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Marcelo Araya-Salas

  • PhD
  • Postdoctoral associate
  • Cornell University Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology
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Research interests

Acoustic signals and social environment; honest signals in bird songs; evolution of song learning; cultural evolution and speciation processes; sexually-dimorphic traits; lekking behavior in hummingbirds

About

singing behavior in hummingbirds, cultural evolution and its macroevolutionary consequences, acoustic analysis in R

Groups

Co-authors (30)

Publications (5)

  • Early development of vocal interaction rules in a duetting songbird

    • Rivera-Cáceres K
    • Quirós-Guerrero E
    • Araya-Salas M
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  • Seabird parents provision their chick in a coordinated manner

    • Wojczulanis-Jakubas K
    • Araya-Salas M
    • Jakubas D
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  • Spatial memory is as important as weapon and body size for territorial ownership in a lekking hummingbird

    • Araya-Salas M
    • Gonzalez-Gomez P
    • Wojczulanis-Jakubas K
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  • Assessing the effect of sound file compression and background noise on measures of acoustic signal structure

    • Araya-Salas M
    • Smith-vidaurre G
    • Webster M
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  • Neotropical wrens learn new duet rules as adults

    • Rivera-Cáceres K
    • Quirós-Guerrero E
    • Araya-Salas M
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Professional experience

Postdoctoral associate

Cornell

October 2016 - Present

Education

Biology

New Mexico State University

August 2010 - September 2012(2 years)

Licenciatura en Biologia

Escuela de Biología, Universidad de Costa Rica

July 2007 - June 2010(3 years)

Major in Biology

Escuela de Biología, Universidad de Costa Rica

March 2000 - May 2006(6 years)