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Human language tends to be associated with circuitry in the left cerebral hemisphere, regardless of individual hand dominance. This may have resulted from the coevolution of language and dexterous manipulation, specifically the use of the dominant hand to direct forces and point to objects in the environment. Asymmetric manipulation of physical objects(More)
Contralateral central nervous control may be an evolutionary consequence of dependence on the image-forming eye, especially in large organisms. As a result of the topological transformation of the visual stimulus in the pupillary eye, the external environmental hemispace impinges directly upon the contralateral internal organismal hemispace. Selective(More)
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