He hears, she hears: are there sex differences in auditory processing?

@article{Yoder2015HeHS,
  title={He hears, she hears: are there sex differences in auditory processing?},
  author={Kathleen M Yoder and Mimi L. Phan and Kai Lu and David S. Vicario},
  journal={Developmental neurobiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={75 3},
  pages={302-14}
}
Songbirds learn individually unique songs through vocal imitation and use them in courtship and territorial displays. Previous work has identified a forebrain auditory area, the caudomedial nidopallium (NCM), that appears specialized for discriminating and remembering conspecific vocalizations. In zebra finches (ZFs), only males produce learned… CONTINUE READING