Christine R. Dahlin, Ph.D.

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New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, United States 
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Timothy Wright grad student 2010 New Mexico State
 (Structure and function of a complex vocal signal: Duets of the yellow-naped Amazon (Amazona auropalliata).)
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Wright TF, Dahlin CR. (2018) Vocal dialects in parrots: patterns and processes of cultural evolution. The Emu. 118: 50-66
Henning JD, DeGroote L, Dahlin CR. (2015) Implementation of a sampling strategy to detect West Nile virus in oral and cloacal samples in live song birds. Journal of Virological Methods. 222: 81-4
Dahlin CR, Young AM, Cordier B, et al. (2014) A test of multiple hypotheses for the function of call sharing in female budgerigars, Melopsittacus undulatus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 68: 145-161
Dahlin CR, Benedict L. (2014) Angry birds need not apply: A perspective on the flexible form and multifunctionality of avian vocal duets Ethology. 120: 1-10
Dahlin CR, Wright TF. (2012) Does syntax contribute to the function of duets in a parrot, Amazona auropalliata? Animal Cognition. 15: 647-56
Dahlin CR, Wright TF. (2012) Duet function in the yellow-naped amazon, Amazona auropalliata: evidence from playbacks of duets and solos. Ethology : Formerly Zeitschrift Fur Tierpsychologie. 118: 95-105
Dahlin CR, Wright TF. (2009) Duets in yellow-naped amazons: Variation in syntax, note composition and phonology at different levels of social organization Ethology. 115: 857-871
Wright TF, Dahlin CR, Salinas-Melgoza A. (2008) Stability and change in vocal dialects of the yellow-naped amazon. Animal Behaviour. 76: 1017-1027
Wright TF, Dahlin CR. (2007) Pair duets in the yellow-naped amazon (Amazona auropalliata): Phonology and syntax Behaviour. 144: 207-228
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