J. J. Luczkovich, M. W. Sprague, and C. S. Krahforst (2011) "Acoustic Behavior." In: A. P. Farrell (ed.), Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From Genome to Environment, volume 1, pp. 311-320. San Diego: Academic Press.
J. J. Luczkovich, R. C. Pullinger, S. E. Johnson, and M. W. Sprague (2008) "Identifying sciaenid critical spawning habitats by the use of passive acoustics," Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 137, pp. 576-605.
M. W. Sprague and J. J. Luczkovich (2004) "Measurement of an individual silver perch Bairdiella chrysoura sound pressure level in a field recording ," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 116 (5) pp. 3186-3191.
M. W. Sprague (2002) "The Single Sonic Muscle Twitch Model for Sciaenid Sound Production," Bioacoustics 12 (2 & 3) pp. 225-227.
J. J. Luczkovich and M. W. Sprague (2002) "Using Passive Acoustics to Monitor Estuarine Fish Populations," Bioacoustics 12 (2 & 3) pp. 289-292.
M. W. Sprague and J. J. Luczkovich (2001) "Do striped cusk-eels Ophidion marginatum (Ophidiidae) produce the 'chatter' sound attributed to weakfish Cynoscion regalis (Sciaenidae)?" Copeia 2001 (3) pp. 854-859.
M. W. Sprague (2000) "The single sonic muscle twitch model for the sound-production mechanism in the weakfish, Cynoscion regalis," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 108 (5) pp. 2430-2437.
J. J. Luczkovich, H. J. Daniel III, M. Hutchinson, T. Jenkins, S. E. Johnson, R. C. Pullinger, and M. W. Sprague, (2000) "Sounds of sex and death in the sea: bottlenose dolphin whistles suppress mating choruses of silver perch," Bioacoustics 10 (4) pp. 323-334.
M. W. Sprague, J. J. Luczkovich, R. C. Pullinger, S. E. Johnson, T. Jenkins, and H. J. Daniel, III, (2000) "Using spectral analysis to identify drumming sounds of some North Carolina fishes in the family Sciaenidae," Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 116 (2) pp. 124-145.
J. J. Luczkovich, M. W. Sprague, S. E. Johnson, and R. C. Pullinger, (1999) "Delimiting spawning areas of weakfish Cynoscion regalis (family Sciaenidae) in Pamlico Sound, North Carolina using passive hydroacoustic surveys," Bioacoustics 10 (2) pp. 143-160.