Rachel Page

Correo: pager@si.edu

Tel: +507 212.8509

Dirección:
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
ATT: Rachel Page
9100 PANAMA CITY PL
Washington DC 20521-9100

Publicaciones:
Publicaciones de Rachel A. Page en la Bibliografía de STRI

Publicaciones por Rachel A. Page

Enlaces:
Page Lab

Educación y Títulos

B.A., Columbia University, 1996.
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 2008.

Bibliografía Selecta

Hemingway, C., Ryan, M.J., Page, R.A. 2017. Rationality in decision-making in the fringe-lipped bat, Trachops cirrhosus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 71: 94. doi:10.1007/s00265-017-2321-5.

Taylor, RC, Page, RA, Klein, BA, Ryan, MJ, Hunter, KL. 2017. Perceived synchrony of frog multimodal signal components is influenced by content and order. Integrative and Comparative Biology. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/icb/icx027.

Gomes, D. G. E., Page, R. A., Geipel, I., Taylor, R. C., Ryan, M. J., Halfwerk, W. 2016. Bats perceptually weight prey cues across sensory systems when hunting in noise. Science. 353: 1277-1280. doi: 10.1126/science.aaf7934.

Page, R.A. and Jones, P.L. 2016. Overcoming sensory uncertainty: factors affecting foraging decisions in frog-eating bats. In: Perception and Cognition in Animal Communication (volume editors, M.A. Bee and C.T. Miller), in the book series Animal Signals and Communication (series editors: P.K. McGregor and V.M. Janik). Springer. pp 285-312. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-48690-1_11.

Trillo, P.A., Bernal, X.E., Caldwell, M., Halfwerk, W., Owens, M., Page, R.A. 2016. Collateral damage or a shadow of safety? The effects of signaling neighbors on the risks of parasitism and predation. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B. 283: 20160343. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.0343.

Falk, J.J., ter Hofstede, H.M., Jones, P.L., Dixon, M.M., Faure, P.A., Kalko, E.K.V., Page, R.A. 2015. Sensory-based niche partitioning in a multiple predator-multiple prey community. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B. 282: 20150520. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.0520.

Fugère, V., O'Mara, M.T., Page, R.A. 2015. Perceptual bias does not explain preference for prey call adornment in the frog-eating bat. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. DOI 10.1007/s00265-015-1949-2.

Jones, P.L., Ryan, M.J., Page, R.A. 2014. Population and seasonal variation in response to prey calls by an eavesdropping bat. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. DOI 10.1007/s00265-013-1675-6.

Clarin, T.M.A., Borissov, I., Page, R.A., Ratcliffe, J.M., Siemers, B.M. 2014. Social learning within and across species: information transfer in mouse-eared bats. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 129-139. DOI 10.1139/cjz-2013-0211.

Halfwerk, W., Jones, P.L., Taylor, R.C., Ryan, M.J., Page, R.A. 2014. Risky ripples allow bats and frogs to eavesdrop on a multisensory sexual display. Science. 342: 413-416, DOI 10.1126/science.1244812.

Page, R.A., Ryan, M.J., Bernal, X.E. 2014. Be loved, be prey, be eaten. In: Animal Behavior, vol 3. Case Studies: Integration and Application of Animal Behavior (ed., K. Yasukawa), New York: Praeger. pp. 123-154.

Jones, P.L., Ryan, M.J., Page, R.A. 2013. When to approach novel prey cues? Social learning strategies in frog-eating bats. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B. 280.

Page, R.A., Schnelle, T., Kalko, E.K.V., Bunge, T., Bernal, X.E. 2012. Reassessment of prey through sequential use of multiple sensory cues by an eavesdropping bat. Naturwissenschaften 99: 505-509.

Akre, K.L., Farris, H.E., Lea, A.M., Page, R.A., Ryan, M.J. 2011. Signal perception in frogs and bats and the evolution of mating signals. Science 333: 751-752.

Page, R.A. and Ryan, M.J. 2008. The effect of signal complexity on localization performance in bats that localize frog calls. Animal Behaviour 76: 761-769.

Page, R.A. and Ryan, M.J. 2006. Social transmission of novel foraging behavior in bats: frog calls and their referents. Current Biology 16: 1201-1205.

Page, R.A. and Ryan, M.J. 2005. Flexibility in assessment of prey cues: frog-eating bats and frog calls. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 272: 841-847.