Jon T. Sakata, Ph.D.

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2010- Biology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
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David Crews grad student 1996-2002 UT Austin
Francisco Gonzalez-Lima grad student 1996-2002 UT Austin
 (Neural correlates and modulators of social plasticity.)
Michael S. Brainard post-doc UCSF
Theresa Jones post-doc 2002-2003 UT Austin

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Benjamin Thomas Jung research assistant 2016-2017 McGill
Logan James grad student 2013- McGill
Raina Fan grad student 2018- McGill
Malcolm Kennedy grad student 2018- McGill
Laura Matheson grad student 2012-2014 McGill
Yining Chen grad student 2014-2016 McGill
Danielle Toccalino grad student 2014-2016 McGill
Gaurav Isola grad student 2016-2018 McGill
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James LS, Davies R, Mori C, et al. (2020) Manipulations of sensory experiences during development reveal mechanisms underlying vocal learning biases in zebra finches. Developmental Neurobiology
James LS, Sun H, Wada K, et al. (2020) Statistical learning for vocal sequence acquisition in a songbird. Scientific Reports. 10: 2248
Isola GR, Vochin A, Sakata JT. (2020) Manipulations of inhibition in cortical circuitry differentially affect spectral and temporal features of Bengalese finch song. Journal of Neurophysiology
James LS, Fan R, Sakata JT. (2019) Behavioural responses to video and live presentations of females reveal a dissociation between performance and motivational aspects of birdsong. The Journal of Experimental Biology
James LS, Sakata JT. (2019) Developmental modulation and predictability of age-dependent vocal plasticity in adult zebra finches. Brain Research. 146336
Dai JB, Chen Y, Sakata JT. (2018) EGR-1 expression in catecholamine-synthesizing neurons reflects auditory learning and correlates with responses in auditory processing areas. Neuroscience
James LS, Dai JB, Sakata JT. (2018) Ability to modulate birdsong across social contexts develops without imitative social learning. Biology Letters. 14
James LS, Sakata JT. (2017) Learning Biases Underlie "Universals" in Avian Vocal Sequencing. Current Biology : Cb. 27: 3676-3682.e4
Murphy K, James LS, Sakata JT, et al. (2017) Advantages of Comparative Studies in Songbirds to Understand the Neural Basis of Sensorimotor Integration. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00623.2016
Toccalino DC, Sun H, Sakata JT. (2016) Social Memory Formation Rapidly and Differentially Affects the Motivation and Performance of Vocal Communication Signals in the Bengalese Finch (Lonchura striata var. domestica). Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 10: 113
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