Melissa Hughes
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Acoustic sequences in non‐human animals: a tutorial review and prospectus
A Kershenbaum, DT Blumstein, MA Roch, Ç Akçay, G Backus, MA Bee, ...
Biological Reviews 91 (1), 13-52, 2016
Behavioral syndromes break down in urban song sparrow populations
J Scales, J Hyman, M Hughes
Ethology 117 (10), 887-895, 2011
The function of concurrent signals: visual and chemical communication in snapping shrimp
Animal Behaviour 52 (2), 247-257, 1996
Geographic song discrimination in relation to dispersal distances in song sparrows
WA Searcy, S Nowicki, M Hughes, S Peters
The American Naturalist 159 (3), 221-230, 2002
The response of male and female song sparrows to geographic variation in song
WA Searcy, S Nowicki, M Hughes
The Condor 99 (3), 651-657, 1997
Size assessment via a visual signal in snapping shrimp
M Hughes
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 38, 51-57, 1996
The territory defense function of song in song sparrows: a test with the speaker occupation design
S Nowicki, WA Searcy, M Hughes
Behaviour 135 (5), 615-628, 1998
Individual variation in the strength of territory defense in male song sparrows: correlates of age, territory tenure, and neighbor aggressiveness
J Hyman, M Hughes, WA Searcy, S Nowicki
Behaviour 141 (1), 15-27, 2004
Song-type sharing in song sparrows: implications for repertoire function and song learning
M Hughes, S Nowicki, WA Searcy, S Peters
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 42, 437-446, 1998
Deception with honest signals: signal residuals and signal function in snapping shrimp
M Hughes
Behavioral Ecology 11 (6), 614-623, 2000
Call Learning in Black‐capped Chickadees (Parus atricapillus): The Role of Experience in the Development of ‘Chick‐A‐Dee’Calls
M Hughes, S Nowicki, B Lohr
Ethology 104 (3), 232-249, 1998
The evolution of bird song: male and female response to song innovation in swamp sparrows
S Nowicki, WA Searcy, M Hughes, J Podos
Animal Behaviour 62 (6), 1189-1195, 2001
Individual variation in response to simulated territorial challenge among territory‐holding song sparrows
S Nowicki, WA Searcy, T Krueger, M Hughes
Journal of Avian Biology 33 (3), 253-259, 2002
The receiver-dependent cost of soft song: a signal of aggressive intent in songbirds
RC Anderson, WA Searcy, M Hughes, S Nowicki
Animal Behaviour 83 (6), 1443-1448, 2012
Territory owners discriminate between aggressive and nonaggressive neighbours
J Hyman, M Hughes
Animal behaviour 72 (1), 209-215, 2006
Song learning and cognitive ability are not consistently related in a songbird
RC Anderson, WA Searcy, S Peters, M Hughes, AL DuBois, S Nowicki
Animal Cognition 20, 309-320, 2017
Fortune favours the aggressive: territory quality and behavioural syndromes in song sparrows, Melospiza melodia
J Scales, J Hyman, M Hughes
Animal Behaviour 85 (2), 441-451, 2013
Song type sharing and territory tenure in eastern song sparrows: implications for the evolution of song repertoires
M Hughes, RC Anderson, WA Searcy, LM Bottensek, S Nowicki
Animal behaviour 73 (4), 701-710, 2007
Sex and Weapons: Contrasting Sexual Dimorphisms in Weaponry and Aggression in Snapping Shrimp
M Hughes, T Williamson, K Hollowell, R Vickery
Ethology 120 (10), 982-994, 2014
Imitation and invention in song learning in nightingales (Luscinia megarhynchos B., Turdidae)
M Hughes, H Hultsch, D Todt
Ethology 108 (2), 97-113, 2002
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