Wolfgang Goymann
Wolfgang Goymann
Max Planck Institute for Biological Intelligence
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Allostatic load, social status and stress hormones: the costs of social status matter
W Goymann, JC Wingfield
Animal Behaviour 67 (3), 591-602, 2004
The ecology of stress: effects of the social environment
S Creel, B Dantzer, W Goymann, DR Rubenstein
Functional Ecology 27, 66-80, 2012
On the use of non‐invasive hormone research in uncontrolled, natural environments: the problem with sex, diet, metabolic rate and the individual
W Goymann
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (4), 757-765, 2012
Distinguishing seasonal androgen responses from male–male androgen responsiveness—revisiting the challenge hypothesis
W Goymann, MM Landys, JC Wingfield
Hormones and behavior 51 (4), 463-476, 2007
Noninvasive monitoring of hormones in bird droppings: physiological validation, sampling, extraction, sex differences, and the influence of diet on hormone metabolite levels
W Goymann
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1046 (1), 35-53, 2005
Noninvasive fecal monitoring of glucocorticoids in spotted hyenas, Crocuta crocuta
W Goymann, E Möstl, T Van't Hof, ML East, H Hofer
General and Comparative Endocrinology 114 (3), 340-348, 1999
Endocrine mechanisms, behavioral phenotypes and plasticity: known relationships and open questions
M Hau, W Goymann
Frontiers in Zoology 12 (Suppl 1), S7, 2015
Urban-like night illumination reduces melatonin release in European blackbirds (Turdus merula): implications of city life for biological time-keeping of songbirds
DM Dominoni, W Goymann, B Helm, J Partecke
Frontiers in Zoology 10 (1), 60, 2013
Body fat influences departure from stopover sites in migratory birds: evidence from whole-island telemetry
W Goymann, F Spina, A Ferri, L Fusani
Biology Letters 6 (4), 478-481, 2010
Testosterone in tropical birds: effects of environmental and social factors
W Goymann, IT Moore, A Scheuerlein, K Hirschenhauser, A Grafen, ...
The American Naturalist 164 (3), 327-334, 2004
Hormonal mechanisms of cooperative behaviour
MC Soares, R Bshary, L Fusani, W Goymann, M Hau, K Hirschenhauser, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
Social, state-dependent and environmental modulation of faecal corticosteroid levels in free-ranging female spotted hyenas
W Goymann, ML East, B Wachter, OP Höner, E Möstl, TJ Van't Holf, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
Social modulation of androgens in male birds
W Goymann
General and Comparative Endocrinology 163 (1-2), 149-157, 2009
Stopover decision during migration: physiological conditions predict nocturnal restlessness in wild passerines
L Fusani, M Cardinale, C Carere, W Goymann
Biology Letters 5 (3), 302-305, 2009
Contexts and ethology of vertebrate aggression: implications for the evolution of hormone-behavior interactions
JC Wingfield, IT Moore, W Goymann, DW Wacker, T Sperry
Biology of aggression 1, 179-210, 2006
Low ambient temperature increases food intake and dropping production, leading to incorrect estimates of hormone metabolite concentrations in European stonechats
W Goymann, M Trappschuh, W Jensen, I Schwabl
Hormones and Behavior 49 (5), 644-653, 2006
Constitutive immune function responds more slowly to handling stress than corticosterone in a shorebird
DM Buehler, N Bhola, D Barjaktarov, W Goymann, I Schwabl, BI Tieleman, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81 (5), 673-681, 2008
Male-to-female testosterone ratios, dimorphism, and life history—what does it really tell us?
W Goymann, JC Wingfield
Behavioral Ecology 25 (4), 685-699, 2014
Impact of season and social challenge on testosterone and corticosterone levels in a year-round territorial bird
MM Landys, W Goymann, I Schwabl, M Trapschuh, T Slagsvold
Hormones and Behavior 58 (2), 317-325, 2010
Competing females and caring males. Sex steroids in African black coucals, Centropus grillii
W Goymann, JC Wingfield
Animal Behaviour 68 (4), 733-740, 2004
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