Mapping vocalization-related immediate early gene expression in echolocating bats.

Abstract

Recent studies of spontaneously vocalizing primates, cetaceans, bats and rodents suggest these animals possess a limited but meaningful capacity to manipulate the timing and acoustic structure of their vocalizations, yet the neural substrate for even the simplest forms of vocal modulation in mammals remains unknown. Echolocating bats rapidly and routinely… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2011.06.023

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