Jens Krause

Prof. Dr. Jens Krause

Abteilung: Biologie und Ökologie der Fische
Funktion: Abteilungsleiter/in
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Telefonnummer: +49 (0)30 64181 610
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Standort: Müggelseedamm 310, 12587 Berlin
Raum: 203
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Lebenslauf

seit 2009 Professor für Fischökologie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
2004-2009 Professor für Verhaltensökologie, Universität Leeds, UK
2004 Reader im Fach Verhaltensökologie, Universität Leeds, UK
2002-2004 Senior Lecturer im Fach Verhaltensökologie, Universität Leeds, UK
1996-2002 Lecturer im Fach Verhaltensökologie, Universität Leeds, UK
1996-1997 BASF Postdoc, Universität Leeds, UK
1995-1996 BASF Postdoc, Universität Princeton, UK
1993-1995 NSERC Postdoc, Universität Mount Allison, Canada
1990-1993 PhD Universität Cambridge, St. John's College, UK
1988-1989 M.Phil., Universität Cambridge, Queens College, UK
1985-1990 Diplom, Freie Universität Berlin

Forschungsthemen

Unsere Forschung konzentriert sich hauptsächlich auf Mechanismen und Funktionen des Gruppenlebens bei Tieren. Anhand von Experimenten (Feld/Labor) und Modellierung untersuchen wir die verschiedenartigen Vor- und Nachteile dieser Organisationsform.

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    2014

  • Kurvers, Ralf; Krause, Jens; Wilson, Alexander; Croft, Darren; Wolf, Max; (2014)
    The ecological and evolutionary consequences of animal social networks
    Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol.: 29: 326-335.
  • Wolf, Max; Krause, Jens; (2014)
    Why personality differences matter for social structure and social functioning
    Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol.: 29: 306-308.
  • Wilson,Alexander D. M.; Croft,Darren P.; Krause,Jens; (2014)
    Social networks in elasmobranchs and teleost fishes
    Fish and Fisheries, (10.1111/faf.12046): 1-14.
  • Kurvers,Ralf H. J. M.; Wolf,Max; Krause,Jens; (2014)
    Humans use social information to adjust their quorum thresholds adaptively in a simulated predator detection experiment
    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol.: 68 (3): 449-456.
  • 2013

  • Wolf, Max; Kurvers, Ralf H.J.M.; Ward, Ashley J.W.; Krause, Stefan; Krause, Jens; (2013)
    Accurate decisions in an uncertain world: collective cognition increases true positives while decreasing false positives
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London : Ser. B, Biological Sciences, vol.: 280 (1756, 2012.2777):
  • Guttridge,Tristan L.; Van Dijk,Sander; Stamhuis,Eize J.; Krause,Jens; Gruber,Samuel H.; Brown,Culum; (2013)
    Social learning in juvenile lemon sharks, Negaprion brevirostris
    Animal Cognition, vol.: 16 (1): 55-64.
  • Herbert-Read,James E.; Krause,Stefan; Morrell,Lesley J.; Schaerf,Timothy M.; Krause,Jens; Ward,Ashley J. W.; (2013)
    The role of individuality in collective group movement
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London : Ser. B, Biological Sciences, vol.: 280 (1752; art. 20122564):
  • Wilson,Alexander D. M.; Krause,Stefan; Dingemanse,Niels J.; Krause,Jens; (2013)
    Network position: a key component in the characterization of social personality types
    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol.: 67 (1): 163-173.
  • Mann,Richard P.; Faria,Jolyon J.; Sumpter,David J. T.; Krause,Jens; (2013)
    The dynamics of audience applause
    Journal of the Royal Society Interface, vol.: 10 (85; 20130466):
  • Ward,Ashley J. W.; Herbert-Read,James E.; Jordan,Lyndon A.; James,Richard; Krause,Jens; Ma,Qi; Rubenstein,Daniel I.; Sumpter,David J. T.; Morrell,Lesley J.; (2013)
    Initiators, leaders and recruitment mechanisms in the collective movements of damselfish
    American Naturalist, vol.: 181 (6): 748-760.
  • McDonald,Grant C.; James,Richard; Krause,Jens; Pizzari,Tommaso; (2013)
    Sexual networks: measuring sexual selection in structured, polyandrous populations
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences, vol.: 368 (1613, 20120356):
  • Cristescu,Bogdan ; Bernard,Ric T. F. ; Krause,Jens; (2013)
    Partitioning of space, habitat, and timing of activity by large felids in an enclosed South African system
    Journal of Ethology, vol.: 31 (3): 285-298.
  • Krause,Jens; Krause,Stefan; Arlinghaus,Robert; Psorakis,Ioannis; Roberts,Stephen; Rutz,Christian; (2013)
    Reality mining of animal social systems
    Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol.: 28 (9): 541-551.
  • Clement,Romain J. G.; Krause,Stefan; Engelhardt,Nikolaus von; Faria,Jolyon J.; Krause,Jens; Kurvers,Ralf H. J. M.; (2013)
    Collective cognition in humans: groups outperform their best members in a sentence reconstruction task
    PLoS One, vol.: 8 (10): e77943-.
  • Arlinghaus, Robert; Krause,Jens; (2013)
    Wisdom of the crowd and natural resource management
    Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol.: 28 (1): 8-11.
  • Wilson,Alexander D. M.; Krause,Jens; (2013)
    Repeated non-agonistic interactions between a bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) and sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) in Azorean waters
    Aquatic Mammals, vol.: 39 (1): 89-96.
  • 2012

