Robert C. Brooks, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Evolution & Ecology Research Centre The University of New South Wales, Australia 
Area:
evolutionary ecology, behavioral ecology, quantitative genetics
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Garratt M, Kee AJ, Palme R, et al. (2016) Male Presence can Increase Body Mass and Induce a Stress-Response in Female Mice Independent of Costs of Offspring Production. Scientific Reports. 6: 23538
Gouda-Vossos A, Dixson BJ, Brooks RC. (2016) Sexual Conflict and Gender Gap Effects: Associations between Social Context and Sex on Rated Attractiveness and Economic Status. Plos One. 11: e0146269
Garratt M, Lemaître JF, Douhard M, et al. (2015) High juvenile mortality is associated with sex-specific adult survival and lifespan in wild roe deer. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 759-63
Garratt M, Brooks RC. (2015) A genetic reduction in antioxidant function causes elevated aggression in mice. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 218: 223-7
Han CS, Brooks RC. (2015) The interaction between genotype and juvenile and adult density environment in shaping multidimensional reaction norms of behaviour Functional Ecology. 29: 78-87
Fricke C, Adler MI, Brooks RC, et al. (2015) The complexity of male reproductive success: Effects of nutrition, morphology, and experience Behavioral Ecology. 26: 617-624
Lee AJ, Brooks RC, Potter KJ, et al. (2015) Pathogen disgust sensitivity and resource scarcity are associated with mate preference for different waist-to-hip ratios, shoulder-to-hip ratios, and body mass index Evolution and Human Behavior. 36: 480-488
Han CS, Jablonski PG, Brooks RC. (2015) Intimidating courtship and sex differences in predation risk lead to sex-specific behavioural syndromes Animal Behaviour. 109: 177-185
Han CS, Brooks RC. (2015) Same-sex sexual behaviour as a by-product of reproductive strategy under male-male scramble competition Animal Behaviour. 108: 193-197
Garratt M, Pichaud N, Glaros EN, et al. (2014) Superoxide dismutase deficiency impairs olfactory sexual signaling and alters bioenergetic function in mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 8119-24
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