Stefan Schöneich
Stefan Schöneich
Institut für Zoologie und Evolutionsforschung, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
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An auditory feature detection circuit for sound pattern recognition
S Schöneich, K Kostarakos, B Hedwig
Science Advances 1 (8), e1500325, 2015
Evolution of a communication system by sensory exploitation of startle behavior
HM ter Hofstede, S Schöneich, T Robillard, B Hedwig
Current Biology 25 (24), 3245-3252, 2015
The cricket as a model organism
HW Horch, T Mito, A Popadic, H Ohuchi, S Noji
Springer, Tokyo 376, 1-376, 2017
Hyperacute directional hearing and phonotactic steering in the cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus deGeer)
S Schöneich, B Hedwig
PLoS One 5 (12), e15141, 2010
Cellular basis for singing motor pattern generation in the field cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus DeGeer)
S Schöneich, B Hedwig
Brain and behavior 2 (6), 707-725, 2012
Neuronal organization of a fast‐mediating cephalothoracic pathway for antennal‐tactile information in the cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus DeGeer)
S Schöneich, K Schildberger, PA Stevenson
Journal of Comparative Neurology 519 (9), 1677-1690, 2011
Neural basis of singing in crickets: central pattern generation in abdominal ganglia
S Schöneich, B Hedwig
Naturwissenschaften 98 (12), 1069-1073, 2011
Gating of acoustic transducer channels is shaped by biomechanical filter processes
J Hummel, S Schöneich, M Kössl, J Scherberich, B Hedwig, S Prinz, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (8), 2377-2382, 2016
Neuroethology of acoustic communication in field crickets-from signal generation to song recognition in an insect brain
S Schöneich
Progress in Neurobiology 194, 101882, 2020
Functional basis of the sexual dimorphism in the auditory fovea of the duetting bushcricket Ancylecha fenestrata
J Scherberich, J Hummel, S Schöneich, M Nowotny
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1865), 20171426, 2017
Female perception of copulatory courtship by male titillators in a bushcricket
NC Wulff, S Schöneich, GUC Lehmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1884), 20181235, 2018
Neurons and networks underlying singing behaviour
S Schöneich, B Hedwig
The Cricket as a Model Organism, 141-153, 2017
Corollary discharge inhibition of wind-sensitive cercal giant interneurons in the singing field cricket
S Schöneich, B Hedwig
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (1), 390-399, 2015
Auditory fovea in the ear of a duetting katydid shows male-specific adaptation to the female call
J Scherberich, J Hummel, S Schöneich, M Nowotny
Current Biology 26 (23), R1222-R1223, 2016
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
Feedforward discharges couple the singing central pattern generator and ventilation central pattern generator in the cricket abdominal central nervous system
S Schöneich, B Hedwig
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 205 (6), 881-895, 2019
Inter-individual differences of calling and exploratory behaviour in a lebinthine cricket species hint at different mate-finding strategies
MK Tan, S Schöneich, T Robillard
Behaviour 1 (aop), 1-27, 2021
Charakterisierung und Identifizierung der plurisegmental deszendierenden Interneurone mit antennal-taktilen Eingängen im ZNS der Grille
S Schöneich
Mechanical and electrical tuning in a tonotopically organized insect ear
J Hummel, S Schöneich, B Hedwig, M Kössl, M Nowotny
AIP Conference Proceedings 1703 (1), 100001, 2015
Efficacy constraints on female directional preference stabilize a male call component in a multimodal cricket duet
CE Kernan, JS Jones, T Robillard, S Schöneich, HM ter Hofstede
Animal Behaviour 193, 33-49, 2022
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