• Yu C, Luo J, Wohlgemuth M, Moss CF (2019) Echolocating bats inspect and discriminate landmark features to guide navigation. The Journal of Experimental Biology: 222: jeb.191965. (Link)

  • Luo J, Hage SR, Moss CF. (2018) The Lombard effect: From acoustics to neural mechanisms. Trends in Neuroscience. 41(12):938–949. (Link)

 

  • Luo J, Macias S, Ness TV, Einevoll GT, Zhang K, Moss CF. (2018) Neural timing of stimulus events with microsecond precision. PLOS Biology. 16: e2006422. (Link)

 

  • Macías S, Luo J, Moss CF. (2018) Natural echolocation sequences evoke echo-delay selectivity in the auditory midbrain of the FM bat, Eptesicus fuscus. Journal of Neurophysiology. 120: 1323-1339 (Link)

 

  • Luo J, Moss CF (2017) Echolocating bats rely on audiovocal feedback to adapt sonar signal design. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114: 10978–10983. (PDF)

       

  • Luo J, Kothari NB, Moss CF (2017) Sensorimotor integration on a rapid time scale. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114: 6605-6610. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Lingner A, Firzlaff U, Wiegrebe L (2017) The Lombard effect emerges early in young bats: implications for the development of audio-vocal integration. The Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 1032-1037. (PDF)

 

  • Wohlgemuth MJ, Luo J, Moss CF (2016) Three-dimensional auditory localization in the echolocating bat. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 41: 78-86. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Wiegrebe L (2016) Biomechanical control of vocal plasticity in an echolocating bat. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 878-886. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Siemers BM, Koselj K (2015) How anthropogenic noise affects foraging. Global Change Biology 29: 3278-3289. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Goerlitz HR, Brumm H, Wiegrebe L (2015) Linking the sender to the receiver: Vocal adjustments by bats to maintain signal detection in noise. Scientific Reports 5: 18556. (PDF)

 

  • Lin A, Jiang T, Kanwal JS, Lu G, Luo J, Wei X, Luo B, Feng J (2015) Geographical variation in echolocation vocalizations of the Himalayan leaf-nosed bat: contribution of morphological variation and cultural drift. Oikos 124: 364-371. (PDF)

 

  • Wang L, Luo J, Wang H, Ou W, Jiang T, Liu Y, Lyle D, Feng J (2014) Dynamic adjustment of echolocation pulse structure of big-footed myotis (Myotis macrodactylus) in response to different habitats. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135: 928-932. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Koselj K, Zsebők S, Siemers BM, Goerlitz HR (2014) Global warming alters sound transmission: differential impact on the prey detection ability of echolocating bats. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 11: 20130961. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Clarin B-M, Borissov IM, Siemers BM (2014) Are torpid bats immune to anthropogenic noise? The Journal of Experimental Biology 217: 1072-1078. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Jiang T, Lu G, Wang L, Wang J, Feng J (2013) Bat conservation in China: should subterranean habitat protection be the priority? Oryx 47: 526-531. (PDF)

 

  • Lu G, Lin A, Luo J, Blondel D, Meiklejohn K, Sun K, Feng J (2013) Phylogeography of the Rickett's big-footed bat, Myotis pilosus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae): a novel pattern of genetic structure of bats in China. BMC Evolutionary Biology 13: 241. (PDF)

 

  • Jiang T, Lu G, Sun K, Luo J, Feng J (2013) Coexistence of Rhinolophus affinis and Rhinolophus pearsoni revisited. Acta Theriologica 58: 47-53. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Ou W, Liu Y, Wang J, Wang L, Feng J (2012) Plasticity in echolocation calls of Myotis macrodactylus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae): implications for acoustic identification. Acta Theriologica 57: 137-143. (PDF)

 

  • Luo J, Lu G, Feng J (2012) Diurnal capture reduces the colony size of Hipposideros armiger (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae). Mammalia 76: 447-449. (PDF)