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� FORUM � Genetic Factors and Normal Variation in the Organization of Language

By Thomas G. Bever

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In this essay we present two themes. The first is a factual review of the behavioral and neurological differences in language and cognition between people with and without familial left handedness: These differences begin to justify the claim that there is a continuum of how language and cognition are represented in the brain

Year: 2013
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