Frank R. Wilson
The author of The Hand: How Its Use Shapes the Brain, Language, and Human Culture.
The name given to an example of an Australopithecine who is among the first southern apes to walk upright in Africa.
An anthropologist whose thesis on Darwinism demonstrates significant work on brain and musculoskeletal systems.
A professor of biology from the University of Liverpool who develops a study that relates neocortex size to brain growth, language, and intelligence.
A Canadian professor of psychology who proposes a theory of cultural and cognitive evolution that demonstrates that the human brain develops in a three-stage process.
A London professor of psychobiology who proposes a theory of intelligence as secondary heuristic.
A distinguished Canadian novelist who claims the hand speaks to the brain as surely as the brain speaks to the hand.
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