Timothy H. Parker
Timothy H. Parker
Professor of Biology, Whitman College
Verified email at whitman.edu - Homepage
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Detecting and avoiding likely false‐positive findings–a practical guide
W Forstmeier, EJ Wagenmakers, TH Parker
Biological Reviews 92 (4), 1941-1968, 2017
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
Questionable research practices in ecology and evolution
H Fraser, T Parker, S Nakagawa, A Barnett, F Fidler
PloS one 13 (7), e0200303, 2018
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
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
Replicating research in ecology and evolution: feasibility, incentives, and the cost-benefit conundrum
S Nakagawa, TH Parker
BMC biology 13 (1), 1-6, 2015
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
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
Genetic benefits of mate choice separated from differential maternal investment in red junglefowl (Gallus gallus)
TH Parker
Evolution 57 (9), 2157-2165, 2003
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
Maternal Condition, Reproductive Investment, and Offspring Sex Ratio in Captive Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus)
TH Parker
The Auk 119 (3), 840-845, 2002
Apparent Survival Estimates for Five Species of Tropical Birds in an Endangered Forest Habitat in Western Ecuador
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
Empowering peer reviewers with a checklist to improve transparency
TH Parker, SC Griffith, JL Bronstein, F Fidler, S Foster, H Fraser, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (6), 929-935, 2018
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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