Neural processing of auditory feedback during vocal practice in a songbird

@article{Keller2009NeuralPO,
  title={Neural processing of auditory feedback during vocal practice in a songbird},
  author={Georg B Keller and Richard H. R. Hahnloser},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2009},
  volume={457},
  pages={187-190}
}
Songbirds are capable of vocal learning and communication and are ideally suited to the study of neural mechanisms of complex sensory and motor processing. Vocal communication in a noisy bird colony and vocal learning of a specific song template both require the ability to monitor auditory feedback to distinguish self-generated vocalizations from external sounds and to identify mismatches between the developing song and a memorized template acquired from a tutor. However, neurons that respond… CONTINUE READING
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