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Fig. 2

From: Could prenatal sound discrimination predict vocal complexity later in life?

Fig. 2

The frequency of dishabituation response patterns in Superb Fairy-wren eggs exposed to incubation calls of a novel female following exposure to repeated calls of the same female. The data are calculated as the difference in average HR during D minus H3 and are shown per egg age (day 11, 12, 13 of incubation). We scored HR from the digital heart rate monitor during experimental trials. A larger negative HR value was interpreted as a stronger dishabituation response (sound discrimination score)

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