*  Laughter in animals - Wikipedia
When this vocalization is played to dogs in a shelter setting, it can initiate play, promote pro-social behavior, and decrease ... They compared rat vocalizations during social interactions to the joy and laughter commonly experienced by children in social ... "Tickling in juvenile but not adult female rats conditions sexual partner preference". Physiology & Behavior. 107 (1): 17-25. ... Laughter in animals other than humans describes animal behavior which resembles human laughter. Several non-human species ...
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*  Clustering the autisms using glutamate synapse protein interaction networks from cortical and hippocampal tissue of seven mouse...
... to make a series of identical measurements of a synaptic protein interaction network in seven different animal models. We aim ... Abnormal social behavior, fewer ultrasonic vocalizations in adult animals, increased repetitive grooming ... While the majority of lines show deficits in social (nine lines), repetitive (nine lines), or vocalization (four lines) ... We chose day 60 because we wanted to focus on adult animals, since the majority of animal models have been behaviorally tested ...
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*  Mouse vocal communication system: are ultrasounds learned or innate?
Animal Behaviour. 1969;17(2):340-349.. *Nottebohm F, Nottebohm ME. Vocalizations and breeding behaviour of surgically deafened ... Communication of adult rats by ultrasonic vocalization: biological, sociobiological, and neuroscience approaches. ILAR journal ... Ultrasonic courtship vocalizations in wild house mice, Mus musculus musculus. Animal Behaviour. 2010;79(3):757-764. doi: ... 2.1 Vocalizations and the vocal organ. Many animals communicate by broadcasting species-typical acoustic signals including ...
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*  Babbling - Wikipedia
... but the pups also produce vocalizations that mirror those of adults. Both sexes of infants babble, even though as an adult, the ... is a social creature and the vocalizations that it produces depend on the social situation that the animal is in. This bat has ... Sometimes during the babbling period, the motions can be made without any vocalization at all. Signing infants produce manual ... Babbling is common in infants that have a large repertoire of adult vocalizations to learn and this is seen in the pups of sac- ...
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*  Frontiers | Divergent Human Cortical Regions for Processing Distinct Acoustic-Semantic Categories of Natural Sounds: Animal...
This included a previously well described pathway preferential for processing vocalization signals directed laterally from ... we sought to determine if and where cortical pathways in humans might diverge for processing action sounds versus vocalizations ... This was tested by using relatively less semantically complex natural sounds produced by non-conspecific animals rather than ... This was tested by using relatively less semantically complex natural sounds produced by non-conspecific animals rather than ...
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*  Plus it
Animal vocalizations, like human speech and music, exhibit complex statistical structure (Holy and Guo, 2005; Takahashi et al ... as well as frequency discrimination ability in adult animals, were shaped by the higher-order stimulus statistics of the early ... The temporal structure of sequences approximated rat vocalization patterns, which are characterized by bouts of calls repeated ... For each animal, the number of category-symmetric sites was divided by the total number of sites recorded in that animal to ...
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*  Frontiers | Vocal Interactivity in-and-between Humans, Animals, and Robots | Robotics and AI
... vocalisation provides a valuable communication channel through which behaviour may be coordinated and controlled, and ... animals and artificial agents (such as robots), and it identifies a rich set of open research questions that may benefit from ... from assessing animal welfare, to understanding the precursors of human language, to developing voice-based human-machine ... from assessing animal welfare, to understanding the precursors of human language, to developing voice-based human-machine ...
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*  Giant otter - Wikipedia
The giant otter is an especially noisy animal, with a complex repertoire of vocalizations. All otters produce vocalizations, ... An analysis published in 2014 cataloged 22 distinct types of vocalization in adults and 11 in neonates. Each family of otters ... Defence against intruding animals appears to be cooperative: while adult males typically lead in aggressive encounters, cases ... Carter and Rosas have found captive adult animals consume around 10% of their body weight daily-about 3 kilograms (7 lb), in ...
