Nicole Geberzahn
Nicole Geberzahn
Maîtresse de conferences, HDR, Université Paris Nanterre
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Bird song and anthropogenic noise: vocal constraints may explain why birds sing higher-frequency songs in cities
E Nemeth, N Pieretti, SA Zollinger, N Geberzahn, J Partecke, AC Miranda, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1754), 20122798, 2013
Honey bees transfer olfactory memories established during flower visits to a proboscis extension paradigm in the laboratory
B Gerber, N Geberzahn, F Hellstern, J Klein, O Kowalksy, D Wüstenberg, ...
Animal Behaviour 52 (6), 1079-1085, 1996
Females alter their song when challenged in a sex-role reversed bird species
N Geberzahn, W Goymann, C Muck, C Ten Cate
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 64, 193-204, 2009
Age-dependent effects of song exposure: song crystallization sets a boundary between fast and delayed vocal imitation
D Todt, N Geberzahn
Animal Behaviour 65 (5), 971-979, 2003
An experimental test of condition-dependent male and female mate choice in zebra finches
MJ Holveck, N Geberzahn, K Riebel
PLoS One 6 (8), e23974, 2011
The role of hierarchy levels in vocal imitations of songbirds
D Todt, J Cirillo, N Geberzahn, F Schleuss
Cybernetics & Systems 32 (1-2), 257-283, 2001
Latent song type memories are accessible through auditory stimulation in a hand-reared songbird
N Geberzahn, H Hultsch, D Todt
Animal Behaviour 64 (5), 783-790, 2002
Long–time storage of song types in birds: evidence from interactive playbacks
N Geberzahn, H Hultsch
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
Assessing vocal performance in complex birdsong: a novel approach
N Geberzahn, T Aubin
BMC biology 12, 1-9, 2014
How a songbird with a continuous singing style modulates its song when territorially challenged
N Geberzahn, T Aubin
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68, 1-12, 2014
Threat signaling in female song—evidence from playbacks in a sex-role reversed bird species
N Geberzahn, W Goymann, C ten Cate
Behavioral Ecology 21 (6), 1147-1155, 2010
Undirected (solitary) birdsong in female and male blue-capped cordon-bleus (Uraeginthus cyanocephalus) and its endocrine correlates
N Geberzahn, M Gahr
PLoS One 6 (10), e26485, 2011
Traffic noise disrupts vocal development and suppresses immune function
H Brumm, W Goymann, S Derégnaucourt, N Geberzahn, SA Zollinger
Science Advances 7 (20), eabe2405, 2021
Individual vocal recognition in zebra finches relies on song syllable structure rather than song syllable order
N Geberzahn, S Derégnaucourt
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (9), jeb220087, 2020
Rules of song development and their use in vocal interactions by birds with large repertoires
N Geberzahn, H Hultsch
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Cięncias 76, 209-218, 2004
Mismatch in sexual dimorphism of developing song and song control system in blue-capped cordon-bleus, a songbird species with singing females and males
M Lobato, M Vellema, C Gahr, A Leităo, SMA De Lima, N Geberzahn, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 117, 2015
Song learning in male and female Uraeginthus cyanocephalus, a tropical songbird species.
N Geberzahn, M Gahr
Journal of Comparative Psychology 127 (4), 352, 2013
Effects of behavioural time budgets and nest-building efficiency on male reproductive performance in red bishops (Euplectes orix)
M Metz, N Geberzahn, LH Hansen, GM Klump, TWP Friedl
Journal of ornithology 148, 145-155, 2007
Singing behind the stage: thrush nightingales produce more variable songs on their wintering grounds
A Souriau, N Geberzahn, VV Ivanitskii, IM Marova, J Vokurková, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73 (11), 150, 2019
Memory-dependent adjustment of vocal response latencies in a territorial songbird
N Geberzahn, H Hultsch, D Todt
Journal of Physiology-Paris 107 (3), 203-209, 2013
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