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Rethinking the Brain

July 23rd, 2001 | Posted in The New Yorker, Articles | No Comments
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Download the PDF How the songs of canaries upset a fundamental principle of science.
by Michael Specter

Fernando Nottebohm has lived transfixed by the melodies of songbirds. He is sixty now, and it has been decades since he left the plains of Argentina–first to study agriculture in Nebraska, then zoology at Berkeley, before coming to rest, in 1967, at Rockefeller University, in New York. But his interest in birds has sustained him since his earliest childhood. Read more »