Kate E. Lynch
Kate E. Lynch
Lecturer, History and Philosophy of Science, University of Melbourne
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How causal are microbiomes? A comparison with the Helicobacter pylori explanation of ulcers
KE Lynch, EC Parke, MA O’Malley
Biology & Philosophy 34 (6), 62, 2019
Interpreting heritability causally
KE Lynch, P Bourrat
Philosophy of Science 84 (1), 14-34, 2017
causal reasoning about human behavior genetics: synthesis and future directions
KE Lynch, ID Nimrod, PE Griffiths, J Morandini
Behavior Genetics 49 (2), 221-234, 2019
Nature-via-nurture and unravelling causality in evolutionary genetics
KE Lynch, DJ Kemp
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (1), 2-4, 2014
Heritability and causal reasoning
KE Lynch
Biology & Philosophy 32, 25-49, 2017
Genetic knowledge within a National Australian Sample: comparisons with other diverse populations
I Dar-Nimrod, G MacNevin, A Godwin, K Lynch, T Magory Cohen, ...
Public Health Genomics 21 (3-4), 133-143, 2019
Genetic essentialism: The mediating role of essentialist biases on the relationship between genetic knowledge and the interpretations of genetic information
I Dar-Nimrod, R Kuntzman, G MacNevin, K Lynch, M Woods, J Morandini
European Journal of Medical Genetics 64 (1), 104119, 2021
The meaning of “cause” in genetics
KE Lynch
Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine 11 (9), a040519, 2021
The effect of captive breeding upon adult thermal preference in the Queensland fruit fly (Bactrocera tryoni)
KE Lynch, TE White, DJ Kemp
Journal of thermal biology 78, 290-297, 2018
Effective conservation
KE Lynch, DT Blumstein
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 35 (10), 857-860, 2020
Heat stress survival and thermal tolerance of Australian stingless bees
S Nacko, MA Hall, R Gloag, KE Lynch, RN Spooner-Hart, JM Cook, ...
Journal of Thermal Biology 117, 103671, 2023
The ethics of intervening in animal behaviour for conservation
T van Dooren, CJ Price, PB Banks, O Berger-Tal, M Chrulew, J Johnson, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2023
Microbiome causality: further reflections (a response to our commentators)
KE Lynch, EC Parke, MA O’Malley
Biology & Philosophy 35 (2), 29, 2020
Innovative, yes: But is it rewilding?
DT Blumstein, KE Lynch
Animal Sentience 5 (28), 8, 2020
Variation in boldness behaviour across individuals, sexes and strains of the guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
DJ Kemp, KE Lynch
Marine and Freshwater Research 73 (4), 441-453, 2022
Male guppies differ in daily frequency but not diel pattern of display under daily light changes
SJ O’Neill, TE White, KE Lynch, DJ Kemp
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, 1-12, 2019
New historical and philosophical perspectives on quantitative genetics
D Serpico, KE Lynch, TM Porter
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 97, 29-33, 2023
Hidden ethical costs of conservation
KE Lynch, DT Blumstein
Science 370 (6513), 179-180, 2020
Conflicts and triage
KE Lynch, DT Blumstein
Animal Sentience 4 (27), 24, 2020
Gut Microbiome
KE Lynch
Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, 2019
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