John L. Quinn
John L. Quinn
School of BEES, University College Cork, Ireland
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TitleCited byYear
Variation in personality and behavioural plasticity across four populations of the great tit Parus major
NJ Dingemanse, KM Bouwman, M van de Pol, T van Overveld, SC Patrick, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 81, 116-126, 2012
Noise, predation risk compensation and vigilance in the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs
J L. Quinn, M J. Whittingham, S J. Butler, W Cresswell
Journal of Avian biology 37 (6), 601-608, 2006
Personality and problem-solving performance explain competitive ability in the wild
EF Cole, JL Quinn
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279, 1168-1175, 2012
Heterogeneous selection on a heritable temperament trait in a variable environment
JL Quinn, SC Patrick, S Bouwhuis, TA Wilkin, BC Sheldon
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (6), 1203-1215, 2009
Personality, anti-predation behaviour and behavioural plasticity in the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs
JL Quinn, W Cresswell
Behaviour, 1377-1402, 2005
Cognitive ability influences reproductive life history variation in the wild
EF Cole, J Morand-Ferron, AE Hinks, JL Quinn
Current Biology 22 (19), 1808-12, 2012
Predator hunting behaviour and prey vulnerability
JL Quinn, W Cresswell
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (1), 143-154, 2004
Individual variation in spontaneous problem-solving performance among wild great tits
EF Cole, DL Cram, JL Quinn
Animal Behaviour 81 (2), 491-498, 2011
Association between DRD4 gene polymorphism and personality variation in great tits: a test across four wild populations
P Korsten, JC Mueller, C Hermannstädter, KM Bouwman, NJ Dingemanse, ...
Molecular ecology 19 (4), 832-843, 2010
The effect of limited visibility on vigilance behaviour and speed of predator detection: implications for the conservation of granivorous passerines
MJ Whittingham, SJ Butler, JL Quinn, W Cresswell
Oikos 106 (2), 377-385, 2004
Larger groups of passerines are more efficient problem solvers in the wild
J Morand-Ferron, JL Quinn
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (38), 15898-15903, 2011
Protective nesting associations in birds
JL Quinn, M Ueta
Ibis 150, 146-167, 2008
Who are the innovators? A field experiment with 2 passerine species
J Morand-Ferron, EF Cole, JEC Rawles, JL Quinn
Behavioral Ecology 22 (6), 1241-1248, 2011
Studying the evolutionary ecology of cognition in the wild: a review of practical and conceptual challenges
J Morand‐Ferron, EF Cole, JL Quinn
Biological Reviews 91 (2), 367-389, 2016
Personality predicts individual responsiveness to the risks of starvation and predation
JL Quinn, EF Cole, J Bates, RW Payne, W Cresswell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279, 1919–1926, 2012
Multiple effects of weather on the starvation and predation risk trade‐off in choice of feeding location in Redshanks
M Yasué, JL Quinn, W Cresswell
Functional Ecology 17 (6), 727-736, 2003
Good foragers can also be good at detecting predators
W Cresswell, JL Quinn, MJ Whittingham, S Butler
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
Predator‐hunting success and prey vulnerability: quantifying the spatial scale over which lethal and non‐lethal effects of predation occur
W Cresswell, J Lind, JL Quinn
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (3), 556-562, 2010
Predator protection or similar habitat selection in red-breasted goose nesting associations: extremes along a continuum
JL Quinn, J Prop, Y Kokorev, JM Black
Animal Behaviour 65 (2), 297-307, 2003
Shy birds play it safe: personality in captivity predicts risk responsiveness during reproduction in the wild
EF Cole, JL Quinn
Biology letters 10 (5), 20140178, 2014
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