David E. Gammon, Ph.D.

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Biology Elon University, Elon, NC, United States 
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Myron C. Baker grad student 2004 Colorado State
 (Repertoires of learned vocal signals: How do they originate, and are they adaptive?)
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Gammon DE. (2020) Are northern mockingbirds classic open‐ended song learners? Ethology
Gammon DE, Corsiglia AM. (2019) Mockingbirds imitate frogs and toads across North America. Behavioural Processes. 103982
Gammon DE, Lyon RP. (2017) An Acoustic Comparison of Mimetic and Non-Mimetic Song in Northern MockingbirdsMimus polyglottos Ardea. 105: 1-6
Kershenbaum A, Freeberg TM, Gammon DE. (2015) Estimating vocal repertoire size is like collecting coupons: a theoretical framework with heterogeneity in signal abundance. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 373: 1-11
Gammon DE. (2014) Seasonal patterns of vocal mimicry in northern mockingbirds Mimus polyglottos Journal of Avian Biology. 45: 545-550
Gammon DE. (2013) How is model selection determined in a vocal mimic?: Tests of five hypotheses Behaviour. 150: 1375-1397
Kapfer JM, Gammon DE, Groves JD. (2011) Carrion-feeding by barred owls (Strix varia) Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 123: 646-649
Gammon DE, Altizer CE. (2011) Northern Mockingbirds produce syntactical patterns of vocal mimicry that reflect taxonomy of imitated species Journal of Field Ornithology. 82: 158-164
Hoeschele M, Gammon DE, Moscicki MK, et al. (2009) Note types and coding in Parid vocalizations: the chick-a-dee call of the chestnut-backed chickadee (Poecile rufuscens). The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 126: 2088-99
Gammon DE, Hendrick MC, Baker MC. (2008) Vocal communication in a songbird with a novel song repertoire Behaviour. 145: 1003-1026
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