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Székely, T., Weissing, F. J. and Komdeur, J., 2014. Adult sex ratio variation : Implications for breeding system evolution. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27 (8), pp. 1500-1512.

Székely, T., Krüger, O. and Krause, E.T., 2014. Errors in science : The role of reviewers. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 29 (7), pp. 371-373.

Szekely, T., Liker, A., Freckleton, R. P., Fichtel, C. and Kappeler, P. M., 2014. Sex-biased survival predicts adult sex ratio variation in wild birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 281 (1788), 20140342.

Liker, A., Freckleton, R. P. and Székely, T., 2014. Divorce and infidelity are associated with skewed adult sex ratios in birds. Current Biology, 24 (8), pp. 880-884.

Parra, J. E., Beltrán, M., Zefania, S., Dos Remedios, N. and Székely, T., 2014. Experimental assessment of mating opportunities in three shorebird species. Animal Behaviour, 90, pp. 83-90.

Burnside, R. J., Végvári, Z. S., James, R., Konyhás, S., Kovács, G. and Szekely, T., 2014. Human disturbance and conspecifics influence display site selection by Great Bustards Otis tarda. Bird Conservation International, 24 (1), pp. 32-44.

Almalki, M., Alrashidi, M., Shobrak, M. and Székely, T., 2014. Breeding distribution and conservation of the Crab Plover (Dromas ardeola) in Saudi Arabia (Aves: Charadriiformes). Zoology in the Middle East, 60 (1), pp. 6-12.

Gamero, A., Székely, T. and Kappeler, P. M., 2014. Delayed juvenile dispersal and monogamy, but no cooperative breeding in white-breasted mesites (Mesitornis variegata). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 68 (1), pp. 73-83.

Pogány, Á., Szurovecz, Z., Vincze, E., Barta, Z. and Székely, T., 2014. Mate preference does not influence reproductive motivation and parental cooperation in female zebra finches. Behaviour, 151 (12-13), pp. 1885-1901.

Székely, T., Hoffman, J. I. and Krüger, O., 2013. Why do males care for their competitor's offspring? Animal Behaviour, 86 (6), e1-e2.

Burns, F., Mcculloch, N., Dos Remedios, N., Bolton, M. and Szekely, T., 2013. Sex differences in incubation behaviour but not mortality risk in a threatened shorebird. Ibis, 155 (4), pp. 877-880.

Houston, A.I., Székely, T. and McNamara, J.M., 2013. The parental investment models of Maynard Smith : a retrospective and prospective view. Animal Behaviour, 86 (4), pp. 667-674.

Moghadam, H. K., Harrison, P. W., Zachar, G., Székely, T. and Mank, J. E., 2013. The plover neurotranscriptome assembly : transcriptomic analysis in an ecological model species without a reference genome. Molecular Ecology Resources, 13 (4), pp. 696-705.

Székely, T., Remeš, V., Freckleton, R.P. and Liker, A., 2013. Why care? : Inferring the evolution of complex social behaviour. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26 (7), pp. 1381-1391.

Williamson, L., Hudson, M., O'Connell, M., Davidson, N., Young, R., Amano, T. and Székely, T., 2013. Areas of high diversity for the world's inland-breeding waterbirds. Biodiversity and Conservation, 22 (6-7), pp. 1501-1512.

Burns, F., McCulloch, N., Székely, T. and Bolton, M., 2013. The impact of introduced predators on an island endemic, the St Helena Plover, Charadrius sanctaehelenae. Bird Conservation International, 23 (2), pp. 125-135.

Ramm, S.A., Jonker, R.M., Reinhold, K., Székely, T., Trillmich, F., Schmoll, T., Schielzeth, H. and Freckleton, R.P., 2013. Comment on "Bateman in nature: Predation on offspring reduces the potential for sexual selection". Science, 340 (6132), p. 549.

Vincze, O., Székely, T., Küpper, C., AlRashidi, M., Amat, J.A., Argüelles Ticó, A., Burgas, D., Burke, T., Cavitt, J., Figuerola, J., Shobrak, M., Montalvo, T. and Kosztolányi, A., 2013. Local environment but not genetic differentiation influences biparental care in ten plover populations. PLoS ONE, 8 (4), e60998.

Burns, F., McCulloch, N., Szekely, T. and Bolton, M., 2013. No overall benefit of predator exclosure cages for the endangered St. Helena Plover Charadrius sanctaehelenae. Ibis, 155 (2), pp. 397-401.

