This publication takes a comparative and integrative method of lateralization in a variety of vertebrate species, together with people, and highlights version platforms that experience proved beneficial in elucidating the functionality, explanations, improvement, and evolution of lateralization. the amount is prepared in 4 elements, starting with the evolution of lateralization, relocating to its improvement, cognitive dimensions, and eventually its function in reminiscence. specialists in lateralization in decrease vertebrates, birds, nonprimate mammals, and primates have contributed chapters within which they speak about their very own examine and view its implications to people.
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