Publications Reinder





Radersma R, Hegg A, Noble DWA, Uller T, 2018. Timing of maternal exposure to toxic cyanobacteria and offspring fitness in Daphnia magna: implications for the evolution of anticipatory maternal effects. Ecology and Evolution 27: 4213-4224.

Radersma R, Garroway CJ, Santure AW, De Cauwer I, Farine DR., Slate S, Sheldon BC, 2017. Social and spatial effects on genetic variation between foraging flocks in a wild bird population. Molecular Ecology 26: 5807-5819.

Kasper C, Vierbuchen M, Ernst U, Fischer S, Radersma R, Raulo A, Cunha-Saraiva F, Wu M, Mobley K, Taborsky B, 2017. Genetics and developmental biology of cooperation. Molecular Ecology26: 4364-4377.

Milligan ND, Radersma R, Cole EF, Sheldon BC, 2017. To graze or gorge: consistency and flexibility of individual foraging tactics in tits. Journal of Animal Biology 86:826-836.

Paredes U, Radersma R, Cannell N, While GM & Uller T, 2016. Low incubation Temperature induces DNA hypo-methylation in lizard brains. Journal of Experimental Zoology 325: 390-395.

Crates RA, Firth JA, Farine DR, Garroway CJ, Kidd LR, Aplin LM, Radersma R, Milligan ND, Voelkl B, Culina A, Verhelst BL, Hinde CA, Sheldon BC, 2016. Individual variation in winter supplementary food consumption and its consequences for reproduction in wild birds. Journal of Avian Biology 47: 678-689.

Aplin LM, Firth JA, Farine DR, Voelkl B, Crates RA, Culina A, Garroway CJ, Hinde CA, Kidd LR, Psorakis I, Milligan ND, Radersma R, Verhelst BL, Sheldon BC, 2015. Consistent individual differences in the social phenotypes of wild great tits, Parus major. Animal Behaviour 108: 117-127.

Culina A, Radersma R, Sheldon BC, 2015. Trading up: the fitness consequences of divorce in monogamous birds. Biological Reviews 90: 1015-1034.

Farine DR, Firth JA, Aplin LM, Crates RA, Culina A, Garroway CJ, Hinde CA, Kidd LR, Milligan ND, Psorakis I, Radersma R, Verhelst B, Voelkl B, Sheldon BC, 2015. The role of social and ecological processes in structuring animal populations: a case study from automated tracking of wild birds. Royal Society Open Science 2: 150057.

Radersma R, Sheldon BC, 2015. A new permutation technique to explore and control for spatial autocorrelation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6: 1026-1033.

Psorakis I, Voelkl B, Garroway CJ, Radersma R, Aplin LM, Crates RA, Culina A, Farine DR, Firth JA, Hinde CA, Kidd LR, Milligan ND, Roberts SJ, Verhelst B, Sheldon BC, 2015. Inferring social structure from temporal data. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 857-866.

Sepil I, Radersma R, Santure AW, De Cauwer I, Slate J, Sheldon BC, 2015. No evidence for MHC class I based disassortative mating in a wild population of great tits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 643-654.

Radersma R, Komdeur J, Tinbergen JM, 2015. Early morning fledging improves recruitment in Great Tits Parus major. Ibis 157: 351-355.

Garroway CJ, Radersma R, Hinde CA, 2014. Perspectives on social network analyses of bird populations. In: Animal social networks (eds: Krause J, James R, Franks D and Croft DP). Oxford University Press: 171-183.

Schroeder J, Dugdale HL, Radersma R, Hinsch M, Buehler DM, Saul J, Porter L, Liker A, De Cauwer I, Johnson PJ, Santure AW, Griffin AS, Bolund E, Ross L, Webb TJ, Feulner PGD, Winney I, Szulkin M, Komdeur J, Versteegh MA, Hemelrijk CK, Svensson EI, Edwards H, Karlsson M, West SA, Barrett ELB, Richardson DS, Van den Brink V, Wimpenny JH, Ellwood SA, Rees M, Matson KD, Charmantier A, dos Remedios N, Schneider NA, Teplitsky C, Laurance WF, Butlin RK, Horrocks NPC, 2013. Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology symposia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 2063-2069.

Garroway CJ*, Radersma R*, Sepil I, Santure AW, De Cauwer I, Slate J, Sheldon BC, 2013. Fine-scale genetic structure in a wild bird population: the role of limited dispersal and environmentally-based selection as causal factors. Evolution 67: 3488-3500.

Michler SPM, Nicolaus M, Van der Velde M, Radersma R, Ubels R, Both C, Komdeur J, Tinbergen JM, 2013. Local offspring density and sex ratio affect sex allocation in the great tit. Behavioral Ecology. 24 (1): 169-181.

Radersma R, Tinbergen JM, Komdeur J, 2011. Do brood sex ratio, nestling development and sex affect fledging timing and order? An experimental study on great tits. Animal Behaviour 81 (1): 69-75.

Van Gils JA, Munster VJ, Radersma R, Liefhebber D, Fouchier RAM, Klaassen M, 2007. Hampered foraging and migratory performance in swans infected with low-pathogenic avian influenza A virus. PLoS ONE 2(1): e184.


* both authors contributed equally