García-Peña, G.E., Sol, D., Iwaniuk, A.N. and Székely, T., 2013. Sexual selection on brain size in shorebirds (Charadriiformes). Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26 (4), pp. 878-888.

Liker, A., Freckleton, R. P. and Székely, T., 2013. The evolution of sex roles in birds is related to adult sex ratio. Nature Communications, 4, 1587.

Pogány, A., van Dijk, R.E., Menyhárt, O., Miklósi, A., DeVoogd, T.J. and Székely, T., 2013. Acoustic signalling in eurasian penduline tits remiz pendulinus : Repertoire size signals male nest defence. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 59 (1), pp. 81-96.

Burnside, R. J., Dawes, A., Ashbrook, K., Waters, D., Carter, I., Lock, L. and Szekely, T., 2013. Forthcoming. Refining reintroduction release methods : Modelling post-release survival of captive-reared Great Bustards. Ibis

Ashbrook, K., Burnside, R. J., Waters, D., Carter, I., Evans, A., Green, R. and Szekely, T., 2013. Forthcoming. Sex-specific habitat use by Great Bustards in the UK. Animal Conservation

Kupper, C., Augustin, J., Edwards, S., Szekely, T., Kosztolanyi, A., Burke, T. and Janes, D. E., 2012. Triploid plover female provides support for a role of the W chromosome in avian sex determination. Biology Letters, 8 (5), pp. 787-789.

Székely, Á. and Székely, T., 2012. Human behaviour: Sex ratio and the city. Current Biology, 22 (17), R684-R685.

AlRashidi, M., Shobrak, M., Al-Eissa, M. S. and Szekely, T., 2012. Integrating spatial data and shorebird nesting locations to predict the potential future impact of global warming on coastal habitats: A case study on Farasan Islands, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, 19 (3), pp. 311-315.

Burnside, R. J., Carter, I., Dawes, A., Waters, D., Lock, L., Goriup, P. and Szekely, T., 2012. The UK great bustard Otis tarda reintroduction trial: a 5-year progress report. Oryx, 46 (1), pp. 112-121.

Sutherland, W.J., Amano, T., Alves, J.A., Gill, J.A., Chang, C.H., Davidson, N.C., Max Finlayson, C., Gill, R.E., González, P.M., Gunnarsson, T.G., Kleijn, D., Spray, C.J., Székely, T. and Thompson, D.B.A., 2012. A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds. Ibis, 154 (4), pp. 663-679.

Breitling, R., Coleing, A., Peixoto, T., Nagle, H., Hancock, E. G., Kelsh, R. N. and Szekely, T., 2012. An overview of the spider fauna of Maio (Cape Verde Islands), with some additional recent records (Arachnida, Araneae). Zoologia Caboverdiana, 2 (2), pp. 43-52.

Van Dijk, R. E., Szekely, T., Komdeur, J., Pogány, A., Fawcett, T. W. and Weissing, F. J., 2012. Individual variation and the resolution of conflict over parental care in penduline tits. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 279 (1735), pp. 1927-1936.

van Dijk, R.E., Komdeur, J. and Székely, T., 2012. Nest attendance does not predict offspring desertion by eurasian penduline tit parents. Ethology, 118 (8), pp. 703-710.

Kosztolányi, A., Küpper, C., Chastel, O., Parenteau, C., Yilmaz, K. T., Miklósi, A., Szekely, T. and Lendvai, A. Z., 2012. Prolactin stress response does not predict brood desertion in a polyandrous shorebird. Hormones and Behavior, 61 (5), pp. 734-740.

Vegvari, Z., Barta, Z., Mustakallio, P. and Szekely, T., 2011. Consistent avoidance of human disturbance over large geographical distances by a migratory bird. Biology Letters, 7 (6), pp. 814-817.

Moore, J. M., Szekely, T., Buki, J. and DeVoogd, T. J., 2011. Motor pathway convergence predicts syllable repertoire size in oscine birds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (39), pp. 16440-16445.

AlRashidi, M., Kosztolanyi, A., Shobrak, M., Kupper, C. and Szekely, T., 2011. Parental cooperation in an extreme hot environment: natural behaviour and experimental evidence. Animal Behaviour, 82 (2), pp. 235-243.

Kosztolanyi, A., Barta, Z., Kupper, C. and Szekely, T., 2011. Persistence of an extreme male-biased adult sex ratio in a natural population of polyandrous bird. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24 (8), pp. 1842-1846.

