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The Evolution of Lateral Asymmetries, Language, Tool Use, and Intellect

by Ralph A. Bradshaw

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


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ISBN 100121245608
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results suggest that there may be lateral asymmetries at the population level in a species of fish, Girardinus falcatus, tested for direction of turning during escape behaviour. When repeatedly faced (in five weekly trials of 30 stimulus presentations each) with the shape of a simulated predator, young G. falcatus exhibited a. The Evolution of Lateral Asymmetries, Language, Tool Use, and Intellect. New York: Academic Press. [6] Rogers LJ (). Behavioral, structural and neurochemical asymmetries in the avian brain: A model system for studying visual development and processing. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews [7] Parsons CH, Rogers LJ ().

  The collective findings are discussed within the context of language evolution and the emergence of complex motor and cognitive processes in humans after the split from the common ancestor with chimpanzees. Hand and mind: what gestures reveal about thought. The evolution of lateral asymmetries, language, tool use, and intellect Author: William D. Hopkins, William D. Hopkins.   The evolution of lateral asymmetries, language, tool-use and intellect. San Diego, CA: Academic Press; [Google Scholar] Cantalupo C, Hopkins WD. Asymmetric Broca’s area in great apes. Nature. ; [Europe PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Cantalupo C, Cited by:

Falk, D. Book review of The Evolution of Lateral Asymmetries, Language, Tool Use, and Intellect by John Bradshaw and Lesley Rogers. Am. Sci., September-October, Falk, D. Book review of An Introduction to Human Evolutionary Anatomy by Leslie Aiello and Christopher Dean. Man Falk, D. (). Book review of The Evolution of Lateral Asymmetries, Language, Tool Use, and Intellect by John Bradshaw and Lesley Rodgers. American Scientist, September-October, Falk, D. (). Book review of An Introduction to Human Evolutionary Anatomy by Leslie Aiello and Christopher Dean. Man, 27, Falk, D. ().


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By John Bradshaw and Lesley Rogers. San Diego: Academic Press, ISBN 0‐12‐‐8. xiii + pp. $72 (cloth)Cited by: 6. The Evolution of Lateral Asymmetries, Language, Tool Use, and Intellect Authors: John Bradshaw and Lesley Rogers On the cutting edge of neuropsychology and cognitive science, this book investigates lateral asymmetries in the human brain and contrasts these with asymmetries in primates as well as invertebrates, primitive vertebrates, birds, and other by: The Evolution of Lateral Asymmetries, Language, Tool Use, and Intellect By John Bradshaw and Lesley Rogers.

San Diego, CA: Academic Press, pp. Cloth, $ Out of Australia In reviewing this book Language is only fair that I should immediately declare my hand: My own book, The Lopsided Ape (Corballis, ), covers very much the same ground.

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