Timothy Wright, Ph.D.

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New Mexico State University New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, United States 
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Wright TF, Dahlin CR. (2018) Vocal dialects in parrots: patterns and processes of cultural evolution. The Emu. 118: 50-66
Sewall KB, Young AM, Wright TF. (2016) Social calls provide novel insights into the evolution of vocal learning. Animal Behaviour. 120: 163-172
Eberhard JR, Wright TF. (2016) Rearrangement and evolution of mitochondrial genomes in parrots. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 94: 34-46
Schweizer M, Wright TF, Peñalba JV, et al. (2015) Molecular phylogenetics suggests a New Guinean origin and frequent episodes of founder-event speciation in the nectarivorous lories and lorikeets (Aves: Psittaciformes). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 90: 34-48
Edelaar P, Roques S, Hobson EA, et al. (2015) Shared genetic diversity across the global invasive range of the monk parakeet suggests a common restricted geographic origin and the possibility of convergent selection. Molecular Ecology. 24: 2164-76
Hara E, Perez JM, Whitney O, et al. (2015) Neural FoxP2 and FoxP1 expression in the budgerigar, an avian species with adult vocal learning. Behavioural Brain Research. 283: 22-9
Whitney O, Voyles T, Hara E, et al. (2015) Differential FoxP2 and FoxP1 expression in a vocal learning nucleus of the developing budgerigar. Developmental Neurobiology. 75: 778-90
Ibarra V, Araya-Salas M, Tang YP, et al. (2015) An RFID based smart feeder for hummingbirds Sensors (Switzerland). 15: 31751-31761
Hobson EA, John DJ, McIntosh TL, et al. (2015) The effect of social context and social scale on the perception of relationships in monk parakeets Current Zoology. 61: 55-69
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
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