J Michael Bailey

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Vowel production in gay, lesbian, bisexual ͑GLB͒, and heterosexual speakers was examined. Differences in the acoustic characteristics of vowels were found as a function of sexual orientation. Lesbian and bisexual women produced less fronted /u/ and /Ä/ than heterosexual women. Gay men produced a more expanded vowel space than heterosexual men. However, the(More)
Understanding inter- and intraspecific variation in parental care has been an important focus in studies of avian behaviour and evolution. Unfortunately, typical methods for quantifying parental care, such as field observation and video recordings, can be extremely time-consuming. Here, we demonstrate that utilizing behavioural analysis software, such as(More)
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