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Noise Matters: the Evolution of Communication
Harvard University Press 2015
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Wiley, R. H. 2017. How noise determines the evolution of communication. Animal Behaviour 124: 307-313.   [Summary]

Micancin, J. P., and R. H. Wiley. 2014. Allometric convergence, acoustic character displacement, and species recognition in the syntopic cricket frogs Acris crepitans and A. gryllus. Evolutionary Biology 41: 425-438. [Summary]

Wiley, R. H. 2014. Signal detection, noise, and the evolution of communication. In H. Brumm, editor. Animal communication and noise. Springer. Pp. 7-30.
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Wiley, R. H. 2013. Communication as a transfer of information: measurement, mechanism, and meaning. In U. Stegmann, editor. Animal communication theory: information and influence. Cambridge Univ. Press. Pp. 113-129.
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Wiley, R. H. 2013. Receiver-signaler equilibrium in the evolution of communication in noise.   Behaviour--Special Issue in Honor of R. H. Wiley (M. Naguib and J. Price, editors) 150: 957-993.
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Moseley, D. L., and R. H. Wiley. 2013. Individual differences in the vocalizations of the Buff-throated Woodcreeper (Xiphorhynchus guttatus), a suboscine bird of neotropical forests.   Behaviour 150: 1107-1128.
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Wiley, R. H. 2009. Trade-offs in the design of experiments.   Journal of Comparative Psychology 123: 447-449.
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Micancin, J. P., and J. T. Mette. 2009. Acoustic and morphological identification of the sympatric cricket frogs Acris crepitans and A. gryllus and the disappearance of A. gryllus near the edge of its range.   Zootaxa 2076: 1-36.
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Luther, D., and R. H. Wiley. 2009. Production and perception of communicatory signals in a noisy environment.   Biology Letters 5: 183-187.
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Wiley, R. H. 2009. Signal transmission in natural environments.   In Squire, L. R. (editor), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Volume 8, pp. 827-832. Elsevier, Oxford.
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Luther, D. 2008. Signaller:receiver coordination and the timing of communication in Amazonian birds. Biology Letters 4: 651-654.
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Wiley, R. H. 2006. Signal detection and animal communication. Advances in the Study of Behavior 36: 217-247.
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Wiley, R. H. 2006. Animal communication: signal detection. In Brown, K. (editor), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Second Edition. Vol. 1, pp. 288-290. Elsevier, Oxford.
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Wiley, R. H. 2005. Individuality in songs of Acadian flycatchers and recognition of neighbors. Animal Behaviour 70: 237-247.
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Mackin, W. A. 2005. Neighbor-stranger discrimination in Audubon's Shearwater (Puffinus l. lherminieri) explained by a "real enemy" effect. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59: 326-332.
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Wiley, R. H. 2003. Is there an ideal behavioural experiment? Animal Behaviour 66: 585-588.
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Hyman, J. 2003. Countersinging as a signal of aggression in a territorial songbird. Animal Behaviour 65: 1179-1185
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Wollerman, L., and R. H. Wiley. 2002. Possibilities for error during communication by Neotropical frogs in a complex acoustic environment. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52: 465-473.
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Wollerman, L., and R. H. Wiley. 2002. Background noise from a natural chorus alters female discrimination of male calls in a Neotropical frog. Animal Behaviour 63: 15-22.
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Hyman, J. 2002. Conditional strategies in territory defense: do Carolina wrens play tit-for-tat? Behavioral Ecology 13: 664-669.
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Naguib, M., and R. H. Wiley. 2001. Review: estimating the distance to a source of sound: mechanisms and adaptations for long-range communication. Animal Behaviour 62: 825-837.
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Wiley, R. H. 2000. Overview: a new sense of the complexities of bird song. Auk 117: 861-868.
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Price, J., and R. H. Wiley. 2000. Duets and drawls. Natural History 109 (March): 50-53.
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Price, J. J. 1999. Recognition of family-specific calls in stripe-backed wrens. Animal Behaviour 57: 483-492.
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Wollerman, L. 1999. Acoustic interference limits call detection in a Neotropical frog Hyla ebraccata. Animal Behaviour 57: 529-536.
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Wollerman, L. 1998. Stabilizing and directional preferences of female Hyla ebraccata for calls differing in static properties. Animal Behaviour 55: 1619-1630.
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Price, J. J. 1998. Family- and sex-specific vocal traditions in a cooperatively breeding songbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 265: 497-502.
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Wiley, R. H. 1998. Ranging reconsidered. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 42: 143-146. (Contribution to a Forum on Ranging)
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Naguib, M. 1997. Use of song amplitude for ranging in Carolina wrens (Thryothorus ludovicianus). Ethology 103: 723-731.
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Naguib, M. 1997. Ranging of songs in Carolina wrens: effects of familiarity with the song type on use of different cues. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 40: 385-393.
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Naguib, M. 1996. Ranging by song in Carolina wrens Thryothorus ludovicianus: effects of environmental acoustics and strength of song degradation. Behaviour 133: 541-559.
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Naguib, M. 1996. Auditory distance assessment in song birds: methodologies, implications and perspectives. Behavioural Processes 38: 163-168.
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Wiley, R. H., and R. Godard. 1996. Ranging of conspecific songs by Kentucky warblers and its implications for interactions of territorial males. Behaviour 133: 81-102.
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Godard, R., and R. H. Wiley. 1995. Individual recognition of song repertoires in two wood warblers. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 37: 119-123.
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Naguib, M. 1995. Auditory distance assessment in Carolina wrens Thryothorus ludovicianus: the role of reverberation and frequency-dependent attenuation. Animal Behaviour 50: 1297-1307.
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Wiley, R. H., R. Godard, and A. D. Thompson, Jr. 1994. Use of two singing modes by hooded warblers as adaptations for signalling. Behaviour 129: 243-278.
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Godard, R., and H. Wiley. 1994. "Dear enemy" notes. Why does the hooded warbler spend more than half of the morning singing? Natural History (May): 36-41.
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Wiley, R. H. 1994. Errors, exaggeration, and deception in animal communication. In L. Real (ed.), Behavioral mechanisms in ecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Chapter 7, pp. 157-189.
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Godard, R. 1994. Red-eyed vireos have difficulty recognizing individual neighbors' songs. Auk 110: 857-862.
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Godard, R. 1993. Tit for tat among neighboring hooded warblers. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33: 45-50.
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Wiley, R. H. 1991. Associations of song properties with habitats for territorial oscine birds of eastern North America. American Naturalist 38: 973-993.
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Godard, R. 1991. Long-term memory of individual neighbors in a migratory songbird. Nature (Lond.) 350: 228-229.
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Wiley, R. H., B. J. Hatchwell and N. B. Davies. 1991. Recognition of individual males' songs by female dunnocks: a mechanism increasing the number of copulatory partners and reproductive success. Ethology 88: 145-153.
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Whitehead, J. M. 1989. The effect of the location of a simulated intruder on responses to long-distance vocalizations of mantled howling monkeys, Alouatta palliata palliata. Behaviour 108: 73-103.
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Whitehead, J. M. 1987. Vocally mediated reciprocity between groups of mantled howling monkeys, Alouatta palliata palliata. Animal Behaviour 35: 1615-1627.
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Simpson, B. S. 1985. Effects of location in territory and distance from neighbors on the use of song repertoires by Carolina wrens. Animal Behaviour 33: 793-804.
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Simpson, B. S. 1984. Tests of habituation to song repertoires by Carolina wrens. Auk 101: 244-254.
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Schroeder, D. J., and R. H. Wiley. 1983. Communication with repertoires of song themes in tufted titmice. Animal Behaviour 31: 1128-1138.
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Schroeder, D. J., and R. H. Wiley. 1983. Communication with shared song themes in tufted titmice. Auk 100: 414-424.
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Wiley, R. H. 1983. The evolution of communication: information and manipulation. In T. R. Halliday and P. J. B. Slater (eds.), Animal Behaviour, Vol. 2, Communication. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford. Pp. 156-189.
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Wiley, R. H., and D. G. Richards. 1982. Adaptations for acoustic communication in birds: sound propagation and signal detection. In D. E. Kroodsma and E. H. Miller (eds.), Acoustic Communication in Birds, Vol. 1. Academic Press, New York. Pp. 131-181.
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Richards, D. G. 1981. Alerting and message components in songs of rufous-sided towhees. Behaviour 76: 223-249.
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Richards, D. G. 1981. Estimation of distance of singing conspecifics by the Carolina wren. Auk 98: 127-133.
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Robinson, J. G. 1981. The use of sound playback to determine the behavioral mechanisms regulating boundary encounters in the titi monkey. In D. Fragazsy and J. Vogt (eds.) Laboratory and Field Approaches to Social Behavior in New World Primates. Karger, Basel.

