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Songbirds’ brains coordinate singing with intricate timing


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As a bird sings, some neurons in its brain prepare to make the next sounds while others are synchronized with the current notes—a coordination of physical actions and brain activity that is needed to produce complex movements. The finding that may lead to new ways of understanding human speech production.asKMcxC7clI

 

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