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*  Biology Letters
During babbling, pups mix renditions of all adult vocalization types into long bouts, a behaviour probably supporting the vocal ... 2006). Territorial songs are complex multi-syllabic vocalizations used by adult males for the demarcation of harem territories ... The ability to imitate new sounds is prevalent in humans but very rare in other animals and its evolutionary origin is poorly ... female pups imitate adult territorial songs as readily as male pups, even though only adult males utter territorial songs (Behr ...
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*  White-fronted capuchin - Wikipedia
... an animal trying to keep up with the group; (10) warble - young animals establishing contact or coming close to an adult; (11) ... a lost animal; others answer this call, apparently to direct it back to the group; (8) uh!uh!uh! - a common vocalization during ... Vocalizations are variable, and some are listed as follows: (1) ua - a soft bark given repeatedly and used by all members of ... Additionally, the animal which Yvon Humboldt examined was a tame animal in Maipures, where the species is not usually found. ...
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*  Signature whistle - Wikipedia
It is an animal's ability to imitate vocalizations from other animals of the same species, and eventually produce its own ... Developed by Janik and King, this method combines human observations with vocalization analysis. The vocalizations are recorded ... A calf develops its own signature whistle based on the signature whistle of an adult in its pod. The calf does not copy the ... Unlike other animals, dolphins do not display this behavior in aggressive situations. Humans and dolphins are the only known ...
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*  Wedge-capped capuchin - Wikipedia
Also, adults and sub-adults eat more animal material than juveniles and infants. Food washing has been observed in non-human ... Male aggression toward females is generally limited to vocalizations, lunging, and chasing. On one occasion, however, an adult ... Aggressive behavior includes lunging, vocalization, and chasing. Sometimes many females chase males together. Male aggression, ... O'Brien, Timothy G. (1993). "Allogrooming behaviour among adult female wedge-capped capuchin monkeys". Animal Behaviour. 46: ...
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*  Bark (sound) - Wikipedia
Animal communication Debarking Dog communication Dog training Growling Schassburger, R.M. (1987). "Wolf vocalization: An ... This trait also gives the Basenji the nickname "Barkless Dog." Many animals communicate via various vocalizations. While there ... or the retention of juvenile characteristics in adults. Adult dogs have, for example, large heads, floppy ears, and shortened ... "The influence of domestication upon behavior of animals". Abnormal Behaviour in Animals. Philadelphia: 179-187. Dechambre, E. ( ...
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*  Psittacus - Wikipedia
The influence of the breeding method on the behaviour of adult African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus). Applied Animal ... In an experiment to test the vocalizations of grey parrots, four bred in captivity were placed in an aviary. Throughout the day ... 2013). "Higher-order semantic structures in an African Grey Parrot's Vocalization: evidence from the hyperspace analog to ... In general, most animals cannot associate sounds with objects, such as food, placed into a cup. While originally only the great ...
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*  Roar (vocalization) - Wikipedia
A roar is a type of animal vocalization consisting of both a low fundamental frequency (pitch) and low formant frequency. ... Nonetheless, in some species both sexes can produces these vocalizations. In lions, where both sexes roar, the vocalization ... Roars evolved due to sexual selection, and in many species only one sex roars; for example, in gorillas only the adult male ( ... Mechanisms and evolution of roaring-like vocalization in mammals". In Brudzynski, Stefan M. Handbook of Mammalian Vocalization ...
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*  Bird vocalization - Wikipedia
... may also more informally refer to patterns in bird vocalizations that communicate information to other birds or other animals ... This study offered further support for role of auditory feedback in maintaining adult song stability and demonstrated how adult ... Bird poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins include "Sea and Skylark" and "The Windhover". Animal communication Animal language ... is necessary for song learning in juvenilles and plasticity/maintenance in adults, but not for adult song production. Both ...
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*  Black titi - Wikipedia
Some vocalizations of black titi are listed here: (1). Morning duet - the most commonly heard vocalization of the pair, singing ... given by young animals when complaining of rain or when greeting adults; (5) sharp scream - when fighting to express extra ... especially young animals but also adults when requesting something of another such as food or while grooming another; (8) bark ...
