Camila P. Villavicencio

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Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen 
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Villavicencio CP, Windley H, D'Amelio PB, et al. (2021) Neuroendocrine patterns underlying seasonal song and year-round territoriality in male black redstarts. Frontiers in Zoology. 18: 8
Goymann W, Villavicencio CP, Apfelbeck B. (2015) Does a short-term increase in testosterone affect the intensity or persistence of territorial aggression? - An approach using an individual's hormonal reactive scope to study hormonal effects on behavior. Physiology & Behavior. 149: 310-6
Villavicencio CP, Blas J, Goymann W. (2014) The number of life-history stages does not influence the androgen responsiveness to male-male interactions: sedentary and migratory black redstarts (Phoenicurus ochruros) do not elevate testosterone in response to simulated territorial intrusions. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 205: 159-65
Villavicencio CP, Apfelbeck B, Goymann W. (2014) Parental care, loss of paternity and circulating levels of testosterone and corticosterone in a socially monogamous song bird. Frontiers in Zoology. 11: 11
Quispe R, Villavicencio CP, Addis E, et al. (2014) Seasonal variations of basal cortisol and high stress response to captivity in Octodon degus, a mammalian model species. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 197: 65-72
Villavicencio CP, Apfelbeck B, Goymann W. (2013) Experimental induction of social instability during early breeding does not alter testosterone levels in male black redstarts, a socially monogamous songbird. Hormones and Behavior. 64: 461-7
Apfelbeck B, Mortega K, Kiefer S, et al. (2013) Associated and disassociated patterns in hormones, song, behavior and brain receptor expression between life-cycle stages in male black redstarts, Phoenicurus ochruros. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 184: 93-102
Ebensperger LA, Sobrero R, Quirici V, et al. (2012) Ecological drivers of group living in two populations of the communally rearing rodent, Octodon degus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 66: 261-274
Ippi S, Vásquez RA, Moreno J, et al. (2012) Breeding biology of the Southern house wren on Chilo Island, Southern Chile Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 124: 531-537
Quispe R, Villavicencio CP, Cortés A, et al. (2009) Inter-population variation in hoarding behaviour in degus, octodon degus Ethology. 115: 465-474
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