Copeland, J., Moiseff, A. (2016) “Abdomen Posture and Flash Gesture Direction in a Female Synchronic Firefly Photinus carolinus” (Green) (Coleoptera: Lampyridae). J. Insect Behav. 29:15-24.
Moiseff, A. and Copeland, J. (2010) ,”Firefly Synchrony: A Behavioral Strategy to Minimize Visual Clutter.” Science 329: 181. Weblink
Whiting B, Moiseff A, Rubio ME(2009). Cochlear nucleus neurons redistribute synaptic AMPA and Glycine receptors in response to monaural conductive hearing loss. Neuroscience 163:1264-76. PebMedLink
Kim DO, Moiseff A, Turner JB, Gull J (2008). Acoustic cues underlying auditory distance in barn owls, Acta Oto-Laryngol. 128: 382-387. PDF
Marshad, H.A., A. Corless, J. Copeland and A. Moiseff (2008). “A method for measuring the surface features of the firefly (Lampyridae) compound eye.” J. Entomol. Sci. 43(3): 279-290.
Ramos, R., A. Moiseff, et al. (2007). “Utility and Versatility of Extracellar Recordings from the Cockroach for Neurophysiological Instruction and Demonstration.” Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education 5(2): A28-A34. PDF
Schneider, D.M., Moiseff, A. & Kim D.O. (2005) . Adulthood adaptive plasticity of the barn-owl auditory localization system. IEEE Intl Conf Neural Eng. (Jan. 2005) WebLink
Kim, D., Schneider, D. & Moiseff, A. (2005). A behavioral study of adult barn owls: the precision and long-term stability of head-orienting responses to visual stimuli. ARO Abstracts 2005, p.334 WebLink
Pytte, C. L., M. S. Ficken and A. Moiseff (2004). “Ultrasonic singing by the blue-throated hummingbird: A comparison between production and perception.” J. Comp Physiol. A 190, 665-673. WebLink
Copeland, J. and A. Moiseff (2004). “Flash Entrainment in Two Synchronic Firefly Species.” J. Ent. Sci. 39: 151-158. PDF
Copeland, J. and A. Moiseff (2004). “Flash precision at the start of synchrony in Photoris frontalis.” Integ. and Comp. Biol. 44:259-263. PDF
Copeland, J. and A. Moiseff (2002). “Synchronic flashing in a North American firefly.” Integrative and comparative Biology 42: 121.
Moiseff, A., V. Tessier and J. Copeland (2002). “Signal jamming in synchronic North American firefly, Photinus carolinus.” Integrative and comparative Biology 42: 128.
Newsome, B., J. Copeland and A. Moiseff (2001). “Synchrony and flash inhibition in a North American firefly.” Am Zool 41: 1539.
Moiseff, A., J. Copeland, L. Faust and F. Kubke (2001). “Female flashes in a synchronic North American rover firefly.” Am Zool 41(1529).
Moiseff, A. and J. Copeland (2000). “A new type of synchronized flashing in a North American firefly.” J. Insect Beh. 13: 597-612. PDF
Moiseff, A., J. Copeland, M. Kubke and L. Faust (2000). “Mating behavior of a synchronous North American firefly. 11th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence, Monterey, CA Abstracts: 66. PDF
Faust, L., A. Moiseff and J. Copeland (2000). “Flash heterogeneity and mating behavior in the synchronic North American firefly.11th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence, Monterey, CA Abstracts: 40.
Copeland, J., K. Fitzgerald and A. Moiseff (2000). “Mechanisms of synchrony in a coastal Georgia (USA) firefly.11th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence, Monterey, CA Abstracts: 40. PDF
Leamon, J., A. Moiseff and J. Crivello (2000). “Development of a high-throughput process for detection and screening of genetic polymorphisms.” BioTechniques 28: 994-1005.
Frenkel, M., G. Sherman, K. Bashan, A. Galaburda, A. Moiseff and J. LoTurco (2000). “Neocortical ectopias are associated with attenuated neurophysiological responses to rapidly changing auditory stimuli.” Soc. Neurosci. Abstracts 26: 74.
Copeland, J., L. Faust and A. Moiseff (1999). Fireflies, foxfire and more: a workshop for adults in Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence: Perspectives for the 21st century. A. Rhoda, M. Pazzagli, L. J. Kricka and P. E. Stanley. Chichester, Wiley.
Faust, L., M. F. Kubke, J. Maupin, A. Moiseff and J. Copeland (1999). “Synchronic flashing and mating behavior in Photinus carolinus.” Am. Zool. 39.
