• Behavioral thermoregulation is highly repeatable and unaffected by digestive status in Agama atra 

      van Berkel, J.; Clusella-Trulla, S. (John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd, 2018)
      The precision and the extent of behavioral thermoregulation are likely to provide fitness benefits to ectotherms. Yet the factors driving variation in selected or preferred body temperature (Tset) and its usefulness as a ...
    • The Bogert Effect and environmental heterogeneity 

      Logan, M.L.; van Berkel, J.; Clusella-Trullas, S. (2019)
      A classic question in evolutionary biology is whether behavioral flexibility hastens or hinders evolutionary change. The latter idea, that behavior reduces the number of environmental states experienced by an organism and ...