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Cerebral Dominance

The Biological Foundations

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$45.00 • £36.95 • €40.50

ISBN 9780674106598

Publication Date: 10/15/1988

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243 pages

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    • 1. Historical Introduction [Norman Geschwind]
  • I. Brain Asymmetry in Humans
    • 2. Anatomical Asymmetries [Albert M. Galaburda]
    • 3. Radiological, Developmental, and Fossil Asymmetries [Marjorie LeMay]
    • 4. A Dendritic Correlate of Human Speech [Arnold B. Scheibel]
    • 5. Brain Electrical Activity Mapping [Frank H. Duffy, Gloria B. McAnulty, and Steven C. Schachter]
    • 6. Asymmetrical Lesions in Dyslexia [Thomas L. Kemper]
  • II. Brain Asymmetry in Other Species
    • 7. Learning, Forgetting, and Brain Repair [Fernando Nottebohm]
    • 8. Behavioral Asymmetry [Victor H. Denenberg]
    • 9. Age, Sex, and Environmental Influences [Marian Cleeves Diamond]
    • 10. Functional and Neurochemical Asymmetries [Stanley D. Glick and Raymond M. Shapiro]
    • 11. Lateralization of Neuroendocrine Control [Ida Gerendai]
    • 12. Experimental Modification of Gyral Patterns [Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic and Pasko Rakic]
  • III. Biological Associations of Laterality
    • 13. Twinning, Handedness, and the Biology of Symmetry [Charles E. Boklage]
    • 14. Laterality, Hormones, and Immunity [Norman Geschwind and Peter O. Behan]
  • Contributors
  • Index

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