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Sound training rewires dyslexic children's brains for reading

...eadingonly listening to sounds, starting with simple, changing noises, like chirps that swooped up in pitch. The children then had to respondclicking to indicate, for instance, whether the chirps pitch went up or down. The sounds played slowly at firstan easy task for th...
Chirps in Biological News

UGA study reveals ecosystem-level consequences of frog extinctions

... Athens, Ga. Streams that once sang with the croaks, chirps and ribbits of dozens of frog species have gone silent. They're victims of a fungus that's decimating amphibian populations worldwide. Such catastr...

What it's like to be a bat

...or a lamppost--from information carried by the echoes of high-pitched vocal chirps produced at rates of 2-150 chirps per second. Research shows it actually uses these echoes to remember det...

Warbling whales speak a language all their own

... applied the tools of information theory--a mathematical study of data encoding and transmission--to analyze the complex patterns of moans, cries, and chirps in the whales' songs for clues to the information being conveyed. Buck is an electrical engineer who specializes in signal processing and underwater a...

Birds brains reveal source of songs

... Scientists have yearned to understand how the chirps and warbles of a young bird morph into the recognizable and very distinct melodies of its parents. Neuroscientists at the McGovern Institute for Brain...

Elephants imitate sounds as a form of social communication

... noises heard from a nearby highway, the other the chirps of another elephant species. In both cases, the...e chirp-like calls of his long-time zoo mates. The chirps are made by Asian elephants but not by African elephants. Calimero often mimicked the chirps but rarely made any other sounds. "Many species...

Elephants imitate truck noises, other animals

... noises heard from a nearby highway, the other the chirps of another elephant species. In both cases, the...e chirp-like calls of his long-time zoo mates. The chirps are made by Asian elephants but not by African elephants. Calimero often mimicked the chirps but rarely made any other sounds. "Many species...
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