2019

96. Koseva BS, Hackett JL, Zhou Y, Harris BR, Kelly JK, Greenfield MD, Gleason JM, Macdonald, SJ 2019. Quantitative genetic mapping and genome assembly in the lesser wax moth Achroia grisella. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, g3-400090.

95. Ravignani A, Verga L, Greenfield MD 2019. Interactive rhythms across species: the evolutionary biology of animal chorusing and turn‐taking. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1453, 12. 

94. Rebar D, Barbosa F, Greenfield MD, 2019. Female reproductive plasticity to the social environment and its impact on male reproductive success. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, 48.

93. Green A, Clark C, Favaro L, Lomax S, Reby D, 2019. Vocal individuality of Holstein-Friesian cattle is maintained across putatively positive and negative farming contexts. Scientific Reports 9, 18468.

92. Root-Gutteridge H, Ratcliffe VF, Korzeniowska AT, Reby D, 2019. Dogs perceive and spontaneously normalise formant-related speaker and vowel differences in human speech sounds. Biology Letters 15.

91. Amorim C, Fonseca PJ, Mathevon N, Beauchaud M, In press. Assessment of fighting ability in the vocal cichlid Metriaclima zebra in face of incongruent audiovisual information. Biology Open.

90. Korzeniowska AT, Root- Gutteridge H, Simner J, Reby D, 2019. Audio–visual crossmodal correspondences in domestic dogs (Canis familiaris). Biology Letters 15: 20190564.

89. Sorokowski P, Oleszkiewicz A, Sorokowska A, Pisanski K, In press. Human height preferences as a function of population size in the Cook Islands and Norway. American Journal of Human Biology.

88. Cartei V, Banerjee R, Garnham A, Oakhill J, Roberts L, Anns S, Bond R, Reby D 2019. Physiological and perceptual correlates of masculinity in children's voices. Hormones and behavior, 104616-104616.

87. Hyacinthe C, Attia J, Rétaux S, 2019. Evolution of acoustic communication in blind cavefish. Nature Communications 10, 4231.

86. Gallego-Abenza M, Mathevon N, Wheatcroft D, In press. Experience modulates an insect's response to anthropogenic noise. Behavioral Ecology.

85. Baudouin A, Gatti S, Levréro F, Genton C, Cristescu RH, Billy V, Motsch P, Pierre JS, Le Gouar P, Ménard, N 2019. Disease avoidance, and breeding group age and size condition the dispersal patterns of western lowland gorilla females. Ecology, e02786.

84. Papet L, Grimault N, Boyer N, Mathevon N, 2019. Influence of head morphology and natural postures on sound localization cues in crocodilians. Royal Society Open Science, 6(7), 190423.

83. Baciadonna L, Briefer EF, Favaro L, McElligott AG, 2019. Goats distinguish between positive and negative emotion-linked vocalisations. Frontiers in Zoology, 16: 25.

82. Sorokowski P, Puts D, Johnson J, Żółkiewicz O, Oleszkiewicz A, Sorokowska A, Kowal M, & Pisanski K, 2019. Voice of Authority: Professionals Lower Their Vocal Frequencies When Giving Expert Advice. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 43: 257-269.

81. Hanache P, Spataro T, Firmat C, Boyer N, Fonseca P, Médoc V, In press. Noise-induced reduction in the attack rate of a planktivorous freshwater fish revealed by functional response analysis. Freshwater Biology.

80. Raine J, Pisanski K, Bond R, Simner J, Reby D, 2019. Human roars communicate upper- body strength more effectively than do screams or aggressive and distressed speech. PLoS ONE 14 (3): e0213034.

79. Boets P, Laverty C, Fukuda S, Verreycken H, Britton RJ, Caffrey J. Goethals PLM, Pegg J, Médoc V, Dick JTA, 2019. Intra- and Intercontinental variation in the functional responses of a high impact alien invasive fish. Biological Invasions, 21: 1751-1762.

78. Marin-Cudraz T, Muffat-Joly B, Novoa C, Aubry P, Desmet JF, Mahamoud-Issa M, Nicolè F, Van Niekerk MH, Mathevon N, Sèbe F, 2019. Acoustic monitoring of rock ptarmigan: A multi-year comparison with point-count protocol. Ecological Indicators, 101: 710-719.

