Data from: Social group signatures in hummingbird displays provide evidence of co-occurrence of vocal and visual learning

Marcelo Araya-Salas, Grace Smith-Vidaurre, Daniel J. Mennill, Paulina L. González-Gómez, James Cahill & Timothy F. Wright
Vocal learning, in which animals modify their vocalizations based on social experience, has evolved in several lineages of mammals and birds, including humans. Despite much attention, the question of how this key cognitive trait has evolved remains unanswered. The motor theory for the origin of vocal learning posits that neural centers specialized for vocal learning arose from adjacent areas in the brain devoted to general motor learning. One prediction of this hypothesis is that visual...
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