• G. Aharon, M. Sadot, Y. Yovel (2017) Bats use path-integration rather than acoustic- flow to assess flight distance along flyways.  Current Biology 27, 1-8 (open article)

  • Prat Y, Azoulay L, Dor R, Yovel Y (2017) Crowd vocal learning induces vocal dialects in bats: Playback of conspecifics shapes fundamental frequency usage by pups. PLOS Biology 15(10): e2002556 (open article)

  • Prat, Y., Taub, M., Pratt, E., & Yovel, Y. (2017) An annotated dataset of Egyptian fruit bat vocalizations across varying contexts and during vocal ontogeny.  Scientific data4, 170143 (open article) 

  • E. Amichai, Y. Yovel (2017) Bats pre-adapt sensory acquisition according to target distance prior to takeoff even in the presence of closer background objects. Sci. Rep. 7, 467 (open article)

  • Y. Prat, M. Taub, Y. Yovel (2016) Everyday bat vocalizations contain information about emitter, addressee, context, and behavior. Sci. Rep. 6, 39419 (open article)

  • Amichai E, Blumrosen G, & Yovel Y (2015) Calling louder and longer: how bats use biosonar under severe acoustic interference from other bats. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 282(1821)  (open article)

  • S. Danilovich, A. Krishnan, W. J. Lee, I. Borrisov, O. Eitan, G. Kosa, C. F. Moss,  Y. Yovel (2015) Bats regulate biosonar based on the availability of visual information Current Biology 25(23), 1107-1125   (open article)
  • Geva-Sagiv M, Yovel Y, Las L & Ulanovsky N (2015) Spatial cognition in bats and rats: from sensory acquisition to multiscale maps and navigation, Nature Rev. Neurosci. 16, 94-108  (open article)
  • G. Arditi, A. J. Weiss, Y. Yovel (2015) Object localization using a biosonar beam: how opening your mouth improves localization, R. Soc. open sci.  2 150225  (open article)

  • P. Kounitsky, J. Rydell, E. Amichai, A. Boonman, O. Eitan, A. J. Weiss,  Y. Yovel (2015) Bats adjust their mouth gape to zoom in their biosonar ‘field of view’ Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 112 (21), 6724-6729  (open article)
  • Y. Prat, M. Taub, Y. Yovel (2015) Vocal learning in a social mammal demonstrated by isolation and playback experiments in bat. Science Adv. 1(2) e1500019 (open article)
  •  N. S. Bar, S. Skogestad, J. M. Marçal, N. Ulanovsky & Y. Yovel, (2015) A sensory-motor Control model of animal flight explains why bats fly differently in light versus dark. PLoS Biology,13(1): e1002046(open article)
  • N. Cvikel, E. Levin, E. Hurme, I. Borissov, A. Boonman, E. Amichai, & Y. Yovel,  (2015) On-board recordings reveal no jamming avoidance in wild bat.  Proc. R. Soc. B. 282  (Open article)
  • N. Cvikel, K. E. Berg, E. Levin, E. Hurme, I. Borissov, A. Boonman, E. Amichai, & Y. Yovel, (2015) Bats aggregate to improve prey search but might be impaired when their density becomes too high. Current Biology, 24: 2962-2967 (open article)
  • A. Boonman, S. Bumrungsri, Y. Yovel, (2014) Non-echolocating fruit-bats produce bio-sonar clicks with their wings. Current Biology, 24(24):2962-7 (Open article)
  • Greif SBorissov IYovel YHolland RA (2014) A functional role of the sky's polarization pattern for orientation in the greater mouse-eared bat. Nat. Commun.5:4488. (Open article)
  • A. Boonman, Y. Bar-On, Y. Yovel, (2013) It’s not black or white – on the range of vision and echolocation in echolocating bats, Front. Physiol. 2: 248. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel, B. Falk, C. F. Moss, N. Ulanovsky, (2011) Active control of acoustic field-of-view in a biosonar system, PLoS Biology, 9(9): e1001147. (Open article)

  • M. Franz Y. Yovel, M. L. Melcón, P. Stilz, H-U. Schnitzler (2011) Systematische Merkmalsbewertung in komplexen Ultraschallsignalen mit LernmaschinenInformatik-Spektrum 1-6. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel, M. Geva, N. Ulanovsky, (2011) Click based echolocation: not so primitive after all, J. Comp. Physiol. J. Comp. Physiol. 197: 515-530. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel, M. Franz, P. Stilz, H-U. Schnitzler, (2011) Complex echo classification by echo-locating bats: a review, J. Comp. Physiol. 197: 475-490. (Open article)

  • M.L. Melcon, Y. Yovel, (equal contribution), A. Denzinger, H-U Schnitzler, (2011) How greater mouse-eared bats deal with ambiguous echoic scences. J. Comp. Physiol. 197: 505-514. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel, WWL. Au (2010) How Can Dolphins Recognize Fish According to Their Echoes? A Statistical Analysis of Fish Echoes. PLoS ONE 5(11): e14054. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel, B. Falk, C. F. Moss, N. Ulanovsky, (2010) Optimal localization by pointing off-axis. Science 327, 701-704. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel, M.L. Melcon (equal contribution), M.O. Franz, A. Denzinger, H-U Schnitzler, (2009) The voice of bats: how greater mouse-eared bats recognize individuals based on their echolocation calls. PLoS Comput Biol 4(3): e1000400. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel, P. Stilz, M.O. Franz, A. Boonman,H-U Schnitzler, (2009) What a plant sounds like: the statistics of vegetation echoes as received by echolocating bats. PLoS Comput Biol 5(7): e1000429. (Open article)

  • A. Mezer, Y. Yovel, O. Pasternak, T. Gorfine, Y. Assaf, (2009) Cluster analysis of resting-state fMRI time series. Neuroimage 45(4), 1117-1125. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel, M. O. Franz, P. Stilz, H-U. Schnitzler (2008) Plant Classification from Bat-Like Echolocation Signals. PLoS Comput Biol 4(3): e1000032. (Open article)
     
  • Y. Assaf, T. Blumenfeld-Katzir, Y. Yovel, P. J. Basser (2008) AxCaliber: a method for measuring axon diameter distribution from diffusion MRI. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 59, 1347–1354. (Open article)

  • Y. Yovel and Y. Assaf )2007) Virtual Definition of Neuronal Tissue by Cluster Analysis of Multi-parametric Imaging (virtual-dot-com imaging). NeuroImage 35(1), 58–69. (Open article)

  • E. Levin, A. Barnea, Y. Yovel and Y. Yom-Tov (2006) Have introduced fish initiated piscivory among the long-fingered bat? Mamm Biol 71, 139–143. (Open article)

    Peer-reviewed conference articles:

  • B. Petreska, and Y. Yovel (2008) A Neural Model of Demyelination of the Mouse Spinal Cord. In Proceedings of IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI2008). Won the award for best student work