• livescience.com | 10/7/2019 | Stephanie Pappas - Live Science Contributor
    Zebra finches usually learn to sing from their fathers. But now, scientists have taught the little birds to memorize a tune without ever learning it — and they did so by implanting memories of the...
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  • Newsweek | 10/4/2019 | Hannah Osborne
    Scientists have implanted memories into the brains of birds, helping young zebra finches to learn a song normally taught to them by their fathers. The team say the breakthrough has revealed a...
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  • The Daily Caller | 10/3/2019 | Staff
    The show today is all about the lies of the left, particularly Congressman Adam Schiff and the media, in regards to the so-called whistleblower report that led Democrats down the impeachment rabbit...
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  • ScienceDaily | 9/2/2019 | Staff
    Over several hundred years, humans have selectively bred dogs to express specific physical and behavioral characteristics. Erin Hecht and colleagues investigated the effects of this selective...
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  • phys.org | 9/25/2017 | Staff
    Big brains can help an animal mount quick, flexible behavioral responses to frequent or unexpected environmental changes. But some birds just don't need 'em. A global study comparing 2,062 birds...
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  • phys.org | 6/28/2013 | Staff
    Head posture if the lateral (horizontal) semi-circular canal is parallel to the ground, in hatching (A), juvenile (B) and adult (C) Psittacosaurus lutjiatunensis. Images not to scale.
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  • ScienceDaily | 7/23/2019 | Staff
    "Figuring out where and how long animal brains store information about past choices can help us more broadly understand models of decision-making," says Jeremiah Cohen, Ph.D.
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