Publications

Hage SR (2019) Precise vocal timing needs cortical control. Science 363, 926-927 pdf

Pomberger T, Hage SR (2019) Semi-chronic laminar recordings in the brainstem of behaving marmoset monkeys. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 311, 186–192 pdf

Luo J, Hage SR*, Moss CF* (2018) The Lombard effect: from acoustics to neural mechanisms. Trends in Neurosciences 41, 938-949 (*shared corresponding authorship) pdf

Hage SR (2018) Auditory and audio-vocal responses of single neurons in the monkey ventral premotor cortex. Hearing Research 366, 82-89 pdf

Gultekin YB, Hage SR (2018) Limiting parental interaction during vocal development affects acoustic call structure in marmoset monkeys. Science Advances 4, eaar4012 pdf

Hage SR (2018) Dual neural network model of speech and language evolution: new insights on flexibility of vocal production systems and involvement of frontal cortex. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 21, 80-87 pdf

Pomberger T*, Risueno-Segovia C*, Löschner J, Hage SR (2018) Precise motor control enables rapid flexibility in vocal behavior of marmoset monkeys. Current Biology 28, 788-794 (*authors contribute equally) pdf
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Gavrilov N, Hage SR, Nieder A (2017) Functional specialization of the primate frontal lobe during cognitive control of vocalizations. Cell Reports 21, 2393-2406 pdf

Gultekin YB, Hage SR (2017) Limiting parental feedback disrupts vocal development in marmoset monkeys. Nature Communications 8, 14046 pdf

Hage SR, Nieder A (2016) Dual neural network model for the evolution of speech and language. Trends in Neurosciences 39, 813-829 pdf

Hage SR, Gavrilov N, Nieder A (2016) Developmental changes of cognitive vocal control in monkeys. Journal of Experimental Biology 219, 1744-1749 pdf
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Hage SR, Nieder A (2015) Audio-vocal interaction in single neurons of the monkey ventrolateral prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 35, 7030-7040 pdf

Ackermann H, Hage SR, Ziegler W (2014) Brain mechanisms of acoustic communication in humans and nonhuman primates: An evolutionary perspective. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37, 529-546 pdf

Ackermann H, Hage SR, Ziegler W (2014) Phylogenetic reorganization of the basal ganglia: A necessary, but not the only, bridge over a primate Rubicon of acoustic communication. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37, 577-604.

Hage SR*, Jiang T*, Berquist S, Feng J, Metzner W (2014) Ambient noise causes independent changes in distinct spectro-temporal features of echolocation calls in horseshoe bats. Journal of Experimental Biology 217, 2440-2444 (*authors contribute equally) pdf

Hage SR, Ott T, Eiselt AK, Jacob SN, Nieder A (2014) Ethograms indicate stable well-being during prolonged training phases in rhesus monkeys used in neurophysiological research. Laboratory Animals 48(1), 82-87 pdf

Hage SR, Nieder A (2013) Single neurons in monkey prefrontal cortex encode volitional initiation of vocalizations. Nature Communications 4, 2409 pdf

Hage SR, Jiang T, Berquist S, Feng J, Metzner W (2013) Ambient noise induces independent shifts in call frequency and amplitude within the Lombard effect in echolocating bats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 110(10), 4063-4068 pdf
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Hage SR, Gavrilov N, Salomon F, Stein AM (2013) Temporal vocal features suggest different call pattern generating mechanisms in mice and bats. BMC Neuroscience 14, 99 pdf

Hage SR, Gavrilov N, Nieder A (2013) Cognitive control of distinct vocalizations in rhesus monkeys. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25(10), 1692-1701 pdf

Hage SR (2013) Audio-vocal interactions during vocal communication in squirrel monkeys and their neurobiological implications. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 199(7), 663-668 pdf

Hage SR, Metzner W (2013) Potential effects of anthropogenic noise on echolocation behavior in horseshoe bats. Communicative & Integrative Biology 6(4), e24753 pdf

Kobayasi K*, Hage SR*, Berquist S, Feng J & Metzner W (2012) Behavioural and neurobiological implications of linear and non-linear features in larynx phonations of horseshoe bats. Nature Communications 3, 1184, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms2165 (*authors contribute equally) pdf

Hage SR (2009) Neuronal networks involved in the generation of vocalization. In: Brudzynski SM (Ed.) Handbook of mammalian vocalization. Academic Press, Oxford, 329-338

Hage SR (2009) Localization of the central pattern generator for vocalization. In: Brudzynski SM (Ed.) Handbook of mammalian vocalization. Academic Press, Oxford, 339-349

Jürgens U, Hage SR (2007) On the role of the reticular formation in vocal pattern generation. Behavioral Brain Research 182, 308-314 pdf

Hage SR, Jürgens U, Ehret G (2007) The olivocochlear system takes part in audio-vocal interaction. In: Kollmeier B, Klump G, Hohmann V, Langemann U, Mauermann M, Uppenkamp S & Verhey J (Eds.) Hearing – From Sensory Processing to Perception. Springer, Heidelberg, 191-197

Hage SR, Jürgens U, Ehret G (2006) Audio-vocal interaction in the pontine brainstem during self-initiated vocalization in the squirrel monkey. European Journal of Neuroscience 23, 3297-3307 pdf

Jürgens U, Hage SR (2006) Telemetric recording of neuronal activity. Methods 38, 195-201 pdf

Hage SR, Jürgens U (2006) On the role of the pontine brainstem in vocal pattern generation. A telemetric single-unit recording study in the squirrel monkey. Journal of Neuroscience 26, 7105-7115 pdf

Hage SR, Jürgens U (2006) Localization of a vocal pattern generator in the pontine brainstem of the squirrel monkey. European Journal of Neuroscience 23, 840-844 pdf

Ehret G, Hage SR, Egorova M, Müller BA (2005) Auditory maps in the midbrain: the inferior colliculus. In: Pressnitzer D., de Cheveigné A., McAdams S. & Collet L. (Eds.) Auditory signal processing: physiology, psychoacoustics, and models. Springer, New York, 162-168

Hage SR, Ehret G (2003) Mapping responses to frequency sweeps and tones in the inferior colliculus of house mice. European Journal of Neuroscience 18, 2301-2312 pdf

Ehret G, Egorova M, Hage SR, Müller BA (2003) Spatial map of frequency tuning-curve shapes in the mouse inferior colliculus. Neuroreport 14, 1365-1369 pdf

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