Recommended Readings: Michale Fee, Ph.D. Friday December 11, 2020

Recommended Readings: Michale Fee, Ph.D. Friday December 11, 2020

Webinar Friday Lecture SeriesMichale Fee, Ph.D.

(open to the Tri-I community)

Friday, December 11, 2020

Michale Fee, Ph.D.

Glen V. and Phyllis F. Dorflinger Professor of Neuroscience

Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

                        Music in the Brain: The neuronal control and learning of bird song

Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Mackevicius, Emily L.; Happ, Michael T. L.; Fee, Michale S. (2020). An avian cortical circuit for chunking tutor song syllables into simple vocal-motor units. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 11 (1)

Mackevicius, Emily L. vi; Bahle, Andrew H.; Williams, Alex H.; et al. (2019). Unsupervised discovery of temporal sequences in high-dimensional datasets, with applications to neuroscience. ELIFE. 8

Mackevicius, Emily Lambert; Fee, Michale Sean. (2018). Building a state space for song learning. CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY. 49: 59-68

Danish, Husain H.; Aronov, Dmitriy; Fee, Michale S. (2017). Rhythmic syllable-related activity in a songbird motor thalamic nucleus necessary for learned vocalizations. PLOS ONE. 12 (6)

Lynch, Galen F.; Okubo, Tatsuo S.; Hanuschkin, Alexander; et al. (2016). Rhythmic Continuous-Time Coding in the Songbird Analog of Vocal Motor Cortex. NEURON. 90 (4): 877-892

Okubo, Tatsuo S.; Mackevicius, Emily L.; Payne, Hannah L.; et al. (2015). Growth and splitting of neural sequences in songbird vocal development. NATURE. 528 (7582): 352-357

Review Paper

Fee, Michale S.; Long, Michael A. (2011). New methods for localizing and manipulating neuronal dynamics in behaving animals. CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY. 21 (5): 693-700

Book Chapter

Fee, Michale S.; Long, Michael A. (2013). Neural Mechanisms Underlying the Generation of Birdsong: A Modular Sequential Behavior. BIRDSONG, SPEECH, AND LANGUAGE: EXPLORING THE EVOLUTION OF MIND AND BRAIN. 353-377

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