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Many species of birds learn their songs. Initially, they copy their parent's songs very imperfectly, a stage called babbling. But with practice and repetition they eventually get it right. Jesse Goldberg, in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, is studying the neural basis of bird song learning and points out that it bears many similarities to human learning.