Peter Griffin posted in brain asymmetry • mirror twins • University of Auckland on October 8th, 2008.
University of Auckland researchers are seeking identical and non-identical twins for a study of brain asymmetry and the genetics of being right or left handed. About 25% of identical twins are ‘mirror twins’, or twins with opposite handedness. The study will map brain structure and function in volunteers to try to determine if different handedness […]
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