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*  Collared titi - Wikipedia
Some vocalizations of black titi are listed here: (1). Morning duet - the most commonly heard vocalization of the pair, singing ... given by young animals when complaining of rain or when greeting adults; (5) sharp scream - when fighting to express extra ... Vocalizations of this species are very complex, especially a long-call display utilized by these animals, perhaps to regulate ... especially young animals but also adults when requesting something of another such as food or while grooming another; (8) bark ...
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*  Panamanian golden frog - Wikipedia
... which are normally where the grown adult males, which are very territorial, are known to roam. Territorial behaviors by adult ... Its toxicity is not a foolproof method of protection, since some animals, such as the colubrid snake Liophis epinephalus, are ... Despite lacking eardrums, the "earless" frog responds to vocalizations produced by members of its own species. The male frog ... by exhibiting antagonistic behaviors such as turning to face the source of the sound and producing a pulsed vocalization in ...
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*  Brain Sciences | Free Full-Text | Brain. Conscious and Unconscious Mechanisms of Cognition, Emotions, and Language | HTML
... as compared to animal vocalizations. The languages evolved toward conceptual contents, while their emotional contents were ... This child learning is no different mathematically from an adult recognition.). In the example below, Do is the total number of ... The origin of language required freeing vocalization from uncontrolled emotional influences. Initial undifferentiated unity of ... To survive, humans and higher animals have an inborn drive to fit top-down and bottom-up signals. Because the very survival of ...
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*  katescabinbirdsanctuaryintexas: TURKEY BUZZARD MIGRATION IN PROGRESS! (THE REDHEADS DROPPED BY TO SAY HI PHOTO BLOG)
Both adults feed the chicks byregurgitating food for them, and care for them for 10 to 11 weeks. When adults are threatened ... though the Migratory Bird Treaty Act prevents this in the case of uninjured animals or animals capable of returning to the wild ... Lacking a syrinx-the vocal organ of birds-its only vocalizations are grunts or low hisses.[5] It nests in caves, hollow trees, ... The Turkey Vulture, like most other vultures, has very few vocalization capabilities. Because it lacks a syrinx, it can only ...
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*  Assessing behavioural and cognitive domains of autism spectrum disorders in rodents: current status and future perspectives |...
Scattoni ML, Ricceri L, Crawley JN (2011) Unusual repertoire of vocalizations in adult BTBR T+tf/J mice during three types of ... Winslow JT, Hearn EF, Ferguson J, Young LJ, Matzuk MM, Insel TR (2000) Infant vocalization, adult aggression, and fear behavior ... Treit D, Engin E, McEown K (2010) Animal models of anxiety and anxiolytic drug action. Curr Top Behav Neurosci 2:121-160PubMed ... Adult male mice emit context-specific ultrasonic vocalizations that are modulated by prior isolation or group rearing ...
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*  Max Planck Institute Leipzig | Archive
Fruit-eating animals are known to use their spatial memory to relocate fruit, yet, it is unclear how they manage to find fruit ... Such adoptions by adults can last for years and imply extensive care towards the orphans. These observations reveal that, under ... The vocalization capabilities of our closest living relatives, the great apes, often pale in comparison to their flexible ... January 14, 2015: Wild chimpanzee vocalizations can convey information about food patch size ...
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*  Plus it
Natural animal vocalizations are often repeated in bouts (Liu et al., 2003; Schnupp et al., 2006). The temporal repetition rate ... Adult encounter calls were recorded after an adult female rat was introduced to the home cage of a single adult male. Five ... Recording and analysis of animal vocalization.. All procedures used in this study were approved by the University of California ... The repetition rate of rat vocalizations were measured by recording pup isolation calls and adult encounter calls. A total of ...
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*  Animal psychopathology - Wikipedia
... true stereotypy and is more like hair pulling in human and loud vocalizations or screaming can be a stereotypy but vocalization ... However, increased movement and freedom is also stressful for adult sows, which is usually the case after weaning. When placed ... Animal psychopathology is the study of mental or behavioral disorders in animals. Historically, there has been an ... However, domesticated animals including farm, laboratory and pet animals are prone to disorders. Evolutionary fitness drives ...
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