Peter J. B. Slater, Ph.D.
|School of Biology||University of St Andrews, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom|
Area:"animal communication", "bird song"
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|Robert Lachlan||grad student||University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK|
|Daniel J. Mennill||grad student||University of St Andrews (Evolution Tree)|
|Henrik Brumm||post-doc||Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen (Animal Behavior Tree)|
|Christopher N. Templeton||post-doc||Pacific University (Evolution Tree)|
|Sue Anne Zollinger||post-doc||University of St Andrews|
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|Zollinger SA, Slater PJB, Nemeth E, et al. (2017) Higher songs of city birds may not be an individual response to noise. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284|
|Lachlan RF, Verzijden MN, Bernard CS, et al. (2013) The progressive loss of syntactical structure in bird song along an island colonization chain. Current Biology : Cb. 23: 1896-901|
|Templeton CN, Ríos-Chelén AA, Quirós-Guerrero E, et al. (2013) Female happy wrens select songs to cooperate with their mates rather than confront intruders. Biology Letters. 9: 20120863|
|Brumm H, Zollinger SA, Slater PJ. (2009) Developmental stress affects song learning but not song complexity and vocal amplitude in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 63: 1387-1395|
|Mann NI, Barker FK, Graves JA, et al. (2006) Molecular data delineate four genera of "Thryothorus" wrens. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 40: 750-9|