小橋 昭彦 2007年12月26日

UCSF News Office – Songbirds offer clues to highly practiced motor skills in humans
The melodious sound of a songbird may appear effortless, but his elocutions are actually the result of rigorous training undergone in youth and maintained throughout adulthood. His tune has virtually “crystallized” by maturity. The same control is seen in the motor performance of top athletes and musicians. Yet, subtle variations in highly practiced skills persist in both songbirds and humans. Now, scientists think they know why.
フィンチの歌声は、幼少期から繰り返して練習したたわもの。でも、成長して後も、やっぱりちょっと揺れ動き、ミスもあり、でもそれを調整しようと心がけることで、よりよい歌が生まれる。
それはトップ・アスリートだって、音楽の巨匠だって同じ。

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