Charles F. Thompson
Charles F. Thompson
Research Professor of Ecology, Illinois State University
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The design of artificial nestboxes for the study of secondary hole-nesting birds: a review of methodological inconsistencies and potential biases
MM Lambrechts, F Adriaensen, DR Ardia, AV Artemyev, F Atiénzar, ...
Acta Ornithologica 45, 1-26, 2010
Experimental analysis of nest predation in an old-field habitat
BM Gottfried, CF Thompson
Auk 95, 304-312, 1978
Natal and breeding dispersal in house wrens (Troglodytes aedon)
NE Drilling, CF Thompson
Auk 105, 480-491, 1988
Site fidelity and habitat quality as determinants of settlement pattern in male painted buntings
SM Lanyon, CF Thompson
Condor 88, 206-210, 1986
Fitness–related consequences of egg mass in nestling house wrens
JD Styrsky, KP Eckerle, CF Thompson
Proceedings of the Royal Society,London, B: 266, 1253-1258, 1999
Population biology of the yellow-breasted chat (Icteria virens L.) in southern Indiana
CF Thompson, V Nolan Jr
Ecological Monographs 43, 145-171, 1973
Evolution of clutch size: an experimental test in the house wren (Troglodytes aedon)
MA Finke, DJ Milinkovich, CF Thompson
Journal of Animal Ecology 56, 99-114, 1987
Neonatal body condition, immune responsiveness, and hematocrit predict longevity in a wild bird population
EK Bowers, CJ Hodges, A Forsman, LA Vogel, BS Masters, BGP Johnson, ...
Ecology 95, 3027-3034, 2014
Effects of supplemental food on a Microtus pennsylvanicus population in central Illinois
EA Desy, CF Thompson
Journal of Animal Ecology 52, 127-140, 1983
Yellow-breasted Chat: Icteria virens
KP Eckerle, CF Thompson
Birds of North America, Incorporated, 2001
Social mating system affects the frequency of extra-pair paternity in house wrens
SS Soukup, CF Thompson
Animal Behaviour 54, 1089-1105, 1997
The occurrence and significance of anomalous reproductive activities in two North American non-parasitic cuckoos Coccyzus spp.
V Nolan Jr, CF Thompson
Ibis 117, 496-503, 1975
Do potentially virulent mites affect house wren (Troglodytes aedon) reproductive success?
AJ Pacejka, CM Gratton, CF Thompson
Ecology 79, 1797-1806, 1998
Experimental manipulation of brood size in red-winged blackbirds
JR Cronmiller, CF Thompson
Auk 97, 559-565, 1980
Hatching asynchrony in the house wren, Troglodytes aedon: a test of the brood-reduction hypothesis
RG Harper, SA Juliano, CF Thompson
Behavioral Ecology 3, 76-83, 1992
Mate switching in multibrooded house wrens
NE Drilling, CF Thompson
Auk 108, 60-70, 1991
Spring temperatures influence selection on breeding date and the potential for phenological mismatch in a migratory bird
EK Bowers, JL Grindstaff, SS Soukup, NE Drilling, KP Eckerle, ...
Ecology 97, 2880-2891, 2016
Aggressiveness, boldness and parental food provisioning in male house wrens (Troglodytes aedon)
CA Barnett, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Ethology 118, 984-993, 2012
Clutch size and the costs of incubation in the house wren
RC Dobbs, JD Styrsky, CF Thompson
Behavioral Ecology 17, 849-856, 2006
Immune activation generates corticosterone-mediated terminal reproductive investment in a wild bird.
EK Bowers, RM Bowden, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
American Naturalist 185, 769-783, 2015
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