AlRashidi, M., Long, P. R., O'Connell, M., Shobrak, M. and Szekely, T., 2011. Use of remote sensing to identify suitable breeding habitat for the Kentish Plover and estimate population size along the western coast of Saudi Arabia. Wader Study Group Bulletin, 118 (1), pp. 32-39.

Kelsh, R. N., Szekely, T. and Stuart, S., 2011. Why should biomedical scientists care about biodiversity? Current Biology, 21 (6), R210-R211.

St Clair, J. J. H., Poncet, S., Sheehan, D. K., Szekely, T. and Hilton, G. M., 2011. Responses of an island endemic invertebrate to rodent invasion and eradication. Animal Conservation, 14 (1), pp. 66-73.

AlRashidi, M., Kosztolanyi, A., Shobrak, M. and Szekely, T., 2011. Breeding ecology of the Kentish Plover, Charadrius alexandrinus, in the Farasan Islands, Saudi Arabia (Aves: Charadriiformes). Zoology in the Middle East, 53, pp. 15-24.

Rheindt, F. E., Szekely, T., Edwards, S. V., Lee, P. L. M., Burke, T., Kennerley, P. R., Bakewell, D. N., Alrashidi, M., Kosztolanyi, A., Weston, M. A., Liu, W. T., Lei, W. P., Shigeta, Y., Javed, S., Zefania, S. and Kupper, C., 2011. Conflict between genetic and phenotypic differentiation: The evolutionary history of a 'lost and rediscovered' shorebird. PLoS ONE, 6 (11), e26995.

Remes, V. and Szekely, T., 2010. Domestic chickens defy Rensch's rule: sexual size dimorphism in chicken breeds. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23 (12), pp. 2754-2759.

Kupper, C., Kosztolanyi, A., Augustin, J., Dawson, D. A., Burke, T. and Szekely, T., 2010. Heterozygosity-fitness correlations of conserved microsatellite markers in Kentish plovers Charadrius alexandrinus. Molecular Ecology, 19 (23), pp. 5172-5185.

Zefania, S., Emilienne, R., Faria, P. J., Bruford, M. W., Long, P. R. and Szekely, T., 2010. Cryptic sexual size dimorphism in Malagasy plovers Charadrius spp. Ostrich, 81 (3), pp. 173-178.

Van Dijk, R., Brinkhuizen, D., Szekely, T. and Komdeur, J., 2010. Parental care strategies in Eurasian penduline tit are not related to breeding densities and mating opportunities. Behaviour, 147 (12), pp. 1551-1565.

St Clair, J. J. H., Garcia-Pena, G. E., Woods, R. W. and Szekely, T., 2010. Presence of mammalian predators decreases tolerance to human disturbance in a breeding shorebird. Behavioral Ecology, 21 (6), pp. 1285-1292.

St Clair, J. J. H., Herrmann, P., Woods, R. W. and Szekely, T., 2010. Female-biased incubation and strong diel sex-roles in the Two-banded Plover Charadrius falklandicus. Journal of Ornithology, 151 (4), pp. 811-816.

Amano, T., Szekely, T., Koyama, K., Amano, H. and Sutherland, W. J., 2010. A framework for monitoring the status of populations: An example from wader populations in the East Asian-Australasian flyway. Biological Conservation, 143 (9), pp. 2238-2247.

Van Dijk, R. E., Mészáros, L. A., Velde, M., Székely, T., Pogány, A., Szabad, J. and Komdeur, J., 2010. Nest desertion is not predicted by cuckoldry in the Eurasian penduline tit. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64 (9), pp. 1425-1435.

Brede, E. G., Long, P., Zefania, S., Rabenandrasana, M., Szekely, T. and Bruford, M., 2010. PCR primers for microsatellite loci in a Madagascan waterbird, the Sakalava Rail (Amaurornis olivieri). Conservation Genetics Resources, 2, pp. 273-277.

Webb, T. J., Olson, V. A., Szekely, T. and Freckleton, R. P., 2010. Who cares? Quantifying the evolution of division of parental effort. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 1 (3), pp. 221-230.

Van Dijk, R. E., Pogany, A., Komdeur, J., Lloyd, P. and Szekely, T., 2010. Sexual conflict predicts morphology and behavior in two species of penduline tits. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 10, 107.

St Clair, J. J. H., Kuepper, C., Herrmann, P., Woods, R. W. and Szekely, T., 2010. Unusual incubation sex-roles in the Rufous-chested Dotterel Charadrius modestus. Ibis, 152 (2), pp. 402-404.