Robinson, J. G. 1981. Vocal regulation of inter- and intragroup spacing during boundary encounters in the titi monkey Callicebus moloch. Primates 22: 161-172.
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Richards, D. G., and R. H. Wiley. 1980. Reverberations and amplitude fluctuations in the propagation of sound in a forest: implications for animal communication. American Naturalist 115: 381-399.
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Moseley, L. J. 1979. Individual auditory recognition in the least tern (Sterna albifrons). Auk 96: 31-39.
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Richards, D. G. 1979. Recognition of neighbors by associative learning in rufous-sided towhees. Auk 96: 688-693.
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Robinson, J. G. 1979. An analysis of the organization of vocal communication in the titi monkey Callicebus moloch. Zeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie 49: 381-405.
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Robinson, J. G. 1979. Vocal regulation of use of space by groups of titi monkeys Callicebus moloch. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 5: 1-15.
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Wiley, R. H., and D. G. Richards. 1978. Physical constraints on acoustic communication in the atmosphere: implications for the evolution of animal vocalizations. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 3: 69-94.
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Wiley, R. H., and M. S. Wiley. 1977. Recognition of neighbors' duets by stripe-backed wrens Campylorhynchus nuchalis. Behaviour 62: 10-34.
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Wiley, R. H. 1976. Communication and spatial relationships in a colony of common grackles. Animal Behaviour 24: 570-584.
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Wiley, R. H. 1975. Multidimensional variation in an avian display: implications for social communication. Science 190: 482-483.
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Wiley, R. H. 1971. Song groups in a singing assembly of little hermits. Condor 73: 28-35.
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