Neural activity associated with rhythmicity of song in juvenile male and female zebra finches.

Abstract

Rhythm is an important aspect of both human speech and birdsong. Adult zebra finches show increased neural activity following exposure to arrhythmic compared to rhythmic song in regions similar to the mammalian auditory association cortex and amygdala. This pattern may indicate that birds are detecting errors in the arrhythmic song relative to their learned… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2017.12.003

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