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Conversational control in singing mice

In ‘singing’ mice, the motor cortex controls the timing of rapid vocal exchanges to enable turn-taking during social interaction.

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    1. Okobi, D. E. Jr et al. Motor cortical control of vocal interaction in neotropical singing mice. Science 363, 983–988 (2019)

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    Correspondence to Katherine Whalley.

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