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Sarah M N Woolley, Mark E Hauber, Frederic E Theunissen. Dev Neurobiol 2010
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303 articles co-cited >1



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Birdsong and human speech: common themes and mechanisms.
A J Doupe, P K Kuhl. Annu Rev Neurosci 1999
857
37

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
453
34

Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory.
Johan J Bolhuis, Manfred Gahr. Nat Rev Neurosci 2006
236
28




Selectivity for conspecific song in the zebra finch auditory forebrain.
Julie A Grace, Noopur Amin, Nandini C Singh, Frédéric E Theunissen. J Neurophysiol 2003
118
25

Early auditory experience generates long-lasting memories that may subserve vocal learning in songbirds.
Mimi L Phan, Carolyn L Pytte, David S Vicario. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2006
144
25

Experience dependence of neural responses to different classes of male songs in the primary auditory forebrain of female songbirds.
Mark E Hauber, Sarah M N Woolley, Phillip Cassey, Frédéric E Theunissen. Behav Brain Res 2013
21
38

Tuning for spectro-temporal modulations as a mechanism for auditory discrimination of natural sounds.
Sarah M N Woolley, Thane E Fremouw, Anne Hsu, Frédéric E Theunissen. Nat Neurosci 2005
175
21


Shared neural substrates for song discrimination in parental and parasitic songbirds.
Matthew I M Louder, Henning U Voss, Thomas J Manna, Sophia S Carryl, Sarah E London, Christopher N Balakrishnan, Mark E Hauber. Neurosci Lett 2016
17
41


Functional groups in the avian auditory system.
Sarah M N Woolley, Patrick R Gill, Thane Fremouw, Frédéric E Theunissen. J Neurosci 2009
54
18

Neurophysiological response selectivity for conspecific songs over synthetic sounds in the auditory forebrain of non-singing female songbirds.
Mark E Hauber, Phillip Cassey, Sarah M N Woolley, Frederic E Theunissen. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol 2007
28
21

Development of selectivity for natural sounds in the songbird auditory forebrain.
Noopur Amin, Allison Doupe, Frédéric E Theunissen. J Neurophysiol 2007
32
18

Song selectivity in the song system and in the auditory forebrain.
Frédéric E Theunissen, Noopur Amin, Sarita S Shaevitz, Sarah M N Woolley, Thane Fremouw, Mark E Hauber. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2004
79
18

Experience-dependent neuronal specialization and functional organization in the central auditory area of a songbird.
Hugo Cousillas, Jean-Pierre Richard, Maryvonne Mathelier, Laurence Henry, Isabelle George, Martine Hausberger. Eur J Neurosci 2004
25
24


Own-song recognition in the songbird auditory pathway: selectivity and lateralization.
Colline Poirier, Tiny Boumans, Marleen Verhoye, Jacques Balthazart, Annemie Van der Linden. J Neurosci 2009
59
18

An analysis of the neural representation of birdsong memory.
Nienke J Terpstra, Johan J Bolhuis, Ardie M den Boer-Visser. J Neurosci 2004
93
18

Localized neuronal activation in the zebra finch brain is related to the strength of song learning.
J J Bolhuis, G G Zijlstra, A M den Boer-Visser, E A Van Der Zee. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2000
186
18

Neural bases of song preferences in female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata).
S A MacDougall-Shackleton, S H Hulse, G F Ball. Neuroreport 1998
74
18


A password for species recognition in a brood-parasitic bird.
M E Hauber, S A Russo, P W Sherman. Proc Biol Sci 2001
34
15

Early perceptual selectivity in the swamp sparrow.
R Dooling, M Searcy. Dev Psychobiol 1980
57
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Sexual equality in zebra finch song preference: evidence for a dissociation between song recognition and production learning.
Katharina Riebel, Isabel M Smallegange, Nienke J Terpstra, Johan J Bolhuis. Proc Biol Sci 2002
62
15

The development of stimulus-specific auditory responses requires song exposure in male but not female zebra finches.
Kristen K Maul, Henning U Voss, Lucas C Parra, Delanthi Salgado-Commissariat, Douglas Ballon, Ofer Tchernichovski, Santosh A Helekar. Dev Neurobiol 2010
22
22


Memory in the making: localized brain activation related to song learning in young songbirds.
Sharon M H Gobes, Matthijs A Zandbergen, Johan J Bolhuis. Proc Biol Sci 2010
64
15


Localized brain activation specific to auditory memory in a female songbird.
Nienke J Terpstra, Johan J Bolhuis, Katharina Riebel, Jorien M M van der Burg, Ardie M den Boer-Visser. J Comp Neurol 2006
75
15

Immediate early gene (ZENK) responses to song in juvenile female and male zebra finches: effects of rearing environment.
Michelle L Tomaszycki, Emily M Sluzas, Kristy A Sundberg, Sarah W Newman, Timothy J DeVoogd. J Neurobiol 2006
23
21

Embryonic learning of vocal passwords in superb fairy-wrens reveals intruder cuckoo nestlings.
Diane Colombelli-Négrel, Mark E Hauber, Jeremy Robertson, Frank J Sulloway, Herbert Hoi, Matteo Griggio, Sonia Kleindorfer. Curr Biol 2012
55
15


Mind the gap: Neural coding of species identity in birdsong prosody.
Makoto Araki, M M Bandi, Yoko Yazaki-Sugiyama. Science 2016
30
16

Selective vocal learning in a sparrow.
P Marler, S Peters. Science 1977
129
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Modulation power and phase spectrum of natural sounds enhance neural encoding performed by single auditory neurons.
Anne Hsu, Sarah M N Woolley, Thane E Fremouw, Frédéric E Theunissen. J Neurosci 2004
82
12

De novo establishment of wild-type song culture in the zebra finch.
Olga Fehér, Haibin Wang, Sigal Saar, Partha P Mitra, Ofer Tchernichovski. Nature 2009
129
12

A basal ganglia-forebrain circuit in the songbird biases motor output to avoid vocal errors.
Aaron S Andalman, Michale S Fee. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2009
186
12

A synaptic basis for auditory-vocal integration in the songbird.
Eric E Bauer, Melissa J Coleman, Todd F Roberts, Arani Roy, Jonathan F Prather, Richard Mooney. J Neurosci 2008
98
12


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