77. Cornec C., Robert A. Rybak F, Hingrat Y, 2019. Male vocalizations convey information on kinship and inbreeding in a lekking bird. Ecology and evolution, 9: 4421-4430.

76. Levréro F, Touitou S, Frédet F, Nairaud B, Guéry JP, Lemasson A, 2019. Social bonding drives vocal exchanges in Bonobos. Scientific Reports, 9: 711.

2018

75. Koutseff A, Reby D, Martin O, Levréro F, Patural H, Mathevon N, 2018. The acoustic space of pain: Cries as indicators of distress recovering dynamics in preverbal infants. Bioacoustics, 27: 313-325.

74. Lemasson A, Peireira H, Levréro F, 2018 Social basis of vocal interactions in western lowland gorillas (Gorilla g. gorilla). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 132: 141-151.

73. Levréro F, Mathevon N, Pisanski K, Gustafsson E, Reby D, 2018. The pitch of babies’ cries predicts their voice pitch at age five. Biology Letters, 14: 20180065.

72. Sèbe F, Poindron P, Ligout S, Sèbe O, Aubin T, 2018. Amplitude modulation is a major marker of lamb bleats’ individual signature. Bioacoustics, 27: 359-375.

2017

71. Ben-Aderet T, Gallego-Abenza M, Reby D, Mathevon N, 2017. Dog-directed speech: why do we use it and do dogs pay attention to it? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 284: 20162429.

70. Boucaud ICA, Perez EC, Ramos LS, Griffith SC, Vignal C, 2017. Acoustic communication in zebra finches signals when mates will take turns with parental duties. Behavioral Ecology, 28: 645-656.

69. Chabrolles L, BenAmmar I, Fernandez MSA, Boyer N, Attia J, Fonseca PJ, Amorim CP, Beauchaud M, 2017. Appraisal of unimodal cues during agonistic interactions in Maylandia zebra. PeerJ, 5: e3643.

68. Chabrolles L, Coureaud G, Boyer N, Mathevon N, Beauchaud M, 2017. Cross-sensory modulation in a future top predator, the young Nile crocodile. Royal Society Open Science, 4: 170386.

67. Fernandez MSA, Vignal C, Soula HA, 2017. Impact of group size and social composition on group vocal activity and acoustic network in a social songbird. Animal Behaviour 127: 163-178.

66. Garcia M, Favaro L, 2017. Animal vocal communication: function, structures, and production mechanisms. Current Zoology, 63: 417-419.

65. Genton C, Cristescu R, Gatti S, Levréro F, Bigot E, Motsch P, LeGouar P, Pierre JS, Menard N, 2017. Using demographic characteristics of populations to detect spatial fragmentation following suspected ebola outbreaks in great apes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 164: 3-10.

64. Griffith SC and 50 others (including Boucaud ICA, Villain AS, Vignal C), 2017. Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities. Ethology, 123: 1-29.

63. Kelly T, Reby D, Levréro F, Keenan S, Gustafsson E, Koutseff A, Mathevon N, 2017. Adult human perception of distress in the cries of bonobo, chimpanzee and human infants. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 120: 919–930.

62. Mathevon N, Casey C, Reichmuth C, Charrier I, 2017. Northern elephant seals memorize the rhythm and timbre of their rivals’ voices. Current Biology, 27: 2352-2356.

61. Mouterde S, Elie J, Mathevon N, Theunissen F, 2017. Single neurons in the avian auditory cortex encode individual identity and propagation distance in naturally degraded communication calls. The Journal of Neuroscience 37: 3491-3510.

60. Ravignani A, Gross S, Garcia M, Rubio-Garcia A, de Boer B, 2017. How small could a pup sound? The physical bases of signaling body size in harbor seals. Current Zoology, 63: 457-465.

59. Villain A, Mahamoud-Issa M, Doligez B, Vignal C, 2017. Vocal behaviour of mates at the nest in the White-throated Dipper Cinclus cinclus: contexts and structure of vocal interactions, pair-specific acoustic signature. Journal of Ornithology, 158: 897-910.

2016

58. Boucaud I, Aguirre-Smith M, Valere P, Vignal C, 2016. Incubating females signal their need during intrapair vocal communication at the nest: a feeding experiment in great tits. Animal Behaviour, 122: 77-86.

