Petri T. Niemelä
Petri T. Niemelä
Organismal and Evolutionary Biology Research Programme, University of Helsinki, Helsinki
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Pace-of-life syndromes: a framework for the adaptive integration of behaviour, physiology and life history
M Dammhahn, NJ Dingemanse, PT Niemelä, D Réale
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72 (3), 1-8, 2018
1492018
Integrating behaviour with life history: boldness of the field cricket, Gryllus integer, during ontogeny
PT Niemelä, A Vainikka, AV Hedrick, R Kortet
Functional Ecology 26 (2), 450-456, 2012
1232012
Artificial environments and the study of ‘adaptive’personalities
PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29 (5), 245-247, 2014
1112014
Individual differences in behaviour explain variation in survival: a meta‐analysis
M Moiron, KL Laskowski, PT Niemelä
Ecology Letters 23 (2), 399-408, 2020
892020
Personality pace-of-life hypothesis: testing genetic associations among personality and life history
PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse, N Alioravainen, A Vainikka, R Kortet
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 935-941, 2013
832013
Meta-analysis reveals weak associations between intrinsic state and personality
PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1873), 20172823, 2018
772018
Predator-induced changes in the boldness of naïve field crickets, Gryllus integer, depends on behavioural type
PT Niemelä, N DiRienzo, AV Hedrick
Animal Behaviour 84 (1), 129-135, 2012
762012
How does variation in the environment and individual cognition explain the existence of consistent behavioral differences?
PT Niemelä, A Vainikka, JT Forsman, OJ Loukola, R Kortet
Ecology and evolution 3 (2), 457-464, 2013
732013
On the usage of single measurements in behavioural ecology research on individual differences
PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse
Animal behaviour 145, 99-105, 2018
532018
Personality-related survival and sampling bias in wild cricket nymphs
PT Niemelä, EZ Lattenkamp, NJ Dingemanse
Behavioral Ecology 26 (3), 936-946, 2015
502015
Nymphal density, behavioral development, and life history in a field cricket
PT Niemelä, A Vainikka, S Lahdenperä, R Kortet
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (5), 645-652, 2012
502012
Measurement artefacts lead to false positives in the study of birdsong in noise
H Brumm, SA Zollinger, PT Niemelä, P Sprau
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (11), 1617-1625, 2017
422017
Behavioural mediators of genetic life-history trade-offs: a test of the pace-of-life syndrome hypothesis in field crickets
F Santostefano, AJ Wilson, PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1864), 20171567, 2017
412017
Individual versus pseudo‐repeatability in behaviour: Lessons from translocation experiments in a wild insect
PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (5), 1033-1043, 2017
402017
Boldness as a consistent personality trait in the noble crayfish, Astacus astacus
A Vainikka, MJ Rantala, P Niemelä, H Hirvonen, R Kortet
acta ethologica 14 (1), 17-25, 2011
402011
A guide for studying among-individual behavioral variation from movement data in the wild
AG Hertel, PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse, T Mueller
Movement Ecology 8 (1), 1-18, 2020
372020
Behavioural variation in Eurasian perch populations with respect to relative catchability
L Härkönen, P Hyvärinen, PT Niemelä, A Vainikka
acta ethologica 19 (1), 21-31, 2016
372016
Sex differences in life history, behavior, and physiology along a slow-fast continuum: a meta-analysis
M Tarka, A Guenther, PT Niemelä, S Nakagawa, DWA Noble
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72 (8), 1-13, 2018
322018
Juvenile pathogen exposure affects the presence of personality in adult field crickets
N DiRienzo, PT Niemelä, A Skog, A Vainikka, R Kortet
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 36, 2015
322015
Indirect genetic effects: a key component of the genetic architecture of behaviour
F Santostefano, AJ Wilson, PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
312017
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