Schuster, S., Zollinger, S.A., Lesku, J.A. & Brumm, H. On the evolution of noise-dependent vocal plasticity in birds. Biology Letters (in press)

Zollinger S.A., J. Podos, E. Nemeth, F. Goller and H. Brumm.  On the relationship between, and proper measurement of, amplitude and frequency in bird song. Animal Behaviour (in press)

Nemeth, E., Zollinger, S. A. & Brumm, H (2012) Effect sizes and the integrative understanding of urban bird song. American Naturalist 180: 146-152. [pdf]

Brumm, H. and Zollinger, S.A. 2011. The evolution of the Lombard effect: 100 years of psychoacoustic research. Behaviour 148:1173-1198. [pdf]

Zollinger, S. A. and H. Brumm. 2011. The Lombard Effect. Current Biology.  21(16):  R614-R615 [pdf]

Zollinger, S.A., F. Goller and H. Brumm. 2011. Metabolic and Respiratory Costs of Increasing Song Amplitude in Zebra Finches. PLoS ONE 6(9):e23198. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0023198

Brumm, H., S. A. Zollinger and P. J. B. Slater. 2009. Developmental stress affects song learning but not song complexity and vocal amplitude in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 63:1387-1395 [pdf]

Suthers, R. A. and S. A. Zollinger. 2008. Mechanisms of Song Production in Songbirds. In: Neuroscience of Birdsong. H.P. Zeigler and P. Marler, Eds. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 78-98. [link]

Zollinger, S. A., T. Riede and R. A. Suthers. 2008. Two-voice complexity from a single side of the syrinx in northern mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos) vocalizations. Journal of Experimental Biology 211(12): 1978-1991. [pdf]

Suthers, R. A. and S. A. Zollinger. 2004. Producing song: The vocal apparatus. In: Behavioral Neurobiology of Bird Song. H.P.Zeigler and P. Marler, Eds. Annals New York Academy of Sciences. 1016:109-129.[pdf]

Zollinger, S.A. and R. A. Suthers. 2003. Motor mechanisms of a vocal mimic: Implications for birdsong production. Proceedings of the Royal Society London, B. 271(1538): 483-491.[pdf]

Other Publications

Zollinger, S. A., 2011. Environmental and Ecological Physiology of Birds: Book Review. Emu 111 , 281–282.