Yezhong Tang, Ph.D.

Chengdu Institute of Biology 
reptilian auditory system
"Yezhong Tang"
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Shen D, Fang K, Fan Y, et al. (2020) Sex differences in vocalization are reflected by event-related potential components in the music frog. Animal Cognition
Zhao L, Zhu B, Wang J, et al. (2018) Correction to: Sometimes noise is beneficial: stream noise informs vocal communication in the little torrent frog . Journal of Ethology. 36: 217
Zhao L, Sun X, Chen Q, et al. (2018) Males increase call frequency, not intensity, in response to noise, revealing no Lombard effect in the little torrent frog. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 11733-11741
Fan Y, Yue X, Xue F, et al. (2018) Auditory perception exhibits sexual dimorphism and left telencephalic dominance in . Biology Open. 7
Yang P, Xue F, Cui J, et al. (2018) Auditory sensitivity exhibits sexual dimorphism and seasonal plasticity in music frogs. Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology
Xue F, Yue X, Fan Y, et al. (2018) Auditory neural networks for attention prefer biologically significant sounds and exhibit sexual dimorphism in anurans. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Zhao L, Zhu B, Wang J, et al. (2017) Sometimes noise is beneficial: stream noise informs vocal communication in the little torrent frog Amolops torrentis. Journal of Ethology. 35: 259-267
Zhu B, Wang J, Sun Z, et al. (2017) Competitive pressures affect sexual signal complexity in Kurixalus odontotarsus: insights into the evolution of compound calls. Biology Open
Zhu B, Wang J, Zhao L, et al. (2017) Male-male competition and female choice are differentially affected by male call acoustics in the serrate-legged small treefrog, Kurixalus odontotarsus. Peerj. 5: e3980
Chen J, Jono T, Cui J, et al. (2017) Correction: The Acoustic Properties of Low Intensity Vocalizations Match Hearing Sensitivity in the Webbed-Toed Gecko, Gekko subpalmatus. Plos One. 12: e0170831
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