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Recent publications (by other labs) that use Sound Analysis Pro

Sound Analysis Pro is cited by 281 papers and was used to analyze data in at least 130 of them. Here are a few examples:
  • Grieves, L.A., Logue, D.M., Quinn, J.S. (2014) Joint-nesting smooth-billed anis, Crotophaga ani, use a functionally referential alarm call system. Animal Behaviour vol. 89 p. 215-221
  • Satoshi Kojima, Mimi H. Kao, and Allison J. Doupe (2013) Task-related “cortical” bursting depends critically on basal ganglia input and is linked to vocal plasticity PNAS 2013 110 (12) 4756-4761
  • Larson, Tracy A.;  Wang, Tsu-Wei;  Gale, Samuel D.;  Miller, Kimberly E.;  Thatra, Nivretta M. et al. (2013) Postsynaptic neural activity regulates neuronal addition in the adult avian song control system. PNAS vol. 110 (41)
  • Satoshi Kojima1 and Allison J. Doupe (2011) Social performance reveals unexpected vocal competency in young songbirds. PNAS, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1010502108
  • Katja Naie and Richard H. R. Hahnloser (2011) Regulation of learned vocal behavior by an auditory motor cortical nucleus in juvenile zebra finches. J Neurophysiol July 2011 106:291-300; published ahead of print April 27, 2011, doi:10.1152/jn.01035.2010
  • Baker, Myron C. (2011) Geographic variation of three vocal signals in the Australian ringneck (Aves: Psittaciformes): Do functionally similar signals have similar spatial distributions? Behaviour, Volume 148, Number 3, 2011 , pp. 373-402(30)
  • Jesse H. Goldberg and Michale S. Fee (2011) Vocal babbling in songbirds requires the basal ganglia-recipient motor thalamus but not the basal ganglia. J Neurophysiol June 2011 105:2729-2739; doi:10.1152/jn.00823.2010
  • John A. Thompson, Mark J. Basista, Wei Wu, Richard Bertram, and Frank Johnson (2011) Dual Pre-Motor Contribution to Songbird Syllable Variation. The Journal of Neuroscience, 5 January 2011, 31(1):322-330; doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.5967-09.2011
  • Bence P. Ölveczky, Timothy M. Otchy,  Jesse H. Goldberg,  Dmitriy Aronov, and Michale S. Fee (2011) Changes in the neural control of a complex motor sequence during learning July 2011 106:386-397; doi:10.1152/jn.00018.2011
  • K. W. Nordeen & E. J. Nordeen (2010) Deafening-Induced Vocal Deterioration in Adult Songbirds Is Reversed by Disrupting a Basal Ganglia-Forebrain Circuit. The Journal of Neuroscience, 26 May 2010, 30(21):7392-7400;doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.6181-09.2010
  • Colbeck, Gabriel J.AU  - Sillett, T. ScottAU  - Webster, Michael S (2010). Asymmetric discrimination of geographical variation in song in a migratory passerine. Animal Behaviour VL 80, 2, 311-318
  • Mimi L. Phan & David S. Vicario (2010) Hemispheric differences in processing of vocalizations depend on early experience. 2010 107 (5) 2301-2306; published ahead of print January 19, 2010,doi:10.1073/pnas.0900091107
  • Nathaniel T. Wheelwright, Meredith B. Swett, Iris I. Levin, Donald E. Kroodsma, Corey R. Freeman-Gallant, Heather Williams (2008) The influence of different tutor types on song learning in a natural bird population.Animal Behaviour Vol 75, I 4, 1479-1493.
  • Myron C. Baker, David E. Gammon (2008) Vocal memes in natural populations of chickadees: why do some memes persist and others go extinct?, Animal Behaviour Volume 75, 279-289.
  • Stephanie L. Plamondon, Franz Goller, Gary J. Rose (2008) Tutor model syntax influences the syntactical and phonological structure of crystallized songs of white-crowned sparrows Animal Behaviour, Available online 23 September 2008
  • Arani Roy and Richard Mooney (2007) Auditory Plasticity in a Basal Ganglia–Forebrain Pathway during Decrystallization of Adult Birdsong. The Journal of Neuroscience,  27(24):6374-6387
  • John A. Thompson, Wei Wu, Richard Bertram, and Frank Johnson (2007) Auditory-Dependent Vocal Recovery in Adult Male Zebra Finches Is Facilitated by Lesion of a Forebrain Pathway That Includes the Basal Ganglia. The Journal of Neuroscience, 27(45):12308 –12320
  • Haesler S, Rochefort C, Georgi B, Licznerski P, Osten P, Constance Scharff (2007) Incomplete and Inaccurate Vocal Imitation after Knockdown of FoxP2 in Songbird Basal Ganglia Nucleus Area X et al. PLoS Biology Vol. 5, No. 12, e321
  • Shane R. Crandall, Naoya Aoki, and Teresa A. Nick (2007) Developmental Modulation of the Temporal Relationship Between Brain and Behavior  Journal of Neurophysiology 97: 806–816
  • Linda Wilbrecht Heather Williams, Nidhi Gangadhar and Fernando Nottebohm (2006) High Levels of New Neuron Addition Persist When the Sensitive Period for Song Learning Is Experimentally Prolonged. The Journal of Neuroscience, 26(36):9135–9141
  • Mimi L. Phan*, Carolyn L. Pytte†, David S. Vicario (2006) Early auditory experience generates long-lasting memories that may subserve vocal learning in songbirds. PNAS vol. 103 no. 4 1088-1093
  • Ölveczky BP, Andalman AS, Fee MS (2005) Vocal Experimentation in the Juvenile Songbird Requires a Basal Ganglia Circuit. PLoS Biology Vol. 3, No. 5, e153