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EXPLAINING LATERALITY

Reid, Mark D (2002) EXPLAINING LATERALITY. (Unpublished)

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Working with multi-species allometric relations and drawing on mammalian theorist Denenberg’s works, I provide an explanatory theory of the mammalian dual-brain as no prior account has.

Item Type:Other
Keywords:Allometry, brain evolution, Cetaceans, corpus callosum, depression, left hemisphere executive, PTSD, psychopath, reconstruction paradigm, right hemisphere significance, SuperWada and Wada test.
Subjects:Neuroscience > Brain Imaging
Psychology > Developmental Psychology
Neuroscience > Neuroanatomy
ID Code:4716
Deposited By:Reid, Mark David
Deposited On:05 Feb 2006
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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