Timothy H. Parker
Timothy H. Parker
Associate Professor of Biology, Whitman College
Verified email at whitman.edu - Homepage
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Melanin-versus carotenoid-based sexual signals: is the difference really so black and red?
SC Griffith, TH Parker, VA Olson
Animal Behaviour 71 (4), 749-763, 2006
Detecting and avoiding likely false‐positive findings–a practical guide
W Forstmeier, EJ Wagenmakers, TH Parker
Biological Reviews 92 (4), 1941-1968, 2017
Transparency in ecology and evolution: real problems, real solutions
TH Parker, W Forstmeier, J Koricheva, F Fidler, JD Hadfield, YE Chee, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (9), 711-719, 2016
Questionable research practices in ecology and evolution
H Fraser, T Parker, S Nakagawa, A Barnett, F Fidler
PloS one 13 (7), e0200303, 2018
Edge and area effects on the occurrence of migrant forest songbirds
TH Parker, BM Stansberry, CD Becker, PS Gipson
Conservation Biology 19 (4), 1157-1167, 2005
Do melanin-or carotenoid-pigmented plumage ornaments signal condition and predict pairing success in the Kentucky Warbler?
TH Parker, BM Stansberry, CD Becker, PS Gipson
The Condor 105 (4), 663-671, 2003
Social mediation of sexually selected ornamentation and steroid hormone levels in male junglefowl
TH Parker, R Knapp, JA Rosenfield
Animal Behaviour 64 (2), 291-298, 2002
Replicating research in ecology and evolution: feasibility, incentives, and the cost-benefit conundrum
S Nakagawa, TH Parker
BMC biology 13 (1), 1-6, 2015
Dominant male red junglefowl (Gallus gallus) test the dominance status of other males
TH Parker, DJ Ligon
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53 (1), 20-24, 2002
Female mating preferences in red junglefowl: a meta-analysis
TH Parker, JD Ligon
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 15 (1), 63-72, 2003
Nest desertion by a cowbird host: an antiparasite behavior or a response to egg loss?
KL Kosciuch, TH Parker, BK Sandercock
Behavioral ecology 17 (6), 917-924, 2006
Nest desertion by a cowbird host: an antiparasite behavior or a response to egg loss?
KL Kosciuch, TH Parker, BK Sandercock
Behavioral ecology 17 (6), 917-924, 2006
Genetic benefits of mate choice separated from differential maternal investment in red junglefowl (Gallus gallus)
TH Parker
Evolution 57 (9), 2157-2165, 2003
Maternal Condition, Reproductive Investment, and Offspring Sex Ratio in Captive Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus)
TH Parker
The Auk 119 (3), 840-845, 2002
What do we really know about the signalling role of plumage colour in blue tits? A case study of impediments to progress in evolutionary biology
TH Parker
Biological Reviews 88 (3), 511-536, 2013
Apparent Survival Estimates for Five Species of Tropical Birds in an Endangered Forest Habitat in Western Ecuador1
TH Parker, CD Becker, BK Sandercock, AE Agreda
Biotropica 38 (6), 764-769, 2006
Quantitative genetics of sexually dimorphic traits and capture of genetic variance by a sexually‐selected condition‐dependent ornament in red junglefowl (Gallus gallus)
TH Parker, D Garant
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17 (6), 1277-1285, 2004
Responses of Bell's Vireos to brood parasitism by the Brown-headed Cowbird in Kansas
TH Parker
The Wilson Bulletin, 499-504, 1999
Multiple aspects of condition influence a heritable sexual trait: a synthesis of the evidence for capture of genetic variance in red junglefowl
TH Parker, JD Ligon
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 92 (4), 651-660, 2007
The blue tit's song is an inconsistent signal of male condition
TH Parker, IR Barr, SC Griffith
Behavioral Ecology 17 (6), 1029-1040, 2006
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