Friedrich Ladich

Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr.

Phone: +43-1-4277-542 27
Mail: friedrich.ladich[at]univie.ac.at

Research interests


My research focuses on acoustic communication in fishes. The work covers sound generating organs and their neuronal control, the design of acoustic signals, acoustical behavior, the significance of sounds, and the perception of sounds. The latter includes the inner ear structure, the auditory periphery, hearing sensitivity, the ability to detect temporal patterns and encode conspecific sounds, and the effects of ambient and anthropogenic noise on hearing and communication.

Publications


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Schulz-Mirbach, T & Ladich, F 2016, Diversity of inner ears in fishes: possible contribution towards hearing improvements and evolutionary considerations. in JA Sisneros (ed.), Fish Hearing and Bioacoustics: An Anthology in Honor of Arthur N. Popper and Richard R. Fay. vol. 877, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, pp. 341-391.


Ladich, F 2016, Peripheral hearing structures in fishes: diversity and sensitivity of catfishes and cichlids. in JA Sisneros (ed.), Fish Hearing and Bioacoustics: An Anthology in Honor of Arthur N. Popper and Richard R. Fay. vol. 877, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, pp. 321-340.


Ladich, F 2015, Acoustic signaling in female fish. in F Ladich (ed.), Sound Communication in Fishes. Springer-Verlag Wien, pp. 149-173.


Ladich, F 2015, Ontogenetic development of sound communication in fishes. in F Ladich (ed.), Sound Communication in Fishes. Springer-Verlag Wien, pp. 127-148.


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