Mark E. Hauber

Affiliations: 
Psychology Hunter College of the City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
auditory neuroethology
Website:
http://www.cowbird.org.nz
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Bio:

I'm a behavioral ecologist interested in the neural basis of species recognition mechanisms. I travelled from Hungary to Italy to the USA to New Zealand and now back to USA in search of the ideal model organisms.

Cross-listing: Neurotree - PsychTree

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Luis Ortiz-Catedral grad student Hunter College, CUNY
Dana Campbell grad student 2002-2005 University of Auckland (Neurotree)
Matthew J. Rayner grad student 2004-2008 University of Auckland (Neurotree)
Michael G. Anderson grad student 2005-2010 Massey University
Rebecca Croston grad student 2014 CUNY
Moises Rivera grad student 2015-2020 Hunter College, CUNY (Neurotree)

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Robert B. Payne collaborator Hunter College, CUNY
Sarah M. Woolley collaborator 2002-2005 UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
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Moskát C, Hauber ME. (2021) Male common cuckoos use a three-note variant of their "cu-coo" call for duetting with conspecific females. Behavioural Processes. 191: 104472
López AV, Bolmaro RE, Ávalos M, et al. (2021) How to build a puncture- and breakage-resistant eggshell? Mechanical and structural analyses of avian brood parasites and their hosts. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Hauber ME, Louder MI, Grifith S. (2021) Natural History of Model Organisms: Neurogenomic insights into the behavior and vocal development of the zebra finch. Elife. 10
Reiner Brodetzki T, Lotem A, Safran RJ, et al. (2021) Lack of subspecies-recognition in breeding Barn Swallows (Hirundo rustica transitiva). Behavioural Processes. 189: 104422
Clark DL, Hauber ME, Anderson PSL. (2021) Nest substrate and tool shape significantly affect the mechanics and energy requirements of avian eggshell puncture. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 224
Feng S, Stiller J, Deng Y, et al. (2021) Author Correction: Dense sampling of bird diversity increases power of comparative genomics. Nature
Ducay RL, Luro AB, Hansen ES, et al. (2021) Multicomponent shell traits are consistent with an individual recognition function of the appearance of common murre () eggs: A biological replication study. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 2402-2409
Scharf HM, Hauber ME, Mommer BC, et al. (2021) The effect of avian brood parasitism on physiological responses of host nestlings. Oecologia
Pollock HS, Hoover JP, Uy FMK, et al. (2021) Brood Parasites Are a Heterogeneous and Functionally Distinct Class of Natural Enemies. Trends in Parasitology
Clark DL, Hauber ME, Anderson PSL. (2021) Nest substrate and tool shape significantly affect the mechanics and energy requirements of avian eggshell puncture. The Journal of Experimental Biology
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