Fish Hearing and Bioacoustics

An Anthology in Honor of Arthur N. Popper and Richard R. Fay

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ISBN: 978-3-319-21058-2 (Print) 978-3-319-21059-9 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

  2. Biographies and Soliloquy

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-11

      Fishy Hearing: A Short Biography of Arthur N. Popper, PhD

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      Pages 13-30

      A Most Interesting Man of Science: The Life and Research of Richard Rozzell Fay

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      Pages 31-51

      It Started in Hawai’i Kai: Reminiscences of 43 Years (and Counting) of Collaboration and Friendship

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      Pages 53-54

      A Soliloquy for Art and Dick

  3. Acoustic Communication and Behavior

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 55-55

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      Pages 57-92

      Acoustic Communication in Butterflyfishes: Anatomical Novelties, Physiology, Evolution, and Behavioral Ecology

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      Pages 93-120

      Convergent Aspects of Acoustic Communication in Darters, Sculpins, and Gobies

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      Pages 121-155

      Directional Hearing and Sound Source Localization in Fishes

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      Pages 157-184

      Revisiting Psychoacoustic Methods for the Assessment of Fish Hearing

  4. Sensory Biology and Physiology

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 185-185

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      Pages 187-195

      Hearing in Cavefishes

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      Pages 197-226

      What the Toadfish Ear Tells the Toadfish Brain About Sound

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      Pages 227-254

      Comparison of Electrophysiological Auditory Measures in Fishes

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      Pages 255-270

      The Potential Overlapping Roles of the Ear and Lateral Line in Driving “Acoustic” Responses

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      Pages 271-289

      Multimodal Sensory Input in the Utricle and Lateral Line of the Toadfish, Opsanus tau

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      Pages 291-318

      Development of Structure and Sensitivity of the Fish Inner Ear

  5. Morphology and Neuroanatomy

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 319-319

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      Pages 321-340

      Peripheral Hearing Structures in Fishes: Diversity and Sensitivity of Catfishes and Cichlids

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      Pages 341-391

      Diversity of Inner Ears in Fishes: Possible Contribution Towards Hearing Improvements and Evolutionary Considerations

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      Pages 393-417

      Causes and Consequences of Sensory Hair Cell Damage and Recovery in Fishes

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      Pages 419-437

      Chemical Ototoxicity of the Fish Inner Ear and Lateral Line

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      Pages 439-475

      Neuroanatomical Evidence for Catecholamines as Modulators of Audition and Acoustic Behavior in a Vocal Teleost

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 477-484