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Wolf howl research:

  1. Root-Gutteridge, H., Bencsik, M., Chebli, M., Gentle, L. K., Terrell-Nield, C., Bourit, A., & Yarnell, R. W. (2014a). Improving individual identification in captive Eastern grey wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) using the time course of howl amplitudes. Bioacoustics, 23(1), 39–53.

  2. Root-Gutteridge, H., Bencsik, M., Chebli, M., Gentle, L. K., Terrell-Nield, C., Bourit, A., & Yarnell, R. W. (2014b). Identifying individual wild Eastern grey wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) using fundamental frequency and amplitude of howls. Bioacoustics-the International Journal of Animal Sound and Its Recording, 23(1), 55–66.

  3. Hennelly, L., Habib, B., Root-Gutteridge, H., Palacios, V., & Passilongo, D. (2017). Howl variation across Himalayan, North African, Indian, and Holarctic wolf clades: Tracing divergence in the world’s oldest wolf lineages using acoustics. Current Zoology, 63(3), 341–348.

  4. Kershenbaum, A., Déaux, É. C. É. C., Habib, B., Mitchell, B., Palacios, V., Root-Gutteridge, H., & Waller, S. (2017). Measuring acoustic complexity in continuously varying signals: how complex is a wolf howl? Bioacoustics, 4622(January 2018), 1–15.

  5. Kershenbaum, A., Root-Gutteridge, H., Habib, B., Koler-Matznick, J., Mitchell, B. R., Palacios, V., & Waller, S. (2016). Disentangling canid howls across multiple species and subspecies: structure in a complex communication channel. Behavioural Processes, 124(March), 149–157.

  6. Sadhukhan, S., Root-Gutteridge, H., and Habib, B. 2021. Identifying unknown Indian wolves by their distinctive howls: its potential as a non-invasive survey method. Sci Rep. 11:1–13.

Dog behaviour research

7.         Root-Gutteridge, H., Ratcliffe, V. F., Korzeniowska, A. T., & Reby, D. (2019). Dogs perceive and spontaneously normalize formant-related speaker and vowel differences in human speech sounds. Biology Letters, 15(12), 20190555.

8.         Root-Gutteridge, H., Ratcliffe, V.F., Neumann, J., Timarchi, L., Yeung, C., Korzeniowska, A.T., Mathevon, N., and Reby, D. 2021. Effect of pitch range on dogs’ response to conspecific vs. heterospecific distress cries. Sci Reports 2021 111. 11:1–10.

9.       Korzeniowska, A. T., Root-Gutteridge, H., Simner, J., & Reby, D. (2019). Audio–visual crossmodal correspondences in domestic dogs (Canis familiaris). Biology Letters, 15(11), 20190564.

10.       Torjussen, A., and Root-Gutteridge, H. 2020. Is Nothing Better Than Something?: A Preliminary Investigation into Disembodied Stimuli for Home Alone Dogs. PervasiveHealth Pervasive Comput Technol Healthc.

Other species research:

11. Root-Gutteridge, H., Pisanski, K., and Reby, D. 2019. Vocal communication between humans and animals. Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, 623-32. (Book chapter)

12.       Root-Gutteridge, H., Cusano, D. A. D. A., Shiu, Y. Y., Nowacek, D. P. D. P., Van Parijs, S. M. S. M., & Parks, S. E. S. E. (2018). A lifetime of changing calls: North Atlantic right whales, Eubalaena glacialis, refine call production as they age. Animal Behaviour, 137, 21–34.

13.       Root-Gutteridge, H., & Chatterjee, H. (2009). Philippine Panay Island Bushy-tailed Cloud Rat (Crateromys heaneyi): A Preliminary Behavioural Study of Captive Cloud Rats. International Journal of Biology, 1(2), 3–11. Retrieved from http://papers3://publication/uuid/A951433F-5EBD-4B5C-BDBF-38593204BCEC

14.       Hunsinger, E., Root-Gutteridge, H., Cusano, D. A., & Parks, S. E. (2017). A description of defensive hiss types in the flat horned hissing cockroach (Aeluropoda insignis). Bioacoustics.

15.       McCordic, J. A., Root-Gutteridge, H., Cusano, D. A., Denes, S. L., & Parks, S. E. (2016). Calls of North Atlantic right whales Eubalaena glacialis contain information on individual identity and age class. Endangered Species Research, 30(1), 157–169.

16.       Petraccione, J., Root-Gutteridge, H., Cusano, D.A., and Parks, S.E. (2017). Exploring the early social affiliations and behaviour of a captive Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) calf. Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 5(3) 131-136.