21. Using Interactive Playback to Study How Songs and Singing Contribute to Communication about Behavior

@inproceedings{Smith202021UI,
  title={21. Using Interactive Playback to Study How Songs and Singing Contribute to Communication about Behavior},
  author={W. John Smith},
  year={2020}
}

A community context for aggression? Multi‐species audience effects on territorial aggression in two species of Paridae

Evidence is found that heterospecific audiences significantly influenced the metrics of territorial aggression of free‐living animals and it is suggested that the definition of audience effects on the behavior of free-living animals be expanded to incorporate heterosPEcific audiences.

Passerine Birds

Two separate areas of the brain differentially guide the development of a song control nucleus in the zebra finch, which is associated with augmented song system anatomy inZebra finches.