Iain Barber
Iain Barber
Professor and Deputy Dean, Nottingham Trent University
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Effects of parasites on fish behaviour: a review and evolutionary perspective
I Barber, D Hoare, J Krause
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 10 (2), 131-165, 2000
4782000
Individual experience and evolutionary history of predation affect expression of heritable variation in fish personality and morphology
NJ Dingemanse, F Van der Plas, J Wright, D Réale, M Schrama, DA Roff, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1660), 1285-1293, 2009
2152009
Parasitism and the evolutionary ecology of animal personality
I Barber, NJ Dingemanse
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
2082010
Indirect fitness consequences of mate choice in sticklebacks: offspring of brighter males grow slowly but resist parasitic infections
I Barber, SA Arnott, VA Braithwaite, J Andrew, FA Huntingford
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
2072001
DNA sex identification in the three‐spined stickleback
R Griffiths, KL Orr, A Adam, I Barber
Journal of Fish Biology 57 (5), 1331-1334, 2000
1222000
Parasite–associated growth enhancement in a fish–cestode system
SA Arnott, I Barber, FA Huntingford
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1212000
Nests as ornaments: revealing construction by male sticklebacks
I Barber, D Nairn, FA Huntingford
Behavioral Ecology 12 (4), 390-396, 2001
1152001
Some (worms) like it hot: fish parasites grow faster in warmer water, and alter host thermal preferences
V Macnab, I Barber
Global Change Biology 18 (5), 1540-1548, 2012
1142012
Low level infection by eye fluke, Diplostomum spp., affects the vision of three‐spined sticklebacks, Gasterosteus aculeatus
SF Owen, I Barber, PJB Hart
Journal of Fish Biology 42 (5), 803-806, 1993
1141993
A receiver bias in the origin of three–spined stickleback mate choice
C Smith, I Barber, RJ Wootton, L Chittka
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1132004
The three-spined stickleback-Schistocephalus solidus system: an experimental model for investigating host-parasite interactions in fish
I Barber, JP Scharsack
Parasitology 137 (3), 411-424, 2010
1102010
Quantitative genetics of behavioural reaction norms: genetic correlations between personality and behavioural plasticity vary across stickleback populations
NJ Dingemanse, I Barber, J Wright, JE Brommer
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (3), 485-496, 2012
962012
Communication in troubled waters: responses of fish communication systems to changing environments
I Van der Sluijs, SM Gray, MCP Amorim, I Barber, U Candolin, AP Hendry, ...
Evolutionary Ecology 25 (3), 623-640, 2011
932011
The effect of Schistocephalus solidus (Cestoda: Pseudophyllidea) on the foraging and shoaling behaviour of three-spined sticklebacks, Gasterosteus aculeatus
I Barber, FA Huntingford
Behaviour 132 (15-16), 1223-1240, 1995
911995
Behavioural responses to simulated avian predation in female three spined sticklebacks: the effect of experimental Schistocephalus solidus infections
I Barber, PA Svensson, P Walker
Behaviour 141 (11-12), 1425-1440, 2004
842004
How strong are familiarity preferences in shoaling fish?
I Barber, HA Wright
Animal Behaviour 61 (5), 975-979, 2001
782001
Parasitism, oddity and the mechanism of shoal choice
I Barber, LC Downey, VA Braithwaite
Journal of Fish Biology 53 (6), 1365-1368, 1998
771998
Parasites, behaviour and welfare in fish
I Barber
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 104 (3-4), 251-264, 2007
762007
Shoaling behaviour of the two‐spotted goby
PA Svensson, I Barber, E Forsgren
Journal of Fish Biology 56 (6), 1477-1487, 2000
722000
Effects of experimental Schistocephalus solidus infections on growth, morphology and sexual development of female three-spined sticklebacks, Gasterosteus aculeatus
I Barber, PA Svensson
Parasitology 126 (4), 359-367, 2003
712003
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