A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Katrina G Salvante, Danielle M Racke, C Ryan Campbell, Keith W Sockman. Dev Neurobiol 2010
Times Cited: 12







List of co-cited articles
128 articles co-cited >1



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Song presentation induces gene expression in the songbird forebrain.
C V Mello, D S Vicario, D F Clayton. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1992
460
33

Noradrenergic control of gene expression and long-term neuronal adaptation evoked by learned vocalizations in songbirds.
Tarciso A F Velho, Kai Lu, Sidarta Ribeiro, Raphael Pinaud, David Vicario, Claudio V Mello. PLoS One 2012
33
33




Female Lincoln's sparrows modulate their behavior in response to variation in male song quality.
Samuel P Caro, Kendra B Sewall, Katrina G Salvante, Keith W Sockman. Behav Ecol 2010
17
25


Vocal performance influences male receiver response in the banded wren.
Anya E Illes, Michelle L Hall, Sandra L Vehrencamp. Proc Biol Sci 2006
51
25


Photorefractoriness in birds and comparison with mammals.
T J Nicholls, A R Goldsmith, A Dawson. Physiol Rev 1988
365
25

Song competition changes the brain and behavior of a male songbird.
Keith W Sockman, Katrina G Salvante, Danielle M Racke, C Ryan Campbell, Buddy A Whitman. J Exp Biol 2009
5
60

Role of the midbrain dopaminergic system in modulation of vocal brain activation by social context.
Erina Hara, Lubica Kubikova, Neal A Hessler, Erich D Jarvis. Eur J Neurosci 2007
113
25


Evidence for a catecholaminergic projection to area X in the zebra finch.
J W Lewis, S M Ryan, A P Arnold, L L Butcher. J Comp Neurol 1981
174
25

Social context-dependent singing-regulated dopamine.
Aya Sasaki, Tatyana D Sotnikova, Raul R Gainetdinov, Erich D Jarvis. J Neurosci 2006
138
25

Axonal connections of a forebrain nucleus involved with vocal learning in zebra finches.
S W Bottjer, K A Halsema, S A Brown, E A Miesner. J Comp Neurol 1989
298
25

The origin of catecholaminergic inputs to the song control nucleus RA in canaries.
Didier Appeltants, Gregory F Ball, Jacques Balthazart. Neuroreport 2002
83
25

Dopamine receptors in a songbird brain.
Lubica Kubikova, Kazuhiro Wada, Erich D Jarvis. J Comp Neurol 2010
98
25




What birdsong can teach us about the central noradrenergic system.
Christina B Castelino, Marc F Schmidt. J Chem Neuroanat 2010
42
25


Central control of song in the canary, Serinus canarius.
F Nottebohm, T M Stokes, C M Leonard. J Comp Neurol 1976
25



A matter of focus: monoaminergic modulation of stimulus coding in mammalian sensory networks.
L M Hurley, D M Devilbiss, B D Waterhouse. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2004
162
25

Dopaminergic system in birdsong learning and maintenance.
Lubica Kubikova, Lubor Kostál. J Chem Neuroanat 2010
45
25







Neural sensitivity to sex steroids predicts individual differences in aggression: implications for behavioural evolution.
K A Rosvall, C M Bergeon Burns, J Barske, J L Goodson, B A Schlinger, D R Sengelaub, E D Ketterson. Proc Biol Sci 2012
93
25


Rapid effects of hearing song on catecholaminergic activity in the songbird auditory pathway.
Lisa L Matragrano, Michaël Beaulieu, Jessica O Phillip, Ali I Rae, Sara E Sanford, Keith W Sockman, Donna L Maney. PLoS One 2012
26
25


Seasonal plasticity in the song control system: multiple brain sites of steroid hormone action and the importance of variation in song behavior.
Gregory F Ball, Catherine J Auger, Daniel J Bernard, Thierry D Charlier, Jennifer J Sartor, Lauren V Riters, Jacques Balthazart. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2004
110
16


Swamp sparrows modulate vocal performance in an aggressive context.
Adrienne L DuBois, Stephen Nowicki, William A Searcy. Biol Lett 2009
34
16

Song predicts immunocompetence in male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris).
Deborah L Duffy, Gregory F Ball. Proc Biol Sci 2002
49
16

Seasonal changes in courtship song and the medial preoptic area in male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris).
L V Riters, M Eens, R Pinxten, D L Duffy, J Balthazart, G F Ball. Horm Behav 2000
132
16


Striatal FoxP2 is actively regulated during songbird sensorimotor learning.
Ikuko Teramitsu, Amy Poopatanapong, Salvatore Torrisi, Stephanie A White. PLoS One 2010
56
16





Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.