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Updated: May 24th, 2024 07:18

2024 journal article

Estrogenic influences on agonistic behavior in teleost fishes

HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR, 161.

By: K. Stennette & J. Godwin

author keywords: Estrogen; Aromatase; Teleost; Fishes; Sociosexual behavior; Aggression; Agonistic behavior; Estrogen receptor
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: May 20, 2024

2024 journal article

Male and female red-cheeked cordon bleus sing similar yet individualistic songs

JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA, 155(3), 1909–1915.

By: E. Rose*, A. Scofield*, A. Wenstrom*, K. Stennette n, B. Shank* & G. Ball*

Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: April 1, 2024

2023 journal article

Sound Order Discrimination in Two Species of Birds–Taeniopygia guttata and Melopsittacus undulatus

Journal of Comparative Psychology, 137(1), 29–37.

By: K. Stennette*, A. Fishbein, N. Prior, G. Ball & R. Dooling

Contributors: K. Stennette*, A. Fishbein, N. Prior, G. Ball & R. Dooling

TL;DR: Results are surprising in that zebra finch males sing their full motif syllable sequence with a high degree of stereotypy throughout life, suggesting that this consistency in production may not rely on perceptual mechanisms for processing syllable order in adulthood. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: ORCID
Added: March 15, 2024

2022 journal article

Neuroendocrine and behavioral response to testosterone-induced female song in canaries (Serinus canaria)

Physiology and Behavior, 250.

By: E. Rose, C. Haakenson, K. Stennette*, A. Patel, S. Gaind, B. Shank, F. Madison, G. Ball

Contributors: E. Rose, C. Haakenson, K. Stennette*, A. Patel, S. Gaind, B. Shank, F. Madison, G. Ball

TL;DR: This study addressed to what extent female canary songs are masculinized by the administration of exogenous T based on the behavioral and physiological responses of avian receivers and found that playback of 3-week T song significantly increased sexual response behaviors and the expression of ZENK in the auditory brain regions of female listeners. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: ORCID
Added: March 15, 2024

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