Heiko G. Rödel
Heiko G. Rödel
Full Professor, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord
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Social rank, fecundity and lifetime reproductive success in wild European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
D von Holst, H Hutzelmeyer, P Kaetzke, M Khaschei, HG Rödel, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51, 245-254, 2002
Separating maternal and litter-size effects on early postnatal growth in two species of altricial small mammals
HG Rödel, G Prager, V Stefanski, D von Holst, R Hudson
Physiology & Behavior 93 (4), 826-834, 2008
Female home range size is regulated by resource distribution and intraspecific competition: a long-term field study
C Schradin, G Schmohl, HG Rödel, I Schoepf, SM Treffler, J Brenner, ...
Animal Behaviour 79 (1), 195-203, 2010
Behavioural and physiological responses of naive European rabbits to predator odour
R Monclús, HG Rödel, D von Holst, J De Miguel
Animal Behaviour 70 (4), 753-761, 2005
The effect of siblings on early development: a potential contributor to personality differences in mammals
R Hudson, A Bautista, V Reyes‐Meza, JM Montor, HG Rödel
Developmental Psychobiology 53 (6), 564-574, 2011
Over-winter survival in subadult European rabbits: weather effects, density dependence, and the impact of individual characteristics
HG Rödel, A Bora, P Kaetzke, M Khaschei, H Hutzelmeyer, D von Holst
Oecologia 140 (4), 566-576, 2004
Family legacies: short‐and long‐term fitness consequences of early‐life conditions in female European rabbits
HG Rödel, D von Holst, C Kraus
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (4), 789-797, 2009
Density‐dependent reproduction in the European rabbit: a consequence of individual response and age‐dependent reproductive performance
HG Rödel, A Bora, J Kaiser, P Kaetzke, M Khaschei, D von Holst
Oikos 104 (3), 529-539, 2004
Infanticide and maternal offspring defence in European rabbits under natural breeding conditions
HG Rödel, A Starkloff, A Bautista, AC Friedrich, D von Holst
Ethology 114 (1), 22-31, 2008
Early development influences ontogeny of personality types in young laboratory rats
HG Rödel, S Meyer
Developmental Psychobiology 53 (6), 601-613, 2011
Non-invasive measurement of the physiological stress response of wild rabbits to the odour of a predator
R Monclús, HG Rödel, R Palme, D von Holst, J De Miguel
Chemoecology 16 (1), 25-29, 2006
Looking forward to interacting with their caretakers: Dolphins’ anticipatory behaviour indicates motivation to participate in specific events
ILK Clegg, HG Rödel, X Boivin, F Delfour
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 202, 85-93, 2018
Assessment of anxiety in open field and elevated plus maze using infrared thermography
B Lecorps, HG Rödel, C Féron
Physiology & Behavior 157, 209-216, 2016
Causes and predictors of nest mortality in a European rabbit population
HG Rödel, A Starkloff, MW Seltmann, G Prager, D von Holst
Mammalian Biology 74, 198-209, 2009
Bottlenose dolphins engaging in more social affiliative behaviour judge ambiguous cues more optimistically
ILK Clegg, HG Rödel, F Delfour
Behavioural Brain Research 322, 115-122, 2017
Why do heavy littermates grow better than lighter ones? A study in wild and domestic European rabbits
HG Rödel, A Bautista, E García-Torres, M Martínez-Gómez, R Hudson
Physiology & Behavior 95 (3), 441-448, 2008
Optimal litter size for individual growth of European rabbit pups depends on their thermal environment
HG Rödel, R Hudson, D von Holst
Oecologia 155 (4), 677-689, 2008
Survival costs of fast exploration during juvenile life in a small mammal
HG Rödel, M Zapka, S Talke, T Kornatz, B Bruchner, C Hedler
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69, 205-217, 2015
Similarity of personalities speeds up reproduction in pairs of a monogamous rodent
M Rangassamy, M Dalmas, C Féron, P Gouat, HG Rödel
Animal Behaviour 103, 7-15, 2015
Short‐and long‐term effects of weed control on pastures infested with Pteridium arachnoideum and an attempt to regenerate abandoned pastures in South Ecuador
K Roos, HG Rödel, E Beck
Weed Research 51 (2), 165-176, 2011
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