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Dispersal is one of the most important life-history events facing an individual, but how and why individuals arrive at the decision to leave home is largely unknown. This decision has immediate and lifelong fitness consequences. Therefore, understanding how individuals make dispersal decisions is...
Disentangling root system responses to neighbours: identification of novel root behavioural strategiesDownload
Plants live in a social environment, with interactions among neighbours a ubiquitous aspect of life.Though many of these interactions occur in the soil, our understanding of how plants alter root growth and the patterns of soil occupancy in response to neighbours is limited. This is in contrast...
The social interactions that we engage in with those around us are crucial to our successful navigation of daily life, and the presence of others can largely influence our attentional allocation. However, less is known regarding social presence and interactions as they occur online; as the recent...
How Women Varsity Athletes High in Self-Compassion Experience Unexpected Stressors Surrounding CompetitionDownload
Athletes appraise unexpected stressors as more threatening than expected stressors (Dugdale et al., 2002) and women varsity athletes have reported experiencing a high proportion of unexpected competition-related stressors (Holt et al., 2007). Self-compassion appears to promote adaptive appraisals...
Plants encompass every aspect of humanity; from maize to cassava, rice to canola, we have cultivated crops for 23,000 years. Yet, despite how vast our understanding of plants is, there exist misconceptions that they are inactive, insensitive, and incapable of perceiving and responding to...
The coexistence of numerous species despite competing for similar resources remains a central paradox within the field of ecology. Differentiation of species interactions with resources and their environment has been proposed as a mechanism by which species reduce competitive interactions, thus...
Update on Sex and Gender Peer Review in the Project Competition, June 6, 2018