Laszlo Zsolt Garamszegi
Laszlo Zsolt Garamszegi
Centre for Ecological Research
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Robustness of linear mixed‐effects models to violations of distributional assumptions
H Schielzeth, NJ Dingemanse, S Nakagawa, DF Westneat, H Allegue, ...
Methods in ecology and evolution 11 (9), 1141-1152, 2020
Modern phylogenetic comparative methods and their application in evolutionary biology: concepts and practice
LZ Garamszegi
Springer, 2014
Linked selection and recombination rate variation drive the evolution of the genomic landscape of differentiation across the speciation continuum of Ficedula flycatchers
R Burri, A Nater, T Kawakami, CF Mugal, PI Olason, L Smeds, A Suh, ...
Genome research 25 (11), 1656-1665, 2015
The design of artificial nestboxes for the study of secondary hole-nesting birds: a review of methodological inconsistencies and potential biases
MM Lambrechts, F Adriaensen, DR Ardia, AV Artemyev, F Atiénzar, ...
Acta Ornithologica 45 (1), 1-26, 2010
Comparing effect sizes across variables: generalization without the need for Bonferroni correction
LZ Garamszegi
Behavioral Ecology 17 (4), 682-687, 2006
Climate change increases the risk of malaria in birds
LZ Garamszegi
Global Change Biology 17 (5), 1751-1759, 2011
Coevolving avian eye size and brain size in relation to prey capture and nocturnality
LZ Garamszegi, AP Mřller, J Erritzře
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
Do animals living in larger groups experience greater parasitism? A meta-analysis
JL Rifkin, CL Nunn, LZ Garamszegi
The American Naturalist 180 (1), 70-82, 2012
Effects of sample size and intraspecific variation in phylogenetic comparative studies: a meta‐analytic review
LZ Garamszegi, AP Mřller
Biological Reviews 85 (4), 797-805, 2010
Using the BirdTree. org website to obtain robust phylogenies for avian comparative studies: a primer
D Rubolini, A Liker, LZ Garamszegi, AP Mřller, N Saino
Current Zoology 61 (6), 959-965, 2015
Testosterone, testes size, and mating success in birds: a comparative study
LZ Garamszegi, M Eens, S Hurtrez-Boussčs, AP Mřller
Hormones and Behavior 47 (4), 389-409, 2005
Using information theory as a substitute for stepwise regression in ecology and behavior
G Hegyi, LZ Garamszegi
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65, 69-76, 2011
Flycatcher song in allopatry and sympatry–convergence, divergence and reinforcement
J Haavie, T Borge, S Bures, LZ Garamszegi, HM Lampe, J Moreno, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17 (2), 227-237, 2004
Behavioural syndromes and trappability in free-living collared flycatchers, Ficedula albicollis
LZ Garamszegi, M Eens, J Török
Animal Behaviour 77 (4), 803-812, 2009
A meta-analysis of correlated behaviours with implications for behavioural syndromes: mean effect size, publication bias, phylogenetic effects and the role of mediator variables
LZ Garamszegi, G Markó, G Herczeg
Evolutionary Ecology 26, 1213-1235, 2012
Changing philosophies and tools for statistical inferences in behavioral ecology
LZ Garamszegi, S Calhim, N Dochtermann, G Hegyi, PL Hurd, ...
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1363-1375, 2009
Immune challenge mediates vocal communication in a passerine bird: an experiment
LZ Garamszegi, AP Mřller, J Török, G Michl, P Péczely, M Richard
Behavioral Ecology 15 (1), 148-157, 2004
Depigmented wing patch size is a condition-dependent indicator of viability in male collared flycatchers
J Török, G Hegyi, LZ Garamszegi
Behavioral Ecology 14 (3), 382-388, 2003
Patterns of MHC‐dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta‐analysis
J Winternitz, JL Abbate, E Huchard, J Havlíček, LZ Garamszegi
Molecular ecology 26 (2), 668-688, 2017
Rethinking birdsong evolution: meta-analysis of the relationship between song complexity and reproductive success
M Soma, LZ Garamszegi
Behavioral Ecology 22 (2), 363-371, 2011
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