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    1. Rotman, Y; Bar-Yosef, O; Nelken, I
      Relating cluster and population responses to natural sounds and tonal stimuli in cat primary auditory cortex

      HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Poeppel, D
      Pure word deafness and the bilateral processing of the speech code

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    3. Hauser, MD; Akre, K
      Asymmetries in the timing of facial and vocal expressions by rhesus monkeys: implications for hemispheric specialization

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    4. Habib, M; Joanette, Y; Lecours, AR
      The human brain and the origins of language

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    5. Le Prell, CG; Moody, DB
      Factors influencing the salience of temporal cues in the discrimination ofsynthetic Japanese monkey (Macaca fuscata) coo calls

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-ANIMAL BEHAVIOR PROCESSES
    6. Hefti, BJ; Smith, PH
      Anatomy, physiology, and synaptic responses of rat layer V auditory cortical cells and effects of intracellular GABA(A) blockade

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Galazyuk, AV; Llano, D; Feng, AS
      Temporal dynamics of acoustic stimuli enhance amplitude tuning of inferiorcolliculus neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Hain, TC; Burnett, TA; Kiran, S; Larson, CR; Singh, S; Kenney, MK
      Instructing subjects to make a voluntary response reveals the presence of two components to the audio-vocal reflex

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Hopkins, WD; Pilcher, DL; MacGregor, L
      Sylvian fissure asymmetries in nonhuman primates revisited: A comparative MRI study

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    10. Joseph, R
      The evolution of sex differences in language, sexuality, and visual-spatial skills

      ARCHIVES OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR
    11. Ghazanfar, AA; Hauser, MD
      The neuroethology of primate vocal communication: substrates for the evolution of speech

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    12. Liegeois-Chauvel, C; de Graaf, JB; Laguitton, V; Chauvel, P
      Specialization of left auditory cortex for speech perception in man depends on temporal coding

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    13. Cowell, PE; Fitch, RH; Denenberg, VH
      Laterality in animals: Relevance to schizophrenia

      SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN
    14. VERMEIRE BA; HAMILTON CR; ERDMANN AL
      RIGHT-HEMISPHERIC SUPERIORITY IN SPLIT-BRAIN MONKEYS FOR LEARNING ANDREMEMBERING FACIAL DISCRIMINATIONS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    15. DEPY D; FAGOT J; VAUCLAIR J
      COMPARATIVE-ASSESSMENT OF DISTANCE PROCESSING AND HEMISPHERIC-SPECIALIZATION IN HUMANS AND BABOONS (PAPIO-PAPIO)

      Brain and cognition
    16. Steele, J
      Cerebral asymmetry, cognitive laterality, and human evolution

      CAHIERS DE PSYCHOLOGIE COGNITIVE-CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY OF COGNITION
    17. Crow, TJ
      Why cerebral asymmetry is the key to the origin of Homo sapiens: How to find the gene or eliminate the theory

      CAHIERS DE PSYCHOLOGIE COGNITIVE-CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY OF COGNITION
    18. DECHARMS RC; BLAKE DT; MERZENICH MM
      OPTIMIZING SOUND FEATURES FOR CORTICAL-NEURONS

      Science
    19. VERMEIRE BA; HAMILTON CR
      INVERSION EFFECT FOR FACES IN SPLIT-BRAIN MONKEYS

      Neuropsychologia
    20. Hook-Costigan, MA; Rogers, LJ
      Lateralized use of the mouth in production of vocalizations by marmosets

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    21. YETERIAN EH; PANDYA DN
      CORTICOSTRIATAL CONNECTIONS OF THE SUPERIOR TEMPORAL REGION IN RHESUS-MONKEYS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    22. HAUSER MD; AGNETTA B; PEREZ C
      ORIENTING ASYMMETRIES IN RHESUS-MONKEYS - THE EFFECT OF TIME-DOMAIN CHANGES ON ACOUSTIC PERCEPTION

      Animal behaviour
    23. LEPRELL CG; MOODY DB
      PERCEPTUAL SALIENCE OF ACOUSTIC FEATURES OF JAPANESE MONKEY COO CALLS

      Journal of comparative psychology
    24. BRAUN S; SCHEICH H
      INFLUENCE OF EXPERIENCE ON THE REPRESENTATION OF THE MOTHERING CALL IN FRONTOPARIETAL AND AUDITORY-CORTEX OF PUPS OF THE RODENT OCTODON-DEGUS - FDG MAPPING

