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Lesley J. Rogers

Author of Sexing the Brain

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Lesley J. Rogers ia an emerit professor of neuroscience and animal behavior at the University of New England in Australia. She discovered lateralization in the chick forebrain when lateralization was still thought to be a unique feature of the human brain. With Giorgio Vallortigara she discovered the first evidence of functional brain asymmetry in fishes and amphibians. [from Evolution of Your Body (2015)]
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