James A. Simmons

Brown University, Providence, RI 
"James Simmons"
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Nina Strohminger research assistant 2003-2004 Brown
Jeffrey M. Knowles research assistant 2008-2011 Brown
Michaela Warnecke research assistant 2010-2013 Brown
Jonathan B. Fritz grad student Brown
Alyssa R. Wheeler grad student Brown
Mark I. Sanderson grad student 2002 Brown
Albert S. Feng post-doc Washington University
Cynthia F. Moss post-doc 1987-1989 Brown
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Simmons JA, Yashiro H, Kohler AL, et al. (2020) Long-latency optical responses from the dorsal inferior colliculus of Seba's fruit bat. Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology
Ming C, Bates ME, Simmons JA. (2020) How frequency hopping suppresses pulse-echo ambiguity in bat biosonar. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Simmons JA, Brown PE, Vargas-Irwin CE, et al. (2020) Big brown bats are challenged by acoustically-guided flights through a circular tunnel of hoops. Scientific Reports. 10: 832
Lee H, Roan MJ, Ming C, et al. (2019) High-frequency soundfield microphone for the analysis of bat biosonar. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 146: 4525
Kloepper LN, Simmons AM, Simmons JA. (2019) Echolocation while drinking: Pulse-timing strategies by high- and low-frequency FM bats. Plos One. 14: e0226114
Luo J, Simmons AM, Beck QM, et al. (2019) Frequency-modulated up-chirps produce larger evoked responses than down-chirps in the big brown bat auditory brainstem. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 146: 1671
Simmons JA, Hiryu S, Shriram U. (2019) Biosonar interpulse intervals and pulse-echo ambiguity in four species of echolocating bats. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Simmons AM, Ertman A, Hom KN, et al. (2018) Big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) successfully navigate through clutter after exposure to intense band-limited sound. Scientific Reports. 8: 13555
Simmons AM, Hom KN, Simmons JA. (2017) Big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) maintain hearing sensitivity after exposure to intense band-limited noise. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 141: 1481
Hom KN, Linnenschmidt M, Simmons JA, et al. (2016) Echolocation behavior in big brown bats is not impaired after intense broadband noise exposures. The Journal of Experimental Biology
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