Hearing at the interface

How crocodiles cope with noise masking effect and accurately localize a sound source in their amphibious environment

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Events

Talk by Olivier Adam and Isabelle Charrier

on Whale songs

January 14, 2020 / 7:30 pm

Maison de l'Université

This event is part of the Bioacoustics Winter School.

Talk by Alexandre Suire

Friday 10, 2020 / 12:30 pm

ENES meeting room

The evolution of the human voice through sexual selections.

PhD defense of Léo Papet

December 13, 2019 / 2 pm

CRNL Neurocampus Lyon

Sound localisation in crocodilians.

ENES Winter Symposium

November 27, 2019 / 9/30 am

Faculté des Sciences et Techniques / J108

Meet the ENES members presenting their research.

PhD defense of Laura Chabrolles

November 8, 2019 / 2 am

Faculté des Sciences et Techniques

Integrative study of multimodal communication in two models of vertebrates: Maylandia zebra and Crocodylus niloticus.

PhD defense of Thibaut Marin-Cudraz

October 17, 2019 / 2:30 pm

Faculté des Sciences et Techniques

Bioacoustics potential as a tool for counting diffcult-to-access species: The case of the rock ptarmigan (Lagopus muta).

Latest releases

BOOK

Coding strategies in vertebrate acoustic

communication

Aubin Thierry and Mathevon Nicolas

2020, Springer

PAPER

The genesis of giants: Behavioural ontogeny of male northern elephant seals.

Casey C, Charrier I, Mathevon N, Nasr C, Forman P, Reichmuth C

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Animal Behaviour

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Breaking conversational rules matters to captive gorillas: A playback experiment.

Pougnault L, Levréro F, Mulot B & Lemasson A

2020

Scientific Reports

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Sex differences in mate preferences across 45 countries: A large-scale replication.

Walter KV, Conroy-Beam D,..., Pisanski K,...,& Amjad N

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Psychological Science

PAPER

Baby cry recognition is independent of motherhood but improved by experience and exposure.

Bouchet H, Plat A, Levréro F, Reby D, Patural H, Mathevon N

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Proceedings of the Royal Society B

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Do penguins' vocal sequences conform to linguistic laws?

Favaro L, Gamba M, Cresta E, Fumagalli E, Bandoli F, Pilenga C, Isaja V, Mathevon N, Reby D

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Biology Letters

PAPER

Individual differences in human voice pitch are preserved from speech to screams, roars and pain cries.

Pisanski K, Raine J, Reby D

In press 

Royal Society Open Science

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