Symmetry and human spatial cognition: An alternative perspective

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (3):418-418 (2002)
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Abstract

Wynn's thesis that the acquisition of the rules of symmetry comprised the formative factor in the evolution of human spatial cognition is questioned on several grounds, including the ubiquity of symmetry across species and the apparent hard-wired nature of its evolution in both humans and animals.

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