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    Frankl-Vilches, C.; Gahr, M.: Androgen and estrogen sensitivity of bird song: A comparative view on gene regulatory levels. Journal of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 204 (1), S. 113 - 126 (2018)
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    Gahr, M.: Vocal communication: Decoding sexy songs. Current Biology 28 (7), S. R315 - R317 (2018)
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    D'Amelio, P.; Klumb, M.; Adreani, M. N.; Gahr, M.; Ter Maat, A.: Individual recognition of opposite sex vocalizations in the zebra finch. Scientific Reports 7, 5579 (2017)
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    Fuxjager, M. J.; Fusani, L.; Goller, F.; Trost, L.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.; Chiver, I.; Ligon, R. M.; Chew, J.; Schlinger, B. A.: Neuromuscular mechanisms of an elaborate wing display in the golden-collared manakin (Manacus vitellinus). The Journal of Experimental Biology 220, S. 4681 - 4688 (2017)
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    Ma, S.; ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Power-law scaling of calling dynamics in zebra finches. Scientific Reports 7, 8397 (2017)
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    Ota, N.; Gahr, M.; Soma, M.: Songbird tap dancing produces non-vocal sounds. Bioacoustics 26 (2), S. 161 - 168 (2017)
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    Quispe Valdez, R.; Brazao Protazio, J. M.; Gahr, M.: Seasonal singing of a songbird living near the equator correlates with minimal changes in day length. Scientific Reports 7, 9140 (2017)
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    da Silva dos Santos, M.; Kretschmer, R.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Bakker, A.; Gahr, M.; O'Brien, P. C. M.; Ferguson-Smith, M. A.; de Oliveira, E. H. C.: Comparative cytogenetics between two important songbird models: The zebra finch and the canary. PLoS One 12 (1), e0170997 (2017)
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    Dittrich, F.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Ko, M.-C.; Diales da Rocha, M.; Leitner, S.; Gahr, M.: Wie Geschlechtshormone den Vogelgesang regulieren. Jahrbuch - Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, S. 1 - 9 (2016)
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    Gill, L.; D'Amelio, P.; Adreani, M. N.; Sagunsky, H.; Gahr, M.; ter Maat, A.: A minimum-impact, flexible tool to study vocal communication of small animals with precise individual-level resolution. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), S. 1349 - 1358 (2016)
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    Quispe Valdez, R.; Sèbe, F.; da Silva, M. L.; Gahr, M.: Dawn-song onset coincides with increased HVC androgen receptor expression but is decoupled from high circulating testosterone in an equatorial songbird. Physiology & Behavior 156, S. 1 - 7 (2016)
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    Seltmann, S.; Trost, L.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Natural melatonin fluctuation and its minimally invasive simulation in the zebra finch. PeerJ 4, e1939 (2016)
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    Frankl-Vilches, C.; Kuhl, H.; Werber, M.; Klages, S.; Kerick, M.; Bakker, A.; de Oliveira, E. H. C.; Reusch, C.; Capuano, F.; Vowinckel, J. et al.; Leitner, S.; Ralser, M.; Timmermann, B.; Gahr, M.: Using the canary genome to decipher the evolution of hormone-sensitive gene regulation in seasonal singing birds. Genome Biology 16, 19 (2015)
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    Fusani, L.; Gahr, M.: Differential expression of melatonin receptor subtypes MelIa, MelIb and MelIc in relation to melatonin binding in the male songbird brain. Brain, behavior and evolution 85 (1), S. 4 - 14 (2015)
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    Gill, L.; Goymann, W.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Patterns of call communication between group-housed zebra finches change during the breeding cycle. eLife 4, e07770 (2015)
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    Lobato, M.; Vellema, M.; Gahr, C.; Leitão, A.; de Lima, S.; Geberzahn, N.; Gahr, M.: Mismatch in sexual dimorphism of developing song and song control system in blue-capped cordon-bleus, a songbird species with singing females and males. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 117 (2015)
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    Ota, N.; Gahr, M.; Soma, M.: Tap dancing birds: The multimodal mutual courtship display of males and females in a socially monogamous songbird. Scientific Reports 5, 16614 (2015)
