Susana A. M. Varela
Susana A. M. Varela
ISPA-IU & IGC, Portugal
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Public versus personal information for mate copying in an invertebrate
F Mery, SAM Varela, É Danchin, S Blanchet, D Parejo, I Coolen, ...
Current Biology 19 (9), 730-734, 2009
Does predation select for or against avian coloniality? A comparative analysis
SAM Varela, E Danchin, RH Wagner
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20 (4), 1490-1503, 2007
Medicinal use of fauna by a traditional community in the Brazilian Amazonia
FB Barros, SAM Varela, HM Pereira, L Vicente
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 8, 1-20, 2012
The role of mate‐choice copying in speciation and hybridization
SAM Varela, M Matos, I Schlupp
Biological Reviews 93 (2), 1304-1322, 2018
The correlated evolution of social competence and social cognition
SAM Varela, MC Teles, RF Oliveira
Functional Ecology, 2019
Sex‐biased dispersal, kin selection and the evolution of sexual conflict
GS Faria, SAM Varela, A Gardner
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 (10), 1901-1910, 2015
Developmental effects of oxytocin neurons on social affiliation and processing of social information
AR Nunes, M Gliksberg, SAM Varela, M Teles, E Wircer, J Blechman, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 41 (42), 8742-8760, 2021
Incomplete species recognition entails few costs in spider mites, despite first-male precedence
SH Clemente, LR Rodrigues, R Ponce, SAM Varela, S Magalhães
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70, 1161-1170, 2016
Short telomeres drive pessimistic judgement bias in zebrafish
F Espigares, D Abad-Tortosa, SAM Varela, MG Ferreira, RF Oliveira
Biology Letters 17 (3), 20200745, 2021
Negative public information in mate choice copying helps the spread of a novel trait
M Santos, M Matos, SAM Varela
The American Naturalist 184 (5), 658-672, 2014
Male spider mites use chemical cues, but not the female mating interval, to choose between mates
LR Rodrigues, ART Figueiredo, SAM Varela, I Olivieri, S Magalhães
Experimental and Applied Acarology 71, 1-13, 2017
Despite reproductive interference, the net outcome of reproductive interactions among spider mite species is not necessarily costly
SH Clemente, I Santos, R Ponce, LR Rodrigues, SAM Varela, ...
Behavioral Ecology 29 (2), 321-327, 2018
Sexual selection modulates genetic conflicts and patterns of genomic imprinting
GS Faria, SAM Varela, A Gardner
Evolution 71 (3), 526-540, 2017
Mate-choice copying: A fitness-enhancing behavior that evolves by indirect selection
M Santos, M Sapage, M Matos, SAM Varela
Evolution 71 (6), 1456-1464, 2017
The social evolution of sleep: sex differences, intragenomic conflicts and clinical pathologies
GS Faria, SAM Varela, A Gardner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1894), 20182188, 2019
The Relevance of In Silico, In Vitro and Non-human Primate Based Approaches to Clinical Research on Major Depressive Disorder
C Carvalho, SAM Varela, LF Bastos, I Orfão, V Beja, M Sapage, ...
Alternatives to Laboratory Animals 47 (3-4), 128-139, 2019
Social learning by mate‐choice copying increases dispersal and reduces local adaptation
M Sapage, SAM Varela, H Kokko
Functional Ecology 35 (3), 705-716, 2021
Evolution of mating behavior between two populations adapting to common environmental conditions
M Bárbaro, MS Mira, I Fragata, P Simoes, M Lima, M Lopes‐Cunha, ...
Ecology and Evolution 5 (8), 1609-1617, 2015
Are in vitro and in silico approaches used appropriately for animal-based major depressive disorder research?
C Carvalho, SAM Varela, TA Marques, A Knight, L Vicente
Plos one 15 (6), e0233954, 2020
The relation between RA Fisher's sexy-son hypothesis and WD Hamilton's greenbeard effect
GS Faria, SAM Varela, A Gardner
Evolution Letters 2 (3), 190-200, 2018
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