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    25. FAGOT J; DERUELLE C
      PROCESSING OF GLOBAL AND LOCAL VISUAL INFORMATION AND HEMISPHERIC-SPECIALIZATION IN HUMANS (HOMO-SAPIENS) AND BABOONS (PAPIO-PAPIO)

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    26. HOPKINS WD
      HEMISPHERIC-SPECIALIZATION FOR LOCAL AND GLOBAL PROCESSING OF HIERARCHICAL VISUAL-STIMULI IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN-TROGLODYTES)

      Neuropsychologia
    27. DAY LB; MACNEILAGE PF
      POSTURAL ASYMMETRIES AND LANGUAGE LATERALIZATION IN HUMANS (HOMO-SAPIENS)

      Journal of comparative psychology
    28. LEWICKI MS; ARTHUR BJ
      HIERARCHICAL ORGANIZATION OF AUDITORY TEMPORAL CONTEXT-SENSITIVITY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    29. COLOMBO M; RODMAN HR; GROSS CG
      THE EFFECTS OF SUPERIOR TEMPORAL CORTEX LESIONS ON THE PROCESSING ANDRETENTION OF AUDITORY INFORMATION IN MONKEYS (CEBUS-APELLA)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    30. MULLER RA
      INNATENESS, AUTONOMY, UNIVERSALITY - NEUROBIOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO LANGUAGE

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    31. HOPKINS WD; DEWAAL FBM
      BEHAVIORAL LATERALITY IN CAPTIVE BONOBOS (PAN-PANISCUS) - REPLICATIONAND EXTENSION

      International journal of primatology
    32. HAUSER MD; WOLFE ND
      HUMAN LANGUAGE - ARE THERE NO NONHUMAN PRECURSORS

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    33. LEWICKI MS; KONISHI M
      MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE SENSITIVITY OF SONGBIRD FOREBRAIN NEURONS TO TEMPORAL-ORDER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    34. STEINSCHNEIDER M; RESER D; SCHROEDER CE; AREZZO JC
      TONOTOPIC ORGANIZATION OF RESPONSES REFLECTING STOP CONSONANT PLACE OF ARTICULATION IN PRIMARY AUDITORY-CORTEX (AL) OF THE MONKEY

      Brain research
    35. HOPKINS WD; WASHBURN DA
      DO RIGHT-HANDED AND LEFT-HANDED MONKEYS DIFFER ON COGNITIVE MEASURES

      Behavioral neuroscience
    36. OWREN MJ; CASALE TM
      VARIATIONS IN FUNDAMENTAL-FREQUENCY PEAK POSITION IN JAPANESE MACAQUE(MACAQUE FUSCATA) COO CALLS

      Journal of comparative psychology
    37. NELKEN I; PRUT Y; VADDIA E; ABELES M
      POPULATION RESPONSES TO MULTIFREQUENCY SOUNDS IN THE CAT AUDITORY-CORTEX - 4-TONE COMPLEXES

      Hearing research
    38. NELKEN I; PRUT Y; VAADIA E; ABELES M
      IN SEARCH OF THE BEST STIMULUS - AN OPTIMIZATION PROCEDURE FOR FINDING EFFICIENT STIMULI IN THE CAT AUDITORY-CORTEX

      Hearing research
    39. HAUSER MD; ANDERSSON K
      LEFT-HEMISPHERE DOMINANCE FOR PROCESSING VOCALIZATIONS IN ADULT, BUT NOT INFANT, RHESUS-MONKEYS - FIELD EXPERIMENTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    40. KANWAL JS; MATSUMURA S; OHLEMILLER K; SUGA N
      ANALYSIS OF ACOUSTIC ELEMENTS AND SYNTAX IN COMMUNICATION SOUNDS EMITTED BY MOUSTACHED BATS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    41. AITKIN L; PARK V
      AUDITION AND THE AUDITORY PATHWAY OF A VOCAL NEW-WORLD PRIMATE, THE COMMON MARMOSET

      Progress in neurobiology
    42. TOVEE MJ; COHENTOVEE EM
      THE NEURAL SUBSTRATES OF FACE PROCESSING MODELS - A REVIEW

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    43. HAUSER MD
      RIGHT-HEMISPHERE DOMINANCE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FACIAL EXPRESSION INMONKEYS

      Science


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