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Steffen R Hage, Tinglei Jiang, Sean W Berquist, Jiang Feng, Walter Metzner. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2013
Times Cited: 61







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351 articles co-cited >1



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Context-dependent effects of noise on echolocation pulse characteristics in free-tailed bats.
Jedediah Tressler, Michael S Smotherman. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol 2009
54
50

Acoustic communication in noise: regulation of call characteristics in a New World monkey.
Henrik Brumm, Katrin Voss, Ireen Köllmer, Dietmar Todt. J Exp Biol 2004
110
37

Linking the sender to the receiver: vocal adjustments by bats to maintain signal detection in noise.
Jinhong Luo, Holger R Goerlitz, Henrik Brumm, Lutz Wiegrebe. Sci Rep 2015
42
52


Dynamics of jamming avoidance in echolocating bats.
Nachum Ulanovsky, M Brock Fenton, Asaf Tsoar, Carmi Korine. Proc Biol Sci 2004
87
29

Jamming avoidance response of big brown bats in target detection.
Mary E Bates, Sarah A Stamper, James A Simmons. J Exp Biol 2008
57
26

Regulation of voice amplitude by the monkey.
J M Sinnott, W C Stebbins, D B Moody. J Acoust Soc Am 1975
56
23

Ecology: Birds sing at a higher pitch in urban noise.
Hans Slabbekoorn, Margriet Peet. Nature 2003
231
21

Rapid jamming avoidance in biosonar.
Erin H Gillam, Nachum Ulanovsky, Gary F McCracken. Proc Biol Sci 2007
61
21


Vocal control by the common marmoset in the presence of interfering noise.
Sabyasachi Roy, Cory T Miller, Dane Gottsch, Xiaoqin Wang. J Exp Biol 2011
43
27


Noise-induced vocal modulation in cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus).
S E Roian Egnor, Marc D Hauser. Am J Primatol 2006
46
26

The Lombard Effect: From Acoustics to Neural Mechanisms.
Jinhong Luo, Steffen R Hage, Cynthia F Moss. Trends Neurosci 2018
24
50

Individual right whales call louder in increased environmental noise.
Susan E Parks, Mark Johnson, Douglas Nowacek, Peter L Tyack. Biol Lett 2011
72
18

Adaptive changes in echolocation sounds by Pipistrellus abramus in response to artificial jamming sounds.
Eri Takahashi, Kiri Hyomoto, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe, Tetsuo Ohta, Shizuko Hiryu. J Exp Biol 2014
22
50

Lombard reflex during PAG-induced vocalization in decerebrate cats.
S Nonaka, R Takahashi, K Enomoto, A Katada, T Unno. Neurosci Res 1997
41
24

Flying in silence: Echolocating bats cease vocalizing to avoid sonar jamming.
Chen Chiu, Wei Xian, Cynthia F Moss. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008
62
16

Birds and anthropogenic noise: are urban songs adaptive?
Erwin Nemeth, Henrik Brumm. Am Nat 2010
71
16

Speaking up: Killer whales (Orcinus orca) increase their call amplitude in response to vessel noise.
Marla M Holt, Dawn P Noren, Val Veirs, Candice K Emmons, Scott Veirs. J Acoust Soc Am 2009
81
16

Sensorimotor integration on a rapid time scale.
Jinhong Luo, Ninad B Kothari, Cynthia F Moss. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017
12
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Foraging bats avoid noise.
Andrea Schaub, Joachim Ostwald, Björn M Siemers. J Exp Biol 2008
71
14

Bird song and anthropogenic noise: vocal constraints may explain why birds sing higher-frequency songs in cities.
Erwin Nemeth, Nadia Pieretti, Sue Anne Zollinger, Nicole Geberzahn, Jesko Partecke, Ana Catarina Miranda, Henrik Brumm. Proc Biol Sci 2013
43
20

Groups of bats improve sonar efficiency through mutual suppression of pulse emissions.
Jenna Jarvis, William Jackson, Michael Smotherman. Front Physiol 2013
19
47

The costs of chronic noise exposure for terrestrial organisms.
Jesse R Barber, Kevin R Crooks, Kurt M Fristrup. Trends Ecol Evol 2010
201
14


On-board recordings reveal no jamming avoidance in wild bats.
Noam Cvikel, Eran Levin, Edward Hurme, Ivailo Borissov, Arjan Boonman, Eran Amichai, Yossi Yovel. Proc Biol Sci 2015
37
24

The Lombard effect emerges early in young bats: implications for the development of audio-vocal integration.
Jinhong Luo, Andrea Lingner, Uwe Firzlaff, Lutz Wiegrebe. J Exp Biol 2017
10
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FM echolocating bats shift frequencies to avoid broadcast-echo ambiguity in clutter.
Shizuko Hiryu, Mary E Bates, James A Simmons, Hiroshi Riquimaroux. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2010
64
13

Adaptive echolocation behavior in bats for the analysis of auditory scenes.
Chen Chiu, Wei Xian, Cynthia F Moss. J Exp Biol 2009
38
21

Neural correlates of the lombard effect in primate auditory cortex.
Steven J Eliades, Xiaoqin Wang. J Neurosci 2012
32
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Influence of sound immersion and communicative interaction on the Lombard effect.
Maëva Garnier, Nathalie Henrich, Danièle Dubois. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2010
71
13


Environment: whale-call response to masking boat noise.
Andrew D Foote, Richard W Osborne, A Rus Hoelzel. Nature 2004
79
13

Tracking silence: adjusting vocal production to avoid acoustic interference.
S E Roian Egnor, Jeanette Graham Wickelgren, Marc D Hauser. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol 2007
46
15

Ambient noise and the design of begging signals.
Marty L Leonard, Andrew G Horn. Proc Biol Sci 2005
35
20

Cities change the songs of birds.
Hans Slabbekoorn, Ardie den Boer-Visser. Curr Biol 2006
124
11

On the evolution of noise-dependent vocal plasticity in birds.
Sophie Schuster, Sue Anne Zollinger, John A Lesku, Henrik Brumm. Biol Lett 2012
18
38


A mechanism for antiphonal echolocation by Free-tailed bats.
Jenna Jarvis, Kirsten M Bohn, Jedediah Tressler, Michael Smotherman. Anim Behav 2010
14
50

Inhibiting the Lombard effect.
H L Pick, G M Siegel, P W Fox, S R Garber, J K Kearney. J Acoust Soc Am 1989
73
11

A unifying basis of auditory thresholds based on temporal summation.
Peter Heil, Heinrich Neubauer. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2003
86
11


Biomechanical control of vocal plasticity in an echolocating bat.
Jinhong Luo, Lutz Wiegrebe. J Exp Biol 2016
13
53


Context-dependent song amplitude control in Bengalese finches.
Kohta I Kobayasi, Kazuo Okanoya. Neuroreport 2003
20
30

Auditory fovea and Doppler shift compensation: adaptations for flutter detection in echolocating bats using CF-FM signals.
Hans-Ulrich Schnitzler, Annette Denzinger. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol 2011
65
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Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.