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Contents: Preface. Part I: Introduction to Cerebral Asymmetries. Are Brain Symmetries a Common Misconception? Are Cerebral Asymmetries Unique to the Human Species? Two Brains, Two Cognitive Styles? Part II: Clinical Evidence for Cerebral Asymmetries. What Do Neuropsychological Disorders Reveal About Brain Asymmetries? Are Split-Brain Patients Truly Divided in Cognitive Functioning? Is There Convincing Evidence for Cerebral Asymmetries in the Clinical Pathologies and Developmental Disabilities? Part III: Evidence for Cerebral Asymmetries in Normal Subjects. How Are Asymmetries Studied in the Normal Brain? Are There Gender Differences in Brain Lateralization? Are There Handedness Differences in Brain Lateralization? Are There Developmental Differences in Brain Lateralization? Part IV: New Approaches to and Concluding Comments on Cerebral Asymmetries. What New Techniques Will Be Used in Studying Cerebral Asymmetries?