Sol, D., Garcia, N., Iwaniuk, A., Davis, K., Meade, A., Boyle, W. A. and Szekely, T., 2010. Evolutionary divergence in brain size between migratory and resident birds. PLoS ONE, 5 (3), e9617.

AlRashidi, M., Kosztolanyi, A., Kupper, C., Cuthill, I. C., Javed, S. and Szekely, T., 2010. The influence of a hot environment on parental cooperation of a ground-nesting shorebird, the Kentish plover Charadrius alexandrinus. Frontiers in Zoology, 7 (1).

Moskat, C., Ban, M., Szekely, T., Komdeur, J., Lucassen, R. W. G., van Boheemen, L. A. and Hauber, M. E., 2010. Discordancy or template-based recognition? Dissecting the cognitive basis of the rejection of foreign eggs in hosts of avian brood parasites. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 213 (11), pp. 1976-1983.

Kosztolanyi, A., Javed, S., Kupper, C., Cuthill, I., Al Shamsi, A. and Szekely, T., 2009. Breeding ecology of Kentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinus in an extremely hot environment. Bird Study, 56 (2), pp. 244-252.

Olson, V. A., Webb, T. J., Freckleton, R. P. and Szekely, T., 2009. Are parental care trade-offs in shorebirds driven by parental investment or sexual selection? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22 (4), pp. 672-682.

Garcia-Pena, G. E., Thomas, G. H., Reynolds, J. D. and Szekely, T., 2009. Breeding systems, climate, and the evolution of migration in shorebirds. Behavioral Ecology, 20 (5), pp. 1026-1033.

Tjorve, K. M. C., Garcia Pena, G. E. and Szekely, T., 2009. Chick growth rates in Charadriiformes: comparative analyses of breeding climate, development mode and parental care. Journal of Avian Biology, 40 (5), pp. 553-558.

Rabenandrasana, M., Zefania, S., Long, P., Seing, S. T., Virginie, M. C., Randrianarisoa, M., Safford, R. and Szekely, T., 2009. Distribution, habitat and status of 'Endangered' Sakalava Rail of Madagascar. Bird Conservation International, 19 (1), pp. 23-32.

Lislevand, T., Figuerola, J. and Szekely, T., 2009. Evolution of sexual size dimorphism in grouse and allies (Aves: Phasianidae) in relation to mating competition, fecundity demands and resource division. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22 (9), pp. 1895-1905.

Harrison, F., Barta, Z., Cuthill, I. and Szekely, T., 2009. How is sexual conflict over parental care resolved? A meta-analysis. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22 (9), pp. 1800-1812.

Kupper, C., Augustin, J., Kosztolanyi, A., Burke, T., Figuerola, J. and Szekely, T., 2009. Kentish versus Snowy Plover: Phenotypic and genetic analyses of Charadrius alexandrinus reveal divergence of Eurasian and American subspecies. Auk, 126 (4), pp. 839-852.

Kosztolanyi, A., Cuthill, I. C. and Szekely, T., 2009. Negotiation between parents over care: reversible compensation during incubation. Behavioral Ecology, 20 (2), pp. 446-452.

Yu, M., Ming, M., Bao-wen, H., Brinkhuizen, D. and Szekely, T., 2009. Nests and nest-site selection of White-crowned Penduline Tit Remiz coronatus in the Northern Xinjiang. Zoological Research, 30 (5), pp. 565-570.

Gergely, Z., Meszaros, L. A., Szabad, J. and Szekely, T., 2009. Old nests are cues for suitable breeding sites in the Eurasian penduline tit Remiz pendulinus. Journal of Avian Biology, 40 (1), pp. 2-6.

Kupper, C., Burke, T., Szekely, T. and Dawson, D. A., 2008. Enhanced cross-species utility of conserved microsatellite markers in shorebirds. BMC Genomics, 9, p. 502.

Pogány, Á., Szentirmai, I., Komdeur, J. and Székely, T., 2008. Sexual conflict and consistency of offspring desertion in Eurasian penduline tit Remiz pendulinus. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8 (1), p. 242.

Serroan-Meneses, M. A., Cordoba-Aguilar, A., Azpilicueta-Amorin, M., Gonzalez-Soriano, E. and Szekely, T., 2008. Sexual selection, sexual size dimorphism and Rensch’s rule in Odonata. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 21 (5), pp. 1259-1273.

Dawes, A. and Szekely, T., 2008. The UK Great Bustard reintroduction. Avian Biology Research, 1 (1), p. 42.

