Cerebral lateralization as a source of interindividual differences in behavior

@article{Carlson1989CerebralLA,
  title={Cerebral lateralization as a source of interindividual differences in behavior},
  author={Jeffrey N. Carlson and Stanley D. Glick},
  journal={Experientia},
  year={1989},
  volume={45},
  pages={788-798}
}
Cerebral laterality can no longer be considered an exclusively human trait, as over the last 15 years there has been an emergence of data to suggest that animal brains are also lateralized. Morphologic, chemical and behavioral indices of brain asymmetry in the rodent have been reported, and it is suggested that variations in the magnitude and direction of… CONTINUE READING