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Behavioral lateralization in vertebrates : two sides of the same coin

Author: Davide Csermely; Lucia Regolin
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
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Functional lateralization in the human brain was first identified in the classic observations by Broca in the 19th century. Only one hundred years later, however, research on this topic began anew, discovering that humans share brain lateralization not only with other mammals, but with other vertebrates and even invertebrates. Studies on lateralization have also received considerable attention in recent years due to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Davide Csermely; Lucia Regolin
ISBN: 9783642302039 3642302033
OCLC Number: 801809587
Description: 1 online resource : ill.
Contents: Introduction / Davide Csermely --
The Effect of Sex and Early Environment on the Lateralization of the Rainbowfish Melanotaenia duboulayi / Anne-Laurence Bibost, Erin Kydd and Culum Brown --
Lateralization in Lizards: Evidence of Presence in Several Contexts / Beatrice Bonati and Davide Csermely --
Advantages of a Lateralised Brain for Reasoning About the Social World in Chicks / Lucia Regolin, Jonathan N. Daisley, Orsola Rosa Salva and Giorgio Vallortigara --
Avian Visual Pseudoneglect: The Effect of Age and Sex on Visuospatial Side Biases / Christiane Wilzeck and Debbie M. Kelly --
Lateralised Social Learning in Chicks / Orsola Rosa Salva, Lucia Regolin and Giorgio Vallortigara --
Organisational and Activational Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Testosterone on Lateralisation in the Domestic Chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) / Bernd J. Riedstra, Kristina A. Pfannkuche and Antonius G.G. Groothuis --
Navigating Through an Asymmetrical Brain: Lateralisation and Homing in Pigeon / Tommaso Pecchia, Anna Gagliardo, Caterina Filannino, Paolo Ioalè and Giorgio Vallortigara --
The Right Hand Man: Manual Laterality and Language / Gillian S. Forrester and Caterina Quaresmini.
Responsibility: Davide Csermely, Lucia Regolin, editors.
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This book explores the emergence and adaptive function of lateralization in a wide range of vertebrate taxa, from its effects on fishes, to lizard behavior, to social learning in chicks, to manual  Read more...

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