Personality of Chimpanzees Linked to Anatomy of Brain Structure

Posted On October 1, 2015
Categories LRC News

In a recent NeuroImage Journal article, LRC Researchers Rob Latzman, Bill Hopkins and their collaborators report that both gray-matter volumes of various frontal cortex regions and gray-matter volume asymmetries (larger right versus left or vice versa) are associated with various personality traits. The results suggest the frontal cortex and asymmetries in this region of the brain play an important role in the neurobiological foundation of broad personality traits.

For full story, see: http://news.gsu.edu/2015/09/28/personality-chimpanzees-linked-anatomy-brain-structure-neuroscience-study-finds/