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Cynthia F. Moss

Affiliations: 
University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
Auditory system, neuroethology
Website:
http://www.bsos.umd.edu/psyc/batlab/index.html
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Wijesinghe LP, Wohlgemuth MJ, So RHY, et al. (2021) Active head rolls enhance sonar-based auditory localization performance. Plos Computational Biology. 17: e1008973
Park S, Salles A, Allen K, et al. (2021) Natural statistics as inference principles of auditory tuning in biological and artificial midbrain networks. Eneuro
Jones TK, Moss CF. (2021) Visual cues enhance obstacle avoidance in echolocating bats. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 224
Jones TK, Moss CF. (2021) Visual cues enhance obstacle avoidance in echolocating bats. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Salles A, Diebold CA, Moss CF. (2020) Echolocating bats accumulate information from acoustic snapshots to predict auditory object motion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Diebold CA, Salles A, Moss CF. (2020) Adaptive Echolocation and Flight Behaviors in Bats Can Inspire Technology Innovations for Sonar Tracking and Interception. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 20
Salles A, Park S, Sundar H, et al. (2020) Neural response selectivity to natural sounds in the bat midbrain. Neuroscience
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
Moss CF, Simmons AM. (2019) Introduction to the special issue on neuroethology. Behavioral Neuroscience. 133: 265-266
Salles A, Bohn KM, Moss CF. (2019) Auditory communication processing in bats: What we know and where to go. Behavioral Neuroscience
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