Cédric Zimmer
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Kin recognition and incest avoidance in a group-living insect
M Lihoreau, C Zimmer, C Rivault
Behavioral Ecology 18 (5), 880-887, 2007
872007
Developmental programming: cumulative effects of increased pre-hatching corticosterone levels and post-hatching unpredictable food availability on physiology and behaviour in …
C Zimmer, NJ Boogert, KA Spencer
Hormones and behavior 64 (3), 494-500, 2013
772013
Mutual mate choice: when it pays both sexes to avoid inbreeding
M Lihoreau, C Zimmer, C Rivault
PLoS One 3 (10), e3365, 2008
672008
Integrating ecological and evolutionary context in the study of maternal stress
MJ Sheriff, A Bell, R Boonstra, B Dantzer, SG Lavergne, KE McGhee, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 57 (3), 437-449, 2017
602017
Pre-and post-natal stress have opposing effects on social information use
NJ Boogert, C Zimmer, KA Spencer
Biology letters 9 (2), 20121088, 2013
572013
Modifications of glucocorticoid receptors mRNA expression in the hypothalamic‐pituitary‐adrenal axis in response to early‐life stress in female Japanese quail
C Zimmer, KA Spencer
Journal of Neuroendocrinology 26 (12), 853-860, 2014
502014
Hormones and fitness: evidence for trade-offs in glucocorticoid regulation across contexts
MN Vitousek, CC Taff, KK Hallinger, C Zimmer, DW Winkler
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 42, 2018
482018
Understanding context dependence in glucocorticoid–fitness relationships: the role of the nature of the challenge, the intensity and frequency of stressors, and life history
LA Schoenle, C Zimmer, MN Vitousek
Integrative and comparative biology 58 (4), 777-789, 2018
362018
Evidence of the trade-off between starvation and predation risks in ducks
C Zimmer, M Boos, N Poulin, A Gosler, O Petit, JP Robin
PLoS One 6 (7), e22352, 2011
322011
Post-hatching parental care behaviour and hormonal status in a precocial bird
M Boos, C Zimmer, A Carriere, JP Robin, O Petit
Behavioural processes 76 (3), 206-214, 2007
302007
On again, off again: Acute stress response and negative feedback together predict resilience to experimental challenges
C Zimmer, CC Taff, DR Ardia, TA Ryan, DW Winkler, MN Vitousek
Functional Ecology 33 (4), 619-628, 2019
292019
Transgenerational transmission of a stress-coping phenotype programmed by early-life stress in the Japanese quail
C Zimmer, M Larriva, NJ Boogert, KA Spencer
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-19, 2017
272017
The lingering impact of stress: brief acute glucocorticoid exposure has sustained, dose-dependent effects on reproduction
MN Vitousek, CC Taff, DR Ardia, JM Stedman, C Zimmer, TC Salzman, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1882), 20180722, 2018
262018
Efficacy of negative feedback in the HPA axis predicts recovery from acute challenges
CC Taff, C Zimmer, MN Vitousek
Biology letters 14 (7), 20180131, 2018
232018
Body mass variations in disturbed mallards Anas platyrhynchos fit to the mass‐dependent starvation‐predation risk trade‐off
C Zimmer, M Boos, O Petit, JP Robin
Journal of Avian Biology 41 (6), 637-644, 2010
212010
Behavioural adjustment in response to increased predation risk: a study in three duck species
C Zimmer, M Boos, F Bertrand, JP Robin, O Petit
PLoS One 6 (4), e18977, 2011
202011
Social behavioral changes in MPTP-treated monkey model of Parkinson's disease
E Durand, O Petit, L Tremblay, C Zimmer, V Sgambato-Faure, C Chassain, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 42, 2015
192015
Achromatic plumage brightness predicts stress resilience and social interactions in tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor)
CC Taff, C Zimmer, MN Vitousek
Behavioral Ecology 30 (3), 733-745, 2019
182019
Stress resilience and the dynamic regulation of glucocorticoids
MN Vitousek, CC Taff, TA Ryan, C Zimmer
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (2), 251-263, 2019
142019
Reduced resistance to oxidative stress during reproduction as a cost of early-life stress
C Zimmer, KA Spencer
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2015
142015
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20