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Determining the fitness consequences of antipredation behavior
J Lind, W Cresswell
Behavioral Ecology 16 (5), 945-956, 2005
4312005
Background-matching and disruptive coloration, and the evolution of cryptic coloration
S Merilaita, J Lind
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1563), 665-670, 2005
2572005
Magnetic cues trigger extensive refuelling
T Fransson, S Jakobsson, P Johansson, C Kullberg, J Lind, A Vallin
Nature 414 (6859), 35-36, 2001
1992001
Prey survival by predator intimidation: an experimental study of peacock butterfly defence against blue tits
A Vallin, S Jakobsson, J Lind, C Wiklund
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1569), 1203-1207, 2005
1922005
Reduced take-off ability in robins (Erithacus rubecula) due to migratory fuel load
J Lind, T Fransson, S Jakobsson, C Kullberg
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46, 65-70, 1999
1641999
Animal memory: A review of delayed matching-to-sample data
J Lind, M Enquist, S Ghirlanda
Behavioural processes 117, 52-58, 2015
1562015
Predator‐hunting success and prey vulnerability: quantifying the spatial scale over which lethal and non‐lethal effects of predation occur
W Cresswell, J Lind, JL Quinn
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (3), 556-562, 2010
1102010
What can associative learning do for planning?
J Lind
Royal Society open science 5 (11), 180778, 2018
922018
Individual behavior and survival: the roles of predator avoidance, foraging success, and vigilance
A Sansom, J Lind, W Cresswell
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1168-1174, 2009
922009
An experimental study of predator recognition in great tit fledglings
C Kullberg, J Lind
Ethology 108 (5), 429-441, 2002
892002
Body building and concurrent mass loss: flight adaptations in tree sparrows
J Lind, S Jakobsson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
882001
Escape flight in moulting tree sparrows (Passer montanus)
J Lind
Functional Ecology, 29-35, 2001
852001
What limits predator detection in blue tits (Parus caeruleus): posture, task or orientation?
U Kaby, J Lind
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54, 534-538, 2003
792003
‘Dunbar's number’deconstructed
P Lindenfors, A Wartel, J Lind
Biology Letters 17 (5), 20210158, 2021
742021
Mass regulation in response to predation risk can indicate population declines
R MacLeod, J Lind, J Clark, W Cresswell
Ecology Letters 10 (10), 945-955, 2007
742007
Does an opportunistic predator preferentially attack nonvigilant prey?
W Cresswell, J Lind, U Kaby, JL Quinn, S Jakobsson
Animal Behaviour 66 (4), 643-648, 2003
722003
The power of associative learning and the ontogeny of optimal behaviour
M Enquist, J Lind, S Ghirlanda
Royal Society open science 3 (11), 160734, 2016
702016
Vigilance benefits and competition costs in groups: do individual redshanks gain an overall foraging benefit?
A Sansom, W Cresswell, J Minderman, J Lind
Animal behaviour 75 (6), 1869-1875, 2008
662008
‘Aesop's fable’experiments demonstrate trial-and-error learning in birds, but no causal understanding
S Ghirlanda, J Lind
Animal Behaviour 123, 239-247, 2017
652017
Anti-predation behaviour during bird migration; the benefit of studying multiple behavioural dimensions
J Lind, W Cresswell
Journal of Ornithology 147, 310-316, 2006
632006
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