This book highlights auditory communication in several species from four perspectives: actual sound communication, audio-vocal adaptations, adaptations of sound processing and representation in higher auditory brain centers, and emotional and cognitive adaptations in signaling and processing. It will appeal to auditory neurobiologists, speech, hearing and communication scientists, and neuroethologists.
About the Author
JAGMEET S. KANWAL is Associate Professor at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington.
GÜNTER EHRET is Professor of Neurobiology at the University of Ulm in Germany.