David Wheatcroft
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Experimental evidence for compositional syntax in bird calls
TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft, M Griesser
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-7, 2016
A latitudinal gradient in rates of evolution of avian syllable diversity and song length
JT Weir, D Wheatcroft
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1712), 1713-1720, 2011
The increased risk of predation enhances cooperation
I Krams, A Bērziņš, T Krama, D Wheatcroft, K Igaune, MJ Rantala
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1681), 513-518, 2010
The role of ecological constraint in driving the evolution of avian song frequency across a latitudinal gradient
JT Weir, DJ Wheatcroft, TD Price
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (9), 2773-2783, 2012
Learning and signal copying facilitate communication among bird species
D Wheatcroft, TD Price
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1757), 20123070, 2013
Wild birds use an ordering rule to decode novel call sequences
TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft, M Griesser
Current Biology 27 (15), 2331-2336. e3, 2017
A blueprint for vocal learning: auditory predispositions from brains to genomes
D Wheatcroft, A Qvarnström
Biology letters 11 (8), 20150155, 2015
Rates of signal evolution are associated with the nature of interspecific communication
D Wheatcroft, TD Price
Behavioral ecology 26 (1), 83-90, 2015
Competition‐driven build‐up of habitat isolation and selection favoring modified dispersal patterns in a young avian hybrid zone
J Rybinski, PM Sirkiä, SE McFarlane, N Vallin, D Wheatcroft, M Ålund, ...
Evolution 70 (10), 2226-2238, 2016
Call combinations in birds and the evolution of compositional syntax
TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft, M Griesser
PLoS biology 16 (8), e2006532, 2018
Genetic divergence of early song discrimination between two young songbird species
D Wheatcroft, A Qvarnström
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (7), 1-8, 2017
Reciprocal cooperation in avian mobbing: playing nice pays
DJ Wheatcroft, TD Price
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (8), 416-419, 2008
Linking anti-predator behaviour and habitat quality: group effect in nest defence of a passerine bird
T Krama, A Bērziņš, S Rytkönen, MJ Rantala, D Wheatcroft, I Krams
Acta ethologica 15 (1), 127-134, 2012
Repetition rate of calls used in multiple contexts communicates presence of predators to nestlings and adult birds
D Wheatcroft
Animal Behaviour 103, 35-44, 2015
Response to Russell and Wright: avian mobbing
DJ Wheatcroft, I Krams
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 1 (24), 5-6, 2009
Syntactic rules in avian vocal sequences as a window into the evolution of compositionality
TN Suzuki, M Griesser, D Wheatcroft
Animal Behaviour 151, 267-274, 2019
From bird calls to human language: exploring the evolutionary drivers of compositional syntax
M Griesser, D Wheatcroft, TN Suzuki
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 21, 6-12, 2018
The syntax–semantics interface in animal vocal communication
TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft, M Griesser
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1789), 20180405, 2020
Reproductive character displacement of female, but not male song discrimination in an avian hybrid zone
D Wheatcroft, A Qvarnström
Evolution 71 (7), 1776-1786, 2017
Climate‐driven build‐up of temporal isolation within a recently formed avian hybrid zone
PM Sirkiä, SE McFarlane, W Jones, D Wheatcroft, M Ålund, J Rybinski, ...
Evolution 72 (2), 363-374, 2018
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