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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
A marker of biological ageing predicts adult risk preference in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2018
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Early-life begging effort reduces adult body mass but strengthens behavioural defence of the rate of energy intake in European starlings2018
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Why are there associations between telomere length and behaviour?2018
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Ben Brilot
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
et al.
A marker of biological age explains individual variation in the strength of the adult stress response2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Melissa Bateson
Adaptive principles of weight regulation: Insufficient, but perhaps necessary, for understanding obesity2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Childhood and adult socioeconomic position interact to predict health in mid life in a cohort of British women2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Detecting telomere elongation in longitudinal datasets: Analysis of a proposal by Simons, Stulp and Nakagawa2017
Vikki Neville
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dissociating the effects of alternative early-life feeding schedules on the development of adult depression-like phenotypes2017
Katie Rowberry
Professor Melissa Bateson
Do horses with poor welfare show 'pessimistic' cognitive biases?2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Clare Andrews
Thomas Bedford
Claire Kolenda
Dr Craig Parker
et al.
Early-life adversity accelerates cellular ageing and affects adult inflammation: Experimental evidence from the European starling2017
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