Raleigh Robertson
Raleigh Robertson
Professor of Biology, Queen's University
Verified email at queensu.ca
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Offspring quality and the polygyny threshold:" the sexy son hypothesis"
PJ Weatherhead, RJ Robertson
The American Naturalist 113 (2), 201-208, 1979
Tree swallow: Tachycineta bicolor
RJ Robertson, BJ Stutchbury, RR Cohen
American Ornithologists' Union, 1992
The relationship between fitness and baseline glucocorticoids in a passerine bird
F Bonier, IT Moore, PR Martin, RJ Robertson
General and comparative endocrinology 163 (1-2), 208-213, 2009
Extra-pair paternity in monogamous tree swallows
JT Lifjeld, PO Dunn, RJ Robertson, PT Boag
Animal Behaviour 45 (2), 213-229, 1993
Confidence of paternity and male parental care
LA Whittingham, PD Taylor, RJ Robertson
The American Naturalist 139 (5), 1115-1125, 1992
Extrapair paternity and egg hatchability in tree swallows: evidence for the genetic compatibility hypothesis?
B Kempenaers, B Congdon, P Boag, RJ Robertson
Behavioral Ecology 10 (3), 304-311, 1999
Describing breeding territories of migratory passerines: suggestions for sampling, choice of estimator, and delineation of core areas
JJ Barg, J Jones, RJ Robertson
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (1), 139-149, 2005
Nest-site characteristics, reproductive success and cavity availability for Tree Swallows breeding in natural cavities
WB Rendell, RJ Robertson
The Condor 91 (4), 875-885, 1989
Female control of extra-pair fertilization in tree swallows
JT Lifjeld, RJ Robertson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 31 (2), 89-96, 1992
The perceived impact of child care costs on women’s labor supply and fertility
KO Mason, K Kuhlthau
Demography 29 (4), 523-543, 1992
Immune defense and host sociality: a comparative study of swallows and martins
AP Møller, S Merino, CR Brown, RJ Robertson
The American Naturalist 158 (2), 136-145, 2001
A test of the mismatch hypothesis: How is timing of reproduction related to food abundance in an aerial insectivore?
PO Dunn, DW Winkler, LA Whittingham, SJ Hannon, RJ Robertson
Ecology 92 (2), 450-461, 2011
Effects of breeding density, synchrony, and experience on extrapair paternity in tree swallows
PO Dunn, LA Whittingham, JT Lifjeld, RJ Robertson, PT Boag
Behavioral Ecology 5 (2), 123-129, 1994
The stress of parenthood? Increased glucocorticoids in birds with experimentally enlarged broods
F Bonier, IT Moore, RJ Robertson
Biology letters 7 (6), 944-946, 2011
The function and evolution of aggressive host behavior towards the Brown-headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater)
RJ Robertson, RF Norman
Canadian Journal of Zoology 55 (3), 508-518, 1977
A comparison of the breeding ecology of a secondary cavity nesting bird, the Tree Swallow (Tachycineta bicolor), in nest boxes and natural cavities
RJ Robertson, WB Rendell
Canadian Journal of Zoology 68 (5), 1046-1052, 1990
Behavioral defenses to brood parasitism by potential hosts of the Brown-headed Cowbird
RJ Robertson, RF Norman
The Condor 78 (2), 166-173, 1976
Extra-pair paternity in tree swallows: why do females mate with more than one male?
PO Dunn, RJ Robertson, D Michaud-Freeman, PT Boag
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 35 (4), 273-281, 1994
Intraspecific variation in sperm length is negatively related to sperm competition in passerine birds
O Kleven, T Laskemoen, F Fossøy, RJ Robertson, JT Lifjeld
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (2), 494-499, 2008
Optimal niche space of the redwinged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus). I. Nesting success in marsh and upland habitat
RJ Robertson
Canadian Journal of Zoology 50 (2), 247-263, 1972
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