; Morand-Ferron, J.: Individual and ecological determinants of social information transmission in the wild. Animal Behaviour 129, S. 93 - 101 (2017)
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    Shultz, T. R.; Montrey, M.; Aplin, L. M.: Modelling the spread of innovation in wild birds. Interface: Journal of the Royal Society 14 (131), 20170215 (2017)
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    Aplin, L. M.: Understanding the multiple factors governing social learning and the diffusion of innovations. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 12, S. 59 - 65 (2016)
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    Crates, R. A.; Firth, J. A.; Farine, D. R.; Garroway, C. J.; Kidd, L. R.; Aplin, L. M.; Radersma, R.; Milligan, N. D.; Voelkl, B.; Culina, A. et al.; Verhelst, B. L.; Hinde, C. A.; Sheldon, B. C.: Individual variation in winter supplementary food consumption and its consequences for reproduction in wild birds. Journal of Avian Biology 47 (5), S. 678 - 689 (2016)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Farine, D. R.; Morand-Ferron, J.; Cockburn, A.; Thornton, A.; Sheldon, B. C.: Counting conformity: Evaluating the units of information in frequency-dependent social learning. Animal Behaviour 110, S. E5 - E8 (2015)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Firth, J. A.; Farine, D. R.; Voelkl, B.; Crates, R. A.; Culina, A.; Garroway, C. J.; Hinde, C. A.; Kidd, L. R.; Psorakis, I. et al.; Milligan, N. D.; Radersma, R.; Verhelst, B. L.; Sheldon, B. C.: Consistent individual differences in the social phenotypes of wild great tits, Parus major. Animal Behaviour 108, S. 117 - 127 (2015)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Farine, D. R.; Morand-Ferron, J.; Cockburn, A.; Thornton, A.; Sheldon, B. C.: Experimentally induced innovations lead to persistent culture via conformity in wild birds. Nature 518 (7540), S. 538 - 541 (2015)
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    Farine, D. R.; Firth, J. A.; Aplin, L. M.; Crates, R. A.; Culina, A.; Garroway, C. J.; Hinde, C. A.; Kidd, L. R.; Milligan, N. D.; Psorakis, I. et al.; Radersma, R.; Verhelst, B.; Voelkl, B.; Sheldon, B. C.: The role of social and ecological processes in structuring animal populations: a case study from automated tracking of wild birds. Royal Society Open Science 2 (4), 150057 (2015)
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    Farine, D. R.; Aplin, L. M.; Sheldon, B. C.; Hoppitt, W.: Interspecific social networks promote information transmission in wild songbirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1803), 20142804 (2015)
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    Morand-Ferron, J.; Hamblin, S.; Cole, E. F.; Aplin, L. M.; Quinn, J. L.: Taking the operant paradigm into the field: Associative learning in wild great tits. PLoS One 10 (8), e0133821 (2015)
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    Psorakis, I.; Voelkl, B.; Garroway, C. J.; Radersma, R.; Aplin, L. M.; Crates, R. A.; Culina, A.; Farine, D. R.; Firth, J. A.; Hinde, C. A. et al.; Kidd, L. R.; Milligan, N. D.; Roberts, S. J.; Verhelst, B.; Sheldon, B. C.: Inferring social structure from temporal data. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (5), S. 857 - 866 (2015)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Farine, D. R.; Mann, R. P.; Sheldon, B. C.: Individual-level personality influences social foraging and collective behaviour in wild birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1789), 20141016 (2014)
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    Farine, D. R.; Aplin, L. M.; Garroway, C. J.; Mann, R. P.; Sheldon, B. C.: Collective decision making and social interaction rules in mixed-species flocks of songbirds. Animal Behaviour 95, S. 173 - 182 (2014)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Farine, D. R.; Morand-Ferron, J.; Cole, E. F.; Cockburn, A.; Sheldon, B. C.: Individual personalities predict social behaviour in wild networks of great tits (Parus major). Ecology Letters 16 (11), S. 1365 - 1372 (2013)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Sheldon, B. C.; Morand-Ferron, J.: Milk bottles revisited: Social learning and individual variation in the blue tit, Cyanistes caeruleus. Animal Behaviour 85, S. 1225 - 1232 (2013)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Farine, D. R.; Morand-Ferron, J.; Sheldon, B. C.: Social networks predict patch discovery in a wild population of songbirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1745), S. 4199 - 4205 (2012)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Cockburn, A.: Ecological selection and sexual dimorphism in the sooty oystercatcher, Haematopus fuliginosus. Austral Ecology 37 (2), S. 248 - 257 (2012)

Buchkapitel (1)

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    Lefebvre, L.; Aplin, L. M.: Social learning and innovation. In: Avian cognition, S. 93 - 118 (Hg. ten Cate, C.; Healy, S. D.). Cambridge University Press (2017)
 
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