Bird vocalisations : their relations to current problems in biology and psychology; essays presented to W. H. Thorpe / edited by R. A. Hinde
- Foreward, by K. Z. Lorenz -- Tonal quality of bird sounds, by P. Marler -- Experimental studies in the ontogeny of avian vocalizations, by M. Konishi and F. Nottebohm -- Song as a reinforcer, by J. G. Stevenson -- Song development in the zebra finch and other Estrildid finches, by K. Immelmann -- The control of avian vocalization by the central nervous system, by J. L. Brown--The effects of testosterone on avian vocalizations, by R. J. Andrew -- Roles of budgerigar vocalization in the integration of breeding behaviour, by B. F. Brockway -- Communication in canary courtship calls, by J. A. Mulligan and K. C. Olsen -- Duetting, by T. Hooker and B. I. Hooker (Lade) -- Functions of territorial song in the white-throated sparrow, by J. B. Falls -- Embryonic communication, respiration and the synchronization of hatching, by M. A. Vince -- Functional and ecological aspects of vocalization in weaverbirds, by J. H. Crook -- Vocal characters and avian systematics, by W. E. Lanyon -- Geographic variation in bird vocalizations, by G. Thielcke -- Aspects of the evolution of man's appreciation of bird song, by E. A. Armstrong -- The aesthetic content of bird song, by J. Hall-Craggs.
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