Evangeline Rose is a postdoctoral fellow focusing on sex differences in the perception and production of learned vocal behaviors. She works with Drs. Robert Dooling and Gregory Ball in the Psychology Department at the University of Maryland. Evangeline’s research uses behavioral, neuroendocrine and psychoacoustic methods to explore sex variation in the perception and production of birdsong. Previously, she focused primarily on the evolution of female song, and has recently developed an interest in how the neuroendocrine control of and the sex differences in perception may have shaped the evolution of this complex behavior. Evangeline earned her PhD from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with an emphasis on animal behavior.