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In a separate study , published in the same issue of Behavioral Neuroscience, supports Dr. Hopkins ‘ team confirmed their findings about asymmetry through that the structure of the brain of chimpanzees is similar to the structure of the human brain is with MRI. Scans of brains chimps, the researchers discovered asymmetries in each hemisphere, thatc previously thought limited to humans. ‘For years, researchers thought asymmetry is part of what is in front of the human brain, that of chimpanzees, but our results challenge that theory,’said Dr. Hopkins.

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