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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Oluwaseun Iyasere
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Andrew Beard
Dr Jonathan Guy
Provision of Additional Cup Drinkers Mildly Alleviated Moderate Heat Stress Conditions in Broiler Chickens2021
Dr Clare Andrews
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Time perception and patience: individual differences in interval timing precision predict choice impulsivity in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2021
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Colline Poirier
Can biomarkers of biological age be used to assess cumulative lifetime experience?2019
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Consequences of measurement error in qPCR telomere data: A simulation study2019
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Controlling for baseline telomere length biases estimates of the rate of telomere attrition2019
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Developmental history, energetic state and choice impulsivity in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2019
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Food insecurity moderates the acute effect of subjective socioeconomic status on food consumption2019
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Food-Insecure Women Eat a Less Diverse Diet in a More Temporally Variable Way: Evidence from the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2013-42019
Dr Colline Poirier
Caitlin Oliver
Janire Castellano Bueno
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Professor Melissa Bateson
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Pacing behaviour in laboratory macaques is an unreliable indicator of acute stress2019
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Gillian Pepper
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Professor Daniel Nettle
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Smoking does not accelerate leucocyte telomere attrition: A meta-analysis of 18 longitudinal cohorts2019
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