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Brain Behav Evol (2022) 97 (3-4): 151–166.
Published Online: 04 July 2022
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. 2022 Auditory brainstem responses Amphibian Hearing Mate choice Acoustic communication Hypotheses for signal diversification, behavioral isolation...
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Brain Behav Evol (2022) 97 (3-4): 241–252.
Published Online: 24 January 2022
... underscores the relevance of these birds to study the evolution of communication signals and sensory adaptations. Not only do some species vocalize at unusually high frequencies compared to other birds, but evidence also shows that at least one hummingbird species can hear these sounds, defying what we knew...
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Brain Behav Evol (2022) 97 (3-4): 129–139.
Published Online: 30 November 2021
... frequencies. In general, owls were most sensitive to sounds originating in front of and above their heads, but at 8 kHz there was also an area of high sensitivity below the animals. Our results suggest that the directional hearing of saw-whet owls should allow for both predator and prey detection. megall...
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Brain Behav Evol (2017) 90 (2): 131–153.
Published Online: 09 October 2017
... localization in air acted upon preexisting brain stem circuits like those in fishes. With movement onto land, the early tetrapods may have retained some sensitivity to particle motion, transduced by bone conduction, and later acquired new auditory papillae and tympanic hearing. Tympanic hearing arose...
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Brain Behav Evol (1993) 41 (1): 26–38.
Published Online: 02 June 2010
...Arthur N. Popper; Richard R. Fay The literature on fish hearing has increased significantly since our last critical review in 1973. The purpose of the current paper is to review the more recent literature and to identify those questions that need to be asked to develop a fuller understanding...
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Brain Behav Evol (1971) 4 (4): 310–322.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
... during the dark phase of the moon. It is concluded that both vision and audition play significant adaptive roles in predator avoidance. 3 4 2008 Brain, Bchav. Evol. 4: 310-322 (1971) Adaptive Value of Hearing and Vision in Kangaroo Rat Predator Avoidance1 D. B. Webster and Molly Webster...
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Brain Behav Evol (1979) 16 (5-6): 443–460.
Published Online: 19 March 2008
... to in the content or advertisements. Vocal communication Animal communication Neural lateralization Selective attention Animal psychophysics Hearing Primates Brain Behav. Evol. 16: 443-460 (1979) Perception of Conspecific Vocalizations by Japanese Macaques Evidence for Selective Attention and Neural...
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Brain Behav Evol (1982) 21 (2-3): 49–59.
Published Online: 18 March 2008
..., although small, is prominent and the lateral superior olive is lacking. This characteristic has been observed in other species with essentially low frequency hearing. Behavioural and electrophysiological responses to sound were evoked between 0.1 and 15 kHz, and moles were apparently at least sensitive...
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Brain Behav Evol (1986) 28 (1-3): 122–133.
Published Online: 20 February 2008
... to in the content or advertisements. Electroreception Hearing Electric fish Barn owls Time coding Brain Behav. Evol. 28: 122-133 (1986) Time Coding in Electric Fish and Barn Owls Catherine E. C an Division of Biology 216-76, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif., USA Key Words...
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Brain Behav Evol (1989) 34 (5): 273–280.
Published Online: 06 February 2008
... is 40–60. The sensory hairs of the hearing organ, the basilar papilla, are generally shorter but more numerous than the vestibular sensory hairs. In the proximal end, the tallest of the 175–200 stereovilli are 2.8–3.7 µm; in the distal end of the papilla, the number of stereovillli decrease to 65–100...
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Brain Behav Evol (1992) 39 (3): 133–142.
Published Online: 22 January 2008
...–300 Hz. These results suggest that small anurans can utilize nontympanic pathways for effective sound reception over a broad frequency range, whereas large anurans are more restricted to using a standard tympanic middle ear for hearing. This effect of body size on the utility of nontympanic sound...
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Brain Behav Evol (1993) 41 (1): 14–25.
Published Online: 17 January 2008
...Arthur N. Popper; Richard R. Fay The literature on fish hearing has increased significantly since our last critical review in 1973. The purpose of the current paper is to review the more recent literature and to identify those questions that need to be asked to develop a fuller understanding...
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Brain Behav Evol (1997) 50 (4): 213–221.
Published Online: 09 January 2008
.... In this paper we present the evolution of the sensory hair cells of the ear, the origins of the ear itself, and selected functions of the sense of hearing. We argue that there have been strong selective pressures in most vertebrate groups for the sorts of sound encoding and processing abilities that result...
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Brain Behav Evol (1995) 46 (3): 131–140.
Published Online: 08 January 2008
.... Moreover, there are many reasons to question whether there is one pattern of inner ear to M-cell connection or whether the endorgan(s) projection to the M-cell varies in species that have different hearing capabilities of hearing structures. In this paper, we briefly review the structure of fish ears...
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Brain Behav Evol (1995) 46 (3): 141–150.
Published Online: 08 January 2008
... tuned between 400 Hz and 1 kHz. All otolithic primary afferents phase-lock to sinusoids throughout the frequency range of hearing (up to about 2 kHz). Based on physiological and behavioral studies on Mauthner cells, it appears that highly correlated binaural input to the M-cell, from the sacculi...
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Brain Behav Evol (1995) 46 (3): 124–130.
Published Online: 08 January 2008
... on hydrodynamic components that activate the Mauthner cell through the octavolateralis system. The intention of the symposium was to investigate the possibility of using our knowledge of the Mauthner system to help understand acoustic processing by the ear, and of using our knowledge of fish hearing to better...
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Brain Behav Evol (2001) 58 (3): 152–162.
Published Online: 07 March 2002
... Saccule Lagena Stereocilia Swim bladder Hearing Over the last two decades it has been established that the auditory system of fishes is capable of performing acoustic signal analyses that are comparable in many ways to those observed in other vertebrates, including mammals [Fay and Popper...
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Brain Behav Evol (2001) 57 (2): 63–79.
Published Online: 05 July 2001
... advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Acoustic Auditory Hearing Inferior...
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Brain Behav Evol (1998) 51 (2): 59–89.
Published Online: 13 January 1998
... or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Hearing Allometry Marsupials Placentals Evolution There are at least 22 auditory nuclei known to be present between the ear and auditory cortex on each side of the brain (i.e...