This book deals with brain mechanisms in human communicative behaviour, from a broadly biological point of view. Particular attention is paid to the control mechanisms of the oral, manual, and brachial movements which form the basics of our communication systems, and the way in which these interface with auditory and visual systems. Individual differences in brain organization for communications are also reviewed, including those related to hand preference and sex. The emphasis throughout is on how such findings contribute to understanding normal brain mechanisms.

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