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Cambridge Language Sciences

Interdisciplinary Research Centre
 
Areas of Interest: 
Primate Communication
Vocal production
Evolution of speech
Vocal allometry

Research

Primate Communication
Vocal production
Evolution of speech
Vocal allometry

Publications

Key publications: 

Garcia, M., Dunn J.C., 2019. No evidence that maximum fundamental frequency reflects selection for signal diminution in bonobos. Current Biology - *equal first-author (in press). 

Dunn, J.C., Smaers, J.B., 2018. Neural correlates of vocal complexity in primates. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12, p.534. 

Garcia, M., Herbst, C., Bowling, D., Dunn, J.C., Fitch, W.T., 2017. Acoustic allometry revisited: morphological determinants of fundamental frequency in primate vocal production. Nature Scientific Reports, 7, p.10450. 

Bowling, D.L., Garcia, M., Dunn, J.C., Ruprecht, R., Stewart, A., Frommolt, K.H., Fitch, T., 2017. Body size and vocalisation in primates and carnivores. Nature Scientific Reports, 7, p.41070. 

Dunn, J.C., Halenar, L., Davies, T., Cristóbal-Azkarate, J., Fitch, T., Knapp, L., 2015. Evolutionary tradeoff between vocal tract and testes dimensions in howler monkeys. Current Biology, 25, pp.2839-2844.

Affiliated Lecturer in Biological Anthropology
Departments and institutes: 
Dr Jacob  Dunn

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