Christopher B. Sturdy
Christopher B. Sturdy
Professor of Psychology
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Anthropogenic noise decreases urban songbird diversity and may contribute to homogenization
DS Proppe, CB Sturdy, CC St. Clair
Global change biology 19 (4), 1075-1084, 2013
Sometimes slower is better: slow-exploring birds are more sensitive to changes in a vocal discrimination task
LM Guillette, AR Reddon, M Hoeschele, CB Sturdy
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1706), 767-773, 2011
Exploration of a novel space is associated with individual differences in learning speed in black-capped chickadees, Poecile atricapillus
LM Guillette, AR Reddon, PL Hurd, CB Sturdy
Behavioural Processes 82 (3), 265-270, 2009
Humans recognize emotional arousal in vocalizations across all classes of terrestrial vertebrates: evidence for acoustic universals
P Filippi, JV Congdon, J Hoang, DL Bowling, SA Reber, A Pašukonis, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1859), 20170990, 2017
Spatial encoding in mountain chickadees: Features overshadow geometry
ER Gray, LL Bloomfield, A Ferrey, ML Spetch, CB Sturdy
Biology Letters 1 (3), 314-317, 2005
Individual differences in learning speed, performance accuracy and exploratory behaviour in black-capped chickadees
LM Guillette, AH Hahn, M Hoeschele, AM Przyslupski, CB Sturdy
Animal Cognition 18, 165-178, 2015
Note types and coding in parid vocalizations. I: The chick-a-dee call of the black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus)
I Charrier, LL Bloomfield, CB Sturdy
Canadian Journal of Zoology 82 (5), 769-779, 2004
Respiratory and telencephalic modulation of vocal motor neurons in the zebra finch
CB Sturdy, JM Wild, R Mooney
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (3), 1072-1086, 2003
Call-based species recognition in black-capped chickadees
I Charrier, CB Sturdy
Behavioural Processes 70 (3), 271-281, 2005
Note types, harmonic structure, and note order in the songs of zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)..
CB Sturdy, LS Phillmore, RG Weisman
Journal of Comparative Psychology 113 (2), 194, 1999
Reduced social contact causes auditory perceptual deficits in zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata
CB Sturdy, LS Phillmore, JJ Sartor, RG Weisman
Animal Behaviour 62 (6), 1207-1218, 2001
A behavior analysis of absolute pitch: sex, experience, and species
RG Weisman, MG Njegovan, MT Williams, JS Cohen, CB Sturdy
Behavioural processes 66 (3), 289-307, 2004
Dominance signalled in an acoustic ornament
M Hoeschele, MK Moscicki, KA Otter, H van Oort, KT Fort, TM Farrell, ...
Animal Behaviour 79 (3), 657-664, 2010
Note types and coding in parid vocalizations. III: The chick-a-dee call of the Carolina chickadee (Poecile carolinensis)
LL Bloomfield, LS Phillmore, RG Weisman, CB Sturdy
Canadian Journal of Zoology 83 (6), 820-833, 2005
Song-note discriminations in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata): Categories and pseudocategories.
CB Sturdy, LS Phillmore, JL Price, RG Weisman
Journal of Comparative Psychology 113 (2), 204, 1999
Rationale and methodology for testing auditory cognition in songbirds
CB Sturdy, RG Weisman
Behavioural Processes 72 (3), 265-272, 2006
Female song in black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus): Acoustic song features that contain individual identity information and sex differences
AH Hahn, A Krysler, CB Sturdy
Behavioural processes 98, 98-105, 2013
Frequency–range discriminations: Special and general abilities in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) and humans (Homo sapiens).
R Weisman, M Njegovan, C Sturdy, L Phillmore, J Coyle, D Mewhort
Journal of Comparative Psychology 112 (3), 244, 1998
Differential effects of vocalization type, singer and listener on ZENK immediate early gene response in black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus)
MT Avey, RA Kanyo, EL Irwin, CB Sturdy
Behavioural brain research 188 (1), 201-208, 2008
Neural correlates of threat perception: neural equivalence of conspecific and heterospecific mobbing calls is learned
MT Avey, M Hoeschele, MK Moscicki, LL Bloomfield, CB Sturdy
PLoS One 6 (8), e23844, 2011
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