Alejandro Vélez
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Anuran acoustic signal perception in noisy environments
A Vélez, JJ Schwartz, MA Bee
Animal communication and noise, 133-185, 2013
Dip listening and the cocktail party problem in grey treefrogs: signal recognition in temporally fluctuating noise
A Vélez, MA Bee
Animal Behaviour 82 (6), 1319-1327, 2011
Multitasking males and multiplicative females: dynamic signalling and receiver preferences in Cope's grey treefrog
JL Ward, EK Love, A Vélez, NP Buerkle, LR O'Bryan, MA Bee
Animal Behaviour 86 (2), 231-243, 2013
Assessing Acoustic Signal Variability and the Potential for Sexual Selection and Social Recognition in Boreal Chorus Frogs (Pseudacris maculata)
MA Bee, JM Cook, EK Love, LR O’Bryan, BA Pettitt, K Schrode, A Vélez
Ethology 116 (6), 564-576, 2010
Sound level discrimination by gray treefrogs in the presence and absence of chorus-shaped noise
MA Bee, A Vélez, JD Forester
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (5), 4188-4195, 2012
Signal recognition by frogs in the presence of temporally fluctuating chorus-shaped noise
A Vélez, MA Bee
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64, 1695-1709, 2010
Sound transmission and the recognition of temporally degraded sexual advertisement signals in Cope's gray treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis)
MC Kuczynski, A Vélez, JJ Schwartz, MA Bee
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (16), 2840-2850, 2010
Female preferences for spectral call properties in the western genetic lineage of Cope's gray treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis)
KM Schrode, JL Ward, A Vélez, MA Bee
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 66, 1595-1606, 2012
Frogs exploit statistical regularities in noisy acoustic scenes to solve cocktail-party-like problems
N Lee, JL Ward, A Vélez, C Micheyl, MA Bee
Current Biology 27 (5), 743-750, 2017
Dip listening or modulation masking? Call recognition by green treefrogs (Hyla cinerea) in temporally fluctuating noise
A Vélez, G Höbel, NM Gordon, MA Bee
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 198, 891-904, 2012
Signal recognition by green treefrogs (Hyla cinerea) and cope’s gray treefrogs (Hyla chrysoscelis) in naturally fluctuating noise.
A Vélez, MA Bee
Journal of Comparative Psychology 127 (2), 166, 2013
Song structure, not high‐frequency song content, determines high‐frequency auditory sensitivity in nine species of N ew W orld sparrows (P asseriformes: E mberizidae)
A Velez, MD Gall, J Fu, JR Lucas
Functional Ecology 29 (4), 487-497, 2015
Seasonal plasticity in auditory processing of the envelope and temporal fine structure of sounds in three songbirds
A Vélez, MD Gall, JR Lucas
Animal behaviour 103, 53-63, 2015
Avian auditory processing at four different scales: variation among species, seasons, sexes, and individuals
KS Henry, MD Gall, A Vélez, JR Lucas
Psychological mechanisms in animal communication, 17-55, 2016
The cellular and circuit basis for evolutionary change in sensory perception in mormyrid fishes
A Vélez, T Kohashi, A Lu, BA Carlson
Scientific reports 7 (1), 3783, 2017
The signal in noise: acoustic information for soundscape orientation in two North American tree frogs
A Vélez, NM Gordon, MA Bee
Behavioral ecology 28 (3), 844-853, 2017
Sound or Silence: Call Recognition in the Temporal Domain by the Frog Allobates femoralis
A Vélez, W Hödl, A Amézquita
Ethology 118 (4), 377-386, 2012
Pulse-number discrimination by Cope's gray treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis) in modulated and unmodulated noise
A Vélez, BJ Linehan-Skillings, Y Gu, Y Sun, MA Bee
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134 (4), 3079-3089, 2013
Habitat-related differences in auditory processing of complex tones and vocal signal properties in four songbirds
JR Lucas, A Vélez, KS Henry
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 201, 395-410, 2015
Detection of transient synchrony across oscillating receptors by the central electrosensory system of mormyrid fish
A Velez, BA Carlson
Elife 5, e16851, 2016
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