Jagmeet S. Kanwal, Ph.D.
|Neurology||Georgetown University, Washington, DC|
Area:audiovocal communication, neuroethology
Google:"auditory cortex, amygdala, affect, decision making, communication, bats"
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|Huang X, Kanwal JS, Jiang T, et al. (2015) Situational and Age-Dependent Decision Making during Life Threatening Distress in Myotis macrodactylus. Plos One. 10: e0132817|
|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|
|Lin A, Jiang T, Kanwal JS, et al. (2015) Geographical variation in echolocation vocalizations of the Himalayan leaf-nosed bat: Contribution of morphological variation and cultural drift Oikos. 124: 364-371|
|Ullrich L, Dumanis SB, Evans TM, et al. (2014) From student to steward: the Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience at Georgetown University as a case study in professional development during doctoral training. Medical Education Online. 19: 22623|
|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|
|Noto CT, Mahzar S, Gnadt J, et al. (2013) A flexible user-interface for audiovisual presentation and interactive control in neurobehavioral experiments. F1000research. 2: 20|
|Gnadt JW, Noto CT, Kanwal JS. (2013) Tectal etiology for irrepressible saccades: a case study in a Rhesus monkey. F1000research. 2: 85|
|Kanwal JS, Zhang Z, Feng J. (2013) Decision-making and socioemotional vocal behavior in bats Bat Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation. 243-270|
|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|