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Journal Article (8)

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Carlson, N. V.; Greene, E.; Templeton, C. N.: Nuthatches vary their alarm calls based upon the source of the eavesdropped signals. Nature Communications 11, 526 (2020)
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Carlson, N. V.; Healy, S. D.; Templeton, C. N.: Wild fledgling tits do not mob in response to conspecific or heterospecific mobbing calls. Ibis 162 (3), pp. 1024 - 1032 (2020)
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Carlson, N. V.; Kelly, E. M.; Couzin, I. D.: Individual vocal recognition across taxa: a review of the literature and a look into the future. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 375 (1802), 20190479 (2020)
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Carlson, N. V.; Healy, S. D.; Templeton, C. N.: Mobbing. Current Biology 28 (18), pp. R1081 - R1082 (2018)
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Carlson, N. V.; Healy, S. D.; Templeton, C. N.: Hoo are you? Tits do not respond to novel predators as threats. Animal Behaviour 128, pp. 79 - 84 (2017)
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Carlson, N. V.; Healy, S. D.; Templeton, C. N.: A comparative study of how British tits encode predator threat in their mobbing calls. Animal Behaviour 125, pp. 77 - 92 (2017)
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Carlson, N. V.; Pargeter, H. M.; Templeton, C. N.: Sparrowhawk movement, calling, and presence of dead conspecifics differentially impact blue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus) vocal and behavioral mobbing responses. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71 (9), 133 (2017)
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Carlson, N. V.; Templeton, C. N.: It’s not all in the eyes. Biosphere 7, pp. 24 - 29 (2015)

Book Chapter (2)

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Templeton, C. N.; Carlson, N. V.: Communication networks. In: Encyclopedia of animal behavior, Vol. 1, 2 Ed., pp. 568 - 580 (Ed. Choe, J. C.). Elsevier, Academic Press, Oxford (2019)
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Carlson, N. V.: Crepuscular. In: Encyclopedia of animal cognition and behavior, pp. 1 - 4 (Eds. Vonk, J.; Shackelford, T.) (2018)
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