Recommended Readings: Marcello Magnasco Ph.D. Monday October 31, 2016

Monday Lectures

Monday October 31, 2016   3:45 p.m.

Caspary Auditorium

Marcello Magnasco, Ph.D.

Professor, Mathematical Physics

The Rockefeller University

Recommended Readings:

Janik VM, and Slater PJB.  Vocal Learning in Mammals.  Advances in the Study of Behavior,   26:59-99     1997    Request through Markus Library at librequest@rockefeller.edu

Reiss D, and McCowan B.  Spontaneous Vocal Mimicry and Production by Bottle-nosed Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) – evidence for vocal learning.   Journal of Comparative Psychology   107(3):301-312    Sept  1997

McCowan B, Hanser SF, and Doyle LR.  Quantitative Tools for Comparing Animal Communication Systems: information theory applied to bottlenose dolphin whistle repertoires.  Animal Behavior.  57:409-419    Feb 1999

Janik VM.  Cetacean Vocal Learning and Communication.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology.  28:60-65    Oct 2014

Luis AR, Couchinho MN, and dos Santos ME.   Quantitative Analysis of Pulsed Signals Emitted by Wild Bottlenose Dolphins.  PLoS One   11(7):e0157781      July 2016

Gruden P, White PR, Oswald JN, Barkley Y, Cerchio S, Lammers M,and  Baumann-Pickering S.   Differences in Oscillatory Whistles Produced by Spinner (Stenella longirostris) and Pantropical Spotted (Stenella attenuata) Dolphins.   Marine Mammal Science  32:520-534    April 2016