Olson, V. A., Liker, A., Freckleton, R. P. and Szekely, T., 2008. Parental conflict in birds: comparative analyses of offspring development, ecology and mating opportunities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 275 (1632), pp. 301-307.

Moskat, C., Szekely, T., Cuthill, I. C. and Kisbenedek, T., 2008. Hosts' responses to parasitic eggs : Which cues elicit hosts' egg discrimination? Ethology, 114 (2), pp. 186-194.

Zefania, S., Ffrench-Constant, R., Long, P. R. and Szekely, T., 2008. Breeding distribution and ecology of the threatened Madagascar Plover Charadrius thoracicus. Ostrich, 79 (1), pp. 43-51.

Long, P. R., Zefania, S., Ffrench-Constant, R. H. and Szekely, T., 2008. Estimating the population size of an endangered shorebird, the Madagascar plover, using a habitat suitability model. Animal Conservation, 11 (2), pp. 118-127.

Pogany, A., Altbacker, V. and Szekely, T., 2008. Male signalling and dominance in the Penduline Tit Remiz pendulinus. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 54 (2), pp. 191-199.

Van Dijk, R. E., Komdeur, J., Velde, M., Szentirmai, I., Yang, X., Ffrench-Constant, R. and Székely, T., 2008. Offspring sex ratio in the sequentially polygamous Penduline Tit Remiz pendulinus. Journal of Ornithology, 149 (4), pp. 521-527.

Van Dijk, R. E. and Székely, T., 2008. Post-fertilization reproductive strategies. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences

Kingma, S. A., Szentirmai, I., Szekely, T., Bokony, V., Bleeker, M., Liker, A. and Komdeur, J., 2008. Sexual selection and the function of a melanin-based plumage ornament in polygamous penduline tits Remiz pendulinus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 62 (8), pp. 1277-1288.

Van Dijk, R. E., Pilon, A. E., Szentirmai, I., Szekely, T. and Komdeur, J., 2008. The influence of habitat structure on sexual conflict over care in Penduline Tits Remiz pendulinus. Ardea, 96 (1), pp. 3-11.

Szentirmai, I. and Szekely, T., 2008. The mating system of the penduline tit (Remiz pendulinus) : An evolutionary race of males and females. Aquila, 114-115, pp. 103-116.

Lislevand, T., Figuerola, J. and Szekely, T., 2007. Avian body sizes in relation to fecundity, mating system, display behavior, and resource sharing. Ecology, 88 (6), p. 1605.

Sol, D., Szekely, T., Liker, A. and Lefebvre, L., 2007. Big-brained birds survive better in nature. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 274 (1611), pp. 763-769.

Kupper, C., Horsburgh, G. J., Dawson, D. A., Ffrench-Constant, R., Szekely, T. and Burke, T., 2007. Characterization of 36 polymorphic microsatellite loci in the Kentish plover (Charadrius alexandrinus) including two sex-linked loci and their amplification in four other Charadrius species. Molecular Ecology Notes, 7 (1), pp. 35-39.

Zeng, S. J., Szekely, T., Zhang, X. W., Lu, K., Liu, L. and Zuo, M. X., 2007. Comparative analyses of song complexity and song-control nuclei in fourteen oscine species. Zoological Science, 24 (1), pp. 1-9.

Szekely, T. and Gaillard, A., 2007. Conserving biodiversity using patent law. Nature Biotechnology, 25 (10), pp. 1087-1088.

Long, P. R., Szekely, T., Kershaw, M. and O'Connell, M., 2007. Ecological factors and human threats both drive wildfowl population declines. Animal Conservation, 10 (2), pp. 183-191.

Pogany, A. and Szekely, T., 2007. Female choice in the penduline tit Remiz pendulinus: the effects of nest size and male mask size. Behaviour, 144, pp. 411-427.

Thomas, G. H., Lanctot, R. B. and Szekely, T., 2007. Population declines in North American shorebirds: ecology, life-history and sexual selection. In: Boere, G. C., Galbraith, C. A. and Stroud, D. A., eds. Waterbirds around the World. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office, pp. 207-208.

Thomas, G. H., Szekely, T. and Reynolds, J. D., 2007. Sexual conflict and the evolution of breeding systems in shorebirds. Advances in the Study of Behavior, 37, pp. 279-342.

Szentirmai, I., Szekely, T. and Komdeur, J., 2007. Sexual conflict over care: antagonistic effects of clutch desertion on reproductive success of male and female penduline tits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20 (5), pp. 1739-1744.

