|Mobile phone ownership and endorsement of “mHealth” among people with psychosis: a meta-analysis of cross-sectional studies|
J Firth, J Cotter, J Torous, S Bucci, JA Firth, AR Yung
Schizophrenia bulletin 42 (2), 448-455, 2016
|Consistent individual differences in the social phenotypes of wild great tits, Parus major|
LM Aplin, JA Firth, DR Farine, B Voelkl, RA Crates, A Culina, CJ Garroway, ...
Animal Behaviour 108, 117-127, 2015
|Recent natural selection causes adaptive evolution of an avian polygenic trait|
M Bosse, LG Spurgin, VN Laine, EF Cole, JA Firth, P Gienapp, AG Gosler, ...
Science 358 (6361), 365-368, 2017
|Inferring social structure from temporal data|
I Psorakis, B Voelkl, CJ Garroway, R Radersma, LM Aplin, RA Crates, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (5), 857-866, 2015
|The role of social and ecological processes in structuring animal populations: a case study from automated tracking of wild birds|
DR Farine, JA Firth, LM Aplin, RA Crates, A Culina, CJ Garroway, ...
Royal Society Open Science 2 (4), 150057, 2015
|The validity and value of self-reported physical activity and accelerometry in people with schizophrenia: a population-scale study of the UK Biobank|
J Firth, B Stubbs, D Vancampfort, FB Schuch, S Rosenbaum, PB Ward, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 44 (6), 1293-1300, 2018
|Experimental evidence that social relationships determine individual foraging behavior|
JA Firth, B Voelkl, DR Farine, BC Sheldon
Current Biology 25 (23), 3138-3143, 2015
|Experimental manipulation of avian social structure reveals segregation is carried over across contexts|
JA Firth, BC Sheldon
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1802), 20142350, 2015
|Pathways of information transmission among wild songbirds follow experimentally imposed changes in social foraging structure|
JA Firth, BC Sheldon, DR Farine
Biology letters 12 (6), 20160144, 2016
|Social carry‐over effects underpin trans‐seasonally linked structure in a wild bird population|
JA Firth, BC Sheldon
Ecology letters 19 (11), 1324-1332, 2016
|Grip strength is associated with cognitive performance in schizophrenia and the general population: a UK biobank study of 476559 participants|
J Firth, B Stubbs, D Vancampfort, JA Firth, M Large, S Rosenbaum, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 44 (4), 728-736, 2018
|The influence of nonrandom extra‐pair paternity on heritability estimates derived from wild pedigrees|
JA Firth, JD Hadfield, AW Santure, J Slate, BC Sheldon
Evolution 69 (5), 1336-1344, 2015
|The “online brain”: how the Internet may be changing our cognition|
J Firth, J Torous, B Stubbs, JA Firth, GZ Steiner, L Smith, ...
World Psychiatry 18 (2), 119-129, 2019
|Wild birds respond to flockmate loss by increasing their social network associations to others|
JA Firth, B Voelkl, RA Crates, LM Aplin, D Biro, DP Croft, BC Sheldon
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1854), 20170299, 2017
|Individual variation in winter supplementary food consumption and its consequences for reproduction in wild birds|
RA Crates, JA Firth, DR Farine, CJ Garroway, LR Kidd, LM Aplin, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 47 (5), 678-689, 2016
|Association between muscular strength and cognition in people with major depression or bipolar disorder and healthy controls|
J Firth, JA Firth, B Stubbs, D Vancampfort, FB Schuch, M Hallgren, ...
JAMA psychiatry 75 (7), 740-746, 2018
|Indirectly connected: simple social differences can explain the causes and apparent consequences of complex social network positions|
JA Firth, BC Sheldon, LJN Brent
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1867), 20171939, 2017
|Male great tits assort by personality during the breeding season|
KVA Johnson, LM Aplin, EF Cole, DR Farine, JA Firth, SC Patrick, ...
Animal behaviour 128, 21-32, 2017
|Nonlethal predator effects on the turn-over of wild bird flocks|
B Voelkl, JA Firth, BC Sheldon
Scientific reports 6, 33476, 2016
|Predators attacking virtual prey reveal the costs and benefits of leadership|
CC Ioannou, F Rocque, JE Herbert-Read, C Duffield, JA Firth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (18), 8925-8930, 2019