学術論文 / Papers

Suzuki TN & Sugita N (in press) Current Biology

Suzuki TN & Matsumoto YK (2022) Experimental evidence for core-Merge in the vocal communication system of a wild passerine. Nature Communications 13: 5605

Suzuki TN (2021) Animal linguistics: Exploring referentiality and compositionality in bird calls. Ecological Research 36: 221-231

Barnett CA, Ringhofer M, & Suzuki TN (2021) Differences in predatory behavior among three bird species. Journal of Ethology 39: 29-37

Suzuki TN (2020) Other species' alarm calls evoke a predator-specific search image in birds. Current Biology 30: 2616-2620

Dutour M, Suzuki TN, & Wheatcroft D (2020) Great tit responses to the calls of an unfamiliar species suggest conserved perception of call ordering. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74: 37

Suzuki TN, Wheatcroft D, & Griesser M (2019) The syntax-semantics interface in animal vocal communication. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 375: 20180405

Suzuki TN & Zuberbühler K (2019) Animal syntax. Current Biology 29: R669-R671

Suzuki TN (2019) Imagery in wild birds: Retrieval of visual information from referential alarm calls. Learning and Behavior 47: 111-114

Suzuki TN, Griesser M, & Wheatcroft D (2019) Syntactic rules in avian vocal sequences as a window into the evolution of compositionality. Animal Behaviour 151: 267-274

Suzuki TN, Wheatcroft D, & Griesser M (2018) Call combinations in birds and the evolution of compositional syntax. PLoS Biology 16: e2006532

Suzuki TN (2018) Alarm calls evoke a visual search image of a predator in birds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) 115: 1541-1545

Griesser M, Wheatcroft D, & Suzuki TN (2018) From bird calls to human language: exploring the evolutionary drivers of compositional syntax. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 21: 6-12

Suzuki TN, Wheatcroft D, & Griesser M (2017) Wild birds use an ordering rule to decode novel call sequences. Current Biology 27: 2331-2336

Suzuki TN & Kutsukake N (2017) Foraging intention affects whether willow tits call to attract members of mixed-species flocks. Royal Society Open Science 4: 170222

Griesser M & Suzuki TN (2017) Naïve juveniles are more likely to become breeders after witnessing predator mobbing. The American Naturalist 189: 58-66

Suzuki TN, Wheatcroft D, & Griesser M (2016) Experimental evidence for compositional syntax in bird calls. Nature Communications 7: 10986

Griesser M & Suzuki TN (2016) Occasional cooperative breeding in birds and the robustness of comparative analyses concerning the evolution of cooperative breeding. Zoological Letters 2: 7

Suzuki TN (2016) Semantic communication in birds: evidence from field research over the past two decades. Ecological Research 31: 307-319

Griesser M & Suzuki TN (2016) Kinship modulates the attention of naïve individuals to the mobbing behaviour of role models. Animal Behaviour 112: 83-91

Suzuki TN (2016) Referential calls coordinate multi-species mobbing in a forest bird community. Journal of Ethology 34: 79-84

Suzuki TN (2015) Assessment of predation risk through referential communication in incubating birds. Scientific Reports 5: 10239

Suzuki TN & Sakurai R (2015) Bent posture improves the protective value of bird dropping masquerading by caterpillars. Animal Behaviour 105: 79-84

Barnett CA, Suzuki TN, Sakalus SK, & Thompson CF (2015) Mass-based condition measures and their relationship with fitness: in what condition is condition?. Journal of Zoology 296: 1-5

Suzuki TN (2014) Communication about predator type by a bird using discrete, graded and combinatorial variation in alarm calls. Animal Behaviour 87: 59-65

Barnett CA, Sugita N, & Suzuki TN (2013) Observations of predation attempts on avian nest boxes by Japanese martens (Martes melampus). Mammal Study 38: 269-274

Moore FR, Coetzee V, Contreras-Garduño J, Debruine LM, Kleisner K, Krams I, Marcinkowska U, Nord A, Perrett DI, Rantala MJ, Schaum N, & Suzuki TN (2013) Cross-cultural variation in women’s preferences for cues to sex- and stress-hormones in the male face. Biology Letters 9: 20130050

Suzuki TN & Ueda K (2013) Mobbing calls of Japanese tits signal predator type: field observations of natural predator encounters. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125: 412-415

Suzuki TN (2012) Calling at a food source: context-dependent variation in note composition of combinatorial calls in willow tits. Ornithological Science 11: 103-107

Suzuki TN (2012) Mobbing to death of a Japanese long-eared bat Plecotus sacrimontis by two species of tit. Forktail 28: 171-172

Sugita N, Suzuki TN, Barnett CA, & Ueda K (2012) An intraspecific adult killing in female Japanese great tits. Forktail 28: 153-155

Suzuki TN (2012) Referential mobbing calls elicit different predator-searching behaviours in Japanese great tits. Animal Behaviour 84: 53-57

Suzuki TN (2012) Long-distance calling by the willow tit, Poecile montanus, facilitates formation of mixed-species foraging flocks. Ethology 118: 10-16

Suzuki TN (2011) Parental alarm calls warn nestlings about different predatory threats. Current Biology 21: R15-R16

Suzuki TN & Tsuchiya Y (2010) Feeding a foreign chick: a case of a mixed brood of two tit species. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122: 618-620