Primate   Handedness and
Brain   Lateralization
     Research   
by M.K. Holder, Ph.D.



Karibu - Welcome. If you care to look over my shoulder while I am working you can:

Brain Stuff Find out what Handedness has to do with
Brain Lateralization,
and who cares,

Handedness Questionnaire Participate in on-going research on
Human Handedness,

African Primates See and hear several species of
African monkeys and apes on
The African Primates at Home Home Page,

East Africa Have a look at some East African Fieldsites
where I do research,

Mk's Shamba Explore Mk's InfoSafari Shamba,

Famous Left-Handers Check out a list of Famous Left-Handers  updated
  Available en Français | en Español | in Pig Latin

gauche! Left-Handers in Society Get it straight from the source:
gauche! Left-Handers in Society
 updatedJAN 2000
  A resource for parents, educators, physicians & employers

off-ramps Take one of the InfoBahn Off-Ramps to:
Sites Neurological
Africa-Related Sights
Tropical Wildlife Conservation
Non-Human Primates
Other Beasties
What to Pack for the 21st Century
Dial 911
Horizon Expander

and...
k u d o s P e e p  k u d o s
a.k.a. many happy returns

These pages have been accessed over 2 million times by people from 164 countries, and over 1000 different U.S. educational institutions. Complete index to Mk's websites found here.


Out & About:

(new) Visit the Handedness Research Institute

(cool.) Read MK's guest column in the December '96 issue of Internet Underground magazine

[updated] Lariam (mefloquine) Info for tropical travelers

Read MK's Scientific American "Ask the Experts" online contribution.


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