Michael D. Beecher mainly investigates Communication, Repertoire, Zoology, Melospiza and Animal communication. In Communication, Michael D. Beecher works on issues like Matching, which are connected to Type. The Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Incubation, Reproductive strategy and Sociobiology.
His Melospiza study is related to the wider topic of Sparrow. His work carried out in the field of Sparrow brings together such families of science as Social relation, Animal ecology and Mimicry. His research investigates the connection between Animal communication and topics such as Perception that intersect with problems in Macaque, Vocal communication and Active listening.
Melospiza, Communication, Animal communication, Zoology and Repertoire are his primary areas of study. His Melospiza study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Singing and Songbird. His work in Communication addresses subjects such as Matching, which are connected to disciplines such as Type.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Social psychology, Perception and Sound production in addition to Animal communication. His Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Ecology and Parent offspring. His Repertoire study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Evolutionary biology, Speech recognition, Seasonal breeder and Memorization.
Michael D. Beecher focuses on Melospiza, Communication, Aggression, Sparrow and Animal communication. His Melospiza research is within the category of Zoology. His study in Communication focuses on Territoriality in particular.
His Aggression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Honesty and Affect. His study in Animal communication is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Modality, Speech recognition and Noise. His studies examine the connections between Repertoire and genetics, as well as such issues in Seasonal breeder, with regards to Social relation.
Michael D. Beecher mostly deals with Melospiza, Communication, Sparrow, Social psychology and Animal communication. His Melospiza study combines Ecology and Zoology studies. His work in Communication tackles topics such as Singing which are related to areas like Vocal learning and Perception.
His Sparrow research incorporates elements of Cognitive psychology and Repertoire. As a part of the same scientific study, Michael D. Beecher usually deals with the Repertoire, concentrating on Mating and frequently concerns with Nest. Michael D. Beecher interconnects Riparia and Burrow in the investigation of issues within Social psychology.
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Functional aspects of song learning in songbirds
Michael D. Beecher;Eliot A. Brenowitz.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2005)
Evolution and Learning
Robert C. Bolles;Michael D. Beecher.
Song as an aggressive signal in songbirds
William A. Searcy;Michael D. Beecher.
Animal Behaviour (2009)
Signalling systems for individual recognition: an information theory approach
Michael D. Beecher.
Animal Behaviour (1989)
Sociobiology of Bank Swallows: Reproductive Strategy of the Male
Michael D. Beecher;Inger Mornestam Beecher.
Signature Systems and Kin Recognition
Michael D. Beecher.
Integrative and Comparative Biology (1982)
Seasonal Changes in Testosterone, Neural Attributes of Song Control Nuclei, and Song Structure in Wild Songbirds
G. Troy Smith;Eliot A. Brenowitz;Michael D. Beecher;John C. Wingfield.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1997)
Territory tenure in song sparrows is related to song sharing with neighbours, but not to repertoire size
Michael D. Beecher;S.Elizabeth Campbell;J.Cully Nordby.
Animal Behaviour (2000)
Song-type matching between neighbouring song sparrows.
Michael D. Beecher;S.Elizabeth Campbell;John M. Burt;Christopher E. Hill.
Animal Behaviour (2000)
Repertoire matching between neighbouring song sparrows
Michael D. Beecher;Philip K. Stoddard;Elizabeth S. Campbell;Cynthia L. Horning.
Animal Behaviour (1996)
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