Early primate brains: Facts and fiction*

@inproceedings{Radinsky1977EarlyPB,
  title={Early primate brains: Facts and fiction*},
  author={Leonard B. Radinsky},
  year={1977}
}
It has been stated that brains were relatively smaller in all families of Paleocene primates than in later primates, but there have been no published estimates of brain size for any Paleocene primate. It has yet to be demonstrated that relative size of face vs . braincase (which can be estimated for two or three genera of Paleocene primates), is a valid indicator of relative brain size. It has been suggested that the brain of Plesiadapis , the only Paleocene primate for which a relatively… CONTINUE READING

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