Jonathan F. Prather, Ph.D.

Neuroscience University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States 
Birdsong, animal communication, learning, memory
"Jonathan Prather"
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Masashi Kawasaki research assistant 1993-1995 UVA
Timothy C. Cope grad student 1995-2001 Emory
 (Factors controlling repetitive firing in cat medial gastrocnemius motoneurons: Intrinsic current amplification properties and synaptic input from homonymous muscle and caudal cutaneous sural nerve afferents.)
T Richard Nichols post-doc 2001-2003 Emory
M. J. Pinter post-doc 2001-2003 Emory
Richard D. Mooney post-doc 2003-2009 Duke
Stephen Nowicki post-doc 2003-2009 Duke
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Dunning JL, Pant S, Murphy K, et al. (2020) Female finches prefer courtship signals indicating male vigor and neuromuscular ability. Plos One. 15: e0226580
Elie JE, Hoffmann S, Dunning JL, et al. (2019) From Perception to Action: The Role of Auditory Input in Shaping Vocal Communication and Social Behaviors in Birds. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 94: 61-70
Dunning JL, Maze SE, Atwood EJ, et al. (2018) Caudal mesopallial neurons in female songbirds bridge sensory and motor brain regions. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Moseley DL, Joshi NR, Prather JF, et al. (2017) A neuronal signature of accurate imitative learning in wild-caught songbirds (swamp sparrows, Melospiza georgiana). Scientific Reports. 7: 17320
Pratt KG, Prather JF. (2016) Systems Neuroscience: How the Cortex Contributes to Skilled Movements. Current Biology : Cb. 26: R64-6
Murphy K, Wilson DA, Burton M, et al. (2015) Effectiveness of the GnRH agonist Deslorelin as a tool to decrease levels of circulating testosterone in zebra finches. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 222: 150-7
Heinig A, Pant S, Dunning J, et al. (2014) Male mate preferences in mutual mate choice: finches modulate their songs across and within male-female interactions. Animal Behaviour. 97: 1-12
Dunning JL, Pant S, Bass A, et al. (2014) Mate choice in adult female Bengalese finches: females express consistent preferences for individual males and prefer female-directed song performances. Plos One. 9: e89438
Prather JF. (2013) Auditory signal processing in communication: perception and performance of vocal sounds. Hearing Research. 305: 144-55
Prather J. (2013) The search for a neural basis of communication: Learning, memory, perception and performance of vocal signals Proceedings of Meetings On Acoustics. 19
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