Bernd Riedstra
Bernd Riedstra
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The prevention and control of feather pecking in laying hens: identifying the underlying principles
TB Rodenburg, MM Van Krimpen, IC De Jong, EN De Haas, MS Kops, ...
World's Poultry Science Journal 69 (2), 361-374, 2013
Feather damaging behaviour in parrots: A review with consideration of comparative aspects
YRA van Zeeland, BM Spruit, TB Rodenburg, B Riedstra, YM van Hierden, ...
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 121 (2), 75-95, 2009
Early feather pecking as a form of social exploration: the effect of group stability on feather pecking and tonic immobility in domestic chicks
B Riedstra, TGG Groothuis
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 77 (2), 127-138, 2002
Epigenesis of behavioural lateralization in humans and other animals
SM Schaafsma, BJ Riedstra, KA Pfannkuche, A Bouma, TGG Groothuis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
Feather pecking in laying hens: new insights and directions for research?
TB Rodenburg, YM Van Hierden, AJ Buitenhuis, B Riedstra, P Koene, ...
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 86 (3-4), 291-298, 2004
Brood size and immunity costs in zebra finches Taeniopygia guttata
S Verhulst, B Riedstra, P Wiersma
Journal of Avian Biology 36 (1), 22-30, 2005
Daily energy expenditure of male and female marsh harrier nestlings
B Riedstra, C Dijkstra, S Daan
The Auk 115 (3), 635-641, 1998
Prenatal light exposure affects early feather-pecking behaviour in the domestic chick
B Riedstra, TGG Groothuis
Animal behaviour 67 (6), 1037-1042, 2004
Examining a pathway for hormone mediated maternal effects–yolk testosterone affects androgen receptor expression and endogenous testosterone production in young chicks (Gallus …
KA Pfannkuche, M Gahr, IM Weites, B Riedstra, C Wolf, TGG Groothuis
General and comparative endocrinology 172 (3), 487-493, 2011
Handedness in a nonindustrial society challenges the fighting hypothesis as an evolutionary explanation for left-handedness
SM Schaafsma, RH Geuze, B Riedstra, W Schiefenhövel, A Bouma, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (2), 94-99, 2012
An adaptive annual rhythm in the sex of first pigeon eggs
C Dijkstra, B Riedstra, A Dekker, VC Goerlich, S Daan, TGG Groothuis
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 64, 1393-1402, 2010
Increased exposure to yolk testosterone has feminizing effects in chickens, Gallus gallus domesticus
B Riedstra, KA Pfannkuche, TGG Groothuis
Animal behaviour 85 (4), 701-708, 2013
Decrease in monocular sleep after sleep deprivation in the domestic chicken
AS Boerema, B Riedstra, AM Strijkstra
Behaviour, 1415-1420, 2003
Development and social nature of feather pecking
BJ Riedstra, T Groothuis
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2003
Ejaculate testosterone levels affect maternal investment in red junglefowl (Gallus gallus gallus)
A Lelono, B Riedstra, T Groothuis
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 12126, 2019
In ovo testosterone treatment reduces long‐term survival of female pigeons: a preliminary analysis after nine years of monitoring
KD Matson, B Riedstra, BI Tieleman
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 100 (6), 1031-1036, 2016
Practice of noseband use and intentions towards behavioural change in Dutch equestrians
EK Visser, MMF Kuypers, JSM Stam, B Riedstra
Animals 9 (12), 1131, 2019
Differential temperature effects on photoperiodism in female voles: A possible explanation for declines in vole populations
L van Rosmalen, B Riedstra, N Beemster, C Dijkstra, RA Hut
Molecular Ecology 31 (12), 3360-3373, 2022
Is imitational learning a driving factor for the population bias in human hand preference?
N Zickert, RH Geuze, B Riedstra, TGG Groothuis
Journal of Human Evolution 159, 103045, 2021
The importance of understanding function and evolution
TGG Groothuis, N Zickert, B Riedstra, R Geuze
Laterality 26 (3), 342-347, 2021
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