Dr Mark Whiteside
Associate Research Fellow

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Journal articles

Van Horik JO (In Press). The repeatability of cognitive performance: a meta-analysis. Philosophical Transactions B: Biological Sciences Full text.
Whiteside MA, Bess MM, Frasnelli E, Beardsworth CE, Langley EJG, van Horik JO, Madden JR (2018). Low survival of strongly footed pheasants may explain constraints on lateralization. Sci Rep, 8(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Whiteside MA, Van Horik J, Langley E, Beardsworth C, Madden J (2018). Size dimorphism and sexual segregation in pheasants: tests of three competing hypotheses. PeerJ Full text.
Madden JR, Langley EJG, Whiteside MA, Beardsworth CE, van Horik JO (2018). The quick are the dead: pheasants that are slow to reverse a learned association survive for longer in the wild. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 373(1756). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Whiteside MA, van Horik JO, Langley EJG, Beardsworth CE, Laker PR, Madden JR (2017). Differences in social preference between the sexes during ontogeny drive segregation in a precocial species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71 Full text. DOI.
van Horik JO, Langley EJ, Whiteside MA, Madden JR (2017). Differential participation in cognitive tests is driven by personality, sex, body condition and experience. Behavioural Processes, 134, 22-30. Full text. DOI.
Whiteside MA, Langley EJG, Madden JR (2016). Males and females differentially adjust vigilance levels as group size increases: effect on optimal group size. Animal Behaviour, 118, 11-18. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Whiteside MA, Sage R, Madden JR (2016). Multiple behavioural, morphological and cognitive developmental changes arise from a single alteration to early life spatial environment, resulting in fitness consequences for released pheasants. Royal Society Open Science, 3(3). Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Whiteside MA, Sage R, Madden JR (2015). Diet complexity in early life affects survival in released pheasants by altering foraging efficiency, food choice, handling skills and gut morphology. J Anim Ecol, 84(6), 1480-1489. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Madden JR, Whiteside MA (2014). Selection on behavioural traits during 'unselective' harvesting means that shy pheasants better survive a hunting season. Animal Behaviour, 87(C), 129-135. Abstract. DOI.
Madden JR, Whiteside MA (2013). Variation in female mate choice and mating success is affected by sex ratio experienced during early life. Animal Behaviour
Madden JR, Whiteside MA (2013). Variation in female mate choice and mating success is affected by sex ratio experienced during early life. Animal Behaviour, 86(1), 139-142. Abstract. DOI.

Publications by year



In Press

Van Horik JO (In Press). The repeatability of cognitive performance: a meta-analysis. Philosophical Transactions B: Biological Sciences Full text.

2018

Whiteside MA, Bess MM, Frasnelli E, Beardsworth CE, Langley EJG, van Horik JO, Madden JR (2018). Low survival of strongly footed pheasants may explain constraints on lateralization. Sci Rep, 8(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Whiteside MA, Van Horik J, Langley E, Beardsworth C, Madden J (2018). Size dimorphism and sexual segregation in pheasants: tests of three competing hypotheses. PeerJ Full text.
Madden JR, Langley EJG, Whiteside MA, Beardsworth CE, van Horik JO (2018). The quick are the dead: pheasants that are slow to reverse a learned association survive for longer in the wild. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 373(1756). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2017

Whiteside MA, van Horik JO, Langley EJG, Beardsworth CE, Laker PR, Madden JR (2017). Differences in social preference between the sexes during ontogeny drive segregation in a precocial species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71 Full text. DOI.
van Horik JO, Langley EJ, Whiteside MA, Madden JR (2017). Differential participation in cognitive tests is driven by personality, sex, body condition and experience. Behavioural Processes, 134, 22-30. Full text. DOI.

2016

Whiteside MA, Langley EJG, Madden JR (2016). Males and females differentially adjust vigilance levels as group size increases: effect on optimal group size. Animal Behaviour, 118, 11-18. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Whiteside MA, Sage R, Madden JR (2016). Multiple behavioural, morphological and cognitive developmental changes arise from a single alteration to early life spatial environment, resulting in fitness consequences for released pheasants. Royal Society Open Science, 3(3). Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2015

Whiteside MA, Sage R, Madden JR (2015). Diet complexity in early life affects survival in released pheasants by altering foraging efficiency, food choice, handling skills and gut morphology. J Anim Ecol, 84(6), 1480-1489. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2014

Madden JR, Whiteside MA (2014). Selection on behavioural traits during 'unselective' harvesting means that shy pheasants better survive a hunting season. Animal Behaviour, 87(C), 129-135. Abstract. DOI.

2013

Madden JR, Whiteside MA (2013). Variation in female mate choice and mating success is affected by sex ratio experienced during early life. Animal Behaviour
Madden JR, Whiteside MA (2013). Variation in female mate choice and mating success is affected by sex ratio experienced during early life. Animal Behaviour, 86(1), 139-142. Abstract. DOI.