Wolfgang Forstmeier
Wolfgang Forstmeier
Max Planck Institute for Biological Intelligence
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Cryptic multiple hypotheses testing in linear models: overestimated effect sizes and the winner's curse
W Forstmeier, H Schielzeth
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 65, 47-55, 2011
Conclusions beyond support: overconfident estimates in mixed models
H Schielzeth, W Forstmeier
Behavioral ecology 20 (2), 416-420, 2009
Violating the normality assumption may be the lesser of two evils
U Knief, W Forstmeier
Behavior Research Methods 53 (6), 2576-2590, 2021
Detecting and avoiding likely false‐positive findings–a practical guide
W Forstmeier, EJ Wagenmakers, TH Parker
Biological Reviews 92 (4), 1941-1968, 2017
The ecology and evolutionary dynamics of meiotic drive
AK Lindholm, KA Dyer, RC Firman, L Fishman, W Forstmeier, L Holman, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (4), 315-326, 2016
Reproducibility of animal research in light of biological variation
B Voelkl, NS Altman, A Forsman, W Forstmeier, J Gurevitch, I Jaric, ...
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 21 (7), 384-393, 2020
Adaptive plasticity in nest‐site selection in response to changing predation risk
W Forstmeier, I Weiss
Oikos 104 (3), 487-499, 2004
The recombination landscape of the zebra finch Taeniopygia guttata genome
N Backström, W Forstmeier, H Schielzeth, H Mellenius, K Nam, E Bolund, ...
Genome research 20 (4), 485-495, 2010
A novel song parameter correlates with extra-pair paternity and reflects male longevity
W Forstmeier, B Kempenaers, A Meyer, B Leisler
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
Female extra-pair mating: adaptation or genetic constraint?
W Forstmeier, S Nakagawa, SC Griffith, B Kempenaers
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29 (8), 456-464, 2014
Heterozygosity–fitness correlations in zebra finches: microsatellite markers can be better than their reputation
W Forstmeier, H Schielzeth, JC Mueller, H Ellegren, B Kempenaers
Molecular Ecology 21 (13), 3237-3249, 2012
Superstition and belief as inevitable by-products of an adaptive learning strategy
J Beck, W Forstmeier
Human Nature 18, 35-46, 2007
Repeatability of mate choice in the zebra finch: consistency within and between females
W Forstmeier, TR Birkhead
Animal Behaviour 68 (5), 1017-1028, 2004
Genetic variation and differentiation in captive and wild zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
W Forstmeier, G Segelbacher, JC Mueller, B Kempenaers
Molecular ecology 16 (19), 4039-4050, 2007
Benefits of early arrival at breeding grounds vary between males
W Forstmeier
Journal of Animal Ecology 71 (1), 1-9, 2002
Female extrapair mating behavior can evolve via indirect selection on males
W Forstmeier, K Martin, E Bolund, H Schielzeth, B Kempenaers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (26), 10608-10613, 2011
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
Fitness benefits of mate choice for compatibility in a socially monogamous species
M Ihle, B Kempenaers, W Forstmeier
PLoS biology 13 (9), e1002248, 2015
The genetic basis of zebra finch vocalizations
W Forstmeier, C Burger, K Temnow, S Derégnaucourt
Evolution 63 (8), 2114-2130, 2009
Compensatory investment in zebra finches: females lay larger eggs when paired to sexually unattractive males
E Bolund, H Schielzeth, W Forstmeier
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1657), 707-715, 2009
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