  • Wilson,Alexander David Miller; Krause,Jens; (2012)
    Personality and metamorphosis: is behavioral variation consistent across ontogenetic niche shifts?
    Behavioral Ecology, vol.: 23 (6): 1316-1323.
  • Ward,Ashley J. W. ; Krause,Jens; Sumpter,David J. T.; (2012)
    Quorum decision-making in foraging fish shoals
    PLoS One, vol.: 7 (3): e32411-.
  • Wilson,Alexander David Miller; Krause,Jens; (2012)
    Metamorphosis and animal personality: a neglected opportunity
    Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol.: 27 (10): 529-531.
  • Guttridge,Tristan L.; Gruber,Samuel H.; Franks,Bryan R.; Kessel,Stephen T.; Gledhill,Kate S.; Uphill,Jen; Krause,Jens; Sims,David W.; (2012)
    Deep danger: intra-specific predation risk influences habitat use and aggregation formation of juvenile lemon sharks Negaprion brevirostris
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol.: 445: 279-291.
  • Klefoth,Thomas; Skov,Christian; Krause,Jens; Arlinghaus,Robert; (2012)
    The role of ecological context and predation risk-stimuli in revealing the true picture about the genetic basis of boldness evolution in fish
    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol.: 66 (4): 547-559.url: http://download.springer.com/static/pdf/208/art%253A10.1007%252Fs00265-011-1303-2.pdf?auth66=1360329982_8c5fdd3ca1bc3e06bffaf85c8afabacb&ext
  • 2011

  • Piyapong,Chantima; Butlin,Roger K.; Faria,Jolyon J.; Wang,J.; Krause,Jens; (2011)
    Kin assortment in juvenile shoals in wild guppy populations
    Heredity, vol.: 106 (5): 749-756.
  • Krause,Jens; Wilson,Alexander; Croft,Darren P.; (2011)
    New technology facilitates study of social networks
    Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol.: 26 (1): 5-6.
  • Guttridge,Tristan L.; Gruber,Samuel H.; DiBattista,Joseph D.; Feldheim,Kevin A.; Croft,Darren P.; Krause,Jens; (2011)
    Assortative interactions and leadership in a free-ranging population of juvenile lemon sharks, Negaprion brevirostris
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol.: 423: 235-245.
  • Krause, Stefan ; James, Richard ; Faria, Jolyon J. ; Ruxton, Graeme D. ; Krause,Jens; (2011)
    Swarm intelligence in humans: Diversity trumps ability
    Animal Behaviour, vol.: 81 (5): 941-948.
  • Ward,Ashley; Herbert-Read,James E.; Sumpter,David J. T.; Krause,Jens; (2011)
    Fast and accurate decisions through collective vigilance
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.: 108 (6): 2312-2315.
  • Krause,Jens; Winfield,Alan F. T.; Deneubourg,Jean-Louis(2011)
    Interactive robots in experimental biology
    Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol.: 26 (7): 369-375.
  • Krause,Jens; Ruxton,Graeme D.; (2011)
    The dynamics of collective human behaviour
    Lancet, vol.: 377 (9769): 903-904.
  • Ioannou,Christos C.; Bartumeus,Frederic; Krause, Jens ; Ruxton, Graeme D.(2011)
    Unified effects of aggregation reveal larger prey groups take longer to find
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London : Ser. B, Biological Sciences, vol.: 278 (1724): 3504-3509.
  • Tosh,Colin R.; Ruxton,Graeme D.; Krause,Jens; Franks,Daniel W.; (2011)
    Experiments with humans support a role for decision accuracy in the evolution of niche width
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London : Ser. B, Biological Sciences, vol.: 278 (1724): 3504-3509.
  • Kelley,Jennifer L.; Morrell,Lesley J.; Inskip,Chloe; Krause,Jens; Croft,Darren P.; (2011)
    Predation risk shapes social networks in fission-fusion populations
    PLoS One, vol.: 6 (8): e24280-.
  • 2010

