Book Volume 228 1992

Playback and Studies of Animal Communication

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-3224-2 (Print) 978-1-4757-6203-7 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-9

    Design of Playback Experiments: The Thornbridge Hall NATO ARW Consensus

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    Pages 11-33

    Playback: A Historical Perspective

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    Pages 35-45

    Integrating Playback: A Wider Context

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    Pages 47-57

    What Studies on Learning can Teach us about Playback Design

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    Pages 59-77

    Conducting Playback Experiments and Interpreting their Results

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    Pages 79-96

    Quantifying Responses to Playback: One, Many, or Composite Multivariate Measures?

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    Pages 97-109

    Interactive Playback: A Finely Tuned Response

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    Pages 111-119

    Playback as a Tool for Studying Contests between Social Groups

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    Pages 121-133

    Song Overproduction, Song Matching and Selective Attrition during Development

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    Pages 135-152

    Male Quality and Playback in the Great Tit

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    Pages 153-174

    Mechanisms and Function of Call-Timing in Male-Male Interactions in Frogs

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    Pages 175-189

    Measuring Responses of Female Birds to Male Song

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    Pages 191-200

    Field Experiments on the Perception of Song Types by Birds

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    Pages 201-210

    Bird Song and Operant Experiments: A New Tool to Investigate Song Perception

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    Pages 211-223

    Pitch Processing Strategies in Birds: A Comparison of Laboratory and Field Studies

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 225-231