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Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology April - 2014

Animal Behaviour, Volume 90, Pages 1-344, e1-e10 (April 2014)

Phenotypic plasticity in nest departure calls: weighing costs and benefits
Original Research Article
Pages 31-39
Melissa L. Grunst, Andrea S. Grunst, John T. Rotenberry

Vibratory noise in anthropogenic habitats and its effect on prey detection in a 
web-building spider
Original Research Article
Pages 47-56
Chung-Huey Wu, Damian O. Elias

Personality-dependent response to field playback in great tits: slow explorers 
can be strong responders
Original Research Article
Pages 65-71
Chris G.C. Jacobs, Thijs van Overveld, Vincent Careau, Erik Matthysen, Frank 
Adriaensen, Hans Slabbekoorn

Mate recognition in duetting species: the role of male and female vibrational 
Original Research Article
Pages 181-193
Maja Derlink, Petra Pavlovčič, Alan J.A. Stewart, Meta Virant-Doberlet

When neighbours are not ‘dear enemies’: a study in the winter wren, Troglodytes 
Original Research Article
Pages 229-235
H. Courvoisier, S. Camacho-Schlenker, T. Aubin

Animal Behaviour, Volume 91, Pages 1-178 (May 2014)

Male and female crickets modulate their courtship behaviour depending on female 
experience with mate availability
Original Research Article
Pages 9-15
Robin M. Tinghitella

Cross-modal discrimination of human gender by domestic dogs
Original Research Article
Pages 127-135
V.F. Ratcliffe, K. McComb, D. Reby

Nestling use of alternative acoustic antipredator responses is related to 
immune condition and social context
Original Research Article
Pages 161-169
Debora Goedert, Raphael I. Dias, Regina H. Macedo

Animal Behaviour, Volume 92, Pages 1-346 (June 2014)

Early song discrimination by nestling sparrows in the wild
Original Research Article
Pages 19-24
Daizaburo Shizuka

Song sharing with neighbours and relatives in a cooperatively breeding songbird
Original Research Article
Pages 55-62
Çağlar Akçay, Katherine L. Hambury, J. Andrew Arnold, Alison M. Nevins, Janis 
L. Dickinson

Does song complexity correlate with problem-solving performance in flocks of 
zebra finches?
Original Research Article
Pages 63-71
Christopher N. Templeton, Kevin N. Laland, Neeltje J. Boogert

Can animals detect differences in vocalizations adjusted for anthropogenic 
Original Research Article
Pages 111-116
David Luther, Jessica Magnotti

A cry for help: female distress calling during copulation is context dependent
Original Research Article
Pages 151-157
Hanne Løvlie, Josefina Zidar, Christina Berneheim

EthologyVolume 120, Issue 4Pages i–i, 305–409 (April 2014)

Complex Vocal Responses to Conspecific Calls in Whistling Frogs 
Eleutherodactylus johnstonei: Playback Experiments in the Field (pages 313–323)
Zaida Tárano and Eloisa Fuenmayor
Article first published online: 23 JAN 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12207

Dawn Singing Intensity of the Male Brownish-Flanked Bush Warbler: Effects of 
Territorial Insertions and Number of Neighbors (pages 324–330)
Canwei Xia, Chentao Wei, Huw Lloyd, Jiayu Liu, Qiao Wu and Yanyun Zhang
Article first published online: 12 JAN 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12205

Non-Redundant Social Information Use in Avian Flocks with Multisensory Stimuli 
(pages 375–387)
Jacquelyn Randolet, Jeffrey R. Lucas and Esteban Fernández-Juricic
Article first published online: 5 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12212

Ethology, Volume 120, Issue 5,Pages i–i, 411–518 (May 2014)

Prey Responses to Predator's Sounds: A Review and Empirical Study (pages 
Alexandra M. Hettena, Nicole Munoz and Daniel T. Blumstein
Article first published online: 26 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12219

Ethology, Volume 120, Issue 6,Pages i–i, 411–518 (June 2014)

Variation in Trill Characteristics in Tree Pipit Songs: Different Trills for 
Different Use? (pages 586–597)
Tereza Petrusková, Anna Kinštová, Iveta Pišvejcová, Juan Mula Laguna, Adrián 
Cortezón, Tomáš Brinke and Adam Petrusek
Article first published online: 18 MAR 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12231

Best whishes

Elke Burkhardt
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
Ocean Acoustics Lab
Am Alten Hafen 26
27568 Bremerhaven

Phone: +49-471-4831-1861
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