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    Quispe Valdez, R.; Trappschuh, M.; Gahr, M.; Goymann, W.: Towards more physiological manipulations of hormones in field studies: Comparing the release dynamics of three kinds of testosterone implants, silastic tubing, time-release pellets and beeswax. General and Comparative Endocrinology 212, S. 100 - 105 (2015)
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    Schwabl, H.; Dowling, J.; Baldassarre, D. T.; Gahr, M.; Lindsay, W. R.; Webster, M. S.: Variation in song system anatomy and androgen levels does not correspond to song characteristics in a tropical songbird. Animal Behaviour 104, S. 39 - 50 (2015)
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    Dittrich, F.; Ramenda, C.; Grillitsch, D.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Ko, M.-C.; Hertel, M.; Goymann, W.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Regulatory mechanisms of testosterone-stimulated song in the sensorimotor nucleus HVC of female songbirds. BMC Neuroscience 15 (1), 128 (2014)
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    Gahr, M.: How hormone-sensitive are bird songs and what are the underlying mechanisms? Acta Acustica United with Acustica 100 (4), S. 705 - 718 (2014)
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    Vellema, M.; Hertel, M.; Urbanus, S. L.; Van der Linden, A.; Gahr, M.: Evaluating the predictive value of doublecortin as a marker for adult neurogenesis in canaries (Serinus canaria). The Journal of Comparative Neurology 522 (6), S. 1299 - 1315 (2014)
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    Vellema, M.; Ko, M.-C.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Gahr, M.: What makes a marker a good marker? Brain, behavior and evolution 84 (1), S. 5 - 7 (2014)
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    Voigt, C.; Gahr, M.; Leitner, S.; Lutermann, H.; Bennett, N.: Breeding status and social environment differentially affect the expression of sex steroid receptor and aromatase mRNA in the brain of female Damaraland mole-rats. Frontiers in Zoology 11, 38 (2014)
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    ter Maat, A.; Trost, L.; Sagunsky, H.; Seltmann, S.; Gahr, M.: Zebra finch mates use their forebrain song system in unlearned call communication. PLoS One 9 (10), e109334 (2014)
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    Apfelbeck, B. A.; Mortega, K. G.; Kiefer, S.; Kipper, S.; Vellema, M.; Villavicencio, C. P.; Gahr, M.; Goymann, W.: Associated and disassociated patterns in hormones, song, behavior and brain receptor expression between life-cycle stages in male black redstarts, Phoenicurus ochruros. General and Comparative Endocrinology 184, S. 93 - 102 (2013)
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    Deregnaucourt, S.; Gahr, M.: Horizontal transmission of the father's song in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). Biology Letters 9 (4), 20130247 (2013)
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    Deregnaucourt, S.; Poirier, C.; Van der Kant, A.; Van der Linden, A.; Gahr, M.: Comparisons of different methods to train a young zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) to learn a song. Journal of Physiology-Paris 107 (3), S. 210 - 218 (2013)
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    Dittrich, F.; ter Maat, A.; Jansen, R. F.; Pieneman, A.; Hertel, M.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Gahr, M.: Maximized song learning of juvenile male zebra finches following BDNF expression in the HVC. European Journal of Neuroscience 38 (9), S. 3338 - 3344 (2013)
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    Geberzahn, N.; Gahr, M.: Song Learning in Male and Female Uraeginthus cyanocephalus, a Tropical Songbird Species. Journal of Comparative Psychology 127 (4), S. 352 - 364 (2013)
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    Hirschenhauser, K.; Gahr, M.; Goymann, W.: Winning and losing in public: Audiences direct future success in Japanese quail. Hormones and Behavior 63 (4), S. 625 - 633 (2013)
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    Van der Kant, A.; Deregnaucourt, S.; Gahr, M.; Van der Linden, A.; Poirier, C.: Representation of early sensory experience in the adult auditory midbrain: Implications for vocal learning. PLoS One 8 (4), e61764 (2013)
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    Beckers, G. J. L.; Gahr, M.: Large-Scale Synchronized Activity during Vocal Deviance Detection in the Zebra Finch Auditory Forebrain. The Journal of Neuroscience 32 (31), S. 10594 - 10608 (2012)