Van Dijk, R., Szentirmai, I., Komdeur, J. and Szekely, T., 2007. Sexual conflict over parental care in Penduline Tits Remiz pendulinus: the process of clutch desertion. Ibis, 149 (3), pp. 530-534.

Szekely, T., Kosztolanyi, A., Kupper, C. and Thomas, G. H., 2007. Sexual conflict over parental care: a case study of shorebirds. Journal of Ornithology, 148, S211-S217.

Dale, J., Dunn, P. O., Figuerola, J., Lislevand, T., Szekely, T. and Whittingham, L. A., 2007. Sexual selection explains Rensch's rule of allometry for sexual size dimorphism. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 274 (1628), pp. 2971-2979.

Serrano-Meneses, M. A., Cordoba-Aguilar, A., Mendez, V., Layen, S. J. and Szekely, T., 2007. Sexual size dimorphism in the American rubyspot: male body size predicts male competition and mating success. Animal Behaviour, 73, pp. 987-997.

Serrano-Meneses, M. A., Azpilicueta-Amorin, M., Szekely, T. and Cordoba-Aguilar, A., 2007. The development of sexual differences in body size in Odonata in relation to mating systems. European Journal of Entomology, 104 (3), pp. 453-458.

Kosztolanyi, A., Szekely, T. and Cuthill, I. C., 2007. The function of habitat change during brood-rearing in the precocial Kentish plover Charadrius alexandrinus. Acta Ethologica, 10 (2), pp. 73-79.

Gonzalez-Voyer, A., Szekely, T. and Drummond, H., 2007. Why do some siblings attack each other? Comparative analysis of aggression in avian broods. Evolution, 61 (8), pp. 1946-1955.

Szekely, T., Thomas, G. H. and Cuthill, I. C., 2006. Sexual conflict, ecology, and breeding systems in shorebirds. BioScience, 56 (10), pp. 801-808.

Sol, D., Szekely, T., Liker, A. and Lefebvre, L., 2006. Big-brained birds survive better in nature. Journal of Ornithology, 147 (5), p. 254.

Meszaros, A. L., Kajdocsi, S., Szentirmai, I., Komdeur, J. and Szekely, T., 2006. Breeding site fidelity in penduline tit Remiz pendulinus in Southern Hungary. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 52 (1), pp. 39-42.

Thomas, G. H., Lanctot, R. B. and Szekely, T., 2006. Can intrinsic factors explain population declines in North American breeding shorebirds? A comparative analysis. Animal Conservation, 9 (3), pp. 252-258.

Thomas, G. H., Freckleton, R. P. and Szekely, T., 2006. Comparative analyses of the influence of developmental mode on phenotypic diversification rates in shorebirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 273 (1594), pp. 1619-1624.

Zefania, S., Long, P., Szekely, T. and French-Constant, R., 2006. Conservation biology of endangered wetland birds in Madagascar. Journal of Ornithology, 147 (5), p. 278.

Kosztolanyi, A., Szekely, T., Cuthill, I. C., Yilmaz, K. T. and Berberoglu, S., 2006. Ecological constraints on breeding system evolution: the influence of habitat on brood desertion in Kentish plover. Journal of Animal Ecology, 75 (1), pp. 257-265.

Thomas, R. J., Szekely, T., Powell, R. F. and Cuthill, I. C., 2006. Eye size, foraging methods and the timing of foraging in shorebirds. Functional Ecology, 20 (1), pp. 157-165.

Szekely, T., 2006. Sexual conflict over parental care. Journal of Ornithology, 147 (5), p. 10.

Serrano-Meneses, M. A. and Szekely, T., 2006. Sexual size dimorphism in seabirds: sexual selection, fecundity selection and differential niche-utilisation. Oikos, 113 (3), pp. 385-394.

Raihani, G., Szekely, T., Serrano-Meneses, M. A., Pitra, C. and Goriup, P., 2006. The influence of sexual selection and male agility on sexual size dimorphism in bustards (Otididae). Animal Behaviour, 71, pp. 833-838.

Bokony, V., Liker, A., Szekely, T., Kris, J. and Szentirmai, I., 2005. A melanin alapú színezet funkciója madaraknál: a hódító fekete? (The functions of melanin-based plumage in birds: the attractive black). Allattani Kozlemenyek (Zoological Communications), 90 (2), pp. 17-28.

Bleeker, M., Kingma, S. A., Szentirmai, I., Szekely, T. and Komdeur, J., 2005. Body condition and clutch desertion in penduline tit Remiz pendulinus. Behaviour, 142 Nov-Dec, pp. 1465-1478.

