Direct benefits explain interspecific variation in helping behaviour among cooperatively breeding birds
Kingma, S. A. (2017)
Kinship and familiarity mitigate costs of social conflict between Seychelles warbler neighbors.
Bebbington, K., Kingma, S. A., Fairfield, E. A., Dugdale, H. L., Komdeur, J., Spurgin, L. G., & Richardson, D. S. (2017)
Delayed dispersal and the costs and benefits of different routes to independent breeding in a cooperatively breeding bird
Kingma, S. A., Bebbington, K., Hammers, M., Richardson, D. S., & Komdeur, J. (2016)
Group augmentation and the evolution of cooperation
Kingma, S. A., Santema, P., Taborsky, M., & Komdeur, J. (2014)
Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Multiple benefits of cooperative breeding in purple-crowned fairy-wrens: a consequence of fidelity?
Kingma, S. A., Hall, M. L., Arriero, E. & Peters, A. (2010)
Journal of Animal Ecology