57. Boucaud ICA, Mariette M, Villain AS, Vignal C, 2016. Vocal negociation over parental care? Acoustic communication at the nest predicts partners’ incubation share. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2: 322-336.

56. Boucaud ICA, Valère PA, Aguirre Smith P, Doligez B, Cauchard L, Rybak F, Vignal C. 2016. Interactive vocal communication at the nest by parent great tits Parus major. Ibis, 158: 630-644.

55. Curé C, Mathevon N, Aubin T. 2016. Mate vocal recognition in the Cory’s shearwater Calonectris diomedea: Do females and males share the same acoustic code? Behavioural Processes, 128: 96-102.

54. Fernandez MSA, Soula H, Mariette M, Vignal C, 2016. A new semi-automated method for assessing avian acoustic networks reveals that juvenile and adult zebra finch have separate calling networks. Frontiers in Psychology, 7: 1816.

53. Fouquet M, Pisanski K, Mathevon N, Reby D, 2016. Seven and Up: Voice pitch in childhood predicts voice pitch in adulthood. Royal Society Open Science, 3: 160395.

52. Hernandez AM, Perez EC, Mulard H, Mathevon N, Vignal C, 2016. Mate call as reward: Acoustic communication signals can acquire positive reinforcing values during adulthood in female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 130: 36-43.

51. Keenan S, Mathevon N, Steven JMG, Guéry JP, Zuberbuhler K, Levréro F, 2016. Enduring voice recognition in bonobos. Scientific Reports, 6: 22046.

50. Ligout S, Dentressangle F, Mathevon N, Vignal C, 2016. Not for parents only: Begging calls allow nest-sibling recognition in juvenile zebra finches. Ethology, 122: 193-206.

49. Perez EC, Mariette MM, Cochard P, Soulage CO, Griffith SC, Vignal C, 2016. Corticosterone triggers high-pitched nestlings’ begging calls and affects parental behavior in the wild zebra finch. Behavioral Ecology, 27: 1665-1675.

48. Prior N, Nian Yap K, Tian Qi DL, Vignal C, Soma KK, 2016. Context-dependant effects of testosterone treatment to males on pair maintenance behaviour in zebra finches. Animal Behaviour, 114: 155-164.

47. Quispe R, Sèbe F, da Silva ML, Gahr M, 2016. Dawn-song onset coincides with increased HVC androgen receptor expression but is decoupled from high circulating testosterone in an equatorial songbird. Physiology & behavior, 156: 1-7.

46. Reby D, Levréro F, Gustafsson E, Mathevon N, 2016. Sex stereotypes influence adults’ perception of babies’ cries. BMC Psychology, 4: 19.

45. Villain AS, Fernandez MSA, Bouchut C, Soula HA, Vignal C, 2016. Songbird mates change their call structure and intra-pair communication at the nest in response to environmental noise. Animal Behaviour, 116: 1-17.

2015

44. Casey C, Charrier I, Mathevon N, Reichmuth C, 2015. Rival assessment among elephant seals: evidence of associative learning during male-male contests. Royal Society Open Science 2: 150228.

43. Chabert T, Colin A, Aubin T, Shacks V, Bourquin S, Mathevon N, 2015. Size does matter: Nile crocodile mothers react more to the voice of smaller juveniles. Scientific Reports 5: 15547.

42. Elemans CPH, Rasmussen JH, Herbst CT, During DN, Zollinger SA, Brumm H, Srivastava K, Svane N, Ding M, Larsen OL, Sober SJ, Svec JG, 2015. Universal mechanisms of sound production and control in birds and mammals. Nature Communications, 6: 8978.

41. Elie JE, Soula H, Mathevon N, Vignal C, 2015. Housing conditions and sacrifice protocol affect neural activity and vocal behavior in a songbird species, the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). Comptes Rendus Biologie, 338: 825-837.

40. Genton C, Pierre A, Cristescu R, Levréro F, Gatti S, Pierre JS, Ménard N, Le Gouar P, 2015. How Ebola impacts social dynamics in gorillas: a multistate modelling approach. Journal of Animal Ecology, 84: 166-176

39. Levréro F, Carrete-Vega G, Herbert A, Lawabi I, Courtiol A, Willaume E, Kappeler PM, Charpentier MJE, 2015. Social shaping of voices does not impair phenotype matching of kinship in mandrills. Nature Communications, 6: 7609.

