Raoul A Mulder
Raoul A Mulder
Professor, School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Helpers liberate female fairy-wrens from constraints on extra-pair mate choice
RA Mulder, PO Dunn, A Cockburn, KAL Cohen, MJ Howell
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1994
3981994
Dominant males punish helpers for temporary defection in Superb Fairy-wrens.
RA Mulder, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour, 1993
1781993
Fairy-wren helpers often care for young to which they are unrelated
PO Dunn, A Cockburn, RA Mulder
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1995
1541995
Male heterozygosity predicts territory size, song structure and reproductive success in a cooperatively breeding bird
N Seddon, W Amos, RA Mulder, JA Tobias
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1472004
Divorce, dispersal and incest avoidance in the cooperatively breeding superb fairy‐wren Malurus cyaneus
A Cockburn, HL Osmond, RA Mulder, DJ Green, MC Double
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (2), 189-202, 2003
1312003
A conceptual framework linking learning design with learning analytics
A Bakharia, L Corrin, P De Barba, G Kennedy, D Gašević, R Mulder, ...
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Learning Analytics …, 2016
1272016
Peer review in higher education: Student perceptions before and after participation
RA Mulder, JM Pearce, C Baik
Active Learning in Higher Education 15 (2), 157-171, 2014
1142014
Geographically pervasive effects of urban noise on frequency and syllable rate of songs and calls in silvereyes (Zosterops lateralis)
DA Potvin, KM Parris, RA Mulder
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1717), 2464-2469, 2011
1112011
Can we measure the benefits of help in cooperatively breeding birds: the case of superb fairy‐wrens Malurus cyaneus?
A Cockburn, RA Sims, HL Osmond, DJ Green, MC Double, RA Mulder
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (3), 430-438, 2008
1042008
Prevalence and socio-demographic correlates of psychological distress among students at an Australian university
W Larcombe, S Finch, R Sore, CM Murray, S Kentish, RA Mulder, ...
Studies in Higher Education 41 (6), 1074-1091, 2016
952016
Mutual ornamentation, sexual selection, and social dominance in the black swan
K Kraaijeveld, J Gregurke, C Hall, J Komdeur, RA Mulder
Behavioral Ecology 15 (3), 380-389, 2004
952004
Timing of prenuptial molt as a sexually selected indicator of male quality in superb fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus)
RA Mulder, MJL Magrath
Behavioral Ecology 5 (4), 393-400, 1994
871994
Sperm competition and the reproductive anatomy of male superb fairy-wrens
RA Mulder, A Cockburn
The Auk 110 (3), 588-593, 1993
871993
Involving students in peer review: Case studies and practical strategies for university teaching
J Pearce, R Mulder, C Baik
Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne, 2009
85*2009
Natal and breeding dispersal in a co-operative, extra-group-mating bird
RA Mulder
Journal of avian biology, 234-240, 1995
831995
Brood parasitism and the evolution of cooperative breeding in birds
WE Feeney, I Medina, M Somveille, R Heinsohn, ML Hall, RA Mulder, ...
Science 342 (6165), 1506-1508, 2013
772013
Collaborative learning through formative peer review: Pedagogy, programs and potential
H Søndergaard, RA Mulder
Computer Science Education 22 (4), 343-367, 2012
672012
How does student peer review influence perceptions, engagement and academic outcomes? A case study
R Mulder, C Baik, R Naylor, J Pearce
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 39 (6), 657-677, 2014
632014
Immediate, independent adjustment of call pitch and amplitude in response to varying background noise by silvereyes (Zosterops lateralis)
DA Potvin, RA Mulder
Behavioral Ecology 24 (6), 1363-1368, 2013
622013
Extra-group courtship displays and other reproductive tactics of superb fairy-wrens
RA Mulder
Australian Journal of Zoology 45 (2), 131-143, 1997
611997
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