T.G.G.Groothuis
T.G.G.Groothuis
prof of Behavioural Biology, University of Groningen, NL
Verified email at rug.nl
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Maternal hormones as a tool to adjust offspring phenotype in avian species
TGG Groothuis, W Müller, N von Engelhardt, C Carere, C Eising
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (2), 329-352, 2005
8222005
The development of animal personality: relevance, concepts and perspectives
J Stamps, TGG Groothuis
Biological Reviews 85 (2), 301-325, 2010
6782010
Avian personalities: characterization and epigenesis
TGG Groothuis, C Carere
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (1), 137-150, 2005
5452005
Maternal androgens in black-headed gull (Larus ridibundus) eggs: consequences for chick development
CM Eising, C Eikenaar, H Schwabl, TGG Groothuis
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
4322001
Hormone-mediated maternal effects in birds: mechanisms matter but what do we know of them?
TGG Groothuis, H Schwabl
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
4002008
Induction of depressed and elated mood by music influences the perception of facial emotional expressions in healthy subjects
AL Bouhuys, GM Bloem, TGG Groothuis
Journal of affective disorders 33 (4), 215-226, 1995
3011995
Fecal corticosteroids in a territorial bird selected for different personalities: daily rhythm and the response to social stress
C Carere, TGG Groothuis, E Möstl, S Daan, JM Koolhaas
Hormones and Behavior 43 (5), 540-548, 2003
3002003
Personalities in great tits, Parus major: stability and consistency
C Carere, PJ Drent, L Privitera, JM Koolhaas, TGG Groothuis
Animal Behaviour 70 (4), 795-805, 2005
2702005
Developmental perspectives on personality: implications for ecological and evolutionary studies of individual differences
JA Stamps, TGG Groothuis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
2332010
Yolk androgens and begging behaviour in black-headed gull chicks: an experimental field study
CM Eising, TGG Groothuis
Animal Behaviour 66 (6), 1027-1034, 2003
2152003
Sex-specific effects of yolk testosterone on survival, begging and growth of zebra finches
N Von Engelhardt, C Carere, C Dijkstra, T GG Groothuis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1582), 65-70, 2006
1752006
Determinants of within‐and among‐clutch variation in levels of maternal hormones in Black‐Headed Gull eggs
G TG
Functional Ecology 16 (3), 281-289, 2002
1682002
Prenatal stress in birds: Pathways, effects, function and perspectives
R Henriksen, S Rettenbacher, TGG Groothuis
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35 (7), 1484-1501, 2011
1642011
Avian mothers create different phenotypes by hormone deposition in their eggs
CM Eising, W Müller, TGG Groothuis
Biology Letters 2 (1), 20-22, 2006
1622006
Prenatal androgen exposure modulates cellular and humoral immune function of black-headed gull chicks
W Müller, TGG Groothuis, A Kasprzik, C Dijkstra, RV Alatalo, H Siitari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1575), 1971-1977, 2005
1502005
Epigenetic effects on personality traits: early food provisioning and sibling competition
TGG Groothuis, JM Koolhaas, PJ Drent, C Carere
Behaviour 142 (9-10), 1329-1355, 2005
1472005
Balancing between costs and benefits of maternal hormone deposition in avian eggs
TGG Groothuis, CM Eising, C Dijkstra, W Müller
Biology Letters 1 (1), 78-81, 2005
1462005
Sex differences in yolk hormones depend on maternal social status in Leghorn chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus)
W Müller, CM Eising, C Dijkstra, TGG Groothuis
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
1452002
Effect of social defeat in a territorial bird (Parus major) selected for different coping styles
C Carere, D Welink, PJ Drent, JM Koolhaas, TGG Groothuis
Physiology & behavior 73 (3), 427-433, 2001
1402001
Unfolding personalities: the importance of studying ontogeny
TGG Groothuis, F Trillmich
Developmental psychobiology 53 (6), 641-655, 2011
1322011
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