Hansjoerg Kunc
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Behavioral plasticity allows short-term adjustment to a novel environment
K Gross, G Pasinelli, HP Kunc
The American Naturalist 176 (4), 456-464, 2010
1962010
Early birds are sexy: male age, dawn song and extrapair paternity in blue tits, Cyanistes (formerly Parus) caeruleus
A Poesel, HP Kunc, K Foerster, A Johnsen, B Kempenaers
Animal Behaviour 72 (3), 531-538, 2006
1782006
Aquatic noise pollution: implications for individuals, populations, and ecosystems
HP Kunc, KE McLaughlin, R Schmidt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1836), 20160839, 2016
1162016
Seasonal Patterns of Singing Activity Vary With Time of day in The Nightingale (Luscinia Megarhynchos)
V Amrhein, HP Kunc, M Naguib
The Auk 121 (1), 110-117, 2004
852004
Non–territorial nightingales prospect territories during the dawn chorus
V Amrhein, HP Kunc, M Naguib
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
832004
Vocal interactions in nightingales, Luscinia megarhynchos: more aggressive males have higher pairing success
HP Kunc, V Amrhein, M Naguib
Animal Behaviour 72 (1), 25-30, 2006
792006
Phenotypic plasticity affects the response of a sexually selected trait to anthropogenic noise
MJ Montague, M Danek-Gontard, HP Kunc
Behavioral Ecology 24 (2), 343-348, 2013
782013
Effects of territorial intrusions on eavesdropping neighbors: communication networks in nightingales
M Naguib, V Amrhein, HP Kunc
Behavioral Ecology 15 (6), 1011-1015, 2004
772004
Experimentally increased noise levels change spatial and singing behaviour
KE McLaughlin, HP Kunc
Biology letters 9 (1), 20120771, 2013
722013
Seasonal variation in dawn song characteristics in the common nightingale
HP Kunc, V Amrhein, M Naguib
Animal Behaviour 70 (6), 1265-1271, 2005
712005
Anthropogenic noise affects behavior across sensory modalities
HP Kunc, GN Lyons, JD Sigwart, KE McLaughlin, JDR Houghton
The American Naturalist 184 (4), E93-E100, 2014
592014
Aggressive responses to broadband trills are related to subsequent pairing success in nightingales
R Schmidt, HP Kunc, V Amrhein, M Naguib
Behavioral Ecology 19 (3), 635-641, 2008
552008
Temporal patterns of territory settlement and detectability in mated and unmated Nightingales Luscinia megarhynchos
V Amrhein, HP Kunc, R Schmidt, M Naguib
Ibis 149 (2), 237-244, 2007
532007
The natural plasma testosterone profile of male blue tits during the breeding season and its relation to song output
K Foerster, A Poesel, H Kunc, B Kempenaers
Journal of Avian Biology 33 (3), 269-275, 2002
502002
Anthropogenic noise affects vocal interactions
H McMullen, R Schmidt, HP Kunc
Behavioural processes 103, 125-128, 2014
462014
The day after: effects of vocal interactions on territory defence in nightingales
R Schmidt, V Amrhein, HP Kunc, M Naguib
Journal of Animal Ecology, 168-173, 2007
462007
Sexy voices–no choices: male song in noise fails to attract females
R Schmidt, A Morrison, HP Kunc
Animal Behaviour 94, 55-59, 2014
432014
Vocal interactions in common nightingales (Luscinia megarhynchos): males take it easy after pairing
HP Kunc, V Amrhein, M Naguib
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (4), 557-563, 2007
352007
Calling in the gap: competition or cooperation in littermates' begging behaviour?
JR Madden, HP Kunc, S English, MB Manser, TH Clutton-Brock
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1660), 1255-1262, 2009
342009
Begging signals in a mobile feeding system: the evolution of different call types
HP Kunc, JR Madden, MB Manser
The American Naturalist 170 (4), 617-624, 2007
332007
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