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    Deregnaucourt, S.; Saar, S.; Gahr, M.: Melatonin affects the temporal pattern of vocal signatures in birds. Journal of Pineal Research 53 (3), S. 245 - 258 (2012)
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    Poot, H.; ter Maat, A.; Trost, L.; Schwabl, I.; Jansen, R. F.; Gahr, M.: Behavioural and physiological effects of population density on domesticated Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata) held in aviaries. Physiology & Behavior 105 (3), S. 821 - 828 (2012)
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    Geberzahn, N.; Gahr, M.: Undirected (solitary) birdsong in female and male blue-capped cordon-bleus (Uraeginthus cyanocephalus) and its endocrine correlates. PLoS One 6 (10), e26485 (2011)
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    Pfannkuche, K. A.; Gahr, M.; Weites, I. M.; Riedstra, B.; Reusch, C.; Groothuis, T. G. G.: Examining a pathway for hormone mediated maternal effects - Yolk testosterone affects androgen receptor expression and endogenous testosterone production in young chicks (Gallus gallus domesticus). General and Comparative Endocrinology 172 (3), S. 487 - 493 (2011)
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    Stiedl, O.; Youn, J.; Hager, T.; Jansen, R. F.; Ogren, S. O.; Meyer, M.; ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Integrated behavioural and physiological measures in fear learning. European Neuropsychopharmacology 21 (Suppl. 1), S. S33 - S34 (2011)
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    Voigt, C.; Gahr, M.: Social status affects the degree of sex difference in the songbird brain. PLoS One 6 (6), e20723 (2011)
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    Beckers, G. J. L.; Gahr, M.: Neural processing of short-term recurrence in songbird vocal communication. PLoS One 5 (6), e11129 (2010)
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    Vellema, M.; Van der Linden, A.; Gahr, M.: Area-Specific Migration and Recruitment of New Neurons in the Adult Songbird Brain. The Journal of Comparative Neurology 518 (9), S. 1442 - 1459 (2010)
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    Deregnaucourt, S.; Saar, S.; Gahr, M.: Dynamics of crowing development in the domestic Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1665), S. 2153 - 2162 (2009)
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    Hartog, T. E.; Dittrich, F.; Pieneman, A. W.; Jansen, R. F.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Lessmann, V.; Lilliehook, C.; Goldman, S. A.; Gahr, M.: Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Signaling in the HVC Is Required for Testosterone-Induced Song of Female Canaries. The Journal of Neuroscience 29 (49), S. 15511 - 15519 (2009)
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    Gahr, M.; Metzdorf, R.; Schmidl, D.; Wickler, W.: Bi-Directional sexual dimorphisms of the song control nucleus HVC in a songbird with unison song. PLoS One 3 (8), e3073 (2008)
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    Gahr, M.: Sexual Differentiation of the Vocal Control System of Birds. Genetics of Sexual Differentiation and Sexually Dimorphic Behaviors 59, S. 67 - 105 (2007)
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    Hodgson, Z. G.; Meddle, S. L.; Roberts, M. L.; Buchanan, K. L.; Matthew, R. E.; Metzdorf, R.; Gahr, M.; Healy, S. D.: Spatial ability is impaired and hippocampal mineralocorticoid receptor mRNA expression reduced in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) selected for acute high corticosterone response to stress. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1607), S. 239 - 245 (2007)
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    Voigt, C.; Leitner, S.; Gahr, M.: Socially induced brain differentiation in a cooperatively breeding songbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1626), S. 2645 - 2652 (2007)
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    Bolhuis, J. J.; Gahr, M.: Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 7 (5), S. 347 - 357 (2006)
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    Dietzen, C.; Voigt, C.; Wink, M.; Gahr, M.; Leitner, S.: Phylogeography of Island Canary (Serinus canaria) populations. Journal of Ornithology 147 (3), S. 485 - 494 (2006)
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    Fusani, L.; Gahr, M.: Hormonal influence on song structure and organization: The role of estrogen. Neuroscience 138 (3), S. 939 - 946 (2006)
 
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