Michael Beecher
Michael Beecher
Professor of Psychology & Biology, Department of Psychology, University of Washington
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Neural Lateralization of Species-Specific Vocalizations by Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata)
MR Petersen, MD Beecher, SR Zoloth, DB Moody, WC Stebbins
Science 202 (4365), 324-327, 1978
Functional aspects of song learning in songbirds
MD Beecher, EA Brenowitz
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (3), 143-149, 2005
Song as an aggressive signal in songbirds
WA Searcy, MD Beecher
Animal Behaviour 78 (6), 1281-1292, 2009
Signature systems and kin recognition
MD Beecher
American Zoologist 22 (3), 477-490, 1982
Signalling systems for individual recognition: an information theory approach
MD Beecher
Animal Behaviour 38 (2), 248-261, 1989
Seasonal changes in testosterone, neural attributes of song control nuclei, and song structure in wild songbirds
GT Smith, EA Brenowitz, MD Beecher, JC Wingfield
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (15), 6001-6010, 1997
Sociobiology of bank swallows: reproductive strategy of the male
MD Beecher, IM Beecher
Science 205 (4412), 1282-1285, 1979
Song learning in birds: diversity and plasticity, opportunities and challenges
EA Brenowitz, MD Beecher
Trends in neurosciences 28 (3), 127-132, 2005
Song-type matching between neighbouring song sparrows
MD Beecher, SE Campbell, JM Burt, CE Hill, JC Nordby
Animal Behaviour 59 (1), 21-27, 2000
Parent-offspring recognition in bank swallows (Riparia riparia): II. Development and acoustic basis
MD Beecher, IM Beecher, S Hahn
Animal Behaviour 29 (1), 95-101, 1981
Territory tenure in song sparrows is related to song sharing with neighbours, but not to repertoire size
MD Beecher, SE Campbell, JC Nordby
Animal behaviour 59 (1), 29-37, 2000
Repertoire matching between neighbouring song sparrows
MD Beecher, PK Stoddard, SE Campbell, CL Horning
Animal Behaviour 51, 917-923, 1996
Correlation of song learning and territory establishment strategies in the Song Sparrow.
MD Beecher, SE Campbell, PK Stoddard
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (4), 1450-1454, 1994
Perception of conspecific vocalizations by Japanese macaques: Evidence for selective attention and neural lateralization
MD Beecher, MR Petersen, SR Zoloth, DB Moody, WC Stebbins
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 16 (5-6), 443-460, 1979
Song type matching as threat: a test using interactive playback
JM Burt, SE Campbell, MD Beecher
Animal Behaviour 62 (6), 1163-1170, 2001
Recognition of individual neighbors by song in the song sparrow, a species with song repertoires
PK Stoddard, MD Beecher, CL Horning, SE Campbell
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 29, 211-215, 1991
Neural lateralization of vocalizations by Japanese macaques: communicative significance is more important than acoustic structure.
MR Petersen, MD Beecher, SR Zoloth, S Green, PR Marler, DB Moody, ...
Behavioral neuroscience 98 (5), 779, 1984
Successes and failures of parent-offspring recognition in animals
MD Beecher
Kin recognition 94, 124, 1991
Kin recognition in birds
MD Beecher
Behavior Genetics 18 (4), 465-482, 1988
Species-specific perceptual processing of vocal sounds by monkeys
SR Zoloth, MR Petersen, MD Beecher, S Green, P Marler, DB Moody, ...
Science 204 (4395), 870-873, 1979
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