Houston, A. I., Szekely, T. and McNamara, J. M., 2005. Conflict between parents over care. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 20 (1), pp. 33-38.

Thomas, G. H. and Szekely, T., 2005. Evolutionary pathways in shorebird breeding systems: Sexual conflict, parental care, and chick development. Evolution, 59 (10), pp. 2222-2230.

Liker, A. and Szekely, T., 2005. Mortality costs of sexual selection and parental care in natural populations of birds. Evolution, 59 (4), pp. 890-897.

Sandercock, B. K., Szekely, T. and Kosztolanyi, A., 2005. The effects of age and sex on the apparent survival of Kentish Plovers breeding in southern Turkey. Condor, 107 (3), pp. 583-596.

Szentirmai, I., Szekely, T. and Liker, A., 2005. The influence of nest size on heat loss of Penduline Tit eggs. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 51 (1), pp. 59-66.

Szentirmai, I., Komdeur, J. and Szekely, T., 2005. What makes a nest-building male successful? Male behavior and female care in penduline tits. Behavioral Ecology, 16 (6), pp. 994-1000.

Thomas, G. H., Wills, M. A. and Szekely, T., 2004. A supertree approach to shorebird phylogeny. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 4.

Szekely, T., Kris, J. and Kosztolanyi, A., 2004. Using a mobile hide in wader research. Wader Study Group Bulletin, 103, pp. 40-41.

Thomas, G. H., Wills, M. A. and Szekely, T., 2004. Phylogeny of shorebirds, gulls, and alcids (Aves : Charadrii) from the cytochrome-b gene: parsimony, Bayesian inference, minimum evolution, and quartet puzzling. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 30 (3), pp. 516-526.

Lendvai, A. Z., Kis, J., Szekely, T. and Cuthill, I. C., 2004. An investigation of mate choice based on manipulation of multiple ornaments in Kentish plovers. Animal Behaviour, 67, pp. 703-709.

Szekely, T., Cuthill, I. C., Yezerinac, S., Griffiths, R. and Kis, J., 2004. Brood sex ratio in the Kentish plover. Behavioral Ecology, 15 Jan-Feb (1), pp. 58-62.

Szentirmai, I. and Szekely, T., 2004. Diurnal variation in nest material use by the Kentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinus. Ibis, 146 (3), pp. 535-537.

Kupper, C., Kis, J., Kosztolanyi, A., Szekely, T., Cuthill, I. C. and Blomqvist, D., 2004. Genetic mating system and timing of extra-pair fertilizations in the Kentish plover. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 57 (1), pp. 32-39.

Osorno, J. L. and Szekely, T., 2004. Sexual conflict and parental care in magnificent frigatebirds: full compensation by deserted females. Animal Behaviour, 68, pp. 337-342.

Szekely, T., Freckleton, R. P. and Reynolds, J. D., 2004. Sexual selection explains Rensch's rule of size dimorphism in shorebirds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101 (33), pp. 12224-12227.

Szekely, T., 2004. Shorebirds are declining globally. In: International Symposium on Migratory Birds, 2004-01-01, Gunsan, South Korea.

Yilmaz, K. T., Cakan, H. and Szekely, T., 2003. Management needs of coastal areas in the Eastern Mediterranean. In: MedCoast 2003, 2003-10-07 - 2003-10-11, Ravenna.

Liker, A., Barta, Z. and Szekely, T., 2003. Az elet jatekai: strategiak a taplalkozasban es a parszerzesben (Games of life: foraging and mating strategies). Magyar Tudomany, 48 (8), pp. 984-990.

Blomqvist, D., Andersson, M., Küpper, C., Cuthill, I. C., Kis, J., Lanctot, R. B., Sandercock, B. K., Szekely, T., Wallander, J. and Kempenaers, B., 2003. Evolutionary biology (communication arising): Why do birds engage in extra-pair copulation? A reply to Griffith & Montgomerie. Nature, 422 (6934), pp. 833-834.

Thomas, G. H., Szekely, T. and Sutherland, W. J., 2003. Publication bias in waders. Wader Study Group Bulletin, 100, pp. 216-223.

Lindenfors, P., Szekely, T. and Reynolds, J. D., 2003. Directional changes in sexual size dimorphism in shorebirds, gulls and alcids. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 16 (5), pp. 930-938.

