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Sigrunn Eliassen

Associate Professor
  • E-mailSigrunn.Eliassen@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 46 22
  • Visitor Address
    Thormøhlensgt. 53 A/B
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7803
    5020 Bergen
Academic article
  • 2019. Decision-making from the animal perspective: Bridging ecology and subjective cognition. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 1-14.
  • 2018. Testing the novelty effect of an m-learning tool on internalization and achievement: A Self-Determination Theory approach. Computers & Education. 398-413.
  • 2018. Correlates of complete brood failure in blue tits: could extra-pair mating provide unexplored benefits to females? Journal of Avian Biology. 1-9.
  • 2018. AHA: A general cognitive architecture for Darwinian agents. Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures. 51-57.
  • 2016. The proximate architecture for decision-making in fish. Fish and Fisheries. 680-695.
  • 2016. From sensing to emergent adaptations: Modelling the proximate architecture for decision-making. Ecological Modelling. 90-100.
  • 2015. The crypsis hypothesis explained: A reply to Jayasuriya et al. (2015). Seed Science Research. 402-408.
  • 2014. The emotion system promotes diversity and evolvability. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences.
  • 2014. Extra-pair mating and evolution of cooperative neighbourhoods. PLOS ONE.
  • 2014. Conditions favouring hard seededness as a dispersal and predator escape strategy. Journal of Ecology. 1475-1484.
  • 2013. Optimal mate choice patterns in pelagic copepods. Oecologia. 399-408.
  • 2013. Effects of the emotion system on adaptive behavior. American Naturalist. 689-703.
  • 2012. Fishing-induced evolution of growth: concepts, mechanisms and the empirical evidence. Marine Ecology. 1-25.
  • 2009. Quantifying the adaptive value of learning in foraging behavior. American Naturalist. 478-489.
  • 2008. Current analyses do not resolve whether extra-pair paternity is male or female driven. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 1795-1804.
  • 2007. Ranging behaviour of male capercaillie Tetrao urogallus outside the lekking ground in spring. Journal of Avian Biology. 37-43.
  • 2007. Exploration or exploitation: life expectancy changes the value of learning in foraging strategies. Oikos. 513-523.
  • 2007. Copepod mating: chance or choice? Journal of Plankton Research. 1023-1030.
  • 2006. Co-existence of learners and stayers maintains the advantage of social foraging. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 1311-1324.
  • 2006. A standard protocol for describing individual-based and agent-based models. Ecological Modelling. 115-126.
  • 2005. Social interactions among Capercaillie Tetrao urogallus males outside the lek during spring. Ornis Fennica. 147-154.
  • 2005. Multiple predators in the pelagic: modelling behavioural cascades. Journal of Animal Ecology. 423-429.
  • 2004. The influence of sexual size dimorphism on the dietary shifts of Capercaillie Tetrao urogallus during spring. Ornis Fennica. 130-136.
  • 2000. Daytime roosting and habitat preference of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus males in spring - the importance of forest structure in relation to anti-predator behaviour. Wildlife Biology. 241-249.
Lecture
  • 2017. Numerical competence and quantitative skills for BSc-students in biology.
Popular scientific lecture
  • 2017. “Har du hørt om zoologen, botanikeren, og modelløren som skulle forske på frø?” En tverrfaglig hyllest til Kungeemeritus Högstedt.
  • 2010. 150 år med evolusjonsteorien.
  • 2009. Sjekketriks i naturen.
Academic lecture
  • 2019. Perceived novelty is not enough: the effect of need-support in m-learning on internalization and achievement.
  • 2018. Students Create Video Tutorials for their Peers in Discipline-Oriented Classes: Implementation Guide.
  • 2018. Building the Research Teaching Nexus in Ecology: Three Courses to Get There.
  • 2016. Reduced brood failure in mixed-paternity blue tit broods.
  • 2016. Extra-pair mating and cooperation in anti-predator behaviours.
  • 2015. Extra‐pair mating and the evolution of cooperative neighbourhoods.
  • 2015. Extra‐pair mating and evolution of cooperative neighbourhoods.
  • 2011. Extra-pair mating in birds facilitates cooperation in local neighbourhoods.
  • 2010. Female promiscuity may trigger male cooperation in predator defence.
  • 2006. Coexistence of mobile and sedentary strategies maintains the advantage of social foraging.
  • 2000. Temporal changes in daytime space use by male capercaillie Tetrao urogallus in spring.
  • 2000. Daytiem roosting habitat habitat preference of capercaillie males in spring - the importance of forest structure in relation to anti-predator behaviour.
Editorial
  • 2008. Evolution of growth in Gulf of St Lawrence cod? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences. 1111-1112.
Reader opinion piece
  • 2009. Hvor langt strekker forskerens ansvar seg? Bergens Tidende.
  • 2009. Biologien og ubehaget. Bergens Tidende.
  • 2009. Biologi velger ikke menneskesyn. Bergens Tidende.
Popular scientific article
  • 2016. Sideparinger og samarbeid. Naturen. 140-143.
  • 2009. Hvordan formes vi? Bergens Tidende.
  • 2001. Tiur og røy i et moderne skogslandskap. Jakt og fiske. 59-60.
Doctoral dissertation
  • 2006. Foraging ecology and learning. Adaptive behavioural strategies and the value of information.
Interview
  • 2009. Biologisk skivebom.
Programme participation
  • 2016. Hunnfugler og utroskap.
Museum exhibition
  • 2019. Utvalgets kraft.
Poster
  • 2018. bioST@TS, a Learning Platform for Statistical Analysis and Management of Biological Data.
  • 2009. Do female extra-pair mating promote male cooperation?
  • 2000. Sexual differences and similarities in foraging behaviour of the capercaillie Terao urogallus during spring.
Digital learning tools
  • 2016. bioST@TS, a web-based Learning Platform for Statistical Analysis and Management of Biological Data.

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