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The evolution of parental optimism
DW Mock, LS Forbes
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 10 (3), 130-134, 1995
2381995
Habitat choice in breeding seabirds: when to cross the information barrier
LS Forbes, GW Kaiser
Oikos, 377-384, 1994
1551994
Parent-offspring conflict: a case of arrested development
DW Mock, LS Forbes
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 7 (12), 409-413, 1992
1271992
The evolutionary biology of spontaneous abortion in humans
LS Forbes
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 12 (11), 446-450, 1997
1211997
Does oxidative stress mediate the trade‐off between growth and self‐maintenance in structured families?
ME Hall, JD Blount, S Forbes, NJ Royle
Functional Ecology 24 (2), 365-373, 2010
1082010
Why parent birds play favourites
S Forbes, S Thornton, B Glassey, M Forbes, NJ Buckley
Nature 390 (6658), 351-352, 1997
1021997
Avian brood reduction and parent-offspring" conflict"
LS Forbes
The American Naturalist 142 (1), 82-117, 1993
941993
Insurance offspring and the evolution of avian clutch size
LS Forbes
Journal of Theoretical Biology 147 (3), 345-359, 1990
831990
Insurance offspring and brood reduction in a variable environment: the costs and benefits of pessimism
LS Forbes
Oikos, 325-332, 1991
821991
A natural history of families
S Forbes
Princeton University Press, 2007
812007
Life-history consequences of avian brood reduction
DW Mock, LS Forbes
The Auk 111 (1), 115-123, 1994
761994
Prey defences and predator handling behaviour: the dangerous prey hypothesis
LS Forbes
Oikos, 155-158, 1989
691989
Sibling symbiosis in nestling birds
S Forbes
The Auk 124 (1), 1-10, 2007
652007
Parental optimism and progeny choice: when is screening for offspring quality affordable
LS Forbes, DW Mock
Journal of Theoretical Biology 192 (1), 3-14, 1998
591998
Asymmetric sibling rivalry and nestling growth in red-winged blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus)
S Forbes, B Glassey
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 48, 413-417, 2000
562000
Multiple incentives for parental optimism and brood reduction in blackbirds
S Forbes, R Grosshans, B Glassey
Ecology 83 (9), 2529-2541, 2002
532002
Muting individual nestlings reduces parental foraging for the brood
B Glassey, S Forbes
Animal Behaviour 63 (4), 779-786, 2002
492002
Diving and foraging in the western grebe
RC Ydenberg, LS Forbes
Ornis Scandinavica, 129-133, 1988
491988
Begging and asymmetric nestling competition
B Glassey, S Forbes
The evolution of begging: competition, cooperation and communication, 269-281, 2002
482002
Pregnancy sickness and embryo quality
S Forbes
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 17 (3), 115-120, 2002
482002
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