Tag : Bioacoustics

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Neural oscillations in the fronto-striatal network predict vocal output in bats

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by Kristin Weineck, Francisco García-Rosales, Julio C. Hechavarría The ability to vocalize is ubiquitous in vertebrates, but neural networks underlying vocal control remain poorly understood....
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Whistling shares a common tongue with speech: bioacoustics from real-time MRI of the human vocal tract

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Belyk, M; Schultz, BG; Correia, J; Beal, DS; Kotz, SA; (2019) Whistling shares a common tongue with speech: bioacoustics from real-time MRI of the human...
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How do complex animal signals evolve?

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by Chad M. Eliason Animal signals—involving combinations of acoustic, chemical, visual, and behavioral cues—are among the most diverse traits in nature. Testing hypotheses about signal...
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Neural responses to natural and model-matched stimuli reveal distinct computations in primary and nonprimary auditory cortex

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by Sam V. Norman-Haignere, Josh H. McDermott A central goal of sensory neuroscience is to construct models that can explain neural responses to natural stimuli....
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Evolution of correlated complexity in the radically different courtship signals of birds-of-paradise

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by Russell A. Ligon, Christopher D. Diaz, Janelle L. Morano, Jolyon Troscianko, Martin Stevens, Annalyse Moskeland, Timothy G. Laman, Edwin Scholes III Ornaments used in...

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