On the development of the vocal repertoire of the domestic fowl (Gallus gallus domesticus)

from hatching to week 18 of life
  • 125 Pages
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  • English
University College Dublin , Dublin
Chicks -- Vocalization., Poultry -- Vocalization., Chicks -- Beha
StatementDómhnall Jennings.
ContributionsUniversity College Dublin. Department of Psychology.
The Physical Object
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Junglefowl and the domestic fowl. Different vocal signals can be recognized by their so- nograms and by the common element in the various situations in which a signal is given. Twenty-four vocal signals are described but because of intergradation between some signals and between different situations no absolute size of vocal repertoire can be   Furthermore, the direct comparison of the wolf and dog vocal repertoire can provide intriguing details about the process of domestication.

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Bird voice, a seemingly esoteric topic for scientific inquiry, is known to exhibit some of the most interesting phenomena of behavioral development such as the effects of sensory exposure, deprivation, and isolation, inborn perceptual preference, and 'The long-awaited third edition of this authoritative book on cat behaviour provides the reader with an up-to-date scientific knowledge on behaviour and welfare of domestic cats.

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The Songs of Max Reger: A Guide and Study begins with a brief introduction discussing the development of German Lied, then journeys through this creative composer's works for voice and  › Books › Arts & Photography › Music. Some of the morphological traits observed among domestic dogs compared to their wild counterparts is that the cranium is juvenilized (i.e., dogs have a short face, short mandibles, rounder crania A different strategy of repertoire enlargement that, in contrast, enhances the vocal individuality of a songster, is the development of new recombinations or novel inventions of songs.

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There are several reasons why bird song might be of interest to those who are studying human language. First, and most obviously, it is a system of communication.

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