Kazuo Okanoya
Kazuo Okanoya
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TitleCited byYear
Twitter evolution: converging mechanisms in birdsong and human speech
JJ Bolhuis, K Okanoya, C Scharff
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 11 (11), 747, 2010
3962010
Songs to syntax: the linguistics of birdsong
RC Berwick, K Okanoya, GJL Beckers, JJ Bolhuis
Trends in cognitive sciences 15 (3), 113-121, 2011
3372011
Adult bengalese finches (Lonchura striata var. domestica) require real‐time auditory feedback to produce normal song syntax
K Okanoya, A Yamaguchi
Journal of neurobiology 33 (4), 343-356, 1997
1991997
The Bengalese Finch
K Okanoya
Ann. NY Acad. Sci 1016, 724-735, 2004
1862004
Hearing in passerine and psittacine birds: a comparative study of absolute and masked auditory thresholds.
K Okanoya, RJ Dooling
Journal of Comparative Psychology 101 (1), 7, 1987
1691987
Revisiting the syntactic abilities of non-human animals: natural vocalizations and artificial grammar learning
C ten Cate, K Okanoya
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367†…, 2012
1652012
Stepwise acquisition of vocal combinatorial capacity in songbirds and human infants
D Lipkind, GF Marcus, DK Bemis, K Sasahara, N Jacoby, M Takahasi, ...
Nature 498 (7452), 104, 2013
1482013
Birdsong neurolinguistics: Songbird context-free grammar claim is premature
GJL Beckers, JJ Bolhuis, K Okanoya, RC Berwick
Neuroreport 23 (3), 139-145, 2012
1402012
Rhythmic synchronization tapping to an audio–visual metronome in budgerigars
A Hasegawa, K Okanoya, T Hasegawa, Y Seki
Scientific reports 1, 120, 2011
1372011
Sad music induces pleasant emotion
A Kawakami, K Furukawa, K Katahira, K Okanoya
Frontiers in psychology 4, 311, 2013
1232013
On-line assessment of statistical learning by event-related potentials
D Abla, K Katahira, K Okanoya
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (6), 952-964, 2008
1212008
Song syntax in Bengalese finches: proximate and ultimate analyses
K Okanoya
Advances in the Study of Behavior 34, 297-346, 2004
1182004
Acoustical and syntactical comparisons between songs of the white-backed munia (Lonchura striata) and its domesticated strain, the Bengalese finch (Lonchura striata var. domestica)
E Honda, K Okanoya
Zoological Science 16 (2), 319-327, 1999
1181999
Sexual display as a syntactical vehicle: the evolution of syntax in birdsong and human language through sexual selection
K Okanoya
The Transaction to Language, 2002
1082002
Auditory perception of conspecific and heterospecific vocalizations in birds: Evidence for special processes.
RJ Dooling, SD Brown, GM Klump, K Okanoya
Journal of Comparative Psychology 106 (1), 20, 1992
1081992
Cross fostering experiments suggest that mice songs are innate
T Kikusui, K Nakanishi, R Nakagawa, M Nagasawa, K Mogi, K Okanoya
PloS one 6 (3), e17721, 2011
972011
Lesion of a higher-order song nucleus disrupts phrase level complexity in Bengalese finches
T Hosino, K Okanoya
Neuroreport 11 (10), 2091-2095, 2000
932000
Speech perception by budgerigars(Melopsittacus undulatus): The voiced-voiceless distinction
RJ Dooling, K Okanoya, SD Brown
Perception & psychophysics 46 (1), 65-71, 1989
891989
Feedback-based error monitoring processes during musical performance: an ERP study
K Katahira, D Abla, S Masuda, K Okanoya
Neuroscience research 61 (1), 120-128, 2008
862008
Developmental stress impairs song complexity but not learning accuracy in non-domesticated zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
R Zann, E Cash
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (3), 391-400, 2008
832008
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