At Columbia University, Sarah Woolley, studies the parallels between the brains of humans and songbirds – specifically, in their use of language or song.
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“Songbirds, like humans, have the rare ability to learn complex vocalization—what we call ‘song,’” explains Woolley. “This makes them very important for studying vocal communication and auditory perception.”
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Songbirds, Both Human and Avian, in Spotlight at Café Science
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