In all species, late-generated structures--including the executive brain--have grown the largest, Finlay's team asserted in the April 2001 Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
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BBS stands for Behavioral and Brain Sciences
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In a paper scheduled for an upcoming BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES, Robert P.
He describes his views in the December 1990 BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES (with sometimes heated responses from more than 30 cognitive scientists) and in his book The Rediscovery of the Mind (1992, MIT Press).
Similar types of preferences in orienting the head and limbs, among ancient nonhuman primates may have promoted handedness in later primates, including humans, suggest Michel and Harkins in the June 1987 BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES -- a notion welcomed by MacNeilage and his collaborators.