Jill A. Soha

Duke University, Durham, NC 
"Jill Soha"
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Karl Herrup research assistant Case Western
Mark Konishi research assistant Caltech
Peter R. Marler grad student 1999 UC Davis
Douglas A. Nelson post-doc Ohio State
Patricia G. Parker post-doc Ohio State
Stephen Nowicki research scientist 2011- Duke


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Allison Doupe collaborator UCSF
Bernie Lohr collaborator Duke
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Sewall KB, Anderson RC, Soha JA, et al. (2018) Early life conditions that impact song learning in male zebra finches also impact neural and behavioral responses to song in females. Developmental Neurobiology
Soha JA, Peters S. (2015) Vocal Learning in Songbirds and Humans: A Retrospective in Honor of Peter Marler Ethology. 121: 933-945
Sewall KB, Soha JA, Peters S, et al. (2013) Potential trade-off between vocal ornamentation and spatial ability in a songbird. Biology Letters. 9: 20130344
Seger-Fullam KD, Rodewald AD, Soha JA. (2011) Urban noise predicts song frequency in northern cardinals and american robins Bioacoustics. 20: 267-276
Soha JA, Lohr B, Gill DE. (2009) Song development in the grasshopper sparrow, Ammodramus savannarum Animal Behaviour. 77: 1479-1489
Nelson DA, Soha JA. (2004) Male and female white-crowned sparrows respond differently to geographic variation in song Behaviour. 141: 53-69
Nelson DA, Hallberg KI, Soha JA. (2004) Cultural evolution of Puget Sound white-crowned sparrow song dialects Ethology. 110: 879-908
Soha JA, Nelson DA, Parker PG. (2004) Genetic analysis of song dialect populations in Puget Sound white-crowned sparrows Behavioral Ecology. 15: 636-646
Nelson DA, Soha JA. (2004) Perception of geographical variation in song by male Puget Sound white-crowned sparrows, Zonotrichia leucophrys pugetensis Animal Behaviour. 68: 395-405
Soha JA, Whaling C. (2002) Responses of adult white-crowned sparrows to playback of song phrases: Implications for the ontogeny of song recognition Condor. 104: 848-854
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