Signaling against the Wind: Modifying Motion-Signal Structure in Response to Increased Noise
Animal signals are optimized for particular signaling environments [1-3]. While signaling, senders often choose favorable conditions that ensure reliable detection and transmission [4-8], suggesting that they are sensitive to changes in signal efficacy. Recent evidence has also shown that animals will increase the amplitude or intensity of their acoustic signals at times of increased environmental noise [9-11]. The nature of these adjustments provides important insights into sensory processing....[Show more]
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