©2018 by Samantha Carouso-Peck, Photography by Michael Goldstein.

Publications

 

Samantha Carouso-Peck and Michael H. Goldstein (2019). Female social feedback reveals non-imitative mechanisms of vocal learning in zebra finches. Current Biology, 29: 631-636.


Samantha Carouso-Peck and Michael H. Goldstein (2018). Linking vocal learning to social reward in the brain: Proposed mechanisms of socially guided song learning. In Oxford Handbook of Voice Perception, Sascha ühholz and Pascal Belin, Eds. Oxford University Press.

Nicole M. Baran*, Samantha C. Peck*, Tabitha H. Kim, Michael H. Goldstein, Elizabeth Adkins-Regan (2017). Early life manipulations of vasopressin-family peptides alter vocal learning. Proc. R. Soc. B, 284 20171114; DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.1114.

Op-Eds 

Samantha Carouso-Peck and Michael H. Goldstein (2019). "A Bird's-Eye View of Communication". Scientific American

Manuscripts in Prep:

Samantha Carouso-Peck, Brittany Jaso, Otilia Menyhart, Timothy DeVoogd, and Michael

Goldstein (in prep). A critical period for social influences on song learning in the zebra finch.


Otilia Menyhart, Samantha Carouso-Peck, Timothy DeVoogd, and Michael

Goldstein (in prep). Proximal mechanisms of socially guided learning in the zebra finch.

Severine Hex, Samantha Carouso-Peck, and Michael Goldstein (in prep). Life history as a

predictor of communicative complexity across taxa.


Samantha Carouso-Peck and Michael H. Goldstein (in prep). Evolving the capacity for socially

guided vocal learning.


Michael H. Goldstein, Katerina M. Faust, and Samantha Carouso-Peck (in prep). From social

contexts to social mechanisms: Implications of altriciality for the study of development.

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