Interviews & Features    

· Einleitung
· Interaktionen zwischen Tieren
· Das Untersuchungs- `objekt´
· Die Fragestellungen
· Die Forschungs- methoden
· Experiment I
· Experiment II
· Experiment III
· Die Arbeitsgruppe
Weiterfuehrende Literatur
· Feedback

Naguib, M. & Todt, D. (1997): Effects of dyadic vocal interaction on additional conspecific receivers in nightingales. Anim. Behav. 54: 1535-1543.

Naguib, M., Fichtel, C. & Todt, D. (1999): Nightingales respond more strongly to vocal leaders in simulated dyadic interactions. Proc. Royal Soc. Lond. B 265: 537-542.

Naguib, M. (1999): Effects of song overlapping and alternating on nocturnally singing nightingales Anim. Behav. 58: 1061-1067.

Todt, D. & Naguib, M. (2000): Vocal interactions in birds: the use of song as a model in communication. Advan. Study Behav. 29, 247-295.

Naguib, M., Altenkamp, R. & Griessmann, B. (2001): Nightingales in space: song and extra-territorial forays of radio tagged song birds. J. Ornithol. 142, 306-312.

Amrhein, V., Korner, P., Naguib, M. (2002): Nocturnal and diurnal song in the nightingale: correlations with mating status and breeding cycle. Anim Behav. 64, 939-944.

Amrhein, V., Kunc, H. P. & Naguib, M. (2004): Seasonal patterns of singing activity vary with time of day in the nightingale. Auk, in press.