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Tebbich, S.; Teschke, I.: Why do woodpecker finches use tools? In: Tool use in animals. Cognition and ecology, pp. 134 - 158 (Eds. Sanz, C. M.; Call, J.; Boesch, C.). Cambridge University Press (2013)
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Fidler, A.: Personality-associated genetic variation in birds and its possible significance for avian evolution, conservation, and welfare. In: From genes to animal behavior: Social structures, personalities, comminication by color, pp. 275 - 294 (Eds. Inoue-Murayama, M.; Kawamura, S.; Weiss, A.) (2011)
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Boulinier, T.; Charmantier, A.; Doligez, B.; Doutrelant, C.; Ganem, G.; Grégoire, A.; Leitao, A.; Monnin, T.: Écologie comportementale: Une approche évolutive du comportement. In: Biologie évolutive, pp. 491 - 532 (Eds. Thomas, F.; Lefèvre, T.; Raymond, M.). De Boeck Université, Bruxelles (2010)
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Goymann, W.: Pair-bonding, mating systems and hormones. In: Encyclopedia of animal behavior, Vol. 2, pp. 611 - 617 (Eds. Breed, M. D.; Moore, J.). Academic Press, Oxford (2010)
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Goymann, W.; Hofer, H.: Mating systems, social behaviour and hormones. In: Animal behaviour: Evolution and mechanisms, pp. 465 - 501 (Ed. Kappeler, P.). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg (2010)
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Kotrschal, K.; Scheiber, I. B. R.; Hirschenhauser, K.: Individual performance in complex social systems: The greylag goose example. In: Animal behaviour: Evolution and mechanisms, pp. 121 - 148 (Ed. Kappeler, P.). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg (2010)
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Salwiczek, L. H.; Wickler, W.: The shaping of animals’ minds. In: Making minds. The shaping of human minds through social context, pp. 179 - 195 (Eds. Hauf, P.; Försterling, F.). John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam, Philadelphia (2007)
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Goymann, W.: Verhaltensendokrinologie. In: Methoden der Verhaltensbiologie, pp. 190 - 195 (Ed. Naguib, M.). Springer, Berlin (2006)
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Wingfield, J. C.; Moore, I. T.; Goymann, W.; Wacker, D.; Sperry, T.: Contexts and ethology of vertebrate aggression: Implications for the evolution of hormone-behavior interactions. In: Biology of aggression, pp. 179 - 210 (Ed. Nelson, R.). Oxford University Press, New York (2005)
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