Handedness in gestural and manipulative actions in male hunter-gatherer Aka pygmies from Central African Republic.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES All human populations display a right-biased handedness. Nonetheless, if studies on western populations are plenty, investigations of traditional populations living at subsistence levels are rare. Yet, understanding the geographical variation of phenotypes of handedness is crucial for testing evolutionary hypotheses. We aimed to provide a… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.23435

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