Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity?

Miranda AC, Schielzeth H, Sonntag T, Partecke J (2013)
Global Change Biology 19(9): 2634-2644.

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Miranda AC, Schielzeth H, Sonntag T, Partecke J. Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity? Global Change Biology. 2013;19(9):2634-2644.
Miranda, A. C., Schielzeth, H., Sonntag, T., & Partecke, J. (2013). Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity? Global Change Biology, 19(9), 2634-2644.
Miranda, A. C., Schielzeth, H., Sonntag, T., and Partecke, J. (2013). Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity? Global Change Biology 19, 2634-2644.
Miranda, A.C., et al., 2013. Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity? Global Change Biology, 19(9), p 2634-2644.
A.C. Miranda, et al., “Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity?”, Global Change Biology, vol. 19, 2013, pp. 2634-2644.
Miranda, A.C., Schielzeth, H., Sonntag, T., Partecke, J.: Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity? Global Change Biology. 19, 2634-2644 (2013).
Miranda, Ana Catarina, Schielzeth, Holger, Sonntag, Tanja, and Partecke, Jesko. “Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity?”. Global Change Biology 19.9 (2013): 2634-2644.
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