Jeffrey Podos

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Biology University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
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Stephen Nowicki grad student 1996 Duke (Neurotree)

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Jonathan Patrick Kelley research assistant 2002-2002 U Mass Amherst (Neurotree)
Sarah K. Huber grad student 2007 U Mass Amherst
Dana L. Moseley grad student 2014 U Mass Amherst
Andrew P. Hendry post-doc 2001-2002 U Mass Amherst
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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
Chaves JA, Cooper EA, Hendry AP, et al. (2016) Genomic variation at the tips of the adaptive radiation of Darwin's finches. Molecular Ecology
Goodwin SE, Podos J. (2015) Reply to Akçay & Beecher: yes, team of rivals in chipping sparrows. Biology Letters. 11
Soons J, Genbrugge A, Podos J, et al. (2015) Is Beak Morphology in Darwin's Finches Tuned to Loading Demands? Plos One. 10: e0129479
Podos J, Patek SN. (2015) Acoustic Signal Evolution: Biomechanics, Size, and Performance Animal Signaling and Function: An Integrative Approach. 175-203
Irschick DJ, Briffa M, Podos J. (2015) Introduction Animal Signaling and Function: An Integrative Approach. 1-9
Irschick DJ, Briffa M, Podos J. (2015) Animal Signaling and Function: An Integrative Approach Animal Signaling and Function: An Integrative Approach. 1-260
Manica LT, Maia R, Dias A, et al. (2014) Vocal output predicts territory quality in a Neotropical songbird. Behavioural Processes. 109: 21-6
De León LF, Podos J, Gardezi T, et al. (2014) Darwin's finches and their diet niches: the sympatric coexistence of imperfect generalists. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27: 1093-104
Goodwin SE, Podos J. (2014) Team of rivals: alliance formation in territorial songbirds is predicted by vocal signal structure. Biology Letters. 10: 20131083
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