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Acoustic ranging in meadow katydids: female preference for attenuated calls Nathan C. E. Harness & Tamara Campbell In press
Horizontal angular discrimination by an echolocating bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus B. K. Branstetter, S. J. Mevissena, L. M. Herman, A. A. Pack & S. P. Roberts 2003 1 15-34
Directional Hearing and Strategies for Sound Communication Axel Michelsen and Ole Næsbye Larsen 2012 1 17-19
Adaptive Auditory Plasticity for Social Communication in the Plainfin Midshipman Fish (Porichthys notatus) Joseph Sisneros 2012 1 21-23
Do frogs experience auditory illusions? [abstract] Bee, M A & Seeba, F 2012 1 27-28
Auditory adaptation time course in the Yangtze finless porpoises, Neophocaena asiaeorientalis asiaeorientalis Vladimir V. Popov, Zhi-Tao Wang, Dmitry I. Nechaev, Ding Wang, Alexander Ya Supin & Ke-Xiong Wang 2021 1 30-40
Hearing in otophysine fishes: function, diversity and evolution [abstract] Ladich, F 2012 1 41-42
Ontogenetic development of auditory sensitivity and sound production in the squeaker Synodontis schoutedeni, an African mochokid catfish [abstract] Lechner, W & Ladich, F 2012 1 43
Research Group Report: Biology of Hearing at University of Maryland, College Park, USA A.N. Popper & R.J. Dooling 1996 1 45-51
Acoustic prey and a listening predator: interaction between calling katydids and the bat-eared fox Paul B.C. Grant, Michael J. Samways 2015 1 49-61
Comparison of Auditory Sensitivity of Pelagic Fish with the Sound Generated by a Fish Aggregation Device Ricardo Babaran, Kazuhiko Anraku, Munechika Ishizaki, Kenji Watanabe and Tatsuro Matsuoka 2008 1-3 55-57
A Review of Auditory Function of Sea Turtles Soraya Moein Bartol 2008 1-3 57-59
Sensitivity and representation of conspecific calls in the auditory system of the Lusitanian toadfish [abstract] Vasconcelos, R O, Sisneros, J A, Ladich, F, Amorim, M C P & Fonseca, P J 2012 1 58-59
Amphibian Underwater Hearing: Biophysics and Neurophysiology Jakob Christensen-Dalsgaard and Taffeta M. Elliott 2008 1-3 60-62
Cetacean auditory psychophysics Patrick W. B. Moore 1997 1-2 61-78
Sound Pathways Revealed: Simulated Sound Transmission and Reception in Cuvier’s Beaked Whale Ziphius cavirostris Using the Vibro-Acoustic Toolkit Ted W. Cranford, Petr Krysl and John A. Hildebrand 2008 1-3 68-70
Masking Robert J. Dooling 2008 1-3 70-72
Hearing and Acoustic Communication Underwater in the Clawed Frog Xenopus l. laevis Andreas Elepfandt 2008 1-3 72-74
Can Longspine Squirrelfish Hear Bottlenose Dolphin? Joseph J. Luczkovich & Mark A. Keusenkothen 2008 1-3 75-77
Predicting Cetacean Audiograms David C. Mountain, Aleks Zosuls, Seth Newburg and Darlene R. Ketten 2008 1-3 77-80
Effects of temperature on sound production and auditory sensitivity in the Raphael catfish Platydoras costatus [abstract] Papes, S & Ladich, F 2012 1 78
Electrophysiological measures of auditory processing in odontocetes William Ford Dolphin 1997 1-2 79-101
Amplitude-Versus-Rate Transfer Functions to Tone Burst Stimuli in the California Sea Lion Zalophus californianus Jason Mulsow and Colleen Reichmuth 2008 1-3 80-82
Recent Directions in Odontocete Cetacean Hearing Paul E. Nachtigall 2008 1-3 82-85
Hearing in the Red-billed Firefinch Lagonosticta senegala and the Spanish Timbrado Canary Serinus canaria: the influence of natural and artificial selection on auditory abilities and vocal structure B. Lohr, A. Lauer, M. R. Newman & R. J. Dooling 2004 2 83-98
Book review: Directional hearing. Gower, D.M. 1989 1 83
Variability in the role of the gasbladder in fish audition [abstract] H. Y. Yan, M. L. Fine, N. S. Horn and W. E. Colón 2002 1 84
Examinations of Ears in Harbour Porpoises Phocoena phocoena from the North and Baltic Seas Susanne Prahl, Darlene R. Ketten and Ursula Siebert 2008 1-3 85-87
A match between sound production, hearing and environmental transmission in two freshwater gobies [abstract] M. Lugli, H. Y. Yan and M. L. Fine 2002 1 86-87
Hearing in Marine Carnivores Colleen Reichmuth 2008 1-3 89-92
Syllable recognition in the king penguin [abstract] Thierry Lengagne and Jacques Lauga 2002 1 90
Detection of Sound by Fish: a Minireview Olav Sand 2008 1-3 92-95
How Do Aquaria and Pond Noise Affect Hearing in Different Fish Species? Monika Stummer and Friedrich Ladich 2008 1-3 95-97
Directional Sensitivity and Sound-Receiving Windows in Dolphins Alexander Y. Supin and Vladimir V. Popov 2008 1-3 98-100
Biomechanical and Structural Modelling of Hearing in Baleen Whales Maya Yamato, Darlene R. Ketten, Julie Arruda and Scott Cramer 2008 1-3 100-102
Monaural hearing of a bottlenosed dolphin [abstract] V. A. Ryabov and G. L. Zaslavsky 2002 1 100
Structure and function in whale ears Darlene R. Ketten 1997 1-2 103-135
Ultrasound Perception - An Old Question Per S. Enger 2002 2-3 104-106
Lateral Line Scene Analysis Andreas Elepfandt 2008 1-3 105-106
Auditory Scene Analysis Richard R. Fay 2008 1-3 106-109
A Recollection of Early Electrophysiological Studies of Goldfish Hearing Taro Furukawa 2002 2-3 109-111
Structure-Function Relationships in the Ears of Fishes Arthur N. Popper 2002 2-3 115-118
Effects of aquarium and pond noise on hearing sensitivity in an otophysine fish Monika Gutscher, Lidia Eva Wysocki & Friedrich Ladich 2011 2 117-136
Evolution of the Octavolateralis System: A Phylogenetic Assessment Christopher B. Braun and Terry Grande 2002 2-3 118-120
Evolution of the Weberian Apparatus Terry Grande and Christopher B. Braun 2002 2-3 120-122
The spectral structure of vocalization match hearing sensitivity but imprecisely in Philautus odontotarsus Bicheng Zhu, Jichao Wang, Steven E. Brauth, Yezhong Tang & Jianguo Cui 2017 2 121-134
Unique Ear Structure of Silver Perch Bairdiella chrysoura. John Ramcharitar 2002 2-3 122-124
Otoliths and Modelling Ear Function D.V. Lychakov and Y.T Rebane 2002 2-3 125-128
Biomechanics of hearing in fish: from the Sonic to the Ultrasonic Mardi C. Hastings 2002 2-3 128-131
Is the Fish Ear an Auditory Retina? Steady Streaming in the Otolith-Macula Gap Minami Yoda, Peter H. Rogers and Kathryn E. Baxter 2002 2-3 131-134


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