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|Title:||Greater precision, not parsimony, is the key to testing the peri-ovulation spandrel hypothesis: a response to comments on Havlíček et al. 2015|
Cobey, Kelly D
Roberts, S Craig
|Citation:||Havlicek J, Cobey KD, Barrett L, Klapilova K & Roberts SC (2015) Greater precision, not parsimony, is the key to testing the peri-ovulation spandrel hypothesis: a response to comments on Havlíček et al. 2015. Behavioral Ecology, 26 (5), pp. 1265-1267.|
|Abstract:||We welcome the wide range of comments provoked by the introduction of our alternative theoretical perspective on the peri-ovulation paradigm (Havlíček etal. 2015)—some positive and some very critical—and here we address briefly some of the key objections|
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