Torben Dabelsteen
Torben Dabelsteen
Professor mso i adfærdsbiologi, Københavns Universitet
Verified email at bio.ku.dk
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Animal communication networks
PK McGregor
Cambridge University Press, 2005
620*2005
Do female great tits (Parus major) assess males by eavesdropping? A field study using interactive song playback
K Otter, PK McGregor, AMR Terry, FRL Burford, TM Peake, T Dabelsteen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
2691999
Habitat‐induced degradation of sound signals: Quantifying the effects of communication sounds and bird location on blur ratio, excess attenuation, and signal‐to‐noise ratio in …
T Dabelsteen, ON Larsen, SB Pedersen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 93 (4), 2206-2220, 1993
2391993
Do great tits assess rivals by combining direct experience with information gathered by eavesdropping?
TM Peake, AMR Terry, PK McGregor, T Dabelsteen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
2202002
Design of playback experiments: the Thornbridge Hall NATO ARW consensus
PK McGregor, CK Catchpole, T Dabelsteen, JB Falls, L Fusani, ...
Playback and studies of animal communication, 1-9, 1992
1961992
Male great tits eavesdrop on simulated male–to–male vocal interactions
TM Peake, AMR Terry, PK McGregor, T Dabelsteen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1832001
Quiet song in song birds: an overlooked phenomenon
T Dabelsteen, PK McGREGOR, HM LAMPE, NE LANGMORE, JO Holland
Bioacoustics 9 (2), 89-105, 1998
1661998
Song and information about aggressive responses of blackbirds, Turdus merula: evidence from interactive playback experiments with territory owners
T Dabelsteen, SB Pedersen
Animal Behaviour 40 (6), 1158-1168, 1990
1461990
The signal value of matched singing in great tits: evidence from interactive playback experiments
PK McGregor, T Dabelsteen, M Shepherd, SB Pedersen
Animal Behaviour 43 (6), 987-998, 1992
1251992
Public, private or anonymous? Facilitating and countering eavesdropping
T Dabelsteen
Animal communication networks. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 38-62, 2005
1152005
The signal function of overlapping singing in male robins
T Dabelsteen, PK McGregor, JO Holland, JA Tobias, SB Pedersen
Animal Behaviour 53 (2), 249-256, 1997
1151997
Degradation of wren Troglodytes troglodytes song: Implications for information transfer and ranging
J Holland, T Dabelsteen, SB Pedersen, ON Larsen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 103 (4), 2154-2166, 1998
1021998
Female great tits can identify mates by song
H Lind, T Dabelsteen, PK McGREGOR
Animal Behaviour 52 (4), 667-671, 1996
971996
Song degradation during propagation: importance of song post for the wren Troglodytes troglodytes
N Mathevon, T Aubin, T Dabelsteen
Ethology 102 (3), 397-412, 1996
881996
Differential degradation of antbird songs in a Neotropical rainforest: Adaptation to perch height?
E Nemeth, H Winkler, T Dabelsteen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 110 (6), 3263-3274, 2001
862001
Degradation of great tit (Parus major) song before and after foliation: implications for vocal communication in a deciduous forest
S Blumenrath, T Dabelsteen
Behaviour 141 (8), 935-958, 2004
822004
Correspondence between Messages in the Full Song of the Blackbird Turdus merula and Meanings to Territorial Males, as Inferred from Responses to …
T Dabelsteen, SB Pedersen
Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie 69 (2), 149-165, 1985
781985
Directionality of blackbird vocalization. Implications for vocal communication and its further study
ON Larsen, T Dabelsteen
Ornis Scandinavica, 37-45, 1990
741990
Is the signal value of overlapping different from that of alternating during matched singing in great tits?
T Dabelsteen, PK McGregor, M Shepherd, X Whittaker, SB Pedersen
Journal of Avian Biology, 189-194, 1996
731996
Song type matching, song type switching and eavesdropping in male great tits
TM Peake, G Matessi, PK McGregor, T Dabelsteen
Animal Behaviour 69 (5), 1063-1068, 2005
692005
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