Paul S. Shamble
Paul S. Shamble
Neurotechnology Core, Kavli Institute for Neuroscience, Yale School of Medicine
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Diet influences mate choice selectivity in adult female wolf spiders
EA Hebets, J Wesson, PS Shamble
Animal Behaviour 76 (2), 355-363, 2008
Courtship effort is a better predictor of mating success than ornamentation for male wolf spiders
PS Shamble, DJ Wilgers, KA Swoboda, EA Hebets
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1242-1251, 2009
Airborne acoustic perception by a jumping spider
PS Shamble, G Menda, JR Golden, EI Nitzany, K Walden, T Beatus, ...
Current Biology 26 (21), 2913-2920, 2016
Visual Perception in the Brain of a Jumping Spider
G Menda, PS Shamble, EI Nitzany, JR Golden, RR Hoy
Current Biology, 2014
The long and short of hearing in the mosquito Aedes aegypti
G Menda, EI Nitzany, PS Shamble, A Wells, LC Harrington, RN Miles, ...
Current Biology 29 (4), 709-714. e4, 2019
Walking like an ant: a quantitative and experimental approach to understanding locomotor mimicry in the jumping spider Myrmarachne formicaria
PS Shamble, RR Hoy, I Cohen, T Beatus
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1858), 20170308, 2017
Regularly occurring bouts of retinal movements suggest an REM sleep–like state in jumping spiders
DC Rößler, K Kim, M De Agrò, A Jordan, CG Galizia, PS Shamble
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (33), e2204754119, 2022
Perception of biological motion by jumping spiders
M De Agrò, DC Rößler, K Kim, PS Shamble
PLoS biology 19 (7), e3001172, 2021
Limping following limb loss increases locomotor stability
S Wilshin, PS Shamble, KJ Hovey, R Harris, AJ Spence, ST Hsieh
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (18), jeb174268, 2018
Uncovering the structure of the mouse gait controller: Mice respond to substrate perturbations with adaptations in gait on a continuum between trot and bound
A Vahedipour, OH Maghsoudi, S Wilshin, P Shamble, B Robertson, ...
Journal of Biomechanics 78, 77-86, 2018
Static visual predator recognition in jumping spiders
DC Rößler, M De Agrò, K Kim, PS Shamble
Functional Ecology 36 (3), 561-571, 2022
A rodent paw tracker using support vector machine
OH Maghsoudi, AV Tabrizi, B Robertson, P Shamble, A Spence
2016 IEEE Signal Processing in Medicine and Biology Symposium (SPMB), 1-3, 2016
A novel automatic method to track the body and paws of running mice in high speed video
OH Maghsoudi, AV Tabrizi, B Robertson, P Shamble, A Spence
2015 IEEE signal processing in medicine and biology symposium (SPMB), 1-2, 2015
Rapid mid-jump production of high-performance silk by jumping spiders
A Chen, K Kim, PS Shamble
Current Biology 31 (21), R1422-R1423, 2021
Hanging by a thread: unusual nocturnal resting behaviour in a jumping spider
DC Rößler, M De Agrò, E Biundo, PS Shamble
Frontiers in Zoology 18 (1), 23, 2021
Neural computations combine low-and high-order motion cues similarly, in dragonfly and monkey
EI Nitzany, G Menda, PS Shamble, JR Golden, Q Hu, RR Hoy, JD Victor
bioRxiv, 240101, 2017
Evolutionary convergence in computation of local motion signals in monkey and dragonfly
EI Nitzany, G Menda, PS Shamble, JR Golden, RR Hoy, JD Victor
methods 155 (2), 207-216, 2014
Perception of biological motion in point-light displays by jumping spiders
M De Agrò, DC Rößler, K Kim, PS Shamble
bioRxiv, 2021.02. 24.432515, 2021
Terrestrial Locomotor Mimicry at the Kinematic Level: Does the ant-mimicking jumping spider Myrmarachne formicaria walk like an ant?
PS Shamble, T Beatus, I Cohen, R Hoy
Eye-specific detection and a multi-eye integration model of biological motion perception
M De Agrò, DC Rößler, PS Shamble
bioRxiv, 2023.09. 24.559175, 2023
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