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fMRI approaches??

KRGIBSON krgibson at aol.com
Tue Jun 13 23:45:29 EST 1995

As an anthropologist interested in the evolution of the brain, I have
always been dismayed by the failure of neurologists to attend to
tool-using activities, even though these are among the behaviors in which
humans clearly excel apes.  Constructional activities would also be of
interest - e.g. simple things like building structures of tinker toys and
complex stacking of blocks.  All humans children given these toys use them
constructively.  Most apes and monkeys do not.  What part of the brain
mediates these activities.

Kathleen Gibson - 

If you are interested contact me - kgibson at bite.db.uth.tmc.edu

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