Publications

T.V. Smulders, T. Boswell, L.J. Henderson (2018) How foraging works: Let’s not forget the physiological mechanisms of energy balance. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. In Press.

L.J. Henderson, K.R. Brazeal & T.P. Hahn (2018) Plumage colouration and social context influence male investment in song. Biology Letters, 14, 20180300.

L.J. Henderson, R.C. Cockcroft, H. Kaiya, T. Boswell and T.V. Smulders (2018) Peripherally injected ghrelin and leptin reduce food hoarding and mass gain in the coal tit (Periparus ater). Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 

L.J. Henderson, M.R. Ryan and H.M. Rowland (2017) Perch, Perca fluviatilis show a directional preference for, but do not increase attacks toward, prey in response to water- borne cortisol. PeerJ, 5, e3883.

L.J. Henderson, N.P. Evans, B.J. Heidinger, K. A. Herborn and K. E. Arnold (2017) Do glucocorticoids predict fitness? Linking environmental conditions, corticosterone and reproductive success in the blue tit, Cyanistes caeruleus. Royal Society Open Science, 

K.E. Arnold, K.A. Herborn, L.J. Henderson, A. Adam, L. Alexander & N.P. Evans (2016) Individual variation in corticosterone and personality traits in the blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus. Behaviour, 153(13-14), 1611–1637.

L.J. Henderson, N.P. Evans, B.J. Heidinger, A. Adams & K.E. Arnold (2014) Maternal condition but not corticosterone is linked to brood sex ratio adjustment in a passerine bird. PLoS ONE, 9(10).

L.J. Henderson, B.J. Heidinger, N. Evans & K.E. Arnold (2013) UV crown coloration in female blue tits predicts reproductive success and baseline corticosterone. Behavioral Ecology, 24:6, 1299–1305.

R.K. Broughton, R.A. Hill, L.J. Henderson, P.E. Bellamy & S.A. Hinsley (2011) Patterns of nest placement in a population of Marsh Tits, Poecile palustris. Journal of Ornithology, 153:3, 735–746.

K.E. Arnold, S.L. Ramsay, L.J. Henderson & S.D. Larcombe (2010) Seasonal variation in diet quality: antioxidants, invertebrates and blue tits Cyanistes caeruleus. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 99:4, 708–717.

A.M. Bell, L.J. Henderson & F.A. Huntingford (2009) Behavioral and respiratory responses to stressors in multiple populations of three-spined sticklebacks that differ in predation pressure, Journal of Comparative Physiology B., 180:2, 211–220.