Sexual Imprinting is an early learning process by which a young zebra finch learns the features of its prospective mate. It consists of two parts: An acquisition period where a social preference for parents and other members of the social environment is established, and a later occurring stabilization process which links the previously acquired prefence to sexual behaviour and stabilizes it. The stabilization process can be controlled experimentally.









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