Data from: Long-lasting vocal plasticity in adult marmoset monkeys

Lingyun Zhao, Bahar Boroumand Rad & Xiaoqin Wang
Humans exhibit a high level of vocal plasticity in speech production which allows us to acquire both native and foreign languages, dialects and adapt to local accents in social communication. In comparison, non-human primates exhibit limited vocal plasticity, especially in adulthood, which would limit their ability to adapt to different social and environmental contexts in vocal communication. Here we quantitatively examined the ability of adult common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus), a highly vocal New World primate...
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