Timothy DeVoogd
Timothy DeVoogd
Professor of psychology, Cornell university
Verified email at cornell.edu
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Gonadal hormones induce dendritic growth in the adult avian brain
T DeVoogd, F Nottebohm
Science 214 (4517), 202-204, 1981
4561981
Subsynaptic plate perforations: changes with age and experience in the rat
WT Greenough, RW West, TJ DeVoogd
Science 202 (4372), 1096-1098, 1978
3781978
Relations between song repertoire size and the volume of brain nuclei related to song: comparative evolutionary analyses amongst oscine birds
TJ Devoogd, JR Krebs, SD Healy, A Purvis
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1993
3751993
Sex differences in dendritic patterns in hamster preoptic area
WT Greenough, CS Carter, C Steerman, TJ DeVoogd
Brain Research 126 (1), 63-72, 1977
3431977
Synaptogenesis and changes in synaptic morphology related to acquisition of a new behavior
TJ Devoogd, B Nixdorf, F Nottebohm
Brain research 329 (1-2), 304-308, 1985
2151985
Seasonal variation in hippocampal volume in a food‐storing bird, the black‐capped chickadee
TV Smulders, AD Sasson, TJ DeVoogd
Journal of neurobiology 27 (1), 15-25, 1995
2071995
Genesis and death of vocal control neurons during sexual differentiation in the zebra finch
JR Kirn, TJ DeVoogd
Journal of Neuroscience 9 (9), 3176-3187, 1989
2031989
Sex differences in dendritic morphology of a song control nucleus in the canary: a quantitative Golgi study
TJ Devoogd, F Nottebohm
Journal of Comparative Neurology 196 (2), 309-316, 1981
1591981
Variation in the volume of zebra finch song control nuclei is heritable: developmental and evolutionary implications
DC Airey, H Castillo-Juarez, G Casella, EJ Pollak, TJ DeVoogd
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1542000
Song‐related brain regions in the red‐winged blackbird are affected by sex and season but not repertoire size
JR Kirn, RP Clower, DE Kroodsma, TJ Devoogd
Journal of neurobiology 20 (3), 139-163, 1989
1521989
Evolutionary changes in a song control area of the brain (HVC) are associated with evolutionary changes in song repertoire among European warblers (Sylviidae)
T Székely, CK Catchpole, A Devoogd, Z Marchl, TJ Devoogd
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1996
1311996
Female zebra finches require early song exposure to prefer high-quality song as adults
C Lauay, NM Gerlach, E Adkins-Regan, TJ DeVoogd
Animal Behaviour 68 (6), 1249-1255, 2004
1192004
Effect of testosterone on input received by an identified neuron type of the canary song system: a Golgi/electron microscopy/degeneration study
RA Canady, GD Burd, TJ DeVoogd, F Nottebohm
Journal of Neuroscience 8 (10), 3770-3784, 1988
1141988
Greater song complexity is associated with augmented song system anatomy in zebra finches
DC Airey, TJ DeVoogd
Neuroreport 11 (8), 1749-1754, 2000
1052000
Seasonal changes in neuron numbers in the hippocampal formation of a food‐hoarding bird: the black‐capped chickadee
TV Smulders, MW Shiflett, AJ Sperling, TJ DeVoogd
Journal of neurobiology 44 (4), 414-422, 2000
1002000
Song, sperm quality and testes asymmetry in the sedge warbler
TR Birkhead, KL Buchanan, TJ Devoogd, EJ Pellatt, T Szekely, ...
Animal Behaviour 53 (5), 965-971, 1997
981997
Endocrine modulation of the development and adult function of the avian song system
TJ DeVoogd
Psychoneuroendocrinology 16 (1-3), 41-66, 1991
881991
Song, sexual selection, and a song control nucleus (HVc) in the brains of European sedge warblers
DC Airey, KL Buchanan, T Szekely, CK Catchpole, TJ DeVoogd
Journal of Neurobiology 44 (1), 1-6, 2000
822000
Steroid interactions with structure and function of avian song control regions
TJ DeVoogd
Journal of neurobiology 17 (3), 177-201, 1986
801986
Song isolation is associated with maintaining high spine frequencies on zebra finch IMAN neurons
E Wallhausserfranke, BE Nixdorfbergweiler, TJ DeVoogd
Neurobiology of learning and memory 64 (1), 25-35, 1995
791995
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