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  1. Bergmann patterns in planktivorous fishes: A light‐size or zooplankton community‐size rule is just as valid explanation as the temperature‐size rule
  2. Adaptive host responses to infection can resemble parasitic manipulation
  3. Adaptive host responses to infection can resemble parasitic manipulation
  4. From self-interest to cooperation: extra-pair mating as a driver of relaxed territorial aggression in social neighbourhoods
  5. Bioenergetics modelling of growth processes in parasitized Eastern Baltic cod (Gadus morhua L.)
  6. Maintaining quality assessment practices in Norwegian higher education after the two-evaluator law
  7. Fish resist temptation from junk food: state‐dependent diet choice in reproductive Atlantic cod Gadus morhua facing seasonal fluxes of lipid‐rich prey
  8. Poleward distribution of mesopelagic fishes is constrained by seasonality in light
  9. Nesting Synchrony and Clutch Size in Migratory Birds: Capital versus Income Breeding Determines Responses to Variable Spring Onset
  10. Light and energetics at seasonal extremes limit poleward range shifts
  11. Gender gaps in the performance of Norwegian biology students: the roles of test anxiety and science confidence
  12. Hormonal adjustments to future expectations impact growth and survival in juvenile fish
  13. Body size adaptions under climate change: zooplankton community more important than temperature or food abundance in model of a zooplanktivorous fish
  14. Hormones as adaptive control systems in juvenile fish
  15. Hormones as adaptive control systems in juvenile fish
  16. Fishing for answers
  17. Light comfort zone in a mesopelagic fish emerges from adaptive behaviour along a latitudinal gradient
  18. Smaller Classes Promote Equitable Student Participation in STEM
  19. Dying from the lesser of three evils: facilitation and non‐consumptive effects emerge in a model with multiple predators
  20. Decision-Making From the Animal Perspective: Bridging Ecology and Subjective Cognition
  21. Evolutionary effects of fishing gear on foraging behavior and life-history traits
  22. Parent-offspring conflict over reproductive timing: ecological dynamics far away and at other times may explain spawning variability in Pacific herring
  23. Correlates of complete brood failure in blue tits: could extra-pair mating provide unexplored benefits to females?
  24. Oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: blurring ecology and physiology
  25. Disentangling the role of sea lice on the marine survival of Atlantic salmon
  26. Conclusion that fishing-induced evolution is negligible follows from model assumptions
  27. Taking animal breeding into the wild: regulation of fishing gear can make fish stocks evolve higher productivity
  28. Marine ecosystem connectivity mediated by migrant–resident interactions and the concomitant cross‐system flux of lipids
  29. From sensing to emergent adaptations: Modelling the proximate architecture for decision-making
  30. Modelling and interpreting fish bioenergetics: a role for behaviour, life-history traits and survival trade-offs
  31. Understanding the individual to implement the ecosystem approach to fisheries management
  32. The proximate architecture for decision-making in fish
  33. Response: Demography affects spawning location in Northeast Arctic cod, but what affects demography?
  34. Effects of temperature and food availability on larval cod survival: a model for behaviour in vertical gradients
  35. Bioeconomic consequences of fishing-induced evolution: a model predicts limited impact on net present value
  36. Climate change in fish: effects of respiratory constraints on optimal life history and behaviour
  37. Effects of copepod size on fish growth: a model based on data for North Sea sandeel
  38. Long‐term change in a behavioural trait: truncated spawning distribution and demography in Northeast Arctic cod
  39. Climate warming causes life-history evolution in a model for Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
  40. Life-history implications of the allometric scaling of growth
  41. The emotion system promotes diversity and evolvability
  42. Conservation physiology across scales: insights from the marine realm
  43. Extra-Pair Mating and Evolution of Cooperative Neighbourhoods
  44. Trade-offs between growth and reproduction in wild Atlantic cod
  45. Cues, strategies, and outcomes: how migrating vertebrates track environmental change
  46. Effects of the Emotion System on Adaptive Behavior
  47. Can behavioural ecology unite hypotheses for fish recruitment?
  48. Can fisheries-induced evolution shift reference points for fisheries management?
  49. Natural mortality: Its ecology, how it shapes fish life histories, and why it may be increased by fishing
  50. Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management
  51. Conservation physiology of marine fishes: advancing the predictive capacity of models
  52. Model of optimal behaviour in fish larvae predicts that food availability determines survival, but not growth
  53. Fishing-induced evolution of growth: concepts, mechanisms and the empirical evidence
  54. A Model for Optimal Offspring Size in Fish, Including Live-Bearing and Parental Effects
  55. Fishing-induced evolution and changing reproductive ecology of fish: the evolution of steepness
  56. Modelling fishing-induced adaptations and consequences for natural mortality
  57. Quantifying the Adaptive Value of Learning in Foraging Behavior
  58. ORIGINAL ARTICLE: Implications of fisheries-induced evolution for stock rebuilding and recovery
  59. ORIGINAL ARTICLE: Size-selective fishing gear and life history evolution in the Northeast Arctic cod
  60. Modeling rule-based behavior: habitat selection and the growth-survival trade-off in larval cod
  61. Changing philosophies and tools for statistical inferences in behavioral ecology
  63. Evolution of growth in Gulf of St Lawrence cod?
  64. The Role of Fisheries-Induced Evolution
  65. Ecology: Managing Evolving Fish Stocks
  66. Linking behavioural ecology and oceanography: larval behaviour determines growth, mortality and dispersal
  67. Early is better: seasonal egg fitness and timing of reproduction in a zooplankton life-history model
  68. A standard protocol for describing individual-based and agent-based models
  69. The logic of skipped spawning in fish
  70. State-dependent energy allocation in cod ( Gadus morhua )