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Publications

Scientific publications of the last 8 years

  1. H. Römer, A.B., Lang and M. Hartbauer (2010)
    The signaller's dilemma: A cost–benefit analysis of public and private communication.
    PLoSONE, 5:e13325.
  2. M. E. Siegert ,H. Römer, R. Hashim and M. Hartbauer (2011)
    Neuronal correlates of a preference for leading signals in the synchronizing bushcricket Mecopoda elongata (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae).
    Journal of Experimental Biology, 214:3924–34.
  3. M. Hartbauer, A. Stabentheiner and H. Römer (2012a)
    Signalling plasticity and energy saving in a tropical bushcricket.
    Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 198:203–217.
  4. M. Hartbauer, T. B. Krüger and T. Stieglitz (2012b)
    Possibilities offered by implantable miniaturized cuff-electrodes for insect neurophysiology
    Neurocomputing, Special issue on Methods for measuring behavior and integration - a neuroscience perspective, 84:3–12.
  5. M. Hartbauer, M. Siegert, I. Fertschai and H. Römer (2012c)
    Acoustic signal perception in a noisy habitat: lessons from synchronizing insects.
    Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 198:397–409.
  6. M. Pfeiffer, M. Hartbauer, W. Maass, H. Römer (2012)
    Probing real sensory worlds of receivers with unsupervised clustering.
    PLoSONE, 7:e37354.
  7. M.E. Siegert, H. Römer and M. Hartbauer (2013)
    Maintaining acoustic communication at a cocktail party: Heterospecific masking noise improves signal detection through frequency separation
    Journal of Experimental Biology, 216:4655–4665.
  8. M. Hartbauer and H. Römer (2014)
    From microseconds to seconds and minutes – Time computation in insect hearing.
    Frontiers in Physiology, 5, 1-11.
  9. M. Hartbauer, J. Gepp, K. Hinteregger and S. Koblmüller (2014)
    Diversity of wing patterns and abdomen-generated substrate sounds in three European scorpionfly species. Insect Science, n.a.
  10. M.Hartbauer, L.Haitzinger, M.Kainz, and H.Römer (2014). Competition and cooperation in a synchronous bushcricket chorus. Royal Society Open Science, 1, 140167.
  11. M.Hartbauer, M. Siegert and H.Römer (2015)
    Male age and female mate choice in a synchronizing katydid.
    J Comp Physiol A, 201, 763-772.
  12. M. Hartbauer and H.Römer (2016)
    Rhythm Generation and Rhythm Perception in Insects: The Evolution of Synchronous Choruses. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 223. doi:10.3389/fnins.2016.00223
  13. M. Hartbauer (2017)
    A simple bio-inspired vehicle collision detection system. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. x. 2017. 12: 026007. doi:10.1088/1748-3190/aa5993
  14. B. Erregger, H. Kovac, A. Stabentheiner, M. Hartbauer, H. Römer, A.K.D. Schmidt (2017)
    Cranking up the heat: relationships between energetically costly song features and the increase in thorax temperature in male crickets and katydids. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 220:2017, 2635-2644. doi:10.1242/jeb.155846
  15. Z. Abdelatti, M. Hartbauer (2017)
    The heterospecific calling song can improve conspecific signal detection in a bushcricket species. In: Hearing Research. 355. 70-80. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heares.2017.09.011
  16. I. Krobath, M. Hartbauer and H. Römer(2017)
    Plasticity of signaling and mate choice in a trilling species of the Mecopoda complex (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 71, 14. doi:10.1007/s00265-017-2381-6

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