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F Nottebohm, D B Kelley, J A Paton. J Comp Neurol 1982
Times Cited: 429







List of co-cited articles
1043 articles co-cited >1



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Central control of song in the canary, Serinus canarius.
F Nottebohm, T M Stokes, C M Leonard. J Comp Neurol 1976
62

An ultra-sparse code underlies the generation of neural sequences in a songbird.
Richard H R Hahnloser, Alexay A Kozhevnikov, Michale S Fee. Nature 2002
640
48




Singing-related activity of identified HVC neurons in the zebra finch.
Alexay A Kozhevnikov, Michale S Fee. J Neurophysiol 2007
165
30

Birdsong and human speech: common themes and mechanisms.
A J Doupe, P K Kuhl. Annu Rev Neurosci 1999
877
30

Support for a synaptic chain model of neuronal sequence generation.
Michael A Long, Dezhe Z Jin, Michale S Fee. Nature 2010
229
30


Vocal experimentation in the juvenile songbird requires a basal ganglia circuit.
Bence P Olveczky, Aaron S Andalman, Michale S Fee. PLoS Biol 2005
338
27




A specialized forebrain circuit for vocal babbling in the juvenile songbird.
Dmitriy Aronov, Aaron S Andalman, Michale S Fee. Science 2008
210
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
297
23


Neural mechanisms of vocal sequence generation in the songbird.
Michale S Fee, Alexay A Kozhevnikov, Richard H R Hahnloser. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2004
162
22







Precise auditory-vocal mirroring in neurons for learned vocal communication.
J F Prather, S Peters, S Nowicki, R Mooney. Nature 2008
239
18



Ensemble coding of vocal control in birdsong.
Anthony Leonardo, Michale S Fee. J Neurosci 2005
131
18



Revised nomenclature for avian telencephalon and some related brainstem nuclei.
Anton Reiner, David J Perkel, Laura L Bruce, Ann B Butler, Andr├ís Csillag, Wayne Kuenzel, Loreta Medina, George Paxinos, Toru Shimizu, Georg Striedter,[...]. J Comp Neurol 2004
789
16


Intrinsic bursting enhances the robustness of a neural network model of sequence generation by avian brain area HVC.
Dezhe Z Jin, Fethi M Ramazano─člu, H Sebastian Seung. J Comput Neurosci 2007
65
24


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
99
15

For whom the bird sings: context-dependent gene expression.
E D Jarvis, C Scharff, M R Grossman, J A Ramos, F Nottebohm. Neuron 1998
335
15

Organization of the songbird basal ganglia, including area X.
Abigail L Person, Samuel D Gale, Michael A Farries, David J Perkel. J Comp Neurol 2008
86
17

Descending auditory pathways in the adult male zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata).
C V Mello, G E Vates, S Okuhata, F Nottebohm. J Comp Neurol 1998
146
15



New brain pathways found in the vocal control system of a songbird.
Eugene Akutagawa, Masakazu Konishi. J Comp Neurol 2010
60
25

Twitter evolution: converging mechanisms in birdsong and human speech.
Johan J Bolhuis, Kazuo Okanoya, Constance Scharff. Nat Rev Neurosci 2010
233
14

Elemental gesture dynamics are encoded by song premotor cortical neurons.
Ana Amador, Yonatan Sanz Perl, Gabriel B Mindlin, Daniel Margoliash. Nature 2013
110
14

Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory.
Johan J Bolhuis, Manfred Gahr. Nat Rev Neurosci 2006
241
13

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
13




A procedure for an automated measurement of song similarity.
Tchernichovski, Nottebohm, Ho, Pesaran, Mitra. Anim Behav 2000
394
13

Dynamics of the vocal imitation process: how a zebra finch learns its song.
O Tchernichovski, P P Mitra, T Lints, F Nottebohm. Science 2001
295
13


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.