  • Bode NWF; Faria JJ; Franks DW; Krause J; Wood AJ; (2010)
    Perceived threat increases synchronization in collectively moving animal groups
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London : Ser. B, Biological Sciences, vol.: 277: 3065-3070.
  • Chapman BB; Morrell LJ; Krause J; (2010)
    Unpredictability in food supply during early life drives the development of boldness in fish
    Behavioral Ecology, vol.: 21: 501-506.
  • Chapman BB; Morrell LJ; Tosh CR; Krause J; (2010)
    Behavioural consequences of sensory plasticity in guppies
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London : Ser. B, Biological Sciences, vol.: 277: 1395-1401.
  • Faria JJ; Dyer JRG; Tosh CR; Krause J; (2010)
    Leadership and social information use in human crowds
    Animal Behaviour, vol.: 79: 895-901.
  • Faria JJ; Dyer JRG; Holt N; Waters D; Ward A; Clément RO; Couzin ID; Krause J; (2010)
    A novel method for investigating the collective behaviour of fish: introducing 'Robofish'
    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol.: 64: 1211-1218.
  • Guevara-Fiore P; Stapley J; Krause J; Ramnarine IW; Watt PJ; (2010)
    Male mate-searching strategies and female cues: How do male guppies find receptive females?
    Animal Behaviour, vol.: 79: 1191-1197.
  • Guttridge TL; Gruber SH; Krause J; Sims DW; (2010)
    Novel acoustic technology for studying free-ranging shark social behaviour by recording individual's interactions
    PLoS One, vol.: 5 (2, e9324): 1-8.
  • Jordan LA; Avolio C; Herbert-Read JE; Krause J; Rubinstein DI; Ward A; (2010)
    Group structure in a restricted entry system is mediated by both resident and joiner preferences
    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol.: 64: 1099-1106.
  • Krause J; Croft DP; James R; (2010)
    Personality in the context of social networks
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences, vol.: 365: 4009-4106.
  • Piyapong C; Krause J; Chapman BB; Ramnarine IW; Louca V; Croft DP; (2010)
    Sex matters: a social context to boldness in guppies (Poecilia reticulata)
    Behavioral Ecology, vol.: 21: 3-8.
  • 2009

  • Chapman BB; Morrell LJ; Krause J; (2009)
    Plasticity in male courtship behaviour as a function of light intensity in guppies
    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol.: 63: 1757-1763.
  • Conradt L; Krause J; Couzin ID; Roper TJ; (2009)
    Leading according to need in self-organising groups
    American Naturalist, vol.: 173: 304-312.
  • Croft DP; Krause J; Darden SK; Ramnarine IW; James R; (2009)
    Behavioural trait assortment in social networks: patterns and implications
    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol.: 63: 1495-1503.
  • Dyer JRG; Croft DP; Morrell LJ; Krause J; (2009)
    Shoal composition determines foraging success in the guppy
    Behavioral Ecology, vol.: 20: 165-171.
  • Dyer JRG; Johansson A; Helbing D; Couzin ID; Krause J; (2009)
    Leadership, consensus decision making and collective behaviour in human crowds
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences, vol.: 364: 781-789.
  • Faria JJ; Codling EA; Dyer JRG; Trillmich F; Krause J; (2009)
    Navigation in human crowds; testing the many wrongs principle
    Animal Behaviour, vol.: 78: 587-591.
  • Guttridge TL; Gruber SH; Gledhill KS; Croft DP; Sims DW; Krause J; (2009)
    Social preferences of juvenile lemon sharks, Negaprion brevirostris
    Animal Behaviour, vol.: 78: 543-548.
  • Guttridge TL; Myrberg AA; Porcher IF; Sims DW; Krause J; (2009)
    The role of learning in shark behaviour
    Fish and Fisheries, vol.: 10: 450-469.
  • Ioannou CC; Morrell LJ; Ruxton GD; Krause J; (2009)
    The effect of prey density on predators: conspicuousness and attack success are sensitive to spatial scale
    American Naturalist, vol.: 173: 499-506.