Browsing publications by Professor Melissa Bateson

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Melissa Bateson
Cumulative stress in research animals: Telomere attrition as a biomarker in a welfare context?2016
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Adaptive developmental plasticity: what is it, how can we recognize it and when can it evolve?2015
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Ben Brilot
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
An experimental demonstration that early-life competitive disadvantage accelerates telomere loss2015
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Development of a cognitive bias methodology for measuring low mood in chimpanzees2015
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Clare Andrews
Dr Ben Brilot
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
et al.
Developmental and familial predictors of adult cognitive traits in the European starling2015
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
Developmental telomere attrition predicts impulsive decision-making in adult starlings2015
Dr Clare Andrews
Jeremie Viviani
Thomas Bedford
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
et al.
Early life adversity increases foraging and information gathering in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2015
Dan O'Hagan
Dr Clare Andrews
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
et al.
Early life disadvantage strengthens flight performance trade-offs in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2015
Professor Melissa Bateson
Melissa Bateson2015
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Opposite Effects of Early-Life Competition and Developmental Telomere Attrition on Cognitive Biases in Juvenile European Starlings2015
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