38. Perez EC, Elie JE, Boucaud ICA, Crouchet T, Soulage CO, Soula HA, Theunissen FE, Vignal C, 2015. Physiological resonance between mates through calls as possible evidence of empathic processes in songbirds. Hormones and Behavior, 75: 130-141.

37. Perez EC, Fernandez MSA, Griffith SC, Vignal C, Soula HA, 2015. Impact of visual contact on vocal interaction dynamics of pair-bonded birds, Animal Behaviour, 107: 125-137.

36. Villain AS, Boucaud I, Bouchut C, Vignal C, 2015. Parental influence on begging call structure in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata): evidence of early vocal plasticity. Royal Society Open Science, 2: 150497.

2014

35. Aubin T, DaSilva M, Boscolo D, Mathevon N, 2014. Species identity coding by the song of a rainforest warbler: an adaptation to long-range transmission? Acta Acustica, 100: 638-648.

34. Draganoiu T, Moreau A, Ravaux L, Bonckaert W, Mathevon N, 2014. Song stability and neighbour recognition in a migratory songbird, the black redstart. Behaviour, 151: 435-453.

33. Mouterde S, Theunissen F, Elie JE, Mathevon N, 2014. Learning to cope with degraded sounds: Female zebra finches can improve their expertise at discriminating between male voices at long distance. Journal of Experimental Biology, 217: 3169-3177.

32. Mouterde S, Theunissen F, Elie JE, Vignal C, Mathevon N, 2014. Acoustic communication and sound degradation: How do the individual signatures of male and female zebra finch calls transmit over distance? PloS ONE, 9: e102842.

31. Parmentier E, JTock J, Falguière JC, Beauchaud M, 2014. Sound production in Sciaenops ocellatus: Preliminary study for the development of acoustic cues in aquaculture. Aquaculture, 432: 204–211.

2013

30. Bertucci F, Attia J, Beauchaud M, Mathevon N, 2013. The relevance of temporal cues in a fish sound : a first experimental investigation using modified signals. Animal Cognition, 16: 45-54.

29. Besseau L, Fuentès M, Sauzet S, Beauchaud M, Chatain B, Covès D, Gilles Bœuf G, Jack Falcón J, 2013. Somatotropic axis genes are expressed before pituitary onset during zebrafish and sea bass development. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 194: 133-141.

28. Charrier I, Mathevon N, Aubin T, 2013. Bearded seal males perceive geographical variation in their trills. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 67: 1679-1689.

27. Gustafsson E, Levréro F, Reby D, Mathevon N, 2013. Fathers are just as good as mothers at recognizing the cries of their baby. Nature Communications, 4: 1698, doi:10.1038/ncomms2713

26. Levréro F, Mathevon N, 2013. Vocal signature in wild infant chimpanzees. American Journal of Primatology, 75: 324-332.

25. Mariette MM, Cathaud C, Chambon R, Vignal C, 2013. Juvenile social experience affects pairing success at adulthood: congruence with the loser effect. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 280(1767): 20131514.

2012

24. Bertucci F, Attia J, Beauchaud M, Mathevon N, 2012. Sounds produced by the cichlid fish Metriaclima zebra allow reliable estimation of size and provide information on individual identity. Journal of Fish Biology, 4: 752-766.

23. Bertucci F, Scaion D, Beauchaud M, Attia J, Mathevon N, 2012. Ontogenesis of agonistic vocalizations in the cichlid fish Metriaclima zebra. Comptes Rendus Biologie, 35:529-534.

22. Curé C, Mathevon N, Mundry R, Aubin T, 2012. Acoustic cues used for species recognition can differ between sexes and between sibling species: evidence in shearwaters. Animal Behaviour, 84: 239-250.

21. Dentressangle F, Aubin T, Mathevon N, 2012. Males use time whereas females prefer harmony: individual call recognition in the dimorphic blue footed booby. Animal Behaviour, 84: 413-420.

20. Genton C, Cristescu R, Gatti S, Levréro F, Bigot E, Caillaud D, Pierre JS, Ménard N, 2012. Population recovery after a major Ebola outbreak: a ten year study of 19 western lowland gorillas. PLos One, 7: e37106

19. Krief S, Levréro F, Krief JM, Thanapongpichat S, Imwong M, Snounou G, Kasenene JM, Cibot M, Gantier JC, 2012. Investigations on anopheline mosquitoes close to the nest sites of chimpanzees subject to malaria infection in Ugandan Highlands. Malaria Journal, 11: 116.