Bokony, V., Liker, A., Szekely, T. and Kis, J., 2003. Melanin-based plumage coloration and flight displays in plovers and allies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 270 (1532), pp. 2491-2497.

Bokony, V., Liker, A., Szekely, T. and Kis, J., 2003. Melanin-based plumage coloration and flight displays in plovers and allies. Wader Study Group Bulletin, 102, p. 31.

Kis, J. and Szekely, T., 2003. Sexually dimorphic breast-feathers in the Kentish Plover charadrius alexandrinus. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 49 (2), pp. 103-110.

Moskat, C., Szekely, T., Kisbenedek, T., Karcza, Z. and Bartol, I., 2003. The importance of nest cleaning in egg rejection behaviour of great reed warblers Acrocephalus arundinaceus. Journal of Avian Biology, 34 (1), pp. 16-19.

Kosztolanyi, A., Szekely, T. and Cuthill, I. C., 2003. Why do both parents incubate in the Kentish plover? Ethology, 109 (8), pp. 645-658.

Szekely, T., 2002. Putting all eggs into one basket: review of Klaassen, Lindstrom, Meltofte & Piersma (2001) "Arctic waders are not capital breeders" (Nature 413: 794). Wader Study Group Bulletin, 97.

Webb, J. N., Szekely, T., Houston, A. I. and McNamara, J. M., 2002. A theoretical analysis of the energetic costs and consequences of parental care decisions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences, 357 (1419), pp. 331-340.

Balshine, S., Kempenaers, B. and Szekely, T., 2002. Conflict and cooperation in parental care - Introduction. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences, 357 (1419), pp. 237-240.

Szentirmai, I. and Szekely, T., 2002. Do Kentish plovers regulate the amount of their nest material? An experimental test. Behaviour, 139, pp. 847-859.

McNamara, J. M., Houston, A. I., Szekely, T. and Webb, J. N., 2002. Do parents make independent decisions about desertion? Animal Behaviour, 64, pp. 147-149.

Thomas, R. J., Szekely, T., Cuthill, I. C., Harper, D. G. C., Newson, S. E., Frayling, T. D. and Wallis, P. D., 2002. Eye size in birds and the timing of song at dawn. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 269 (1493), pp. 831-837.

Blomqvist, D., Andersson, M., Kupper, C., Cuthill, I. C., Kis, J., Lanctot, R. B., Sandercock, B. K., Szekely, T., Wallander, J. and Kempenaers, B., 2002. Genetic similarity between mates and extra-pair parentage in three species of shorebirds. Nature, 419 (6907), pp. 613-615.

Barta, Z. N., Houston, A. I., McNamara, J. M. and Szekely, T., 2002. Sexual conflict about parental care: The role of reserves. American Naturalist, 159 (6), pp. 687-705.

Kosztolanyi, A. and Szekely, T., 2002. Using a transponder system to monitor incubation routines of Snowy Plovers. Journal of Field Ornithology, 73 Spr (2), pp. 199-205.

Cuthill, I., Szekely, T., McNamara, J. and Houston, A., 2002. Why do birds get divorced? NERC News, 2002 (Spring), pp. 6-7.

Szentirmai, A., Kosztolanyi, A. and Szekely, T., 2001. Daily changes in body mass of incubating Kentish plovers. Ornis Hungarica, 11, pp. 27-32.

Liker, A., Reynolds, J. D. and Szekely, T., 2001. The evolution of egg size in socially polyandrous shorebirds. Oikos, 95 (1), pp. 3-14.

Szekely, T. and Cuthill, I. C., 2000. Trade-off between mating opportunities and parental care: brood desertion by female Kentish plovers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 267 (1457), pp. 2087-2092.

McNamara, J. M., Szekely, T., Webb, J. N. and Houston, A. I., 2000. A dynamic game-theoretic model of parental care. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 205 (4), pp. 605-623.

Szekely, T., Reynolds, J. D. and Figuerola, J., 2000. Sexual size dimorphism in shorebirds, gulls, and alcids: the influence of sexual and natural selection. Evolution, 54 (4), pp. 1404-1413.

Airey, D. C., Buchanan, K. L., Szekely, T., Catchpole, C. K. and DeVoogd, T. J., 2000. Song, sexual selection, and a song control nucleus (HVc) in the brains of European sedge warblers. Journal of Neurobiology, 44 (1), pp. 1-6.

Kis, J., Liker, A. and Szekely, T., 2000. Nest defence by Lapwings: Observations on natural behaviour and an experiment. Ardea, 88 (2), pp. 155-163.

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