CARTA: Uniquely-Human Features of the Brain: William Hopkins - Evolution of Behavioral and Brain Asymmetries in Primates

12/16/2011; 21 minutes

William Hopkins, Professor of Psychology at Agnes Scott College and research scientist at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center, uses in vivo imaging technologies to assess hemispheric specialization. He talks about handedness in non-human primates as it relates to the evolution of coordination and manual gestures. (#23227)

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