Michelle Spierings
Michelle Spierings
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Budgerigars and zebra finches differ in how they generalize in an artificial grammar learning experiment
MJ Spierings, C Ten Cate
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (27), E3977-E3984, 2016
572016
Can birds perceive rhythmic patterns? A review and experiments on a songbird and a parrot species
C ten Cate, M Spierings, J Hubert, H Honing
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 730, 2016
382016
Zebra finches are sensitive to prosodic features of human speech
MJ Spierings, C ten Cate
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1787), 20140480, 2014
362014
Spontaneous generalization of abstract multimodal patterns in young domestic chicks
E Versace, MJ Spierings, M Caffini, C Ten Cate, G Vallortigara
Animal cognition 20 (3), 521-529, 2017
252017
Phenotypic plasticity of avian social-learning strategies
K Riebel, MJ Spierings, MJ Holveck, S Verhulst
Animal Behaviour 84 (6), 1533-1539, 2012
232012
Auditory discrimination learning in zebra finches: effects of sex, early life conditions and stimulus characteristics
B Kriengwatana, MJ Spierings, C ten Cate
Animal Behaviour 116, 99-112, 2016
192016
Non‐adjacent dependency learning in humans and other animals
B Wilson, M Spierings, A Ravignani, JL Mueller, TH Mintz, F Wijnen, ...
Topics in Cognitive Science, 2018
172018
Selective auditory grouping by zebra finches: testing the iambic–trochaic law
M Spierings, J Hubert, C Ten Cate
Animal cognition 20 (4), 665-675, 2017
172017
Pauses enhance chunk recognition in song element strings by zebra finches
M Spierings, A de Weger, C Ten Cate
Animal cognition 18 (4), 867-874, 2015
172015
Zebra finches as a model species to understand the roots of rhythm
MJ Spierings, C ten Cate
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 345, 2016
142016
Tinbergen revisited: a replication and extension of experiments on the beak colour preferences of herring gull chicks
C ten Cate, WS Bruins, J den Ouden, T Egberts, H Neevel, M Spierings, ...
Animal Behaviour 77 (4), 795-802, 2009
132009
Rules, rhythm and grouping: auditory pattern perception by birds
C ten Cate, M Spierings
Animal Behaviour 151, 249-257, 2019
52019
Temporal modulation in speech, music, and animal vocal communication: evidence of conserved function
P Filippi, M Hoeschele, M Spierings, DL Bowling
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1453 (1), 99-113, 2019
42019
The music of language: exploring grammar, prosody and rhythm perception in zebra finches and budgerigars
MJ Spierings
2016
The music of language: exploring grammar, prosody and rhythm perception in
MJ Spierings
Animal Cognition 18 (4), 867-874, 2015
2015
PROSODIC CUE WEIGHTING BY ZEBRA FINCHES
MJ SPIERINGS, CTEN CATE
Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference …, 2014
2014
ARTIFICIAL GRAMMAR LEARNING IN INFANTS, ADULTS, AND SONGBIRDS: WHAT IS SHARED, WHAT IS LEARNED?
A GEAMBAŞU, CC LEVELT, MJ SPIERINGS, CTEN CATE
Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference …, 2014
2014
The origin of Voices, a comparison between the neuroanatomy of normal speech perception and Auditory Verbal Hallucinations
MJ Spierings
2011
EFFECTS OF TASK-SPECIFIC VARIABLES ON AUDITORY ARTIFICIAL GRAMMAR LEARNING AND GENERALIZATION
A GEAMBAȘU, MJ SPIERINGS, C TEN CATE, CC LEVELT
Précis of The music of language: Exploring grammar, prosody and rhythm perception in zebra finches and budgerigars.
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