Moiseff, A., J. Metcalfe, J. Copeland and F. Palmieri (1999). Synchronies in fireflies: diversity, mechanisms and models. Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence: Perspectives for the 21st century. A. Rhoda, M. Pazzagli, L. J. Kricka and P. E. Stanley. Chichester, Wiley. PDF
Frasca Jr., S., D. Schwartz, A. Moiseff and R. A. French (1999). “Feather folliculoma in a captive-bred barn owl.” Avian Diseases 43: 616-621.
Carr, C. E., M. F. Kubke, D. P. Massoglia, S. M. Cheng, L. Rigby and A. Moiseff (1998). Development of temporal coding circuits in the barn owl. Psychophysical and physiological advances in hearing. A. R. Palmer, A. Rees, A. Q. Summerfield and R. Meddis. London, Whurr Publishers: 302-308.
Copeland, J. and A. Moiseff (1997). “Intensity modulation and “silent counting” in a Southeast Asian synchronously flashing firefly.” Biotropica 29: 126-128. PDF
Moiseff, A. and J. Copeland (1997). Synchronies and mechanisms in the North American firefly Photinus carolinus: the line-ofsight hypothesis. Chemiluminescence and Bioluminescence: Molecular reporting with photons. PDF
Datum, M., F. Palmieri and A. Moiseff (1996). “An artificial neural network for sound localization using binaural cues.” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 99: 1-12.
Moiseff, A. and J. Copeland (1996). “Synchronies in the North American firefly Photinus carolinus and the line-of-sight hypothesis.” 9th International Symposium on Bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence, Abstracts..
Moiseff, A., T. Haresign and J. Wang (1996). Processing of binaural cues by the barn owl auditory system. Neuroethological studies of cognitive and perceptual processes.. C. F. Moss and S. J. Shettleworth, Westview Press.
Copeland, J. and A. Moiseff (1995). “The occurrence of synchrony in the North American firefly Photinus carolinus.” J. Insect Beh. 8: 381-394. PDF
A. Moiseff and J. Copeland (1995). “Mechanisms of synchrony in the North Ameriacan firefly Photinus carolinus.” J. Insect Beh. 8: 395- 407. PDF
Moiseff, A. and T. Haresign (1992). “Response of Auditory Units in the Barn Owl’s Inferior Colliculus to Continuously Varying Interaural Phase Differences.” Journal of Neurophysiology (Bethesda) 67(6): 1428-1436.
Moiseff, A. (1989). “Binaural Disparity Cues Available to the Barn Owl for Sound Localization.” Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 164(5): 629-636. PDF
Moiseff, A. (1989). “Bi-Coordinate Sound Localization by the Barn Owl.” Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 164(5): 637-644. PDF
Haresign, T. and A. Moiseff (1988). “Early Growth and Development of the Common Barn-Owl’s Facial Ruff.” Auk 105(4): 699-705. PDF
Takahashi, T., A. Moiseff, et al. (1984). “Time and intensity cues are processed independently in the auditory system of the owl.” J Neurosci 4(7): 1781-6.
Moiseff, A. and M. Konishi (1983). “The neural mechanisms of sound localization in the owl.” In: Neural Mechanisms of Hearing.
Moiseff, A. and M. Konishi (1983). “Binaural characteristics of units in the owl’s brainstem auditory pathway: precursors of restricted spatial receptive fields.” J Neurosci 3(12): 2553-62.
Moiseff, A. and R. Hoy (1983). “Sensitivity to Ultrasound in an Identified Auditory Inter Neuron in the Cricket Teleogryllus-Oceanicus a Possible Neural Link to Phono Tactic Behavior.” Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 152(2): 155-168. PDF
Hoy, R. R., G. S. Pollack, et al. (1982). “Species Recognition in the Field Cricket Teleogryllus-Oceanicus Behavioral and Neural Mechanisms.” American Zoologist 22(3): 597-608.
Moiseff, A. and M. Konishi (1981). “The Owl Tyto-Alba Inter Aural Pathway Is Not Involved in Sound Localization.” Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 144(3): 299-304. PDF
Moiseff, A. and M. Konishi (1981). “Neuronal and Behavioral Sensitivity to Binaural Time Differences in the Owl.” J Neurosci 1(1): 40-48. PDF
Moiseff, A., G. S. Pollack and R. R. Hoy (1978). “Steering responses of flying crickets to sound and ultrasound: Mate attraction and predator avoidance.” Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 75(8): 4052-4056.