Denice Brown

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Bryden, McManus, and Bulman-Fleming's (1994) meta-analysis of studies examining the Geschwind-Behan-Galaburda hypothesis indicates that the original data set supports the hypothesis significantly more than the body of replication attempts. We present data on 2256 subjects that clearly fail to support the hypothesis and describe practical and statistical(More)
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