Ronald R. Hoy

Affiliations: 
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
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Auditory system
Website:
http://hoylab.cornell.edu/
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Laurel J. Gabard-Durnam research assistant
Cynthia Sims Parr research assistant 1984-1985 Cornell (Evolution Tree)
James Alan Murray research assistant 1987-1988 Cornell
Claudia Lutz research assistant 2004-2006 UIUC
L. Samantha S. Zhang research assistant 2005-2007 Cornell
Paul A. Faure grad student Cornell
Gil Menda grad student Cornell
David Yager grad student Cornell
Thomas G Nolen grad student 1978-1984 Cornell
Sarah L. Pallas grad student 1980-1984 Cornell
Robert A. Wyttenbach grad student 1986-1995 Cornell
Michael  L. Oshinsky grad student 1992-1998 Cornell
Hamilton E. Farris grad student 2000 Cornell
Damian Octavio Elias grad student 2006 Cornell
C. Dustin Rubinstein grad student 2002-2009 Cornell
Paul Shamble grad student 2010-2016 Cornell
Hadley W. Horch post-doc Cornell
Jacob L. Krans post-doc Cornell
Andrew Corey Mason post-doc Cornell
Gerald S. Pollack post-doc Cornell
Daniel Robert post-doc University of Bristol
Ben J. Arthur post-doc 2002- Cornell
Richard Gerald Harrison post-doc 1977 Cornell (Marine Ecology Tree)
Eileen A. Hebets post-doc 2002-2004 Cornell (Animal Behavior Tree)
Merri J. Rosen post-doc 2003-2006 Cornell
John Morgan Ratcliffe post-doc 2005-2007 Cornell
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Bruce M, Daye D, Long SM, et al. (2021) Attention and distraction in the modular visual system of a jumping spider. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 224
Bruce M, Daye D, Long SM, et al. (2021) Attention and distraction in the modular visual system of a jumping spider. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Stafstrom JA, Menda G, Nitzany EI, et al. (2020) Ogre-Faced, Net-Casting Spiders Use Auditory Cues to Detect Airborne Prey. Current Biology : Cb
Menda G, Nitzany EI, Shamble PS, et al. (2019) The Long and Short of Hearing in the Mosquito Aedes aegypti. Current Biology : Cb
Wyttenbach RA, Johnson BR, Hoy RR. (2018) Reducing the Cost of Electrophysiology in the Teaching Laboratory. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education : June : a Publication of Fun, Faculty For Undergraduate Neuroscience. 16: A277-A281
Shamble PS, Hoy RR, Cohen I, et al. (2017) Walking like an ant: a quantitative and experimental approach to understanding locomotor mimicry in the jumping spider Myrmarachne formicaria. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Shamble PS, Menda G, Golden JR, et al. (2016) Airborne Acoustic Perception by a Jumping Spider. Current Biology : Cb
Hoy RR. (2014) Ronald R. Hoy. Current Biology : Cb. 24: R1028-9
Menda G, Shamble PS, Nitzany EI, et al. (2014) Visual perception in the brain of a jumping spider. Current Biology : Cb. 24: 2580-5
Arthur BJ, Emr KS, Wyttenbach RA, et al. (2014) Mosquito (Aedes aegypti) flight tones: frequency, harmonicity, spherical spreading, and phase relationships. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 135: 933-41
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