Nicolas Mathevon
Nicolas Mathevon
Professor, Animal behavior, Université de Lyon/Saint-Etienne, Institut universitaire de France
Verified email at univ-st-etienne.fr
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Audience drives male songbird response to partner's voice
C Vignal, N Mathevon, S Mottin
Nature 430 (6998), 448-451, 2004
2122004
How does a fur seal mother recognize the voice of her pup? An experimental study of Arctocephalus tropicalis
I Charrier, N Mathevon, P Jouventin
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (5), 603-612, 2002
1412002
Mother's voice recognition by seal pups
I Charrier, N Mathevon, P Jouventin
Nature 412 (6850), 873-873, 2001
1382001
Acoustic communication in crocodilians: from behaviour to brain
AL Vergne, MB Pritz, N Mathevon
Biological Reviews 84 (3), 391-411, 2009
1152009
Vocal communication at the nest between mates in wild zebra finches: a private vocal duet?
JE Elie, MM Mariette, HA Soula, SC Griffith, N Mathevon, C Vignal
Animal behaviour 80 (4), 597-605, 2010
1122010
Vocal signature recognition of mothers by fur seal pups
I Charrier, N Mathevon, P Jouventin
Animal Behaviour 65 (3), 543-550, 2003
1122003
Mate recognition by female zebra finch: analysis of individuality in male call and first investigations on female decoding process
C Vignal, N Mathevon, S Mottin
Behavioural processes 77 (2), 191-198, 2008
992008
Song degradation during propagation: importance of song post for the wren Troglodytes troglodytes
N Mathevon, T Aubin, T Dabelsteen
Ethology 102 (3), 397-412, 1996
971996
Acoustic communication in a black‐headed gull colony: how do chicks identify their parents?
I Charrier, N Mathevon, P Jouventin, T Aubin
Ethology 107 (11), 961-974, 2001
912001
Crocodile egg sounds signal hatching time
AL Vergne, N Mathevon
Current Biology 18 (12), R513-R514, 2008
902008
What the hyena's laugh tells: Sex, age, dominance and individual signature in the giggling call of Crocuta crocuta
N Mathevon, A Koralek, M Weldele, SE Glickman, FE Theunissen
BMC ecology 10 (1), 1-16, 2010
832010
Individual acoustic monitoring of the European Eagle Owl Bubo bubo
T Grava, N Mathevon, E Place, P Balluet
Ibis 150 (2), 279-287, 2008
822008
Individual identity coding depends on call type in the South Polar skua Catharacta maccormicki
I Charrier, P Jouventin, N Mathevon, T Aubin
Polar Biology 24 (5), 378-382, 2001
812001
The acoustic expression of stress in a songbird: does corticosterone drive isolation-induced modifications of zebra finch calls?
EC Perez, JE Elie, CO Soulage, HA Soula, N Mathevon, C Vignal
Hormones and behavior 61 (4), 573-581, 2012
802012
Potential for individual recognition in acoustic signals: a comparative study of two gulls with different nesting patterns
N Mathevon, I Charrier, P Jouventin
Comptes Rendus Biologies 326 (3), 329-337, 2003
742003
Singing in the rain forest: how a tropical bird song transfers information
N Mathevon, T Aubin, J Vielliard, ML da Silva, F Sebe, D Boscolo
PLoS One 3 (2), e1580, 2008
722008
Why do songbirds sing intensively at dawn?
T Dabelsteen, N Mathevon
Acta ethologica 4 (2), 65-72, 2002
712002
Morphological versus acoustic analysis: what is the most efficient method for sexing yelkouan shearwaters Puffinus yelkouan?
K Bourgeois, C Curé, J Legrand, E Gomez-Diaz, E Vidal, T Aubin, ...
Journal of Ornithology 148 (3), 261-269, 2007
612007
How a simple and stereotyped acoustic signal transmits individual information: the song of the White-browed Warbler Basileuterus leucoblepharus
T Aubin, N Mathevon, ML Silva, JME Vielliard, F Sebe
Anais da Academia brasileira de Ciencias 76 (2), 335-344, 2004
592004
Social context modulates behavioural and brain immediate early gene responses to sound in male songbird
C Vignal, J Andru, N Mathevon
European Journal of Neuroscience 22 (4), 949-955, 2005
582005
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