The Hand: How Its Use Shapes the Brain, Language, and Human Culture Character Descriptions

Frank R. Wilson
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Frank R. Wilson - The author of The Hand: How Its Use Shapes the Brain, Language, and Human Culture.

Lucy - The name given to an example of an Australopithecine who is among the first southern apes to walk upright in Africa.

Sherwood Washburn - An anthropologist whose thesis on Darwinism demonstrates significant work on brain and musculoskeletal systems.

Robin Dunbar - A professor of biology from the University of Liverpool who develops a study that relates neocortex size to brain growth, language, and intelligence.

Merlin Donald - 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.

Henry Plotkin - A London professor of psychobiology who proposes a theory of intelligence as secondary heuristic.

Robertson Davies - A distinguished Canadian novelist who claims the hand speaks to the brain as surely...

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