Stephen Nowicki
Stephen Nowicki
Professor of Biology, Duke University
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The evolution of animal communication: reliability and deception in signaling systems
WA Searcy, S Nowicki
Princeton University Press, 2005
13212005
Brain development, song learning and mate choice in birds: a review and experimental test of the" nutritional stress hypothesis"
S Nowicki, W Searcy, S Peters
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 188 (11-12), 1003-1014, 2002
4842002
Precise auditory–vocal mirroring in neurons for learned vocal communication
JF Prather, S Peters, S Nowicki, R Mooney
Nature 451 (7176), 305-310, 2008
4742008
Song learning, early nutrition and sexual selection in songbirds
S Nowicki, S Peters, J Podos
American Zoologist 38 (1), 179-190, 1998
4721998
Vocal performance influences female response to male bird song: an experimental test
B Ballentine, J Hyman, S Nowicki
Behavioral Ecology 15 (1), 163-168, 2004
3522004
Vocal tract resonances in oscine bird sound production: evidence from birdsongs in a helium atmosphere
S Nowicki
Nature 325 (6099), 53-55, 1987
2571987
Individual differences and within-flock convergence in chickadee calls
DL Mammen, S Nowicki
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 9 (3), 179-186, 1981
2241981
Song function and the evolution of female preferences: why birds sing, why brains matter
S Nowicki, WA Searcy
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1016 (1), 704-723, 2004
2062004
Kinematics of birdsong: functional correlation of cranial movements and acoustic features in sparrows
MW Westneat, JH Long, W Hoese, S Nowicki
Journal of Experimental Biology 182 (1), 147-171, 1993
2031993
Bird song as a signal of aggressive intent
WA Searcy, RC Anderson, S Nowicki
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60 (2), 234-241, 2006
1952006
Nestling growth and song repertoire size in great reed warblers: evidence for song learning as an indicator mechanism in mate choice
S Nowicki, D Hasselquist, S Bensch, S Peters
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1852000
Vocal plasticity in captive black-capped chickadees: the acoustic basis and rate of call convergence
S Nowicki
Animal Behaviour 37, 64-73, 1989
1781989
Vocal tract function in birdsong production: experimental manipulation of beak movements
WJ Hoese, J Podos, NC Boetticher, S Nowicki
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (12), 1845-1855, 2000
1682000
Quality of song learning affects female response to male bird song
S Nowicki, WA Searcy, S Peters
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
1512002
How do birds sing?
S Nowicki, P Marler
Music Perception 5 (4), 391-426, 1988
1501988
Song repertoire size in male song sparrows correlates with detour reaching, but not with other cognitive measures
NJ Boogert, RC Anderson, S Peters, WA Searcy, S Nowicki
Animal Behaviour 81 (6), 1209-1216, 2011
1382011
The organization of song repertoires in song sparrows: themes and variations
J Podos, S Peters, T Rudnicky, P Marler, S Nowicki
Ethology 90 (2), 89-106, 1992
1381992
Neural correlates of categorical perception in learned vocal communication
JF Prather, S Nowicki, RC Anderson, S Peters, R Mooney
Nature neuroscience 12 (2), 221-228, 2009
1282009
Reliable aggressive signalling in swamp sparrows
B Ballentine, WA Searcy, S Nowicki
Animal Behaviour 75 (2), 693-703, 2008
1282008
Flock-specific recognition of chickadee calls
S Nowicki
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 12 (4), 317-320, 1983
1261983
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