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Jagmeet S. Kanwal, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Neurology Georgetown University, Washington, DC 
Area:
audiovocal communication, neuroethology
Website:
https://neurology.georgetown.edu/faculty/kanwal
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"auditory cortex, amygdala, affect, decision making, communication, bats"
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John Caprio grad student 1980-1985 LSU
Thomas E. Finger post-doc 1985-1990 University of Colorado, Denver
Nobuo Suga research scientist 1990-1995 Washington University
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Jiang T, Guo X, Lin A, et al. (2019) Bats increase vocal amplitude and decrease vocal complexity to mitigate noise interference during social communication. Animal Cognition
Sun C, Jiang T, Kanwal JS, et al. (2018) Great Himalayan leaf-nosed bats modify vocalizations to communicate threat escalation during agonistic interactions. Behavioural Processes
Washington SD, Hamaide J, Jeurissen B, et al. (2018) A three-dimensional digital neurological atlas of the mustached bat (Pteronotus parnellii). Neuroimage
Lin A, Jiang T, Feng J, et al. (2016) Acoustically diverse vocalization repertoire in the Himalayan leaf-nosed bat, a widely distributed Hipposideros species. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 140: 3765
Jiang T, Long Z, Ran X, et al. (2016) Using sounds for making decisions: greater tube-nosed bats prefer antagonistic calls over noncommunicative sounds when feeding. Biology Open
Lin HJ, Kanwal JS, Jiang TL, et al. (2015) Social and vocal behavior in adult greater tube-nosed bats (Murina leucogaster). Zoology (Jena, Germany). 118: 192-202
Ma J, Kanwal JS. (2014) Stimulation of the basal and central amygdala in the mustached bat triggers echolocation and agonistic vocalizations within multimodal output. Frontiers in Physiology. 5: 55
Clement MJ, Kanwal JS. (2012) Simple syllabic calls accompany discrete behavior patterns in captive Pteronotus parnellii: An illustration of the motivation-structure hypothesis The Scientific World Journal. 2012
Washington SD, Kanwal JS. (2012) Sex-dependent hemispheric asymmetries for processing frequency-modulated sounds in the primary auditory cortex of the mustached bat. Journal of Neurophysiology. 108: 1548-66
Kanwal JS. (2012) Right-left asymmetry in the cortical processing of sounds for social communication vs. navigation in mustached bats European Journal of Neuroscience. 35: 257-270
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