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Survival with an asymmetrical brain: advantages and disadvantages of cerebral lateralization
G Vallortigara, L Rogers
Behavioral and brain sciences, 2005
12362005
Advantages of having a lateralized brain
LJ Rogers, P Zucca, G Vallortigara
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
7012004
Divided brains: the biology and behaviour of brain asymmetries
LJ Rogers, G Vallortigara, RJ Andrew
Cambridge University Press, 2013
6462013
The origins of cerebral asymmetry: a review of evidence of behavioural and brain lateralization in fishes, reptiles and amphibians
A Bisazza, LJ Rogers, G Vallortigara
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 22 (3), 411-426, 1998
5871998
Origins of the left & right brain
PF MacNeilage, LJ Rogers, G Vallortigara
Scientific American 301 (1), 60-67, 2009
5762009
Possible evolutionary origins of cognitive brain lateralization
G Vallortigara, LJ Rogers, A Bisazza
Brain Research Reviews 30 (2), 164-175, 1999
4661999
The evolution of brain lateralization: a game-theoretical analysis of population structure
S Ghirlanda, G Vallortigara
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
4032004
Comparative neuropsychology of the dual brain: a stroll through animals' left and right perceptual worlds
G Vallortigara
Brain and language 73 (2), 189-219, 2000
3982000
Number-space mapping in the newborn chick resembles humans’ mental number line
R Rugani, G Vallortigara, K Priftis, L Regolin
Science 347 (6221), 534-536, 2015
3902015
Visually inexperienced chicks exhibit spontaneous preference for biological motion patterns
G Vallortigara, L Regolin, F Marconato
PLoS biology 3 (7), e208, 2005
3822005
Geometric modules in animals' spatial representations: a test with chicks (Gallus gallus domesticus).
G Vallortigara, M Zanforlin, G Pasti
Journal of Comparative Psychology 104 (3), 248, 1990
3551990
Asymmetric tail-wagging responses by dogs to different emotive stimuli
A Quaranta, M Siniscalchi, G Vallortigara
Current Biology 17 (6), R199-R201, 2007
3202007
Population lateralisation and social behaviour: a study with 16 species of fish
A Bisazza, C Cantalupo, M Capocchiano, G Vallortigara
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 5 (3), 269-284, 2000
3162000
Left–right asymmetries of behaviour and nervous system in invertebrates
E Frasnelli, G Vallortigara, LJ Rogers
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 36 (4), 1273-1291, 2012
3142012
Modularity and spatial reorientation in a simple mind: Encoding of geometric and nongeometric properties of a spatial environment by fish
VA Sovrano, A Bisazza, G Vallortigara
Cognition 85 (2), B51-B59, 2002
3102002
Lateralisation of predator avoidance responses in three species of toads
G Lippolis, A Bisazza, LJ Rogers, G Vallortigara
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 7 (2), 163-183, 2002
2752002
The evolutionary psychology of left and right: costs and benefits of lateralization
G Vallortigara
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2006
2642006
Arithmetic in newborn chicks
R Rugani, L Fontanari, E Simoni, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1666), 2451-2460, 2009
2602009
Lateralization of response by chicks to change in a model partner
G Vallortigara, RJ Andrew
Animal Behaviour 41 (2), 187-194, 1991
2491991
Perception of partly occluded objects by young chicks
L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Perception & psychophysics 57, 971-976, 1995
2451995
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