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Sharon Gobes
Sharon Gobes
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
Verified email at wellesley.edu
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Acute off-target effects of neural circuit manipulations
TM Otchy, SBE Wolff, JY Rhee, C Pehlevan, R Kawai, A Kempf, ...
Nature 528 (7582), 358-363, 2015
3722015
Birdsong memory: a neural dissociation between song recognition and production
SMH Gobes, JJ Bolhuis
Current Biology 17 (9), 789-793, 2007
2192007
Motor circuits are required to encode a sensory model for imitative learning
TF Roberts, SMH Gobes, M Murugan, BP Ölveczky, R Mooney
Nature neuroscience 15 (10), 1454-1459, 2012
1882012
Human-like brain hemispheric dominance in birdsong learning
S Moorman, SMH Gobes, M Kuijpers, A Kerkhofs, MA Zandbergen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (31), 12782-12787, 2012
1232012
Memory in the making: localized brain activation related to song learning in young songbirds
SMH Gobes, MA Zandbergen, JJ Bolhuis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1698), 3343-3351, 2010
1122010
Heterochrony in limb evolution: developmental mechanisms and natural selection
MK Richardson, SMH Gobes, AC Van Leeuwen, JAE Polman, C Pieau, ...
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2009
842009
Differential responsiveness in brain and behavior to sexually dimorphic long calls in male and female zebra finches
SMH Gobes, SM Ter Haar, C Vignal, AL Vergne, N Mathevon, JJ Bolhuis
Journal of Comparative Neurology 516 (4), 312-320, 2009
582009
Short‐term exposure to constant light promotes strong circadian phase‐resetting responses to nonphotic stimuli in Syrian hamsters
ME Knoch, SMH Gobes, I Pavlovska, C Su, RE Mistlberger, JD Glass
European journal of neuroscience 19 (10), 2779-2790, 2004
482004
The sensitive period for auditory-vocal learning in the zebra finch: Consequences of limited-model availability and multiple-tutor paradigms on song imitation
SMH Gobes, RB Jennings, RK Maeda
Behavioural processes 163, 5-12, 2019
402019
Learning-related brain hemispheric dominance in sleeping songbirds
S Moorman, SMH Gobes, FC van de Kamp, MA Zandbergen, JJ Bolhuis
Scientific reports 5 (1), 9041, 2015
342015
Functional MRI of auditory responses in the zebra finch forebrain reveals a hierarchical organisation based on signal strength but not selectivity
T Boumans, SMH Gobes, C Poirier, FE Theunissen, L Vandersmissen, ...
PloS one 3 (9), e3184, 2008
332008
Learning-related neuronal activation in the zebra finch song system nucleus HVC in response to the bird’s own song
JJ Bolhuis, SMH Gobes, NJ Terpstra, AM den Boer-Visser, ...
PLoS One 7 (7), e41556, 2012
292012
Mirrored patterns of lateralized neuronal activation reflect old and new memories in the avian auditory cortex
EM Olson, RK Maeda, SMH Gobes
Neuroscience 330, 395-402, 2016
202016
Hemispheric dominance underlying the neural substrate for learned vocalizations develops with experience
N Chirathivat, SC Raja, SMH Gobes
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 11359, 2015
192015
A sensorimotor area in the songbird brain is required for production of vocalizations in the song learning period of development
HC Piristine, T Choetso, SMH Gobes
Developmental neurobiology 76 (11), 1213-1225, 2016
182016
Excitatory and inhibitory synapse reorganization immediately after critical sensory experience in a vocal learner
Z Huang, HG Khaled, M Kirschmann, SMH Gobes, RHR Hahnloser
Elife 7, e37571, 2018
152018
Bilateral brain activity in auditory regions is necessary for successful vocal learning in songbirds
AH Pagliaro, P Arya, HC Piristine, JS Lord, SMH Gobes
Neuroscience letters 718, 134730, 2020
62020
Bird brains key to the functions of sleep
SMH Gobes, JJ Bolhuis
Science 322 (5909), 1789-1789, 2008
42008
Hemispheric asymmetry of calbindin-positive neurons is associated with successful song imitation
AH Pagliaro, P Arya, Y Sharbaf, SMH Gobes
Brain research 1732, 146679, 2020
32020
Neural Mechanisms of Auditory Learning and Memory in Songbirds and Mammals
SMH Gobes, JB Fritz, JJ Bolhuis
32013
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