18. Levréro F, Blanc A, Mathevon N, 2012. Response to begging calls by zebra finch parents: ‘first come, first served’ rule may overcome a parental preference between chicks. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 335: 135-141.

17. Menardy F, Dutrieux G, Bouaziz J, Bozon B, Vignal C, Mathevon N, DelNegro C, 2012. Social experience affects neuronal responses to male calls in adult female zebra finches. European Journal of Neuroscience, 35: 1322-1336.

16. Perez E, Elie J, Soulage CO, Soula HA, Mathevon N, Vignal C, 2012. The acoustic expressions of stress in a songbird : does corticosterone drive isolation-induced modifications of zebra finch calls? Hormones and Behaviour, 61: 573-581.

15. Vergne AL, Aubin T, Martin S, Mathevon N, 2012. Acoustic communication in crocodilians: Information encoding and species specificity value of juvenile calls. Animal Cognition, 15: 1095–1109.

2011

14. Curé C, Aubin T, Mathevon N, 2011. Sex discrimination and mate recognition by voice in the Yelkouan shearwater Puffinus yelkouan. Bioacoustics, 20: 235-250.

13. Elie JE, Soula HA, Mathevon N, Vignal C, 2011. Dynamics of communal vocalizations in a social songbird, the zebra finch. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 129: 4037-4046.

12. Elie JE, Soula HA, Mathevon N, Vignal C, 2011. Same-sex pair-bonds are equivalent to male-female bonds in a life-long socially monogamous songbird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 65(12): 2197-2208.

11. Martins CI, Galhardo L, Noble C, Damsgard B, Spedicato MT, Zupa W, Beauchaud M, Kulczykowsda E, Massabuau JC, Carter T, Planellas SR, Kristiansen T, 2011. Behavioural indicators of welfare in farmed fish. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry, 38: 17-41.

10. Mottin S, Montcel B, Guillet de Chatelus H, Ramstein S, Vignal C, Mathevon N, 2011. Functional white-laser imaging to study brain oxygen uncoupling/recoupling in songbirds. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, 31: 393-400. Corrigendum concernant les noms des auteurs et les remerciements (JCBF, 2011, 31:1170).

9. Vergne AL, Aubin T, Taylor, P, Mathevon N, 2011. Acoustic signals of baby black caimans. Zoology, 114: 313-378.

8. Vignal C, Mathevon N, 2011. Effect of acoustic cues modifications on evoked vocal response to calls in zebra finches. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 125: 150-161.

2010

7. Bertucci F, Beauchaud M, Attia J, Mathevon N, 2010. Sounds modulate males’ aggressiveness in a Cichlid fish. Ethology, 116: 1179-1188.

6. Blanc A, Ogier N, Roux A, Denizeau S, Mathevon N, 2010. Begging coordination between siblings in Black-headed gulls. Comptes Rendus Biologie, 333: 688-693.

5. Charrier I, Aubin T, Mathevon N, 2010. Mother-Calf vocal communication in Atlantic walrus: a first field experimental study. Animal Cognition, 13: 471-482.

4. Curé C, Aubin T, Mathevon N, 2010. Intra-sex vocal interactions in two hybridizing seabird species: the Yelkouan and the Balearic shearwaters (Puffinus yelkouan and P. mauretanicus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64: 1823-1837.

3. Elie J, Mariette MM, Soula HA, Griffith SC, Mathevon N, Vignal C, 2010. Vocal communication at nest between mates in wild zebra finches: a private vocal duet? Animal Behaviour, 80:597-605.

2. Mathevon N, Koralek A, Weldele M, Glickman S, Theunissen F, 2010. What the hyena’s laugh tells: Sex, age, dominance and individual signature in the giggling call of Crocuta crocuta. BMC Ecology, 10: 9.

1. Mulard H, Vignal C, Pelletier L, Blanc A, Mathevon N, 2010. From preferential response to parental calls to sex-specific response to conspecifics calls in juvenile zebra finches. Animal Behaviour, 80: 189-195.

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