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W. Tecumseh Fitch American biologist Wikidata

Fitch, W. Tecumseh National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Catalonia National Library of Israel BIBSYS Library of Congress/NACO

Fitch, William Tecumseh 1963-.... National Library of France German National Library

Fitch, W. Tecumseh, 1963-.... NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Sudoc [ABES], France

Fitch, William Tecumseh Sherman ISNI

Fitch, W. Tecumseh (William Tecumseh), 1963- National Library of Latvia

VIAF ID: 57765836 (Personal)


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  • 551 _ _ ‎‡a  Boston <Mass.> German National Library
  • 551 _ _ ‎‡a  Saint Andrews German National Library
  • 500 1 _ ‎‡a  Westphal Fitch, Gesche‏ ‎‡d  1977-‏ ‎‡e  Beziehung familiaer German National Library

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Action at a distance: dependency sensitivity in a New World primate. Wikidata
Behavioural Type Affects Space Use in a Wild Population of Crows (Corvus corone). Wikidata
Beyond intensity: Spectral features effectively predict music-induced subjective arousal. Wikidata
Biology of music: another one bites the dust. Wikidata
Bipedal tool use strengthens chimpanzee hand preferences Wikidata
Birds have primate-like numbers of neurons in the forebrain Wikidata
CATOS (Computer Aided Training/Observing System): Automating animal observation and training. Wikidata
A Chinese alligator in heliox: formant frequencies in a crocodilian. Wikidata
Chorusing, synchrony, and the evolutionary functions of rhythm. Wikidata
Cineradiography of monkey lip-smacking reveals putative precursors of speech dynamics. Wikidata
Cognitive representation of "musical fractals": Processing hierarchy and recursion in the auditory domain. Wikidata
Complex vibratory patterns in an elephant larynx. Wikidata
Computational constraints on syntactic processing in a nonhuman primate. Wikidata
Cultural evolution: Lab-cultured musical universals Wikidata
Dance, Music, Meter and Groove: A Forgotten Partnership. Wikidata
The descended larynx is not uniquely human Wikidata
Do Animal Communication Systems Have Phonemes? Wikidata
Do red deer stags (Cervus elaphus) use roar fundamental frequency (F0) to assess rivals? Wikidata
Do we represent intentional action as recursively embedded? The answer must be empirical. A comment on Vicari and Adenzato (2014). Wikidata
Do women prefer more complex music around ovulation? Wikidata
The "domestication syndrome" in mammals: a unified explanation based on neural crest cell behavior and genetics Wikidata
Estimating the active space of male koala bellows: propagation of cues to size and identity in a Eucalyptus forest. Wikidata
The Evolution of language National Library of France National Library of Israel National Library of the Netherlands NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Latvia Sudoc [ABES], France BIBSYS National Library of Catalonia Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
The evolution of speech: a comparative review Wikidata
The evolution of syntax: an exaptationist perspective Wikidata
Evolutionary trade-off between vocal tract and testes dimensions in howler monkeys. Wikidata
Exploring shamanic journeying: repetitive drumming with shamanic instructions induces specific subjective experiences but no larger cortisol decrease than instrumental meditation music. Wikidata
Eye preferences in captive chimpanzees. Wikidata
Fechner revisited: towards an inclusive approach to aesthetics. Wikidata
Formants provide honest acoustic cues to body size in American alligators. Wikidata
Four principles of bio-musicology. Wikidata
Fractal image perception provides novel insights into hierarchical cognition. Wikidata
Glossogeny and phylogeny: cultural evolution meets genetic evolution. Wikidata
Glottal opening and closing events investigated by electroglottography and super-high-speed video recordings. Wikidata
Harmonic context influences pitch class equivalence judgments through gestalt and congruency effects. Wikidata
Hierarchical processing in music, language, and action: Lashley revisited. Wikidata
How children perceive fractals: hierarchical self-similarity and cognitive development. Wikidata
How low can you go? Physical production mechanism of elephant infrasonic vocalizations. Wikidata
Journal club. A cognitive biologist foresees breakthroughs in understanding vocal learning. Wikidata
A laboratory evaluation of an auditory display designed to enhance intraoperative monitoring. Wikidata
Linguistics: Sound and meaning in the world's languages. Wikidata
Monkey vocal tracts are speech-ready. Wikidata
More than one way to see it: Individual heuristics in avian visual computation. Wikidata
Motion events in language and cognition. Wikidata
Multiple varieties of musical meaning: Comment on "Towards a neural basis of processing musical semantics" by Stefan Koelsch. Wikidata
Non-adjacent visual dependency learning in chimpanzees. Wikidata
A novel approach to investigate recursion and iteration in visual hierarchical processing. Wikidata
Overtone-based pitch selection in hermit thrush song: unexpected convergence with scale construction in human music. Wikidata
Perception of size-related formant information in male koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus). Wikidata
The Phonetic Potential of Nonhuman Vocal Tracts: Comparative Cineradiographic Observations of Vocalizing Animals Wikidata
Phonological perception by birds: budgerigars can perceive lexical stress. Wikidata
Phylogenetic signal in the acoustic parameters of the advertisement calls of four clades of anurans. Wikidata
Pitch enhancement facilitates word learning across visual contexts. Wikidata
Primate drum kit: a system for studying acoustic pattern production by non-human primates using acceleration and strain sensors. Wikidata
Primate laterality and the biology and evolution of human handedness: a review and synthesis. Wikidata
Rank-dependent grooming patterns and cortisol alleviation in Barbary macaques. Wikidata
Representing visual recursion does not require verbal or motor resources. Wikidata
Rhesus macaques spontaneously perceive formants in conspecific vocalizations. Wikidata
Rhythmic cognition in humans and animals: distinguishing meter and pulse perception Wikidata
Segmental structure in banded mongoose calls. Wikidata
Self-similarity and recursion as default modes in human cognition. Wikidata
Social origins of rhythm? Synchrony and temporal regularity in human vocalization. Wikidata
Spatial analysis of "crazy quilts", a class of potentially random aesthetic artefacts. Wikidata
Speech perception: a language-trained chimpanzee weighs in. Wikidata
Structural Classification of Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) Vocalizations. Wikidata
Take the long way home: Behaviour of a neotropical frog, Allobates femoralis, in a detour task. Wikidata
Territorial raven pairs are sensitive to structural changes in simulated acoustic displays of conspecifics. Wikidata
Toward a computational framework for cognitive biology: unifying approaches from cognitive neuroscience and comparative cognition. Wikidata
Unity and diversity in human language Wikidata
Using mathematical models of language experimentally. Wikidata
Vertebrate sound production and acoustic communication National Library of Catalonia
Visual artificial grammar learning: comparative research on humans, kea (Nestor notabilis) and pigeons (Columba livia). Wikidata
Visualization of system dynamics using phasegrams. Wikidata
Vocal cues indicate level of arousal in infant African elephant roars. Wikidata
Vocal learning, prosody, and basal ganglia: don't underestimate their complexity. Wikidata
Vocal power and pressure-flow relationships in excised tiger larynges. Wikidata
What Pinnipeds Have to Say about Human Speech, Music, and the Evolution of Rhythm. Wikidata

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