Literature

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Aubin, T, Bremond, JC1992Perception of Distress Call Harmonic Structure by the Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
Aubin, T1989The Role of Frequency Modulation in the Process of Distress Calls Recognition by the Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
Aubin, T1987Respective Parts of the Carrier and of the Frequency Modulation in the Semantics of Distress Calls: An Experimental Study on Sturnus Vulgaris by Mean of Digital Synthesis Methods
Bean, D, Mason, GJ, Bateson, M1999Contrafreeloading in Starlings: Testing the Information Hypothesis
Beveridge, FM, Deag, JM1987The Effects of Sex, Temperature and Companions on Looking-Up and Feeding in Single and Mixed Species Flocks of House Sparrows (Passer domesticus), Chaffinches (Fringilla coelebs), and Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
Burger, J, Gochfeld, M1981Age-Related Differences in Piracy Behaviour of Four Species of Gulls, Larus
Chaiken, M1992Individual Recognition of Nestling Distress Screams by European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
Chaiken, M, Böhner, J, Marler, P1994Repertoire Turnover and the Timing of Song Acquisition in European Starlings
Conover, MR1994Stimuli Eliciting Distress Calls in Adult Passerines and Response of Predators and Birds to Their Broadcast
Dücker, G, Rensch, B1977The Solution of Patterned String Problems by Birds
Eens, M, Pinxten, R, Verheyen, RFrans1993Function of the Song and Song Repertoire in the European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris): An Aviary Experiment
Eens, M, Pinxten, R, Verheyen, RFrans1991Male Song as a Cue for Mate Choice in the European Starling
Gwinner, H1997The Function of Green Plants in Nests of European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
Gwinner, H, Gwinner, E1994Effects of Testosterone on Nest-Box Occupation and Associated Behaviours by Male European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
Gwinner, H, Gwinner, E, Dittami, J1987Effects of Nestboxes on LH, Testosterone, Testicular Size, and the Reproductive Behavior of Male European Starlings in Spring
Adret-Hausberger, M, Jenkins, PF1988Complex Organization of the Warbling Song in the European Starling Sturnus vulgaris
Hausberger, M, Jenkins, PF, Keene, J1991Species-Specificity and Mimicry in Bird Song: Are They Paradoxes? A Reevaluation of Song Mimicry in the European Starling
Hauser, MD1988How Infant Vervet Monkeys Learn to Recognize Starling Alarm Calls: The Role of Experience
Hindmarsh, AM1986The Functional Significance of Vocal Mimicry in Song
Hindmarsh, AM1984Vocal Mimicry in Starlings
Loesche, P, Stoddard, PK, Higgins, BJ, Beecher, MD1991Signature versus Perceptual Adaptations for Individual Vocal Recognition in Swallows
Magrath, MJL, van Overveld, T, Komdeur, J2005Contrasting Effects of Reduced Incubation Cost on Clutch Attendance by Male and Female European Starlings
Morrell, GM, Turner, JRG1970Experiments on Mimicry: I. The Response of Wild Birds to Artificial Prey
D. Mountjoy, J, Lemon, RE1997Male Song Complexity and Parental Care in the European Starling
Paul, Uvon Saint1953Nachweis der Sonnenorientierung bei nächtlich ziehenden Vögeln
Pinxten, R, Eens, M1998Male Starlings Sing Most in the Late Morning, following Egg-Laying: A Strategy to Protect Their Paternity?
Pinxten, R, Eens, M1994Male Feeding of Nestlings in the Facultatively Polygynous European Starling: Allocation Patterns and Effect on Female Reproductive Success
Pinxten, R, Eens, M, Verheyen, RFrans1995Response of Male European Starlings to Experimental Removal of Their Mate during Different Stages of the Breeding Cycle
Pinxten, R, Eens, M, Verheyen, RF1989Polygyny in the European Starling
Pinxten, R, De Ridder, E, Balthazart, J, Berghman, L, Eens, M2000The Effect of Castration on Aggression in the Nonbreeding Season Is Age-Dependent in Male European Starlings
Shideler, RT1973The Importance of Mimic Pattern and Position in an Artificial Mimicry Situation
Swaddle, JP, Che, JPK, R. Clelland, E2004Symmetry Preference as a Cognitive By-Product in Starlings
Swaddle, JP, Ruff, DA2004Starlings Have Difficulty in Detecting Dot Symmetry: Implications for Studying Fluctuating Asymmetry
Talling, JC, Inglis, IR, Van Driel, KS, Young, J, Giles, S2002Effect of Hunger on Starlings' Preferences for Food Sources Associated with Variability or Uncertainty
van Elsacker, L, Pinxten, R, Verheyen, RFrans1988Timing of Offspring Recognition in Adult Starlings
Veiga, JP, Moreno, J, Arenas, M, Sánchez, S2002Reproductive Consequences for Males of Paternal vs Territorial Strategies in the Polygynous Spotless Starling under Variable Ecological and Social Conditions
Wise, KK, Conover, MR, Knowlton, FF1999Response of Coyotes to Avian Distress Calls: Testing the Startle-Predator and Predator-Attraction Hypotheses
Wright, J, Cuthill, I1992Monogamy in the European Starling
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