Innate Silent Gap Pattern for Own-Species Song Detection
In this talk, Makoto Araki discusses how zebra finches can be used to study the neural basis of learning and communication.
Makoto Araki, PhD
Makoto Araki is a staff scientist at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST). His research focuses on auditory neuronal circuit encoding of species-specific courtship songs in the zebra finch songbird. He earned his PhD in biological sciences from the Hokkaido University and completed postdoctoral training at OIST.