1. Jeffrey R. Lucas & Leigh W. Simmons. 50 years of Animal Behaviour.
2) The history of behavioural research
2. John Alcock. A textbook history of animal behaviour.
3. Geoff Parker. Behavioural Ecology: natural history as science
4. Stuart A. Altmann & Jeanne Altmann. The transformation of behaviour field studies.
5. Stevan J. Arnold. Too much natural history, or too little?
6. Felicity A. Huntingford. A history of Animal Behaviour by a partial, ignorant and prejudiced ethologist.
3) Proximate mechanisms
7. Gene Robinson. Genes and social behaviour.
8. John Wingfield. Control of behavioural strategies for capricious environments.
9. Andrew I. Barnes & Linda Partridge. Costing reproduction.
10. Patrick Bateson. The promise of behavioural biology.
11. Bennett G. Galef. Making a decision by integrating socially and individually acquired information.
12. Judy Stamps. Behavioural processes affecting development: Tinbergen's fourth question comes of age.
13. Meredith J. West, Andrew P. King, & David J. White. The case for developmental ecology.
14. Patricia Adair Gowaty. Beyond extra-pair paternity: individual constraints, fitness components, and social mating systems
15. Malte Andersson. Interplay between theory and empiricism in sexual selection.
16. Amotz Zahavi. Indirect selection and individual selection in sociobiology: my personal views on theories of social behaviour.
17. Michael Greenfield. Honesty and deception in animal signals.
18. P. J. B. Slater. Fifty years of bird song research: a case study in animal behaviour.
19. Roswitha Wiltschko & Wolfgang Wiltschko. A