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Advances in Vertebrate Neuroethology

Author: Jörg-Peter Ewert; Robert R Capranica; David J Ingle
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1983.
Series: NATO advanced science institutes series., Series A,, Life sciences ;, 56.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jörg-Peter Ewert; Robert R Capranica; David J Ingle
ISBN: 9781468444124 1468444123 9781468444148 146844414X
OCLC Number: 840288919
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Sensory processing of key stimuli --
Sensorimotor interfacing --
State dependent responses --
Section I --
Implications for Neuroethology --
Some ethological implications for neuroethology: The ontogeny of birdsong --
Implications for neuroethology from comparative neurophysiology --
Neuroanatomical implications for neuroethology --
Implications of insect neuroethology for studies on vertebrates --
Section II --
Neural Prerequisites of Signal Localization --
Nasal chemical senses in snakes --
Brain mechanisms of visual localization by frogs and toads --
Localization of acoustic signals in the owl --
Localization with biosonar signals in bats --
Mechanisms of selective attention in mammals --
Seminar Contributions --
The functional organization of neuromasts in the lateral-line system of a cichlid fish --
Effect of signal orientation on the firing of electrosensory cells in the electric fish Eigenmannia --
Picking a route: Do toads follow rules or make plans? --
Frog prey capture behavior: Between sensory maps and directed motor output --
Visuomotor organization of pecking in the pigeon --
Specialization of visual function for different retinal areas i n the pigeon --
Localization, orienting responses, and attention in the golden hamster --
Section III --
Neural Bases of Signal Identification --
Visual central processes in fish behavior --
Neuroethological analysis of the innate releasing mechanism for prey-catching behavior in toads --
Lateralization of emotional and cognitive function in higher vertebrates, with special reference to the domestic chick --
Information storage in the brain: A study of imprinting in the domestic chick --
Neural mechanisms underlying the visual analysis of faces --
Seminar Contributions --
Neural basis of visual pattern recognition in fish --
Neuronal correlates of partner recognition in newts --
Influence of the optic tectum and prosencephalic structures on visually controlled prey-catching and avoidance behaviors in the fire salamander --
Relationships between the responses of visual units, EEGs and slow potential shifts in the optic tectum of the toad --
A telemetry system for single unit recording in the freely moving toad (Bufo bufo L.) --
Snapping in toads: Some aspects of sensorimotor i nterfacing and motor pattern generati on --
Is the Mauthner cell a vertebrate command neuron? A neuroethological perspective on an evolving concept --
The neural basis of perceptual equivalence of visual stimuli in the cat --
Visual properties of peri geniculate neurons in the cat --
A cerebral asymmetry in olfactory control of social huddling by infant hamsters --
Section IV --
Neural Bases of Intraspecific Communication --
The Jamming Avoidance Response in an electric fish: Algorithms in sensory information processing and their neuronal organization --
Neurobehavioral correlates of sound communication in anurans --
Acoustic communication in the Guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) --
Analysis of song in the auditory pathway of song birds --
Adaptations for the detection of fluttering insects by echolocation in horseshoe bats --
Representation of biosonar information in the auditory cortex of the mustached bat, with emphasis on representation of target velocity information --
Seminar Contributions --
Neuroethology of species recognition in electroreception --
Neuroethological studies on intraspecific call discrimination in the grass frog --
Responses of torus semicircularis cells of the Coqui treefrog to FM sinusoids --
Auditory response properties of the anuran thalamus: Nonlinear facilitation --
Receptive fields of auditory neurons in the frog's midbrain as functional elements for acoustic communication --
Auditory processing and perception of ultrasounds in house mice --
Inhibition of auditory neurons during phonation: Evidence of feed-forward mechanisms in brain processes controlling audio-vocal behavior? --
Cochleotopic organization of the mustache bat's inferior colliculus --
Section V --
Central Control of Motivation --
The analysis of behavioral networks --
Neural correlates of motivated behavior in fish --
Regulation of reptilian reproductive behavior --
The neuroethology of reproduction --
Neurophysiological processing related to feeding in the monkey --
Control of vocal aggression in squirrel monkeys --
Seminar Contributions --
On the central dopaminergic mechanisms for motion and emoti on --
The medial preoptic area serves as a monitor of testosterone, not an integrative area, to influence urine marking and male sexual behavior --
Neural controls of energy homeostasis caudal to the forebrain --
Central and autonomic aspects of aggression and dominance in reptiles --
Neuroethology of defense --
A neuroethological study of sexual and predatory aggression in the domestic cat --
Methodological aspects of tele-stimulation in primates --
Symposium Participants --
Author Index --
Species Index.
Series Title: NATO advanced science institutes series., Series A,, Life sciences ;, 56.
Responsibility: edited by Jörg-Peter Ewert, Robert R. Capranica, David J. Ingle.

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