Toshitaka N Suzuki
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Experimental evidence for compositional syntax in bird calls
TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft, M Griesser
Nature Communications 7, 10986, 2016
Communication about predator type by a bird using discrete, graded and combinatorial variation in alarm calls
TN Suzuki
Animal Behaviour 87, 59-65, 2014
Parental alarm calls warn nestlings about different predatory threats
TN Suzuki
Current Biology 21 (1), R15-R16, 2011
Referential mobbing calls elicit different predator-searching behaviours in Japanese great tits
TN Suzuki
Animal Behaviour 84 (1), 53-57, 2012
Semantic communication in birds: evidence from field research over the past two decades
TN Suzuki
Ecological Research 31 (3), 307-319, 2016
Cross-cultural variation in women's preferences for cues to sex-and stress-hormones in the male face
FR Moore, V Coetzee, J Contreras-Garduño, LM Debruine, K Kleisner, ...
Biology Letters 9 (3), 20130050, 2013
Wild birds use an ordering rule to decode novel call sequences
TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft, M Griesser
Current Biology 27, 2331-2336, 2017
Mass‐based condition measures and their relationship with fitness: in what condition is condition?
CA Barnett, TN Suzuki, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
Journal of Zoology 296 (1), 1-5, 2015
Assessment of predation risk through referential communication in incubating birds
TN Suzuki
Scientific Reports 5, 10239, 2015
Long‐distance calling by the willow tit, Poecile montanus, facilitates formation of mixed‐species foraging flocks
TN Suzuki
Ethology 118 (1), 10-16, 2012
Naive juveniles are more likely to become breeders after witnessing predator mobbing
M Griesser, TN Suzuki
The American Naturalist 189 (1), 58-66, 2017
Call combinations in birds and the evolution of compositional syntax
TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft, M Griesser
PLoS Biology 16 (8), e2006532, 2018
Referential calls coordinate multi-species mobbing in a forest bird community
TN Suzuki
Journal of Ethology 34 (1), 79-84, 2016
Alarm calls evoke a visual search image of a predator in birds
TN Suzuki
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (7), 1541-1545, 2018
Mobbing calls of Japanese tits signal predator type: field observations of natural predator encounters
TN Suzuki, K Ueda
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125 (2), 412-415, 2013
Syntactic rules in avian vocal sequences as a window into the evolution of compositionality
TN Suzuki, M Griesser, D Wheatcroft
Animal Behaviour 151, 267-274, 2019
Bent posture improves the protective value of bird dropping masquerading by caterpillars
TN Suzuki, R Sakurai
Animal Behaviour 105, 79-84, 2015
Foraging intention affects whether willow tits call to attract members of mixed-species flocks
TN Suzuki, N Kutsukake
Royal Society Open Science 4 (6), 170222, 2017
Kinship modulates the attention of naïve individuals to the mobbing behaviour of role models
M Griesser, TN Suzuki
Animal Behaviour 112, 83-91, 2016
The syntax–semantics interface in animal vocal communication
TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft, M Griesser
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1789), 20180405, 2019
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