Michaela Warnecke
Michaela Warnecke
Research Associate in the Binaural Hearing and Speech Lab, UW-Madison
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Dynamic echo information guides flight in the big brown bat
M Warnecke, WJ Lee, A Krishnan, CF Moss
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 10, 81, 2016
142016
Active listening in a bat cocktail party: adaptive echolocation and flight behaviors of big brown bats, Eptesicus fuscus, foraging in a cluttered acoustic environment
M Warnecke, C Chiu, J Engelberg, CF Moss
Brain, behavior and evolution 86 (1), 6-16, 2015
132015
Spatial release from simultaneous echo masking in bat sonar
M Warnecke, ME Bates, V Flores, JA Simmons
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (5), 3077-3085, 2014
132014
Broadband noise exposure does not affect hearing sensitivity in big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus)
AM Simmons, KN Hom, M Warnecke, JA Simmons
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (7), 1031-1040, 2016
112016
Echo interval and not echo intensity drives bat flight behavior in structured corridors
M Warnecke, S Macías, B Falk, CF Moss
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (24), 2018
62018
High resolution acoustic measurement system and beam pattern reconstruction method for bat echolocation emissions
JE Gaudette, LN Kloepper, M Warnecke, JA Simmons
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (1), 513-520, 2014
62014
Echolocation and flight behavior of the bat Hipposideros armiger terasensis in a structured corridor
M Warnecke, B Falk, CF Moss
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 144 (2), 806-813, 2018
42018
Biosonar inspired signal processing and acoustic imaging from echolocating bats
JA Simmons, JE Gaudette, M Warnecke, A Balleri, H Griffiths, C Baker
Biologically Inspired Radar and Sonar: Lessons from Nature, 2017
32017
Flow sensing in developing Xenopus laevis is disrupted by visual cues and ototoxin exposure
AM Simmons, M Warnecke, TT Vu, ATS Smith
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 201 (2), 215-233, 2015
32015
Target shape perception and clutter rejection use the same mechanism in bat sonar
M Warnecke, JA Simmons
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 202 (5), 371-379, 2016
22016
Navigating the world using echo flow patterns
M Warnecke, CF Moss
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (4), 2202-2202, 2015
12015
Noise induced threshold shifts after noise exposure: Are bats special?
A Simmons, M Warnecke, K Hom, J Simmons
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (4), 2251-2251, 2015
12015
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KC Catania, EH Catania, CF Moss, M Warnecke, C Chiu, J Engelberg, ...
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 86 (1), 1-4, 2015
12015
Echolocating bats face a cocktail party nightmare when they fly together in cluttered environments
CF Moss, C Cechetto, M Warnecke, C Chiu, W Xian, B Falk
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (4), 2150-2151, 2014
12014
Understanding auditory motion perception: the role of temporal fine structure and envelope cues
M Warnecke, RY Litovsky
In: Proceedings of the 23rd International Congress on Acoustics …, 2019
2019
Adaptations to changes in the acoustic scene of the echolocating bat
M Warnecke
Johns Hopkins University, 2018
2018
Do echo flow patterns guide flight behavior of the big brown bat?
M Warnecke, CF Moss
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 (4), 2974-2974, 2016
2016
Neural representation of sonar emissions and echoes in the auditory midbrain of the echolocating bat, Eptesicus fuscus
M Warnecke, BC Casper, AM Simmons, JA Simmons
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 (4), 2948-2948, 2016
2016
Foraging among acoustic clutter and competition: Vocal behavior of paired big brown bats
M Warnecke, C Chiu, W Xian, C Cechetto, CF Moss
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (4), 2185-2185, 2014
2014
Biosonar auditory model for target shape perception and clutter rejection
JA Simmons, M Warnecke, JE Gaudette
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (4), 2174-2174, 2014
2014
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