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TypeAuthor(s)TitleOther TitlesCitationCitation(alt)Issue Date
article (author version)Ota, Nao; Soma, MasayoAge-dependent song changes in a closed-ended vocal learner: elevation of song performance after song crystallization-Journal of avian biology-Nov-2014
articleOta, Nao; Gahr, Manfred; Soma, MasayoCouples showing off: Audience promotes both male and female multimodal courtship display in a songbird-Science advances-Oct-2018
article (author version)Yamada, Kentaro; Soma, MasayoDiet and birdsong : short-term nutritional enrichment improves songs of adult Bengalese finch males-Journal of Avian Biology-Dec-2016
article (author version)Soma, M.; Okanoya, K.Differential allocation in relation to mate song quality in the Bengalese finch-Behaviour-Jun-2013
articleSoma, Masayo; Iwama, Midori; Nakajima, Ryoko; Endo, RikaEarly-life lessons of the courtship dance in a dance-duetting songbird, the Java sparrow-Royal Society open science-Jun-2019
article (author version)Soma, Masayo; Garamszegi, Laszlo ZsoltEvolution of patterned plumage as a sexual signal estrildid finches-Behavioral ecology-May-2018
articleSoma, Masayo; Iwama, MidoriMating success follows duet dancing in the Java sparrow-PLoS ONE-8-Mar-2017
article (author version)Mizuno, Ayumi; Soma, MasayoPotential role of sensory bias in plumage pattern evolution : termite-eating and polka-dots in estrildid finches-Ethology, ecology & evolution-25-Aug-2021
article (author version)Soma, Masayo; Zsolt Garamszegi, LászlóRethinking birdsong evolution : meta-analysis of the relationship between song complexity and reproductive success-Behavioral Ecology-Mar-2011
articleSoma, Masayo; Mori, ChihiroThe Songbird as a Percussionist: Syntactic Rules for Non-Vocal Sound and Song Production in Java Sparrows-Plos one-20-May-2015
article (author version)Ota, Nao; Gahr, Manfred; Soma, MasayoSongbird tap dancing produces non-vocal sounds-Bioacoustics : the international journal of animal sound and its recording-4-May-2017
articleOta, Nao; Gahr, Manfred; Soma, MasayoTap dancing birds: the multimodal mutual courtship display of males and females in a socially monogamous songbird-Scientific reports-19-Nov-2015
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