Creative solution to an old problem

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (2):211-212 (2003)
Abstract
Corballis presents a plausible evolutionary mechanism to explain the tight linkage between cerebral lateralization for language and for handedness in humans. This argument may be bolstered by invoking Stokoe's notion of semantic phonology to explain the role of Broca's area in grammatical functions.
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