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  1. Figure 2.1 Song dialects in white-crowned sparrows

  2. Soha et al. 2004

  3. Figure 2.2 Hearing is critically important for song learning in the zebra finch

  4. Figure 2.3 Song learning hypothesis based on laboratory experiments with white-crowned sparrows

  5. Figure 2.8 Changes in the song system of young male and female zebra finches

  6. Gurney and Konishi 1980

  7. Figure 2.13 The song system of a typical songbird

  8. Figure 2.9 Timing of gene activity in different components of the avian song control system in males

  9. Figure 2.10 Gene expression in a component of the zebra finch song system

  10. Figure 2.11 A gene important in song learning by male zebra finches

  11. Figure 2.14 Differences in the size of one nucleus of the song system

  12. Figure 2.15 Single cells and song learning in the swamp sparrow

  13. Figure 2.17 The song of a vocal non-learner, the eastern phoebe

  14. Figure 2.16 The phylogeny of song learning in birds

  15. Figure 2.18 The song control systems of parrots, hummingbirds, and oscine songbirds

  16. Figure 2.19 Does bird song repel territorial intruders?

  17. Figure 2.20 White-crowned sparrow females are attracted to songs of male white-crowned sparrows, not songs of other species

  18. Figure 2.21 Songs match habitats

  19. Figure 2.22 The songs sung by great tits differ in cities versus forests

  20. Figure 2.23 Two songs of the white crowned sparrow

  21. Figure 2.24 Dialect selection by male white-crowned sparrows

  22. Figure 2.25 Song type matching in the song sparrow

  23. Figure 2.26 Song matching and communication of aggressive intent in the song sparrow

  24. Figure 2.27 Evidence that male Cassin’s finches direct their songs at females

  25. Figure 2.28 Nutritional stress early in life has large effects brain development and song learning

  26. Figure 2.29 Mean number of precopulatory displays given by female song sparrows in response to playback of the songs of males

  27. Figure 2.31 Measuring female preferences for different kinds of zebra finch songs