Songbird lectures and podcasts compiled into one place

26Mar15

I’m trying to collect all of the lectures relevant to songbirds into one place. I’m going to start by combing  through some sources I’m already familiar with like podcasts. If I leave any out, please post them in the comments and I’ll try to update the main post. Thanks!

Songbird lectures sorted by date:

Sam Sober, UTSA Neuroscientists Talk Shop Oct 2014

Todd Roberts, UTSA Neuroscientists Talk Shop Mar 2014

Eric Fortune, UTSA Neuroscientists Talk Shop Sep 2013

Annemie Van der Linden, “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) with Auditory Stimulation in Songbirds,” Jove Jun 2013

Mimi Kao, “What songbirds can teach us about learning and the brain,” TEDxCaltech Feb 2013

Sam Sober, “A Lightweight, Headphones-based System for Manipulating Auditory Feedback in Songbirds” Jove Nov 2012

Erich Jarvis, “Brain Evolution: How Birds and Humans Learn to Sing and Talk” Georgia Tech Honors Program Oct 2012

Alan Kamail, “Bird Brain! Compliment or Insult,” Nebraska Lecture  Sep 2012

Erich Jarvis, UTSA Neuroscientists Talk Shop Apr 2012

Michale Fee, “The Role of Basal Ganglia Circuits in Vocal Learning in the Songbird: A Hypothesis” NIH Videocasts Jan 2012

Allison Doupe, 15th Annual Swartz Foundation MIND/BRAIN Lecture Apr 2011

William Grisham, UCLA Modular Digital Course in Undergraduate Neuroscience Education – Lecture 1Lecture 2, Lecture 3, Lecture 4 Oct 2011

Ila Fiete, UTSA Neuroscientists Talk Shop Nov 2009

Harvey Karten, “Bird Brains,” UCTV Grey Matters Jan 2008

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Also possibly of interest:

Dopamine Symposium w/ Bruce Bean, Jim Surmeier, Carlos Paladini, Jochen Roper, John Williams, and Charles Wilson, UTSA Neuroscientists Talk Shop.

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