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behavioral symmetry and reverse asymmetry in the chick and rat

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 September 2005

victor h. denenberg
Affiliation:
biobehavioral graduate degree program and department of psychology, university of connecticut, storrs, ct and biochemistry, university of washington, seattle, wa denenberg@mac.com

Abstract

chicks reared in the absence of light and rat pups reared without extra stimulation fail to exhibit behavioral laterality, implying that a threshold amount of environmental stimulation is necessary for the brain to follow an asymmetry pathway. reverse asymmetry has been reported in the chick, but not the rat, though a sex difference resembling reverse asymmetry has been found in the rat.

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2005 cambridge university press

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