Sue Anne Zollinger

1995-1999 University of Maryland, Baltimore County 
 1999-2007 Biological Sciences Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
 2007-2010 School of Biology University of St Andrews, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom 
 2010- Communication and Social Behaviour Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen 
Vocal Production, "bird song", "animal communication", physiology
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Roderick A. Suthers grad student 2007 Indiana University
 (Performance constraints and vocal complexity in birdsong: Evidence from a vocal mimic.)
Peter J. B. Slater post-doc University of St Andrews


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Henrik Brumm collaborator (Animal Behavior Tree)
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Zollinger SA, Dorado-Correa A, Goymann W, et al. (2019) Traffic noise exposure depresses plasma corticosterone and delays offspring growth in breeding zebra finches. Conservation Physiology. 7: coz056
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
Brumm H, Zollinger SA. (2017) Vocal plasticity in a reptile. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Hardman SI, Zollinger SA, Koselj K, et al. (2017) Correction: Lombard effect onset times reveal the speed of vocal plasticity in a songbird. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 220: 1541
Hardman SI, Zollinger SA, Koselj K, et al. (2017) Lombard effect onset times reveal the speed of vocal plasticity in a songbird. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Templeton CN, Zollinger SA, Brumm H. (2016) Traffic noise drowns out great tit alarm calls. Current Biology : Cb. 26: R1173-R1174
Elemans CP, Rasmussen JH, Herbst CT, et al. (2015) Universal mechanisms of sound production and control in birds and mammals. Nature Communications. 6: 8978
Zollinger SA, Brumm H. (2015) Why birds sing loud songs and why they sometimes don't Animal Behaviour
Nemeth E, Pieretti N, Zollinger SA, et al. (2013) Bird song and anthropogenic noise: vocal constraints may explain why birds sing higher-frequency songs in cities. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 280: 20122798
Nemeth E, Zollinger SA. (2013) The application of signal transmission modelling in conservation biology: On the possible impact of a projected motorway on avian communication Avian Urban Ecology
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