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overview Neuroethology investigates nervous system function by relating it to innate and learned natural behaviors. It is distinguished from traditional neurobiology and psychology by being fundamentally centered in evolutionary biology, and by examining behavioral specialization across the breadth of the animal kingdom. We study multiple facets of birdsong learning, from cellular to behavioral levels of analysis, taking the neuroethological perspective.
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Concept Discrimination Learning
Concept Memory
Concept Serial Learning
Concept Memory Disorders
Concept Memory, Long-Term
Concept Learning
Academic Article Automated recognition of bird song elements from continuous recordings using dynamic time warping and hidden Markov models: a comparative study.
Academic Article Behavioral state modulation of auditory activity in a vocal motor system.
Academic Article Neuroscience. The song does not remain the same.
Academic Article Song replay during sleep and computational rules for sensorimotor vocal learning.
Academic Article Consolidation during sleep of perceptual learning of spoken language.
Academic Article Do sleeping birds sing? Population coding and learning in the bird song system.
Academic Article Evaluating theories of bird song learning: implications for future directions.
Academic Article Behavioural biology: name that tune.
Academic Article Metabolic and neural activity in the song system nucleus robustus archistriatalis: effect of age and gender.
Academic Article Song learning and sleep.
Academic Article Motor control of birdsong.
Academic Article Recursive syntactic pattern learning by songbirds.
Academic Article Consolidation of sensorimotor learning during sleep.
Academic Article Sleep and sensorimotor integration during early vocal learning in a songbird.
Academic Article Neuroscience. Vertebrate vocalizations.
Academic Article Sleep-dependent consolidation of auditory discrimination learning in adult starlings.
Academic Article Sleep, off-line processing, and vocal learning.
Academic Article Reduced false memory after sleep.
Academic Article Consolidating the effects of waking and sleep on motor-sequence learning.
Academic Article Preference for autogenous song by auditory neurons in a song system nucleus of the white-crowned sparrow.
Academic Article Simple stimuli, simple strategies.
Academic Article Introducing songbirds as a model system for epilepsy research.
Academic Article Sleep, learning, and birdsong.
Academic Article Acoustic parameters underlying the responses of song-specific neurons in the white-crowned sparrow.
Academic Article Song tutoring in presinging zebra finch juveniles biases a small population of higher-order song-selective neurons toward the tutor song.
Academic Article Neuronal populations and single cells representing learned auditory objects.
Academic Article Sleep restores loss of generalized but not rote learning of synthetic speech.
Academic Article Sleep consolidation of interfering auditory memories in starlings.
Academic Article A Bird's Eye View of Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation.
Academic Article Sleep-dependent reconsolidation after memory destabilization in starlings.
Academic Article Differential development of retroactive and proactive interference during post-learning wakefulness.
Academic Article Intrinsic neuronal properties represent song and error in zebra finch vocal learning.
Academic Article Intrinsic plasticity and birdsong learning.
Concept Memory Consolidation
Grant Temporal Patterns in Sleep Mechanisms of Learning
Grant Characterizaton of Non-linear Auditory Receptive Fields
Grant Neurophysiology of Sensorimotor Learning
Grant Plasticity of intrinsic neuronal properties, error signals, and network models in sensorimotor learning
Grant From ion channels to graph theory in sensorimotor learning
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