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How do animals communicate using sounds? How did animal vocal communication arise and evolve? Exploring a new way to conceptualize animal communication, this new edition moves beyond an earlier emphasis on the role of senders in managing receiver behaviour, to examine how receivers' responses influence signalling. It demonstrates the importance of the perceiver role in driving the evolution of communication, for instance in mimicry, and thus shifts the emphasis from a linguistic to a form/function approach to communication. Covering a wide range of animals from frogs to humans, this new edition includes new sections on human prosodic elements in speech, the vocal origins of smiles and laughter and deliberately irritating sounds and is ideal for researchers and students of animal behaviour and in fields such as sensory biology, neuroscience and evolutionary biology.

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'[Morton] presents a serious discussion of how we should view the evolution and function of animal vocal communication. For anyone interested in this most compelling of all animal behaviors, this book is well worth the time and effort.'

Michael Ryan Source: The Quarterly Review of Biology

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Contents

  • Animal Vocal CommunicationAssessment and Management RolesSecond Edition
    pp i-ii
  • Animal Vocal Communication - Title page
    pp iii-iii
  • Copyright page
    pp iv-iv
  • Dedication
    pp v-vi
  • Contents
    pp vii-viii
  • Preface
    pp ix-x
  • Acknowledgments
    pp xi-xii
  • Introduction
    pp 1-9
  • 1 - The Informationizing of Communication
    pp 10-39
  • 2 - The Roles of Assessment and Management in Communication
    pp 40-83
  • 3 - Form and Function in Vocal Communication
    pp 84-137
  • 4 - Mechanisms and Proximate Processes of Vocal Communication
    pp 138-189
  • 5 - Assessment/Management: A Viable Replacement for the Metaphor of Transmitted Information
    pp 190-211
  • References
    pp 212-245
  • Index
    pp 246-250
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