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 +Norton P, Barschke P, Scharff C, Mendoza E (2019): **Differential Song Deficits after Lentivirus-Mediated Knockdown of FoxP1, FoxP2, or FoxP4 in Area X of Juvenile Zebra Finches**, //Journal of Neuroscience//,​ 39(49), 9782-9796. https://​doi.org/​10.1523/​JNEUROSCI.1250-19.2019\\
  
-Burchardt L S, Norton P, Behr O, Scharff C, Knörnschild M (2019): **General isochronous rhythm in echolocation calls and social vocalizations of the bat Saccopteryx bilineata.**,​ Royal Society Open Science, 6(181076).\\+Burchardt L S, Norton P, Behr O, Scharff C, Knörnschild M (2019): **General isochronous rhythm in echolocation calls and social vocalizations of the bat Saccopteryx bilineata.**, ​//Royal Society Open Science//, 6(181076). ​https://​doi.org/​10.1098/​rsos.181076\\
  
-Ravignani A*, Norton P* (2017): **Measuring rhythmic complexity: A primer to quantify and compare temporal structure in speech, movement, and animal vocalizations.**,​ Journal of Language Evolution, 2(1), 4–19.\\ *The authors contributed equally to this study \\+Ravignani A*, Norton P* (2017): **Measuring rhythmic complexity: A primer to quantify and compare temporal structure in speech, movement, and animal vocalizations.**, ​//Journal of Language Evolution//, 2(1), 4–19. ​https://​doi.org/​10.1093/​jole/​lzx002 ​*The authors contributed equally to this study\\
  
-Norton P, Scharff C (2016): **“Bird Song Metronomics“:​ Isochronous Organization of Zebra Finch Song Rhythm.**, Frontiers in Neuroscience,​ 10(309).\\+Norton P, Scharff C (2016): **“Bird Song Metronomics“:​ Isochronous Organization of Zebra Finch Song Rhythm.**, ​//Frontiers in Neuroscience//, 10(309). ​https://​doi.org/​10.3389/​fnins.2016.00309\\
  
-Ullrich R, Norton P, Scharff C (2016): **Waltzing Taeniopygia:​ integration of courtship song and dance in the Australian zebra finch.**, Animal Behaviour, 112, 285–300.\\+Ullrich R, Norton P, Scharff C (2016): **Waltzing Taeniopygia:​ integration of courtship song and dance in the Australian zebra finch.**, ​//Animal Behaviour//, 112, 285–300. ​https://​doi.org/​10.1016/​j.anbehav.2015.11.012\\
  
-Degen J, Kirbach A, Reiter L, Lehmann K, Norton P, Storms M, Koblofsky M, Winter S, Georgieva P B, Nguyen H, Chamkhi H, Meyer H, Singh P K, Manz G, Greggers U, Menzel R (2016): **Honeybees Learn Landscape Features during Exploratory Orientation Flights.**, Current Biology, 26(20), 1–5.\\+Degen J, Kirbach A, Reiter L, Lehmann K, Norton P, Storms M, Koblofsky M, Winter S, Georgieva P B, Nguyen H, Chamkhi H, Meyer H, Singh P K, Manz G, Greggers U, Menzel R (2016): **Honeybees Learn Landscape Features during Exploratory Orientation Flights.**, ​//Current Biology//, 26(20), 1–5. ​https://​doi.org/​10.1016/​j.cub.2016.08.013\\
  
-Degen J, Kirbach A, Reiter L, Lehmann K, Norton P, Storms M, Koblofsky M, Winter S, Georgieva P B, Nguyen H, Chamkhi H, Greggers U, Menzel R (2015): **Exploratory behaviour of honeybees during orientation flights.**, Animal Behaviour, 102, 45–57.\\+Degen J, Kirbach A, Reiter L, Lehmann K, Norton P, Storms M, Koblofsky M, Winter S, Georgieva P B, Nguyen H, Chamkhi H, Greggers U, Menzel R (2015): **Exploratory behaviour of honeybees during orientation flights.**, ​//Animal Behaviour//, 102, 45–57. ​https://​doi.org/​10.1016/​j.anbehav.2014.12.030\\
  
-Menzel R, Kirbach A, Haass W D, Fischer B, Fuchs J, Koblofsky M, Lehmann K, Reiter L, Meyer H, Nguyen H, Jones S, Norton P, Greggers U (2011): **A common frame of reference for learned and communicated vectors in honeybee navigation.**,​ Current Biology, 21(8), 645–650.+Menzel R, Kirbach A, Haass W D, Fischer B, Fuchs J, Koblofsky M, Lehmann K, Reiter L, Meyer H, Nguyen H, Jones S, Norton P, Greggers U (2011): **A common frame of reference for learned and communicated vectors in honeybee navigation.**, ​//Current Biology//, 21(8), 645–650. ​https://​doi.org/​10.1016/​j.cub.2011.02.039