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Jan Clemens
European Neuroscience Institute
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Dynamic sensory cues shape song structure in Drosophila
P Coen, J Clemens, AJ Weinstein, DA Pacheco, Y Deng, M Murthy
Nature 507 (7491), 233-237, 2014
1332014
Sensorimotor Transformations Underlying Variability in Song Intensity during Drosophila Courtship
P Coen, M Xie, J Clemens, M Murthy
Neuron 89 (3), 629-644, 2016
782016
Connecting Neural Codes with Behavior in the Auditory System of Drosophila
J Clemens, CC Girardin, P Coen, XJ Guan, BJ Dickson, M Murthy
Neuron 87 (6), 1332-1343, 2015
662015
Discovery of a new song mode in Drosophila reveals hidden structure in the sensory and neural drivers of behavior
J Clemens, P Coen, FA Roemschied, TD Pereira, D Mazumder, ...
Current Biology 28 (15), 2400-2412. e6, 2018
552018
Efficient transformation of an auditory population code in a small sensory system
J Clemens, O Kutzki, B Ronacher, S Schreiber, S Wohlgemuth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (33), 13812-13817, 2011
512011
Time and timing in the acoustic recognition system of crickets
RM Hennig, KG Heller, J Clemens
Frontiers in physiology 5, 286, 2014
442014
Shared Song Detector Neurons in Drosophila Male and Female Brains Drive Sex-Specific Behaviors
D Deutsch, J Clemens, SY Thiberge, G Guan, M Murthy
Current Biology 29 (19), 3200-3215. e5, 2019
41*2019
Computational principles underlying the recognition of acoustic signals in insects
J Clemens, RM Hennig
Journal of computational neuroscience 35 (1), 75-85, 2013
382013
The neural basis for a persistent internal state in Drosophila females
D Deutsch, D Pacheco, L Encarnacion-Rivera, T Pereira, R Fathy, ...
Elife 9, e59502, 2020
342020
Nonlinear computations underlying temporal and population sparseness in the auditory system of the grasshopper
J Clemens, S Wohlgemuth, B Ronacher
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (29), 10053-10062, 2012
342012
Fast intensity adaptation enhances the encoding of sound in Drosophila
J Clemens, N Ozeri-Engelhard, M Murthy
Nature communications 9 (1), 134, 2018
312018
Acoustic duetting in Drosophila virilis relies on the integration of auditory and tactile signals
KM LaRue, J Clemens, GJ Berman, M Murthy
eLife 4, e07277, 2015
302015
Computational principles underlying recognition of acoustic signals in grasshoppers and crickets
B Ronacher, RM Hennig, J Clemens
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 201, 61-71, 2015
302015
Asymmetrical integration of sensory information during mating decisions in grasshoppers
J Clemens, S Krämer, B Ronacher
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (46), 16562-16567, 2014
242014
Feature extraction and integration underlying perceptual decision making during courtship behavior
J Clemens, B Ronacher
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (29), 12136-12145, 2013
242013
Firing-rate resonances in the peripheral auditory system of the cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus
F Rau, J Clemens, V Naumov, RM Hennig, S Schreiber
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 201, 1075-1090, 2015
212015
Acoustic pattern recognition and courtship songs: insights from insects
CA Baker, J Clemens, M Murthy
Annual review of neuroscience 42, 129-147, 2019
182019
Fast and accurate annotation of acoustic signals with deep neural networks
E Steinfath, A Palacios-Muñoz, JR Rottschäfer, D Yuezak, J Clemens
Elife 10, e68837, 2021
172021
Experimental and statistical reevaluation provides no evidence for Drosophila courtship song rhythms
DL Stern, J Clemens, P Coen, AJ Calhoun, JB Hogenesch, BJ Arthur, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (37), 9978-9983, 2017
142017
A small, computationally flexible network produces the phenotypic diversity of song recognition in crickets
J Clemens, S Schöneich, K Kostarakos, RM Hennig, B Hedwig
eLife 10, e61475, 2021
82021
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