Leidse hoogleraren vanaf 1575

Carel Jacob ten Cate (Carel)

Geboren
1953-08-31 te Groningen, Nederland
Geslacht
Man

Promotie (1984)

Type examen
Promotie
Datum
1984-04-13
Plaats
Groningen
Proefschrift
On the ontogeny of species recognition in zebra finches

Aanstelling (1992)

Faculteit
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen
Vakgebied
Biologie
Leeropdracht
Gedragsbiologie
Datum benoeming
1992
Datum oratie
1994-05-20
Titel oratie
Ethology, behaviour and evolution

Publicaties

Wetenschappelijk
Vakpublicaties
  • Sertlek H.O., Aarts G., Brasseur S., Slabbekoorn H., ten Cate C., Benda-Beckman, A.E. & Ainsli M. (2015), Mapping Underwater Sound in the Dutch Part of the North Sea. The Effects of NOISE ON Aquatic Life II.. In: Popper A.N., Hawkins A. (red.) Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology nr. 875: Springer. 1001-1006.
  • Neo Y.Y., Seitz J., Kastelein R.A., Winter H.V., ten Cate C. & Slabbekoorn H. (2015), Noise Impact on European Sea Bass Behavior: Temporal Structure Matters.. In: Popper A.N., Hawkins A. (red.) The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life II. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: Springer. 763-766.
  • Geambusu, A., Levelt, C.C., Spierings, M. & ten Cate C. (2014), Artificial grammar learning in infants, adults and songbirds: what is shared, what is learned?. In: By E.A. Cartmill, S. Roberts, H. Lyn, H. Cornish (red.) The Evolution of Language: Artificial grammar learning in infants, adults and songbirds: what is shared, what is learned?.. 443-444.
  • Spierings, M.J. & ten Cate C. (2014), Prosodic cue weighting by zebra finches.. In: E.A. Cartmill, S. Roberts, H. Lyn, H. Cornish (red.) The Evolution of Language: World Scientific.. 519-520.
  • Chen, J., Jansen, N. & ten Cate C. (2014), The Evolution of Language: Zebra finches can learn to recognize affixations. In: The Evolution of Language: Zebra finches can learn to recognize affixations... 411-412.
  • ten Cate C., Lachlan R.F. & Zuidema W. (2014), Zebra finches can learn to recognize affixations.. In: Cartmill E.A., Roberts S., Lyn H., Cornish H. (red.) The Evolution of Language.: World Scientific. 411-412.
  • Spierings M.J. & ten Cate C. (2014), Prosodic cue weighting by zebra finches.. In: Cartmill E.A., Roberts S., Lyn H., Cornish H. (red.) Evolution of Language.: World Scientific. 519-520.
  • ten Cate, C., Lachlan R.F. & Zuidema W. (2013), Analyzing the structure of bird vocalizations and language: finding common ground.. In: Bolhuis J.J., Everaert M. (red.) Birdsong, speech and Language; converging mechanisms..: MIT press. 243-260.
  • Ohms V.R., Heijningen C.A.A. van, Gill A., Beckers G.J.L. & ten Cate C. (2010), Speaker-independent perception of human speech by zebra finches. In: Smith, A.D.M., Schouwstra, M., Boer, B. de, Smith, K. (red.) The evolution of Language. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference.. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  • Heijningen C.A.A. van, Visser J. de, Zuidema W. & ten Cate C. (2010), Simple rules can explain discrimination of putative recursive syntactic structures by songbirds: a case study on zebra finches. In: Smith, ADM, Schouwstra, M., Boer, B. de, Smith K. (red.) The Evolution of Language. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference (EVOLANG8).. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. 507-508.
  • ten Cate C. (2006), Niko (1907-1988). In: Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics.: Elsevier Academic Press.
  • ten Cate C. & Payne R.B. (2004), Song learning as t he motor of speciation in viduid finches.. In: Marler P.M., Slabbekoorn H. (red.) Box in: Nature's Music. The science of birdsong.: Elsevier Academic Press. 315.
  • ten Cate C. (2004), Birdsong and Evolution.. In: Marler P.M., Slabbekoorn H. (red.) Nature's Music. The science of birdsong.: Elsevier Academic Press. 296-317.
  • ten Cate C. (2002), Vocal communication and its developement: implications for captive breeding and reintroduction of birds. In: Mettke, C. & Gannslosser, U. (red.) Bird Research and Breeding.: Fürth, Filander Verlag. 57-70.
  • ten Cate C. (1999), Behavioral development: Toward understanding processes (reprint of ten Cate 1989).. In: Bolhuis J.J., Hogan J.A. (red.) The Development of Animal Behavior: A reader.. Oxford: Blackwell. 76-92.
  • ten Cate C., Ballintijn M.R. & Slabbekoorn H. (1999), Vogelzang: een oorstrelende strijd.. In: Strien W. van (red.) Evolutie betrapt, onderzoekers in het voetspoor van Darwin.. Leiden: KNNV uitgeverij. 60-67.
  • ten Cate C. (1995), Behavioural development in birds and the implications of imprinting and song learning for captive propagation.. In: Ganslosser U, Hodges J.K., Kaumanns W. (red.) Research and Captive Propagation.. 187-197.
  • ten Cate C. (1994), Perceptual mechanisms in imprinting and song learning in birds.. In: Hogan J.A. & Bolhuis J.J. (red.) Causal Mechanisms of Behavioural Development.: Cambrdige University Press. 116-146.
  • ten Cate C. (1989), Behavioral development: toward understanding processes. nr. 8: P.P.G. Bateson and P.H. Klopfer. 243-269.
Overig
  • ten Cate C. (25 januari 2012), Napraatsessie uitzending 'Taal'. [interview].
  • Cate C.J. ten (2012), Redactielid Ethology.
  • Cate C.J. ten (2012), Redactielid Journal of Behavioral Processes.
  • Cate C.J. ten (2012), Redactielid Frontiers in Comparative Psychology.
  • ten Cate C. (1998), Social influences on vocal development Bespreking van: Snowdon Ch.T. (1998) Social influences on vocal development, Bioacoustics 9: 237-241.

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